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2017-04-22 13:45:21
Onofri Fedele
In Venetia : appresso Gioseppe Tramontin, 1688. In-12 240. Cartoncino rigido. Esemplare molto rifilato con perdita di qualche parola, pagine arrossate. Edizione rara. La numerazione delle pagine salta da 237 a 239. Cicogna 606. 17mo secolo
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2017-04-22 12:18:31
Merian Matteo (1595/1651)
Lerici, 1688. Applicata su vecchio supporto cartaceo, vecchia coloritura mm 215x340
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini [Gavirate, Italy]
2017-04-22 09:57:44
Vinzenz Hamp (Autor), Meinrad Stenzel (Autor), Josef Kürzinger (Autor), Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Autor)
Friedensreich Hundertwasser, geb. 1928 in Wien als Fritz Stowasser ("Sto" bedeutet in einigen slawischen Sprachen "hundert", daher sein Künstlename), verbrachte 1948 drei Monate an der Wiener Kunstakademie bei Prof. Robin Christian Andersen. Ausgedehnte Studienreisen führten Hundertwasser von 1949 bis 1951 nach Paris, Marrakesch, Tanger, Tunis, Italien und Spanien. Von 1983 bis 1986 entstand im Wiener 3. Bezirk das berühmte "Hundertwasser-Haus". Ab 1990 arbeitete er an zahlreichen rennomierten Architektur-Projekten. Für seine goldenen Zwiebeltürme, strahlenden Mosaiken und leuchtenden Spiralen von einem Millionenpublikum geliebt, von Kunstkritikern als "Behübscher" und "Zuckerbäckerarchitekt" belächelt, löste der Kunstmaler, Architekt und Zivilisationskritiker Kontroversen aus. Friedensreich Hundertwasser starb am 19. Februar 2000. 1. Aufl. ca. 1688 S. zahlr. Ill. , 29 cm 4°, gebundene Ausgabe, Gewebe mit Samt und farbigen Metallfolienplättchen Sehr schön und dekorativ. Bibelausgaben, Die Bibel, Hundertwasser-Bibel Bebildert von Friedensreich Hundertwasser [Gebundene Ausgabe] von Vinzenz Hamp (Autor), Meinrad Stenzel (Autor), Josef Kürzinger (Autor), Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Autor) ISBN 3-629-01058-X / 362901058X ISBN-13 978-3-629-01058-2 / 9783629010582 Bibelausgaben, Die Bibel, Hundertwasser-Bibel Vinzenz Hamp Meinrad Stenzel Josef Kürzinger Friedensreich Hundertwasser Die Bibel Pattloch Die Geschichten des NEUEN TESTAMENTS Die Geburt Jesus, Die Flucht nach Ägypten, Die Bergpredigt werden von dem renommierten Sprecher Peter Kaempfe überzeugend gestaltet. Mit seiner bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-22 08:36:49
Denis de Sainte-Marthe
Chez Arnould Seneuse, Paris, 1688. in-12, plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre rouge, caissons ornés, roulette sur les coupes et les contre-plats. Manque partiel à la coiffe supérieure, plats frottés. , XXXVI, XVII (tables), 309 pages. Comprend la Table des Titres, des Traités, des Sociétés Protestantes, des Eglises prétendues Réformées et des Auteurs Protestants. Edition originale. Solide exemplaire, intérieur frais. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie Christian Chaboud [Le Pin la Garenne, France]
2017-04-21 23:33:00
Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Kalymnos and the small surrounding islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2646/1710 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Kalymnos Calamo
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Sifnos from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2656/1720 Greece Cyclades Sifnos Siphano Sifano
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Mykonos and the surrounding small islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Fair impression, weaker to south of island /lower half of plate; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2665/1724 Greece Cyclades Mykonos Micone
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Paros, Antiparos and the surrounding small islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression; show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2668/1732 Greece Cyclades Paros Paris
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Naxos and the surrounding small islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso; stain to upper blank margin. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2667/1731 Greece Cyclades Naxos Nicsia
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Skiathos, called mistakenly Cynnethus or Pondico of from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2684/1748 Greece Euboea & Northern Sporades Skiathos Cicynnethus Pondico
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Anafi from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2653/1717 Greece Cyclades Anafi Namphio Nanfio
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Skyros from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2683/1747 Greece Euboea & Northern Sporades Skyros Schiros
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Tilos and the small surrounding islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression, slightly weaker in lower left corner to plate mark; slight show through of text from verso; minor spotting. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2634/1698 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Tilos Piscopia
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Limnos called Stalimene from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression ; show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2674/1738 Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Limnos Stalimine
