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2016-03-24 09:14:57
Metoscita, Pietro, SJ.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2016-03-24 09:14:57
Metoscita, Pietro, SJ.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2016-03-24 09:14:57
Metoscita, Pietro, SJ.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2016-03-24 09:14:57
Metoscita, Pietro, SJ
Rome, Stefano Paulini, 1624. 8vo. (16), 256 pp. Contemp. limp vellum. Traces of ties. Rare, early introduction to and grammar the Arabic language: a compilation based on Arab sources by the Syrian Jesuit Metoscita. "The work again contains laudatory poems in four languages by Donatus. It is dedicated by the publisher Paulinus to Cardinal Francesco Barberini, who as Curator of the Sacra Congregatio had ordered its publication. Paulinus had already recently published two other Arabic grammars in Rome, a large one by Martelotti (1620) and a small one by Scialac (1622). The author, Petrus Al-Matusi, was one of the first pupils of the Maronite College in Rome [...] On p. 227 of the grammar we find one of the first examples of a classical Arabic poem quoted and translated [...] The work is excellently printed with the 16pt Arabic types of Savary de Brèves. At the end a grammatical analysis of Psalm 34 is given following the example of Bellarmino's Hebrew grammar" (Smitskamp). "After the demise of the Medici Oriental Press, Arabic printing in Rome was revived by the French scholar-diplomat François Savary de Brèves, who commissioned the design and production of an Arabic fount of an outstanding elegance and beauty. Much has been written on this type-face, which was evidently based directly on Arab or Turkish specimens of calligraphy acquired by Savary while serving in the Ottoman Empire: the punch-cutting, however, was probably executed in Rome [...] This celebrated type-face, which later passed to the Imprimerie Royale, was the mainstay of Arabic typography in France until the la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2016-03-17 20:15:19
LEUSDEN (Johannes), HULSIUS (Antonius) ou HÜLS (Anton)
1624. 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume petit in-12, plein vélin rigide de l’époque, dos à 5 nerfs, tranches rouges (texte hébreu, traduction latine en regard). Edition originale bilingue avec le texte en hébreu et la traduction latine en regard. Théologien calviniste hollandais, né à Utrecht, devenu professeur dans cette ville, Johannes Leusden (1624-1699) est l’un des principaux orientaliste, philologue et hébraïsant de son siècle. Il vécut au sein de la communauté juive d’Amsterdam pour se familiariser avec la langue et la culture hébraïques et collabora, avec le rabbin Joseph Athias, à la traduction d’une nouvelle édition de la Bible. Contemporain et proche de J. Leusden, Antonius Hulsius (or Anton Hüls) conçut son 'Compendium Lexici Hebraici' (ici en troisième édition) comme la synthèse et le complément à l’ouvrage de Leusden. Provenance: Antoine Isaac Silvestre de Sacy, avec sa signature autographe à la date de 1775 et son ex-libris gravé armorié, à la date de 1781. Remarquable provenance pour ce livre: le linguiste, philologue et un orientaliste Silvestre de Sacy (1758-1838), regardé comme "l’un des plus grands philologues du XIXe siècle". (Bibliothèque de M. le baron Silvestre de Sacy, Paris, 1846, II, n°2629). Bel exemplaire, bien relié à l’époque. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
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2016-03-12 19:16:44
CICÉRON
(162 - 2 tomes un 1 volume in-8, [8] , (1624), , 2 tomes un 1 volume in-8, [8] feuillets, 704-720 pages, maroquin havane du XVIIe siècle, plats ornés de petits fers et roulettes dorés formant un double encadrement de dentelle autour d'un motif central rayonnant, dos lisse également orné aux petits fers, Édition genevoise des Œuvres complètes de Cicéron, issue de l'imprimerie réformée de Jacob Stoer (1542-1610), donnant le texte établi par Lambin et publié à Paris en 1565-1566 : Stoer lui-même en avait donné une édition en 1566, soit de nombreuses années avant que ses successeurs n'impriment celle-ci. Texte sur deux colonnes, en caractères minuscules. Au contreplat, ex-libris de Joaquim Gomez de La Cortina, marquis de Morante, bibliophile tragiquement célèbre, qui mourut à la suite d'une chute du haut de l'échelle de sa bibliothèque. L'ouvrage ne figure pas dans son catalogue (Catalogus librorum.), ni au catalogue de sa vente établi par le bibliophile Jacob (1872). Cachet ex-libris sur une garde blanche. La date aux titre a été grattée, suscitant une faiblesse du papier, avec légères lacunes, à ces endroits. La date "1566", inscrite à l'encre sur la demi-garde blanche, est erronée. Exemplaire dans une jolie reliure d'époque, dans le goût des réalisations parisiennes de Macé Ruette (comparable à celle de la bibliothèque Esmerian, II, n° 75). Charnière fragiles, fentes aux mors, petit manque à la coiffe supérieure, coins émoussés. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2016-03-12 00:00:20
Ortelius, Abraham
Balthasar Moretus, Antwerp 1624 - Original copper engraving, published 1624 in the famous historical Atlas "Parergon" (Latin text-edition) by Abraham Ortelius. Finely hand-colored in wash and outline. In excellent condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK
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2016-03-12 00:00:20
