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        Expeditions Alexandria Libri Septem et Historia Indica

      Pieter Vander Aa 1704 - [10], 376, [6] pp. Engraved portrait of Jacobus Gronovius (editor). Woodcut device on title. Title printed in red and black. Parallel text in Greek and Latin. (folio) 31.3x20.3 cm (12¼x8"), early vellum, spine lettered by hand. The Anabasis of Alexander by Arrian, considered the best source on the campaigns of Alexander the Great. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Palma Nova

      Amsterdam 1704 - Esemplare tratto dal primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 e nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baleu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "libro delle città", manchevole delle piante di gran parte della parte settentrionale della penisola. Il Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristampati da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l’Italie". L’opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall’aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell’opera. L’atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all’inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell’opera diede origine ad un’ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724/5. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini pp. 83-90. Dimensioni 460 420mm

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        Morals.

      London: Tho[mas] Braddyll,, 1704. Translated from the Greek by several hands. The fourth edition corrected and amended. 5 volumes, octavo (190 × 112 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, raised bands within blind rules to spines, second compartments lettered in gilt, blind frames to sides, edges sprinkled red and blue. Engraved portrait frontispiece to each volume. Bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst, Lancashire retail chemist and discriminating collector of 18th-century literature in contemporary bindings, to the front pastedown. Tips lightly bumped and rubbed, contemporary manuscript shelfmarks inked to endpapers, vol. 1 sig. 2G browned, a few other trivial spots or blemishes. An excellent set, very well preserved indeed. A very handsome set in an unsophisticated contemporary binding. The "several hands" involved in the translation are listed in the contents to each volume; the dedicatory epistles, each addressed to a different bishop, are in order signed by Matthew Morgan, George Tullie, Charles Barcroft, Robert Midgley, and Samuel White. This edition was first published between 1684 and 1690, in five volumes. On original publication Morgan's volume "was the focus of some controversy. In the epistle dedicatory addressed to the archbishop of Canterbury, Morgan expressed the unorthodox hope that philosophers such as Plutarch might enjoy the same state of bliss as Christians in the afterlife. And in the preface a reference to 'Ashmole's rarities' and the 'insect-cabal' who cared for them displeased Robert Plot, who carried his complaint to John Lloyd, the vice-chancellor (Ath. Oxon., 711). Morgan was threatened with expulsion, but he disowned his work, the responsibility for which was assumed by John Gellibrand, the bookseller" (ODNB).

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        Estats de L'Eglise et de Toscane

      Amsterdam 1704 - Grande mappa in due fogli che descrive lo Stato della Chiesa con la Toscana, tratta dal Nouveau Theatre de L'Italie edito da Pierre Mortier ad Amsterdam nel 1704. Cartograficamente la mappa deriva dalla carta di Nicolas Sanson del 1647, rispetto alla qualle tuttavia è assolutamente arricchita nei toponimi, nell'orografia e idrografia. Incisione in rame, due fogli separati, con margini, leggera brunitura nei margini inferiori, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. Dimensioni 450 600mm

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        Comentario istorico-erudito all'inscrizione eretta nel Almo studio di Ferrara l'anno MDCCIV. In memoria del famoso Antonio Musa Brasavoli ferrarese già vivente nel secolo XVI Composto da Girolamo Baruffaldi ferrarese all'eminentissimo, e reverendissimo sig. card. Giuseppe Sacripante [...].

      1704. In Ferrara, per Bernardino Pomatelli impres. epis., 1704, in-4, leg. coeva in piena pergamena, pp. [16], 264. Con ritratto calcografico di Antonio Musa Brasavoli in antiporta (compreso nella fascicolazione, firmato in lastra: Franc. M.a a S.M.S. P. inven. et delin. B. Fariat sculp.), 2 tavv. f.t. (un albero genealogico tipografico più volte ripiegato e una raffigurazione del beato Donato Brasavoli incisa in rame e ripiegata, firmata in lastra: Gio Batta Gaullis delin, Bened. Fariat sculp.), e alcuni stemmi in xilografia n.t. Ottimo esemplare. Nella descrizione in ICCU manca la tavola calcografica del beato.

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        The Turkish History, comprehending The Origin of that Nation, and the Growth of the Othoman Empire, with the Lives and Conquests of thir Several Kings and Emperors. Written by Mr. Knolls, continued by Sir Paul Rycaut to the Peace of Carlowitz in the Year 1699 and abridg'd by Mr. Savage. Revised and Approved by the late Sir Paul Rycaut, and adorn'd with Nine and Twenty Copper Plates of the Effigies of the Several Princes, &c. The Second Edition carefully Corrected, Improv'd and brought down to the Present Year 1704. With and Addition of the Life of Mahomet, by the same Author.

      London: Isaac Cleave, Abel Roper, A. Bosvile, and Ric. Basset, 1704 - 2 volumes, octavo (193 × 120 mm). Contemporary sprinkled calf, tan morocco labels, low bands framed by double fillets in gilt, similar panels to boards, edges sprinkled red. Slightly rubbed, front joints cracked but holding, slight chipping at the heads of the spines, tan-burn to the front pastedowns, light browning throughout and occasional marginal soiling, but overall a very good set. Portrait frontispiece of Paul Rycaut to volume I, that of John Savage to volume II, 24 other portraits. First published in the present form in 1687. A pretty copy of this attractive and uncommon abridgement of this classic, Knolles's "the greatest of English works of the Renaissance dealing with Turkey" (Chew, p. 111) and Rycaut's work a "fitting adjunct to Knolles's great work in a publication that brings together the two men most associated in the English literary world with Turkey" (Blackmer).

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        Opticks: or, a Treatise of the Reflexions, Refractions, Inflexions and Colours of Light. Also Two Treatises of the Species and Magnitude of Curvilinear Figures.

      London: Sam. Smith and Benj. Walford, Printers to the Royal Society, 1704. Hardcover. Near Fine. 4to. [24.2 x 18.8 cm]. (2) ff., 144 pp., 211 pp, (1) pp., with 19 folding engraved plates. Bound in contemporary English paneled calf. Minor ribbing to binding. Only very minor marginal traces of use. Very genuine. Excellent. First edition, first issue of this landmark in science by Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), here in a remarkably well preserved, unrestored example. "The work summarized Newton's discoveries and theories concerning light and color: the spectrum of the sunlight, the degrees of refraction associated with different colors, the color circle (the first in the history of color theory), the invention of the reflecting telescope, the first workable theory of the rainbow, and experiments on what would later be called 'interference effects' in conjunction with Newton's rings . . . The first edition of the Opticks ends with two mathematical treatises in Latin, written to establish his priority over Leibnitz in the invention of the calculus" (Norman 1588). * Babson 132; Dibner 148; Horblit 79b; PMM 172; Norman 1588; Wallis 174.

