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        Elements. Book 1-6. Latin and Greek] Eukleidou Stoicheio Biblia [13] (first four words in Greek characters). Elementorum Euclidis libri tredecim. Secundum vetera exemplaria restituti. Ex versione Latina Federici Commandini aliquam multis in locis castigata [edited by Henry Briggs].

      Excudebat Gulielmus Iones 1620 - woodcut ornament on title, woodcut initials and tailpieces, Greek and Latin in parallel columns, 2 sidenotes shaved, a little mild damp-staining at the beginning, a few leaves slightly browned, pp. [iv, inclding initial blank], 254, [2, blank], folio, contemporary calf, blind ruled borders on sides, with a pair of double rules near the spine, hatching in top and bottom compartments, dark blue edges, rather rubbed, corners (especially top front) worn, crack at foot of upper joint and top of lower one, contemporary signature of front fly-leaf of Will. Whitmore, good The first edition of Euclid to be printed in England in either Latin or Greek (having first apeared in Billingsley’s translation Elements of Geometrie, 1570, with Dee’s famous Preface). It was edited by Henry Briggs, who in 1619 had been appointed to the professorship of geometry in Oxford, newly established by Henry Savile. ‘Tactfully Briggs began his lecture course where Savile had left off, at the ninth propostion of Euclid’ (DSB). The binding on this copy is quite likely Oxford work, with the hatching at the spine ends, and the double stubs before the fly-leaves. (ESTC )

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        Sylloge Numismatum Elegantiorum, Quae Divers Impp.: Reges, Principes Comites, Respublicae Diversas ob causas ab Anno 1500, ad Annum usque 1600 cudi fecerunt Concinnata & Historia narratione (sed brevi) illustrata. Opera ac Studio Joannis Jacobi Luckii Argentoratensis.

      . (Strasbourg), Author, Argentinae, Typis Peppianis 1620. Folio. 2 leere Bl., 4 Bl., 383 (recte 389) S., 1 Bl., 3 leere Bl. Mit 1 gest. Titelblatt (gestochen von Aubry), 1 Wappenkupfer und mehrere hundert sehr präzise gestochenen Kupferillustrationen (Münzen, Medaillen) im Text. Ldr.d.Zt. mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Brunet III/1217. Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Berieben. Seiten durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Einige Seiten mit Einrissen im Rand. Alter Vorbesitzervermerk auf 1. Blatt. -CHF 1200.00.

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        Anni Regum Edwardi Quinti, Richardi Tertii, Henrici Septimi, et Henrici Octavi [with] notes, letters, & figures en le margent . . . referr' les Cases al Abridgemt del Brooke, & auters liuers del ans [with] les points del Arguments & Cases. S.T.C. 9904

      London: Printed [by A. Islip] for the Companie of Stationers, 1620. Contemporary calf, rubbed, joints just cracking but quite firm, some foxing and light browning, but a good clean copy with occasional early annotations Second of two printings of the only collected year book reports of these four reigns published prior to the Maynard edition, spanning more than a half-century [1483 to 1535], as (in John Baker's words) "the character of the reports began to change

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        Portrait of Giovanni Domenico Peri.

      [France], 1620. - Single sheet, float mounted and framed, (sheet size: 7 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches; framed size: 13 x 11 inches). Extremely fine etched portrait of Giovanni Domenico Peri, showing the threadlines, with the watermark of a winged eagle with three prominent tail feathers (a bit toned, remains of original mounting guard on the verso of the right hand edge). First edition, first and only state. L. 305. M. 433. Also known as "Le Jardinier," or The Gardener, this is a portrait of Giovanni Domenico Peri, the Italian farmer-poet. It shows him at three-quarters profile, facing slightly to the right, and bare-headed. The bust is surrounded by an oval frame topped with a laurel wreath and sitting on a rectangular base. On either side is a cow and agricultural tools above, while at the bottom there is an inkpot emerging from the center of a wagon wheel, with a violin and trumpet on the left, each of these adornments highlighting an aspect of his dual nature as both farmer and man of letters. This portrait is often found after the frontispiece of Peri's poem "Fiesole distrutta." "Giovanni Domenico Peri (c. 1590-1666) is an interesting figure who has not yet been adequately studied. According to seventeenth-century biographical sources, he received a humanist education and at first devoted himself to the arts. He also appears briefly in mid-century as director of a printing and publishing enterprise which produced sixteen titles between 1648 and 1650. This enterprise was financed by Anton Giulio Brignole Sale (1605-1665), a leading Genoese politician and intellectual, but came to an abrupt end in 1650 when Brignole Sale decided to become a Jesuit. The editions were signed with the usual formula: 'Sotto la cura/direzione di Gio. Domenico Peri,' which suggests that Peri's functions in this organization were more managerial than technical. His claim to fame rests on a work on business practices, 'Il negotiante,' of which the first volume appeared in Genoa in 1639 and the second in 1647" (Fahy, "Paper Making in Seventeenth-Century Genoa: The Account of Giovanni Domenico Peri"). Callot "was one of the first great artists to practice the graphic arts exclusively. His innovative series of prints documenting the horrors of war greatly influenced the socially conscious artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. "Callot's career was divided into an Italian period (c. 1609-21) and a Lorraine (France) period (from 1621 until his death). He learned the technique of engraving under Philippe Thomassin in Rome. About 1612 he went to Florence. At that time Medici patronage expended itself almost exclusively in feste, quasi-dramatic pageants, sometimes dealing in allegorical subjects, and Callot was employed to make pictorial records of these mannered, sophisticated entertainments. He succeeded in evolving a naturalistic style while preserving the artificiality of the occasion, organizing a composition as if it were a stage setting and reducing the figures to a tiny scale, each one indicated by the fewest possible strokes. This required a very fine etching technique. His breadth of observation, his lively figure style, and his skill in assembling a large, jostling crowd secured for his etchings a lasting popular influence all over Europe. "Callot also had a genius for caricature and the grotesque. His series of plates of single or dual figures-for example, the Balli di Sfessania ("Dance of Sfessania"), the Caprices of Various Figures, and the Hunchbacks-are witty and picturesque and show a rare eye for factual detail. "With a few exceptions, the subject matter of the etchings of the Lorraine period is less frivolous, and Callot was hardly employed at all by the court at Nancy. He illustrated sacred books, made a series of plates of the Apostles, and visited Paris to etch animated maps of the sieges of La Rochelle and the Île de Ré. In his last great series of etchings, the "small" (1632) and the "large" (1633) The Miseries and Misfortunes of War, he brought his documenta [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Decades du continentes Vitas Theologorum exterorum principum, qui Ecclesiam Christi Superiori seculo propagarunt et propugnarunt. [Bound with:] Vitae Germanorum medicorum qui seculo superiori, et quod excurrit, claverunt: congetae et ad annum usque MDCXX deductae

      Frankfurt: Nikolaus Hoffmann for Jonas Rosa; Johann Georg Geyder for the widow of Jonas Rosa, 1620. First editions. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary vellum (lower portion of binding renewed), with ms. titles on spine. With a cardinal's coat of arms dated 1724 stamped in red on first title. Text browned, but a good solid copy. Biographical Dictionary of Reformation Minds Melchior Adams (c. 1575-1622) was one of the most important biographers of the savants (mostly German, Swiss, and Dutch) of the 16th century, and his meticulously researched biographies are an essential source of our knowledge of the lives of the thinkers of the Reformation -- including theologians, philosophers, jurists, and physicians. The first title, biographies of non-Germanic theologians, with accounts of Calvin, Knox, Cranmer, Whitaker, Beza, et. al.; while the second title, a biographical dictionary of German medical scientists, includes Vesalius, Munster, Gesner, et al.

