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        Geschichtreden: Das ist, Freywillige Gemüts-Schertze. Zu löblichen Tugenden und Sitten, auch zierlicher Wohlredenheit aus Italiänischer in unsere . Mutter-sprach übersetzt durch . den Unglückseligen. 10 Bl., 275 S. Mit doppelblattgr. gestoch. Frontispiz. 12°. Pergamentbd d. Z. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Nürnberg, Michael Endter, 1661. - Sehr seltene Übersetzungsarbeit Stubenbergs, zuerst 1652 erschienen. Stubenberg lebte seinerzeit – als Protestant in Österreich verfolgt – zurückgezogen auf der Schallaburg. Seine ersten literarischen Übersetzungen trugen ihm 1648 die Aufnahme in die Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft ein. Mit Widmungsgedichten von Harsdörffer („Der Spielende") und ihm selbst. – Frontispiz im Falz schmal auf den Innendeckel montiert. Gutes Exemplar. – VD17 23:327670D; Dünnhaupt 6.2; Bircher 316. Nicht bei Faber du Faur.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein]
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        Bedencken/ wie man sich/ nechst G"ttlicher Hlff vor dem Schlag oder Gwalt GOttes/ vorsehen und bewahren solle. Sampt einem kurtzen Bericht/ wie man sich im Nothfall und Abwesenheit eines Medici bey einer vom Schlag getroffenen Persohn verhalten solle.

      Ulm Balthasar Khnen ; 1661 - (EA); ca 16x10 cm; 134 (2) Seiten; Pergamenteinband d. Zt. (Einband geringfgig fleckig, sonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar) Seltene erste Ausgabe des Buches ber den Schlaganfall (Gehirnschlag). [Bedenken, wie man sich, nebst g"ttlicher Hilfe, vor dem Schlag oder Gewalt Gottes vorsehen und bewahren solle]. Mit dem meist fehlenden letzten Blatt mit dem Druckfehlerverzeichnis. 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien]
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        Les Mémoires de Messire Philippe de Commines, Sr d'Argenton. Dernière édition.

      Gabriel Quinet, Paris 1661 - Petit in-12, frontispice, page de titre, adresse à Monseigneur le Marquis de Montausier par les Elzeviers (3 ff.), avertissement aux lecteurs (3 ff.) citations des Essais de Montaigne et de Lipse (1 f.), sommaire (3 ff.), 765 pp., table (8 ff.) [A-Z 12 Aa-Ii12 K6]. Plein maroquin rouge, dos à 4 nerfs, filets et fleurons sur les plats et le dos, tranches dorées. Tranchefile partiellement détaché, un coin cassé, épidermures, petit trou de vers au dos, fente d'un cm au mors, deux cahiers légèrement déboités, sinon exemplaire complet. Edition parisienne établie sur celle parue en 1648 à Leyde par les frères Elzevier. Exemplaire portant plusieurs marques de possesseurs à la plume sur la page de titre (Bailly et un autre possesseur plus ancien biffé) et sur une garde : ex dono "de Montreuil" daté de 1690. A la mine de plomb sur le premier feuillet blanc "ex-libris Marguerite Duras" (possiblement contrefait). Langue : Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A TREATISE OF THE SIBYLS, SO HIGHLY CELEBRATED, AS WELL BY THE ANTIENT HEATHENS, AS THE HOLY FATHERS OF THE CHURCH; GIVING AN ACCOMPT OF THE NAMES, AND NUMBER OF THE SIBYLS; OF THEIR QUALITIES, THE FORM AND MATTER OF THEIR VERSES; AS ALSO OF THE BOOKS NOW EXTANT BELIEVED TO BE SIBYLINE, AND THE ERROURS CREPT INTO CHRISTIAN RELIGION, BY OCCASION THEREOF; PARTICULARLY, CONCERNING THE MIDDLE STATE OF SOULS. WRITTEN ORIGINALLY BY DAVID BLONDEL; ENGLISHED BY J. D

      London: Printed by T. R. for the Authour, and are to be sold by Thomas Dring, at the George in Fleet-Street, near Clifford's-Inne, 1661. First English Language Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Expertly rebound in antique-style calf, paneled in blind, raised bands, gilt morocco label. Original binding?'s armorial bookplate of ?"Henry Peirse of Bedall in Yorkshire Esq?" retained in front pastedown. Minor toning and occasional minor foxing. Near fine. First edition in English (issue with Dring imprint), after the original French edition, published as DES SIBYLLES CELEBRÉES... in 1649. An important work of 17th-century scholarship denying the authenticity of the Sibylline oracles and the Catholic practice of prayers for the dead. David Blondel (1591-1655) was a French Calvinist clergyman and professor of history at Amsterdam, later praised by Voltaire, Diderot, and other leading voices of the French Enlightenment. In the present work, Blondel examines the Oracula Sibyllina cited by early Church Fathers as ancient pagan anticipations of Christ and evidence for certain Christian eschatological views. The Oracula comprised twelve to fourteen books believed to record utterances of the Sibyls of ancient Greece, women associated with religious shrines who spoke in frenzied states as channels of the gods. The writings in question began experiencing renewed interest during the mid-16th century, when rediscovered manuscripts were printed for the first time in Basel and Paris. This coincided with Reformation-era controversies on the Catholic doctrine of Purgatory, which the Sibylline Oracles seemed to support. In his investigations, Blondel found strong evidence for the Oracula to be later Christian forgeries, whose acceptance he discusses here as an example of human propensity for error, even among revered early Christian writers. Caillet 1235 (original edition). ESTC R223826. Wing B3220A.

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        BAYERN. - Karte. "Bavariae olim Vindeliciae auctore Philippi Apiani". Karte des altbayerischen Gebietes.

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von de Wit, dat. 1661, 38 x 48,5 cm. Mit schöner Wappenkartusche und Meilenzeiger. - Breitrandig.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Hora Novissima, dat is Laetste Uyre. Ofte een Klare verhandelingh van de Scheppinge, ende ondergangh des Werelts. Zijnde een Oogen-salve, om te sien de laetste tijden.

      Amsterdam, Arent van den Heuvel, en Baltus Boeckholt 1661 - 2 delen in 1 band, (titelprent, 30) 191, 294 (16) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 8° (enkele vochtvlekken achterin)

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        Lexicon philosophicum terminorum philosophis usitatorum [.] Editio secunda ab ipse authore correcta et aucta [.]

      Stettin Michael Hšpfner fŸr Jeremias Mamphras 1661 - 4to. Gest. Frontispiz, (2) Bl., (18) Tafeln, 1409 Spalten, (64) Bl. Register. Zeitgenšssischer Pergamentband. In den RŠndern hin und wieder einige Stockflecken. Besitzereintrag aus 1661 auf dem Titelblatt."This is the most important dictionary of German philosophy after that of Gšckel" (Tonelli, Subject dictionaries, 1971, S. 2

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        L'Office de la Semaine Saincte, selon le Missel & le Breviaire Romain

      Paris: par la Compagnie de Libraires, 1661. 5 engraved plates, 3 full-page illustrations to text. [iv], 832 (of ?) pp, incomplete at end. Text in French and Latin, ruled in red throughout. 12mo. Contemporary maroon morocco, covers stamped in gilt with repeating crowned monogram and arms of MARIA THERESA OF SPAIN AS QUEEN OF FRANCE, spine stamped in gilt with monogram in 6 compartments, a.e.g. Front joint just starting, small tear to title-page, scattered staining to text. Bookplate. 5 engraved plates, 3 full-page illustrations to text. [iv], 832 (of ?) pp, incomplete at end. Text in French and Latin, ruled in red throughout. 12mo. A royal French binding for Maria Theresa of Spain as Queen of France. Olivier 2506, stamps 1 & 4 (for binding)

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        ARCHITETTURA CIVILE DEMOSTRATIVAMENTE PROPORTIONATA ET ACCRESCIUTA DI NUOVE REGOLE Con l'uso delle quali si facilita l'Inventione d'ogni dovuta proportione nelli Cinque Ordini. E col ritrovamento d'un nuovo strumento angolare....

