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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)".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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      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'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'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'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.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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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' 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'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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder]
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      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.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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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]

      [Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB)]
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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’s most interesting works are those in his collection of 1620. This consists of music for double choir – 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’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’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 … 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 (1858–1945). 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 (1540–1614) 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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      - 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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        Asia ex magna orbis terre descriptione Gerardi Mercatoris desumpta, studio et industria G. M. Junioris.

      AmsterdamE - Engraving with original hand-color. Circa 1620. Sheet size: 17 1/2 x 21 1/4". Frame size: 28 1/4 x 32 5/8". Innventory#: p1917pfat. 0

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        I carichi militari

      Appresso Bidelli,, Milano, 1620 - Cm. 16,5, pp. (52) 282 (2) + 2 ccb. Bel frontespizio interamente figurato e 5 tavole incise in rame e più volte ripiegate fuori testo. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena floscia con nervi passanti. Sguardie posteriori. Esemplare fresco, genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Alcune interessanti annotazioni manoscritte di mano coeva limitate a poche carte. Seconda edizione (dopo l'originale del 1610) di questo classico della letteratura militare. Cfr. Choix, 6201: "Ouvrage assez rare et très important. Les planches en grand format représentent les ordres de bataille, la manière de l'attaque des fortifications etc.". [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Staats- und Sitten-Lehren, sam(m)t einer wesentlichen Ab(b)ildung der unterschiedlichen Gemühts-Beschaffenheiten, auß dem Lateinischen ins Hochteutsche übersetzet. Frankfurt a. M., J. D. Friedgen für M. Hermsdorff, 1698. 12°. 11 Bll., 448 S., mit gestoch. Frontispiz, Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtitel.

      - VD17 23:652309E (nur 1 Ex. in Wolfenbüttel) - Estreicher XVI, 312 - Ueberweg IV, 1325: "Fredro (1620-1697) gehörte zu den populärsten politischen Publizisten der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. Lange Zeit galt er als kritikloser Apologet der polnischen politischen Wirklichkeit . weil er sich für die vollständige Erhaltung der Adelsrepublik einsetzte. Fredro begründet die Nützlichkeit des Privilegs des 'liberum veto', mit dem ein einziger Abgeordneter die Beschlüsse des gesamten Sejm ausser Kraft setzen konnte." - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe (erstmals 1684).- Vorsatz u. Front. verso gestempelt, nur gering gebräunt od. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig, insges. gutes Exemplar.

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        Institutiones Theophilo Antecessore (Graeco Interprete)

      Symptimbus Samvelis Crispini 1620 - Size: 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lysimachia Iutea Pannonica maior (Quirl-Felberich, Punktierter Gilbweiderich). Kolor. Kupferstich von B. Besler aus 'Hortus Eystettensis', um 1620. 50 x 40 cm. Schön gerahmt.,

      1620 - Quirl-Felberich-Blüten orangegelb koloriert. Links und rechts mit rot bzw. rosa kolorierten Blüten: Lysimachia Galericulata (Sumpf-Ziest), Lysimachia altera Matthisli flore rubescente (Blut-Weiderich). Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        Leontopetalon (Löwentrapp). Altkolor. Kupferstich von B. Besler aus 'Hortus Eystettensis', um 1620. 50 x 40 cm.,

      1620 - Etwas kleiner links und rechts auf dem Blatt: Bellis minor flore caeruleo (echte Kugelblume), Polium Alpinum flore luteo (Bergsteinkraut).- Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        De Wegh des levens

      - Eerste Boeck. Tweede Boeck. Derde Boeck. Talrijke (ca.31) scherpe volblad gravures. Mogelijk ontbreken er. Titelblad ontbreekt? In "Voorreden" ontbreekt hoekje met klein verlies van minder belangrijke tekst. Blz. 527 tot 530 herstellingen aan randen, zonder belangrijk tekstverlies. 791 Bladz. + Tafel, in8. T'Anwerpen, Hendrik Aertssens, Anno 1620. Oude verstorven half-perkamenten band met 4 nerven. Boven en onder ontbreekt stukje. Zeer zeldzaam!

