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        De Bello Persico, Per Raphaelem Volaterranum Conversus. Romae per Magistrum Eucharium Silber alias Franck. Castigatum per Andream Nucium . MDIX. Nonis Martiis.

      [Rome, Eucharius Silber, March 1509] - Folio. [90]f. Roman letter. At end of text the six line privilege in favour of Giacomo Mazzocchi is printed in capitals. Woodcut initial with portrait of a saint at beginning of first book, lombard initial decorating beginnings of books II-IV. Early 19th century red quarter morocco, gilt; marbled boards. The first printing of Procopios’ account of the early 6th century Byzantine military campaigns against the Persian kings Kavadh and Chosroes Anushirvan, and against the Vandal kingdom in North Africa. The Latin translation from the Greek is by Raffaele Maffei Bishop of Volaterra (1451-1522), a noted humanist and encyclopaedist; (the Greek original text was first published by Höschelius at Augsburg as late as 1607; an English version by Holcroft followed in 1653). The colophon is unusual in referring to the editor, Andrea Nucio, by name. The lengthy privilege by Pope Julius II is in favour of Giacomo Mazzocchi, learned Roman bookseller, printer, and noted antiquarian, who is first mentioned here. Procopios, a native of Caesarea in Palestine, trained as a lawyer and rhetorician, was attached to the Byzantine general Belisarius in AD 527 as his aide and legal adviser in the Persian war. He was to accompany Belisarius in all his brilliant campaigns to restore East Roman power. His Histories, written c550 AD, constitute the authoritative text for the period. Procopios emphasizes the crucial rôle of archers in Belisarius’ victories. A good copy with wide margins from the library of [Dmitry Petrovich] Count Boutourlin (Buturlin 1763-1829), Russian senator, outstanding bibliophile, and director of the Imperial Library, with his engraved armorial bookplate inside front cover; Boutourlin’s first library was lost in the burning of Moscow in 1812; his immense second collection, formed during his retirement in Tuscany, was described in a privately printed catalogue limited to 200 copies by Audin (Florence 1831); the books were ultimately dispersed by auction through Silvestre (Paris, 1839-41); many were acquired by the Bodleian Library. A small, neat repair in blank tailend corner of last leaf. Isaac 12013; Jähns 143-6; Adams records no copies in Cambridge libraries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Habes in hoc volumine lector optime Divina Lactantii Firmiani Opera nuper per Ianum Parrhasium accuratissime castigata: Graeco integro adiuncto: quod in aliis cum mancum tum corruptum inuenitur. In hoc vero emendatissimum inuenies. Eiusdem Epitome. Carmen de Phoenice. Carmen de Resur. Domini. Habes etiam Ioan. Chry. de Eucha. quandam expositionem & in eandem materiam Lau. Vall. sermonem. Habes Phi. adhortationem ad Theodo. & aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologeticon: habesque tabulam noviter impressa

      arte & impensis Ioannis Tacuini (Giovanni Tacuino), 1509. In-folio (329x215mm), ff. (12), CLX, XXII, affascinante legatura rinascimenntale su assi di legno con fermagli metallici parzialmente conservati e parzialmente rivestita (al dorso e su metà dei piatti) in pelle di scrofa riccamente decorata a secco a motivi geometrici, floreali e con filettature geometriche. Dorso a 4 nervi. Vignetta xilografica al frontespizio. Capilettera xilografici figurati su fondo nero (alcuni colorati a mano; alla c. Ir. grande capolettera figurato inciso xilograficamente in rosso a motivi floreali e con due putti). Timbro, etichetta e annotazioni di possesso ottocentesche di estinta biblioteca gesuita viennese. Nota di possesso parzialmente cassata in data 1516. Restauri al frontespizio, alcuni lavori di tarlo, restauri agli angoli delle prime cc. e sparse gore d'umido. Discreto esemplare nel complesso. Rara impressione veneziana cinquecentesca (esemplata sulla precedente dello stesso Tacuino del 1502) delle opere (Divinarum Institutionum adversus gentes, De ira Dei, De Opificio Dei vel formatione hominis, Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carmen de resurrectione Domini, Expositio Io. Chrysostomi, Sermo Laurentii Vallae de mysterio Eucharistiae) del grande apologista del III secolo, strenuo difensore del Cristianesimo contro le reviviscenze pagane e le devianze ereticali; la cura dell'edizione è dell'umanista calabrese Aulo Giano Parrasio, al secolo Giovan Paolo Parisio. STC Italian, p. 366. Sander, 3758: "Reimpression de l'edition 1502". Graesse, IV, 66. Mortimer, I, 246. EDIT16 CNCE 34788. Non in Adams (che, L-12, registra invece la precedente stampa del 1502). Latino

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        Rare Antique Woodcut Print-JUSTICE-JUDGE-Laienspiegel-Ulrich Tengler-1509

      - Plate : This plate shows a German medieval scene with a judge reading a verdict from the tower. Extr. Rare. Woodblock / woodcut on a verge type of hand laid paper. Description: This original antique print originates from 'Laienspiegel.', by Ulrich Tengler published in Strasbourg by Sebastian Brant, first published in 1509. The work commonly referred to as Laienspiegel is a book of law. It was published in Augsburg, first in 1509. Its full title is 'Laijen Spiegel. von rechtmassigen ordnungen in Burgerlichen vnd peinlichen regimenten. mit allegationen und bewerungen aus geschribnen rechten und gesatzen.' This can be roughly translated as A layman's guide, of the correct order of civil and criminal regiments, with illustrations of written rights and laws. It was written by Ulrich Tengler, and published by Sebastian Brant. There was a second edition in 1511. The work was very important, there were 14 editions of it in the 16th century. The work is divided in three parts. It contains private law, criminal law, and law of the public institutions.Artists and Engravers: Author: Ulrich Tengler (1441-1521/22) was the Strasbourg city writer, lawyer, tax-collector and trustee. Condition: UsedAcceptable Storage location: A258-19 The overall size is ca. 5.3 x 7.5 inch. The image size is ca. 5.3 x 7.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 13.5 x 19 cm. The image size is ca. 13.5 x 19 cm.

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        Secundus dyalogorum liber beati Gregorii pape de vita ac miraculis beatissimi Benedicti.

