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         Triumphal arches and catafalques (elaborate funeral biers) erected in the years 1715, 1721-1723 and 1737]. [Sienna, ca. 1728, with 1 addition ca. 1737]. Folio (ca. 29 x 21 cm). 8 original drawings in black ink with ink washes plus 1 additional line drawing of a catafalque added about a decade later. Never bound, but formerly sewn.

      - Original ink and ink-wash drawings of 5 triumphal arches and 3 catafalques (elaborate funeral biers), plus an additional line drawing of a 4th catafalque on the back of one leaf, all erected at various locations in the city of Siena in Tuscany: in the cathedral, in the piazza before the cathedral, in Palazzo Piccolomini and at the Porta Santuccio. The drawings are richly decorated with sculptures, bas-reliefs, columns, cartouches, vases, candelabras and decorations, including Christian and classical figures and putti. The five triumphal arches were all erected for the occasion of the entry of Alessandro Zondadari (1670-1745), the new archbishop of Sienna on 11 August 1715. He was the fourth and last son of Ansano Zondadari and Agnese di Mario Chigi. She was a niece of Pope Alexander VII and heir of her brother Cardinal Flavio Chigi, one of the most influential and powerful men in Siena. One catafalque was erected for the funeral of Alessandro Zondadari's older brother Marc' Antonio Zondadari (1658-1722), Grand Master of the Sovereign Military and Hospitaller Order of Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and Malta. Flavio Chigi went to great lengths to advance the prestige and power of his Zondadari relatives, paying many thousands of scudi to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Cosimo III de' Medici (1642-1723) for hereditary titles he could pass on. It is therefore no surprise that the Zondadari arches and catafalques are accompanied by catafalques for the Grand Duke himself and his wife Margarita Luisa d'Orléans (1645-1721), daughter of Gaston, Duke of Orléans and brother of King Louis XIII. Formerly folded down the middle. With a small and faint stain in the first leaf an even smaller one in the second leaf, and an occasional small spot, but still in very good condition. A lovely set of drawings.

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         Scriptores Antiqui de Re Militari.

      Wesel, Andreas van Hoogenhuysen 1670 - Vegetius, Flavious & others. Fl. Vegetius Renatus et alii Scriptores Antiqui de Re Militari. Wesel, Andreas van Hoogenhuysen, 1670. [48] + 510p. Text in roman letter with chapter headings in italic. Engraved title by the Amsterdam artist Paul van Somer (c1649-c1694); numerous diagrams in the text; 1 folding table of Roman military camp. (bound with:) Stewechius, Godescalcus. Commentarius,ad Flavi Vegeti Renati libros, de re militari. Nunc primum figuris aeneis illustratus. Cui accedunt loca aliquot a Francisco Modio Brug. in Sexto Julio Frontino Notata.Wesel, Andreas van Hoogenhuysen, 1670. [16] + 604 + [49 + 1 blank]+ 78p. Roman & Italic letter. Engraved title; numerous engraved half-page illustrations in the text. 2 parts in one volume. 8vo. Contemporary vellum. Excellent school edition of the traditional selection of ancient military writings including Poliorceticus' book on Roman army camps. Part II comprises commentaries by Godeschalc Steewich (1557-88) to Vegetius's De re militari, with a general index, which are here first illustrated with attractive engravings. The volume also contains Peter Scriver's observations on Vegetius, and Isaac Casaubon's redaction of Poliorceticus' De toleranda obsidione. A fresh copy with late 18th century English armorial bookplate inside frontcover.Jähns 63; Spaulding & Karpinski 78. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         VIAGGIO DI LEVANTE DEL SIGNOR DI LOIR. Nel quale si hanno molte notizie della Grecia, del dominio del Gran Signore, della religione e de' costumi de' suoi sudditi & altre particolarità non descritte da Pietro della Valle. Aggiontovi il viaggio d'Inghilterra...... Tradotto dall'idioma francese nell'italiano dal Secretario F.F.B.

      appresso Gioseffo Longhi, 1670. In-24 gr. (mm. 142x72), p. pergamena mod., tit. ms. al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 438 pp.num., 15 cc.nn. (di Indice). Unito (da p. 321) : "Viaggio d'Inghilterra del Signor di Sorbiere.. dove si tratta di molte cose spettanti allo stato delle scienze e della religione & altre materie curiose. Tradotto dall'idioma francese nell'italiano dal Secretario F.F.B.". Questo interessante "viaggio di Levante" è raccontato in dieci lettere indirizzate a vari personaggi; la prima, inviata al Sig. Hullon, riguarda Malta, Smirne, Efeso, Costantinopoli e l'ultima, destinata all'Abate Menagio, percorre l'itsmo di Corinto, il Peloponneso, Corfù, Zante, Ragusa, Dalmazia, Istria, fino a Venezia. Raro. Cfr. Melzi "Diz. opere anonime", p. 216: "L'innominato traduttore è Manfredo Settala, milanese". Con aloni, antiche scritte a penna margin., ma discrerto esemplare con barbe.

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         Osnabrvga

      1670 - "Osnabruga, vel Aureliopolis, a conditore suo Imperatore Aurelio illustris, sui Episcopi sedes, magnifica, et Vetustissima Urbs". Orig. Kupferstich von W. Hollar, um 1670. Mit ornament. Titelkart. und gr. Wappen. 35:48 cm. Parthey 877. Abdruck vor Hollars Namen (siehe Parthey "Nachträge .") - Gesamtansicht von Osnabrück aus der Vogelschau.

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         TRACTATUS DE ACQUAEDUCTU, in 4 voll.

      ex Officina Io. Andreae Magrii - Carolum Rubeum, 1670. prima ediz., in 4°(cm 33x21), pp. 1° vol.: 2 b., 40 nn., 412, 62 nn.; 2° vol.: 40 nn., 466, lxxvj; 3° vol.: 32 nn., 291, 1 b., 68 nn.; 4° vol. 12 nn., lxxix, 1 b., 570, 9 nn. Ottima leg. coeva p/perg., dorsi con nervi e tit. manos. (piccoli restauri ben eseguiti), grandi marche tip. ai front., nel 1° vol. bellissimo ritratto di Bartolomeo Aresio, Reggente del Senato di Milano, a cui il volume è dedicato, opera di Blanchus su bozzetto di Cesare de Laurentys; mm. grandi testatine, capil. xilografici abitati e floreali, finalini e fregi vari. Importante e ricchissima opera sul governo delle acque pubbliche e private, tecnica idraulica, diritti e servitù agrimensurali ad esse relativi, in cui l'A. (Pavia 1620-1693, Arcidiacono della Cattedrale pavese, docente di diritto canonico e civile all'Università della sua città) ha saputo adattare l'antico diritto romano alle necessità della sua epoca e non solo, perché il suo ventennale lavoro è stato considerato insuperabile fino alla nostra epoca. Argomenti contenuti nel 1° vol.: Quomodo constituatur. Ex quibus Aquis. Quot modis. Quis possit constituere. De praescriptione decennali, vicennali, & immemorabili. De Possessorio, & Petitorio in materia Aquarum; nel 2° vol.: De Appellationibus, quae in Aquarum materia interponi possunt. De Servitute Acquaeductus in suo esse constituta. De Collaticijs, & Aquarum mensuris, cum suis Buchellis. De Rivis; nel 3° vol.: De Precario, quod in Aquarum materia frequentissime praticatur. De Servitute Aquaeductus, quomodo amittatur, vel per non usum, vel per aquisitionem, & confusionem. De Molendinis; nel 4° vol.: Centum Quaestiones Miscellaneae amplectens tractantes... Opera completa delle sue 21 tavv. in xilografia di cui molte ripiegate, e 1 tabella rip., in prima edizione e molto raramente completa nei 4 voll. e con tutte le sue illustrazioni. A very good copy. 613/34

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         Antonius de Arena provençalis, de bragardissima villa de Soleriis. Ad suos compagnones studiantes, qui sunt de persona friantes, bassas dansas & branlos practicantes, nouuellos quamplurimos mandat. His posterioribus diebus grassis augmentatus, & à mandatis Conardorum abbatis Yo, de Rothomago, in lucem enuoyatus. [unito a:] Nova novorum novissima, sive Poemata stylo macaronico conscripta