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        The Honour of the Married Clergie

      (24) 208, 229-345, (25)pp 1620 - Full early calf leather binding. A very scarce copy of Hall's work with engraved title page and decorative head and tail pieces and illuminated initials. Not seen at auction anywhere since 1982. Includes in Latin and English the text of a manuscript on the subject found at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and an excerpt from an epistle of Erasmus on the subject of marriage and the clergy. Joseph Hall (July 1, 1574 - September 8, 1656), English bishop and satirist, was born at Bristow Park, near Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire. Bishop Hall's polemical writings,were vigorous and effective,and many of his devotional writings have been often reprinted. It is by his early work as the censor of morals and the unsparing critic of contemporary literary extravagance and affectations that he is best known. Condition: The binding is split in the centre and the second section is detached. Page 147 is loose is detached but present. The front board is attachedand the rear board is detached but present. The front inner hinge is strained and holding by one cord only. There is some wear to the extremities including some bumping to the corners and some small worm holes to the rear board. The spine is chipped with loss to the top and bottom and is becoming detached. It is split in the centre and at the top. Internally the book is generally clean and bright apart from some mild spots in places and the odd handling mark. There is a small worm hole tothe top of the first few pages. The top corner of the title page is missing and the edgesare a little tattered. Overall thebinding needs work (though should be rescued as is early and complete)but the book is quite clean internally and is a complete copy of an extremelyscarce book that would benefit from a rebind or repair. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Edition : AUGUSTORITI PICTONUM - POITIERS, EX PRAELO ANTONII MESNERII REGIS & ACADEMIAE TYPOGRAPHI, 1620 - Authore Thoma a Kempis canonico regulari, ordini Divi Augustini - Ad autographum emendati - Editio ultima prioribus castigatior - Texte latin avec en regard une traduction grecque - En tête, la dédicace de Sommalius à Léonard Betten (1598) et son épître au lecteur (1600), et la vie de Thomas a Kempis - Daté par la BNF 1620-1625 - Marque au titre - Les p. 17-24 et 424 sont redoublées - Table en fin - Reliure d'époque plein cuir brun - Reliure frottée, petits manques en coiffes et en charniere - Mouillures sur les premiers et derniers feuillets - Légère rousseur génrale (12), 424, (11) pages, in-12, 12,5 cm, relié. Bon état [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Logorithmorum Canonis Descriptio, Seu Arithmeticarum Supputationum Mirabilis abbreviatio. [- Sequitur Tabula Canonis Logarithmorum; Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis construction; Annotationibus aliquot Henrici Briggii].