      Paris, Guillaume Anabat pour G. de Marnef, 1509. ____ Très rare édition parisienne du "Deuxième livre des Dialogues de saint Grégoire le Grand, de la vie et miracles du bienheureux saint Benoi?t." Elle est illustrée de 14 bois gravés. Elle reprend le texte de l'édition de Giunta, Venise, 1505, ligne par ligne, la collation est identique, et 2 grands bois sont des copies de l'édition vénitienne. Titre en rouge avec la marque rouge des Giunta. Caractères gothiques. Au verso du dernier feuillet préliminaire, un bois représentant S. Grégoire assis sur le trône pontifical de chaque côté un cardinal et devant lui six bénédictins. "Bois assez joli, mais d'une taille un peu rude." (Essling). Un petit bois f. 58r. La Vierge et l'enfant Jésus au f. suivant. Saint Grégoire et le diable au f. suivant. Déposition de la croix au f. suivant. St. Benoist, St. Placide, et St. Maur au f. suivant. Un petit bois Marie et Joseph devant l'enfant Jésus (f. 84). Jésus au temple (f. 88). Petit bois 141v et un autre f. 142. Un petit bois f. 159v. La flagellation et deux petits bois en dessous au dernier f. recto. Grande marque de Guillaume Anabat au verso, l'imprimeur y est représenté à genoux et mains jointes, devant la Vierge allaitant. Il est amusant de noter que trois pages blanches dans l'édition vénitienne sont occupées par des bois gravés dans cette édition parisienne. Certains des bois ont été partiellement coloriés à l'époque. Quelques feuillets reliés dans le désordre. Une tache d'encre aux f. 157 et 158. Bas du f. A3 rogné avec atteinte à la dernière ligne. Coiffes arrachées, le fermoir manque. *-------* 2 copies in OCLC : Bibliothèque nationale de France and Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. In-16. Collation : (8), 191, (1) ff. [A8, a-z8, t8] Veau estampé, dos à deux nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Villa D Este in Tivoli, mit Einführungswort von Prof. Dr. CH.HUELSEN.

      1 Doppelblatt (Text). 28x38, helle 2-farbig beschriftete OPgmt-Mappe mit 2 aufgelegten und eingeflochtenen Leder-Bändern und 2 Lederschließ-Bändern. die Villa d Este ist eine Schöpfung des pracht- und kunstliebenden Cardinals Hippolyt II (*1509) , der bereits im Alter von 30 Jahren Cardina wurde. Er ließ die Villa von de Neapolitaner Pirro Ligorio (1515 - 1583), einem ungemein vielseitigen und phantasiereichem Architekten, Ingenieur und Antiquar bauen. Die Villa d Este in Tivoli gehört mit ihrem Palast und Garten zu den bemerkenswertesten und komplettesten Beispielen der Renaissancekultur. Mit den übrigen modenesischen Hausgütern fiel die Villa Anfang des 19.Jahrhunderts an die Linie Este des österreichischen Kaiserhauses. DIE MAPPE WAR NIE IM BUCHHANDEL ERHÄLTLICH UND IST DAHER EXTREM SELTEN sie enthält 17 Tafeln nach Originalzeichnungen, die sich im Besitz Sr. K. und K. Hoheit des Erzherzogs Franz Ferdinand befinden das 2-farbig gedruckte Doppelblatt mit einer Titel-, Kopf- und Schluss-Vignette enthält einen ausführlichen Text zur Geschichte der Villa schönes Exemplar, das Doppelblatt sauber mittig gefaltet

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        Moralia Opuscula LXXXXII Index Moralium omnium andamp eorum quae in ipsis tractantur etc ed Demetius DucasVenice Aldus Manutius andamp Andreas Asulanus March 1509

      Large 4to. [16], 1050, [2]pp, Greek and Roman type (Gk 3 (2nd casting), Aldus' device on title, late 16th-century vellum.                                                                                  

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        Lepida [.] opera accurate graeco adiuncto castigata: Eiusde[m] Nephytomon: Carmina de Phoenice. & Christi resurrectione. Io. Chry. De eucharistia sermo. Lau. Vall. sermo. Phil. ad Theo. adhortatio.

      (Paris), [Guy Marchant für] Jean Petit, (12. IX. 1509). - (10), CCXXV [225], (1) Bll. Mit 2 versch. Holzschnitt-Druckermarken (Petit am Titel, Marchant am letzten Bl. verso) sowie einem ganzseitigen Textholzschnitt. Französischer Lederband um 1680 mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und -vergoldung. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 4to. Schön gedruckte Laktanz-Werkausgabe (herausgegeben von Aegidius Maserius), der noch Tertullians "Apologeticus adversus gentes" sowie einige kleine Stücke von Johannes Chrysostomos und Laurentius Valla beigegeben sind. Gedruckt in klarer Antiqua mit zahlreichen floralen Holzschnittinitialen; einige Stellen in ansprechender griechischer Type. Der Textholzschnitt am letzten Bl. der Vorstücke verso zeigt einen Gelehrten in seiner Stube mit Büchern und Schreibzeug. - Zahlreiche verblaßte hs. Marginalien der Zeit; einige Notizzettel (um 1759) mit hs. bibliographisch-editorischen Bemerkungen in den Innenrand montiert. Kl. Papierdefekt auf Bl. 24f. alt hinterlegt und Text handschriftlich ergänzt. Oberes Kapital fachmännisch restauriert. Am vorderen Innendeckel Exlibris des Brügger Mediziners Adolphe Stordeur (datiert 1910). Adams L 13. BM-STC French 249. Panzer VIII, 537, 324. Moreau 1509, 127. Nicht bei Schweiger. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tutte le opera volgari di Chariteo.

      Maestro Sigismundo Mayr Alamano con somma diligentia de P. Summonti,, Nápoles: 1509 - 162 hojas (Signaturas A-V8, excepto M10.) Encuadernación en piel del siglo xix con estampación de hierros secos en planos y lomo. Buen ejemplar con papel limpio y fuerte a excepción de los dos últimos folios con manchas de hongos y torpe restauración que afecta mínimamente algunas letras. Toda 1167. Palau 67158: "El único ejemplar que actualmente conocemos figuraba en la Biblioteca de D. Eduardo Toda." Ejemplar de la biblioteca de Joan Lluís Gili, con su ex-libris. Segunda edición con importantes añadidos respecto de la primera aparecida tres años antes con apenas 48 hojas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Institutio Christianae religionis, quae ad superiores edtiones hac postrema. Omnium emendatissima locuplettisimaque, recens addita sunt, statim post ipsius authoris epistolam ad Regem christianis subiecta ad lectorem admonitio breviter indicat.Geneva, Johannes le Preux, 1592. Folio. Woodcut printer's device on title, woodcut headpiece & initials. Contemporary vellum, with large blind-tooled centre piece.

      - Erichson, Bibliographia Calviniana, p.40; Adams C367. Enlarged edition of the classic reformist teaching of the Christian religion by the French Jean Calvin (1509-1564). The Institutionio was first published in Basel 1536 with only six chapters, and in subsequent editions (especially those of 1539, 1541, 1543 and 1550) new material was added before the publication of the most famous edition of the Institutes, which appeared in 1559. With some owner's inscriptions. title-page slightly soiled, tear in title-page and leaf 312; binding slightly rubbed.Overall in good condition.

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        Nilbilder auf seiner Reise durch Egypten nach der Natur aufgenommen ... Erläuternder Text von A. E. Brehm u. J. Dümichen).