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Kea from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Piacenza erroneously entitles the map "Cythnus" but within the map he prints" Cythnus hodie Zea" Fair impression; show through of text from verso; light toning and spotting. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2661/1725 Greece Cyclades Kea Zea
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Kythera. from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Faint impression, slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2688/1752 Greece Ionian Isalnds Kythera Cerigo
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Leros and the small surrounding islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression; slight show through of text from verso; minor spotting. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2645/1709 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Leros
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Alonisos, called "Pelegnisi " from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2680/1744 Greece Euboea & Northern Sporades Alonisos Pelegnisi
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Kythnos /Thermia /Fermenia from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Kythnos was known as Thermia or Fermenia during the Venetian era of it's history, so named because of the thermal springs. Piacenza erroneously prints "Rhena" within the map on the island; also the shape of the island is far from the reality ,but he does correctly show the town and the springs. Fair impression; show through of text from verso; light toning and spotting. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2660/1724 Greece Cyclades Kythnos Fermenia Thermia
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Folegandros & Sikinos from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2652/1716 Greece Cyclades Folegandros Policandro Sikinos Sicandro
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Nisaros and the small surrounding islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression; show through of text and decorative tailpiece from verso; minor spotting. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2635/1699 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Nisaros Nisare
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Simie, from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso blank. Good impression; some slight toning to right margin; printers crease. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2633/1697 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Simie
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Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Amorgos from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Fair impression ; show through of text and chapter heading from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2649/1713 Greece Cyclades Amorgos Amorgo
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2017-04-21 23:33:00
Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Milos from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Fair impression; show through of text from verso; light toning and spotting. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2655/1719 Greece Cyclades Milos
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Piacenza,Ffrancesco
Greece: Modena `"Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Astypalaia and the small surrounding islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression; slight show through of text and decorative tailpiece from verso; spotting to lower right corner. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2647/1711 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Astypalaia Stampalia
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Samothraki from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2676/1740 Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Samothraki Samndrachi
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Hydra, Spetses & the other small islands surrounding them in the ArgoSaronic Gulf. from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression, slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2687/1751 Greece Peloponnesus Hydra Spetses ArgoSaronic Islands
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Ikaria from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2642/1706 Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Ikaria Nicaria
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Ios from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; show through of text and chapter heading from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2651/1715 Greece Cyclades Ios Nio
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Serifos from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2659/1723 Greece Cyclades Serifos Serphino.
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Kea & the surrounding small islands from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression ; slight show through of text and tailpiece from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2658/1722 Greece Cyclades Kea Zea
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of the Aegean/ Archipelago, from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago" . Verso blank. Good impression ; some slight toning and pale damp stain to upper left corner. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2628/1692 Greece Archipelago