      Stampatus in stampatura stampatorum, s.l. [forse Francoforte] 1670 - 2 opere unite editorialmente in 1 volume in-12 (150x95 mm.), pp. 191, (1). Fregio xilografico (pavone) al primo frontespizio. Elegante legatura di stile Luigi XVI in piena pelle marezzata, piatti incorniciati da bordura a dente di topo e a rotella, unghie decorate in oro, dorso liscio con anforette incise in oro e titolo inciso sempre in oro su tassello in marocchino rosso. Segnacolo serico azzurro. Ottimo esemplare. Edizione miscellanea assai rara e, a giudizio di Brunet e di Nodier, la più ricercata poiché la più completa (in realtà è ristampa materiale e fedelissima dell'edizione del 1604, con l'aggiunta delle rime del bergamasco Bartolomeo Bolla, che sono invece parzialmente in edizione originale). Antonius de Arena, o Antoine Arène, originario di Solliers in Provenza, scrisse questi suoi versi in lingua macaronica (miscela di basso latino, provenzale e francese) con intento deliberatamente burlesco. Molto importanti ai fini dello studio del costume sono le sue particolareggiate descrizioni delle cosiddette "Basses Danses" (balli che nell'Inghilterra elisabettiana presero il nome di "The Measure"), quali la Pavane, la Gaillarde, le Tourdion, la Courante. Oltre a questo pedagogico "Trattato sulla danza popolare", sono contenuti anche altri poemi macaronici come il "Sacco di Roma", Le "guerre napoletane" (delle quali l'autore fu testimone in qualità di soldato), il "Conflitto degli Ugonotti" (opera che è però di Rémy Belleau) e la "Guerra di Genova", oltre a numerosi versi d'encomio a vari personaggi. La seconda opera, annunciata da proprio frontespizio a pag. 107, è lavoro del bergamasco Bartolomeo Bolla, vissuto a cavaliere tra XVI e XVII secolo per lo più ad Heidelberg, dove forse era migrato per problemi religiosi (cfr. J.-G-B. Galiffe, Le refuge italien de Genèveaux XVIme et XVIIme siècles, Genève 1881). L'autore stesso si autodefinisce uno "zanni" e probabilmente fu attore e buffone presso quella corte tedesca. Nella presente edizione si trovano, oltre a brevi omaggi poetici ridanciani e talvolta scurrili, parte in latino maccheronico e parte in volgare, anche i suoi "Dicta excellentissima de omnibus Italiae Nationibus", cioè rassegna di attributi che denotano (contribuendo a fissare uno stereotipo) l'indole degli abitanti delle varie città d'Italia (per esempio, parlando dei Genovesi, l'autore ci riferisce che sono eleganti nell'abito ma parchi all'apparenza, ridicoli nel parlare ma tolleranti nel commercio, consumatori di verdure e inospitalissimi, etc. ). Chiude la silloge una "Una scarseletta del Bergamasco" dedicata al Carnevale, e la "Canzzonetta [sic] bergamascha de Bala le Oche", testimonianza popolare rilevantissima poiché anch'essa destinata alla danza. Bibliografia: Brunet, I, 393-394: "Cette édition est recherchée". Catalogue de la Bibliothèque de M. L*** [G. Libri], 453. Pitré, Bibliografia delle tradizioni popolari, 2481. Magriel, p. 43 (cita altra ed. successiva). Cfr. anche Agostini E., Zanni a Heidelberg. Suggestioni e ipotesi su un attore del secolo XVII in "Il Bergamasco in commedia. La tradizione dello Zanni nel teatro d'antico regime" (Bergamo, Lubrina, 2012). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Dutch Theodorus Brakel MYSTIC Mysticism Psychic Esoteric Geestelijcken Levens

      Amsteldam : wed. van Abraham vanden Burgh, 1670 - 1670 Dutch Theodorus Brakel MYSTIC Mysticism Psychic Esoteric Geestelijcken Levens EXTREMELY Rare 1st edition / comp@$1,225 Theodorus à Brakel (also: Dirk Gerrits à Brakel) ( Enkhuizen , 1608 – 1669 ) was a Dutch Reformed minister and author of devotional works. He is particularly known for two mystical writings, namely the geestelijck Life (1649) and The stairs of geestelijcken Life (1670). À Brakel belonged to the flow of the Further Reformation. We find a 1698 German edition of this book for more than $1,225. We do not find another example of this exceedingly rare 1st edition for sale worldwide Main author: Theodorus a Brakel Title: De trappen des geestelijcken levens Published: Amsteldam : wed. van Abraham vanden Burgh, 1670. Language: Dutch FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 464 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Amsteldam : wed. van Abraham vanden Burgh, 1670. Size: ~6in X 3.75in (15cm x 9.5cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Lisboa oder Lissabon

      Artist: Merian Matthäus ca ; issued in: Frankfurt on Main; date: ca1670 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Folds smoothed; - size (in cm): 28 x 34,5; - description: Map shows a toatl view of Lissabon as bird s eye view; - vita of the artist: Matthäus Merian (1593 ? 1650) , born in Basel, learned the art of copperplate engraving in Zurich and subsequently worked and studied in Strasbourg, Nancy, and Paris, before returning to Basel in 1615. The following year he moved to Frankfurt, Germany where he worked for the publisher Johann Theodor de Bry. He married his daughter, Maria Magdalena 1617. In 1620 they moved back to Basel, only to return three years later to Frankfurt, where Merian took over the publishing house of his father-in-law after de Bry's death in 1623. In 1626 he became a citizen of Frankfurt and could henceforth work as an independent publisher. He is the father of Maria Sibylla Merian, who later published her the famous and wellknown studies of flowers, insects and butterflies.

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         VIAGGIO DI LEVANTE DEL SIGNOR DI LOIR Nel quale si hanno molte notizie della Grecia, del dominio del Gran Signore, della religione e de’ costumi de’ suoi sudditi & altre particolarità non descritte da Pietro della Valle. Aggiontovi il viaggio d’Inghilterra...... Tra

      Bologna, appresso Gioseffo Longhi, 1670. In-24 gr. (mm. 142x72), p. pergamena mod., tit. ms. al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 438 pp.num., 15 cc.nn. (di Indice). Unito (da p. 321) : “Viaggio d'Inghilterra del Signor di Sorbiere.. dove si tratta di molte cose spettanti allo stato delle scienze e della religione & altre materie curiose. Tradotto dall'idioma francese nell'italiano dal Secretario F.F.B.”. Questo interessante “viaggio di Levante” è raccontato in dieci lettere indirizzate a vari personaggi; la prima, inviata al Sig. Hullon, riguarda Malta, Smirne, Efeso, Costantinopoli e l'ultima, destinata all'Abate Menagio, percorre l'itsmo di Corinto, il Peloponneso, Corfù, Zante, Ragusa, Dalmazia, Istria, fino a Venezia. Raro. Cfr. Melzi “Diz. opere anonime”, p. 216: “L'innominato traduttore è Manfredo Settala, milanese”. Con aloni, antiche scritte a penna margin., ma discrerto esemplare con barbe.

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         Histoire Fabvlevse et Genealogiqve des Dievx et des Heros de L’Antiqvité Payenne. Ou nouvelle Histoire Poëtique. Divise’e en trois parties Tres-utile pour comprendre aysemét toutes les obscurités des anciens Poëtes & Historiens, tant Grecs que Latins.

      A Paris, Chez I. [Jacques] Cottin, 1670. Avec Privilege dv Roy. - In-12° ; 6 feuillets non chiffrés y compris la page de grand titre (Advis av lectevr.)-11 pp. (Avant Propos.)-2 ff. non chiffrés (Table des Chapitres)-228 pp. Pein maroquin janséniste marron foncé, dos à nerfs chiffré, titre or, tranches marbrées dorées, dentelle or intérieure, doublure et garde volante en papier peigné, reliure postérieure, étui bordé de maroquin marron, bel exemplaire. Édition originale rarissime. Seuls 3 exemplaires sont répertoriés en France dans les fonds publics et 1 unique exemplaire dans un fonds européen. Amiens, Bibliothèque Municipale, HR 40 A. BnF, J-24909. Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, 8Z4544 INV 7636 FA (exemplaire signalé incomplet). Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek - Niedersächsische Landesbibliothek, Waterloostr. 8, Magazin Lierferziet. - Cioranescu, XVIIe siècle, n° 65428. MANQUE À BRUNET, BARBIER, GREASSE ET AUX NOMBREUSES BIBLIOGRAPHIES SUR LE SUJET ! UN OUVRAGE CURIEUX, D’UNE GRANDE RARETÉ, divisé en trois parties réunissant plus de quatre-vingt-quinze articles sur l’identité de divinités anciennes qui ont contribué à la formation du Panthéon grec ou latin. FIRST EDITION VERY SCARCE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Antique Master Print-SINGING MEN AT CANDLELIGHT-Van Somer-Van Ostade-ca. 1670

      - Antique Master Print, untitled. Group of singing men in a window with candlelight. Mezzotint engraving on hand laid paper. paper. Watermark: Circle with a lion. Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: Only state. Ref: Hollstein 82. Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Jan van Somer' after 'Adriaen van Ostade'. Jan van Somer / Someren (Amsterdam; ca. 1645- ca. 1699) was a painter and one the early mezzotint engravers in the Netherlands, brother of Paul van Somer. Born in Haarlem in 1610, Adriaen van Ostade trained with Frans Hals. He remained in this city for the rest of his life and died here in 1685. Very influential artist, who had pupils like Cornelis Bega, Cornelis Dusart and Jan Steen. Condition: Good, given age. No margins, some restored tears. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-133 LATPC The overall size is ca. 9.5 x 11.6 inch. The image size is ca. 9.5 x 11.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 24.2 x 29.5 cm. The image size is ca. 24.2 x 29.5 cm.