      Mit 24 chromolithograph. Tafeln von Karl Werner, auf Karton montiert. 25 Textbll. und der vorderen Umschlag der 4. Lieferung als Ersatz für das nicht vorhandene Titelblatt. Bildgröße ca. 27 x 38 cm, Tafelgröße ca. 46 x 59 cm. Lose in roter OLwd.-Mappe. Quer-Imperial-Folio. Vgl. Ibrahim-Hilmy II, 324 Blackmer 1509 - Prachtvolle ägyptische Ansichten und Szenen von dem zu seiner Zeit gefeierten Aquarellisten Karl Werner, der nilaufwärts bis nach Nubien reiste. Werner schuf nach der Natur ebenso detailgenaue wie lebendige und stimmungsvolle Bilder von besonderer Ausdruckskraft. Die Tafeln (datiert 1870-1874) sind aufgrund der Genauigkeit ihrer topographischen, ethnographischen und architekturgeschichtlichen Darstellung von bleibendem Wert. - Trockenstempel der lithographischen Anstalt auf den Trägerkartons, in den Ecken der Kartons kl. Papierschildchen mit Bezeichnung der Bildmotive. - Die Mappe berieben und bestoßen, teils Läsuren, etwas fleckig, Mappenflügel teils lose. Eine Tafel beschnitten. Textblätter teils mit kl. Randläsuren, Widmungsblatt stärker gebräunt, Textmappe etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren, teils angestaubt, teilweise etwas stockfleckig, Rückseiten teils stärker, leicht gebräunt.

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        Der Stat Wormms Reformacion: Statuten, Ordenung, Satzung die allen Stetten, Communen, Regimenten, Fürstethum, Herschafften, Amptleuten, nutzlich, fürderlich, und behilflich sein, und zu güter Regierung erschiessen mogen.

      [Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch the elder], (1509). - Folio (224 x 316 mm). (6), XCIIII [= 94] ff. Title printed in red (letterpress) and black (large armorial woodcut). Full-page woodcuts on reverse of title and K1v (showing an arbor consanguinitatis); numerous woodcut initials. Early 19th century papered boards covered with dark green goffered paper. Extremely rare second edition (after the first had appeared the previous year): "A hitherto entirely unknown edition, not recorded by Selchow nor by Pütter. It agrees in every respect with the one of 1507 [.] The Schwarz collection possesses a copy of this rarity" (Panzer). "The 'Worms Reformation', completed in 1498 and first published the following year, considers mainly Roman Law, encompassing not only procedural law and civil law, but also criminal law - a section that proved progressive at a time when criminal justice was much neglected" (cf. Conrad II, 369). The splendid title woodcut - based on a design by Nikolaus Nyfergalt (cf. Thieme/B. XXV, 543) - shows the arms of Worms with the key to the city, presented by two fiery dragons glaring at each other within a room framed by gnarled trees and acanthus leaves, while a window in the middle ground provides a view of the hilly Rhine landscape. Even more impressive is the full-page woodcut of the Emperor (then Maximilian I) and the Electors on the reverse: the three ecclesiastical Electors at his left and the four secular Electors at his right, all identifiable by their arms and attributes. At the bottom of the woodcut, two scribes are presenting the Emperor with the "Worms Reformation", the present book - here shown bound in a massive wooden binding with bosses and clasps. The throne canopy bears the Imperial arms with the double-headed eagle; at the right, a small view of Worms is visible. Although this is a fairly wide-margined copy, the fine, super-sized family tree is slightly trimmed at the very top. Some slight duststaining to title page, otherwise very clean. Clear, strong letterpress in stark relief on strong paper; both woodcuts crisp and full of contrast. Some browning to endpapers; hinges weakened; extremeties bumped. The unexpected, but appealing goffered paper binding is typical of German Romanticism during the first decades of the 19th century, showing puttos climbing among lavish acanthus vines. VD 16, W 4382. Panzer 647. Adams W 256. Stobbe II, 531ff. Benzing 2028. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Euclidis opera a Campano interprete fidissimo tralata que cum antea librariorum detestanda culpa mendis fedissimis adeo deformia essent...

      Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 1509. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. [Venice]: Paganinus de Paganinis, [11 June 1509]. 4to (295x208 mm). [1], 2-144 (i.e. 145), [1: blank] ff. Signatures: a10 b-s8. Place and date of printing from colophon (Venetiis Impressum per probum virum Paganinum de paganinis de Brixia [...], M.D.VIIII. Klen. XI Iunii). Title printed in red and black. Numerous woodcut initials and geometrical diagrams in the outside margins. Entirely restored binding, original morocco with gilt arabesque frame and centre-piece laid down on thick wooden boards, four new clasps and catches attached to three edges. Title-page and damaged edges of all leaves expertly restored with Japanese tissue paper (affecting 4 words of title, two words of f.1 and some of the outer geometrical diagrams in the first 40 leaves). Light browning, faint spotting and staining throughout. A few contemp. annotations in ink. A handsome copy, wide-margined and complete with the final blank. ----Riccardi II, 229-30; Adams E-981; Thomas-Stanford 4; Sander 2608; Choix, 6525; Graesse II, 511-12. FIRST EDITION BY PACIOLI. The very rare edition edited by Luca de Pacioli (1445-1517), who has contributed important corrections and explanations. Pacioli was a friend and collaborator of Piero della Francesca and Leonardo da Vinci. He published his Summa of arithmetical practices in 1494, and in 1509 both his great Divina proportione (in which he collaborated with Leonardo) and this important edition of Euclid. "In 1509 there had appeared a very notable edition of the fifteen books of the Elements from the press of Paganinus de Paganinis From the typographical point of view it is a very remarkable and attractive book. The title, in red and black, is admirably spaced. The text, which is not overloaded with commentary, fills only half the width of the page, the ample margin being occupied by the diagrams which are on unusually large scale. In the Venetian Euclids of 1482, 1505, and 1509 the art of book-production reached the meridian" (Thomas-Stanford 6). Very Good.

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        Brunonis Expositio admodum peculiaris in omnes Divi Pauli epistolas: quas eo acutius tempestate nostra penetravit nemo:... Epistola ipsius Apostoli Pauli ad Laodicenses nunc primum in lucem prodit Pauli Apostoli laudes eximie per Iohannem Chrisostomum varijs homelijs comprehense:... Tabula brevis ex paucis annotatiunculis circa finem ordine alphabetico conficitur

      Parigi. Bertold Rembolt. 1509. Cm. 26; carte (4), CCII, (4). Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con unghie, tassello al dorso con titoli in oro, tagli a spruzzo. Magnifico frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con ampia marca tipografica dello stampatore Rembolt inquadrato entro cornice xilografica con elementi floreali e animali fantastici. Esemplare veramente nitido stampato su carta forte, numerosi capolettera parlanti, alcuni di grande formato. Piccolo forellino di tarlo a punta di spillo che dal frontespizio arriva a carta 39 interessando il testo, nel margine bianco, lontano dal testo, due forellini di tarlo che in modo discontinuo interessano la parte bianca fino a carta 48. Qualche carta un poco fiorita. Il tipografo Rembolt era il marito della donna che per prima stampo' libri in Francia 774/P

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        Historiae rei nummariae veteris scriptores aliquot insigniores . Including: HOST, Matthäus. Tres libros de veteribus mensuris . HOST, Matthäus. Quaedam opuscula variae .[SARDI, Alessandro] (misattributed to John SELDEN). Liber de nummis .LABBE, Philippe. Bibliotheca nummaria .BUDÉ, Guillaume. De asse et partibus ejus libri quinque.Leiden, Pieter van der Aa, 1695 (colophon at the end of Host’s works: Jena, Johann Zacharias Nisius, 1692). 15 works in 5 volumes, paginated as 3 and bound as 2. 4to. With 2 engraved portraits (vol. I) and 3 folding tables. Contemporary or near contemporary vellum.