Ortelius, Abraham
Antwerpen 1624 - Original copper engraving, published 1624 in a Latin text edition of the famous historical atlas ‘Parergon’ by Abraham Ortelius. Printed from two plates. Hand colored example in two sheets. In excellent condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK
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2016-03-12 00:00:20
Ortelius, Abraham
Balthasar Moretus, Antwerp. Original copper engraving, published 1624 in the famous historical Atlas "Parergon" (Latin text-edition) by Abraham Ortelius. A very good example in excellent condition. 350 by 498mm (13¾ by 19½ inches).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
2016-03-04 15:18:19
Ortelius, Abraham
Balthasar Moretus, Antwerp. Original copper engraving, published 1624 in the famous historical Atlas "Parergon" (Latin text-edition) by Abraham Ortelius. Finely hand-colored in wash and outline. In excellent condition. 370 by 474mm (14½ by 18¾ inches).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
2016-03-03 20:54:33
Ortelius, Abraham
Antwerpen. Original copper engraving, published 1624 in a Latin text edition of the famous historical atlas ‘Parergon’ by Abraham Ortelius. Printed from two plates. Latin text edition. Uncolored example in two sheets as published. In excellent condition. 755 by 520mm (29¾ by 20½ inches).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
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2016-03-03 15:21:49
Ortelius, Abraham
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
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2016-03-01 18:07:07
Ortelius, Abraham
Balthasar Moretus, Antwerp 1624 - Original copper engraving, published 1624 in the famous historical Atlas "Parergon" (Latin text-edition) by Abraham Ortelius. Finely hand-colored in wash and outline. The map is ornated with two cartouches, in the lower left corner the title cartouche, on the right side we find a decorative cartouche with scale of milage, in the upper left corner an additional title cartouche with the "privilegium". A very good example in excellent condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK
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2016-03-01 18:07:07
Ortelius, Abraham
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
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2016-03-01 18:07:07
Ortelius, Abraham
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
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2016-02-22 08:20:31
CROLL, Oswald
Genève, Joannem Celerium, 1624. ______ Format : In-8. [165 x 105 mm] Collation : (42), 364, (60), (14), 92, (40) pp. Reliure : Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Rare édition de la "Basilica chymica", un des ouvrages majeurs de la médecine paracelsienne. Divisé en trois parties: 1) "Préface admonitoire" dans laquelle l'auteur discute les doctrines de Paracelse. 2) la "Royale chimie". 3) Le "Traicté des signatures" dans lequel l'auteur indique les rapports des plantes avec les différentes parties du corps humain. In fine, on trouve les symboles utilisés à l'époque pour représenter les substances chimiques et minérales. Quelques bois gravés dans le texte. "Croll or Crollius was born at Wetter in 1580, studied at Marburg, Heidelberg, Strasburg, Geneva, travelled, and became phisician of Prince Christian of Anhalt-Bernberg. In medecine he was an adherent of Paracelsus, and invented several remedies. The first edition of the "Basilica chymica" was published at Franckfurt, 1608." (Ferguson) "The "Basilica chymica" became the standard scientific work of iatrochemistry. ... In sharp contrast with Paracelsus' vagueness, Crollius describes in detail the individual preparations, their composition, and their application. This explains why the book became such a great success, running to many editions and occasionning many commentaries." DSB 3, 471. Légères rousseurs. Un petit manque au bas du dos. Duveen 151 (édition de Genève, 1631 avec la même collation.) Pas dans Krivatsy, NLM. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2016-02-18 06:51:41
ABBOTT George
1624. ABBOTT, George. Briefe Description of the Whole World. London: [A. Mathewes] for John Marriot, 1624. Small square octavo, early 18th-century boards rebacked in half brown sheep, new endpapers. $2500.Sixth edition, with a lengthy discussion of North America, including Florida and the new colony of Virginia.Abbot originally published this work for his students in 1599, while serving as master of University College at Oxford, not long before he was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury by James I. Known as "Abbott’s Geography," this prototypical textbook contains descriptions of the nations of the world, with particular attention devoted to the British Isles and America (which he claims was discovered by "a Knight of Wales"). He writes of America’s exotic animals, plants, and peoples, concluding that "the countrey is very good, delightful both to the eye and taste." Later etched portrait of Abbott tipped in as a frontispiece. STC 30. See Sabin 21. Gift presentation to Abbott’s descendent, Charles Abbott, Under-Sheriff of County Surrey.Faint dampstain to top margin of last few gatherings, some rubbing to18th-century boards. A very desirable copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2016-02-13 13:41:30
[DIGGES, Dudley.]