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        Exotericarum exercitationum liber XV. De subtilitate ad Hieronymum Cardanum

      Typis Wechelianis, apud Danielem & Davidem Aubrios & Clementem Schleichium 1620 grosso vol. in 8°, pp. (12), 1076, (80 di index), bella leg. coeva in p / perg. con alette, cornice impressa a secco ai piatti, nervi e tit. manoscr. in gotico al ds., tagli colorati, molte figg. xilogr. n.t., ottimo esempl. Rara edizione di questa celebre opera in cui l?A (1484 - 1558), grande filologo, filosofo e medico italiano, entra in polemica con le tesi esposte da Gerolamo Cardano nel De Subtilitate (1551). Si tratta di una sorta di dotto repertorio enciclopedico in cui vengono esaminate e sviluppate diverse nozioni di cosmografia, astronomia, metereologia, medicina, botanica (virtù delle erbe), zoologia, chimica, fisica, geometria, mineralogia (virtù dei minerali, miracoli delle gemme), ecc. con taluni sconfinamenti nel magico e nel miracoloso. Lo Scaligero è ritenuto uno dei più grandi eruditi del periodo umanistico - rinascimentale, un ingegno sempre attento alle nuove dottrine di cui veniva a conoscenza durante i suoi numerosi viaggi., strenuo difensore del più puro aristotelismo. Fu anche messo sotto accusa (1538) per sospetti di eresia, ma venne prosciolto per l?intervento di alcuni giudici suoi amici. Cfr. : Caillet III, 9947 (per la 1^ ediz. del 1557) ; Passigli IV, 1130 - 1131.

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        Petri Scriverii Collectanea veterum tragicorvm, L. Livii Andronici, Q. Enni, Cn. Naevii, M. Pacuvii, L. Attii, aliorumque fragmenta; et circa ipsa notae breves. Quibus accedvnt singvlari libello Castigationes & notae vberiores Gerardi Ioannis Vossii.

      Leiden, Maire 1620.. 2 von insgesamt 3 Teilen in einem Band. 35 Blätter (incl. Titel); 190 Seiten; 1 Blatt; 192 Seiten (recte: 190! Paginierungsfehler: Sprung von Seite 176 auf S. 179 !). Text endet auf S. 191 verso mit "Finis". (17,8 x 12 cm) Kl.8°. Pergamentband der Zeit, über fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen geheftet, mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel, seitlichen Schutzkanten und allseitigem Rotschnitt. Die ehemals vorhandenen Schließbänder fehlen.. Widmungsexemplar von Voss für Elmenhorst², als "Dublette" in Wolfenbüttel ausgeschieden. Breugelmans (Fac et Spera) 1620:2. Der Breugelmanschen Kollation folgend unvollständiges Exemplar, dem einiges an Text in alter Zeit entnommen wurde, wie auch der "gebastelte" Einband zeigt, dennoch durch die Widmung(en) hoch interessant, zeigt es doch das Beziehungsgeflecht der Humanisten ihrer Zeit auf. Im Druck von Schrijver Voss gewid- met, von diesem wiederum handschriftlich auf dem Titelblatt im unteren Rand dem Philologen Gerhard Elmenhorst als kleines Geschenk gewidmet: "Clarissimo & summo viro GEVERHARTO ELMENHORTIO huc munusculu[m] affertus tes- tandi ergo mittet GER. IOAN. VOSSIUS." Es fehlt "2+4", der zweite Titel und die Vorrede des Voss an die wohlwollenden Leser, dann folgt der 192seitige Text ("2a -2m8") des zweiten Teiles, alles weitere, der so nicht bezeichnete dritte Teil (mit den "Testimonia"), wurde entnommen, fehlt aber auch in einigen anderen auf dem Markt angebotenen Exemplaren. Der hintere Deckel wurde aufgeschnitten, verkürzt und wieder an den Rücken montiert. Der vorhandene Buchblock dennoch bemerkenswert stabil, wirkt durch die "Operation" insgesamt leicht aufgequollen. Innen kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. Der Stempel der "Bibliothek zu Wolfenbüttel" verso auf dem Titelblatt und entstempelt. Auch mit anonymen Beiträgen von Hugo Grotius, die er im Gefängnis verfaßte und herausschmuggeln ließ. Nicht in Ter Meulen/ Diermanse, aber hier: https://books.google.de/books?id=OymeBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA301&lpg=PA301&dq=collectanea+1620&source=bl&ots=wVI_wsG3MJ&sig=1pqSo71zmt32c0Cd5jZHaUT3-t4&hl=de&sa=X&ei=dAq1VMStB8L1UtCZg9AN&ved=0CEQQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=collectanea%201620&f=false Hugo Grotius: "A Lifelong Struggle for Peace in Church and State 1583 - 1645", herausgegeben von Henk J.M. Nellen. Siehe auch: "Briefwisseling van Hugo Grotius". Deel 2 (ed. P.C. Molhuysen) bron: Hugo de Groot, Briefwisseling van Hugo Grotius. Deel 2 (ed. P.C. Molhuysen). Martinus Nijhoff, Den Haag 1936 Brief 599, dort die Anmerkungen, besonders Anmerkung 10 ist hier von Interesse. http://www.dbnl.org/tekst/groo001brie02_01/groo001brie02_01_0021.php Anmerkungen: [ ] "Vossius, Gerardus Joannes (1577 - 1649) ... humanist (studeerde geschiedenis te Dordrecht en Leiden, waar h? in 1598 promoveerde); van 1600-1615, rector Lat?nse School (Dordrecht); van 1615-1619, regent (samen met Caspar Barlaeus) Leidse Statencollege (=internaat voor theologiestudenten), werd vervolgens in 1619 wegens remonstrantse voorkeur 2 jaar op non-actief gesteld; vervolgens van 1621-1631, hoogleraar (Romeinse) geschiedenis/retorica Universiteit van Leiden; van 1632-1649, eerste rector en hoogleraar geschiedenis/politica Athenaeum Illustre (Amsterdam), samen met Caspar Barlaeus, die filosofie doceerde aldaar vader van o.a. filoloog Isaac Vossius (1618-1689) van 1602-1606, echtgenoot van: Elisabeth van den Corput vanaf 1607, echtgenoot van: PICA-PPN 316356646 Historien, grammairien et editeur. - Professeur de theologie et d'histoire en Hollande Nicht identisch mit Gerardus Vossius (idn 102508372) und Gerardus Vossius (idn 104366486) Niederla?nd. reformierter Theologe und Prof. fu?r Geschichte" ... Namensvarianten ... Vossius, Io. Gerardus" ex: http://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01324144 [²] "Elmenhorst, Gerhardus (1580 - 1621) Datensatzkennung cnp00477886 Ansetzung Elmenhorst, Gerhardus [NeNKHB] Elmenhorst, Geverhard [GyFmDB] [GyGoGBV] Biographische Daten 1580-1621 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Philologe Tätigkeit criticus Philologe Link http://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp00477886 Letzte Änderung: 2007-02-02 In die Zwischenablage Add to clipboard Quellen Nachgewiesen in [Internat. biogr. Index] Werke Apuleius Madaurensis, Lucius: Opera omnia. - 1621 Apuleius Madaurensis, Lucius: Opera quae exstant omnia. - 1621 Arnobius <Rhetor>: Disputationes adversus gentes. - 1603 Arnobius <Rhetor>: Disputationum adversus gentes libri VII. - 1610 Gennadius <Massiliensis>: Liber de ecclesiasticis dogmatibus .... - 1614 Opuscula, quae reperiri potuerunt omnia. / By B. Proclus., 1618 [ STCN (ppn 115690867) ] Sidonius, Gaius S.: Opera. - 1617 Tabvla. / By Cebes Thebanus., 1618 [ STCN (ppn 059607173) ] Teodulfus: Paraenesis ad Iudices. - 1619 Theodulfus <Aurelianensis>: Paraenesis ad Iudices. - 1619 Namensvarianten Elmenhorst, Gebhard Elmenhorst, Gebhart Elmenhorst, Gerhard Elmenhorst, Geverhart LoC-NA Elmenhorst, Geverhart [LoC-NA] Elmenhorstius, Gebhartus Elmenhorstius, Geverhartus Elmenhorstus, Geverhartus" * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. *