      - STCN (6 copies, incl. 2 incompl.); cf. Smith, Rara arithmetica, pp. 372-375; for Host: ADB XIII, p. 191. A collection of works devoted primarily to the ancient Hebrew, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems, numismatics and mensuration, more than half (nominally 3 volumes) comprising the collected works of Matthäus Host (1509-1587), numismatist and professor of Greek philology in Frankfurt an der Oder. After these follow works by Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588) (misattributed to John Selden), Philippe Labbe (1607-1667) and Guillaume Budé (1468-1540). Host published his most important works on the Hebrew and other Middle Eastern, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems (plus "astronomical" numbers probably taken from Agrippa and Noviomagus), coins and related subjects in the years 1578 to 1582. Budé's De asse is generally regarded as the best Renaissance attempt to determine the values of ancient coins relative to each other and to contemporary money. With bookplates. Lacking a divisional title. With some browning and foxing throughout, a small tear into the text of 1 leaf and in the margin of the first folding table. Otherwise in good condition. The binding of the first volume is somewhat dirty and each has one or two of the vellum tapes broken at the hinge, but they are still in good condition.

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        POEMATA

      HORATIUS FLACCUS QUINTUS. Poemata; ed. A. Manutius. Venezia, Aldo Manuzio e Andrea Torresani, III 1509. 8° Renouard 56.2 F116 Adamas H858 UCLA 85 ALDO MANUZIO EDITORE n. LXVII BMLF

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        Expositio super textu logices Aristotelis.

      Fol. 1 nn., 126 num., 3 nn. Bll. - Vorgeb. - Ders. Expositio magistri Petri Tatereti in summulas Petri hyspani cum textu una cum additionibus [...]. [Ebda.,] 8. August 1509. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen u. einigen schemat. Textholzschnitten. 1 nn., 95 num., 2 nn. (das letzte weiß) Bll. - Vorgeb. - Ders. Clarissima singularisq[ue] totius philosophie necnon methaphisice Aristotelis magistri Petri Tatareti expositio. [Ebda.,] 13. Juli 1509. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen u. einigen schemat. Textholzschnitten. 1 nn., 146 num., 3 nn. (das letzte weiß) Bll., Blindgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden über Holzdeckeln. Ad 1) Ausserordentlich seltene [Post-?] Inkunabelausgabe dieses Aristoteles-Kommentars des Petrus Tartaretus. Der Anhänger des Duns Scotus und Gegner des Nominalismus wurde 1490 Rektor der Universität Paris. - Der Druck, der wohl fälschlich auch dem Lyoner Drucker Nicolaus Wolf zugeschrieben wird, wird von den Bibliographen auch unterschiedlich datiert (zwischen um 1495 [GW u. Goff] über um 1500 bis after 1500 [ISTC], wobei sich letzterer auf Sajó-Soltész [S. 952] bezieht, der das Werk auch dem Drucker Claude Davost zuschreibt). - Ad 2) Seltene Postinkunabel-Ausgabe von Tartaretus zuerst 1494 erschienenem Kommentar zu Petrus Hispanus. - Ad 3) Bedeutender, 1504 von Friedrich dem Weisen als Lehrbuch in Wittenberg eingeführter und bis ins 17. Jahrhundert vielbenutzter Kommentars zur Metaphysik des Aristoteles. - Einband stärker beschabt, bestoßen u. (bes. Rücken) mit größeren Bezugsfehlstellen. Schließen fehlen. Titel mit zwei kl. alten Besitzvermerken (darunter Samuel Hoffmanns der andere gestrichen) u. verso mit zeitgen. Notiz. Vereinzelt zeitgen. Marginalien in roter u. schwarzer Tinte. Die ersten u. letzten Lagen etw. gelockert u. tlw. m. kl. Knickspuren bzw. Randläsuren. Gegen Ende einige Wurmspuren. Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig. - Ad 1) GW M45189 Goff T43 = T40 Pellechet 10941 BM STC, French Books 414 (1500?) ISTC it00043000 (nur sieben Exemplare, davon keines in Frankreich). - Ad 2 u. 3) Nicht bei Adams bzw. im BM STC, French Books.

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        C. Crispi Sallustii de L. Sergii Catilinae conjuratione, ac bello Iugurthino historiae. Eiusdem in M. T. Ciceronem Invectiva. M. T. Cic. in C. Crispum Sallustium Recriminatio. Porcij Latronis Declamation contra L. Catlilinam. Fragmenta quaedam ex libris historiarum C. Crispi Sallustij.i

      Venise, Alde et Andrea d'Asola 1509 - In -12 (16x10 cm), 8 ff.-280 pp., veau tabac, dos à cinq nerfs et plats ornés de motifs å froid, ancres aldines or au centre des plats, tranches dorées (reliure du dix-neuvième siècle). Première édition aldine des oeuvres de Salluste, publiee par Alde Manuce d'après deux remarquables manuscrits rapportés de Paris par Lascaris et frère Giocondo de Verone. Élégante impression en italiques, marque de l'ancre aldine sur la page de titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Anciennes Inscriptions manuscrites à l'encre effacées au bas du titre et nom manuscrit après l'acheve d'imprimer : D. Paulus coneglanesis. First aldin edition of Salluste works. Renouard, 57, n°3. Brunet. Manuel du libraire : edition rare. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bonifacii Symonetae divi ordinis doctissimi cistertiensis cornu abbatis viri undiquaque De Christiane Fidei et Romanorum Pontificum Persecutionibus opus pene divinum et inestimabile : in quo sparsim habentur haec infrascripta.

      Basilee per Nicolaum Kesler 1509 In-folio de (6)-CLVI-(2) ff., demi-basane blonde sur ais de bois, dos orné à nerfs, traces de fermoirs (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition latine. L'édition originale fut publiée en 1492 ; en 1506 paraissait la première traduction française. Ouvrage majeur de l'historien et prélat italien Bonifazio Simonetta, né vers 1430 et mort vers la fin du XVe siècle, dans lequel il présente l'état de l'Eglise et les persécutions auxquelles elle a été exposée sous chaque pontife, depuis Saint-Pierre jusqu'à Innocent VIII. Note manuscrite à l'encre du temps au feuillet LIX ; Infimes trous de vers. Adams, II, 1184. Reliure restaurée au XIXe siècle, dont seuls les ais de bois ont été conservés.