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        Venetia

      Amsterdam 1704 - Pianta prospettica dell'intera città di Vemezia, delle isole settentrionali, della Giudecca, di S. Giorgio Maggiore e parte di S. Elena. Si tratta di una copia fedele della pianta realizzata da J. Janssonius per l'edizione del 1657 del Theatrum urbium Italiae, con qualche aggiornamento limitato all'ampliamento dell'Arsenale e allo spazio per la costruzione delle Fondamente Nuove. Commissionata da J. Blaeu per l'opera "Theatrum Civitatum et admirandorum Italiae", fu incisa da J. Milheuser prima del 1680, anno della sua morte, e pubblicata per la prima volta da Pierre Mortier nel 1704 nella sua opera in 4 volumi "Noveau Thèatre d'Italie ", in versione francese e fiamminga. La pianta fu poi ristampata nel 1724, col testo latino e un nuovo titolo: "Novum Italiae Theatrum, sive accurata descriptio ". Acquaforte, stampata su due fogli di carta vergata uniti, ampi margini, estensivo restauro generale, controfondata con carta china, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Dimensioni 1008 460mm

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        Genoa

      1704. Incisione in rame, mm 455x1000. Tratta da "Nouveau Theatre d'Italie". Bellissima veduta generale della ciità colta nella tradizionale vista da sud. Mortier, editore attivo ad Amsterdam ad inizio XVIII secolo, ristampò il "Theatrum Civitatum...Italiae" di Blaeu, pubblicato originariamente nel 1663 aggiungendovi un quarto volume, relativo a nord Italia e Toscana. Ottimo esemplare marginoso rappresentante la pianta della città in elevazione prospettica. Consueta pieghe editoriali verticali ed un professionale restauro a due di esse.

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        Veue de la Piazza Navona a Rome

      Amsterdam 1704 - Esemplare tratto dal terzo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato per la prima volta ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Blaeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "libro delle città" d'Italia. Il grande successo dell’opera diede origine ad un’ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da Rutgert Christoffel Alberts edita nel 1724/5. In questa edizione compaiono per la prima volta le vedute dei luoghi "moderni" di Roma, edite da Mortier ma inserite solo in questa edizione di Alberts. Le vedute, di grande formato sono molto ricche di particolari e particolarmente popolate di figure. Derivano da modelli presenti nell'editoria romana contemporanea. In particolare sono delle semplici derivazioni di opere edite tra la fine del XVII e il primo decennio del '700 da rtisti quali Alessandro Specchi, Tiburzio Vergelli, e dal fiammingo Wouters. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Example from the third volume of "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie", published the first time in Amsterdam, 1704/5, to integrate the book of the Italian cities projected by J. Blaeu in 1663. Etching, in very good condition. Cremonini pp. 83-90 Dimensioni 690 450mm

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        Les Montagnes des Alpes ou sont remarques les Passages de France en Italie, le Duchè de Milan et les Estats du Duc de Savoye. .

      Amsterdam 1704 - Pieter (Pierre) Mortier (1661-1711) ed il fratello David, editori di origine francese trasferitesi ad Amsterdam, raccolsero materiale cartografico di tutte le principali botteghe del diciassettesimo secolo, ripubblicando a proprie spese, a scopo commerciale, molte delle opere della famiglia Sanson, Blaeu e di altri editori che li avevano preceduti. Alla morte di Pierre, la tipografia fu proseguita dal figlio Cornelis (1699-1783), che sposando la sorella di un altro importante editore, Johannes Covens (1697-1774), fondò la tipografia Covens e Mortier, che divenne presto la più importante firma dell’editoria cartografica in Olanda e quindi in Europa. Sotto la loro firma uscirono, postume, le pubblicazioni dei più importanti cartografi del secolo precedente, quali Sanson, Jaillot, De l’Isle, Visscher, De Wit ed altri. Il seguente corpus di mappe è tratto da uno dei loro tanti e diversi atlanti "compositi", ovvero contenenti carte di differenti cartografi. Per la prima volta incluse nella ristampa del Theatrum di Johannes Blaeu, edita nel 1704 da Pierre Mortier, sono tratte dal Atlas Nouveau pubblicato circa nel 1708 e successivamente ristampato. Incisioni in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, margini, leggere pieghe di carta, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Carta geografica, stampata su due fogli uniti, per la prima volta edita dal Jaillot a Parigi, qui nella successiva ristampa del Mortier. Pieter (Pierre) Mortier (1661-1711) and his brother David, French publishers who had moved to Amsterdam, collected cartographic works from all the main workshops of the XVII century, reissuing them at their own expenses in order to sell them, focusing in particular on Sanson's an Blaeu's works. When Pierre died, the family business was carried on by his son Cornelis (1699-1783), who marring the sistes of another famous publisher, Johannes Covens (1697-1774), founded the typography Covens and Mortier, due to become the most important printing business in Holland and therefore in Europe. Under their name, many work of the most important cartographers of the previous century have been reissued (Sanson, Jaillot, De l’Isle, Visscher, De Wit and others). The present corpus of maps is taken from one of their "compound" atlases, meaning with maps realized by different artists. Published for the first time in Blaeu's Theatrum, printed in 1704 by Pierre Mortie. Copperplates, contemporary outline colour, margins, light paper folds, otherwise in good condition. Tooley p. 450. Dimensioni 875 570mm

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        Venetia

      1704. Incisione in rame, mm 455x1000. Tratta da "Nouveau Theatre d'Italie". Bellissima veduta generale della ciità colta nella tradizionale vista da sud inaugurata da De Barbari. Mortier, editore attivo ad Amsterdam ad inizio XVIII secolo, ristampò il "Theatrum Civitatum...Italiae" di Blaeu, pubblicato originariamente nel 1663 aggiungendovi un quarto volume, relativo a nord Italia e Toscana. Ottimo esemplare marginoso rappresentante la pianta della città in elevazione prospettica. Consueta pieghe editoriali verticali ed un professionale restauro a due di esse.

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        1704 Jonathan Swift Tale of a Tub Calvinism Catholic Luther Controversy Satire

      London : printed for John Nutt, MDCCIV [1704]. - 1704 Jonathan Swift Tale of a Tub Calvinism Catholic Luther Controversy Satire “Books, like men their authors, have no more than one way of coming into the world, but there are ten thousand to go out of it, and return no more.” Jonathan Swift, A Tale of a Tub Jonathan Swift’s “A Tale of a Tub,” is a controversial work which was stirred over politics and religion and whether or not ancient or modern models were more important. This allegorical parody tale follows the lives and actions of three brothers who each represent a facet of European religion – Catholicism, Calvinism, and Lutheranism. Item number: #556 Price: $750 SWIFT, Jonathan A tale of a tub. : Written for the universal improvement of mankind . To which is added An account of a battel between the antient and modern books in St. James' Library . London : printed for John Nutt, MDCCIV [1704]. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [12], 322, [2] o a6; B-X8; Y1 • Binding: Leather; tight and secure • References: Teerink 217; Lowndes 2558; Rothschild 1992 • Language: English • Size: ~7.5in X 4.75in (19cm x 12cm) 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! Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The answer of the merchants-petitioners, and trustees for the factory at Legorn,

      folio, (12) + xv + (1) + 159 + (1)pp., including the additional title page: An humble apology to the Queen, on behalf of the merchants-petitioners ......, bound in contemporary patterned pink boards with an overall design of foliage and flowers with animals, birds and hunters, spine very worn, all edges gilt. A fine, crisp, copy.Publisher: London: printed in the year MDCCIVYear: [1704]Edition: First edition.