      Milano, nella Stampa Archiepiscopale, 1661. In-4 (mm. 325x216), mz. pergam. antica con ang. (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 5 cc.nn., 406 pp.num., 3 cc.nn. (di Indice). "Mancano:" l'antip. allegorica che rappresenta le Belle Arti e la tav. con il ritratto dell'A. (qui entrambe riprodotte su carta antica). Il vol. è illustrato nel t. da 5 tavv. inc. in rame (che raffigurano le colonne di ciascun ordine), ed è ornato da testat., iniziali, finali e numerosis. figg. nel t., tutte inc. su legno. "Prima edizione". Cfr. Comolli,IV, p. 4-5, che dell'opera precisa: "merita riguardi, e per la dottrina che contiene, e per la rarità degli esemplari, interi specialmente" - Berlin Katalog,I,2619 - Cicognara,589 - Riccardi,I,222: "Raro e pregiato. Nella prima parte tratta delle operazioni e divisioni delle linee rette col compasso aperto a caso." Aloni al frontesp. che è stato restaur. per manc. (da un max. di cm. 15 a cm. 7) con trascriz. a mano del testo mancante, fatto a regola d'arte; prime 4 cc. restaur. per piccola manc. margin.; alone al marg. bianco inf. che intacca un certo numero di carte, ma complessivam. buon esempl. su carta forte.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        Anno Regni Caroli II Regis Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Decimo Tertio At the Parliament begun at Westminster, the Eighth day of May, Anno Dom 1661 [with nineteen other statutory compilations through the first Parliament of James II]

      London: Printed, by John Bill and Christopher Barker [imprints vary], 1661-85. Twenty works in nine volumes, six in contemporary calf (one rebacked), three in modern bindings, some showing wear, but all sound; the Taussig copies An extensive collection of compilations of Parliamentary legislation published during the quarter century reign of Charles II and thereafter, all rare, including the Act of Uniformity, the Licensing Act, the Habeas Corpus Act, and much in addition

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        DIFINICIONES DE LA ORDEN Y CAVALLERIA DE CALATRAVA conforme al Capitvlo general celebrado en Madrid año de MDCLII.

      Diego Díaz de la Carrera, Madrid 1661 - Folio, 11h, 672p, falta frontis grab, grab. de Felipe IV, la mayor parte de la portada, trozo inferior de e2, margen de pág. 131 y dos últimas páginas de la tabla general. Pergamino. - Palau 69835 y 73885. 1661

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        BY THE KING. A PROCLAMATION, AGAINST EXPORTATION, AND BUYING AND SELLING OF GOLD AND SILVER AT HIGHER RATES THAN IN OUR MINT: AS ALSO AGAINST OUR CULLING, WASHING, OR OTHERWISE DIMINISHING OUR CURRENT MONEYS

      [London: John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1661].. 4,[1] leaves. Printed on five separate oblong folio sheets, mounted on stiff card. Minor dust soiling, with the ex-lib. mark of the Bibliotheca Lindesiana. Good. This proclamation orders a halt to the exportation of gold and silver in response to a lack of both in circulation throughout the British empire. This paucity of hard coin is attributed to the widespread practice of buying up gold and silver at inflated prices with the specific design of exporting it to foreign countries. The proclamation makes it clear that the law also extends to the activities of British merchants acting abroad. This law was enacted contemporaneously with the infamous navigation acts which began in 1660 and limited the trade of the colonies to Great Britain exclusively. The present law would have been a similar blow to the colonies by prohibiting the exportation of British currency to other nations, thus serving as a further restriction on their trade. Extremely rare. OCLC locates only one copy, at the Guildhall Library. WING C3214. STEELE 3309-10. GOLDSMITHS 1610. OCLC 25470423.

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        Vetustas, sanctimonia, potentia atque majestas, celsissimæ augustissimæque, serenissimorum ducum Brunsvicensium ac Luneburgensium domus, antiquis aliquot, & nunquam hactenus editis monumentis, ostensa, á Ioachimo Iohanne Madero Hannoverano.

      - Helmstad, Henningus Mullerus, 1661. 4to. (8),+ 179,+ (1) pp. Bound together with: ADAM of BREMEN || MADER, J. J. (Ed). M. Adami, scriptoris vetusti, historia ecclesiastica, religionis propagatæ gesta, ex Hammaburgensi potissimum atque Bremensi ecclesiis, per vicina septentrionis regna, libri IV, repræsentans. Cum aliis antiquis monumentis, partim nunc primum, edidit Joachimus Johan Maderus. Helmstad, Henningi Mulleri, 1670. 4to. (16),+ 163,+ (13),+ 175-201, 102-129, 110-116, 237-252,+ (20) pp. Bound together with: GERVASE of Tilbury || MADER, J. J. (Ed). De imperio romano et gottorum, lombardorum, brittonum, francorum, anglorumque regnis, commentatio, et ipsius otiis i,perialibus ad Ottonem IV imperatorem, cum alii, quæ aversa monstrat pagina, nunc primum edita a Joachimo Johanne Madero. Helmstad, Henrici Davidis Mulleri, 1673. 4to. (40),+ 148,+ (1) pp. Bound together with: ENGELHUS, Dietrich || MADER, J. J. (Ed.). Chronicon M. Theodorici Engelhusii, continens res ecclesiæ et reipublicae, ab orbe condito ad annum christi circiter M CCCCXX . Ex codicibus nunc primum edidit Joachimus Johan Maderus. Helmstad, Henningi Mulleri, 1671. 4to. (12),+ 300,+ (32) pp. Contemporary full vellum, spine with handwritten title in ink. Sammelband with four works edited by Joachim Johannes Mader (1626-1680), German historian and bibliograph. He worked for the Wolfenbüttel library and the academy in Helmstadt and become principal for the gymnasium at Schoeningen. His edition of Adam of Bremen is one of the best and most important. Gervase of Tilbury or Gervasius Tilberiensis was a 13th century canon lawyer, statesman and writer. Dietrich Engelhus or Theoderich Engelhusen (c 1362-1434) was a Germen teacher and augustiner in Wittenberg. He is most known for this Weltchronic, ?Chronicon continens res ecclesiæ et reipublicae?.

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        Les merveilles des Indes orientales ou nouveau traitté des pierres precieuses & perles, contenant leur vraye nature, dureté, couleurs & vertus: chacune placée selon son ordre & degré, suivant la cognoissance des marchands orfévres. Auquel est adjouté une petite table fort exacte, pour connoitre en un instant à quel tiltre les marchands orphevres de Paris, & les autres dans toutes les principalles villes presque de toute l'Europe, travaillent l'or & l'argent.

      Paris, C. Lambin, 1661. - 4to. (12), 112 pp. With engr. portrait frontispiece of Anne Marie Louise d'Orleans and numerous pretty woodcut initials and tailpieces. Contemp. richly gilt calf, leading edges and spine gilt (tiny defect to upper spine-end and hinge). Marbled pastedowns. First edition of this rare work on precious stones and pearls found in the East and West Indies, written by a Parisian "marchand orphèvre". Dedicated to "La Grande Mademoiselle" Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess of Montpensier and niece of Louis XIII, with her finely engraved portrait by L. Boissevin (which, according to Graesse, is frequently lacking). This "very early, and important treatise on gemstones, gold & silver" (Sinkankas) includes a chapter dedicated exclusively to pearls, a subject with which the author was especially familiar (cf. ibid.), and the Persian Gulf is stated as one of the main locations of pearl fishing: "on pesche les perles en divers endroits du monde. Dans le Golfe Persique, principalement aux environs de l'Isle d'Ormus & Bassora: aupres de Baroyn [i.e., Bahrain], Catiffa, Iuffa, Camaron, & autres lieux de ce Golfe [.]" (p. 74). "The first chapter attempts to reconcile differing views of various writers, as cited by Berquen, on the origin of gemstones and precious metals, with following chapters taking up the principal gemstones, and some minor ones, as diamond, sapphire, topaz, ruby, spinel, emerald, amethyst, aquamarine, hyacinth, opal, chrysolite, iris, vermeille, garnets, carnelian, turquoise, quartz varieties, pearl, coral and amber, and lastly, a chapter on gold and silver [.] Both [the first and the second edition] are rare (Sinkankas, p. 97f.). - Insignificant waterstain and occasional slight worming, mainly confined to upper margin. A good copy in an elaborately decorated contemporary French binding. Sinkankas 592. Sabin 4957. Brunet VI, 4780. Graesse I, 348. Ferguson II, 295 (note). Cf. Duveen 71 (1669 second ed.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Relatione della Christianità di Maduré fatta da padri missionarii della Compagnia di Giesù della provincia del Malavàr. Roma, per Angelo Bernabò del Verme, 1661.