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        The Island of Rhodes "Rhodus

      Greece: Antwerp Hieronymus Verdussen 1620. Copper engraved map from Cotovicus' "De loflycke reyse van Jerusalem ende Syrien."Modern hand colour; Dutch text to verso. The map shows the topography of the island with only the city of Rhodos marked. Good impression; evenly toned; lower margint rimmed to platemark. COTOVICUS JOANNES "Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum et Syriacum," was first published in 1619 , with an edition in Dutch published the following year. "Cotovicus travelled to Syria and the Holy Land in 1598, via Corfu, Zante, Crete, Rhodes and Cyprus... the work contains long descriptions of Crete and Cyprus" (Blackmer). Blackmer /Navari 416; Zacharakis: 1256/849. Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Rhodos

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        Commentari Duo: I, De Inquisitione, Sive ad L, 2.

      1620 - Commentaries on Passages from the Digest Concerning Accusations and Adultery Voltz, Valentin [1534-1581]. Burchard, Georg Adelbert, Notes. Schutz, Jakob, Editor. I. De Inquisitione: Sive ad L. 2. [Paragraph Symbol]. Si Publico Judicio. 5. ff. Ad L. Jul. De Adult. II. In Tit. Digest. Ad Leg. Cornel. De Sicar. &c. Uturque Notis hinc Inde Illustratus: Per Georgium Adelbertum Burchardum. Nunc cum Notis Uberioribus, Summariis, & Indice in Lucem Editus, Cura ac Studio Jacobi Schytzii. Tubingen: Typis Johan-Alexandri Cellii, 1620. [xxiv], 916, [52] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 3-1/4"). Contemporary binding with lapped edges using vellum from choirbook. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, a few small chips to front joint and fore-edges, minor worming to joints. Some toning to text. Early inscription to title page in small hand, indicating ownership by a monastery, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Shelf labels to spine, bookplate to front pastedown, small inkstamp to title page. * Only edition. Based on his dissertation Disputatio de Inquisitione, University of Tubingen, 1576, this work analyzes passages from two titles in Book 48 of Justinian's Digest concerning adultery and accusations. OCLC locates 1 copy in North America (at Princeton University). Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 1:011535Z.

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        1. "Nasturtium Indicum" - 2. "Nasturtium alterum" - 3. "Valeriana greca" - 4. "Papas Americano".

      . kol. Kupferstich v. Emanuel Sweerts, um 1620, 34,2 x 20,8 (H) - Blattgr. 40 x 26,8 cm. Im alten Passepartoutausschnitt minimal nachgedunkelt, verso mit Resten alter Montierung. Mit viel Plattenton gedruckt und in den Farben sehr schön frisch. Das Kolorit ist alt aber wohl nicht zeitgenössisch. WZ: Wappenschild mit Zepter (?). - Ein sehr schönes Blatt.

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        Institutiones Theophilo Antecessore (Graeco Interprete)

      Symptimbus Samvelis Crispini, 1620, Hardcover (Vellum), Book Condition: Poor Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust JacketSize: 8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. 329 pp. Text is in multiple languages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is loose but is not detached. Major water damage to covers and text. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 pounds. Category: Language & Linguistics; Non-English Language::Greek; Non-English Language::Latin; Inventory No: 001260.

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        OPERA OMNIA, MEDICA & CHIRURGICA. In quinque tomos divisa. Francofurti, Typis Hartmanni Palthenij, sumptibus Haeredum D.Zachariæ Palthenij, 1620 - 1650.

      Opera completa in cinque tomi raccolti in tre volumi. Testo latino. Cm.34,2x21,4. Pg.2840 complessive. Legature coeve in piena pelle rigida con spellature ai piatti, listati da un filetto in oro. Tasselli con titoli ai dorsi a sei nervature, che presentano rinforzi cartacei agli scomparti. Tagli spruzzati. Abrasioni agli angoli e ai capitelli. Mancano i fogli di guardia. Interni generalmente bruniti, con minime tarlature e aloni che non inficiano il testo. Nel complesso esemplari robusti e ben saldi. Marche tipografiche ai frontespizi, cartigli e capilettera incisi. Piano dell'Opera (così come compare all'inizio del primo volume): Tomo I: 1. De Constitutione corporis humani. 2. De Sanitatis conservatione ac praecautione. 3. De Morbis, eorum signis, causis, symptomatibus, differentiis ac curatione. Tomo II: 4. De recto praesidiorum artis Medicae usu. 5. De Febrium essentia, causis, differentiis, et dignotione. 6. De Pulsus arte et harmonia. 7. De morbi Gallici natura et curatione. 8. De Morbis haereditariis. Tomo III: 9. De Capitis ac vicinarum partium morbis eorumque curatione. 10. De Pectoris, Pulmonis et Cordis morbis eorumque curatione. 11. De Ventriculi et Intestinorum morbis eorumque curatione. 12. De Iecoris, Splenis, renum et vesicae morbis eorumque curatione. Tomo IV: 13. De Mulierum passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. 14. De virginum et Viduarum passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. 15. De Sterilium et Praegnantium passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. 16. De Puerperarum et Nutricum passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. Tomo V: 17. Consultationes Medicas. 18. Gravissimarum atque difficilium & abditarum rerum Disputationes. magni momenti & usus. 19. Libros duos, de Puerorum educatione, custodia, & providentia: atque de morborum qui ipsis accidunt, curatione. 20. Institutiones Chirurgicas, & quae ad usum & examen eorum, qui luxatoriam exercent artem, spectant: Denique Caput de ossium fractura & curatione continet". In realtà il quinto tomo è diviso in tre parti, ognuna con frontespizio proprio, edite nel 1629 le prime due e nel 1650 l'ultima, ad opera di Wolfgang Endterus. Ludovicus Mercatus (nome latinizzato di Luiz de Mercado) fu un celebre medico spagnolo del XVI secolo (Valladolid, 1520 - 1606), ricoprendo in particolare la carica di medico personale di Filippo II e di Filippo III alla Corte di Spagna.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Mercator / Hondius, "Persici vel sophorum Regni typus".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1620, 35 x 50. Mit zwei altkol. Rollwerkskartuschen. - Restaurierte Wurmlöcher

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        De non necandis ad epulandum animantibus libri IIII. (Graece cum) versione latina, scholiis & praefationibus illustrata par F. de Fogerolles. Lyon, C. Morillon, 1620. 8°. 36 Bll., 464 S., 4 Bll.- Angeb.: Nicephorus, Historia sytomos (graece) ... Breviarium historicum, de rebus gestis ab obitu Mauricii ad Constantinum usque Copronymum. Latine redditum opera D. Petavii. Paris, S. Chappelet 1616. 410 S., 217 S., 1 Bl. (Errata), Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      . . I. Krivatsy 9168 - Vicaire 704 - Schweiger I, 274 - vgl. Bitting 377 u. Bagnasco 1352 (jew. Anm.).- Erste griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe des wohl ersten Werkes über vegetarische Ernährung.- II. De Backer-S. VI, 591, 10. - Erste Ausgabe, griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe.- Geschichte Konstantinopels vom Patriarchen Nikephoros I. (?-828).- Beide Werke gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig od. etw. wasserrandig, insges. schönes Exemplar.# I. First edition with parallel text. Most probably the earliest work on vegetarian nutrition.- Mild dampstaining in places, foxing to few leaves.- II. First edition.- Foxing to title. Contemp. vellum.