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        Veduta della Piazza, verso la Chiesa di S. Marco

      Lugduni Batauorum: excudit Petrus van der Aa bibliopola, urbis atque Academiae typographus ordinarius, 1704-1725 - Acquaforte e bulino di mm 359 x 275 alla battuta. Vergata forte olandese. Foglio in perfette condizioni. Filigrana giglio e scudo RS. In basso le diciture: "Veduta della Piazza, verso la Chiesa di S. Marco" "Prospectus Plateae, à parte Ecclesiae D. Marci" "Vue de la Place, du cote de l'Eglise de St. Marc"; in piccolo, in basso a destra "46"; in piccolo in alto a destra "Pag. 305 a". Il foglio proviene dalla enciclopedica edizione di Georgius Graevius "Thesaurus antiquitatum et historiarum Italiane", Leida 1704 - 1723 illustrante l'intera penisola italiana, nel tomo V dell'opera in 30 volumi, stampato da Peter Van Der AA nel 1722. Normalmente i differenti incisori dell'opera trassero spunto dalla vasta riproduzione iconografica del Carlevarijs. Johann Georg Graevius (correttamente Guava o Greffe) (29 Gennaio, 1632 - 11 Gennaio, 1703) fu uno studioso tedesco nato a Naumburg. Orientato verso studi giurisprudenziali mutò i suoi interessi verso la filologia dopo l'incontro con Johann Friedrich Gronovius. Durante il suo soggiorno ad Amsterdam, sotto l'influenza di Blondel abbandonò il luteranesimo e si unì alla Chiesa riformata, e nel 1656 fu chiamato dal principe elettore di Brandeburgo per la cattedra di retorica nella Università di Duisburg. Nel 1662 si trasferì alla Università di Utrecht, dove occupò la cattedra di retorica, e in aggiunta, dal 1667 fino alla sua morte, anche quella di storia e politica. Venne insignito di un riconoscimento speciale da Louis XIV, ma fu soprattutto apprezzato da Guglielmo III d'Inghilterra, che ne fece lo storiografo reale. Le sue due opere più importanti sono la antiquitatum Thesaurus Romanarum (1694-1699, in 12 volumi), e il Thesaurus antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae pubblicato dopo la sua morte. Peter van der Aa (Leida, 1659 – Leida, agosto 1733) fu uno dei maggiori editori europei del diciassettesimo e diciottessimo secolo, operando circa dal 1682 a Leida insieme ai suoi fratelli. Tradusse, tra le altre opere, anche quelle di Erasmo da Rotterdam, come l'Elogio della follia e pubblicò le raccolte di storia e archeologia di J.G. Graeve e le opere botaniche di Jan Gronov. 18mo secolo

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        VEUE DU PONT DE RIALTO DE VENISE

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        P. Virgilii Maronis Opera. Nic. Heins. Dan. Fil. Emembranis Compluribus iisque Antiquissimis Recensuit

      Apud Guil Van De Water, Ultrajecti 1704 - 13 cm x 7.5 cm, pp. [64], 387, [41], engraved title-page signed 'J. Goeree del' and 'C. Huyberts fec', folding map, engraved headpieces and initials, contemporaneous full vellum binding with faded handwritten title to spine. Covers darkened , top of rear joint slit 3 cm to first thong, otherwise still tight and secure; pastedowns slit around the vellum turn-ins where they have sprung slightly, previous owner's signatures to verso of title-page dated 1757 and 1806, interior lightly soiled, primarily at the Index, otherwise interior very good with map clean and sharp. Preliminary materials include Donatus' life of Vergil; a history of Vergil; scholia; epitaphs. Texts include Culex, Ciris, and Catalecta. Text in Latin. Size: 24 Mo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        P Virgilii Maronis Opera Nic Heins Dan Fil Emembranis Compluribus iisque Antiquissimis Recensuit

      Ultrajecti: Apud Guil Van De Water, 1704. 13 cm x 7.5 cm, pp. [64], 387, [41], engraved title-page signed 'J. Goeree del' and 'C. Huyberts fec', folding map, engraved headpieces and initials, contemporaneous full vellum binding with faded handwritten title to spine. Covers darkened , top of rear joint slit 3 cm to first thong, otherwise still tight and secure; pastedowns slit around the vellum turn-ins where they have sprung slightly, previous owner's signatures to verso of title-page dated 1757 and 1806, interior lightly soiled, primarily at the Index, otherwise interior very good with map clean and sharp. Preliminary materials include Donatus' life of Vergil; a history of Vergil; scholia; epitaphs. Texts include Culex, Ciris, and Catalecta. Text in Latin.. Full Vellum. Very Good. 24 Mo..

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        Die von Aberglauben Vanitaeten und Teuscherey gereinigte Chiromantia und Physiognomia. [ANGEBUNDEN:] Praetorius, Johannes: Collegium curiosum privatissimum physiognom- chiromant- metopocop- anthropologicum, oder ein sehr nützliches Werck, darinnen curieus und doch vollkömmlich abgehandelt wird, was zur Physiognomie, Chiromantie, Metoposcopie und Anthropologie gehöret. Erstausg.

      (Frankfurt u.) Leipzig, bey Philipp Willhelm Stocken, 1703, 1704. - 61 S., mit 83 Fig. von Handlinien auf 21 Kupfertaf. / 7 Bll., 128 S., mit 9 gefalt. Kupfertaf. (Chiromantie, astrolog. u. magische Fig.) u. einigen quadratischen Horoskopschemata im Text, Kl.-8°, Neuerer marmorierter Pappband mit Rückenschild Die beiden Werke wurden häufiger zusammen gebunden. Schalitz bei Ackermann IV/581: "Gräße, Bibl. Mag. S.107 kennt nur spätere Ausgaben"; Praetorius bei Grässe S.101; Dünnhaupt 1441: "Waibler hält dies nicht für ein nachgelassenens Werk Praetorius', sondern eher für eine posthume deutsche Bearbeitung seiner lateinischen Schrift 'Ludicrum chiromanticum' (1664) und 'Metoposcopia' (1661)". Johann Praetorius (1630-1680) aus Zethlingen in der Altmark war Philosoph u. Magister. Seine Schriften behandeln vorwiegend volkskundliche Themen, dabei kritisiert er den Aberglauben seiner Zeit, obwohl er selbst die hier angeführten Grenzwissenschaften vertritt u. von der Existenz der Hexerei fest überzeugt ist. Praetorius gilt für das 17. Jh. als Hauptvertreter der Chiromantie, einer Praktik der Wahrsagekunst, die eine Urform der Handlese-Kunst darstellt. - Titel von "Schalitz" etwas fleckig, mit handschrftl. Nr. u. auf altes Papier montiert, Frontispiz fehlt (auf dieser fehlenden Porträt-Tafel nennt sich der Verfasser "quondam protoconsul in Kindelbruck"); beide Werke durchgehend gebräunt u. tlw. etwas angerändert (zwei Tafeln leicht angerissen), sonst gutes Expl.