      1661 1661 - Pp. (xvi), 255, 254-286, 285-385, (3). Contemporary full calf, flat spine decorated in gilt, expertly restored. With gilt armorial stamp of Jacques-Auguste II de Thou on covers (combined with the arms of Gasparde la Chastre, his second wife). Armorial ink stamp on title page. Occasionally some waterstaining and browning. Final leaf (with index) repaired with loss of a few letters on its recto. First edition of this account of the Madura mission by an Italian jesuit. Giancinto de Magistris (1605-68), served in the province of Malabar, and returned to Rome to report to the papacy on the revolt of the St. Thomas Christians of the Serra. Carayon 994. De Backer-Sommervogel V, 313. See Olivier 216, 8 for the arm of Jacques-Auguste II de Thou (1609-77). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Grammatica linguae persicae. Auctore patre fratre Ignatio à Jesu carmelita discalcato missionario, & vicario residentiae Tripolis, & Montis Libani.

      Rome, typis Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1661. - Small 4to. (2), 60 pp. Modern contemporary-style ivory vellum, handwritten title on spine. Extremely rare first edition of this valuable Persian grammar printed in Rome on the presses of the "Propaganda Fide". The third work of this kind, preceded only by those of Louis de Dieu (Leiden 1639) and of Greaves (London 1649). Willems notes that G. B. Raimondi, as early as 1614, produced a grammar in Rome for the use of missionaries which remained virtually unknown in the west, but this existed only in manuscript. The grammars of Greaves and of the present author were both "largely based on De Dieu" (Smitskamp). - Ignazio di Gesù (Carlo Leonelli) was a 17th century Italian missionary. He "belonged to the Order of Discalced Carmelites, and preached the Gospel in Turkey, Asia Minor, Armenia, and Persia, where he stayed over a long period. He especially tried to convert to the Catholic faith the so-called sectarians of Saint John (in eastern Mendaï). He returned to Rome in 1650" (cf. Hoefer). An account of his travels was included in the collection of Thevenot. His present small work, though not the work of an orientalist nor indeed a scholar, is still a true grammar based on elements collected during the author's journeys. - Some light foxing and browning as common, slight abrasion on title (vignette very slightly affected), lacks final blank leaf. Old library shelfmark in ink to title. A very good copy. Brunet III, 405. Schwab 863. Smitskamp 310 c. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Anno Regni Caroli II. Regis Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Decimo Tertio. At the Parliament begun at Westminster, the Eighth day of May, Anno Dom. 1661 [with nineteen other statutory compilations through the first Parliament of James II]

      An extensive collection of compilations of Parliamentary legislation published during the quarter century reign of Charles II and thereafter, all rare, including the Act of Uniformity, the Licensing Act, the Habeas Corpus Act, and much in addition. Twenty works in nine volumes, six in contemporary calf (one rebacked), three in modern bindings, some showing wear, but all sound; the Taussig copies. Printed, by John Bill and Christopher Barker [imprints vary], London, 1661-85.

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        Grammatica linguae persicae. Auctore patre fratre Ignatio a Jesu carmelita discalcato missionario, & vicario residentiae Tripolis, & Montis Libani.

      Rome, typis Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1661.. Small 4to. (2), 60 pp. Modern contemporary-style ivory vellum, handwritten title on spine.. Extremely rare first edition of this precious Persian grammar printed in Rome on the presses of the "Propaganda Fide". The third work of this kind, preceded only by those of Louis de Dieu (Leiden 1639) and of Greaves (London 1649). Willems notes that G. B. Raimondi, as early as 1614, produced a grammar in Rome for the use of missionaries which remained virtually unknown in the west, but this existed only in manuscript. The grammars of Greaves and of the present author were both "largely based on De Dieu" (Smitskamp). - Ignazio di Gesu (Carlo Leonelli) was a 17th century Italian missionary. He "belonged to the Order of Discalced Carmelites, and preached the Gospel in Turkey, Asia Minor, Armenia, and Persia, where he stayed over a long period. He especially tried to convert to the Catholic faith the so-called sectarians of Saint John (in eastern Mendai). He returned to Rome in 1650" (cf. Hoefer). An account of his travels was included in the collection of Thevenot. His present small work, though not the work of an orientalist nor indeed a scholar, is still a true grammar based on elements collected during the author's journeys. - Some light foxing and browning as common, slight abrasion on title (vignette very slightly affected), lacks final blank leaf. Old library shelfmark in ink to title. A very good copy. - Brunet III, 405. Schwab 863. Smitskamp 310 c.

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        Maniliani Bononiensis monumenti historico-mystica lectio EDITION ORIGINALE

      Boboniae: HH. de Ducciis, 1661. Fine. HH. de Ducciis, Boboniae 1661, In 4 (16x22cm), (8) 37pp., broché. - Edition originale. Rare. Illustrée d'un frontispice à l'emblème du cardinal Mazarin et d'une planche hors texte représentant un cippe (monument funéraire) trouvé à Bologne en 1601. Absent à la British Library, mais un exemplaire à Oxford. Broché, sous papier ivoire. Un mouillure claire et pâle sur l'ensemble du volume en marge haute. Présentation et interprétation de la stèle funéraire du centurion Manilius Quintus Cordus (Ier siècle av. J. C.) par le philologue Alessandro Nigri. La stèle se trouve aujourd'hui au musée de Bologne. L'auteur cite d'autres inscriptions dont trois relatives à des tauroboles (sacrifice de taureaux). --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. Illustrée d'un frontispice à l'emblème du cardinal Mazarin et d'une planche hors texte représentant un cippe (monument funéraire) trouvé à Bologne en 1601. Absent à la British Library, mais un exemplaire à Oxford. Broché, sous papier ivoire. Un mouillure claire et pâle sur l'ensemble du volume en marge haute. Présentation et interprétation de la stèle funéraire du centurion Manilius Quintus Cordus (Ier siècle av. J. C.) par le philologue Alessandro Nigri. La stèle se trouve aujourd'hui au musée de Bologne. L'auteur cite d'autres inscriptions dont trois relatives à des tauroboles (sacrifice de taureaux).

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        C. IULII CAESARIS QUE EXSTANT, CUM SELECTIS VARIORUM COMMENTARIIS, quorum plerique novi, operâ et studio Arnoldi Montani. Accedunt Notitia Galliae et notae auctiores ex autographo Iosephi Scaligeri.

      Ex officina Elzeviriana. Amsterdam, 1661 - . 18 cm (8º). [16], 918 pág., 16 h. de índices (sign. [asterisco]8, A-Z8, 2A-Z8, 3A-N8, O3). Ilustr. con 5 grabados y un mapa calcográfico plegado, fuera del texto. Frisos y capitulares xilográficas. Enc. holandesa en piel, planos en cartoné papel al agua, algo deslucidos. Marca de caucho de anterior poseedor. Contiene la edición comentada por Arnoldus Montanus (1625-1683) de "De bello Gallico" y "De bello Civili", los "Commentariorum de bello Alexandrino liber unus" de Aulus Hirtius (entre pág. 687 y 750), los "Commentariorum de bello Africano liber unus" (pág. 751-825) y los "Commentariorum de bello Hispaniensi liber unus" (pág. 826-869) del mismo autor, así como "C. Julii Cæsaris fragmenta. Ex libris epistolarum ad Marcum Tullium Ciceronem" (pág. 870-890) y las "Notitia Galliæ. Item eiusdem notae super appellationibus locorum aliquot, & gentium apud Caesarem" de Joseph Juste Scaliger (1540-1609) entre las páginas 891 y 918. Nuestro ejemplar presenta subrayados y anotaciones manuscritas antiguas en los "Fragmenta" de Julio César (100-44 a. C.), con dos páginas manuscritas insertas al final de dicho apartado. En cuanto a la edición, existen por lo menos dos emisiones de la misma, pues hemos hallado una de idéntico contenido pero signatura distinta. En todos los casos las ediciones localizadas cuentan con menos grabados que la que presentamos, En NUC se hace constar que es primera edición, aunque existe una de Leiden 1651. La posterior (también de Amsterdam, 1670) es en realidad una reimpresión línea por línea de la que ofrecemos, según Willems. Copinger, H.B. The Elzevier Press, núm. 731. CLC, C43. Willems, 1266. historia de Roma (53-44 a. C.), guerras gálicas (58-51 a. C.), julio césar, imperio romano [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Subsidy Granted to the King, of Tonnage, and Poundage, and other Sums of Money, payable upon Merchandize Exported and Imported Together with a Book of Rates [with] Rules and Instructions for the Tare of Goods & Merchandize [etc ] Wing E2315 and E923A

      London: Printed by Chr. Barker [and] Printed Anno Dom., 1661 & 1663. Contemporary unlettered calf, rubbed, rebacked, portions of the original spine laid down, the Taussig copy; three and two copies in ESTC respectively Two rare works marking the evolution of one of the foremost constitutional debates of the seventeenth century, as Parliament granted Charles II these two important subsidies for his life, in contrast to the much circumscribed grants formerly made

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        Conicorum Lib. V. VI. VII. paraphraste Abalphato Asphahanensi nunc primum editi. Additus in calce Archimedis Assumptorum liber, ex codicibus Arabicis m.ss. Abrahamus Ecchellensis. latinos reddidit. Io Alfonsus Borellus. curam in Geometricis versioni contulit, & notas uberiores in universum opus adiecit.