      Bartholomaeus Vincentius, Lyons 1620 - Second (first obtainable) edition of his ‘Contructio’ (Horblit 77b, 1619), with the first Continental edition of the ‘Descriptio’ (Horblit 77a, 1614) – "The work which in the history of British science can be placed as second only to Newton’s Principia" (Evans 4). "His ‘Description of the Wonderful Table of Logarithms’ is unique in the history of science in that a great discovery was the result of the unaided original speculation of one individual without precursors and almost without contemporaries in his field." (PMM 116). "Logarithms provided a most important advance in the art of calculation because they reduced multiplication and division to a process of addition and subtraction, and extraction of roots to division." (Dibner 106). "Napier’s invention of logarithms was immediately adopted by mathematicians both in England and on the continent, including Briggs and Ursinus, who introduced logarithms to Kepler." (Norman). Kepler "expressed his enthusiasm in a letter to Napier dated 28 July 1619, printed in the dedication of his ‘Ephemerides’, 1620." (DSB). The ‘Descriptio’ "contains fifty-seven pages of text explaining the uses of logarithms in both plane and spherical trigonometry and ninety pages of tables. The method of producing the table was not described, but Napier indicated that should this work be suitably received, he would publish another (the Constructio) on how they were calculated. He died before he could complete the task, but his son Robert Napier completed and published it in 1619. Napier’s 1614 publication is always referred to as the ‘Descriptio’, and the 1619 volume as the ‘Constructio’." (Tomash). "Napier also did work in spherical trigonometry and in his ‘Rabdologiae seu Numerationes per Virgulas libri II’, Edinburgh, 1617, announced another important invention, ‘Napier’s Bones’. These were rods which could be used to find the product of two numbers in a mechanical way, the quotient of one number divided by another, and square and cube roots. They were the precursors of seventeenth-century and modern calculating machines." (PMM). "Mechanized addition and substraction were introduced in 1642 by Pascal, then 19 years old." (Dibner 107). This edition (the second of the ‘Constructio’ and first Continental edition of the ‘Descriptio’) was published together with a small appendix containing annotations by Henry Briggs on base-ten logarithms (see Norman 339). Presumably most readers were concerned mainly by the applications of logarithms, their construction being of interest only to mathematicians and compilers of tables. While the Descriptio was reprinted many times, and translated into English as early as 1616, the Constructio had to wait until 1889 before an English translation was produced. The offered work is the first reprinting of the two works and is today the earliest accessible edition of the Constructio (the Macclesfield copy of the 1619 edition appears to be the only copy to have appeared at auction in the past 30 years). The last copy of the first edition of the Descriptio sold for $72,000 (Christie's 2007.)In a very few copies of the Lyons edition the title page of the Descriptio carries the date 1619. MacDonald remarks: "On the issue of the Edinburgh edition of 1619, Barthold Vincent would appear to have set out at once about the preparation of an edition for issue at Lyon with the date 1619 on the title. .A possible explanation of this may be that the title-page was originally set up with the date MDCIX, but when it was found that the whole work could not be issued in that year, the date was altered to MDCXX, and a few copies may have been printed before the alteration. The only copy we have found is in the Bibliotheque Nationale."This edition: Honeyman 2292; Erwin Tomash Library N5; Kenney 3071; Macdonald pp.141-43. Three parts in one vol. (as issued), 4to (190 x 128 mm), pp. [viii], 56; [92: tables]; 62, title printed in red and black, mildly browned, some gatherings with a small worm whole [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Evang. Deuchino, Venetia 1620 - BRANCACCIO LELIOI CARICHI MILITARI DI FRA L. BRANCACCIO CAVALIERE HIEROSOLOMITANO.NEL REGNO DI NAPOLI E SUO MAESTRO DI CAMPO E CONSIGLIERE DI GUERRA NEGLI STATI DI FIANDRA.Venetia, Evang. Deuchino, 1620[Fig. Militaria] (cm. 24,5)Piena pergamena originale12 carte non numerate, pagine 255.Bellissimo frontis allegorico e 5 grandi tavole ripiegate ( assedi, battaglie, truppe e accampamenti) il tutto in rame.Seconda edizione molto più rara della prima del 1610 di questa famosa opera.L'autore, napoletano, fu grande esperto di cose militari e comandò le trupe genovesi contro i Savoia e la Francia.manca a:D' Aiala, Michel-Michel, Autori italiani del '600, Manzi, Graesse e Brunet.Vecchio ottimo restauro al piatto anteriore.Qualche lieve alone al margine delle prime carte e foro di tarlo restaurato all'angolo bianco delle ultime.Altrimenti bell'esemplare con rami in nitida tiratura.-Cockle 609 in nota;-Michel II 369;-British M. Cat. XVII cent. Italian books pag.144.[f4] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Commentaires de M.P. Andre Matthiolus medicin Senois sur les six livres de Pedacius Dioscoride Anazarbeen, de la matiere Medecinale. Traduits de Latin en François par M. Antoine du

      - Pinet: Et illustrez de nouveau, d'un bon nombre de figures. Lyon, Pierre Rigaud, 1620. Folio pp. (116), 606, (33), with woodcut portrait of Mattioli on title and last leaf, 1 full-page woodcut of Mattioli and 1478 woodcuts in the text. Later half vellum, speckled boards. Nissen BBI, 1312. This translation by Pinet was first published in 1561 and was for a long time the most popular herbal in France. Several editions appeared between 1561 and 1680. Some light waterstaining to right upper corner. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Devises heroiques et emblemes de M. Claude Paradin. Reueuës & augmentées de moitié par Messire François d'Amboise. [relié ensemble avec)] AMBOISE, François d' - Discours ou traicté des devises, ou est mise la raison et difference des emblemes, enigmes, sentence & autres (.) ed. Adrien d'Amboise. , [et avec] AMBOISE, Adrien d' - Devises royales.

      R Boutonné, Paris 1620 - 3 works in 1 vol. 1.[12]-339-[1] pp. (lacking 6 ff. : typographic title, pp. 61-62, 83-84, 107-108, 137-140, hole in inner margin of title touching ill.) Reprint of the edition Paris 1614 with the adaptation by Fr. d'Amboise (1550-1620) of the "classic" book on emblematic devices by Cl. Paradin (1510-1573). Engr. ills : title and 181 emblems. Ref. Adams/Rawles/Saunders French emblem books F-469. Landwehr Romanic 572. BN Paris (1). NUC (3). Not in Emblem books Leiden. 2. [8]-178-[2] pp. Only edition of a treatise on devices by Fr. d'Amboise, ed. by his son Adrien (1598-16??). Ref. Adams F-074. Landwehr 108. BN Paris (4). NUC (3). Not in Emblem books Leiden. 3. [2]-66 (= 68) pp. Engr. ills : title and 13 emblems. Ref. Adams F-073. Landwehr 109. BN Paris (4). NUC (2). Not in Emblem books Leiden. Collector's stamp "Didron, peintre verrier, Paris" and "Jan Borms". 1 volumes. Somewhat browning and staining, Good copy. Later sheep (rubbed, def. at head & tail), gilt spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MARONIS bucolicorum eclogae X, Georgicorum libri IIII, Aeneidos libri XII