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         L. Anneo Seneca ilustrado en Blasones Politicos y Morales, y su Impugnador Impugnado de si mismo. Al Serenissimo Señor El Señor D. Juan de Austria.

      En Madrid, por Mateo de Espinosa y Arteaga, 1670. - in-4. Frontispice. 15ff. 359pp. 4ff. Plein vélin à rabat, éléments décoratifs en bandelettes de parchemin, grand initiale "S" sur fond doré sur le plat supérieur (reliure postérieure dans le style Mudejar). Edition Originale de ce très rare livre d'emblèmes par le chroniqueur espagnol Juan Baños de Velasco y Acebedo (1615-1682). Grand admirateur de la pensée de Sénèque, Baños répond ici à l'oeuvre de Alonso Núñez de Castro "Séneca impugnado de Séneca en cuestiones políticas y morales" (1651), dans laquelle ce dernier avait tâché de mettre en évidence certaines contradictions supposées de la pensée du philosophe et homme d'Etat romain, né à Cordoue. Structuré autour de 23 questions, toutes illustrées d'une gravure sur cuivre et richement argumentées, l'ouvrage constitue une sorte de bréviaire politique où l'auteur formule une série de conseils politiques et moraux à l'usage du monarque, défendant avec ardeur la noblesse de sang comme vecteur de la vertu et pilier de la bonne gouvernance. Beau portrait de Juan de Austria en frontispice, par Pedro de Villafranca. 19 des 23 gravures que totalise le corps d'ouvrage sont signées Marcos Orozco, les quatre restantes sont l'oeuvre de Diego de Obregón. Bel ex-libris héraldique gravé sur un feuillet préliminaire, datant probablement de l'époque de la reliure. Brunissures, mais bon exemplaire par ailleurs, dans une spectaculaire reliure postérieure de style Mudejar. Palau, 23442. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         La Chine . illustrée de plusieurs monuments tant sacrés que profanes, et de quantité des recherchés de la nature & de l'art.

      Amsterdam Jean Jansson à Waesberge 1670 - First edition in French, folio, [xiv], 367, [xii]pp., additional engraved title, engraved portrait, 2 folding maps, 23 engraved plates (3 folding) as per list, numerous engravings in the text, modern calf antique preserving old end-papers, a very good example. 'One of the most influential books in shaping the European conception of China in its day' (Löwendahl). "Gathering his work from other members of the Society [of Jesuits], Kircher wrote one of the century's most influential treatises on China. His primary purpose was to establish the authenticity of the Nestorian monument discovered in Sian, and to that end he produced in print the original Chinese and Syriac inscriptions on the monument, the Chinese text in romanization, and finally a Latin translation and his explication of the Chinese and Syriac texts. In addition, Kircher included a sizeable description of China and other places in Asia. For example, in a section devoted to Christianity in China, he sketched all the old overland routes, including that of Grueber and d'Orville from Agra to Peking, as well as giving a description of Tibet. Following what he thought to be the spread of idolatry from the Near East to Persia, India, and finally to East Asia, Kircher described the religions of China, Japan, and India. There are several chapters on government, customs, geography, fauna, flora, and mechanical arts of China, and a very interesting scholarly discussion of the Chinese language. There is a long Chinese-Latin dictionary. Kircher's volume contains several beautiful pictures taken from Chinese and Mughal originals, which Grueber had brought back to Europe with him in 1664. Although the book was not the product of Kircher's own experience in China, it was frequently used or cited as a source of information by later writers. Some of the information contained in it, for example the text of the Nestorian monument, Roth's description of Hindu religion, and Grueber's description of Tibet, had not appeared in print before." (Lach). Cordier, BS 26; Merrill 20 (Antwerpen 1667); de Backer-S. IV, 1064, 24; Lipperheide Le 3; Löwendahl 133. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Nic. Cragii Ripensis de Republica lacedaemoniorum libri IV / Hereclidæ Pontici De Politii Libellus cum interpretatione latina Edente Nicolao Cragio / Ex Nicolai Damasceni Universali Historia seu De moribus Gentium libris excerpta Johannis Stobæi collectanea, quæ Nicolaus Cragius latina fecit, & seorsum editit

      Ex officina Joannis à Gelder - Lugduni Batavorum (Leyde), 1670, in-8, velin du temps, dos carré sans nerf, fleurons et filets dorés. Titre manuscrit. Tranches mouchetée rouges, traces de liens. Décor doré sur les deux plats représentant Pallas Athéna tenant un blason aux armes de la ville de Leyde. 8ff.-573pp. Les pages [497] et [545] portent des titres particuliers : Hereclidæ Pontici De Politii Libellus cum interpretatione latina Edente Nicolao Cragio // Ex Nicolai Damasceni Universali Historia seu De moribus Gentium libris excerpta Johannis Stobæi collectanea, quæ Nicolaus Cragius latina fecit, & seorsum editit. Colophon à l'adresse d'Abraham Verhoef page [574]. Brunet VI, 1234, 22844. Texte en grec et en latin. Seconde édition de cette histoire de la république de Sparte, publiée pour la première fois en 1593 chez Petrum Santandreanum (Pierre de Saint André) en Suisse. Très bel exemplaire en vélin décoré du temps.

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         LECTIONES GEOMETRICAE

      London: John Dunmore, 1670. {4), 147, (3) pp. 12 foldout plates. Small 4to (200*160 mm.). Signatures: A2, B-T4, V3. The A quire consisting of title with blank verso and 2 pp. Benevolo Lectori. The V quire has the concluding pp. 145-47 of the main text, Errata on V2verso and a remark to p. 100 on V3recto, verso is blank. A V4 could be expected, but is not there in any of the other 5 copies known. Contemporary blindtooled calf with gilt decoration on spine. outer hinges expertly repaired. The red letteringpiece only mentions the title of the work bound in front (the classic 1675 trilogy annotated by Barrow). A hidden book, only known to the owner of the library. Later endpapers. PROVENANCE: Turner Collection, its bookplate at fpep. Quite rare. John Locke's copy is at the BL, further OCLC has 6 copies in US libraries (UCLA, Harvard, Smithsonian, NYPL, Franklin & Marshall Col, and John Hopkins). Another copy is at the Un. of Sydney. "Barrow's geometrical formulations could well have been the basis on which systematized algorithmical calculus structures were subsequently erected" (DSB). B. was made first Lucasian professor of mathematics at Cambridge, but resigned his chair to Newton. Cantor suggests, that Newton reviewed this write-up of the lectures and quite heavily annotated them. DSB is more reluctant in describing the relation between Newton and his math teacher Barrow. BOUND AFTER: Archimedes, Apollonius of Perga and Theodosius as commented and illustrated by Barrow (1675), for description see book 33803. The price relates to the Sammelband.. First Edition.

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         [Triumphal arches and catafalques (elaborate funeral biers) erected in the years 1715, 1721-1723 and 1737]. [Sienna, ca. 1728, with 1 addition ca. 1737]. Folio (ca. 29 x 21 cm). 8 original drawings in black ink with ink washes plus 1 additional line drawing of a catafalque added about a decade later. Never bound, but formerly sewn.