      Florence, Giuseppe Cocchini, 1661 - Folio ( mm), pp [xxxvi] 415 [1, blank], with numerous woodcut diagrams in text, title in red and black, correction slips pasted on pp 300, 312 and 352; a very clean, crisp, large-paper copy in contemporary Italian brown morocco, gilt fillets and panels on sides and gilt-panelled spine, gilt edges. £12,500First edition, a beautifully bound, large-paper copy, of books V-VII of the Conics, the most original parts of Apollonius's treatise on conic sections. Books I-IV were translated and published in 1537, and at the time it was believed that the remaining books were lost. 'In the first half of the seventeenth century the Medici family acquired an Arabic manuscript containing Books V-VII of Apollonius's Conics, which had been lost up to that time. In 1658, with the help of the Maronite scholar Abraham Ecchellensis, Giovanni Borelli prepared an edited Latin translation of the manuscript, which was published three years later. This was a valuable addition to the mathematical knowledge of the time, for whereas Books I-IV of the Conics dealt with information already known to Apollonius's predecessors, Books V-VII were largely original. Book V discusses normals to conics and contains Apollonius's proof for the construction of the evolute curve; Book VI treats congruent and similar conics and segments of conics; Book VII is concerned with propositions about inequalities between various functions of conjugate diameters' (Norman catalogue).'The fifth book reveals better than any other the giant intellect of its author. Difficult questions of maxima and minima, of which few examples are found in earlier works, are here treated most exhaustively. The subject investigated is to find the longest and shortest lines that can be drawn from a given point to a conic. Here are also found the germs of the subject of evolutes and centres of osculation' (Cajori, A history of mathematics).The text of Books V-VII survives only in the Arabic text used by Borelli, a free version by Abu al-Fath al-Isfahani, based on the translation of Thabit ibn Qurra. The above also contains the first printing of the Assumptorum liber, attributed to Archimedes, and also translated from the Arabic of Thabit ibn Qurra.Norman 58; Riccardi I 158

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        Histoire du roi Charles VII

      à Paris: De l'imprimerie royale (Sébastien Cramoisy), 1661. Fine. De l'imprimerie royale (Sébastien Cramoisy), à Paris 1661, In Folio (24x38cm), (28) 907pp. (10), relié. - Edition conducted by Denys Godefroy together for the first time the texts of Jean Charles VII Chartier, Mathieu de Coucy and Jacques Bouvier. The three stories are enriched with historical pieces and various memories gathered by Denys Godefroy, which brought together all the known writings of Charles VII. Portrait frontispiece and 4 portraits of Jean d'Orleans, Etienne Chevalier Jacques Coeur and Jean Bureau, all engraved by Grignon, a large title vignette the arms of France, several headbands title and historiated initials printed very well. Beautiful folio edition. Full Calf granita time. Back nerve ornate. Part of title in red morocco. Very nice copy. Clever and invisible restoration to the joints in the head and tail, and caps. Rich history throughout the contemporary 1422 until 1461, in addition to the texts of the three aforementioned historians and anonymous columns, the book contains many pieces, letters, edicts illustrating this contemporary. Excellent edition, strictly constructed, which begins with a eulogy of Charles VII alleging an anonymous manuscript, and ends with portraits and pieces of all the major characters from this contemporary, including Joan of Arc. Bookplate engraved with the arms of the eighteenth: Cabinet books Ponchartrain. Famous bibliophile, Phélypeaux Jérôme, comte de Pontchartrain, was State Secretary of the Navy from 1699 to 1715. He remained famous for its management of French colonies in America, Canada and Louisiana. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition réalisée par Denys Godefroy réunissant pour la première fois les textes sur Charles VII de Jean Chartier, de Mathieu de Coucy et de Jacques le Bouvier. Les trois histoires sont enrichies de pièces historiques et divers mémoires réunis par Denys Godefroy, lequel a rassemblé l'ensemble des écrits connus sur Charles VII. Un portrait au frontispice et 4 portraits de Jean d'Orléans, Etienne Chevalier Jacques Coeur et Jean Bureau, le tout gravé par Grignon, une grande vignette de titre aux armes de France, plusieurs bandeaux de titre et lettrines historiés très bien imprimés. Belle édition in folio. Reliure en plein veau d'époque granité. Dos à nerf richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Très bel exemplaire. Habile et invisible restauration aux mors en tête et queue, et en coiffes. Très riche ensemble historique de la période allant de 1422 jusqu'en 1461, outre les textes des trois historiens susnommés et des chroniques anonymes, l'ouvrage contient de très nombreuses pièces, lettres, édits illustrant cette période. Excellente édition, rigoureusement construite, qui commence par un éloge de Charles VII tiré d'un manuscrit anonyme, et se termine sur des portraits et pièces de tous les personnages importants de cette période, notamment Jeanne d'Arc. Ex-libris gravé aux armes du XVIIIe : cabinet des livres de Ponchartrain. Célèbre bibliophile, Jérôme Phélypeaux, comte de Pontchartrain, fut secrétaire d'État de la Marine de 1699 à 1715. Il est demeuré célèbre pour sa gestion des colonies française en Amérique, Louisiane et Canada.

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        Suecia antiqua et hodierna. I-III (i ett bind).

      Paris & Stockholm 1661-1716. Folio oblong. (320 x 403 mm). 13 + (1) s. 353 kobberstukne plansjer. (på 332 blad) inneholder 3 tittelblad, portretter, karter, våpenskjold og prospekter. Bundet i et nært samtidig helskinnbind med 6 opphøyde bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Gull bordyre på for- og bakperm. Gjennomgående svakt fuktskjoldet langs nedre marg (berører ikke billedflaten). Ca 100 plansjer svakt ormhullet ved indre nedre marg (berører ikke billedflaten). Litt sprukket i ytre fremre fals.. 3 volumes in one. Oblong folio (320 x 403 mm). 13 + (1) pp. 353 engraved plates (on total 332 plates), including 3 title-pages, portraits, maps, armorial plates and views). Near contemporary full calf with six raised bands. Red leather label. Spine richly gilt. Covers with gilt border. Light dampstaining in lower margins, small amount of worming at foot of inner margin of approximately 100 plates

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        THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT. In X. Books. Written by Quintus Curtius Rufus, and translated out of Latine into English by Robert Codrington, Esq

      Printed by E. Alsop and Robert Wood. London. 1661. Small 4to. (7.4 x 5.7 inches). vi,311pp. Decorative initial letters. A crisp and clean copy with good strong print impressions throughout. In contemporary full tan calf binding with double blind ruled panels, decorated with small curled corner designs, to the boards. Spine ruled in blind. Neat previous owner's bookplate (dated 1781) on the inside front board, directly on the card as the pastedown endpapers are not stuck to the boards, but are present. Neat previous owner's name written on the first front blank free endpaper. Boards a bit rubbed and bumped but still a very good copy in a nice early binding.

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        Placita Latine Rediviva: A Book of Entries; Containing Perfect and Approved Precedents of Counts, Declarations, Barrs, Avowries, Replications, Pleas in Abatement, Issues, Judgments . . . useful for all Clerks, Attorneys, and Practisers [etc.]. Wing A4070

      One of two variant first editions of Aston's book of entries, so-called because taken from the entries of the clerks upon the plea rolls, a species called by Dr. Baker "replete with learning which . . . the legal historian ignores at his cost". Contemporary calf, rebacked, somewhat rubbed, light browning, else a very good copy with ample margins, the Taussig copy; with "Precedents" in the title. Printed for H. Twyford, T. Dring, and John Place [etc.], London, 1661.

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        Ils Psalms da David, suainter la melodia francesa, schantaeda eir in tudaisch traes Dr. Ambrosius Lobvasser. Eir alchüns da 'ls medems Psalms ils pü usitos, cun bgerras bellas canzuns ecclesiasticas & Spirituaelas suainter la melodia, & veglia versiun tudaischa da Dr. Martin Luther, e d'oters ot illetros homens. Da noefvvertieus & schantos in vers romaunschs da cantar, traes Lurainz Wietzel ... cun ün cuort & simpel intraguidamaint per imprender l'art da cantar ...