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Euboea/ Negroponte and the coast of Achaæi from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso; short margin [4mm] to rightside due to binder. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2685/1749 Greece Euboea & Northern Sporades Euboea Negroponte Achaiae
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Mytilene/ Lesbos from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2671/1735 Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Mytilene Lesbos
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Ægina in the Saronic Gulf. from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression, slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2686/1750 Greece Continental Greece Aegina Engia Saronic Gulf
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Kos and the coast of Asia minor from "L'Egeo redivivo , o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Fair impression; show through of text and decorative tailpiece from verso; some ink smudging. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2637/1701 Greece Dodecanesus & Southern Sporades Kos Lango
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Samos, showing the coast of Turkey, with Ephesus and other Greek settlements in Ionia. from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2639/1703 Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Samos
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Piacenza, Francesco
Greece: Modena "Eredi Soliani stampatori Ducali" 1688. Copper engraved map of Mount Athos and the coast showing Tassos from "L'Egeo redivivo, o' sia choragraphia dell' Archipelago". Text to verso. . Good impression ; slight show through of text from verso; toning to upper margin. Francesco Piacennza Napolitano, [born in Naples in 1637 , died in Modena 1687], was a doctor of civil and canon law, and professor of geography; he also served as the secretary to the Ambasssador of his Catholic Majesty in Germany for 8 years, thereafter in Bologna as secretary to Cardinal Guzman Buonocampagno who was Bishop. He became a member of the "Academy of the Immovables/ Dissonanti"& attended the newly founded Modena University where he took the course of Natural sciences which included, for the first time, the study of chemistry. He was employed by the Duke of Modena, Francesco II de Este to travel to the Aegean and make a description and map thereof ; unfortunately he died before the publication of "L'Egeo redivivo" in 1688. Piacenza is also famous for his work on Chess " I compeggiamenti dgli Scacchi.."published in Turin in 1683. Zacharakis :2677/1741 Greece Northern Greece & Northern Aegean Mount Athos Mont Athos Monte Santo Tassos
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2017-04-21 21:33:14
Cicero, Marcus Tullius:
Amsterdam, P. & I. Blaeu, 1688. 1 w. Bl., Gest. Titel, Titelvignette, 7 Bll, 688 S., 31 S. Index, 1 w. Bl., 452 S., 8 Bl., 1 w. Bl. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. handschr. Rückentitel. Einband leicht fleckig. Vorderdeckel etwas aufgebogen. Exlibris Prof. Anton Sommer. Papier teils etwas fleckig. Teil 1 mit umfangreichen Kommentar u. Index von Graevius, der mehrere Handschriften heranzog. Teil 2 enthält umfangreiche Kommentare insbesodere von Mautius , sowie einen Index. Schweiger II, 203.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücheretage [Bonn, Germany]
2017-04-21 20:53:47
Caius Suetonius Tranquillus, Suetonius
Sumptibus Iosiae Staedelii, Argentorati (Strasbourg, France) 1688 - Caius Suetonius Tranquillus Two volume set. As is. Year: 1688 Language: Latin Volumes: 2 City of Publication: Argentorati (Strasbourg, France) Stamped "Professor Dr. Ambrosch" Editor: Ioh. Henricus Boeclerus (Johann Heinrich Boeckler) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Wall Group
2017-04-21 19:21:21
Sannig, Bernardo (Bernhard, Bernard). 1688.
. Sannig, Bernardo (Bernhard, Bernard). Schola controversistica seu controversiae universiae ... Prag, Joannis Nicolai Hampelii, 1688. 28,5 x 19 x 4,5 cm. * Mit 2 wiederh. gestoch. Titeln u. 1 Porträt (Gregorius Klein), gestoch. vom Gerard de Groos. * 12 Bl., 189 S.,5 Bl. 6 Bl., 134 S., 3 Bl. Pergamenteinband der Zeit (fleckig, ohne Schließbänder). - Kollationiert, vollständig. - Stellenweise stockfleckig, sont gutes antiquarisches Exemplar. - Das Buch ist dem Gregor Klein gewidmet (Abt des Prämonstratenser Stiftes in Znaim). - Vgl. ADB XXX, 363 Jöcher IV, 130 nicht im STC und bei Voit. - Bernard Sannig OFM (?-1704), auch Bernhard Sannig, manchmal in Quellen als Bernard ze Slezska (Bernard aus Schlesien), war ein tschechischer Philosophe, Theologe und Historiker, Professor Prager Universität und kirchlicher Jurist des Franziskanerordens, eine bedeutende Persönlichkeit dieses Ordens in Böhmen innerhalb des 17. Jahrhunderts. .
Bookseller: aaa4 [Germany]
2017-04-21 19:07:38
James, Thomas [1578 ? - 1629]
Josh Phillips, 1688, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Reprint. Binders boards, worn, soiled, covers detached, residue of reinforcing tape on binding edge. Book plate inside, name in ink on fly leaf. Paper age toned, not brittle but some foxing. First published in 1611. Size: 12mo. 587 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 pounds or less. Category: Religion & Theology; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 12573.