      Original ink and ink-wash drawings of 5 triumphal arches and 3 catafalques (elaborate funeral biers), plus an additional line drawing of a 4th catafalque on the back of one leaf, all erected at various locations in the city of Siena in Tuscany: in the cathedral, in the piazza before the cathedral, in Palazzo Piccolomini and at the Porta Santuccio. The drawings are richly decorated with sculptures, bas-reliefs, columns, cartouches, vases, candelabras and decorations, including Christian and classical figures and putti. The five triumphal arches were all erected for the occasion of the entry of Alessandro Zondadari (1670-1745), the new archbishop of Sienna on 11 August 1715. He was the fourth and last son of Ansano Zondadari and Agnese di Mario Chigi. She was a niece of Pope Alexander VII and heir of her brother Cardinal Flavio Chigi, one of the most influential and powerful men in Siena. One catafalque was erected for the funeral of Alessandro Zondadari's older brother Marc' Antonio Zondadari (1658-1722), Grand Master of the Sovereign Military and Hospitaller Order of Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and Malta. Flavio Chigi went to great lengths to advance the prestige and power of his Zondadari relatives, paying many thousands of scudi to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Cosimo III de' Medici (1642-1723) for hereditary titles he could pass on. It is therefore no surprise that the Zondadari arches and catafalques are accompanied by catafalques for the Grand Duke himself and his wife Margarita Luisa d'Orléans (1645-1721), daughter of Gaston, Duke of Orléans and brother of King Louis XIII. Formerly folded down the middle. With a small and faint stain in the first leaf an even smaller one in the second leaf, and an occasional small spot, but still in very good condition. A lovely set of drawings.

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         TRACTATUS DE AQUAEDUCTU, in 4 voll.

      ex Officina Io. Andreae Magrii - Carolum Rubeum, 1670. In 4(cm 33x21), pp. 1 vol.: 2 b., 40 nn., 412, 62 nn.; 2 vol.: 40 nn., 466, lxxvj; 3 vol.: 32 nn., 291, 1 b., 68 nn.; 4 vol.:12 nn., lxxix, 1 b., 570, 9 nn. Ottima leg. coeva p/perg., dorsi con nervi e tit. manos. ed antichi restauri ben eseguiti, grandi marche tip. ai front.; nel 1 vol. bellissimo ritratto di Bartolomeo Aresio, Reggente del Senato di Milano, a cui il volume dedicato, opera di Blanchus su bozzetto di Cesare de Laurentys; in tutti i voll. mm. grandi testatine, capilettera xilografici abitati e floreali, finalini e fregi vari. Importante e ricchissima opera sul governo delle acque pubbliche e private ed i diritti e le servit agrimensurali ad esse relativi, in cui l'A. ha saputo adattare l'antico diritto romano alle necessit della sua epoca e non solo, perch il suo ventennale lavoro stato considerato insuperabile fino alla nostra epoca. Argomenti contenuti nel 1 vol.: Quomodo constituatur. Ex quibus Aquis. Quot modis. Quis possit constituere. De praescriptione decennali, vicennali, & immemorabili. De Possessorio, & Petitorio in materia Aquarum; nel 2 vol.: De Appellationibus, quae in Aquarum materia interponi possunt. De Servitute Acquaeductus in suo esse constituta. De Collaticijs, & Aquarum mensuris, cum suis Buchellis. De Rivis; nel 3 vol.: De Precario, quod in Aquarum materia frequentissime praticatur. De Servitute Aquaeductus, quomodo amittatur, vel per non usum, vel per aquisitionem, & confusionem. De Molendinis; nel 4 vol.: Centum Quaestiones Miscellaneae amplectens tractantes Nel 1 vol. vi sono 6 grandi incisioni: I. - Tuba ad mensuram Papiensem brachiorum decem II. - Aquae, quae utuntur Mediolanenses, Papienses, & Laudenses in Rugijs regularibus III. - Figura Mediolanensis extrahendi Aquas a'Navigio Magno IV. - Ad Formam Papiensem ex lapidibus unciar V. - Forma Papiensis ex Lignis pro uncijs sex aquarum ad brachium La 6^ ill. n.n. : Figura Partitoris ubi aqua pro duobus tertijs spectat at unum Nel 2 vol.: vi sono 7 figure ed 1 tabella ripiegata; nel 4 vol. vi sono 8 figure n.t. di cui 1 ripiegata. Lievi fior. Opera in prima edizione e molto raramente completa nei 4 voll. e con tutte le sue illustrazioni. A very good copy. 645/21

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         A journey into Spain.

      London, printed for Henry Herringman, 1670. - 8vo (165 x 105 mm), pp. [viii], 247, [1, blank]; slightly browned; contemporary sheep; extremities rubbed; some worming to front cover; remnants of label on spine; from the library of the earls of Macclesfield.First edition in English. A free and abridged translation of Voyage d'Espagne curieux, historique et politique, first published anonymously in 1665. Setting out from the Netherlands in 1651 in the company of François van Aerssen, Brunel toured France, Germany and Italy before travelling to Spain in March 1655. The party made its way to Madrid via San Sebastián, Vitoria and Burgos, returning to France at the end of June via Zaragoza, Tudela and Pamplona. Aranjuez and Alcalá de Henares are also described. Brunel compiled this account of his travels around 1657 using his own notes and those of Van Aerssen (who drowned on his return to the Netherlands and to whom the work is sometimes attributed).A Journey into Spain, in its portrayal of the country as religiously, politically and socially backward, demonstrates a conscious awareness in Europe of Spain's decline as a world power during the mid-seventeenth century. Brunel's account of his experiences in Spain confirm John Lynch's statement that the 'syndrome of rural poverty, depopulation, financial chaos, and recession of American trade produced Spain's first great crisis in the modern period. The crisis can be dated between 1598 and 1620, and it was a crisis of change, denoting a reversal of the economic trends of the sixteenth century. The worst was still to come. From 1640 political disintegration and military collapse compounded the economic disorder and reduced Spain to absolute depression. And by this time there was no hope of relief from America' (Lynch, Spain under the Habsburgs II pp. 10–11).Palau 372954; Wing B5230. Language: Spanish & Catalan [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Rare Antique Master Print-GENRE-ANIMAL-MONKEY-HERD-DONKEY-Leeuw-ca. 1670

      - Antique Master Print, untitled. An Italian landscape with a herd of animals and a monkey sitting on the back of a horse. Etching on laid paper. Description: Very good impression. State: Only state. Ref: Hollstein 5. Provenance: Rietstra (Not in Lugt).Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Govert van der Leeuw' after own design. Govert van der Leeuw (Dutch; 1645-1688) originated from Dordrecht. He worked in Italy for some years and is also known as Gabriele da Leone. Condition: Very good, given age. Small margins, on three sides. Laid down on a support sheet. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-C29-37 The overall size is ca. 9.3 x 6.7 inch. The image size is ca. 8.9 x 6.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 23.6 x 17.1 cm. The image size is ca. 22.5 x 16.6 cm.

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         Thesaurus et Armamentarium medico chymicum. Aureum seculum redivivum

      Sumptib Joannis Antonii Huguetan 1670 - Pergamino época reforzado en el lomo 17 hojas + 490 págs. + 34 hojas Texto en latín. Antiguas marcas de humedad. 5 hojas del prólogo sin la mitad inferior. Rastros de polilla sin afectar a la caja tipográfica. Tiene señales de polilla en 13 últimas hojas del índice, que está sin numerar pero contiene 34 hojas . Contiene también el "Aureum seculum redivivum" pags. 475 a 490

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         Rare Antique Map-LEWARDEN-LEEUWARDEN-FRIESLAND-Jollain-c. 1670

      - Antique map, titled: 'Lewarden.' - A bird's eye view of Leeuwarden (Friesland, the Netherlands). Etching/engraving on hand laid paper. Description: Views of Jollain are scarse and sought after by collectors.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Gerard Jollain' after own design. Gerard Jollain (active 1660-1683) was a French copper engraver, active in Paris under the sign of 'Ville de Cologne'. Condition: Very good, given age. Original middle fold, as issued. A crease in the right side of the image. Some slight soiling and small stains in the margins. A smaller crease in the lower left margin corner. A small manuscript annotation in the lower right corner of the caption. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B3-10 The overall size is ca. 22.7 x 17 inch. The image size is ca. 19.9 x 14.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 57.7 x 43.3 cm. The image size is ca. 50.6 x 36.3 cm.

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         Africa: being an accurate description of the regions of Aegypt, Barbary, Lydia, and Billedulgerid, the land of negroes, Guinee, Aethiopia, and the Abyssines, with all the adjacent islands, either in the Mediterranean, Atlantick, Southern, or Oriental Sea, belonging thereunto. With the several denominations of their coasts, harbors, creeks, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, castles, and villages. Their customs, modes, and manners, languages, religions, and inexhaustible treasure; with their governments and policy, variety of trade and barter, and also of their wonderful plants, beasts, birds, and serpents.