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        EXPEDITIONIS ALEXANDRI LIBRI SEPTEM ET HISTORIA INDICA. EX Bonav. Vulcanii Interpretatione Latina post variam aliorum industriam Ita lacunis vel cognitis vel ignotis etiamnum & obscuris suppletis.ut nunc demum prodire hic actor videri debeat, Opera Jacobi Gronovii.

      Leiden Petrus Vander Aa 1704 - First of the Edition and first with Gronovius' curation, the volume printed in both Greek and Latin in parallel columns. A COPY WITH FINE PROVENANCE, THE MACCLESFIELD COPY WITH THEIR PLATE AT THE PASTEDOWN. The title page printed in red and black and with engraved decoration, engraved decorated capital initials at the beginning of each book, both for the Latin and Greek texts. Folio, bound at the time in full contemporary polished calf, the covers with double gilt fillet rules at the borders, the spine with raised bands gilt ruled, and with a red morocco lettering label gilt. (6 ff), 376, (6) pp. An excellent, well preserved copy, still very handsome and with slight strengthening at the hinges, the text block crisp and clean throughout, with some of the occasional browning usual to the paper stock evident on some leaves. Still as fine a copy one might hope to encounter. SCARCE AND IMPORTANT, A COPY WITH FINE PROVENANCE. THE FIRST OF THE EDITION AND A HIGHLY IMPORTANT CLASSICAL WORK. Upon his retirement Flavius Arrianus, a Greek soldier in the Roman army, completed his seven volume work on the campaigns of Alexander, and an eighth describing India was also penned, as well as his writings on the area of the Euphrates. All are included in the present volume. 'Arrian was born of Greek ethnicity in the coastal town of Nicomedia (present-day Izmit), the capital of the Roman province of Bithynia, in what is now north-western Turkey, about 70 km from Byzantium (later Constantinople, now Istanbul). He studied philosophy in Nicopolis in Epirus, under the Stoic philosopher Epictetus, and wrote two books about the philosopher's teachings. At the same time he entered the Imperial service, and served as a junior adviser on the consilium of Gaius Avidius Nigrinus, governor of Achaea and a close friend of the future Emperor Hadrian (circa 111-114). Very little is known about his subsequent career - though it is probable that he served in Gaul and on the Danube frontier, and possible that he was in Baetica and Parthia - until he held the office of Consul in 129 or 130. In 131 he was appointed governor of the Black Sea province of Cappadocia and commander of the Roman legions on the frontier with Armenia. Arrian wrote a military treatise called Ektaxis kata Alan n, which detailed battle against the Alans, and the Techn Taktik in which he described how he would organise the legions and auxiliary troops at his disposal, among which were legions XII Fulminata and XV Apollinaris. He wrote of deploying the legionaries in depth, supported by javelin throwers, archers, and horse archers in the rear ranks to defeat the assault of the Alan cavalry using these combined arms tactics. Interestingly, there seems to be no historical record of a battle between Romans and Alans that year. During this period Arrian wrote several works on military tactics, including Ektaxis kata Alan n. He also wrote a short account of a tour of inspection of the Black Sea coast in the traditional 'periplus' form (in Greek) addressed to the Emperor Hadrian, the Periplus Ponti Euxini or "Circumnavigation of the Black Sea". Arrian left Cappadocia shortly before the death of his patron Hadrian, in 138, and there is no evidence for any further public appointments until 145/6 when he was elected Archon at Athens, once the city's leading political post, but by this time an honorary one. It was here that he devoted himself to history, writing his most important work, the Anabasis Alexandri or "The Campaigns of Alexander". He also wrote the Indica, an account of the voyage by Alexander's fleet from India to the Persian Gulf under Nearchus. He also wrote a political history of the Greek world after Alexander, most of which is lost.' Arrian's history is a GREAT AND CLASSIC WORK which describes in intimate detail, the exploits of Alexander the Great, student of Aristotle and reader of Homer. By the age of sixteen, he had gained significant military experience but became estranged from his [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Conformite des Coutumes des Indians Orientaux

      1704. First Edition . (INDIA) CRÉQUINIÈRE, M. De La. Conformité des Coutumes des Indiens Orientaux, Avec celles des Juifs & des autres Peoples de lÂ’Antiquité. Brusselles: George de Backer, 1704. 16mo (4 by 6-1/4 inches), contemporary half crushed red morocco, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers. $2200.Second edition, issued one year after the virtually unobtainable first edition, of CréquinièreÂ’s important early work proposing cultural similarities between early East Indian and Jewish cultures, illustrated with 12 spendid engraved plates after Jacobus Harrewyn depicting dramatic battle scenes and religious rituals, handsomely bound in crushed red morocco by Selz-Niedree.In Conformité des Coutumes des Indiens Orientaux (Uniformity of the Customs of Oriental Indians and those of Jews and other Ancient Peoples), French religious scholar Le Sieur de la Créquinière sought to trace “similarities between modern Indians and ancient JewsÂ…. attempting to fortify the historicity of the Old Testament by enlisting Indians as surrogates for ancient Jews (Sutcliffe, Judaism and Enlightenment, 74). De la Créquiniere, who spent a number of years in India, proposes early Hebrew and East Indian civilizations share major religious origins. To key modern scholars, Conformité “is an important work in the genesis of historical ethnologyÂ…. As the title implies, the focus is mostly on the comparison between the East Indians and the Jews, but a number of references to the ancient Romans are also madeÂ…. As Joel Reed rightly arguesÂ…. It serves both to highlight ‘the presence of transcultural religious concepts and practices,Â’ but also to diminish ‘the relative importance of any particular religion” (Lurbe, 18th-Century Ireland Society 14:133). The same publisherÂ’s 1703 first edition is very rarely found. Precedes the 1705 first edition in English. With engraved ornamental initials, head- and tailpieces. Containing 12 engraved plates after Jacobus Harrewyn, depicting religious and cultural practices, including images of funeral rites, snake charmers and a battle scene with elephants and camels. Leaf of publisherÂ’s ad at rear. Text in French. Querard IV, 372. Cioranescu 35431. Text and plates fresh with only light scattered foxing, mild edge-wear to boards. A lovely near-fine copy.