London 1624, Printed by H. Lownes for N. Newberry. Full calf. raised bands, all edge gilt, marbled end papers, 14 x 18 cm.. woodcut frontis, title page printed in black and red, gold. stamping, mottled calf, beautifully bound,second impression.. SUBTITLE: continued: AND THEN IN ENGLIFH, BY FOME NEATHERLANDER; FALFLY ENTITULED, A TRVE DECLARATION OF THE NEWES THAT CAME OUT OF THE EAST-INDIES, WITH THE PINACLE CALLED THE HARE, WHICH ARRUIED AT TEXEL IN JUNE, 1624. TOGETHER WITH AN ANFWER TO THE FAME PAMPHLET BY THE ENGLIFH EAST-INDIA COMPANIE. * NOTE: Books published during this period used "F" for "S" and "U" for "V" commonly. This was not a printing error ! * Transliteration of title into modern English: A TRUE RELATION OF THE UNJUST, CRUEL, AND BARBAROUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE ENGLISH AT AMBOYNA IN THE EAST-INDIES BY THE NETHERLANDISH GOVERNOUR AND COUNCEL THERE ALSO THE COPY OF A PAMPHLET, SET FORTH FIRST IN DUTCH AND THEN IN ENGLISH, BY SOME NETHERLANDER; FALSLY ENTITLED, A TRUE DECLARATION OF THE NEWS THAT CAME OUT OF THE EAST-INDIES, WIYH THE PINACE CALLED THE HARE, WHICH ARGUED AT TEXEL IN JUNE, 1624...TOGETHER WITH AN ANSWER TO THE SAME PAMPHLET. * CONTENTS: This work contains the following tracts all bound in one volume with individual pagination: 1. A TRVE RELATION OF THE LATE VNIVST, CRVELL..1624 38p. 2. A TRVE DECLARATION OF THE NEWS THAT CAME...1624 20p. 3. THE ANSWER VNTO THE DVTCH PAMPHLET, MADE IN DEFENCE OF THE VNIVST AND BARBAROUS PROCEEDINGS AGAINFT THE ENGLISH AT AMBOYNA IN THE EAFT-INDIES, BY THE HOLLANDERS THERE London MDCXXIV [1624] 34p. * This title … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Oriental Book Company, ABAA, ILAB
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2016-02-05 14:35:57
N.N.
Amsterdam, Barent Otsz. 1624 - (1) 93 (1) p. Contemporary Vellum, 8° (The titlepage is reinforced at some places, slightly browned. Beggars' Songbook containing 85 songs followed by the 'Geuse Refereynen' i.e. 'Beggars choruses'. The titlepage is printed in red and black with the well-known title vignet with the text 'Vive le Gues'. Small corrections were made while printing this work, because of this there are small differences within copies of the same edition from 1624.) (1) 93 (1) p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (Titelpagina plaatselijk verstevigd, licht gebruind. Geuzen Liedboek bestaande uit 85 liederen waarachter de 'Geuse Refereynen'. De titelpagina is gedrukt in rood en zwart met het bekende titelvignet met daarop 'Vive le Gues'. Bij het drukken van dit werk zijn er verbeteringen aangebracht in het zetsel, dit resulteert er in dat er kleine verschillen aan te wijzen zijn binnen dezelfde uitgaves van het jaar 1624.) Beeger, G.W. (1870). Het Geusen Liedboek, p. 23-24 / Kuiper, E.T. (1925). Het Geuzenliedboek naar oude drukken. Deel 2, p. 356-357 / Scheurleer, D.F. (1912). Nederlandsche Liedboeken, p. 133
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo
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2016-02-05 13:50:08
Burton, Robert
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
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2016-02-05 13:50:08
Burton, Robert
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-02-03 19:59:27
Burton, Robert
John Lichfield & James Short for Henry Cripps, Oxford. "The Greatest Medical Treatise Written by a Layman" Burton, Robert (1577-1640). The anatomy of melancholy, what it is . . . the second edition, corrected and augmented by the author. Folio. [4], 64, [4], 188, [4], 189-332, [2], 333-557 [i.e., 567], [7]pp. Oxford: John Lichfield and James Short for Henry Cripps, 1624. 284 x 180 mm. 19th century mottled calf gilt, rebacked preserving original spine, light edgewear. Minor spotting and staining, a few marginal tears, small ink-stain on one leaf, a few small wormholes in upper margin of last few leaves, but very good. Early owner's signature ("Edward Parish") on title. First Folio Edition (second overall) of the book that William Osler called "the greatest medical treatise written by a layman." With a keen eye for contradiction and a perverse relish for exposing it, Burton virtually destroyed the dominant humoral psychology by showing its inability to effectively define or cure the mental illness of melancholia, a term that encompasses what we now call clinical depression. Burton, who himself suffered from melancholia, drew upon nearly every science of his day (including psychology, physiology, astronomy, meteorology and even demonology) in his attempts to explicate the disease. The work is a curious blend of psychiatric encyclopedia (the first of its kind, citing nearly 500 medical authors) and literary tour-de-force. It was one of the most popular books of the 17th century, going through five revised editions in Burton's lifetime. Jordan-Smith, Bibliographia Burtoniana, 2. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-02-03 19:59:27