      T. Johnson London 1670 - First edition. Folio (43 x 28cm. approx.), xvi, 768pp., half-title, engraved frontispiece, 47 engraved plates and maps as called for in list of plates, most double-page or folding, also with 10 engravings on 5 sheets, not called for in list of plates but present in most copies, 46 engravings in text, contemporary panelled calf gilt, red morocco lettering piece. Ogilby was Cosmographer to Charles II. "Africa" was the first publication in Ogilby's great project to create an Atlantic or English Atlas designed to increase England's trade and extend her national prestige. Ogilby's idea of an atlas meant not only maps but also available and up-to-date translations of various accounts, principally from Dapper. Although he used the same frontispiece, title-page and maps as Dapper, Ogilby used folio sheets one-third larger than Dapper's which made the volume more impressive. Ogilby also added tales of English interest such as the attack on the "Mary Rose" specifically for the home market. Wing 0163; Tooley, Africa, p87. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Portugal - Frederick de Wit, 1670.

      FRAAIE ANTIEKE KAART VAN PORTUGAL"Novissima Regnorum Portugalliae et Algabriae?. Kopergravure met privilege uitgegeven te Amsterdam doo Frederick de Wit in 1670. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd en fraai met goud gehoogd. Afm. 58,8 x 49,3 cm. De Wit signeerde de kaart in de plaat (linksboven): ?Ex Officina Frederici de Wit?.De kaart toont een veelheid aan details: vestingwerken, wegen, kerken, abdijen en honderden kleine dorpen. Het geheel is versierd met twee fraaie cartouches, elk op klassieke wijze weergegeven met putti en wapenschilden van onder andere Portugal en Algarve.De vroegste contacten dateren waarschijnlijk uit 1147, toen Vlaamse en Friese kruisvaarders de Portugese koning te hulp schoten om Lissabon op de moslims te veroveren.Als beloning ontvingen de Lage Landen belangrijke handelsvoordelen van de Portugese koning. Handel zou ook in de daaropvolgende eeuwen de basis vormen voor de bloeiende relaties tussen Nederlanders en Portugezen.De Opstand wijzigde de betrekkingen tussen beide landen echter ingrijpend. Aanvankelijk onderhielden Nederland en Portugal goede relaties. Lissabon stuurde in 1576 een speciale vertegenwoordiger naar de Staten-Generaal om de onderlinge vrijhandelszone in een verdrag vast te leggen.Toen Spanje echter Portugal in 1580 bezette, ging het mis. Nederlandse schepen mochten niet langer in Portugese havens aanleggen en hadden daardoor geen toegang meer tot de specerijenmarkten van Lissabon en andere steden. Nederland zag zich daardoor gedwongen zelf naar Indi? te gaan.Dat leidde tot een forse koloniale expansie van de Nederlandse Republiek, maar het zou ook een regelrechte oorlog met Portugal opleveren. Evenals de Engelsen en de Fransen probeerden de Nederlanders hun wereldwijde handelsnetwerk uit te breiden ? veelal ten koste van de Spaanse koloniale belangen. Aangezien Portugal en Spanje sinds 1580 de Iberische Unie vormden, waren Portugese kolonies en handelsposten eveneens een doelwit.Troepen van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC) en de West-Indische Compagnie (WIC) verdreven de Portugezen uit grote delen van het Verre Oosten (Oost-Indi?, Ceylon) en een deel van West-Indi?. De Nederlanders namen Malakka in en vestigden een handelspost in Formosa, het latere Taiwan.Niet overal was de strijd tegen de Portugezen overigens even succesvol. Pogingen om Goa ?de ?hoofdstad? van het Portugese oostelijke rijk? in te nemen mislukten. Na eerdere Nederlandse veroveringen van Portugese kolonies in Brazili? wisten de Portugezen de Nederlanders uiteindelijk weer te verdrijven.In 1640 liftte Portugal mee op de Catalaanse Revolutie en wist zich aan het Spaanse gezag te ontworstelen en weer onafhankelijk te worden. Kort daarna werden ook de banden met de Nederlandse Republiek weer aangeknoopt.In 1675 opende de Portugese Synagoge zijn deuren in hartje Amsterdam. Het gebedshuis was op dat moment de grootste synagoge ter wereld.Frederick de Wit (1630-1706) was graveur en kaart verkoper geboren in Gouda. Door zijn huwelijk met Maria van der Waag - de dochter van een rijke koopman - in 1661 verkreeg hij zijn burgerrecht voor Amsterdam waar hij sinds 1648 werkte. Hij had een winkel in de Kalverstraat op de hoek met de Dam, aanvankelijk "De Dry [drie] Crabben? genaamd. Na verloop van tijd werd de naam veranderd in ?De Witte Pascaert?. Hij werd een van de beroemdste kaartenmakers van de 2e helft van de 17e eeuw. Alhoewel hij als katholiek zeker niet bevoordeeld was, prijkte zijn naam op de stedelijke lijst van ?goede mannen? van 1694 tot 1704.Prijs: ?950,-.

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         Alexandre du Puy, Chevalier Marquis de Saint André Montbrun.

      Kingdom of France: ca. 1670.(). Copper plate engraving. 37 x 29.5 cm.Bust-length portrait. Signed & inscr. in plate. Stamped/embossed "F. R. K." lower left corner. VG-NF.

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         A short relation of some part of the sad sufferings and cruel havock and spoil, inflicted on the persons and estates of the people of God, in scorn called Quakers: for meeting together to worship God in spirit and truth since the late act against conventicles to the prejudice & ruin of many in their liberties, properties, estates, and life it self. Contrary to the laws of God, of nature, and of the land, to the dishonour of the government, and destruction of the good people of England, for whose information this is published, and these horrible oppressions laid open

      London 1670 - "A short relation of some part of the sad sufferings and cruel havock and spoil, inflicted on the persons and estates of the people of God, in scorn called Quakers: for meeting together to worship God in spirit and truth since the late act against conventicles to the prejudice & ruin of many in their liberties, properties, estates, and life it self. Contrary to the laws of God, of nature, and of the land, to the dishonour of the government, and destruction of the good people of England, for whose information this is published, and these horrible oppressions laid open". Printed in London, 1670. First edition. 76 pages. Rebound with half-binding smooth Morocco over contemporary marbled boards. Gilt titling to the spine with new endsheets.Ink notation on the title page. Paper repair made to the last page of text. Toning and soiling throughout the textblock with small stains. Wing; S3619; Smith, J. Friends' books; II 671. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(G11-20) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Tumultos de la ciudad y Reyno de Napoles en el ano de 1647 par don Pablo Antonio de Tarsia doctor en sagrada theologia, y Abad de San Antonio, Patronato de su Casa, en la Ciudad de Conversano

      A costa de Claudio Burgea, en Leon de Francia 1670 - Legatura 700 in pergamena rigida con titolo oro su tassello dipinto al ds. (piccola mancanza al margine esterno del piatto posteriore). Alcune carte un po brunite e qualche sporadica macchiolina ma, nel complesso, ottimo esemplare. Opera rara. 4to (cm. 24,3), 4 cc.nn., 195(1) pp., 14 cc.nn. (ultima bianca). Frontis. in rosso e nero con vignetta calcografica. Testo su due colonne. Bella marca tipografica (con motto docta per orbem scripta fero ) alla fine delle carte di Indice iniziale, ripetuta a p. 195.

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         De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus.

      Dominici Ferri, Bologna 1670 - A fine copy of one of the most important early treatises on fluid mechanics. In this work Borelli "argues against positive levity, discusses the Torricellian experiment, takes up siphons, pumps, and the nature of fluidity, tries to understand the expansion of water while freezing, and deals with fermentation and other chemical processes" (DSB). "This work is important as the first treatise on capillarity, and for containing important investigations on the action of capillary tubes, in which the author, inter alia, formulates the law that the height of the ascent of liquids in capillary tubes is inversely proportional to their diameters. His investigations also led him to the conclusion that the phenomenon of capillarity is independent of the pressure of air" (Zeitlinger in Sotheran, First supplement, 3060). "[De motionibus naturalibus] was well known among Borelli’s contemporaries and is quoted by Varignon in his Projet d’une nouvelle mechanique. It is reviewed in the first volume of Philosophical Transactions Abridged, where it is praised for its thoroughness, for the discussion of Torricelli's experiments and for Borelli’s stand against Descartes on the nature of fluidity" (Roberts & Trent). Borelli regarded this work, together with his De vi percussionis (1667), as necessary preparation for his masterpiece, De motum animalium (1680-81), on which he had worked since the early 1660s. The work appeared in three subsequent editions, testifying to its influence."While On the Force of Percussion laid out some foundational propositions relating to motion and colliding bodies, the subsequent work, On the Natural Motions, was intended to be far more wide reaching In the concluding propositions to On the Force of Percussion, Borelli dismisses Aristotle’s views on falling bodies. Borelli begins On the Natural Motions in that same pose. He attacks Aristotle for supposing that elements possess either heaviness or lightness. According to Aristotle, positive levity (referring to the supposed intrinsic lightness of bodies that allows them to rise rather than fall in a natural state) is a quality of air and re. Earth and water, on the other hand, contain a gravity that impels them towards their natural place at the centre of the earth. Borelli makes it clear from the outset of this second book that he is determined to dispel these views" (Boschiero). "Giovanni Alfonso Borelli, while embracing the doctrine of corpuscles in motion , uniquely sought to constrain it by means of mathematics. In De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus he was concerned ‘to show that all events in the world of body are up for explanation by the force of heaviness only, if only one attributes fitting shapes to the particles of bodies, so that the force of heaviness, directed toward the center of the Earth, compels them according to mechanical laws [i.e., those of statics] to move in other directions, too, depending on circumstance. He therefore regards the corpuscles as machines, which are moved by the force yet determined as to direction by their construction. Since the only driving force is thus the pressure of bodies upon others and themselves, he conceives of the totality of movements on Earth as a problem in hydrostatics’" (Cohen, pp. 393-4). "Borelli’s analysis of the collision of elastic bodies relies on a notion of the spring-like and machine-like properties of some parts of nature. For example, air particles impact upon each other, transmitting a motive virtue one upon the other that is maintained through the compressive properties of these corpuscles. In other words, each corpuscle of air, when impacted, compresses, moves as a result of its attained motive virtue and recoils in order to re-acquire its lost space before impacting onto another particle. In such an environment, less dense particles of re, with their own shapes and properties inconsistent with those of air, are pushed upwards. Thus, Borelli debunks Aristotle’s theory of positive l [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Antique Master Print-LANDSCAPE WITH BRIDGE OVER POND-CHILDREN-H.78-Waterloo-1670