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
2017-04-21 14:18:03
Coronelli Vincenzo Parisotti Antonio
1688. In Venezia Alla Libreria della Geografia sopra il Ponte di Rialto 1688 16° Pagine 14 non numerate + 432 + 1 carta bianca. Legatura coeva in pelle. Abrasioni ai piatti. Mancanze al dorso. Titolo in oro al dorso. Antiporta con le armi del Cardinale Panfilio in antiporta. Emblema dell' Accademia degli Argonauti incisa in rame a piena pagina. 1 strappetto a pagina 1. Fregi, testatine e capilettera incisi in rame. Esemplare mancante (non si evincono segni di strappo) di tutte le carte geografiche. In questo volume è presente il solo testo (probabilmente le mappe non vennero inserite dal legatore). per ilresto ottima copia esente da macchie o fioriture. Cfr: Acta eruditorum Lipsiensium, VI (1687), pp. 581-85; XIII (1694), pp. 332-334; G. Franchini, Bibliosofia e mem. letter. di scrittori francesc. conventuali, Modena 1693, pp. 162-566, 602; G. Gimma, Elogi accad. della Società degli Spensierati di Rossano, I, Napoli 1703, pp. 355-376; Id., Descrizione compendiosa... della Biblioteca universale del p. C., Roma 1704; A. Zeno, V. C., in Giornale de' letterati d'Italia, IX (1718), pp. 342 ss.; G. Gimma, Idea della storia dell'Italia letterata, II, Napoli 1723, pp. 463, 522 s.; L. Moréri, Grand dictionn. historique, III, Paris 1740, p. 643; C. G. Jöcher, Allgemeines Gelehrten Lexicon, I, Leipzig 1750, coll. 2110 s.; V. Sandi, Principi di storia civile della Repubblica di Venezia, I, Venezia 1755, pp. 157-162; P. Ginanni, Mem. storico-critiche degli scrittori ravennati, I, Faenza 1769, pp. 162 s.; G. Tiraboschi, St. della lett. ital., VIII, Modena 1780, pp. 287 s.; G. Toaldo, Sag … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-21 10:37:53
1688. Gelibolu (Türkei). - Panoramaansicht. - Dardanellen. - "Callipolis". MENÜ Über uns Kategorien Ansichten & Karten Dekorative Graphik Druckgraphik Fotografie Gemälde & Plastik Künstlergraphik Mappenwerke Papierantiquitäten Rahmen Sonstige Zeichnung & Aquarell Gelibolu (Türkei) „Callipolis" Panoramaansicht Dardanellen Artikelnummer: 00096133 Radierung um 1688 26,3 x 34,3 cm (Darstellung) 32,6 x 40,2 cm (Blatt) Beschreibung Zahlung & Versand Werk „Callipolis" Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung, um 1688. 26,3 x 34,3 cm (Darstellung) / 32,6 x 40,2 cm (Blatt). Aus: Doppes. (Amsterdam: 1688 Oben in der Darstellung in einer Bandkartusche betitelt "Callipoli". Die schöne Ansicht zeigt die Hafenstadt aus der Ferne mit einer reichen Segelschiffstaffage. Sie liegt an den Dardanellen auf der Halbinsel Gallipoli in der Provinz Canakkale im äussersten Westen des Landes. Künstlerisch ansprechendes Blatt. Mit Wasserzeichen "P". Mit der normalen Verlagsbugfalte. Im Ganzen gut erhalten. Zuordnung Schifffahrt, Osmanisches Reich, Ortsansichten Türkei, Halbinseln, Dardanellen Informationen zur Kaufabwicklung: Zahlarten Wir akzeptieren folgende Zahlarten: PayPal PayPal Plus Kreditkarte Lastschrift Überweisung Auf Rechnung Barzahlung bei Abholung Information zur Zahlung / Versand: Versandkosten Wir versenden mit DHL, die Kosten für Ihr Land entnehmen Sie bitte der Liste: Deutschland: 6,90 Euro Österreich: 11,90 Euro Belgien, Dänemark, Estland, Finnland, Frankreich, Griechenland, Irland, Italien, Kroatien, Lettland, Litauen, Luxemburg, Malta, Niederlande, Polen, Schweden, Slowakei, Slowenien, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-21 10:31:13
Monachij (München), Johannis Jaecklin 1688. Pars Aestiva. Kl.4. 36 Bl., 816, 234 S., 18 Bl., 1 Kupferstich, 1 Titelkupfer, mit vielen reizvollen Initialen. Original-Leineneinband über 4 Bünden. (Einband stark berieben. Schließen in Ordnung. Tlw. etw. gebräunt, ansonsten ordentlich).