Burton, Robert
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-01-18 03:04:00
Roma: Angelo Ruffineli 1624 Buchblock ohne Deckel, unpg. [57 ff.], 2°, Einband etwas berieben und an den Seitenrändern leicht eingerissen und leicht eselohrig, Seiten stellenweise auch etwas wasserfleckig, Titelblatt am unteren Rand teilweise abgeschnitten, Bleistiftanmerkungen auf dem Vorsatz, sonst unbeschädigt und frisch, sehr selten, sehr guter Zustand.Alte Drucke, Naturwissenschaften, Geometrie
Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská
2015-12-31 16:42:20
Hiob LUDOLF (1624 – 1704) 1683. Copper engraving with orignal colour (green colour with tiny repaired tears and holes, otherwise in a good condition), 42 x 53 cm.
- Highly decorative originally coloured map shows Ethiopia with its provinces, marked are also cities, monasteries, seats of the church, mouintains etc. Ethiopia is an important center of Chistianity and source of history and theology of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. The land was oftern called Kingdom of John the Presbyter, after an obscure figure of the early Church who is either distinguished from or identified with the Apostle John or John the Divine. The engraving is based on a map by Hiob Ludolf. Ludolf (or Job Leutholf; 15 June 1624 – 8 April 1704) was a German orientalist, and "the most illustrious name in Ethiopic scholarship" (Edward Ullendorff, The Ethiopians: An Introduction to Country and People, second edition (London: Oxford University Press, 1965), p. 9). A note on the bottom of the map mentions the map was copied after Hiob's manuscript by his son Christian Ludolf. Rare first state withouth the name of the publisher. The second state, published by Schenk & Valk is more common on the market.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2015-12-25 17:01:16
POPPER, Karl Sir. 1902-1994, österr.-britischer Philosoph.
29 x 20 cm:Karl Popper zu einem Lexikon der Philosophie: ` Sehr viel interessantes Material. (Ich hatte keine Ahnung daß in Frankreich noch 1624 die Todesstrafe auf der Verbreitung der Atomtheorie stand). ...` Versand D: 4,00 EUR Autographen, Philosophie
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2015-12-22 22:17:38
N.N.
Amsterdam, Barent Otsz. 1624. (1) 93 (1) p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (titelpagina plaatselijk verstevigd, licht gebruind. Geuzen Liedboek bestaande uit 85 liederen waarachter de 'Geuse Refereynen'. De titelpagina is gedrukt in rood en zwart met het bekende titelvignet met daarop 'Vive le Gues'. Bij het drukken van dit werk zijn er verbeteringen aangebracht in het zetsel, dit resulteert er in dat er kleine verschillen aan te wijzen zijn binnen dezelfde uitgaves van het jaar 1624.) (1) 93 (1) p. Contemporary Vellum, 8° (titlepage is reinforced at some places, slightly browned. Beggars' Songbook containing 85 songs followed by the 'Geuse Refereynen' i.e. 'Beggars choruses'. The titlepage is printed in red and black with the well-known title vignet with the text 'Vive le Gues'. Small corrections were made while printing this work, because of this you can find small differences within copies of the same edition from 1624.) Beeger, G.W. (1870). Het Geusen Liedboek, p. 23-24 / Kuiper, E.T. (1925). Het Geuzenliedboek naar oude drukken. Deel 2, p. 356-357 / Scheurleer, D.F. (1912). Nederlandsche Liedboeken, p. 133.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2015-12-22 09:56:53
Baudartius, Willem
Arnhem, Jan Jansz. 1624. (gegraveerde titelpagina, 16) 230, 50, 55, 83, 112, 207, 136, 148 p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, Folio (band is plaatselijk gebruind, mist de franse titelpagina met op de achterzijde het portret van Baudartius, rood ex-libris stempel op achterzijde titelpagina drukt wat door. Elf boeken in 1 band. Dit werk is een voortzetting van het werk Van Meteren, en behandelt de geschiedenis van 1603 tot 1619. Een tweede deel werd in 1625 gepubliceerd en behandelt de geschiedenis van 1620 tot 1624. Met 18 gegraveerde portretten buiten de collatie).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2015-12-16 22:34:23
Moscherosch, Johannes Michael
Argentorati, Andreae 1624. Obr. Handschriftl. Seitenzahl durchnummeriert S. 731-764. -Titelbl. etw. lichtr., gebräunt, min stockfl. Dissertation. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Willstätt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Ottmar Müller