      - Plate B: Landscape with man and woman crossing a wooden bridge over a stream (Hollstein 78). 17 th. c. ed. on paper with watermark: foolscap (c. 1670-1680). Expert assessment. Attractive subject. Etching on a verge type hand laid paper. Description: 17th c. etchings of Antonie van Waterloo are scarse. It is assumed by experts that Cornelis Danckerts II acquired control of the waterloo plates as early 1655, so well during Waterloo's lifetime. As such most 17th. C. plates are published by Danckerts. The numbering of the plates also points to that. The plates later passed over to the Ottens family earliest 1717.Artists and Engravers: This plate was etched by the reknown Anthonie (Anthony) Waterloo. Although etched he is known to have added accents to his work by burin and other engraving techniques as well. Anthonie Waterloo (1609-1690) is born in Lille, but his family moved to Amsterdam probably to escape religious persecution. He was a painter and etcher and famous for his landscapes (136 items). He developed his own style, probably as an auto-didact. Although Waterloo traveled widely, many of his landscapes were probably imagined in the workshop and were influenced by the work of other landscapists. Condition: Fair. Excellent impression. General age related toning with light soiling. Light folding, barely noticable on front. Paper loss in top and bottom left margin. Bottom right margin slightly remargined. Some remains of paper tape on rear from previous storing. This item has not been washed, cleaned, bleached, restored. Storage location: Q2-260 LA The overall size is ca. 6.8 x 5.5 inch. The image size is ca. 6.1 x 5.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 17.3 x 13.9 cm. The image size is ca. 15.5 x 13.1 cm.

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         Enchiridium [Enchiridion]. Una cum cebetis thebani tabula Graece & Latine: Ex recensione Abrahami Berkelii [Abraham van Berckel], cum ejusdem animadversionibus & notis.

      Leiden und Amsterdam, Gaasbeek, 1670 - 13 Bll., 250 S., 1 Bl. 1 Kupfertitel und 1 gefalt. Kupfertafel (jeweils von Romeyn de Hooghe). Brunet II, 1012: "Une des plus jolies petites édit. de ce livre faites en Hollande". - Zweisprachige (Griechisch und Lateinische) Ausgabe des Handbüchleins der stoischen Moral [Enchiridion] des Epiktet (Epictetuis) herausgegeben von Abraham van Berckel, der durch seine Übersetzungen aus dem Griechischen bekannt wurde. - "Das von Epiktetos stammende Manuale oder Handbüchlein der Moral ist ein kurzer Auszug aus Vorträgen, die Arrianos niederschrieb. - Epiktetos ist ein Schüler des Musonius, den er in Rom kennenlernte. Seine Philosophie ist, ähnlich wie die des Seneca, stark von religiösen und moralischen Tendenzen beherrscht, und wiederum ganz ähnlich wie bei Seneca steht auch er dem Kynismus nahe, den er in seiner innerlichsten Form pflegt" (Ziegenfuß I, 288). - Besonderes Augenmerk verdient die vorliegende Ausgabe aufgrund der zwei Kupferstiche (Kupfertitel und gefaltete Kupfertafel von Romeyn de Hooghe. - Kupfertitel mit ca. 3 cm langem Randeinriss (ohne Verlust). Anfangs und gegen Ende etw. tintenfleckig. Sonst etw. gebräunt und fleckig. Das letzte Blatt (Impressum) mit Text von alter Hand. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 8°. Ldr. der Zeit mit Rückengoldprägung und 5 falschen Bünden (stark beschabt und etw. bestoßen). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         1670 Giacomo Tomasini Roman Catholic Hospitality Titus LIVY Letters Pavia Italy

      Amstelodami, : sumptibus Andreæ Frisii, 1670. - 1670 Giacomo Tomasini Roman Catholic Hospitality Titus LIVY Letters Pavia Italy Giacomo Filippo Tomasini was a 17th-century Catholic bishop in Istria most known for his biographical books on Catholicism and important Catholic figures. This book “De Tesseris Hospitalitatis” is a rare book on Roman Catholic hospitality and humanitarianism. This book is bound with “Episcopi Aemoniensis Titus Livius”; a collection of letters and writings on and about Livy and the antiquities of Pavia. Livy was celebrated for his flavor of Patavinity, and Tomasini wrote many works that trended toward the styles of Livy. These two works are bound together as expected. They are found bound together in each example found and recorded in libraries. This fine work is filled with detailed engravings depicting large extravagant dinners, coins, medals, and portraits. Item number: #1627 Price: $599 TOMASINI, Giacomo Filippo Jac. Philippi Tomasini De Tesseris Hospitalitatis Liber singularis, In quo jus hospitii universum, apud veteres potissimum expenditur Amstelodami, : sumptibus Andreæ Frisii, 1670. Details: • Collation complete with all pages; 2 volumes in 1: o De Tesseris Hospitalitatis – [12], 227, [25] o Episcopi Aemoniensis Titus Livius – 125, [17] o 28 engravings including 16 full-page plates, 4 folding & 8 in-text • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Language: Latin • Size: ~5.5in X 3in (14cm x 8cm) • Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1627 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Practica nova imperialis Saxonicae rerum criminalium in partes III divisa.Wittebergae, sumptibus haeredum D. Tobiae Mevii, et E. Schumacheri, typis excusa M. Henckelii, 1670.

      Wittebergae, sumptibus haeredum D. Tobiae Mevii, et E. Schumacheri, typis excusa M. Henckelii 1670 - Tre parti in un volume di cm. 33,5, pp. (12) 343 (1); (12) 435 (1); (12) 406 (102). Con ritratto dell'A. e bellissima antiporta (che riporta la data 1652 come tutte le edizioni stampate a Wittenberg tra il 1652 e il 1670) incisi finemente in rame f.t.; frontespizio in rosso e nero. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena con traccia titoli ms. al dorso e piccole unghie; tagli rossi. Trascurabili bruniture. Esemplare fresco e ben conservato. Benedikt Carpzov (1595-1666), fu giurista pratico di enorme fama; ricoprì numerose cariche pubbliche ed insegnò a Lipsia. Quest'opera gli garantì una straordinaria circolazione dottrinale in tutta Europa e pone luce sulla giurisdizione di diritto comune e criminale sassone. Così commenta Wieacker (in Storia del diritto privato moderno, Milano, 1980, p. 327): " La reale importanza di Carpzov sta nel suo essere stato il rappresentante più tipico dello stile scientifico della sua epoca: con la sua infaticabile diligenza di ricercatore, la sua straordinaria esperienza di operatore pratico e la puntuale lucidità dei suoi giudizi; egli fu un maestro nell'offrire delle sintesi conclusive di tutto un travaglio di elaborazione scientifica, un maestro come sempre sogliono esserci quando si chiude un'epoca particolarmente significativa (si pensi, in momenti tra loro diversissimi, ad Ulpiano ad Accursio al WIndscheid). Alla storia spirituale del suo tempo il Carpzov appartiene, non tanto come rielaboratore della prassi giudiziaria e come sistematico o come storico, ma proprio per il modo caratteristico della sua operosità di giurista". Raro e ricercato. Cfr. Kvk; Sapori riporta un'edizione successiva; non in Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus

      Bologna: Dominici Ferri, 1670. A fine copy of one of the most important early treatises on fluid mechanics. In this work Borelli "argues against positive levity, discusses the Torricellian experiment, takes up siphons, pumps, and the nature of fluidity, tries to understand the expansion of water while freezing, and deals with fermentation and other chemical processes" (DSB). "This work is important as the first treatise on capillarity, and for containing important investigations on the action of capillary tubes, in which the author, inter alia, formulates the law that the height of the ascent of liquids in capillary tubes is inversely proportional to their diameters. His investigations also led him to the conclusion that the phenomenon of capillarity is independent of the pressure of air" (Zeitlinger in Sotheran, First supplement, 3060). "[De motionibus naturalibus] was well known among Borelli's contemporaries and is quoted by Varignon in his Projet d'une nouvelle mechanique. It is reviewed in the first volume of Philosophical Transactions Abridged, where it is praised for its thoroughness, for the discussion of Torricelli's experiments and for Borelli's stand against Descartes on the nature of fluidity" (Roberts & Trent). Borelli regarded this work, together with his De vi percussionis (1667), as necessary preparation for his masterpiece, De motum animalium (1680-81), on which he had worked since the early 1660s. The work appeared in three subsequent editions, testifying to its influence. Provenance: The Earls of Macclesfield (bookplate on front paste-down and blind-stamps on first three leaves); Sotheby's London, 19 June 2004 (lot 387, £5,040). "While On the Force of Percussion laid out some foundational propositions relating to motion and colliding bodies, the subsequent work, On the Natural Motions, was intended to be far more wide reaching ... In the concluding propositions to On the Force of Percussion, Borelli dismisses Aristotle's views on falling bodies. Borelli begins On the Natural Motions in that same pose. He attacks Aristotle for supposing that elements possess either heaviness or lightness. According to Aristotle, positive levity (referring to the supposed intrinsic lightness of bodies that allows them to rise rather than fall in a natural state) is a quality of air and re. Earth and water, on the other hand, contain a gravity that impels them towards their natural place at the centre of the earth. Borelli makes it clear from the outset of this second book that he is determined to dispel these views" (Boschiero). "Giovanni Alfonso Borelli, while embracing the doctrine of corpuscles in motion ..., uniquely sought to constrain it by means of mathematics. In De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus he was concerned 'to show that all events in the world of body are up for explanation by the force of heaviness only, if only one attributes fitting shapes to the particles of bodies, so that the force of heaviness, directed toward the center of the Earth, compels them according to mechanical laws [i.e., those of statics] to move in other directions, too, depending on circumstance. He therefore regards the corpuscles as machines, which are moved by the force yet determined as to direction by their construction. Since the only driving force is thus the pressure of bodies upon others and themselves, he conceives of the totality of movements on Earth as a problem in hydrostatics'" (Cohen, pp. 393-4). "Borelli's analysis of the collision of elastic bodies relies on a notion of the spring-like and machine-like properties of some parts of nature. For example, air particles impact upon each other, transmitting a motive virtue one upon the other that is maintained through the compressive properties of these corpuscles. In other words, each corpuscle of air, when impacted, compresses, moves as a result of its attained motive virtue and recoils in order to re-acquire its lost space before impacting onto another particle. In such an environment, less dense particles of re, with their own shapes and properties inconsistent with those of air, are pushed upwards. Thus, Borelli debunks Aristotle's theory of positive levity, which attributes motion only to intrinsic qualities of nature rather than extrinsic forces proportional to elastic properties of corpuscles. To illustrate his point, on several occasions Borelli discusses the 'structure of air': It is . . . reasonable to assign to the particles of air a structure which forces them to unfold when they are constricted against their natural requirement. We understand this if we conceive that the substance of air consists of countless juxtaposed small machines. Then we clearly perceive that an elastic virtue can be found in this aggregate since the small machines attempt at dilating after being compressed (Prop. XCCIII). "After covering further ground with the description of theories and experiments to do with the vacuum, the Torricellian tube and the freezing process of liquids, Borelli reaches his conclusions reminding his readers of the nal destination of this project: This is enough on the motions resulting from the innate force of gravity. We indeed do not consider extending further these preliminaries nor delaying the edition of the main argument on the movements of animals longer (Prop. CCLXXVII)" (Boschiero). Born in Naples, Giovanni Borelli (1608-79) studied mathematics at Rome under Benedetto Castelli. Sometime before 1640 he was appointed professor of mathematics at Messina. In the early 1640s, he met Galileo in Florence. In 1656 Borelli was appointed to the chair of mathematics at the University of Pisa, a post previously held by Galileo. It was in Pisa that Borelli met the Italian anatomist Marcello Malpighi; the two men became founder members of the short-lived Accademia del Cimento. Motivated by Malpighi's own studies, Borelli began his first investigations into the science of animal movement. This began an interest that would continue for the rest of his life, eventually earning him the title of the Father of Biomechanics. In May 1665, Cardinal Michelangelo Ricci, Roman correspondent and adviser to the Tuscan Court, wrote to Prince Leopoldo de Medici, the patron of the Cimento, encouraging Borelli to apply himself to the composition of a treatise on motion. Borelli's initial response was that he was instead concentrating on a treatise on anatomy, but, seemingly at Ricci's insistence, Borelli eventually agreed, the result being the two works De vi percussionis and De motionibus naturalibus. Both works were composed, or at least drafted, before his departure from the Medici court in 1667, when he returned to Messina. At this point the Cimento effectively ceased to function, even though it apparently was not formally dissolved, and even though Prince, now Cardinal, Leopold continued to direct some experimental work until he died in 1675. "On the way [to Messina, Borelli] passed through Rome and stopped for the summer in Naples. While there he was the guest of the Investiganti for whom he repeated many of the experiments he had performed at the Cimento. And he also repeated for his own edification some work that the Investiganti had accomplished independently. As a result of this visit, Concublet provided for the publication of De motionibus naturalibus, for which Borelli reciprocated by writing a warm dedication to him" (DSB). The Accademia degli Investiganti was founded in 1663 by Leonardo di Capua, under the patronage of Andrea Concublet, Marquis of Arena. DSB II.306-14; Carli-Favaro 78 (329); Cinti 291 (147); De Caro 54; Krivatsy 1577; Riccardi I.159-60; Roberts and Trent p. 42; Wolf, History of science, technology, and philosophy I pp. 58-60. L. Boschiero, Introduction to Borelli's On the Movement of Animals - On the Natural Motions Resulting from Gravity, P. Maquet (tr.), 2015; H. F. Cohen, How Modern Science Came into the World: Four Civilizations, One 17th Century Breakthrough, 2014. 4to (220 x 160 mm), pp [8], 566, [6], title ruled in red, contemporary vellum over wooden boards, manuscript lettering to spine, fresh and crisp throughout. Very rare in such fine condition.

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         HISTOIRE ET VOYAGE DE LA TERRE-SAINTE, OU TOUT CE QU'IL Y A DE PLUS REMARQUABLE DANS LES SAINTS LIEUX, EST TRÈS-EXACTEMENT DÉCRIT.

      Pierre Compagnon & Robert Taillandier 1670 - GOUJON (JACQUES-FLORENT). HISTOIRE ET VOYAGE DE LA TERRE-SAINTE, OU TOUT CE QU'IL Y A DE PLUS REMARQUABLE DANS LES SAINTS LIEUX, EST TRÈS-EXACTEMENT DÉCRIT. Lyon, Pierre Compagnon & Robert Taillandier, 1670. In-4° (240x185mm), 6ff.-358pp.-5ff.-16 planches, 1 carte dépliante: demi-cuir de Russie, dos à nerfs, reliure du XIXe siècle. EDITION ORIGINALE. Jacques Goujon (1621-1693) avait exercé le commerce de la fourrure avant de devenir religieux de l'observance de Saint François. Il fit deux voyages en Terre Sainte en 1636 et 1666 qui lui donnèrent la matière de ce livre ou il propose une histoire et une description de cette région du monde à travers 23 visites dont les dernières sont consacrées à l'Egypte. L'édition est illustrée d'une carte dépliante de la Terre Sainte déssinée par Gajon, ainsi que de 16 planches dépliantes (ancienne est nouvelle Jérusalem, plans de l'Eglise du Saint Sépulcre, plan de l'Eglise de Bethleem, etc.). Légers accrocs aux coiffes. Rousseurs. Restauration sur une carte, derniers feuillets abîmés sans atteinte au texte, déchirure à une carte, taches brunes, coins effilochés sur 7 pages, cartes et planches renforcés. Précieux témoignage de l'industrie de la pêche en Gaspesie et en Acadie au XVIIe siècle. First edition of this work, Jacques Goujon (1621-1693) was a Franciscan friar who took part in crusade of 1636 and upon his return to France he recorded his travels. The plates are based on the author's original drawings with 16 folding plates and a folding map of the Holy land. few pages at the end of the volume with a little paper in the corner missing not affecting the text, bound in half calf 19th century. (REF: P1-4B) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Het Gezantschap Der neêrlandtsche oost-indische Compagnie, aan den grooten Tartarischen Cham, Den tegenwoordigen Keizer van China [.].