      Basel, Joh. Jacob Genath, 1661,. sm. in-8vo, 17 leaves (of 18, title page lacking) + 718 p. (of 726: p. 675-676, p. 695-696 and 719-722 are missing) + 6 leaves (Register) + 5 and a half leaves (of 9, so 3 and a half leaves missing incl. last page of errata), preliminary leaves partly loose, some leaves with small marg. tear repaired, chipping to margins of some of the leaves, p. 609-610 and 615-618 corner torn off with small loss of text, p. 677-678 border torn off with small loss of text, 689-694 with tear, some staining, browning and other traces of use, bookblock loosening from covers, no final end leaf, many hw. notes on front end leaf and some notes on inside of book covers, calf over wooden boards and raised bands, blindstamped decoration fading, rubbing and bumping, corners scraped, hinges starting to split, two copper clasps.. Very rare first edition of a Swiss-Ladin translation by Lurainz Wietzel (language spoken in the Engadin, canton of Grisons)."A metrical version of the Psalter, with certain Canticles and Hymns, and with musical notation prepared by Lurainz Wietzel, of Zuz, ... The Psyalter was based on the popular German Psalmbook, prepared by A. Lobwasser.Collation by Darlow & M.: Preliminary matter, including title, translator's preface (dated "1668", apparently by mistake for 1660) (or for 1661) and note, approbation, and commendatory verses, etc., 18 ff. text, with musical notation, 726 p.; followed by a table of Psalms and Canticles (6 ff.). a short introduction to music and singing, and a list of errata.A second editon was published iun 1733, a 3rd edition in 1776.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Darlow & Moule 7680; Bibliogr. Retoromontscha 2983; Catalogue Hess 39/531; HBLS VII/524, Nr. 5.

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        A TREATISE OF THE SIBYLS, so highly celebrated, as well by the antient heathens, as the holy fathers of the church; giving an accompt of the names, and number of the Sibyls, of their qualities, the form and matter of their verses

      London, printed by T(homas) R(oycroft) for the author, 1661.as also of the books now extant under their names, and the errours crept into Christian religion, from the impostures contained therein, particularly, concerning the state of the just, and unjust after death. ... Englished by J. Davies. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION, 1661. Folio, 285 x 185 mm, 11¼ x 7¼ inches, pages: (4), 293, (7), headpieces and decorated initials to chapter headings, bound in full contemporary calf, blind - tooled border to covers, rebacked in lighter leather, gilt rules and original gilt lettered label to spine, new endpapers. Covers slightly marked, small scrape to leather on lower cover, engraved armorial bookplate preserved on front pastedown (Thomas Fuller M.D. (1634 - 1734) physician and preacher who published a compilation of proverbs entitled Gnomologia), 1 page has small pale ink stain, just affecting 1 word, 1 small corner tip torn off, otherwise text clean and binding tight and firm. A very good copy. DAVID BLONDEL (1591 - 1655), was a French Protestant clergyman, historian and classical scholar. In 1650 he succeeded G. J. Vossius in the professorship of history at Amsterdam. His works were very numerous; in some of them he showed a remarkable critical faculty, as in his dissertation on Pope Joan (1647, 1657), in which he came to the conclusion, now universally accepted, that the whole story is a mere myth. Considerable Protestant indignation was excited against him on account of this book. His work on the Sibyls of classical times was first published in French in 1649. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A Subsidy Granted to the King, of Tonnage, and Poundage, and other Sums of Money, payable upon Merchandize Exported and Imported. Together with a Book of Rates [with] Rules and Instructions for the Tare of Goods & Merchandize [etc.]. Wing E2315 and E923A

      Two rare works marking the evolution of one of the foremost constitutional debates of the seventeenth century, as Parliament granted Charles II these two important subsidies for his life, in contrast to the much circumscribed grants formerly made. Contemporary unlettered calf, rubbed, rebacked, portions of the original spine laid down, the Taussig copy; three and two copies in ESTC respectively. Printed by Chr. Barker [and] Printed Anno Dom., London, 1661 & 1663.

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        Jatreum [Iatreum] Hippocraticum, continens narthecium medicinae veteris et novae : ex nobilioribus medicis, tam veteribus, quam recentioribus, iucunda verborum serie, iuxta ductum Aphorismorum Hippocratis, ita compositum, ut & aliarum facultatum studiis queat inservire. Vorgebunden : Joh. Cunradi Dieterici Aphorismi Hippocratis illustrati

      Balthasar. Kühnen, Ulm 1661 - [2] Bl., 160 S., [1] Bl., 1555 S. Pergamenteinband der Zeit auf sechs Bünden mit Ziffernsignatur auf dem Rücken von alter Hand. Nachgedunkelt, hinterer Deckel fleckig, vorderer Deckel mit längerer Kratzspur und kleineren Wurmlöchlein. Seiten teilweise (wasser)fleckig, Vorsätze und Titelblatt mit Wurmfraß. Umlaufender Blauschnitt. Eine erste Ausgabe beider Schriften erschien jeweils in Gießen 1655 respektive 1656. Johann Conrad Dieterich, in Butzbach als einer von drei Brüdern 1612 geboren und 1667 in Gießen verstorben, war ein Philologe, Archivar und Bibliothekar. In die Wirren des Dreißigjährigen Krieges hineingeboren besuchte er anfangs die Schule in Butzbach um später in Ulm aufs Gymnasium zu gehen, welches von seinem Onkel D. Conrad Dieterich geleitet wurde. Nach der Ernennung seines Vaters zum Superintendenten zu Gießen (zuvor Pastor in Butzbach), ging Joh. Conr. auf das Pädagogium in Marburg und danach alsbald auf die Universität daselbst. In Marburg studierte er ab 1627 mit Fleiß die Philosophie, Philologie und Theologie unter Anleitung von Theodor Vietor, Feuerborn, Steuber und Men. Hannecken. 1630 erfolgte ein Wechsel nach Straßburg wo er Joh. Schmidt, Dorchen, Notter und Dannhauer hörte sowie sich bei Bernegger in den schönen Wissenschaften übte. Von 1634 in Jena Major, Gerhard und Himmel hörend. Durch den Krieg sowie den Tod des Vaters kam er 1635 wieder zurück nach Gießen/Marburg. Inzwischen wechselte er vom Hauptfach Theologie zur Kultur der Griechischen und Orientalischen Sprachen, deren Altertümer und Historie. Vor allem seine schwache Stimme ist wohl ausschlaggebend den Beruf des Predigers nicht weiterzuverfolgen. Dissertation mit "De usu lectionis scriptorum profanorum in scriptura S." die er 1635 unter Johannis Michaelis Dilheri hielt. Im Anschluss folgten Reisen nach Holland (hier traf er Vossio, Barlaeo, Buxhornio, Heinsio und andere), blieb eine zeitlang in Leiden, Dänemark (Kopenhagen, Sora) und Preußen, vor allem Königsberg wo er die gelehrtesten Männer traf und deren Bibliotheken nutzte um sein Wissen zu vermehren. 1639 dann Magister in Jena und der Ruf an die Universität in Gießen, die sich in Marburg befand, den Platz Vietors einnehmend als Prof. des Griechischen. In dieser Zeit wandte sich Dieterich der Medizin zu und in Folge dieser Zuwendung illustrierte er die hier vorliegenden Aphorismos des Hippocratis und gab ein Iatrion hippocraticum (hier vorliegend als "Jatreum .") heraus. Von 1646 war Dieterich in Marburg auch Prof. für Geschichte und Dekan der philosophischen Fakultät. Vom Haus Hessen-Darmstadt wird Dieterich zur Ordnung des Archivs nach Darmstadt gerufen. 1647 weilt er mit Erlaubnis in Hamburg um dort seine Bibliothek zu vermehren und solange zu bleiben bis der Hessenkrieg beendet ist. Kaum wenige Wochen dort, wird er als Vertreter des Domkapitels zu den Friedensverhandlungen nach Osnabrück entsendet (Westfälischer Frieden). Nach der Wiedereröffnung der Universität Gießen 1650 Professor des Griechischen und der Geschichte sowie Bibliothekar. Von 1656 an Rektor der Universität. Kurz vor seinem Tode übertrug ihm der Administrator des Erzbistums Magdeburg, Augustus, bei ansehnlichem Gehalt die Fortsetzung des "Originibus Saxonicis" von Fabricius. Der Tod verhinderte dies. Dieterich war die Hochachtung anderer ob seiner Leistung gewiß. Johann Christian Baron von Boineburg schrieb sogar Episteln an Dieterich, die 1703 bei Meelführer in Nürnberg veröffentlicht wurden ("Epistolae ad Jo. Conradum Dietericum"). In seiner Lebenszeit verfasste Dieterich zahlreiche philosophische und klassisch-philologische Schriften darunter die "Itineraria Livoniae" (1656)

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        Opera Omnia

      Amsterdam & Leiden: Elzevier & Hackius, 1661. Full-Leather. Good. 51, 1339 p. + index. Engraved title page. Covers scuffed, corners bumped, hole in spine head and tear in tail. Additional pasted-on spine label reads "Cicero's Works in Latin P. Amersterdam 1661". Title page has minor ink marks and first few pages have ink blot on top corners. Minor staining, foxing and a few small ink jots throughout with some dampstains to inner margins pp. 686-745 approximately. Page 471 repaired with tape. Cracked at pp. 736-737. Cicero's name has been written on the edge of the text block. The writings of Cicero - Roman orator, lawyer, politician and philosopher extraordinaire - assembled into one volume. Latin text.