      APUD PETRUM & LACOBUM CHOUET 1620 - R240016511: 732+62 pages. Dos cuir marron a 4 nerfs. Nombreux bandeaux illustréen en noir et blanc. In-8 Relié demi-cuir. A restaurer. Livré sans Couverture. Dos abîmé. Rousseurs Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Advis à Monsieur de Luynes : sur les libelles diffamatoires qui courent.

      S.n. 1620 - - S.n., S.l. [Paris] 1620, In 8 (10,5x17cm), 8pp., relié. - Edition originale. Rare. Demi Percaline rouge milieu XIXe. Titre doré. Libelle anonyme qui parut le lendemain où le Duc de Luynes, favori de Louis XIII, fut fait Connétable. Il est accusé de tous les maux arrivés en France depuis Louis XIII, et de ne servir que ses propres intérêts en ruinant la France et en abusant un roi si jeune. Charles d'Albert fut fait Duc de Luynes en 1619, et fut le premier de cette lignée. Luynes servit pourtant habilement le roi en lui permettant, par ses intrigues contre Marie de Medicis et Concini, d'acceder au pouvoir, mais recueillant toutes les faveur du roi, il était haï par le peuple et de nombreux politiques tel Richelieu. 8pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Avvertimenti e Regole circa L’Architettura Civile, Scultura, Pittura, Prospettiva et Architettura Militare per Offesa e Difesa di Fortezze.

      Milan Pandolfo Malatesta 1620. - Oblong folio [20.5 x 26.5 cm] 46 ff., including title with engraved arms of Philip III and 6 whole, 8 roughly half- and 34 roughly quarter page engravings. Cancel on p. 42 present. Bound in 18th c quarter vellum and marbled papers over boards, with vellum corners. Unidentified embossed private library stamp on title. Lower edge of title dog-earred; some minor waterstaining at upper edges of initial leaves, growing paler with subsequent leaves. Very good. Very rare first edition of this understudied general architectural treatise from Lombardy, in small folio format, and unusual on two counts: 1) it attempts to distill the contents of a general architectural treatise in brief compass, in a portable format such that it could probably have been utlized "on site"; this is not generally the case with the classic sixteenth century architectural treatises, even those expressly directed to builders rather than humanists, which tended to be in larger formats; and 2) according to the Vagnetti, the brief section on perspective contains an analysis of a specific, well-known picture, Raphael’s ‘Sposalizio’ (albeit, oddly, with the architectural details simplified, above all, the omission of the great 16-sided temple in the background). Although it would seem to be the most obvious thing in the world, we recall no such examples in any of the innumerable perspective treatises we have encountered or handled over many years. (Barca’s knowledge of the picture is a mystery; in 1620, it was in Città di Castello and did not come to Milan until the 19th century, further, as far as we know, it was not engraved.The simplified details and differences between the engraving and the picture almost certainly suggest an intermediary sketch, perhaps a not very accurate one. The work treats arithmetical and geometrical proportion, the Orders (Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and composite), proportion in a section devoted to sculpture, and perspective in painting as well as architecture. Although the proportional figures owe much to Dürer, the models for the Orders are not obviously derivative, and were probably drawn by the author—for what it is worth, Brunet claims that Barca drew all the plates. Next, Barca treats military fortification offensive and defensive, with theoretical diagrams as well as some plans the author has designed for a specific locale (Moschetto). The Milanese Barca worked mainly in Lombardy; his first documented works were in Milan in the 1570’s (the prison of the Palazzo di Giustizia and the façade of Palazzo della Canonico (destroyed). By 1577, his name is inscribed in the rolls of the College of Engineers in Milan, and in 1583, in conjunction with Seregni, he proposed an alteration to the duomo. His projects for the King of Spain are disputed. In the first decade of the 17th century, he was back in Milan, attached to the Fabbrica of the duomo for a variety of projects (for a full listing, see DBI). NUC lists Chicago and Cleveland; OCLC adds no new copies, but we have located two at the Getty. A facsimile was published in Como in 1997. * Brunet I.651; Cicognara 412; Vagnetti EIIIb12; Riccardi I.79; R. Bossaglia in DBI VI.267-68; not in Breman/Bury (mention, p. 21) and not in RIBA; Cockle 812 (erroneously calling for two "large" folding plates, as the Chicago and 2 Getty copies show, all of the plates are within the pagination.). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Pindarou Periodos. Pindari Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia. Johannes Benedictus, medecine doctor, in Salmuriensi Adademia Regia linguæ Græce Professor. Ad metri rationem, variorum exemplarium fidem, Scholiastæ ad verisimiles conjecturas directionem, totum authorem innumeris mendis repurgavit. Metaphrasi recognita, latina paraphrasi addita, poeticis & obscuris phrasibus Græca prosa declaratis; denique adjectus rerum & verborum brevibus & sufficientibus commentariis, arduum eiusdem sensum explanavit. Editio purissima, cum indice locupletissimo.