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        Le Champ vertueux de bonne vie appelé Mandevie

      Fine large woodcut on title & historiated initials. Gothic type. 142 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, mid-18th-cent. red morocco (a few leaves with top line just shaved), triple gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt "à la grotesque," with the title in gilt running down the spine, narrow gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. [Paris: Michel Le Noir], ca. 1509. Second edition, extremely rare, of this satirical and moral treatise by Dupin (ca. 1302-74), a native of the Bourbonnais and monk of the Cistercian abbey Notre-Dame at Vaucelles near Cambrai. The first edition appeared as Le Livre de bonne vie, appelé Mandevie (Chambéry: 1485). Of the 1485 edition, there are three known copies, two of which are incomplete. Of our ca. 1509 edition, again there are only three copies in institutions: BnF, BL (incomplete), and LC (the title leaf of the LC copy is somewhat damaged). Dupin wrote this work sometime between 1324 and 1340; written in poetry and prose, it denounces the vices and excesses of different professions, both secular and religious. Thus popes, kings, bishops, and other members of the church are equally criticized as lawyers, shopkeepers, women, gluttons, villains, etc. According to Arthur Dinaux and Aimé Leroy in the Archives historiques et littéraires du Nord de la France (1833, Vol. III, pp. 170-33), Le Champ vertueux… is the first known work in French in which prose and poetry are united. The first part of the book, in seven books of prose, contains the tale of a dream in which the author travels through each level of society, guided by a knight known as Mandevie (a reference to amending or improving one's behavior or life). The second part, in verse, describes the customs of the time. The handsome and large woodcut on the title depicts Christ surrounded by angels. A fine copy from the library of the Duc de La Vallière (his sale Paris, 1783, 1783, lot 2770). With the signature of the Duc's librarian, the Abbé Rive, on free front endpaper: "collatus et integer." Several early ownership inscriptions on blank portion of title. ? Brunet, II, 891-92-citing this copy. Goff D.

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        ...Opuscula. LXXXXII. Index Moralium omnium, & eorum quae in ipsis tractantur, habetur hoc quaternione. Numerus autem Arithmeticus remittit lectorem ad semipaginam, ubi tractantur singula

      Edited by Demetrius Ducas, assisted by Erasmus & Girolamo Aleandro. Large Aldine device on title. Printed in Greek throughout. 8 p.l., 1050 pp., one leaf with anchor device. Thick small folio (275 x 177 mm.), cont. blind-stamped panelled pigskin over bevelled wooden boards (binding a little stained & marked), three (of four) catches, one (of two) clasps. Venice: [Aldine Press, 1509]. Editio princeps, a remarkably fine and fresh copy printed on what appears to be thick paper. This is the only copy we know of with an important humanistic provenance to appear on the market for many, many years. This splendid volume belonged to Lodovicus Carinus (ca. 1596-d. 1569), humanist, medical doctor, educator, and friend of Erasmus at Basel. Carinus, who has written on the title-page "Sum Carini," was very much part of the circle of Erasmus and the Froben press for many years. Erasmus commended him as an exemplary young scholar and put him as an actor in the Colloquia, where he appears under his real name. A rupture occurred between the two in 1528 and Erasmus later referred to Carinus as the young viper he had carried in his bosom. By 1539, Carinus became close to the Fugger family, tutoring, studying medicine, and travelling with Ulrich and Hans Fugger to Paris, Padua, and Bologna. Treated generously by the Fugger family, Carinus became wealthy. He gave a great deal of support to scholarly projects, securing manuscripts in the possession of the Fugger family and subsidizing the printing of costly books. When he died at Basel, Carinus "left a library which was purchased by a member of the Fugger family for six hundred florins."-Bietenholz, ed., Contemporaries of Erasmus. A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation, Vol. I, p. 268. The Moralia contains much on medicine, health, science, and physics and it is clear why this text would have appealed to Carinus who practiced medicine in his later years in Basel. This copy, having been acquired by the Fuggers in 1569 upon the death of Carinus, was presented by Count Fugger of Mickhausen to St. Salvator, the Jesuit college at Augsburg, probably at the time of the college's foundation in 1582. This college was founded and supported by the Fugger family. "The 1509 edition of Plutarch was the product of many years' work (Aldus complains in the preface that the work on the Moralia was very difficult and comments that he had been nearly forced to abandon the project many times). The work was edited by Demetrius Ducas, a Cretan scholar who was a participant in Aldus's academy. Ducas was assisted by Erasmus as well as Girolamo Aleandro…the press copy of much of the Aldine edition of Plutarch has been discovered at the Ambrosian Library in Milan; its state is a case study in how early printers treated these manuscripts. Rather than make a new, corrected, and edited copy of the text for the typesetters, Ducas and others simply wrote changes onto the original thirteenth-century manuscript itself. Parts of the manuscript contain the page markings of the Aldine text, ensuring that the type for a given page ended and started at the correct point. Some of the pages are marked stampato ('printed'), indicating that those sections had already been printed from another source and there was no need to go over them again. There is evidence from this manuscript that even as manuscript pages were being handed to the typesetters the editing of the work was still in process. Although the direction of the chain lines in the paper implies that this is a quarto book, that is, each piece of paper was printed in four sections and then folded to form four leaves, Renouard notes that the size of the final leaves is so large that if this had been the procedure, Aldus would have needed a much larger press than he is known to have had. Therefore, Renouard posits that he cut the sheets in two and printed them as folios, each piece being printed in two sections and then folded into two leaves and sewn together to form the book."-In Aedibus Aldi. The Legacy of Aldus Manutius and his Press (Brigham Young University, Provo, 1995), 18. Renouard, 55, no. 1. A very fine and fresh copy. Early signature "Sum Carini" on title and ownership inscription of the Jesuit College at Augsburg at head of title "Collegii Soc. Jesu Augusb. 1719. Ex dono Illmi: h. Comitis Fuggeri de Mickhausen." Light dampstaining to first 12 leaves in upper margin and final 12 leaves in outer margin.

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        Epistole Francisci Philelphi Equitis aurati Oratoris atque Poete laureati breviores: elegantiores & adolescentibus magis conducentes.

      [Knobloch], Argentine [Strasbourg], 1509. [12] LXI p. 4°(20 cm) legatura eseguita posteriormente con pergamena antica con carte di sguardia in carta vergatina non recente tassello in pelle al dorso con titoli oro. Postincunabolo raro. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: Millesimo quingentesimonono [1509]. Buono ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo alcune gore marginali di debole intesità qualche rara sottolineatura a china di epoca antica. ...

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        Nicolai Leoniceni Vicentini In libros Galeni e Graeca in Latinam linguam a se translatos praefatio communis. Eiusdem in Artem medicinalem Galeni [...] praefatio [...] Galeni Ars medicinalis, quae et ars parua dicitur, Nicolao Leo. interprete [...] Eiusdem ad Franciscum Castellum [...] in opus de tribus doctrinis ordinatis secundum Galeni sententiam, praefatio. Eiusdem De tribus doctrinis ordinatis secundum Galeni sententiam opus. Galeni in aphorismos Hippocratis, cum ipsis aphorismis, eodem Nicolao Leoniceno interprete.

      1509. [Impressum Ferrariae, per Ioannem Macciochium Bondenum, V. nonas Octobris 1509), in-folio, cartonatura settecentesca (staccata e rovinata, volume in parte sciolto), carte da II a XXXVIII, [4], LVII, da LIX a LXXII. Mancano le carte: A1 (front.), G3, G4, G5, G6, R4 e l'intero fascicolo finale V, formato da 6 carte. Leggera gora alle prime carte, rari forellini di tarlo sempre marginali, alcune note manoscritte nel XVI secolo sui margini bianchi, una carta brunita. Biliotheca Osleriana n. 172 (anche in questo caso un frammento dell'edizione)

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        The Lamentation (Die Beweinung).

      Original woodcut. (Nürnberg/Nuremberg c. 1509). Impression from Venice 1612. With Italian printed text on verso. Signed in plate with monogram. 12,6x9,9 cm. Trimmed to the edge. A minimal hole in middle of motive (only visible from verso). Small marginal tear on the lower right side. Bartsch 43, Meder 152. From an Italian book edition of The Small Passion. Printed with the original woodblock.