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        Norfolk a county florishing and populus descript and devided with the arms of such nobel families as have born the titels Therof

      ca. 1620. Karte zeigt die Province Norfolk, prachtvolle Darstellung der Wappen, Darstellung der Schlacht in Norfolk 1381 und eine Gesamtansicht von Norwich, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 37 x 50. Zustand: Ecke rechts unten fachmänisch ergänzt, kleinere Randrisse hinterlegt

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        Hispaniae veteris descriptio

      Amsterdam ca. 1620. Karte zeigt gesamt Spanien, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 37 x 49. Zustand: Ränder oben und unten Risse hinterlegt

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        1. "Malum punicum" - 2. "Arantia" - 3. "Limones minores" - 4. "Limones maiores".

      . kol. Kupferstich v. Emanuel Sweerts, um 1620, 34,2 x 20,8 (H) - Blattgr. 40 x 26,8 cm. Im alten Passepartoutausschnitt minimal nachgedunkelt, verso mit Resten alter Montierung. Zwei kleine Wurmlöcher im Rand. Mit viel Plattenton gedruckt und in den Farben sehr schön frisch. Das Kolorit ist alt aber wohl nicht zeitgenössisch. WZ: Wappenschild mit Zepter (?). - Ein sehr schönes Blatt.

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        1. Saxifraga cotyledon / Straußsteinbrech. 2. Anacyclus pyrethrum / Römischer Bertram.

      . Kupferstich v. Basilius Besler aus "Hortus Eystettensis", um 1620, 47 x 40 cm. I. Cotyledon minus. II. Pyrethrum officinarum. Copperplate engraving by B. Besler published in "Hortus Eystettensis" ca. 1620. 47 x 40 cm. JPEG pictures upon request.. Dekorative Darstellung des Steinbrechs und des Bertrams. Aus dem Werk über Zierpflanzen des Bischöflichen Gartens in Eichstätt in möglichst naturgetreuer Größendarstellung.- In der Mitte leichte Querfalte. Im Rand restauriert. Ansonsten gut erhalten. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Decorative depiction of 1. Pyramidal saxifrage and 2. Mount Atlas daisy or Spanish chamomile. From the ouevre of ornamental plants of the episcopalian garden of Eichstaett depicted in nearly normal size.- Horizontal fold in the middle. Restored margin. Otherwise in a good condition.

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        Tavrica Chersones vs Hodie Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur.

      Amsterdam 1620 - Fine 17th century map of Ukraine by Blaeu in original outline colour. , Size : 380x500 (mm), 15x19.625 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        Theatro de los Dioses de la Getilidad - primera parte

      Antonia Ramirez, Salamanca 1620 - Rare 1st edition, in vellum binding which is not original but very old; the binder used a leaf which has a portion of a royal seal on the rear free endpaper with the date 1726; also on the obverse of that leaf is written, "Huno emi libry pothuidie Kalendar gbxu 1728 - JR Vn." which I believe is the binder's signature; I may very well not have all the letters right. The spine is inscribed "Teatro de Los Dioses". Vellum is in good condition; an old rip in the rear cover has been sewn shut. Otherwise it is rippled, a little soiled, and darkened on the spine. The endpapers likewise are rippled and creased, and written on by several different people. The text is likewise good; begins with the engraved title page, which has been reinforced on the foreedge and has an old owner's name at the bottom. The first introductory page also has owner's writing. There is no loss of text anywhere, but there are water stains here and there, the worst being a brown stain at the upper right from p. 897 to the end. The final page of the 'Tabla' (table of contents, appearing after the text) has short tears in the foreedge. All text is Spanish. Note: the second volume of this work was published in 1623, and a third (by a different author) in 1688. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        HEROOLOGIA ANGLICA

      1620. [HOLLAND, Henry]. HEROOLOGIA ANGLICA hoc est, clarissimorvm et doctissimorvm aliqovt [sic] Anglorvm, qvi florvervnt ab anno Cristi M.D. vsq[ue] ad presentem annvm M.D.C.XX viuae effigies, vitae et elogia: duobus tomis. Authore H.H. Anglo-Britanno: impensis Crispini Passaei calcographi [sic], et Iansonij bibliopolae Arnhemiensis. [Arnhem : Printed by Jan Jansson at the expenses of Crispijn van de Passe and Jan Jansson for Henry Holland, London, 1620]. Engraved title-plate + 67 engraved portraits/illustrations. The text is entirely in Latin and divided into two parts that are numbered continuously. [10] ff. (incl. title-plate), 240 pp., [1] f. (a plate-list). Small folio, 30 x 19 cm, in a nineteenth- century binding of full, burgundy morocco, with gilt title to spine, a.e.g. This book is comprised of a series of portraits with biographical, descriptive, and, in the case of writers, bibliographical notes compiled by Henry Holland, along with two or three lines of Latin verse, generally by Arnold Buchel. The individuals included all lived during the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary, and Elizabeth, with a special emphasis on reformers and opponents of the Papacy. So Queen Mary is not represented and Lady Jane Grey is. In the first part there are 35 engraved portraits of monarchs, peers, and famous commoners, and 2 subject plates (Elizabeth's Tomb and Prince Henry's Hearse), and in the second part (Tomus secundus) 30 portraits of famous divines. The portraits, engraved by the talented siblings Willem and Magdalena van de Passe, are from contemporary oil paintings and are praised by Hind as "the most trustworthy series of English portraits published up to that time." They are mostly half-lengths or busts in plain oval (with parapet) in rectangle, or merely in plain rectangle. The subjects are identified in the margin or round the oval. All the plates have type-printed text on the back, with four exceptions (Elizabeth's Tomb, Martin Frobisher, John, 2nd Lord Harington, and John Bale). The engraved title-plate features an architectural design with four emblematic figures, child angels supporting a roundel map of England inscribed Angliae brevis descriptio, and a view of London and the Thames in a cartouche at the botto

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        De Boetveerdicheyt des levens, Vervat in vier Boecken. Ende getrouwelijcken verduyts, door Johannes Crucium. Den achtsten druck by den Oversetter selfs ghecorrigeert. Met noch een troostelijc Boecxken vande waare Mercktekenen der kinderen Gods.

      Amsterdam, Cornelis Lodewijck vander Plasse 1620. (portret, gegraveerde titelpagina, 6) 374 (6) folia. Opnieuw gebonden half Perkament, 8° (portret, titelpagina en 8 pagina's voorwerk in kopie, DLV2-T16).

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        Commentari Duo: I, De Inquisitione, Sive ad L, 2

      1620. Commentaries on Passages from the Digest Concerning Accusations and Adultery Voltz, Valentin [1534-1581]. Burchard, Georg Adelbert, Notes. Schutz, Jakob, Editor. I. De Inquisitione: Sive ad L. 2. [Paragraph Symbol]. Si Publico Judicio. 5. ff. Ad L. Jul. De Adult. II. In Tit. Digest. Ad Leg. Cornel. De Sicar. &c. Uturque Notis hinc Inde Illustratus: Per Georgium Adelbertum Burchardum. Nunc cum Notis Uberioribus, Summariis, & Indice in Lucem Editus, Cura ac Studio Jacobi Schytzii. Tubingen: Typis Johan-Alexandri Cellii, 1620. [xxiv], 916, [52] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 3-1/4"). Contemporary binding with lapped edges using vellum from choirbook. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, a few small chips to front joint and fore-edges, minor worming to joints. Some toning to text. Early inscription to title page in small hand, indicating ownership by a monastery, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Shelf labels to spine, bookplate to front pastedown, small inkstamp to title page. * Only edition. Based on his dissertation Disputatio de Inquisitione, University of Tubingen, 1576, this work analyzes passages from two titles in Book 48 of Justinian&#39;s Digest concerning adultery and accusations. OCLC locates 1 copy in North America (at Princeton University). Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 1:011535Z.