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        Les memoires de Messire Philippe de Commines, Sieur d'Argenton

      A Paris : Chez Iean Dhourry, 1661, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Last edition8vo 8" - 9" tall; 765 pages; Dernier edition. Physical description [24],765,[19]p. ; 16cm (12mo). Notes; Added engraved title page. Title page ornament; initials; head-pieces. Subject; Louis XI, King of France, 1423-1483 - Early works to 1800. Charles VIII, King of France, 470-1498 - Early works to 1800. France - History - House of Valois, 1328-1589 - Early works to 1800. Medicine. Other names Houry, Jean d'. Language; French. Associate reference; Brunet ii, 191.

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        Jatreum [Iatreum] Hippocraticum, continens narthecium medicinae veteris et novae : ex nobilioribus medicis, tam veteribus, quam recentioribus, iucunda verborum serie, iuxta ductum Aphorismorum Hippocratis, ita compositum, ut & aliarum facultatum studiis queat inservire. Vorgebunden : Joh. Cunradi Dieterici Aphorismi Hippocratis illustrati

      Ulm Balthasar. Kühnen 1661. [2] Bl., 160 S., [1] Bl., 1555 S. Pergamenteinband der Zeit auf sechs Bünden mit Ziffernsignatur auf dem Rücken von alter Hand. Nachgedunkelt, hinterer Deckel fleckig, vorderer Deckel mit längerer Kratzspur und kleineren Wurmlöchlein. Seiten teilweise (wasser)fleckig, Vorsätze und Titelblatt mit Wurmfraß. Umlaufender Blauschnitt. Dieterich war Professor, Klassischer Philologe, Bibliothekar, Archivar, Historiker.. Gut

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        Francisci Blondelli Thermopotationis Aquisgranensis Ennaratio & auspicium ad clariss. & expertiss. virum D. Joannem Gaen, med. Leodinensem. EA.

      Maastricht (Trajecti ad Mosam), P. Ouwen, 1661.. 24 S. 12°, Pappband um 1900.. Einband berieben, bestoßen und etwas fleckig; Rücken mit größerer Bezugsfehlstelle am oberen Kapital; Titel etwas fleckig und mit einigen Randfehlstellen (ohne Buchstabenverlust); letzte Seite gebräunt, schwach wasserfleckig und mit kleinem Tintenfleck am Kopf; Bll. etwas gebräunt und teils leicht fleckig; Namenszug auf Titel, S. 10 und hinterem Innendeckel; Titel mit ausradiertem Namen oder Stempel (hier 4 winzige Löcher, jedoch kein Buchstabenverlust); letztes Blatt mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Bundsteg; etwas ungerade beschnitten; 1 Seite mit Unterstreichung; 1 Blatt mit Ausschnitt am Kopf (ohne Textverlust). Kleinschrift über die Heilwirkung der Aachener Quellen bzw. der Trinkkur in Aachen; die erste auf Aachen bezogene Veröffentlichung Blondels; Franz Blondel (1613-1703); in Lüttich geb. Arzt; Leibarzt des Trierer Kurfürsten Philipp Christoph von Sötern; seit Mitte des 17. Jahrhunderts in Aachen als Badearzt tätig; seit 1660 Beigeordneter des Aachener Brunneninspektors Didier und seit 1686 Brunneninspektor; Blondel führte die Trinkkur als Regel ein. Vgl. Lersch: Schriften über die Thermen von Aachen und Burtscheid, S. 7f. (einzig Lersch behandelt die vorliegende Schrift eingehender - er kannte ein Exemplar aus dem Besitze Alfred Reumonts; Müller: Lit. über die Thermen von Aachen ..., Nr. 7, zitiert nur nach Lersch, hatte also kein Exemplar vorliegen; wir wissen, das vorliegende Exemplar mitgezählt, von 2 bis 3 Exemplaren) u. vgl. Weberbauer: Der Aachener Badearzt Franciscus Blondel (...), S. 14f..

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        Blumen-Buch Deß Heiligen Lands Palestinae, so in drey Bücher abgetheilt.

      München Bey Johann Wagnern Buchhandlern (J. Wagner) 1661,. 660 S., 8° (27 x 20 cm), OLeder. 1 Titelkupfer, 1 Titel, 12 Blätter (Dedicatio, Vorrede), 660 Seiten (paginiert), 35 Blätter (Register). Mit 17 Kupfertafeln. Von den 3 gefalteten Tafeln ist die erste Tafel nur zur Hälfte im Buch. Die 3. gefaltete Tafel ist am unteren Schnitt überstandig, daher ist der untere Rand mit Läsuren. Zustand außen: Ecken und Kanten stark berieben. Rücken mit Lederfehlstellen oben und unten. Leder brüchig. Innen gesamt sauber und ohne Stockflecken. Bindung fest. Der Preis berücksichtigt den Zustand.

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        Viaggi di Pietro della Valle il pellegrino.

      Venice, Paolo Baglioni, 1661-1664.. 12mo. 4 vols. (40), 670 pp. (2) ff. (1 blank), 734, (34) pp., (2) ff. (1 blank), 792, (18) pp. 756, (24) pp. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. spine titles; all edges of vol. 2 sprinkled in red.. Early duodecimo reprint edition of Della Valle's complete "Viaggi", published while the first complete edition was still under the press. Della Valle's account is highly sought after as one of the earliest printed sources for the early history of Dibba, the coastal region at the northeastern tip of the United Arab Emirates, today ruled by the Emirates of Fujairah and of Sharjah. - Pietro della Valle (1586-1652) left Venice in 1614 on a pilgrimage to Palestine, proceeding to Baghdad and then into Persia, where he married and sojourned in the court of Shah Abbas. While staying with the Sultan of Bandar Abbas, he "met the son of the ruler of Dibba who was visiting. From this he learned that Dibba had formerly been subject to the kingdom of Hormuz, but was at that time loyal to the Safavids who in 1623 sent troops to Dibba, Khor Fakkan and other ports on the southeast coast of Arabia in order to prepare for a Portuguese counter-attack following their expulsion from Hormuz (Jarun). In fact, the Portuguese under Ruy Freire were so successful that the people of Dibba turned on their Safavid overlords, putting them all to death, whereupon a Portuguese garrison of 50 men was installed at Dibba. More Portuguese forces, however, had to be sent to Dibba in 1627 as a result of an Arab revolt. Curiously, two years later the Portuguese proposed moving part of the Mandaean population of southern Iraq, under pressure from neighbouring Arab tribes, to Dibba" (UAE History: 2000 to 200 years ago - http://www.uaeinteract.com/history/e_walk/con_3/con3_48.asp). "Della Valle displayed excellent narrative and descriptive skills, powers of acute observation, and a genuinely scholarly breadth of learning. He refused to comment on what he had not witnessed himself or checked against the best authorities" (Gurney). He continued his travels east to the coast of India, Goa and Muscat, and thence back to Aleppo by way of Basra. He reached Rome in 1626, where the original Italian text of his letters written to the Neapolitan physician Mario Schipano was published. Only the first volume, dealing with Turkey, saw print during his lifetime. The two-part volume II on Persia was released in 1658, four years after his death; in 1662 the Turkey volume saw a second edition, and the set was concluded in 1663 with the volume on India. A single-volume English translation of the Indian travels appeared in 1665. - Occasional slight brownstaining, otherwise fine. - Röhricht 947, p. 238. Tobler 95. Weber II, 251. British Library STC II, 931. Cf. Graesse VII, 251. Atabey 1271 (1667 Baglioni ed., 3 vols. only). Blackmer 1712 (mixed French ed.). Macro 2233. Gurney, "Della Valle, Pietro", in: Encyclopaedia Iranica (online ed.).