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        De Coniuratione Catilinae. De Bello Lugurthino. Oratio contra M.T. Ciceronem..(Ed. Aldus Manutius). Venetiis, aedibus Aldi et Andreae Asulani soceri, mense aprili 1509

      in-8, pp. (16), 279, (1), leg. ottocent. in cartonato, tit. oro e filetti al dorso. Ancora aldina sul tit. ed in fine, spazi con lettera-guida per le iniz. Lettera-dedicatoria di Aldo a Bartolomeo Alviano, uomo d'armi al servizio della Serenissima, protettore di dotti e letterati. Alle opere di Sallustio fanno seguito da pag. 160 alcuni scritti di Cicerone (''Oratio contra C. Crispum Sallustium'', di falsa attribuzione, e le ''Orationes quatuor contra Lucium Catilinam''), di Marcus Porcius Latrus (''Declamatio contra Lucium Catilinam'') e dello stesso Sallustio ''Orationes quaedam ex libris historiarum''. Questa prima edizione aldina di Sallustio è alquanto rara, come tutte le edizioni aldine verso la fine del primo decennio del Cinquecento; l'imminente fine della Repubblica Veneta influì sicuramente sulla tiratura dei volumi usciti in quegli anni, in cui la produzione di Aldo fu molto limitata: in 6 anni, dal 1506 al 1511 pubblicò soli 8 testi. Buon esemplare con margini assai grandi (note di possesso abrase al tit. e in fine, lievissimo arrossamento di alcuni ff.).

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        Lepida [...] opera accurate graeco adiuncto castigata: Eiusde[m] Nephytomon: Carmina de Phoenice. & Christi resurrectione. Io. Chry. De eucharistia sermo. Lau. Vall. sermo. Phil. ad Theo. adhortatio. (Paris), [Guy Marchant für] Jean Petit, (12. IX. 1509).

      1509. (10), CCXXV [225], (1) Bll. Mit 2 versch. Holzschnitt-Druckermarken (Petit am Titel, Marchant am letzten Bl. verso) sowie einem ganzseitigen Textholzschnitt. Französischer Lederband um 1680 mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und -vergoldung. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 4to. Schön gedruckte Laktanz-Werkausgabe (herausgegeben von Aegidius Maserius), der noch Tertullians "Apologeticus adversus gentes" sowie einige kleine Stücke von Johannes Chrysostomos und Laurentius Valla beigegeben sind. Gedruckt in klarer Antiqua mit zahlreichen floralen Holzschnittinitialen; einige Stellen in ansprechender griechischer Type. Der Textholzschnitt am letzten Bl. der Vorstücke verso zeigt einen Gelehrten in seiner Stube mit Büchern und Schreibzeug. - Zahlreiche verblaßte hs. Marginalien der Zeit; einige Notizzettel (um 1759) mit hs. bibliographisch-editorischen Bemerkungen in den Innenrand montiert. Kl. Papierdefekt auf Bl. 24f. alt hinterlegt und Text handschriftlich ergänzt. Oberes Kapital fachmännisch restauriert. Am vorderen Innendeckel Exlibris des Brügger Mediziners Adolphe Stordeur (datiert 1910). Adams L 13. BM-STC French 249. Panzer VIII, 537, 324. Moreau 1509, 127. Nicht bei Schweiger.

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        Historiae rei nummariae veteris scriptores aliquot insigniores ... Including: HOST, Matthäus. Tres libros de veteribus mensuris ... HOST, Matthäus. Quaedam opuscula variae ... [SARDI, Alessandro] (misattributed to John SELDEN). Liber de nummis ... LABBE, Philippe. Bibliotheca nummaria ... BUDÉ, Guillaume. De asse et partibus ejus libri quinque.Leiden, Pieter van der Aa, 1695 (colophon at the end of Host?s works: Jena, Johann Zacharias Nisius, 1692). 15 works in 5 volumes, paginated as 3 and bound as 2. 4to. With 2 engraved portraits (vol. I) and 3 folding tables. Contemporary or near contemporary vellum.

      STCN (6 copies, incl. 2 incompl.); cf. Smith, Rara arithmetica, pp. 372-375; for Host: ADB XIII, p. 191. A collection of works devoted primarily to the ancient Hebrew, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems, numismatics and mensuration, more than half (nominally 3 volumes) comprising the collected works of Matthäus Host (1509-1587), numismatist and professor of Greek philology in Frankfurt an der Oder. After these follow works by Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588) (misattributed to John Selden), Philippe Labbe (1607-1667) and Guillaume Budé (1468-1540). Host published his most important works on the Hebrew and other Middle Eastern, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems (plus "astronomical" numbers probably taken from Agrippa and Noviomagus), coins and related subjects in the years 1578 to 1582. Budé's De asse is generally regarded as the best Renaissance attempt to determine the values of ancient coins relative to each other and to contemporary money. With bookplates. Lacking a divisional title. With some browning and foxing throughout, a small tear into the text of 1 leaf and in the margin of the first folding table. Otherwise in good condition. The binding of the first volume is somewhat dirty and each has one or two of the vellum tapes broken at the hinge, but they are still in good condition.

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        Geldria. En tibi, amice lector, nobilis ille clarusq[ue] ducatus Geldriae, cum omnibus eius limitibus, multis navigeris fluminibus abunde insignis, agrorumq[ue] fertiliate dives, praesertim apud Batavos, quorum crebra fit mentio apud veteres, cum ob miram glebae ubertatem, tum ob gentis celebratissimam in armis dexteritatem, Iam recens ad exemplar eius descriptionis, quae pridem excusa est Roma per Mich. Tramesini castigatior.[Antwerp, Cornelis de Jode, 1593]. Double-page engraved map (plate size: 36.5 x 48 cm; paper size: 41 x 56 cm), with the title in a cartouche in the upper left, a note from the publisher at lower left, a scale at lower right (ca. 1:400,000) and letterpress text on the back. In a grey passe-partout (43.5 x 65 cm).

      F. van Ortoy, L'oeuvre cartographique de Gérard et de Corneille d Jode, p. 117; Vredenburg-Alink, Kaarten van Gelderland 5. Second printing of an early engraved map of the Dutch province Gelderland (the fifth map in Vredenburg-Alink?s chronological list) by the Dutch engraver, cartographer and publisher Gerard de Jode (1509-1591). The map, orientated with west at the head, shows the area of 16th-century Gelderland and slightly beyond, from Utrecht in the west to Vreden in the east and from Kampen in the north to Roermond in the south. The map was first published in De Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrarum (1578), and printed unchanged in the 1593 Speculum Orbis Terrae: an enlarged edition of the earlier atlas, now published by De Jode's son, Cornelis (1568-1600). Gerard de Jode based his map on Tramesini's map, who based his in turn on that of the cartographer Jacob van Deventer (d. 1575). Margins slightly foxed and slightly discoloured along the fold, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Deux post-incunables impression de Josse Bade et Barbier pour JehanPetit en reliure monastique 1509 Isidore de Séville Praeclarissimum opus divi Hyspalensis episcopi ...Crinitus Pierre De honesta disciplina