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        Acta Synodi Nationalis In nomine Domini nostri Iesu Christi, Authoritate Illustr. et Praepotentum DD. Ordinum Generalium Foederati Belgii Provinciarum, DORDRECHTI Habitae.

      Dordrechti, Isaac Ionnididis Canini 1620. (40) 352, 276, 323 (3) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben, Folio (mooi exemplaar van de originele latijnse editie van de Acta 1618/1619, op het schutblad geplakt een ex-libris en enkele kleine blaadjes uit catalogi.).

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        Zhiyong under smoke tour (of 10) army officers and soldiers fighting spirit and cultural development series(Chinese Edition) XIAO YAN XIA DE ZHI YONG ZHI LV ( GONG 10 CE )/ JUN DUI JI CENG GUAN BING ZHAN DOU JING SHEN WEN HUA PEI YANG XI LIE CONG SHU

      Military Yi Wen Pub. Date :2010-01-01 version 1. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 1620 Publisher: Military Yi Wen Pub. Date :2010-01-01 version 1. Contents: break through the battlefield of the three threshold. wars of the root idea that wonderful day in the support brave soldiers . Xiang Yu. Han Xin who is powerful Do not want the general&#39;s soldiers are not good soldiers. frowned and Total Annihilation on the battlefield. beauty and ugliness. national ideals and beliefs and feelings. social rule of law and fighting spirit. Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Chroniicke Vande Gantsche Werelt, ende sonderlinghe Vande Seventhien Nederlanden

      Antwerp: Hieronymus Verdussen, 1620., 1620. folio. pp. 4 p.l., 1286, [35]index, [1]list of portraits, [1 leaf]. text in double columns. engraved title & 23 engraved portraits (3 not called for in list of portraits & apparently inserted from another source). extra-illustrated with 18 double-page etched & engraved plates by Romeyn de Hooghe. large woodcut printer&#39;s device on recto of last leaf. woodcut tailpiece & 3 initials. 17th century sprinkled calf, gilt back (joints cracked & weak, spine dry & flaking, extremities chipped, some foxing & browning but the plates clean). First Edition of this history of the Dutch Wars of Independence against Hispano-Catholic rule. Four of the engraved portraits (three of which are apparently inserted from another source) were done by Pieter De Jode. This copy is extra-illustrated with 18 fine double-page plates of sieges and battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe: Oestervel, Valenciennes, Gemblours, Tournai, Oudenaarde, Steenberghen, Antwerp, &c. According to the NUC (listed under LEDESMA, citing only the Folger copy), these plates were part of a series apparently intended for a French edition of Strada&#39;s De Bello Belgico, entitled Première [.Troisième.] Partie des Guerres de Flandres; they first appeared with Spanish inscriptions in the 1682 Spanish edition of Strada&#39;s work. Graesse IV 464.. F. Hardcover.

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        Hexapla, that is A Six-Fold Commentarie upon the most Divine Epistle of the holy Apostle S. Paul to the Romanes, wherein according to the Authors former method sixe things are observed in every Chapter. I. The Text with the divers readings. 2. Argument and method. 3. The Questions discussed. 4. Doctrines noted. 5. Controversies handled. 6. Morall uses observed. Wherein are handled the greatest points of Christian Religion, concerning justification by faith, c. 3, 4. the fall of man, c. 5. the combat betweene the flesh and the spirit, c. 7. Election, c, 9. the vocation of the Jewes, c. 11, with many other Questions and Controversies summed in the end of the Table. Divided into two Bookes, the forst unto the 12. Chapter, containing matter of Doctrine, the second beloning to Exhortation, in the five last Chapters.

      Cambridge, Printed for Leonard Greene, by Cantrell Legge 1620. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (6) 746 (20) p. Contemporary Leather boards, rebound ribbed back, Folio (page 3-10 in fascimile, some pages are slightly worn).

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        AGRICVLTVRA GENERAL QVE TRATA DE LA LABRANZA DEL CAMPO

      Viuda de Alonso Martin. Domingo Gonçalez.Madrid. 1620. 28X22. 10h+268f. Folio 265 facsimilado. Pergamino. Variedad de tratados en la misma Obra. Extremadamente Rara. Ref 7.3 Biblioteca A.

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        t'Groot Recht-ghevoelende Christen Martelaers-Boeck: ghenoechsaem vervatende Een Kerckelijcke Historie van den Opgangh, Voortgangh, en Ondergangh der Vervolgingen. Ende tussche beyden int' Eerste Deel De Exempelen der vromer Martelaren, als oock eeniger voorneemster Cofessoren en Reformateuren. Uit welcker belydenisse, teges die van het Pausdom, blijckt, de personele successie onser Gereformeerde Christelycke Religie. Ende daer naer, De Rechtveerdige oordeele Gods over de Tyranne die Gods Kercke vervolght hebben. Ende ten Laetsten, Hoe verde de Staet der Kercke Christi, in Leere, Ceremonien, en Leven, vande geboorte onses Salichmakers af, van Eeuwe tot Eeuwe, tot het Jaer 1520. toe, vervallen is. Alles uit de H. Out-Vaders en getrouwe Kerckelijcke Historie-schrijvers by een vergadert, en in order gestelt.

      Dordrecht, Isaack Jansz. Canin, en te Amsterdam, Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburgh 1620. "(gegraveerde titelpagina, 12) 632 (46) folia. Origineel Perkament met ribben en sloten, groot Folio (Voorin vernieuwd schutblad, vernieuwde sloten, verder een zeer fraai exemplaar met houtgravures in de tekst. Zeldzaam protestants Martelarenboek met een Opdracht aan de Staten-Generaal en Prins Maurits, geschreven door de predikant Abraham Mellinus, 1581-1622, hij was ""anti-papist"" en contra-remonstrant. Zie het uitgebreide artikel over hem en dit werk in: Een kerk in de Hoekse Waard, Sint Anthoniepolder, p. 307 vv. door ds. L.H. Oosten e.a.. SGT- M191/NNBW 7,858)".

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        Annales Sacri et Ex Profanis praecipui, Ab Orbe Condito Ad Eumdem Christi Passione Redemptum: Auctore Augustino Torniello Congregationis S.Pauli Clerico Regulari: Ab Eodem Quarta Hac Editione Recogniti, et Sexcentis Locis Aucti et Locupletati. Tomus II.

      Ex Officina Plantiniana, Antverpiae (Antwerp) 1620 - This is volume II only: this volume is from Agostino Tornielli ( 1543-1622), who wrote an important biblical chronology. The book has a beautiful title page in the portico style with elaborate engravings. Many engravings within the text as well as tables and an index.IV, 720, XCII pp. The paper is iin an excellent state of conservation. The book has been rebound with conservation calf leather spine with gilded title and decorations in 17th century style.Extra shipping charges will be assessed for this heavy book .Extra shipping charges will be assessed for this big volume./Volume II seulement de ce in fol. avec papier très bien conservé sauf quelques pages légèrement brunies de cet ouvrage de Agostino Tornielli (1543-1622), dont la chronologie biblique est son oeuvre majeure; elle comporte une dédicace au pape Paul V et comprenant de belles gravures du temple de Salomon. Texte en latin.Magnifiques cul de lampe. Le volume a été relié récemment avec un demi cuir de veau et des dorures dans le style du début XVIIe siècle. Tranchefiles originales conservées. Plats en papier de couleur et coins en vélin. Des frais additionnels seront chargés pour ce gros volume. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GA aus der Vogelschau, mit Darstellung einer Belagerung ( 1596? ), "Hadwan".