      Salmurii [Saumur]: Ex typis Petri Piededii [Pierre Pié de Dieu], 1620 - Edition originale de cette traduction, in-4; [xvi dont Privilège], 756p., [56p. Errata, Table]; bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe. Reliure d"époque en basane havane, plats encadrés de filets dorés avec un compartiment central frappé des armes de Thomas II de Morand, baron du Mesnil-Garnier, et motifs d"angle à l"éventail aux petits fers; dos à nerfs richement orné, tranches dorées. Première garde manquante, coiffe inférieure accidentée, deux coins émoussés, deux fortes épidermures au plat supérieur. Malgré ces traces d"usure un bon et séduisant exemplaire, contenant l"ex-libris héraldique de Pouget de Nadillac, à l"emblème de la fée Mélusine. Belle impression saumuroise de l"atelier de Pierre Pié de Dieu, qui ne semble avoir exercé à Saumur que durant cinq années, et s"installa à La Rochelle en 1621. Jean Benoît, d"origine helvète, qui a supervisé cette édition, fut professeur de Grec à l"Académie royale de Saumur. L"ouvrage comprend le texte grec et sa traduction latine, avec d"importants commentaires en latin d"après Scholaste. Pasquier 286, 287: "Pour sa très belle édition de Pindare, Pié de Dieu emprunta à son collègue Portau des lettres ornées magnifiques?Cette édition de Pindare est non moins célèbre que celle des oeuvres de Lucien" [également imprimées à Saumur chez le même éditeur l"année précédente].Le baron du Mesnil-Garnier, dont les armes ornent cette reliure [Olivier 2134, fer 1], fut trésorier du roi Louis XIII et conseiller d"Etat. Il mourut en 1651 dans sa baronnie du Calvados. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        QUATTRO LETTERE ISTORICHE del Sig. In una delle quali descrivendo le vite de’ SS. Provino, Proto, Giacinto, Giuliana, Liberata, e Faustina, e toccando incidentemente d’altri Santi, e d’altre cose così sacre, come profane: dà ragguaglio a cui scrive di quanto sia passato intorno a le processione, e ripositione de’ loro corpi. Fatta dall’Illustrissimo e Filippo Archinto Vescovo della nostra città di Como e Conte l’anno MDCXVIII. Nell’altra racconta l’orrida rovina di Plurio e il terribile incendio di Collio, con altre cose curiose. Nella terza tratta de’ la nobiltà delle famiglie Lucina e Passalaqua. Nell’ultimo descrivendo l’artificiosissimo suo scrittorio accenna quanto di curioso e si ritrovi in casa.

      Arcione, Como 1620 - in-4 antico, pp. (28), 466, (30), leg. cart. rust. coevo con d. rinforzato, tracce di legacci. Bel front. inc. in rame. Gr. stemma della città di Como inc. in rame a pag. 1 e firmato "G. P. B. E. in Milano". Fregi, capilett. e final. xilogr. Con 18 (su 20) belle tavv. inc. in rame da G. Paolo Bianchi raff. archi trionfali, apparati, e fontane della città di Como. Bellissima la IV lettera sullo "scrittorio o scrigno" di famiglia con la descrizione della collezione d’arte e antichità varie. Manca a Platneriana, Lozzi e Piantanida. Coleti p. 49, n. 3. Rara opera presente solo alla Biblioteca Naz. di Roma (SBN online), ma in un esempl. scompleto delle tavv. e delle ultime pagine. Picc. fori nel margine bianco interno delle ultime 20 cc. Per il resto belliss. esempl. a larghi margini. [114]

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        TRES MARAVILLOSOS CASOS, qve le sucedieron al Reverendo Padre Maestro Fr. Iuan de Santiago, Religioso y morador del Convento de nuestra Señora de la Merced desta ciudad de Sevilla; Redentor de cautivos, en esta redencion que hizo este presente año en los Reynos de Fez, Tetuan y Marruecos. Dase quenta de la milagrosa côversiô y martirio de un Moro cavallero Xarife, por causa de la Redencion.