      Amsterdam, Jacob van Meurs, 1670. - Folio. 2 Teile in einem Band. Kupfertitel, Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, 2 Wappenkupfertafelf, 2 Bll. Widm., 208; 258 SS., 5 Bll., mit 111 Textkupf., 1 gef. kupferkte., 35 dpblgr. kupfertaf. Ldr. mit rücken- u. Deckelblindpr., rfil. u. rsch. Zweite holländische Ausgabe (vorher: 1665) dieser Beschreibung der 1655-57 stattgefundenen Gesandschaftsreise v. Peter de Goyer u. Jacob de keyzer, mit allgemeiner Landesbeschreibung v. China in Tl. 2. Die Kupfer mit Ansichten (darunter Batavia, Kanton, Macao, Nanking u. Peking), Plänen, Trachten, Pflanzen, Tieren usw. - "the Dutch being at the height of their power, having supplanted the Portuguese, desired to gain access to China and a portion of the Chinese trade. After much opposition the Government suc-ceeded in sending merchants to try the pulse of the Chinese at Canton. upon their report it was determined to despatch ambassadors from Batavia to the Court of Peking to solicit liberty to trade. this is the embassy written up by nieuhoff, who was steward to the ambassadors" (Cox). - Die Zusammenstellung der Tafeln variiert v. Exemplar zu Exemplar. Vorliegendes enthält 2 im Tafelverzeichnis nicht genannte Wappenkupfertafeln, jedoch nicht das dort ebenfalls ungenannte Porträt, ferner fehlt die Tafel "Paolinxi". kaum gebräunt oder fleckig, anfangs u. am Ende unwesentliche Randmängel, die Karte knitterig, wasserfl. u. mit hinterlegten Einrissen. Cat. Nederl. Hist. Scheepvart Mus. 499; Cordier, BS 2345; Graesse iV, 675; Tiele 800; vgl. Boucher de la Richarderie V, 297, Cox i, 325 u. Henze iii, 612. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A Relation of the Coasts of Africk called Guinee With A Description of the Countreys Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants of the productions of the Earth and the Merchandise and Commodities it affords with some historical Observations upon the coasts Being collected in a Voyage by the Sieur Villault Escuyer Sieur de Bellefond in the years 1666 and 1667

      First  English edition. 12mo. Later vellum. [x], 280pp. London, John Starkey,

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         Ducatus Slesvicensis,

      - Kobberstukket kort over hertugdømmet Slesvig. Frederik de Witt, Amsterdam c. 1670. 49x57 cm. Med brede margener. Smuk samtidig håndkolorering. Med titelkartouche og kobberstukket våbenskjold. Med passepartout i nyere gylden metalramme. * Stateligt og særdeles dekorativt kort over hele Sønderjylland eller Hertudømmet Slesvig, som landet mellem Kongeåen og Ejderen kaldtes siden middelalderen. Kortet trækker på Johannes Mejers kort fra Caspar Danckwerths atlas fra 1652. Her er møjsommeligt og detaljeret gjort rede for Vadehavet og marsken med de mange lumske grunde og sejlbare kanaler. Kortet omfatter også Helgoland.

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         ATLAS JAPANNENSIS: BEING REMARKABLE ADDRESSES BY WAY OF EMBASSY FROM THE EAST-IN

      - London 1670, Johnson. Full tooled new leather saving the old leather, 4 double, 71 half page, 1 full page copper etched 24 double, 71 half page, 1 full page copper etched plates, folding map, 488p., 27.5 x 42.5 cm. bright copy.VERY R A R E *** *** *** . . TRULY A GREAT & EARLY FOLIO WITH PROFUSE ENGRAVINGS . . ONE OF THE EARLIEST BOOKS ON JAPAN IN ENGLISH . . A MONUMENTAL, HISTORIC AND IMPORTANT EARLY RESOURCE . . . SUBTITLE continued: Their Religions, Laws, and Customs, Prodigious Wealth & Gorgeous Habits, the Nature of Their Soil, Plants, Beasts, Hills, Rivers & Fountains With the Character of the Ancient & Modern Japanners. Collected Out of Their Several Writings and Journals by Arnoldus Montanus. English'd and Adorn'd With Above a Hundred Several Sculptures by John Ogilby, Esq; Master of His Majesties Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. * A NOTE ABOUT THE "Old English" Spelling: This and other works of this period were commonly written in "Olde English," where the F = S ergo below spellings above taken exactly as on title page. Text also commonly has same spellings. . * * * * * * . AN HISTORIC AND IMPORTANT WORK ON JAPAN: . A truly great and possibly the first major monograph & book devoted strictly to Japan. The copper engraved plates to this large folio work represent a high-water mark in book illustrations of the 17th century. With most astute observations from actual Japanese views graphically reproduced in the classic Western-European copper engraving style. *** FOLIO This work is the most grand and a Deluxe very early if not the first major English language resource on Japan. It predates most other English sources, being a remarkable FIRST work on Japan, hitherto an isolated and unknown country in the English, Western & European worlds. It brought much needed information about this long "closed country" [Sakoku] to those would be potential trading partners. The most coveted of the "big books" dedicated with a full sub-title page to Prince Charles II. Lavishly illustrated with many full, double-folding and four-page single large & folding plates. The book size is 28 x 43 cm. . Finely printed letterpress title page in black and red ink. *** The work is complete, the first part from pages 1-312; followed by "A SECOND AND LATER DISCOURSE CONCERNING THE EMPIRE OF JAPAN" from pages 313-488. **** RARE ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION: This is a major early antiquarian resource on Japan. This work covers the primary observations and writings of two Dutch missions to Nagasaki in 1649 and 1661. . The pantheon of such superb and early primary resources are quite small. Due in fact because Japan had closed herself to the outside world, fearing that it too would be broken up into foreign-controlled pieces like China. Therefore Japan closed her doors to all Western visitors & commerce. The two brief exceptions were the Portuguese in 1549 who were allowed a small foothold on Hirado [Firado] Island in Southern Japan, and the Dutch who in 1604 were allowed to stay on a tiny island in Nagasaki harbor called Deshima. This island had a small causeway connecting it to the Nagasaki mainland, that was gated and controlled by the Shogun. * The Dutch were allowed a small amount of visiting commerce ships which traded under the Dutch East India Company auspices. The Dutch were allowed "special Japanese prostitutes" as companions, but there were not allowed to come and go off Deshima Island at will. Once a year, a person was designated by the Shogun to travel under guard to journey overland to Edo [old Tokyo] to have an audience with the Shogun. Englebert Kaempfer a Dutch doctor was one of those who went to see the Shogun and wrote a superb book published in 1727 on Japan and his life there. Check with us as we may have a copy in stock. . The current work by Montanus precedes Kaempfer's historic work by some fifty-eight years. *** FIRST AND ONLY ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION: The First Edition of Montanus was in Dutch. The English edition is by far the most

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        Proprium sanctorum canonicorum regularium S. Augustini jussu & authoritate reverendissimi, ac celsissimi principis. Burghausen, J. J. Luzenberger 1740. Gr. 8°. 3 Bll., 415 S., 4 Bll., mit Wappenkupfer als Frontispiz, Goldschnitt, Ldr. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Filete u. Eckfleurons auf den Deckeln.

      - Sehr seltener Druck aus Burghausen (über KVK nur 1 Exemplar in der Dombibliothek Freising nachweisbar).- Durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt.- Die besonderen Messen an den Heiligenfesten der Augustiner herausgegeben von Cajetan Anton Freiherr Notthafft von Weißenstein (* 23. Juni 1670 auf der Burg Marquartstein; ? 4. Juli 1752 in Berchtesgaden). Er war von 1732 bis 1751 Fürstpropst der Fürstpropstei Berchtesgaden. Das Frontispiz mit seinem Wappen.- Johann Jakob Lutzenberger (* unbekannt; ? 1745 in Burghausen) eröffnete ca. 1734 die erste Buchdruckerei in Burghausen.- Nur gering fleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben, insges. schönes Exemplar.

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