      . Sepiazeichnung ( anonym ), um 1620, 12,1 x 15. Dargestellt ist die Stadt Hatvan aus der Vogelschau. Die Stadt ist umgeben von Belagerungstruppen. Mit restaurierten Löchern. - Seltenes, zeitgenössisches Dokument.

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        Kst.- Karte, bei Giovanni Antonnio Magini, "Isola di Sardegna".

      . 1620, 33,5 x 44,7. Ostorientierte Karte. Am oberen rand 2 Kartuschen, am unteren Rand ein Meilenanzeiger und Seeungeheuer.

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        VITE DI PLUTARCO CHERONEO DE GIL HUOMINI ILLUSTRI GRECI ET ROMANI

      Venetia: Marco Ginami, 1620. Later edition n. Hardcover. 229 x 149 mm (9 x 5 7/8"). Two volumes. Translated into Italian by Lodovico Domenichi and Lionardo Ghini. Later edition. EXTREMELY APPEALING CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN CALF, LAVISHLY GILT, covers framed by multiple plain and dotted rules and geometric roll, diapered central panel with slender fleuron in each compartment, flat spines with one elongated panel formed by multiple plain and dotted rules and floral filigree roll and containing three fleurons, holes for ties (now lacking), all edges gilt (apparently--though not certainly--with some very expert repairs to spine ends and edges). WITH 54 ORNATE WOODCUT FRAMES AND TONDO PORTRAITS to accompany each biography, printer&#39;s device on title pages, woodcut decorative initials throughout. Title page of volume II with later ink inscription, "A. Barbet / 374i." Indications of bookplate removal on front pastedowns. Cf. Moss, p. 521. Cf. Schweiger, p. 268. Four leaves with short marginal tears, occasional faint dampstains to head margin, isolated minor smudges and foxing, the text otherwise clean, crisp, and smooth. Joints with minimal rubbing, a couple of small stains to boards, other trivial defects, but THE BINDINGS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, the gilt still bright, and generally with only minor wear. This is an attractive vernacular edition of an enduring classic, in ornately decorated contemporary bindings. The second century Stoic philosopher Plutarch was a key source for Greek and Roman history, and one of Western civilization&#39;s most influential authors. His writing is of lasting interest because he had a particular ability to delineate character and present the vagaries of history in a way that engages as well as instructs. In his celebrated "Lives," he pairs biographies of Greeks with Romans--the tragic Spartan reformers Agis and Cleomenes, for example, with the Roman revolutionary Gracchi brothers--pointing out the parallels and philosophizing on their fall. Under the spell of Platonic philosophy, Plutarch turns his biographies into examples of the right and wrong paths of life. Our volumes comprise a reprint of Lodovico Domenichi&#39;s 1560 Venetian translation of the "Lives" into Italian in two parts, based upon Greek texts examined by Lionardo M. Ghini, and with annotations by Francesco Sansovino. Domenichi (1515-1564) was renowned for his editions and translations of classical authors, including Xenophon, Plutarch, Polybius, and Pliny the Elder. Sansovino (1521-83), son of the sculptor Jacopo, was a scholar printer in Venice. This translation was quite popular, being reprinted at least eight times, but all of these editions are rare, and they would seldom be found as richly bound as ours. Our bindings are sumptuously decorated with much intricate and delicate gilt, and the elaboration is tightly controlled, giving an overall impression almost of being covered with golden lace. While the boards are identically illuminated, the spines are slightly different, probably due in part to the fact that one volume is 1,000 pages thick and the other about half that size. The effect of this variety within an overall similarity is a pleasing consequence of the unusual division.

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        "Historiae augustae scriptores VI. Aeius Spartianus, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Iulius Capitolinus, Trebellius Pollio, Aelius Lampridius, Flavius Vopiscus. Claudius Salmasius ex veteribus libris recensuit, et librum adiecit notarum ac emendationum. Quib. adiunctæ sunt notæ ac emendationes Isaaci Casauboni iam antea editæ."

      Parisiis: [Hieronymus Drouart]. 1620. "Folio, 3 parts in 1, pp. [12], 255, [41] index; 519, [81] index; 258, [22] index; large engraved vignette of a galleon on title-p., title printed in red and black, woodcut ornaments and initials; 18th century mottled calf, double-ruled border on covers, morocco label lettered in gilt on gilt-paneled spine, edges stained red; upper joint starting, but generally a very good, handsome copy. & & First edition of Salmasius&#39; important recension of this collection of the lives of 30 Roman emperors, from Hadrian to Numerian, for which he used a 9th century manuscript written at Fulda and now preserved at Bamberg, a direct copy of the prime source held at the Vatican. Salmasius adds to his own copious notes those of Isaac Casaubon. Salmasius&#39;s notes display ""not only massive erudition but massive good sense as well; his perception of the meaning of his author is commonly very acute and his corrections of the text are frequently highly felicitous"" (EB-11). & & Claude de Saumaise (1588-1653) was a classical scholar who became professor at Leiden in 1631 taking the vacant chair last held by Scaliger. He was widely influential among his contemporaries but is best known for his polemic with Milton prompted by his Defensio regia pro Carolo I of 1649."

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        Praxis Episcopalis, Ea Quae Officium Et Potestatem Episcopi Concernunt Continens. In Qua Varia Summorum Pont. decreta ad usum Ecclesiastici necessaria ex probatis exemplaribus exerpta referentur.,

      Venetiis Petrus Dusinellum, 1620 - 1 weisses Bl., 356 S. 5 nn. Bll. Anleitung für alle Anforderungen des bischhöflichen Dienstes. Nachdruck (2. Auflage?) der Erstausgabe 1613 (ebenfalls Venedig) in wohlerhaltenem breitrandigem Exemplar und dem schönen, typisch venetianischen Druckbild. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 750 4° flexibler Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.

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        AGRICVLTVRA GENERAL QVE TRATA DE LA LABRANZA DEL CAMPO

      Viuda de Alonso Martin. Domingo Gonçalez. Madrid. 1620. 28X22. 10h+268f. Folio 265 facsimilado. Pergamino. Variedad de tratados en la misma Obra. Extremadamente Rara. Ref 7.3 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Chroniicke Vande Gantsche Werelt, ende sonderlinghe Vande Seventhien Nederlanden.

      Antwerp: Hieronymus Verdussen, 1620. - folio. pp. 4 p.l., 1286, [35]index, [1]list of portraits, [1 leaf]. text in double columns. engraved title & 23 engraved portraits (3 not called for in list of portraits & apparently inserted from another source). extra-illustrated with 18 double-page etched & engraved plates by Romeyn de Hooghe. large woodcut printer's device on recto of last leaf. woodcut tailpiece & 3 initials. 17th century sprinkled calf, gilt back (joints cracked & weak, spine dry & flaking, extremities chipped, some foxing & browning but the plates clean). First Edition of this history of the Dutch Wars of Independence against Hispano-Catholic rule. Four of the engraved portraits (three of which are apparently inserted from another source) were done by Pieter De Jode. This copy is extra-illustrated with 18 fine double-page plates of sieges and battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe: Oestervel, Valenciennes, Gemblours, Tournai, Oudenaarde, Steenberghen, Antwerp, &c. According to the NUC (listed under LEDESMA, citing only the Folger copy), these plates were part of a series apparently intended for a French edition of Strada's De Bello Belgico, entitled Première [.Troisième.] Partie des Guerres de Flandres; they first appeared with Spanish inscriptions in the 1682 Spanish edition of Strada's work. Graesse IV 464. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE GEMITU COLOMBAE, sive De Bono Lacrymarum, Libri Tres. Auctore Roberto S.R.E. Card. Bellarmino, e Societate Iesu. Ad ipsam eandem Religionem suam.