      Juan Serrano de Vargas y Ureña, Sevilla 1620 - Folio. 2 h. Cartoné ilustrado. Escudo xilográfico de los Mercedarios en portada. Papel restaurado. [CCPB 425131-8] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - Torroella de Mongrí. 1620-30-40. 22X17. 80Pág. Pergami. Català. Raríssim Cens manuscrit de la dita població deL segle XVII. Ref 20 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        De incantationibus seu ensalmis. Opusculum primum, auctore Emanuele do Valle de Moura Doctore theologo, ac Sanctae Inquisitionis Deputato Lusitano. Patria Calantica. Precipua, quae aguntur in hoc opusculo, refert elenchus ad calcem epistolae ad lectorem.

      Crasbeeck., Eborae. 1620 - In 4°, p. perg. molle, cc.nn. 6 + cc.n. 12 , dalla carta 12 la numerazione passa a pagine , per un totale di p. 609. Chiose scritte a mano. Mende alla cop. Rarissimo.

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        L'Hospital des fols incurables; Ou sont deduites de poinct en poinct toutes les folies & les maladies d'esprit, tant des hommes que des femmes. Oeuvre non moins utile que recreative & necessaire a l'acquisition de la vraye sagesse. Tiree de l'Italien de Thomas Garzoni, & mise en nostre langue, par Francois de Clarier, sieur de Long-val, Professeur ez Mathematiques, & Docteur en Medecine.

      Paris, Louys Sevestre 1620.. In-8, plein veau mouchete de l'epoque, dos a nerfs ornes de caissons fleuronne et palettes dores, piece de titre de veau bordeaux, filets dores en encadrement sur les plats garnis d'un petit fer en ecoincon, roulette sur les coupes, tranches rouges, (4), 267, (1) p. de privilege. Premiere edition francaise de cette traduction et adaptation, par Francois de Clarier, de 'L'Hospidale de pazzi incurabili' (Venise en 1586), traduction qui assura la diffusion europeenne de l'oeuvre. Religieux, philosophe et theologien ne en Emilie-Romagne, Tomaso Garzoni, invite les visiteurs a voir en un spectacle distrayant "trente et une categories de fous" enfermes dans un asile imaginaire. Le dernier discours concerne le "Departement de l'Hospital qui sert a loger les femmes". L'hopital est une vaste demeure ou toutes les formes de folie ont leur place assignee. Les fous sont classes par categorie et reclus dans la cellule qui leur a ete attribuee. "Nous lirons cette histoire comme le moment inaugural ou se joue simultanement, pour la folie, sa mise au ban de la societe ( ) ou se noue un ensemble: fous/enfermes/laids. ( ). Il anticipe ce que le classicisme, moins d'un siecle plus tard, enoncera comme dogme: la Raison, erigee en principe universel, est intelligence" (cf. Anik Kouba, 'La "laideur" des fous', 'Communications', 1995, vol. 60, n°60, p. 49-61). Garzoni, qui place son ouvrage sous l'autorite d'un celebre medecin du temps, Bernadino Paterno, jette les fondements d'une l'ebauche d'une nosologie psychiatrique: les "Frenetiques" (discours II), les "Melancholiques" (discours III), les "Lunatiques" (discours XVII), etc. L'ouvrage assure ainsi la transition entre les representations allegoriques de la folie au Moyen-Age, et celle, contemporaine, de la description de la deraison fondee sur des observations de cas de folie. (Arbour, 'L'ere baroque en France', n°9742. Brunet, II, 1496. G. Dotoli, 'Traductions de l'italien en francais au XVIIe s.', p.242). Relie avec: [OGIER(Francois)]. Jugement et censure du livre de la doctrine curieuse, de Francois Garasse. Paris, 1623. Bel exemplaire, tres frais, bien relie a l'epoque..