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        VIRIDARIUM ARTIS NOTARIATUS SIVE TABELLIONUM VIRETUM EX ODORIFERIS DOCTORUM, & HUIUSCE ARTIS AUTHORUM FLORIBUS QUIBUSQUE APTIORIBUS COMPACTUM, SACRAEQUE ROMANAE ROTAE

      - 1704-1706 Francisci Oliva, Gerundae 2 Vol. L autor és de Centelles. Als preliminars hi ha poesies de familiars i amics en castellà, català i llatí.Tomus Primus. Portada a 1 tinta. [22]+446+[100] p.Hi ha un error de numeració entre pag.64 y 73. La pág. 269-270 té una rotura que no afecta al text.; Tomus Secundus: [38]+544 p. 30x20 cm. Enc. en pell. fatigat i amb taques d'òxid. Amb signatura d anterior propietari al tom 2on. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web.

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        Sammelband mit 4 Schriften.

      Halle, Salfeld Witwe, 1704-1711. - I. Einleitung zu der Vernunfft-Lehre, Worinnen durch eine leichte und allen vernünfftigen Menschen [ ] der Weg gezeiget wird, ohne die Syllogistica, das wahre, wahrscheinliche und falsche voneinander zu entscheiden und neue Wahrheiten zu erfinden. 4., correctere Auflage. Halle 1711. 8 Bl., 70 (recte 72), 203 S. - Lieberwirth 52. - II. Ausübung der Vernunfft-Lehre, Oder: Kurtze, deutliche und wohlgegründete Handgriffe, wie man sich in seinem Kopffe aufräumen und zu Erforschung der Wahrheit geschickt machen. Halle 1710. 12 Bl., 295 S. - Lieberwirth 55. - III. Von der Kunst vernünfftig und tugenhafft zu lieben, als dem eintzigen Mittel zu einem glückseeligen, galanten und vernünftigen Leben zu gelangen, Oder: Einleitung zur Sittten-Lehre. 5., verbesserte und korrigierte Auflage. Halle 1709. 16 Bl., 369 (recte 365) S. - Lieberwirth 61. - Die Kollation springt von S. 192 auf 195 und von S. 226 auf 229 (Lagen vollständig). - IV. Von der Artzeney wider die unvernüfftige Liebe und der zuvor nöthigen Erkäntniß sein Selbst. Oder: Ausübung der Sitten-Lehre. 3., verbesserte und korrigierte Auflage. Halle 1704. 4 Bl., 552 S. - Lieberwirth 115. - Spiegel und erstes Titelblatt verso gestempelt. Schönes, nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Pgt. d. Zt. mit handschriftlichem Rtit.

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        Nova Vulterrae delineatio. Volterre Anciene Ville de Toscane, suffragante de Florence, située dans le Pisan.

      - Chez P. Mortier, Amsetrdam, 1704 circa. Incisione in rame all’acquaforte, b/n, cm 41,3 x 57 (alla lastra) più margini. Esemplare tratto dal primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l’Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704 - 1705 e poi ancora nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Blaeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "Libro delle città", manchevole di gran parte delle piante della parte settentrionale della penisola. L’opera del Mortier è infatti in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, e integrate dall’aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe su disegno proprio, appunto relative alle città della Toscana e del Nord Italia. L’atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese e olandese e la particolarità che differenzia le edizioni del Mortier da quelle del Blaeu sta nel fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca al retro), ma si trova all’inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell’opera diede origine a un’ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts e edita nel 1724 - '25 (Bibliografia: Cremonini, pp. 83 – 90). Veduta planimetrica di Volterra e delle aree campestri circostanti. Legenda a settantatré voci al margine inferiore. Bell'esemplare, in eccellente inchiostratura e in ampi margini, ottimo lo stato di conservazione.

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        La ville de Trente.

      Mortier P., Parigi, 1704. Incisione su rame di dimensioni 39,5x49,7 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo. Pianta prospettiva da ovest raffigurante la città di Trento. Copia fedele del rame inciso da Franz Hogenberg, conta trenta toponimi in lingua francese. Titolo in alto a sinistra entro riquadro. Da alcuni è attribuita a Joan Blaeu. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Imago tridenti: incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo" di Franco Cappelletti, scheda n. 54 pag. 201. Disponibile in cornice per euro 1450.

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        Bibliotheque Curieuse et Instructive de Divers Ouvrages Anciens & Modernes

      1704. First Edition . MÉNESTRIER, Claude-François. Bibliotheque Curieuse et Instructive de Divers Ouvrages Anciens & Modernes, de Litterature & des Arts: Ouverte pour les Personnes qui Aiment des Lettres. Trevoux: Estienne Ganeau, 1704. Two volumes in one. 12mo, contemporary full brown speckled calf, raised bands, elaborate gilt-decorated spine, later marbled endpapers. $2200.First edition of this turn-of-the-18th-century annotated bibliography of suggested readings for a liberal education, with MénestrierÂ’s famous chapter on the history of playing cards (Volume II, page 168ff.) and an original pen-and-ink drawing of the medal presented to Louis XIV in 1703 (tipped at Volume I, page 149).French Jesuit Claude-François Ménestrier was famous in his time as a specialist in organizing royal entries and fêtes, court ballets, and allegorical or spectacular events of many kinds. He was also the most widely known heraldist of his time, and today is perhaps best known as the first historian of the ballet, as well as the ""father"" of research on the history of playing cards. He conducted historical research on Trionfi cards, the origins of which he claimed to be the work of Gringonneur in 1392, and his short essay ""Des Principes des Sciences & des Arts Disposez en Forme de Jeux"" is published here for the first time. Ménestrier inherited a taste for antiquities from his great-uncle Claude, who had been employed by Cardinal Barberini as librarian charged with collecting art objects and medals. Resulting from this exposure, Claude-François became a recognized theorist of heraldry, producing a number of important publications on the origins of heraldic practices, emblems and mottoes. Having authored at least 83 separate titles, including a biography of Louis XIV—""the bibliography of Ménestrier's works is so considerable that it disconcerts bibliophiles"" (Catholic Encyclopedia). With both engraved and letterpress title pages in both volumes. Text in French. Brunet III, 1627. Graesse IV, 448. Owner signature, occasional notations, and manuscript errata sheets.A near-fine copy, with only a faint dampstaining to the bottom margins of a few gatherings, expert repair to joints and spine ends.