      1620 - un volume, reliure janséniste d'époque allemande en plein vélin ivoire parcheminé in-douze (jansenist's binding full vellum duodecimo)(13,2 x 8,2 cm), dos à 3 nerfs (spine with raised band), Superbement décoré à froid (blind-stamping decoration), titre manuscrit à l'encre brune sur le dos (handwritten title on the spine) façon Janséniste, plats ornés d'une scène de "jésus-christ en croix" avec en légende au dessous : "sanguis jesus christi emundat nos et omni peccata" (le sang de jésus-Christ nous purifie de tous nos péchés) estampée à froid dans un encadrement de filets à froid, reliure avec fermoirs de bronze d'époque finement ciselés (manque le fermoir central supérieur), tranches lisses (smooth edges), texte en latin, sans illustrations (no illustration) excepté une marque de l'imprimeur gravée sur bois en noir en bas de la page de titre + bandeaux, lettrine et culs-de-lampes gravés sur bois en noir, X + 444 pages , 1620 Coloniae Agrippinae [Köln] Sumptibus Bernardi Gualtheri Editeur, Théologien de la « science moyenne » et adversaire du gallicanisme, il est resté, pendant longtemps, le théologien jésuite le plus écouté.Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino (francisé en Robert Bellarmin), né à Montepulciano en Toscane le 4 octobre 1542, mort à Rome le 17 septembre 1621, jésuite théologien, apologiste et inquisiteur reconnu comme saint par l'Église catholique.C'est à lui que Clément VII confia l'instruction du procès de Giordano Bruno dont il obtint la condamnation comme hérétique. Au cours des sept années de ce procès qui devait aboutir à la mise à mort de l'accusé brûlé vif en 1600, le cardinal Robert Bellarmin procéda à une vingtaine d'interrogatoires. En 1616, Bellarmin ordonna à Galilée de cesser d'enseigner comme vérité le système héliocentrique de Nicolas Copernic, qui devait rester, selon lui, une simple hypothèse mathématique et non une affirmation philosophique.texte en latin (in Latin language) . publié du Vivant de Saint Bellarmin.superbe reliure illustrée à froid.une rareté.en bon état (good condition).-

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        Ex Optimorum Codicum Fide

      Guihel Janssonium, Amsterdam 1620 - Claudianus, Claudius (375-404) ~ Ex Optimorum Codicum Fide. Amsterdam, Guihel Janssonium, 1620 In-12, 240 pp., maroquin, tranches dorées, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats et le dos. Claudien a vécu au 4ème siècle sous l¿Empereur Honorius. Il passe pour être un des derniers poètes latins qui aient eu quelque pureté dans un siècle grossier, poète héroïque qui a le plus approché Virgile. Ses ¿uvres marquantes sont les invectives contre Ruffin et contre Eutrope, l¿enlèvement de Proserpine et la gigantomachie, le combat des géants contre les dieux, pour la souveraineté du monde. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historie Delle Prosperita Infelici Di Elio Seiano D'Una Femina Di Catanea Gran Sinifcalca di Napoli

      1620 - Vellum spine, bottom of title page is missing, rubbed cover, slightly soiled cover, slightly tanned, rear hinge is detaching, and light shelf wear. DATE PUBLISHED: 1620 EDITION: 152 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Psalmi Magnificum Quatuor Antiphonis Ad Vesperas Octo Vocib. Una cum Basso ad Organum Decantandi. [Cantus Secundi Di Chori and Tenor Secundi Chori parts]

      Rome: Luca Antonio Soldi. 1620. 2 volumes. Small quarto. Contemporary carta rustica wrappers. & Cantus secundi Di Chori: 1f. (r. title, v. dedication to Michaeli Angelo Tonto S.R.E. Cardionali Amplissimo), 3-34 pp. printed music, 1f. (r. Alli Lettori, v. index). & Tenor Secundi Chori: 1f. (r. title, v. dedication), 3- 31 printed music with index to lower portion of p. 31, [i] "Alli Lettori" pp. & Titles printed within woodcut borders with woodcut device. Music printed typographically in diamond-head notation. Decorative woodcut initials throughout. & & With early ownership signature to titles and early manuscript titling to wrappers. & & Wrappers somewhat worn, reinforced at spine, with some worming. Some wear and browning; occasional small stains; edges chipped; some signatures split; several tears repaired; many leaves repaired at inner margins; edges to title of Cantus part torn with minor loss, with some repairs; title and three following leaves to Tenor part with some worming, just affecting text and notation; some additional worming throughout. . First (and only) Edition. Gaspari II, p. 317. RISM T225 (no copies in the U.S. or Great Britain). & & "Tarditi&#146;s most interesting works are those in his collection of 1620. This consists of music for double choir &#150; five psalms and a Magnificat for voices alone and nine psalms, a Magnificat and four Marian antiphons in the concertato style with instrumental accompaniment; together with G.F. Anerio&#146;s Il teatro armonico spirituale (1619), this last-named group of 14 works affords the earliest instance of the use of obbligato instruments in works by Roman composers... Tarditi&#146;s works do not reveal the identification with the content of the text and the representation of emotions which characterize the genuine monodic style: they are at once typical of an age of transition and of the Roman tradition." Klaus Fischer in Grove online

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        Trattato delle piante & immagini de sacri edifizi di Terra Santa.

      Florence, Pietro Cecconcelli, (1619)-1620. - Folio (205 x 295 mm). (8), 65, (1) pp. With engr. title page, large woodcut printer's device on reverse of final f., and 34 double-page-sized etchings by Jacques Callot, printed from 38 plates, with 46 numbered illustrations. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. title "Amico" to spine. All edges red. Second edition, the first to be illustrated by Callot. All etchings are in their first state, with typographical text on the reverse. Colophone dated "M.DC.XIX". The etchings are numbered 1-41 and 43-47. "Mariette parle de cette série dans ses 'Notes Manuscrites' (Paris, Cabinet des Estampes). Ces planches, dit-il, sont gravée d'une manière très ferme et le peu de figures qui s'y rencontrent sont des mieux qu'ait faites Callot" (Lieure). Includes a view and a plan of Jerusalem, views of buildings with many details and ground plans unsurpassed for centuries, according to Tobler. - A good copy with slight foxing to margins. Top spine end slightly bumped; modern endpapers. Loss of upper corner to p. 53 (fig. 41), remargined using the respective page of another copy without illustrations on verso (slight loss to etched border; some gluestaining). Several contemporary marginalia; ms. notes to endpapers; ms. index et the end. Bound first is a large, folding engraved map of the eastern Mediterranean with insets of Palestine and Jerusalem, engraved by Nicolas Sanson: "Iesu Christi Salvatoris Nostri et Apostolorum Petri, et Pauli Mansiones, Itinera, Peregrinationes &c. per Galilaeam, Samariam, Iudaeam; et per Aegyptum, Asiam, Europam" (from: Sanson, Geographia Sacra. Paris, Mariette, 1665). Ms. ownership "Mompre et Moucheron" on reverse. STC 29. Cicognara 3932. Atabey 20. Blackmer 31. Kat. der Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 2782. Pollen I, 24. Fowler 19. Röhricht 837. Tobler 87. Laor 940 & 941. Plan 220-254. Meaume 4455-4489. Lieure 306-352. Sanson's map: Laor 697. Graesse I, 101.