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        Informacion a favor del derecho que tienen los nacidos en las indias a ser preferidos en las prelacias, dignidades, canongias, y otros beneficios eclesiasticos, y oficios seculares de ellas

      1620 - Defending the rights of the creole and Indians rights of the Americas; requesting citizenship for the natives. 1620. Madrid. Viuda de Alonso Martin. In folio (305 mm x 215 mm). 12 ff. Modern half vellum over cloth. Very good. Ortiz de Cervantes, born in Lima, was a Procurator General for Cuzco and Lima; he travelled to Madrid where he had printed one of the earliest manifestations for the creole rights in regards to government in the Indies. That he did with his “Memorial que trata de la perpetuidad de los Encomenderos de Indios del Perú, con juridicion en sus pueblos, medio eficaz para que este Reyno se restaure, conserve, y aumente” (1617). This imprint is harsher and “straitghtforward” in its tone. Furthermore, in more than one aspect its a groundbreaking statement, asking for citizenship for natives and making a strong argument and rightfullness of appointing creoles to positions in the colonial administration and Church Offices. Ortiz de Zárate advirtió en aquel texto que hacía falta desarrollar una política más activa en la protección de la población nativa; la muerte y la huida de los indígenas les quitaba la mano de obra imprescindible para el desarrollo de la economía colonial y su reclamo se extendió en dos nuevos trabajos, el primero titulado "Información en favor del derecho que tienen los nacidos en las Indias a ser preferidos ." (que ahora ofrecemos en su segunda edición) y el siguiente, impreso un año más tarde, "Parabien al Rey D. Felipe IIII N. S. que da la cabeza del Reyno del Piru." (Madrid, 1620). Los tres ensayos de Ortiz de Cervantes componen un cuerpo de peticiones muy directas, elaboradas por un representante de la elite criolla hispanoamericana y dirigidas al propio monarca español. Fueron dados a la luz apenas ocho años después del texto de Fray Juan Zapata de Sandoval, el mexicano que elevara una petición de justicia distributiva por primera vez en la historia hispanoamericana. Sin duda, ambos autores ocupan un sitial de honor en la producción intelectual de América. Ortiz de Cervantes, designado Oidor (juez) de la Real Audiencia de Lima en 1628, dio en la obra que aquí ofrecemos las razones históricas que justifican su reclamo en defensa de los naturales de Indias, los que deben ser preferidos por Su Majestad, y justificó por primera vez el concepto de ciudadanía para los nativos. Para favorecer esta selección, indicó que los virreyes, obispos y audiencias “informen de los sujetos capaces y beneméritos de ellas, y que cada año el Virrey envíe relación de méritos y servicios, así de lo Eclesiástico como de lo secular.” Fruto del Patronato Real firmado entre la Santa Sede y la Corona española, ésta debía designar las prelaturas de Indias, y en virtud de esta selección Ortiz de Cervantes reclamaba la prioridad de los ciudadanos locales. Palau, 205772. See Carlos Gálvez-Peña for further information on this imprint at JCB. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of Don-Quichote.

      London: Edward Blount, 1620 - 2 volumes, small quarto (177 × 131 mm). Modern period-style limp vellum, overlapping fore-edges, green silk ties, by Bernard Middleton. Housed in a custom green cloth folding case. Without the blank after engraved title in vol. I, rule above running headline in vol. I and headline in vol. II occasionally shaved, tear to upper outer corner sig. P7 vol. II with loss of two letters. With the occasional mark or minor stain, overall a very good copy, clean and fresh. Engraved title in each volumes. Small book labels of Michael Curtis Phillips to rear inside covers. First complete edition in English (second edition of the first part, first edition of the second), translated by Dublin-born Thomas Shelton. "The signs of haste in the translation, which took Shelton only forty days, do not hide his verve, command of Spanish, and knowledge of Spain James Fitzmaurice-Kelly's introduction to Shelton's translation claims that John Fletcher's Knight of the Burning Pestle was derived from Shelton, as was Cardenio (1613), a lost play by Shakespeare and Fletcher" (ODNB). This is an unusually good and fresh copy of a book that is typically found in flawed condition. It is complete with both engraved titles, with no made-up or supplied leaves, and is unwashed. It was formerly lot 123 at Christie's sale, 25 June 1980 (Tobias Rodgers) when it was bound in one volume in green half morocco. Its present binding is an excellent imitation of early seventeenth-century English limp vellum by one of the modern masters of historical bookbinding technique. Palau 52462; Pforzheimer 140; STC 4916–4917.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Johann Gottfried von Aschhausen - Aschenhausen - (Oberlauda/Baden 12. 08. 1575 - 29. 12. 1622 Regensburg). Fürstbischof und Hexenverfolger, regierte die Hochstifte Würzburg und Bamberg. Kniestück im Rund mit Memento Mori,.