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        Neue Vollkommene Landkarten Des H. Röm. Reichs, Ober und Nider Rheinisch- Fränkisch- Schwäbisch- und theils Bayrischen Kraises, samt denenselben angelegner Orten, an einem; Und dann Anderntheils, derer, dem Röm. Reich, durch Franckreich in dem vergangen und noch lauffenden Seculo entzogenen Ländern, Elsaß, Lothring, Burgung, Metz, Toul, Verdün, nicht weniger denen Neu gemachten dependentien. Mit Anmerkung aller vornehmer Ort und Vöstungen, vornemlich am Rhein Strom, von Basel bis unterhalb Cöln. etc. etc. Anno 1704.':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich v. Christoph Riegel (?), 1704, 48 x 60,5 Hellwig, Reiniger, Stopp S. 266. - Einblattdruck, vermutlich von Christoph Riegel (vor 1670 - 1714). - Zeigt den Rheinlauf von Düsseldorf bis zum Bodensee und Luxembourg bis Straubing. - Die befestigten Städte sind übergroß eingestochen. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger.

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        Il Glorioso Acquisto della Citta di Trarbach, con' il Castello Grevenborgo, nell Archi=Vescovato di Treveri . A° 1704".

      - Kupferstich von Gottfrid Stein nach P. Decker bei Ieremias Wolff in Augsburg, ca. 1720. Ca. 47 x 39 cm (H). Faltspuren, dezent leimschattig, im Aussenrand etwas gebräunt. Prachtvolle Darstellung der Belagerung von Trarbach im Jahre 1704. In der Mitte die Darstellung des kaiserlichen Lagers, im Hintergrund die Stadt mit der Grevenburg, die unter Beschuss steht. Die Darstellung ist umgeben von einem breiten Barockrahmen, in den 2 Kartuschen eingearbeitet sind: oben ein kleiner Plan der Umgebung, unten eine Textkartusche mit der Beschreibung des Belagerungsverlaufes (in italienischer Sprache), die von einer separaten Kupferplatte gedruckt worden ist. Unterhalb der Rahmung mit Zeichner-, Stecher- und Verlagsvermerken sowie dem Kaiserlichen Privileg. In der Darstellung mit zusätzlicher gestochener Signatur "P. Decker jun. del.".

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        Triumphs of Gods Revenge

      1704. REYNOLDS, John. The Triumphs of Gods RevengeÂ… London: C. Griffin, 1704. Folio, contemporary full brown sheep sympathetically rebacked in brown calf, raised bands, brown morocco spine label. $1600.1704 edition of ReynoldsÂ’ dramatic collection of tales of violent revenge and murder, highly influential for its insights into the psychology of crime, an inspiration for the Elizabethan drama The Changeling and hailed by Godwin as a source for his gothic novel Caleb Williams, illustrated with copper-engraved title page and elaborate wood-engravings, this association copy with the bookplate of Tage La Cour, co-author of The Murder Book (1971).“In 1621 an Exeter merchant named John Reynolds published one of the earliest bestsellers in crime reportingÂ… The Triumphs of Gods Revenge” (Borowitz, Blood and Ink, 4). This electrifying work, with its vivid tales of violent revenge, lust, murder and equally bloody punishment, is increasingly held as a turning point in crime literature, especially in its insights into the psychology of crime. Through highly detailed accounts that are “fundamentally concerned with retracing the origins of criminal rebelliousness,” Reynolds jars his readers into a sense of recognition, however hesitant, with criminals and their motives (Gladfelder, Criminality and Narrative, 34). Notably inspiring revenge dramas such as Middleton and RowleyÂ’s masterpiece, The Changeling (1622), “by 1670 Triumphs had gone into a fifth edition (the first to be profusely illustrated with woodcuts), and new editions were still appearing a century later. The curious work had not exhausted its appeal by the end of the 18th century when the English novel began to reflect social and political didacticism. William Godwin acknowledged ReynoldsÂ’s ‘tremendous compilationÂ’ as a source of inspiration for his own 1794 novel of murder and repentance, Caleb Williams” (Borowitz, 4). Stated seventh edition. With copper-engraved title page, letterpress title page printed in black and red, detailed wood-engraved pictorial chapter headings, and separate title pages for Books II-VI (each with imprint: London, Printed for Ben. Griffin and Sem. Keble. 1702). Occasional mispagination without loss of text. Early editions of this work are quite rare. Lowndes, 2078. Allibone, 1778. See STC 20924-20944; Wing 1308A-1313. Scarce association copy containing the bookplate of renowned Danish critic and author Tage La Cour, co-author of The Murder Book, An Illustrated History of the Detective Story.Text and plates generally fresh with light scattered foxing, occasional edge-wear to leaves without affecting text; slight edge-wear, rubbing to contemporary boards. An extremely good copy of this fascinating work.

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        Breviarium chronologicum or a Treatisedescribing the terms and most celebrated characters, periods and epocha's us'd in chronology. Now done into English from the third edition in Latin by Richard Sault.

      London : Bosvile 1704 - the second edition, corrected. bildgeprägter Ledereinband auf vier Bünden, von alter Hand restauriert unter Verwendung der Original Buchdeckel, einer Inkunabel-Bibelseite und marmorierter Vorsatzpapiere. Feste Bindung , keine Wumrlöcher oder lose Seiten. einige wenige Marginalien von alter Hand. Allgemein guter restaurierter Zustand. Engraved frontispice + title page. interior is clean, bright and tight. no worming or water stains. some period marginalia. no loose leaves. speckled fore edges and marbled endpapers. teh binding is contemporary paneled claf mit blind stamped decoration. edges arebumped. some small old repairs. spine as been repared at some point with leaf from a rupbricted incunable bible. binding is tight and in good repair 417 S. mit gestochenem Frotispiz Englisch 600g

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        Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa

      1704. First Edition . PSALMANAAZAAR, George. An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an Island Subject to the Emperor of Japan… By George Psalmanaazaar, a Native of the Said Land, now in London. London: Dan Brown et al., 1704. Octavo, modern full brown speckled calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label. $2500.First edition of one of the most notorious and successful publishing hoaxes, with 15 plates (two folding).Psalmanaazaar (actually a Frenchman whose real name was never discovered) originally presented himself in Europe as a Japanese. After teaming up with William Innes, he began presenting himself as a native of Formosa. “To improve his position, Psalmanaazaar, at Innes’s instigation, prepared a full account of what he alleged to be his early life and experiences… It was completed in two months, and was issued before the end of 1704, with a dedication to Bishop Compton, as An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an Island subject to the Emperor of Japan. There was prefixed a long introduction, describing his reception in England, his travels, and his conversion to Protestantism. He seized every opportunity of abusing the Jesuits, a policy which commended the work to English churchmen. In a later section the language, dress, religious beliefs, and political constitution of Formosa were set forth in detail… the book met with much success.” When his mentor Innes abandoned him to become chaplain-general to the English forces in Portugal, Psalmanaazaar was unable to continue the imposture, and gradually lost credibility. By 1708, he was widely ridiculed in the press. Ex-library, with ink- and blind-stamps on the title page and dedication page.Occasional light foxing, neat paper repair to folding plate of Formosan alphabet. Attractive binding fine.

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        Nova Vulterrae delineatio. Volterre Anciene Ville de Toscane, suffragante de Florence, située dans le Pisan.