2015-12-16 22:34:23
Moscherosch, Johannes Michael
Argentorati Andreae, 1624. Obr. Handschriftl. Seitenzahl durchnummeriert S. 731-764. -Titelbl. etw. lichtr., gebräunt, min stockfl. Dissertation. 35 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Ottmar Müller [Offenburg, Germany]
2015-12-01 23:28:10
Rastell, John; Rastell, William
1624. The First Edition Titled Les Termes de la Ley [Rastell, John (d.1536)]. [Rastell, William (c.1508-1565)]. Les Termes De La Ley: Or, Certaine Difficult and Obscure Words and Termes of the Common Lawes of This Realme Expounded. Now Newly Imprinted, And Much Inlarged and Augmented. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1624. [viii], 311, [1] ff. Text printed in parallel columns in English and Law-French. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and early owner initials (I.M.) to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine, edges rouged. Some rubbing to extremities, a few minor scuffs to boards, corners and spine ends bumped, tiny worm hole to bottom edge of lettering piece, front hinge cracked, front free endpaper partially detached, minor worming to front pastedown, rear hinge starting. Light toning to text, occasional (very) faint dampstaining to margins. Early owner signatures and annotations to front endleaves and title page (of Jacob Marshall, one signature dated 10 August 1632), interior otherwise clean. $1,500. * The first edition entitled Les Termes de la Ley. First published in 1527 by John Rastell, this was both the first English dictionary and first English law dictionary. It was originally written in Law French with the Latin title Expositiones Terminorum Legum Anglorumae. Later editions were produced by his son, William, who is believed to be the editor or translator. (Some sources claim, erroneously, that he is the author.) Quite popular with students and lawyers due to its clarity and concision, it went through at least twe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
2015-11-28 02:46:01
DONATO D'EREMITA, FRA
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-25 16:05:08
Opitz, Martin.
Straßburg, Eberhard Zetzner, 1624. Die von Zincgref veranstaltete höchst seltene allererste Opitzausgabe. Sie wurde ohne Opitz' Wissen aus einem Manuskript, das dieser 1620 in Heidelberg zurückgelassen hatte, zusammengestellt und durch viele andere zeitgenössische und ältere Gedichte vermehrt. Damit hatte Zincgref nicht nur eine Anthologie des Heidelberger Dichterkreises zusammengestellt, sondern auch das erste Denkmal der Renaissancedichtung geschaffen, das er dazu mit einer wichtigen literarhistorischen Einleitung versah. Opitz beklagte das Erscheinen der Sammlung. Er sah, vor allem durch seine Jugendgedichte, die er in dieser Form nicht mehr anerkannte, seine hochfliegenden Pläne gefährdet. Sein 'Buch von der Poeterey' (1624) und die 'Acht Bücher Deutscher Poematum' von 1625 erschienen danach, mit durch diese Ausgabe veranlasst, gleichsam als Korrektur. "Man weiß, wie sehr diese . Sammlung und Herausgabe seiner Gedichte . Opitz verstimmt hat. Doch, fähig und willens, alles Gegebene zu verwerten, bedient er sich des Buches vorläufig, ja dediciert es Gönnern, wenn auch mit der einschränkenden Bemerkung, die Gedichte seien 'ab aliis collecta et edita', solange bis er seine eigene Ausgabe fertiggestellt hat . Neben den älteren, noch aus dem vorigen Jahrhundert hereinragenden Dichtern, wie Melissus, ist besonders Weckherlin durch eine ganze Reihe seiner Jugendgedichte vertreten, unter ihnen das berühmte Kriegslied 'Frisch auf, Ihr dapffere Soldaten'. Äußerst wichtig ist die ausführliche literarhistorische Einleitung Z's, in der er, das vergangene Jahrhundert zurückschauend, d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein [Berlin, Germany]
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2015-11-24 20:46:48
BARONIUS, CAESAR & ABRAHAM BZOVIUS. - [THE GREATEST HISTORY OF THE CHURCH EVER WRITTEN]