      Isidore de Séville Praeclarissimum opus divi Hyspalensis episcopi ... Paris Jehan Barbier pour Jehan Petit 1 volume petit in folio de 103 feuillets chiffrés , deux feuillets de table et 16 feuillets non chiffrés. Impression en lettre ronde sur deux colones à 55 lignes lettrines et figures . Au colophon impression de Jean Barbier 1509 le dernier du mois Aout 29 x 20,5 cm 11,5 x 8,25' Crinitus Pierre De honesta disciplina Paris Josse Bade 1508 1510 139 feuillets chiffrés 139 Impression en lettres rondes à 46 longues lignes Au dernier colophon Janvier 1510 Collations conformes. Le tout en reliure monastique de l'époque restaurations au dos , traces de fermoirs . Une mouillure affecte 4 les premiers feuillets, puis s'estompe au feuillet 12 elle devient impercepible papier sain et encore bien craquant. Elle réaparait peu genante en fin de volume mais en marge et angle intérieur.Isidore de Seville Théologien chroniqueur érudit espagnol mort en 636 à Séville, il joua un rôle considérable dans les affaires de la péninsule, fit un voyage à Rome pour voir Grégoire le grand et présida les conciles de Séville et de Tolède. Il a composé de nombreux livres,dont un livres des étymologies ou origines, encyclopédie des connaissances humaines au moyen age, le plus célèbre de tous ces ouvrages. C est notre post incunable ! Celui ci traite de sujets fort divers et reprend effectivement les connaissances de l'époque en les illustrant parfois de figures.Quelques exemples De la philosophie, de l'arithmétique, de la géométrie, mais aussi ,de la musique en trois division, de la musique harmonique organique et rythmique. d'astronomie de la forme du monde du ciel des phases de la lune et des éclipses et de la terre, et de tant d autres sujets... Nous avons ainsi une exceptionnelle représentation moyenâgeuse in texte de la terre, elle reprend la forme T dans l O , mais de manière un peu différente elle est déjà orienté avec les quatre points cardinaux et non avec le ciel et l enfer, ce qui est très moderniste.Toutefois dans le texte " paradisos e locus in orientis partibus " il situe bien le paradis en partie haute dans l orient. Ce premier ouvrage est donc passionnant et a découvrir. Le deuxième livre de Pietro Ricco dit Crinito( le chevelu) poète et bibliographe Italien né à Florence en 1465 mort vers 1504 Élève de Politien, il le remplaça dans sa chaire d Éloquence et se chargea comme lui de l éducation de quelques enfants de famille. Ses poésies latines ne manquent pas d éloquence mais elles ont conservées moins de célébrité que ces ouvrages en prose, entre autre son traité De honnesta disciplina dans lequel à l'exemple d Augelle dans les nuits attiques il traite un grand nombre de questions d éruditions, d histoires de philosophie. Le bibliophile de l'époque n a donc probablement pas relié par hasard ces deux ouvrages ensembles. Ils se complètent et traitent à eu deux la plus part des sujets que pouvait souhaité connaître un érudit en ce tout début de XVIeme siecle. L'impression : Ici le caractère gothique est déjà abandonné pour une police proche du Garamont ce qui est tout a fait avant gardiste, le premier incunable est imprimé sur deux colonnes de 55 lignes, illustré de lettrines à fonds criblés de nombreux petits bois et d un arbre des filiations pleine page tout a fait exceptionnel. (In Larousse XIXeme tome 9 page 807 tome 5 page 528, Moreri 1759) Une impression avec la célèbre marque de Josse Bade, une autre par Barbier pour Jehan Petit Rare ensemble de deux superbes impressions parisienne très moderne et avant gardiste pour 1510.

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        ...Opuscula. LXXXXII. Index Moralium omnium, & eorum quae in ipsis tractantur, habetur hoc quaternione. Numerus autem Arithmeticus remittit lectorem ad semipaginam, ubi tractantur singula.

      Edited by Demetrius Ducas, assisted by Erasmus & Girolamo Aleandro. Large Aldine device on title. Printed in Greek throughout. 8 p.l., 1050 pp., one leaf with anchor device. Thick small folio (275 x 177 mm.), cont. blind-stamped panelled pigskin over bevelled wooden boards (binding a little stained & marked), three (of four) catches, one (of two) clasps. Venice: [Aldine Press, 1509]. Editio princeps, a remarkably fine and fresh copy printed on what appears to be thick paper. This is the only copy we know of with an important humanistic provenance to appear on the market for many, many years. This splendid volume belonged to Lodovicus Carinus (ca. 1596-d. 1569), humanist, medical doctor, educator, and friend of Erasmus at Basel. Carinus, who has written on the title-page "Sum Carini," was very much part of the circle of Erasmus and the Froben press for many years. Erasmus commended him as an exemplary young scholar and put him as an actor in the Colloquia, where he appears under his real name. A rupture occurred between the two in 1528 and Erasmus later referred to Carinus as the young viper he had carried in his bosom. By 1539, Carinus became close to the Fugger family, tutoring, studying medicine, and travelling with Ulrich and Hans Fugger to Paris, Padua, and Bologna. Treated generously by the Fugger family, Carinus became wealthy. He gave a great deal of support to scholarly projects, securing manuscripts in the possession of the Fugger family and subsidizing the printing of costly books. When he died at Basel, Carinus "left a library which was purchased by a member of the Fugger family for six hundred florins."-Bietenholz, ed., Contemporaries of Erasmus. A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation, Vol. I, p. 268. The Moralia contains much on medicine, health, science, and physics and it is clear why this text would have appealed to Carinus who practiced medicine in his later years in Basel. This copy, having been acquired by the Fuggers in 1569 upon the death of Carinus, was presented by Count Fugger of Mickhausen to St. Salvator, the Jesuit college at Augsburg, probably at the time of the college's foundation in 1582. This college was founded and supported by the Fugger family. "The 1509 edition of Plutarch was the product of many years' work (Aldus complains in the preface that the work on the Moralia was very difficult and comments that he had been nearly forced to abandon the project many times). The work was edited by Demetrius Ducas, a Cretan scholar who was a participant in Aldus's academy. Ducas was assisted by Erasmus as well as Girolamo Aleandro...the press copy of much of the Aldine edition of Plutarch has been discovered at the Ambrosian Library in Milan; its state is a case study in how early printers treated these manuscripts. Rather than make a new, corrected, and edited copy of the text for the typesetters, Ducas and others simply wrote changes onto the original thirteenth-century manuscript itself. Parts of the manuscript contain the page markings of the Aldine text, ensuring that the type for a given page ended and started at the correct point. Some of the pages are marked stampato ('printed'), indicating that those sections had already been printed from another source and there was no need to go over them again. There is evidence from this manuscript that even as manuscript pages were being handed to the typesetters the editing of the work was still in process. Although the direction of the chain lines in the paper implies that this is a quarto book, that is, each piece of paper was printed in four sections and then folded to form four leaves, Renouard notes that the size of the final leaves is so large that if this had been the procedure, Aldus would have needed a much larger press than he is known to have had. Therefore, Renouard posits that he cut the sheets in two and printed them as folios, each piece being printed in two sections and then folded into two leaves and sewn together to form the book."-In Aedibus Aldi. The Legacy of Aldus Manutius and his Press (Brigham Young University, Provo, 1995), 18. Renouard, 55, no. 1. A very fine and fresh copy. Early signature "Sum Carini" on title and ownership inscription of the Jesuit College at Augsburg at head of title "Collegii Soc. Jesu Augusb. 1719. Ex dono Illmi: h. Comitis Fuggeri de Mickhausen." Light dampstaining to first 12 leaves in upper margin and final 12 leaves in outer margin. .