      1704. Chez P. Mortier, Amsetrdam, 1704 circa. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 41,3 x 57 (alla lastra) più margini. Esemplare tratto dal primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704 - 1705 e poi ancora nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Blaeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "Libro delle città", manchevole di gran parte delle piante della parte settentrionale della penisola. L'opera del Mortier è infatti in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, e integrate dall'aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe su disegno proprio, appunto relative alle città della Toscana e del Nord Italia. L'atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese e olandese e la particolarità che differenzia le edizioni del Mortier da quelle del Blaeu sta nel fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca al retro), ma si trova all'inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine a un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts e edita nel 1724 - '25 (Bibliografia: Cremonini, pp. 83 - 90). Veduta planimetrica di Volterra e delle aree campestri circostanti. Legenda a settantatré voci al margine inferiore. Bell'esemplare, in eccellente inchiostratura e in ampi margini, ottimo lo stato di conservazione.

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        VEUE DU PONT DE RIALTO DE VENISE

      1704. Acquaforte ottimo es.

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        A tale of a tub. Written for the universal improvement of mankind. To which is added, an account of a battel between the ancient and modern books in St. James's Library

      printed for John Nutt, London 1704 - First edition, second issue (as usual, with line 10, p. 320 with the word "uterius" omitted); small 8vo, pp. [12], 322; contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, red morocco label on spine; a very good, sound copy. Contains the preliminary leaf of fictitious ads and the genuine blank leaf Y2 at the back. Rothschild 1992; Teerink 217. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Collegium curiosum ... Oder ein sehr nützliches Werck, darinnen curieus und doch vollkömmlich abgehandelt wird, was zur Physiognomie, Chiromantie, Metoposcopie und Anthropologie gehöret.

      Mit 4 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, 4 gefalt. Holzschnitt-Tafeln und 3 Textholzschnitten. 3 Bll., 128 S. Buntpapierumschlag. Graesse, BMP 101. - Erstmals 1704 erschienen. - "Er ist ein wüthender Feind eines gewissen Kreises abergläubischer Anschauungen, wie sie das gewöhnliche, tägliche Leben zu beherrschen pflegen. Gegen diese zieht er spottend und scheltend zu Felde und seiner redseligen Feindschaft verdanken wir ein wahrhaft unerschöpfliches Register derselben. Aber dabei steckt er selber tief im Aberglauben, sobald derselbe nur eine Art religiöses, wissenschaftliches oder gelehrtes Gewand trägt. So sind die Astrologie und die Chiromantie, die Metoposcopie, der Glaube an Hexen und Zauberei für ihn unumstößlich sicher, sie sind theils Mittel, deren sich das göttliche Wesen zu seiner Offenbarung bedient, theils Mittel des Teufels, verwerflich aber in Wirklichkeit vorhanden" (ADB XXVII, 520).

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        RERUM ROMANARUM LIBRI DUO PRIORES, Ex Criticorum Observationibus correcti, Cum Textus Ratione, Notisque Varorium, Historicis, Politicis, & Antiquariis: Jussu & Impensis Augustissimi Regis Borussiae & Electoris Brandenburgici, in usum Principis Regni...

      Coloniae Marchicae: Ulrici Liebperti, 1704. [xxiv], 14, 396 pages of text. Contemporary mottled quarter leather binding with mottled paper-covered boards; rubbed at extremities, with top inch of spine leather lacking. Remaining leather spine label gilt decorations are attractive and binding is sound. Illustrated with copper engravings: five maps and views, including a tri-fold map and a birdseye city view; also ten plates, including three large fold-outs; profusely illustrated with in-text engravings of Roman coins, initials, and elaborate and beautiful head and tail pieces. Previous owner's name and stamp on half title and title pages. Most of the text is affected by extensive toning, from acid exposure during printing; the margins are not affected. Most of the plates and maps are not affected by toning, although three are moderately to seriously affected. Title continues "et Electoratus Haeredis, adornati & editi a Laurentio Gegero, Consiliario Regio & Electorali ab Antiquitatibus & Bibliotheca." Cartography, Roman Empire.. First thus edition. Hardcover. Good+ condition. Large folio.

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        Spalato, Ville des Venetiens elle est dans la Dalmatie.

      Amsterdam 1704 - "Incisione in rame, 448x530. Fascinosa pianta di Spalato arricchita da navi che veleggiano nel Golfo di Venezia. Mortier, editore attivo ad Amsterdam ad inizio secolo, ristampò il "Theatrum Civitatum Italiae" di Blaeu del 1663 aggiungendovi un quarto volume, relativo a nord Italia e Toscana.Bell'esemplare marginoso. " vedutistica.

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        Beschryving der stad Oudewater; waarin aangetoont word der zelver herkomst uit het Uitrechtsche Bisdom, overgang tot de Graaflykheid van Holland en haare gemaakte onafscheidbaarheid van de zelve, .Including:-Handvesten, privilegien, octroyen, placaaten en ordonnantien; mitsgaders keuren, giften, resolutien, en andere voorname stukken, de stad Oudewater betreffende.-Oude en nieuwe keuren der stad Oudewater.-Ordonnantie en instructie, voor schepenen commissarissen der stede Oudewater, . Delft, Reinier Boitet, 1747. 4to. With title in red and black with engraved vignette with the arms of Oudewater supported by lions, in a decorative cartouche with vines, full-page engraved dedication to the 4 burgomasters and governors of Delft, including the

      - Bodel Nijenhuis 1343; Nijhoff & V. Hattum 159. First and only edition of a detailed account of the topography and history of Oudewater, including transcripts of ordinances, charters and privileges, compiled and drawn up by the city's bailiff Gaspar Rudolph van Kinschot (1704-1748). With 2 plans of the city, in 1632 and 1746. The views show the "Nieuwe Poort", the castle in 1555, the town hall, the church and a single view showing both the ammunition depot and the orphanage. The inclusion of the arms of Alkmaar with Oudewater and Delft on the dedication engraving seems odd, but the book states (p. 67) that the three cities made an agreement, said to date from 1421, to extend rights to each other's citizens and that for this reason the three coats of arms appear together on many public buildings.With the bookplate of the Connecticut state senator (Charles) McKew Parr (ca. 1884?-post 1961) and his wife Ruth Parr. An occasional leaf with browned patches or marginal water stains, but otherwise in very good condition.

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        Breviarium Equestre, seu De Illustrissimo & Inclytissimo Eqvestri Ordine Elephantino.