Köln, Ioannis Gymnici, Antonius Boetzer, 1624 a. 1621-1640. Folio. (40 x 26 cm.). Bound in 8 (thick) uniform contemp. full pigskin over wood. Raised bands and richly blindtooled covers. Titlelabels with gilt lettering. Clasps missing. Spines a bit rubbed. Wear to some spineends. Some upper compartments with nicks, one volume having a tear in leather at upper compartment. One volume having a small loss of leather also at upper compartement. With engraved title-page, engraved portrait of Baronius, engraved portrait of pope Urban VII. More than 10000 pp. Printed in double-columns. In general internally fine. ¶ Baronius's monumental work (with its continuation by Bzovius up to the year 1565) hailed by Roman Catholic writers as the greatest history of the church ever written and Baronius hailed as the "father of ecclestical history" (1-12 dealt with Anno 1-1198 and volume13 -20, Anno 1198-1565)."The Annales were first published between 1588 and 1607. This work functioned as an official response to the Lutheran Historia Ecclesiae Christi (History of the Church of Christ). In that work the Magdeburg theologians surveyed the history of the Christian church in order to demonstrate how the Catholic Church represented the Antichrist and had deviated from the beliefs and practices of the early church. In turn, the Annales fully supported the claims of the papacy to lead the unique true church."Before Baronius was appointed Librarian of the Vatican in 1597, he had access to material and sources in its archives that were previously unpublished or unused. He used these in the development … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2015-11-23 22:41:06
POMODORO, Giovanni
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-18 22:36:55
NAHER OSTEN (Near East):
- kolorierter Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius aus Theatri Orbis Terrarum Parergon b. Balthasar Moretus in Antwerpen, 1624, 31 x 48 van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps (Second revised edition), Nr. 184; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 0821H:31. - Shows the old eastern part of the world (Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, Palästina, Irak, Iran) with 2 inset maps from the world ('Typus Orbis ad Investigandum Ophir' - not by Shirley) and from Judea ('Iudaeae amplior descriptio'). - The map shows the route of Abraham from Ur to Sichem. - Text surrounding the map in seven columns. - Zeigt die alte östliche Welt mit der Türkei, Zypern, Palastina, Irak und dem Iran mit 2 Insetkarten der Welt und einer Karte von Judäa. - Die Karte umgeben von 7 Spalten mit Text. - Die Karte mit Einzeichnung des Weges von Abraham von Ur nach Sichem. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2015-11-18 11:54:20
Du Moulin, Charles, 1500-1566
Sumptibus Frobrt Fouet, Via Iacobaea Sub Insigni Temporis & Occasionis, Lutetiae Prisorum 1624 - Charles Dumoulin (or Dumolin, Latinized Molinaeus) was noted for his works on jurisprudence and all aspects of Roman law as well as canon and customary law claiming that he was the chief expert on law over anyone in France or Germany. His learnedness was mixed with a desire to upset the system; consequently, he became a Protestant and attacked the Council of Trent which led to his imprisonment in Paris. The Printer's device sweeping through history is accompanied with the Latin phrase HANC ACIEM SOLA RETUNDIT VIRTUS or in one translation "Virtue alone withstands this blade". Volume I lacks the original title page.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA [Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.]
2015-11-17 23:50:30
DU PERRON Cardinal
A Paris, par Antoine Estienne, 1624. In - folio (35 x 22 cm) reliure plein veau sombre du temps, dos restauré en basane brune à nerfs décoré de filets, fleurons et titres dorés, double filets sur les plats, 4 f., 231 p., 12 f. n. ch. (table). Trois feuillets avec des restaurations anciennes ; large auréole sur 2 feuillets et petite auréole en marge sur 2 feuillets. Antoine Estienne (Genève 1594 - Paris 1674) fils de Paul, imprimeur Français, dernier imprimeur d'une lignée qui en compta cinq (dont le plus célèbre - Robert Estienne son arrière - grand - père - qui fut également humaniste). Antoine poursuit des études à Lyon, avant de se rendre à Paris à l'âge de dix - huit ans. Il embrasse la religion catholique et obtient en 1614 le titre d'imprimeur du roi et du clergé. Le cardinal Du Perron, son protecteur, lui fait accorder une pension de 500 livres qu'il cesse de percevoir dès la mort du prélat. Il réimprime pour la société des libraires de Paris les Pères grecs, et publie d'autres ouvrages importants, tels que la Bible de Morin, l'Aristote de Duval, Strabon, Xénophon, Plutarque, etc. Antoine, devenu infirme et aveugle, se voit obligé de solliciter une place à l'Hôtel - Dieu de Paris, où il meurt en 1674, à l'âge de 80 ans. Le présent ouvrage présente en page de titre la fameuse marque d'imprimeur de son arrière grand - père (homme sous un olivier portant la devise "Noli altum sapere"). Robert, fut contrait de s'exiler à Genève pour ses convictions religieuses, mal considérées par la Sorbonne... Son arrière petit - fils se converti lui au catholicisme et imprima des text … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Lucas Philippe
2015-11-15 13:04:43