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2017-04-21 10:31:13
Monachij (München) Johannis Jaecklin, 1688. Pars Aestiva. Kl.4°. 36 Bl., 816, 234 S., 18 Bl., 1 Kupferstich, 1 Titelkupfer, mit vielen reizvollen Initialen. Original-Leineneinband über 4 Bünden. (Einband stark berieben. Schließen in Ordnung. Tlw. etw. gebräunt, ansonsten ordentlich). Die dritte Neubearbeitung des Stundengebetbuches der römisch-katholischen Kirche. Buch [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2017-04-21 09:11:04
DE LA CROIX, Sr.
1 vol. in-12 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Thomas Amaulry, Lyon, 1688, 10 ff. n. ch. (dont frontispice et titre), 12-536 pp. et 8 ff. n. ch. (table) et 20 planches hors texte (sans le frontispice) dont 10 dépliantes sur les 26 planches annoncées Tome 1 seul de l'édition originale. Ce premier tome est consacré aux "Païs des blancs" : Egypte, Barbarie, Royaume du Maroc, Royaume de Fez. Etat moyen (reliure très abîmée avec importants manques de cuir mais bien solide, 20 planches sur les 26 annoncées). Prix en l'état. Français
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2017-04-21 09:11:04
DE LA CROIX, Sr.
1 vol. in-12 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Thomas Amaulry, Lyon, 1688, 10 ff. n. ch. (dont frontispice et titre), 12-536 pp. et 8 ff. n. ch. (table) et 20 planches hors texte (sans le frontispice) dont 10 dépliantes sur les 26 planches annoncées Tome 1 seul de l'édition originale. Ce premier tome est consacré aux "Païs des blancs" : Egypte, Barbarie, Royaume du Maroc, Royaume de Fez. Etat moyen (reliure très abîmée avec importants manques de cuir mais bien solide, 20 planches sur les 26 annoncées). Prix en l'état. Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2017-04-21 08:45:19
Grotius, Hugo
Abraham Wolfgang; Adrian Moetjens, Amsterdam, La Haye 1688 - (. Ou il Explique Le Droit De Nature, Le Droit des Gens, & Les Principaux Points du Droit Public, Ou qui Concerne le Gouvernement Public d'un Etat. Tome Second - hier nur der zweite Teil des in insgesamt 3 Bänden erschienenen Werks vorliegend. - in französischer Sprache. ) Mit 645 Seiten, 2 n.n. Blätter ( Privilege du Roy, Fautes a corriger ). Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text, Ganzlederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem schmalen Einbandrücken und umlaufendem Rotschnitt, 8° ( 16,5 x 10,5 cm ). Einband offenbar in alter Zeit mit neuem Lederüberzug und vestärkten Ecken und neuen Vorsatzpapieren versehen. Einband stark berieben, etwas fleckig, Ecken und Kanten teils stark bestoßen, der schmale Einbandrücken mit Fehlstellen im goldgeprägten Lederüberzug, der Vorderdeckel gering beschädigt. Innen das Titelblatt mit altem Besitzvermerk *Antonius? Collet*, das Titelblatt stärker fleckig. Seiten durchgehend zur oberen rechten Ecke und zum rechten weißen Außenrand hin braunfleckig bzw. wasser- oder weinrandig, meist außerhalb des Textes. Seiten teils gering stockfleckig, teils etwas braunfleckig. Das vorletzte Blatt mit dem Druckvermerk vom 27. Februar 1687 ebenfalls mit Besitzervermerk *Collet*, das letzte Blatt mit dem Korrekturzettel etwas kleiner im Format und stärker fleckig, vor allem verso stärker fleckig. ( Gewicht 400 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen
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