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        A Defensative against the poyson of supposed Prophesies

      [London:] by W. Jaggard, and to be sold by Mathew Lownes,, 1620. Not hitherto confuted by the Pen of any man, which being grounded, either upon the warrant and Authority of Old painted Bookes, Expositions of Dreames, Oracles, Revelations, Invocations of damned Spirits, Judicials of Astrologie, or any other kinde of pretended knowledge whatsoever, De futuris contigentibus; have beene causes of great disorder in the Common-wealth, especially among the simple and unlearned people. Very needfull to be published, considering the great offence, which grew by most palpable and grosse errors in Astrologie &#133; Now newly revised, and divided into divers severall Heads and Chapters. Small folio (270 × 169 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, rebacked with original label laid down, inner hinges reinforced with cloth, corners restored, endpapers sometime renewed. Head and tailpieces throughout, title page with intricate engraved border; lacking initial blank. Contemporary gift inscription to head of title page partially erased; bookplate of Robert, marquess of Crewe (1858&#150;1945). The occasional mark here and there, early ink notation to foot of one leaf, title page folded in at fore margin to preserve the border. Binding somewhat bumped and rubbed. An excellent copy. First published in 1583, this second edition was published posthumously. Northampton (1540&#150;1614) left the most remarkable body of writings of any early Stuart politician with the exception of Sir Francis Bacon. This treatise, originally dedicated to Walsingham, argued that "prophecies of wicked men are a kind of science which was never grafted by our heavenly Father" (Peck, Northampton, 220). Northampton emphasized his own religious orthodoxy while apparently aiming at the magico-philosophical circles of Richard Harvey and John Dee.

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        Trattato delle piante & immagini de sacri edifizi di Terra Santa

      Pietro Cecconcelli 1620 (al fin 1619), Firenze - Frontis con las armas de Cosimo II de Médici, 4 h., 65 h. fol., 46 láminas grabadas en 34 planchas dobles. Cabeceras, capitulares y culs de lamp en madera.Encuadernación de época en piel, hilos gofrados en ambos planos, lomo con nervios.Primera edición, magníficamente ilustrada por Jacques Callot. El artista se sirvió de los dibujos originales de Bernardino Amico, franciscano napolitano que durante los años 1593 a 1597 recorrió Tierra Santa comisionado por Cosimo de Medici, a quien ofrece la obra.Ofrece con detalle los planos de planta y alzada de los Santos Lugares, muchos de ellos hoy destruídos; y dos vistas panorámicas de la ciudad de Jerusalén, una tal y como se encontraba en la antigüedad y otra a finales del siglo XVI.Buen ejemplar, ligeras manchas en el margen inferior de algunas hojas, refuerzos en la parte superior del frontis. Fowler, 19; Cicognara, 3932

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        ARCHITECTURAL CAPRICCIO WITH THE HOLY FAMILY

      - XVIIth Century. Oil on Canvas. Circle of Viviano Codazzi. Viviano Codazzi was an Italian painter of landscapes or vedute during the Baroque period, active mainly in Rome and Naples. Born in Bergamo, he is also known as Viviano Codagora or il Codagora but by 1620 he had reached Naples, where he probably continued training with Cosimo Fanzago. In Naples, he also worked with Domenico Gargiulo in completing large fanciful landscapes; with Codazzi painting the architecture, and Gargiulo, the figures. This type of collaboration would be common for Codazzi, and after relocating to Rome after the Masaniello revolt, he also collaborated with Antoine Gobau, Michelangelo Cerquozzi, Jan Miel, Filippo Lauri, and Vicente Giner. He painted in a style influenced by a circle of Dutch painters active in Rome, known as Bamboccianti, including Pieter van Laer. He is best known as one of the earliest practitioners in Italy of painting architectural veduta of Rome and Roman ruins, both fanciful (capriccio) or realistic (veduta realistica). His son Niccolò Codazzi (1642-1693) was also a painter of vedute. Viviano was a strong influence on Canaletto and Bernardo Bellotto. His depiction of St. Peters Basilica in 1630 shows one of the last depictions of the facade without Bernini's colonnade. HIGH-RESOLUTION PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

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        Den Spiegel der Spaensche Tyranny gheschiet in West-Indien. Waerin te sien is deonmenschelicke wreede feyten der Spangiaerden met t1samen de beschrijvinge der selver Landen, Volckeren aert ende natuere. MEDBUNDET / BOUND WITH : Tweede Deel van de Spieghel der Spaense Tyrannye, gheschiet in Nederlant. (...) Verciert met seer schoone kopere Figueren.

      Amsterdam. Ghedruckt by Jan Evertz. Cloppenburg. . 1620-28. Liten 4to. Samtidig helpergamentbind. Gravert tittelblad.104 s. 17 kobberstikk i teksten. Gravert tittelblad. (6), 126 s. 20 kobberstikk i teksten. 1620-28. Small 4to. Contemporary full vellum. Engaved titlepage. 104 pp. 17 copper engravings in text. Engraved titlepage. (6), 126 pp. 20 copper engravings in text.. Håndskrevet tittel på ryggen. Etikett og navn på forsatsen.Håndskrevet opplysning om kobberstikkeren på det første tittelbladet. Liten rift i forsatsbladet. Handwritten title on spine. Label and name on endpaper. Handwritten information about the engraver on titlepage. Small tear in front free endpaper. "One of several Dutch editions to include copies of de Bry's illustrations. These engravings, described aptly by Winsor (II p. 342) as "ghastly and revolting", were aming the most potent images to stem from Spain's American conquests and contributed much to the widespread dissemination and persistence af Las Casas' celebrated condemnation of Spanish conduct in America". "Die Kupfer d. 1. Bds. sind nach David Vickenbooms, dies des 2. Bds. werden Jacques de Gheyn d. J. zugeschrieben". (Information from the label on the endpaper)

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        Newe, volstendige Braunschweigische und Lüneburgische Chronica darin eigentlich nach einander beschrieben, . vermehret und biß auff jetziges 1620. Jahr ausgeführet, durch Heinrich Meybaum. 4 Teile in einem Band.

      A. Kirchner, Magdeburg 1620 - Privater Halblederband des 20. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, 8 Bll., 612 S., 11 Bll. Mit 6 Stadtansichten in Textholzschnitten, 2 Porträts und zahlreichen Wappenholzschnitten (davon 1 ganzseitiger). BL German 1601-1700, B 2436. Loewe 442. ADB 3, 552. Angebunden eine Handschrift: "Provheceyung von Anno 1616 (1610 ?) biß zum ende des 1623 Jhars" (2 Blätter mit 3 Seiten Text und einem kleinen Fragment auf Seite 4). Eine undatierte Übertragung des Manuskripts in Schreibmaschinenschrift durch Bischof Müller, Magdeburg, liegt bei. - Einige Fehler und Sprünge in der Paginierung, jedoch vollständiges Exemplar. Die Ansichten zeigen Hildesheim (2 x), Braunschweig, Hannover, Lüneburg und Göttingen. Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, mit kleinem Ausriß am unteren Rand und überklebtem Einriß am Falz. Papier gebräunt, stellenweise etwas fleckig. Fragmente der alten Vorsätze mit handschr. Besitzervermerken (u. a. Kaufeintrag von 1621) auf den Innendeckel montiert. Blatt 2 des Manuskripts mit Textverlust durch Eckabrisse, mit dünner Schutzfolie überzogen. 2500 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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