DU PERRON Cardinal
1624. relié. DeCollection. A Paris, par Antoine Estienne, 1624. In-folio (35 x 22 cm) reliure plein veau sombre du temps, dos restauré en basane brune à nerfs décoré de filets, fleurons et titres dorés, double filets sur les plats, 4 f., 231 p., 12 f. n. ch. (table). Trois feuillets avec des restaurations anciennes ; large auréole sur 2 feuillets et petite auréole en marge sur 2 feuillets. Antoine Estienne (Genève 1594 - Paris 1674) fils de Paul, imprimeur Français, dernier imprimeur d'une lignée qui en compta cinq (dont le plus célèbre - Robert Estienne son arrière-grand-père - qui fut également humaniste). Antoine poursuit des études à Lyon, avant de se rendre à Paris à l'âge de dix-huit ans. Il embrasse la religion catholique et obtient en 1614 le titre d'imprimeur du roi et du clergé. Le cardinal Du Perron, son protecteur, lui fait accorder une pension de 500 livres qu'il cesse de percevoir dès la mort du prélat. Il réimprime pour la société des libraires de Paris les Pères grecs, et publie d'autres ouvrages importants, tels que la Bible de Morin, l'Aristote de Duval, Strabon, Xénophon, Plutarque, etc. Antoine, devenu infirme et aveugle, se voit obligé de solliciter une place à l'Hôtel-Dieu de Paris, où il meurt en 1674, à l'âge de 80 ans. Le présent ouvrage présente en page de titre la fameuse marque d'imprimeur de son arrière grand-père (homme sous un olivier portant la devise "Noli altum sapere"). Robert, fut contrait de s'exiler à Genève pour ses convictions religieuses, mal considérées par la Sorbonne... Son arrière petit-fils se converti lui au catholicisme et … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-07 22:22:39
WESTON, Edward
Saint Omer: English College Press], Bruges, 1624. First edition. Small 8vo., pp. 32. Roman letter with some Italic. Woodcut device on t-p, one floriated woodcut initial at start, 19th-century marbled end-papers. A very little spotting in places, some upper margins rather closely cropped affecting a few page numbers, a good copy in 17th-century calf, gilt, re-backed, with ‘REPAIR AT HANOVER’ gilt on spine, all edges blue. FIRST AND ONLY EARLY EDITION of Edward Weston’s epistolary treatise, which takes as its subject the apparent slander of the Featly of the title, a Protestant Minister based in London and attempts to refute it. Addressed to ‘Two fathers of the Society of Jesus’, the Catholic Weston’s anger is directed at a pamphlet written by Featly – The Fisher catched in his own net, 1623 – and was especially kindled by three comments. The first centres on a remark Featly claims Weston made on the topic of an argument between the two fathers addressed by the treatise (John Percy, alias Fisher, and John Sweet) and Featly and White – another Protestant Minister – concerning two Earls who converted to Catholicism. Weston denounces Featlye’s written treatment of him as ‘childish, uncivill, & no small demonstrance of the great weakness of his religion’, indeed dismissing the entire pamphlet, rather charmingly, as ‘meere aëriall babblements’. After all, he acknowledges, it is the natural inclination of a Protestant to ‘invent & blaze out lyes’. Weston’s narration of the affair provides a fascinating insight into the tensions between Catholics and Protestants in early seventeenth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-07 22:22:39
WESTON, Edward
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-07 11:21:41
[MANUSCRIPT - WIC - BRAZIL].
For background information: C.R. Boxer, The Dutch in Brazil 1624-1654. Sailing instructions written in Dutch, for a route along the coast of the enemy-controlled (Portuguese) territories from "Spiritu Sancto" (Vila do Espírito Santo, now Vila Velha just south of Vitória) to Rio de Janeiro, about 400 kilometres, and part of the return trip. It gives a detailed description of the coast, ports, islands, distinctive shapes of promontories, etc., as well as information about sand bars, depths, the safest places to put ashore at night, etc. The Dutch West India Company (WIC) fought to capture Portugal's lucrative colonies in Brazil, but the coast described here always remained in Portuguese hands. It was therefore enemy territory when the present sailing instructions were written. The document mentions several settlements and islands along the coast by name, including Ilha de Sant' Anna, Cabo Frio and "Bara Garniosa" (Barra de São João?). The document is carefully and neatly written and seems to be a formal report, probably written up by the WIC, based on information provided by mariners.In very good condition, with faint traces of old folds and a small tear at the head and foot of the centre fold.