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        Les merveilles des Indes orientales ou nouveau traitte des pierres precieuses & perles, contenant leur vraye nature, durete, couleurs & vertus: chacune placee selon son ordre & degre, suivant la cognoissance des marchands orfevres. Auquel est adjoute une petite table fort exacte, pour connoitre en un instant a quel tiltre les marchands orphevres de Paris, & les autres dans toutes les principalles villes presque de toute l'Europe, travaillent l'or & l'argent.

      Paris, C. Lambin, 1661.. 4to. (12), 112 pp. With engr. portrait frontispiece of Anne Marie Louise d'Orleans and numerous pretty woodcut initials and tailpieces. Contemp. richly gilt calf, leading edges and spine gilt (tiny defect to upper spine-end and hinge). Marbled pastedowns.. First edition of this rare work on precious stones and pearls found in the East and West Indies, written by a Parisian "marchand orphevre". Dedicated to "La Grande Mademoiselle" Anne Marie Louise d'Orleans, Duchess of Montpensier and niece of Louis XIII, with her finely engraved portrait by L. Boissevin (which, according to Graesse, is frequently lacking). This "very early, and important treatise on gemstones, gold & silver" (Sinkankas) includes a chapter dedicated exclusively to pearls, a subject with which the author was especially familiar (cf. ibid.), and the Persian Gulf is stated as one of the main locations of pearl fishing: "on pesche les perles en divers endroits du monde. Dans le Golfe Persique, principalement aux environs de l'Isle d'Ormus & Bassora: aupres de Baroyn [i.e., Bahrain], Catiffa, Iuffa, Camaron, & autres lieux de ce Golfe [...]" (p. 74). "The first chapter attempts to reconcile differing views of various writers, as cited by Berquen, on the origin of gemstones and precious metals, with following chapters taking up the principal gemstones, and some minor ones, as diamond, sapphire, topaz, ruby, spinel, emerald, amethyst, aquamarine, hyacinth, opal, chrysolite, iris, vermeille, garnets, carnelian, turquoise, quartz varieties, pearl, coral and amber, and lastly, a chapter on gold and silver [...] Both [the first and the second edition] are rare (Sinkankas, p. 97f.). - Insignificant waterstain and occasional slight worming, mainly confined to upper margin. A good copy in an elaborately decorated contemporary French binding. - Sinkankas 592. Sabin 4957. Brunet VI, 4780. Graesse I, 348. Ferguson II, 295 (note). Cf. Duveen 71 (1669 second ed.).

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        Diatribe de prodigiosi Crucibus:

      1661. First Edition of One of the Rarest of Athanasius Kircher's Books"Post-Vesuvius Crosses"KIRCHER, Athanasius. Diatribe de prodigiosi Crucibus: quae tam supra vestes hominum, quam res alias, non pridem post vltimum incendium Vesuuij Montis Neapoli Comparuerunt. Roma: Vitale Mascardi, 1661. First edition. Small octavo (6 1/2 x 4 1/16 inches; 164 x 103 mm). [viii], 103, [1, blank] pp., one fold-out plate. Roman and italic type. Woodcut initials, head- tailpieces. Nineteenth century full vellum, spine lettered in manuscript. Slight burn mark affecting 1/4 x 1/2 inch of top blank margin of last three leaves of text and rear endleaves (not affecting any text). Later endpapers with original marbled endpapers bound in. An excellent copy of a very rare book."During 1661 a further work was published by Kircher which brought a refreshingly rational approach to a problem worrying the people of Naples. Mysterious crosses had been appearing on clothing and all manner of fabrics. In this Diatribe de prodigiosis crucibus Kircher proved that the suspected indication of heavenly wrath was little more than the presence in the air around Vesuvius-dominated Naples of minute specks of volcanic ash, settling on the texture of woven cloth." (John Fletcher. A study of the life and works of Athanasius Kircher, p. 51).One of the rarest of all works in first edition by Kircher and near impossible to find in the marketplace, Diatribe de Prodigiosis Crucibus "attempts to explain the uncanny appearance of crosses on clothing and other objects immediately after an eruption of Vesuvius in 1660. He begins by discussing the history of similar appearances and the nature of miracles in general. God, he says, works by natural means, and miracles can therefore be explained rationally…Nevertheless, he argues, the crosses are a portent from God warning the people to repent. This approach is an excellent illustration of Kircher's position between the two worlds of the seventeenth century, the scientific and the orthodox" (Merrill).Kircher: Merrill 16. Brunet III, 67. Graesse IV, 21. Sommervogel IV, 1059.18. Clendening 9.12.

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        DAVIDIS GREGORII ASTRONOMIAE PHYSICAE & GEOMETRICAE ELEMENTA. Secunda Editio revisa & correcta. Accesserunt Praefatio Editoris; Cometographia Halleiana in modum Appendicis; brevis ad Calcem Horologiorum Sciotericorum tractatus & duplex Index, primus Sectionum & Propositionum, altre Rerum & Verborum copiosus.

      Opera completa in due tomi raccolti in unico volume. Seconda edizione. Cm.24,5x19,5. Pg.(20), XCVI, 752, 76. Ottima legatura coeva in piena pergamena con elementi decorativi impressi ai piatti. Titoli manoscritti al dorso a sei nervature. Opera adorna di 48 tavole ripiegate, contenenti figure geometriche e astronomiche (una da collocarsi nella Prefazione e 46 numerate, la n°XIX è doppia) e cinque a soggetto gnomonico. Una bella tavola incisa su rame da G.Seiller all'antiporta. Ai due frontespizi piccole vignette calcografiche incise da Chopy su bozzetti di De Poilly. Ulteriore incisione calcografica di Seiller all'inizio della dedicatoria. Alcuni cartigli e capilettera. Esemplare in condizioni di notevole freschezza, ottimamente conservato. Si tratta del principale, fondamentale testo di astronomia, matematica e gnomonica di David Gregory (Aberdeen, 1661 - 1708), docente a Oxford e Edinburgh, nipote del matematico scozzese Jacopo Gregory e amico personale di Isaac Newton. L'Opera, basata proprio sulle teorie newtoniane, vide la luce la prima volta nel 1702 ed è qui in seconda edizione. Di particolare interesse la presenza nell'Appendice, con numerazione araba, della prima ristampa della "Astronomiae Cometicae Synopsis" di Edmund Halley, in cui l'Autore prevede il ciclo della cometa che avrebbe assunto poi il suo nome, oltre al trattato di gnomonica.

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        Carte des Costes de L'Afrique Depuis Cabo Corso Jusques a Omorro

      Amsterdam: Pierre Mortier. unbound. Map. Copper plate engraving with original hand coloring and gilding. Image measures 22.5 x 17". This map shows the western coast of Africa from modern-day Togo southeast to Angola.The coastline is finely rendered and labeled with ports, capes, and soundings, intersected by rhumb lines centered in the gulf. A beautiful colored and gilded compass rose towards the bottom of the map highlights the exploratory context in which this turn-of-the-18th century map was made. The map is in excellent condition with full margins, one chip to left side not affecting the image. Clean, bright, and beautiful. Pierre Mortier (1661-1711) was a French cartographer, engraver, and print seller who worked in Amsterdam. He used advanced Dutch printing methods to produce high quality editions of contemporary French maps by cartographers such as De L'Isle, Sanson, Jaillot, de Fer and De Wit. His greatest feat was the nautical atlas "Le Neptune Francois." This map is a resplendent example of his work.

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        [TWO LEAVES FROM THE ELIOT INDIAN BIBLE, WITH TWO RELATED TYPED LETTERS, SIGNED, FROM CLARENCE BRIGHAM TO ANSON PHELPS STOKES]