      . Kupferstich v. Peter Isselburg, 1620, 36 x 28 (H). Mit knappem Rand. Sehr seltener Stich von Isselburg, hier in der 2. Variante von 1620.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        [Hilly and wooded landscape with a bridge over a stream in the foreground].[The Netherlands?, ca. 1620/40]. 43 x 56 cm. Landscape drawing in black chalk(?) and white chalk on paper. Under glass in a black and gold wooden frame.

      Stunningly beautiful wooded landscape with a castle on top of a hill at the right. Although the drawing is unsigned, it has been authenticated by a leading expert on 17th-century Dutch art: Edgar Haverkamp Begemann, John Langeloth Loeb professor emeritus at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, formerly of the department of prints and drawings at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York and professor of art history at Yale University. On the back is a sketch of a similar landscape, apparently by the same artist.In very good condition, with the paper slightly thin in places and reinforced along the edges.

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        Kurtze, und Wolgegründete Deductio, und ausführung, Aus was rechtmessigen, erheblichen, wolbefügten, und unumbgegnlichen Ursachen, der Hochwürdiger, Durchleuchtiger, und Hochgeborner Fürst, und Herr, Herr Christian, Erwöhlter Bischoff des Stiffts Minden, Hertzog zu Braunschweig, und Lüneburg etc. den Gammerort, auff Jenseits der Elbe, Wie deßwegen, am hochlöblichen Reichs Hoff- und Cammergericht, 132 Jahre, schwere, kostbahre Processe geführet, und entlich für S.F.G. darauff eine Sieghaffte Urtel, wider den Raht zu Hamburg, den 19. Aprilis, Anno 1619 eröffnet, durchstechen, und also dem vörigen Elbströmb seinen alten Eingang, und Lauff, wieder eröffnen lassen, Sambt denen darzugehörigen Beylagen. -

      Celle: Sebastian Schmuck 1620,. 63 Seiten, etwas jüngerer Ppbd., 19 x 15 cm. Rechtfertigungsschrift von Herzog Christian von Braunschweig. - Die Dove-Elbe, ein Nebenarm der Elbe, wurde bereits 1437/38 durch einen befestigten Damm am Gammer Ort (zwischen Altengamme und Neuengamme) vom Hauptsrom abgetrennt. Eine Klage gegen den Dammbau strengte 1488 der Herzog von Braunschweig Heinrich der Jüngere gegen die Städte Lübeck und Hamburg an. Der gerichtliche Streit schwelte fast 132 Jahre, bis er am 19. April 1619 durch das kairserliche Kammergericht zu Gunsten der Braunschweiger entschieden wurde. Einem Einspruch von Lübeck und Hamburg wurde schon am 10. Februar 1620 stattgegeben - trotzdem fegten braunschweigische Truppen unter Herzog Christian noch im Februar in einer wahren Orgie der Gewalt durch die Vierlande und demolierten den Deich, der nur durch glückliche Umstände gerettet werden konnte. - Bircher c3584; Zeitschrift des Vereins für Hamburgische Geschichte 3 (1851), 221ff (in sehr ausführlicher Darstellung der Ereignisse im Februar 1620). - Beigebunden: Die hamburgische Gegenschrift: "Kurtzer Wahrhaffter Bericht, Darauß ein jeglicher Unpartheilicher und Friedliebender gründlich zu vernemen, daß das Jenige, was im Rahmen und von wegen deß hochwürdigen, Durchleuchtigen, Hochgebornen Fürsten, und Herrn, Herrn Christian, [...] in newlicher Zeit zum Zollspyker, Gammer Orth, und in den vier Landen, unter des Ampt Bergerdorff gehörig, vorgenommen, Und in einer durch öffentlichen Druck außgefertigten Schrifft, anmaßlich hat justiciret werden wollen, eine lautere Zunötigung, und Gewalt sey, Auch mit keinem Schein Rechtens, behauptet werden könne: Auff Befehlich beyder Erbarn Städte Lübeck und Hamburg [...]" (Hamburg: Paul Langen 1620, 56 Seiten). - Bircher c3594. - Das Titelblatt der braunschweigischen Schrift mit barockem Besitzstempel (Krone über dem Monogramm "AF"). - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, stellenweise minimal fleckig; gutes, gepflegtes Exemplar..

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