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2015-10-03 18:46:04
Rastell, John; Rastell, William
1624. The First Edition Titled Les Termes de la Ley [Rastell, John (d.1536)]. [Rastell, William (c.1508-1565)]. Les Termes De La Ley: Or, Certaine Difficult and Obscure Words and Termes of the Common Lawes of This Realme Expounded. Now Newly Imprinted, And Much Inlarged and Augmented. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1624. [viii], 311, [1] ff. Text printed in parallel columns in English and Law-French. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and early owner initials (I.M.) to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine, edges rouged. Some rubbing to extremities, a few minor scuffs to boards, corners and spine ends bumped, tiny worm hole to bottom edge of lettering piece, front hinge cracked, front free endpaper partially detached, minor worming to front pastedown, rear hinge starting. Light toning to text, occasional (very) faint dampstaining to margins. Early owner signatures and annotations to front endleaves and title page (of Jacob Marshall, one signature dated 10 August 1632), interior otherwise clean. * The first edition entitled Les Termes de la Ley. First published in 1527 by John Rastell, this was both the first English dictionary and first English law dictionary. It was originally written in Law French with the Latin title Expositiones Terminorum Legum Anglorumae. Later editions were produced by his son, William, who is believed to be the editor or translator. (Some sources claim, erroneously, that he is the author.) Quite popular with students and lawyers due to its clarity and concision, it went through at least twenty-five … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-09-30 11:33:26
Castillo. Julián del, / Fr. Gerónimo de Castro y Castillo (hijo).
- Madrid. Imp. Luis Sanchez. 1624. 28x20 cm. portada recortada y montada + 13 h. de erratas, tassa, privilegio, licencia, dedicatoria, grabado de personaje y un escudo heráldico + 491 págs. se repite el pie de imprenta + 18 h. de tabla de los Reyes. Texto a dos columnas. Grandes letras capitulares. Pleno pergamino época, falto de un trocito en el lomo, lacería de cierre. Faltas: primeras hojas con pequeña rotura sin afectar a la lectura, grabado del escudo y última hoja reproducido en papel antiguo. Falto del árbol Genealógico. La pág. 491 pone 461. # hª España [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda
2015-09-21 06:36:35
SARPI (Paolo)
s.e., Lione (ma Venezia), 1624. In 8, pp. (2b) + (2) + 328. Ex libris al controp. ant. Annotazioni manoscritte alla prima carta di sguardia e firmaÂal fr.ÂPiccolo restauro con reintegro di carta al fr. Piccolissima gora all'ang. est. sup. delle prime 40 cc. Esemplare rifilato ai margg. Legatura in p. pg. ottocentesca. Edizione con falso luogo di stampa (Lione) ma stampata a VeneziaÂda Pinelli, che si inserisce nell'elenco degli scritti sarpiani o a lui attribuibili editi tra il 1619 e il 1625 e pubblicati, appunto, con falso luogo di stampa per ragioni di ordine politico e di contrasto fra la Repubblica di Venezia e lo Stato pontificio a seguito della vertenza dell'Interdetto scoppiata nel 1606 a causa dell'arresto a Venezia di dueÂpreti cattolici accusati di reati comuni.ÂA scatenare la reazione del Papato fu il fatto che le autorita' veneziane si rifiutassero di riconoscere che il clero costituiva un corpo a se', con un suo diritto e i suoi tribunali, e cheÂnon era quindi sotto la giurisdizione degli Stati. Paolo V minaccio' di porre l'interdetto sulla citta', ossia di colpirla con una sorta di scomunica collettiva che avrebbe posto Venezia al di fuori della Chiesa, imponendo ogni forma di amministrazione dei sacramenti:Âl'ultimatum papale fu respinto ed il papa mise in atto quanto aveva minacciato. Seguirono mesi caratterizzati da grande tensione e da un conflitto dottrinale, combattuto a colpi diÂpamphlet. Nella 'battaglia di scritture' che infurio' tra Roma e Venezia, il governo veneziano pote' valersi di un 'consigliere giuridico' d'eccezione, il frate Paolo Sarpi, uo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Coenobium Libreria antiquaria [Asti, Italy]
2015-08-26 13:44:18
DONATO d'EREMITA, Fra
Bookseller: WP Watson Antiquarian Books [London, United Kingdom]
2015-08-22 09:59:06
Oudin, César
Paris: Pierre Billaine 8vo (17.4 cm, 6.9"). [8], 296 pp.. 1624 Quintessential Spanish folklore and wit, translated for French readers: Each of these alphabetically organized proverbs is given in the original Spanish printed in roman type, followed by the French in italics. At the back of the volume is a section of => rhymed proverbs taken from Alonso Guajardo Fajardo's Proverbios morales (with non-rhyming French). This is the third edition, corrected and expanded, following the first of 1605. The compiler was a French polyglot, grammarian, and translator to King Louis XIII; he holds the distinction of having been the first person to render Don Quixote in French. Contemporary vellum, spine with hand-inked title; vellum dust-soiled and moderately cockled, ties lacking. Front pastedown with early cataloguing slip affixed, back pastedown with small inked annotation in French, dated 1778. Faint to moderate waterstaining throughout; scattered small areas of worming, mostly in outer margins but touching a few letters barely. Occasional small pencilled marks of emphasis. A solid and very readable copy.
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