      [Cambridge, Ma.: Samuel Green & Marmaduke Johnson, 1661-1663].. Two leaves, plus two single-page letters. Leaves lightly dampstained, a few small edge tears with older repairs. About very good. Letters near fine. Two conjugate leaves from the famed "Eliot Indian Bible," the first Bible printed in any language in the American colonies and one of the most important issues of the 17th-century colonial press. Together here with related correspondence explaining their provenance. "Not the least of the many features of interest which concentrates in this volume, are the statements of undoubted authorities, that Eliot was engaged for ten years in its translation; that it was the first Bible printed in America; that a large portion of the composition in the printing of the second edition at least, was performed by Indian James; and that the work was three years in passing through the press" - Field. "Supported by the London-based Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, Eliot began a phonetic translation of the Scriptures into Natick, which had previously not had a written form. The Corporation supplied a printing press for the work, as well as a new set of metal type to print the text. The type font required extra samples of the letters "k" and "q," as well as a totally new character that Eliot devised for a particular Natick pronunciation" - Siebert. Not only does this work stand alone as a monolith of early American printing, but it offers a link to the very first issue of the Cambridge press, the Bay Psalm Book. The present printer, Samuel Green, apprenticed with Stephen Daye, first master printer of the Cambridge press, and thus this remarkable Bible shares a kinship with the Bay Psalm Book. These leaves are accompanied by two letters written by Clarence Brigham, director of the American Antiquarian Society, to Mr. Anson Phelps Stokes, historian and Episcopal clergyman. Stokes is enquiring after a copy of George Parker Winship's work on the Eliot Indian Bible, containing an original leaf. Brigham responds that the Antiquarian Society has only one copy, but he can send along some separate leaves from a fragmentary duplicate in their holdings. The fragment provided here contains Chapter 51 of Jeremiah and Chapter 3 of Lamentations. Brigham writes: "This double leaf I think is more interesting than a single leaf and this is just the way it came out of our fragmentary copy. The intervening pages were lost long ago, or perhaps were extracted by someone who looked forward to an hour of interesting reading!" A sample of one of the most important efforts of the early American press, with distinguished and interesting provenance. EVANS 72. NAIP w007783. FIELD 495. AYER, INDIAN LINGUISTICS (MASSACHUSETTS) 1. CHURCH 580. DARLOW & MOULE 6737. PILLING, ALGONQUIAN, pp.132-52. PMM 142. SABIN 22154, 22155. SIEBERT SALE 490.

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        Carte des Costes de L'Afrique Depuis Cabo Corso Jusques a Omorro

      Amsterdam: Pierre Mortier. unbound. Map. Copper plate engraving with original hand coloring and gilding. Image measures 22.5 x 17". This map shows the western coast of Africa from modern-day Togo southeast to Angola.The coastline is finely rendered and labeled with ports, capes, and soundings, intersected by rhumb lines centered in the gulf. A beautiful colored and gilded compass rose towards the bottom of the map highlights the exploratory context in which this turn-of-the-18th century map was made. The map is in excellent condition with full margins, one chip to left side not affecting the image. Clean, bright, and beautiful. Pierre Mortier (1661-1711) was a French cartographer, engraver, and print seller who worked in Amsterdam. He used advanced Dutch printing methods to produce high quality editions of contemporary French maps by cartographers such as De L'Isle, Sanson, Jaillot, de Fer and De Wit. His greatest feat was the nautical atlas "Le Neptune Francois." This map is a resplendent example of his work.

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        L'Office de la Semaine Saincte, selon le Missel & le Breviaire Romain

      Paris: par la Compagnie de Libraires, 1661. 5 engraved plates, 3 full-page illustrations to text. [iv], 832 (of ?) pp, incomplete at end. Text in French and Latin, ruled in red throughout. 12mo. Contemporary maroon morocco, covers stamped in gilt with repeating crowned monogram and arms of MARIA THERESA OF SPAIN AS QUEEN OF FRANCE, spine stamped in gilt with monogram in 6 compartments, a.e.g. Front joint just starting, small tear to title-page, scattered staining to text. Bookplate. A royal French binding for Maria Theresa of Spain as Queen of France.

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        Kleiner Welt Spiegel. Das ist: Abbildung Gottlicher Schopffung an dess Menschen Leib / mit beygesetzter Schrifftlicher Erkl?rung / So wol zu Gottes Weissheit / als dess Menschen selbst Erkandtnus dienend / Auss / Johannis Remmelini, Philosophiae Et Medicinae Doctoris, Lateinischem Exemplar / in die Teutsche Sprach ubersetzet / Durch M. Iohannem Ludovicum Remmelinum, Med. Stud. Authoris Filium.

      1661 - Augsburg: Gedruckt durch Johann Schultes Buchtrucker / In verlegung Johann Gorlin Buchh?ndlers in Ulm, 1661. 22pp. With engraved title page and 3 engraved anatomical charts. All page out of binding with contemporary front and rear boards (worn, stained and surface peeled). All edge of each page chipped, worn, darkened and sl.torn. Upper edge and margin of bottom edge of title page missing. Tears of title page are repaired on verso. Margin of pp.1-2 light stained caused by liquid spilled. Upper edge of pp.3-7 and lower side of p.8 light stained. Margin of pp.14, 20 and 21 repaired. Right side of p.18 and left side of p.21 repaired and some letters missing. Some piece of paper pasted on charts of 'female and male' and 'male'. 'female' chart partly light stained. 2 parts of 'male' chart pasted on verso of rear board. Ex-libris on rear paste down and a small numbering label on rear board. 49x33.5cm.

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        Erneurter und vermehrter Baum- und Obstgarten, Nemlich: Eine kurtze, jedoch deutliche Anweisung zur Baumgärtnery und Peltzkunst, vermittelst welcher fruchtbringende Baumgärten angerichtet und bäulich erhalten werden können. In zweyen Theilen aus alten und neuen Schrifften, wolerfahrner Baumgärtner, abgefast, auch mit eigner Erfahrung bewährt. Zum andern mahl herfür gegeben.

      Nürnberg, Endter Erben, 1661.. (16,5 x 9,5 cm). (30) 477 (16) S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 26 (1 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit mit 2 Schließbändern.. Erste illustrierte Ausgabe dieses umfangreichen Handbuchs; gegenüber der Ausgabe von 1651 um 300 Seiten und die Abbildungen vermehrt. - "Die Schrift handelt in 20 Kapiteln vom Obstgarten, dem Pflanzen, Pflegen und Peltzen der Bäume, vom Ungeziefer und deren Vertilgung, zählt die wichtigsten Obstsorten auf und bringt einen Anhang über das Wetter" (Güntz). Weiter sind Kapitel über Palmen, Rosen und die Herstellung von Wünschelruten enthalten. Das letzte Kapitel handelt von "dem Papyrried", d.h. der Geschichte und Herstellung des Papiers und anderer Schreibmaterialien. - Die Tafeln zeigen Obstbäume, Sträucher und Zierpflanzen, darunter auch exotische, sowie auf der Falttafel einige Gartengeräte. - Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand. Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. Einband gering berieben. Insgesamt schönes Exemplar in guter Erhaltung. - Wimmer, Dt. Gartenbücher S. 94; vgl. Güntz I, 161 (Ausg. 1651); nicht bei Dochnahl

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        Opera omnia: cum Gruteri et selectis variorum notis & indicibus locupletissimis, accurante C. Schrevelio

      Amsterdam and Leiden: Daniel Elzeveir and Franciscus Hackius, 1661. Engraved general title page, 4 sectional titles, woodcut headpieces and other ornaments. Text in two columns. [8], 51, [5], 1339, [53] pp. 2 vols. 4to. Full red 18th-century morocco, covers with triple gilt fillet borders, spines richly gilt in 6 compartments, lettered in two, raised bands, leather doublures, marbled free endpapers. Small marginal repair to outer margin of engraved title. Beautiful set, with the morocco bookplates of Mortimer Schiff and that of Suzette Telenga, Enrique Ellinger. In full red morocco pull-off cases by Rivi?re. Superb copy of this Elzevir with the works of Cicero edited by Schrevelius. One notable feature is the magnificent engraved title-page showing Cicero, surrounded by other Senators, making his plea.

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        Suecia antiqua et hodierna.

      [Stockholm & Paris 1661-1715]. 353 kobberstukne plancher, hvoraf nogle er foldede. Folio Totalt ubeskåret eksemplar indbundet i 2 smukke samtidige halvlæderbind af rød maroquin med rig guldtryk på ryggene.353 engraved plates, some folding. Totally uncut copy bound in 2 nice contemporary halfleatherbindings richly gilt on spines.. Skandinaviens største og fornemmeste kobberstikværk i et af de eftertragtede eksemplarer i stående folio, som Erik Dahlberg selv havde planlagt det med Merians topografier som forbillede. Dahlberg var en fremragende general, ingeniør og tegner, der selv leverede de fleste af forlæggene til kobberstikkene. Det ambitiøse værk er fra Sveriges storhedstid og det tog mere end 50 år at fuldende det med dets mange vidunderlige prospekter af byer og statelige bygningsværker i alle egne af Sverige og Finland. Der var planlagt og påbegyndt en tekst til det store værk, men den udkom aldrig. The greatest and finest engraved work ever produced in Scandinavia. "The Suecia antiqva is up to our own day by far the greatest Swedish effort to present the country and its architectural treasures. The initiator and artist behind this great enterprise was the most important constructor of fortifications of his century, Erik Dahlberg, artist and architect, Surveyor-General of the Ordinance, Quarter-Master General and Field Marshal (1625-1703). (Lindberg no. 37)". This is one of the very rare copies bound as vertical folio (instead of oblong folio)

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