      Ejusq; Origine, progressu, ac splendore hodierno Tractatus, Collectus Ex Antiqvis Diplomatibus, Bullis, Numismatibus, Insignibus, Præcipué autem Ex posthumo & manuscripto Ivari Hertzholmii Codice, In Epitomen redacto, variisq; Additamentis ac Observationibus illustrato & continuato à Jano Bircherodio. Hafniæ [Kbhvn.]: Trykt hos Johs. Laverentzen 1704. Med 14 helsides kobberplancher samt 15 kobberstukne vignetter inkl. titelvignet. Folio. [6] + 104 + [1] pp. Indbundet i samtidigt helskind med guldtryk på ryggen. Bindet lidt slidt, inderste fals svag. Enkelte blade let plettet og enkelte rifter pænt repareret. With 14 full page engravings and 15 copperengraved textual vignettes (incl. title-vignette) showing insignias of the Elephant order, coins, coats-of-arms, ceremonies, and costumes by Johan Friedlein and Louis Chomont-Boudan. Bound in contemporary full leather gilt on spine. Binding weakly marked of use, some leaves with restored tears, some a little stained. Særlig kostbart udstyret er en Fremstilling af Elefantordenens Historie, forfattet af den kongelige historiograf Iver Hertzholm, men først efter denne Død udgivet 1704 af den senere Biskop i Norge Jens Bircherod. Bogen, der er trykt af Johannes Laverentzen, er i folio-format og foruden med træskårne initialer og Vignetter i Barok prydet med talrige Kobberstik, delt udført som særlige tavler, dels indtrykt i teksten. Illustrationerne består af portrætter, fremstillinger af ordenes Insignier, Gengivelser af Elefantordenens Vaabenskjolde m. m. (Laur. Nielsen: Den danske Bog, s. 118). The author spent 30 years in collecting material for this history of the Elephant order, which origin he claims goes back to the mythical age. The Elephant order is the highest Danish order, and usually only given to Royalty. A few exceptions have been made. After the Second World War it was given to the generals Montgomery and Eisenhower as well as the Danish scientist Niels Bohr. Bibl. Danica II,735.

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        Explications de la prophetie d'Isaie, sur l'enfantement de la Sainte Vierge

      Edition, and last work published during the lifetime of the author.Copy to weapons of Godet des Marais, Bishop of Chartres, who was the confessor of Madame de Maintenon and the top of the Maison de Saint Cyr.Binding full glossy golden calf contemporary. spine finely decorated nerves. As an exhibit in brown morocco. Arms stamped centers boards. A small lack the upper joint in the head. A dull corner. a gash on the top and small spots on the lower flat plate, but nice copy. Chez Anisson A Paris 1704 in-12 (9x16cm) (6) 191pp. relié

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        I Quattro Fiumi

      1704. Acquaforte e bulino, 1704, di cui 3 firmate in basso a sinistra 'Fran Aquila delin. et Sculp' e una 'Fran Aquila del. Et Sculp.' Belle prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva, ampli margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le quattro tavole raffigurano le statue dei Quattro Fiumi della celebre fontana del Bernini, in piazza Navona: statua del Danubio, del Gange; del Nilo e del Rio della Plata. Le tavole appartengono alla serie 'Raccolta di Statue antiche e moderne data in luce sotto i gloriosi auspicj della Santita di N. S. Papa Clemente 11. da Domenico de Rossi illustrata colle sposizioni a ciascheduna immagine di Pauolo Alessandro Maffei ... ', edita a Roma da Domenico de Rossi, nel 1704. L'opera conteneva 163 tavole incise, tra gli altri da F. Aquila, N. Dorigny, C. Randon, J.B. De Poilly. Ciascuna è numerata nell'angolo superiore, mentre in basso corre la didascalia esplicativa e, più in basso a sinistra, l'excudit di De Rossi e la notizia del privilegio 'In Roma nella Stamp.a di Dom.co de Rossi alla Pace, con Privil.o'. Dimensioni 254x362 mm ognuna. Etching and engraving, 1704, lettered lower right 'Fran Aquila delin. et Sculp' (3 of 4) and one 'Fran Aquila del. Et Sculp.' Good examples, printed on contemporary laid paper, in good condition. The four plate show the four river gods of the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers designed in 1651 by Gian Lorenzo Bernini for Pope Innocent X. Collectively, they represent four major rivers of the four continents through which papal authority had spread:the Nile representing Africa, the Danube representing Europe, the Ganges representing Asia, and the Río de la Plata representing the Americas. The plates belong to the series 'Raccolta di Statue antiche e moderne data in luce sotto i gloriosi auspicj della Santita di N. S. Papa Clemente 11. da Domenico de Rossi illustrata colle sposizioni a ciascheduna immagine di Pauolo Alessandro Maffei ... ' published by Domenico de Rossi, Rome 1704. Each one with the caption along bottom and numbered at upper right, lower left: In Roma nella Stamp.a di Dom.com de Rossi alla pace, con Privil.o'. Average size mm 254x362 each. 254 362

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        Breviarium Equestre, seu De Illustrissimo & Inclytissimo Eqvestri Ordine Elephantino.

      1704 1704 - Ejusq; Origine, progressu, ac splendore hodierno Tractatus, Collectus Ex Antiqvis Diplomatibus, Bullis, Numismatibus, Insignibus, Præcipué autem Ex posthumo & manuscripto Ivari Hertzholmii Codice, In Epitomen redacto, variisq; Additamentis ac Observationibus illustrato & continuato à Jano Bircherodio. Hafniæ [Kbhvn.]: Trykt hos Johs. Laverentzen 1704. Med 14 helsides kobberplancher samt 15 kobberstukne vignetter inkl. titelvignet. Folio. [6] + 104 + [1] pp. Indbundet i samtidigt helskind med guldtryk på ryggen. Bindet lidt slidt, inderste fals svag. Enkelte blade let plettet og enkelte rifter pænt repareret. With 14 full page engravings and 15 copperengraved textual vignettes (incl. title-vignette) showing insignias of the Elephant order, coins, coats-of-arms, ceremonies, and costumes by Johan Friedlein and Louis Chomont-Boudan. Bound in contemporary full leather gilt on spine. Binding weakly marked of use, some leaves with restored tears, some a little stained. * Særlig kostbart udstyret er en Fremstilling af Elefantordenens Historie, forfattet af den kongelige historiograf Iver Hertzholm, men først efter denne Død udgivet 1704 af den senere Biskop i Norge Jens Bircherod. Bogen, der er trykt af Johannes Laverentzen, er i folio-format og foruden med træskårne initialer og Vignetter i Barok prydet med talrige Kobberstik, delt udført som særlige tavler, dels indtrykt i teksten. Illustrationerne består af portrætter, fremstillinger af ordenes Insignier, Gengivelser af Elefantordenens Vaabenskjolde m. m. (Laur. Nielsen: Den danske Bog, s. 118). The author spent 30 years in collecting material for this history of the Elephant order, which origin he claims goes back to the mythical age. The Elephant order is the highest Danish order, and usually only given to Royalty. A few exceptions have been made. After the Second World War it was given to the generals Montgomery and Eisenhower as well as the Danish scientist Niels Bohr. Bibl. Danica II,735. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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