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        Glossarium ad scriptores mediæ & infimæ græcitatis, in quo græca vocabula novatæ significationis, aut usus rarioris, barbara, exotica, ecclesiastica, liturgia, tactica, nomica, jatrica, botanica, chymica explicantur, eorum notiones & originationes reteguntur: Compluret ævi medii ritus, & mores; dignitates ecclesiasticæ, monasticæ, palatinæ, politicæ, & quamplurima alia observatione digna, & ad historiam byzantinam præsertim spectantia, recensetur ac enucleantur.

      E libris editis, ineditis, veteribusque monumentis. Accedit appendix ad glossarium mediæ & infimæ Latinitatis, unà cùm brevi etymologico lingua Gallicæ ex utroque glossario. 1-2. Paris, apud Anissonius, Joan. Posuel, & Claud. Rigaud, 1688. Folio. Engr. extra title,+ (4),+ XL,+ (4) pp,+ 1-392, 395-1278 cols.; (2) pp.+ 1279-1793,+ 1-214 cols.,+ (1 blank),+ 2 pp.+ 3-101 cols.,+ (4) pp.,+ 1-316 cols. One full page engraving in volume one. Old paper-repair on titles after cut-out owner's stamps. Somewhat worn contemporary full calf, spines gilt with raised bands and red labels. Two volumes. Book plate of Dr. J. Klüber and ex-library stamps on front fly-leaves. Brunet II, 851 "Livre trés recherché". Graesse II, 439. First edition. Rare. A reprint was published in 1958. Du Cange (1616-88) was one of the founders of modern historical criticism. His most important works are: this, "Glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infimae Graecitatis", and the "Glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infamae Latinitatis", which are indispensable aids to the student of history and literature of the middle ages

      [Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet]
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        Opera omnia anatomica et medica. Partim jam antea excusa, sed plurimis locis ab ipso auctore, emendata & aucta, partim nondum edita. Nunc simul collecta, & diligenter recognita per Timannum de Diemerbroeck.

      4 n.n. Bl., 746 S., 5 n.n. Bl.; 494 S., 76 S., 3 n.n. Bl. Mit allegorischem, gestochenem Vortitel und 20 (4 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit. 2 Bände in 1 Band. Waller 2452. - Wellcome II, 467. - Hirsch II, 182. - Krivatsy 3201 (unvollständig). - Nachdruckausgabe nach der ersten in Utrecht 1685 erschienenen Gesamtausgabe, herausgegeben von Diemerbroecks Sohn. Erschien im gleichen Jahr wie die Ausgabe Genf bei de Tournes. Enthält seine Schriften über die Pest und seine anatomischen Arbeiten, mit denen Diemenbroeck grossen Erfolg hatte. - Mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "Collegij Societatis Jesu Heidelbergo". - Papier leicht gebräunt. Die Tafeln meist mit Quetschfalten. Einband stark beschabt. Kapitale mit Fehlstellen.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        Missale Cisterciense, juxta novissimam romani recogniti correctionem, authoritate reverendissimi domini D. Abbatis Cisterciensis generalis editum

      ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti Antwerp: ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti. 1688. Folio, pp. [60], 488, xcix, [1]; bound with: Supplementum missarum pro monasterio Salem, [Salem?: ca. 1700], 8pp. bound with: four single sheet special masses. Printed in red and black throughout, engraved vignette title-p., 3 full-p. copperplate engravings are found before the proper op the season, the ordinary of the mass, and the feast of the Assumption; bound in at the back is an 8-p. supplement for the Cistercian Monastery at Salem in southern Germany; bound in contemporary full black morocco, gilt- tooled paneling on both covers, gilt fillets on spines, leather thongs with brass clasps (one clasp missing); gold and red Dutch floral pastedowns, a.e.g., top and bottom edges gauffered around headbands; some finger soiling throughout, occasional mild dampstaining, but in all a very good, impressive copy. A Catholic altar missal according to the Cistercian use, and employing the black notes and red staves of the Georgian musical notation. This copy was acquired by the Cistercian monastery in Salem in southern Germany (Baden) following the fire in 1697 that destroyed many of the buildings. The monastery secularized in 1802 and the library was moved to Peterhausen, and thence was sold to the University of Heidelberg. A portion of the library, including this volume, was acquired by Baron von Lassberg. The Lassberg collection of post-incunabula was sold en bloc to an Anglo-American bookselling consortium in 1999. The Cistercian Monastery at Salem was an important imperial abbey, founded in 1136 by Bl. Frowin (a companion of St. Bernard of Clairvaux). It was noted in the Middle Ages as being the most beautiful and richest monastery in all of Germany. At the beginning of the 14th century no less than 285 monks called it home. The Church was not destroyed until the fire of 1697, and the rest of the monastery was beautifully rebuilt around it. But by 1698 the monastery had only 49 priests and 13 choir monks. In September 1802, as a consequence of Napoleon's policies, the abbey was secularized and became Schloss Salem, a summer residence for the Margave of Baden. An impressive volume, beautifully printed, and enhanced by the presence of the additional Supplement and single sheet masses at the back. Not in OCLC.

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books ]
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        Viridarium Danicum, sive Catalogus Trilingvis Latino - Danico - Germanicus Plantarum Indigenarum in Dania Observatarum Qvarum cuique suus est additus Locus, qvo inprimis nascatur; ...

      Kbhvn. 1688. (12) + (2) + 174 + (22) s. Samt., lidt slidt spejlbind. Sidste registerside rep. med lidt teksttab til følge. (Det manglende er: Waldblume 35. Walddistel 3. Wasser Polen. Wasser portulaci). Gl. navn p. fribl. + titelbl. Contp. panelbinding, a little marked of use. Last index page restored with a little loss of text. Old name on flyleaf.. Den første (og i 100 år den eneste) danske flora. Med 1103 planters navne på latin, dansk og tysk samt vækststed og tid.Tidligt tryk med afslutningsvignet; senere tryk har i stedet for denne vignet en 5- liniet trykfejlsliste i følge sammenligning med KB's eksemplar.The first (and for a hundred years the only) Danish flora. With 1103 names of plants in Latin, Danish and German together with growing places and time. This is an early printing with end-vignette.Bibl. Dan. II, 189. Thesaurus II, 527

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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