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        Juvenalis cum commento Ioannis Britannici.

      (Philippus Pincius), 1509 die 4 decembris. In - folio (318x215mm), ff. (6), CXXXVII (manca la carta finale bianca), legatura antica in p. pergamena rigida con dorso a 3 nervi rilevati. Vignetta xilografica al frontespizio. Bei capilettera istoriati in xilografia su fondo nero, 12 xilografie intercalate n.t., una per ciascuna satira. Carattere gotico e romano. Antichi timbri di estinta biblioteca. Aloni e bruniture diffuse, restauri marginali al frontespizio e all'ultima carta. Segni d'uso all'interno del volume. Condizioni discrete nel complesso. Rarissimo postincunabolo veneziano di Giovenale sprovvisto di dati tipografici e corredato dell'amplissimo commento del celebre umanista nativo di Palazziolo Giovanni Britannico; il testo giovenaliano è posto al centro della pagina ed è inquadrato, in corpo tipografico più piccolo, dalle glosse del Britannico. La prima edizione corredata del commento del Britannico era stata impressa a Brescia nel 1501 da due congiunti dell'umanista lombardo, Angelo e Iacopo Britannico. L'editore, in base al riferimento del British Union Catalogue, sarebbe Filippo Pinzi (Philippus Pincius), tipografi di Canneto, presso Mantova, attivo a Venezia, dove si trasferì nel 1480. Essling, n. 788. Sander, 3733. Maittaire, I, p. 533. Panzer, Annales typographici, IX, p. 110, n. 40. EDIT16 CNCE 51702 (7 copie censite; SBN / ICCU censisce invece 2 copie). Manca ad Adams, Mortimer e STC Italian.

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        THE HARCOURT BIBLE Bible, Genesis to Proverbs; illuminated thirteenth-century manuscript on parchment with historiated initials by the Bari atelier (active in Paris, c. 1250-1270)

      THE LONG-LOST FIRST VOLUME OF THE BIBLE OF LOUIS DE HARCOURT, PATRIARCH OF JERUSALEM AND BISHOP OF BAYEUX. Illuminated manuscript on parchment in Latin, Northern France, Paris, c. 1260-1280. 310 x 215 mm. 319 leaves, complete but for one leaf lacking at the end, catchwords, some leaf and quire signatures, written below top line in a formal gothic bookhand in two columns of 44 lines (justification 197-200 x 138-144 mm.), some rubrics completed and spaces left for others, red and blue running titles and chapter numbers, chapters begin with alternately red or blue 2-line initials with contrasting red or blue pen decoration extending the full length of the page, TWELVE ILLUMINATED FOLIATE INITIALS AND TWENTY-NINE HISTORIATED INITIALS in blue and mauve highlighted in white and gold, with full-page marginal extensions, deeply cusped, decorated with small gold balls and floral or zoomorphic terminals, some with rabbits, dogs, human heads, dragons, etc. BINDING: Late 15th- or early 16th-century leather, tooled in blind and stamped with several floral motifs (also used in c. 1509 binding from Paris or Rouen) over substantial wooden boards, spine with five raised bands, head- and tail-bands with decorative red and green threads, edges gauffered and gilt. TEXT: Unlike most thirteenth-century Bibles, typically individual small-format volumes that contain the complete Bible text, the present manuscript is quite large in size and makes up the first volume of what is now a two-volume Bible. The companion volume also survives and is now at Harvard University (Cambridge, Houghton Library, fMS Typ. 239H). This Bible follows the Bible text commonly copied in Paris after c. 1230, known as the Paris Bible. It extends from the book of Genesis, with prologues, through the book of Proverbs. ILLUSTRATION: The Parisian workshop whose artists illuminated this Bible is known as the Bari atelier, after a manuscript now at San Nicola, Bari, made for use of the French royal capella. The atelier seems to have specialized in adorning large copies of the Bible, like this one, and its artists are also known for illuminating manuscripts in French, including romances. The initials here are quite large. Typical of the atelier's work, the figures in the historiated initials are often standing, almost appearing to float, within an austere space, with one or two furnishings against a patterned background. Their long and elegant hands are placed in meaningful positions, and their faces are drawn with square chins, down-turned mouths, and small, round eyes, appearing to express deep thought or worry and preoccupation. Occasionally simple gothic architectural patterns appear, as in the initials depicting Saint Jerome writing at an elaborate architectural desk (f. 1), Kind David harping (f. 275v), and a master and a pupil, likely King Solomon and his son, Rehoboam (f. 309v). The fondness of the artist for decorative touches along the border extensions, including storks and hares and hounds, add considerably to the charm of these classically Parisian, elegant images. PROVENANCE: Made in Paris, c. 1260-1270. Subsequently belonged to Louis de Harcourt (1424-1479), Patriarch of Jerusalem and Bishop of Bayeux. Later in the fifteenth century, it was separated from the second volume and belonged to a member of the Boyer family. More recently, this was part of a private collection in Switzerland. CONDITION: First and last leaves creased, leaves trimmed with losses to extremities of a few painted initials, but generally in fine condition. Some wear to front and back of binding, especially to the spine and joints. Full description and photographs available.

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        Underrichtung eins geistlichen lebens.

       Strassburg, Johann Prüß d. Ä. 1509. kl.-4°. 182 Bll. Mit gr. Titelholzschn., 3 (dav. 1 ganzseit.) Holzschn. u. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. 2 intakten Metallschließen. Rollenstempel, floral. Blindpräg. auf beiden Deckeln. Blindgeprägt. Portrait \"Salvator Mundi Ihesus Christus\" darunter: \"Martinus Pietz\" am Vorderdeckel. Hs. Rückentit. Bll. B-E8 rubriziert. 4 Bll. (Zv-8 fleckig), sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. ad 1: A-6.B-8.C-4,D-4,E-8,F-4,G-4,H-8,J-4,K-4,L-9,M-4,N-4,O-8,P-4,Q-4,R-8,S-4,T-4,-8,X-4,Y-4,Z-8,a-4,b-4,c-8,d-4,e-4,f-8,g-4,h-4,i-8,k-8;VD 16 J1174; Proctor 9990 - Sehr seltene, wahrscheinlich einzige deutsche Ausgabe von \"De disciplina et perfectione conversationis monasticae\". Der Verf. (1381-1456) trat 1402 in das Chorherrenstift auf der Insel Alga bei Venedig ein, wurde 1406 Prior und erster General der Kongregation vom Hl. Georg, deren Konstitutionen er verfaßte (vgl. Lex.f.Th.u.K. IV, 510). Die Holzschnitte zeigen die Herabkunft des Heiligen Geistes, Mariae Geburt, Grablegung und Kreuzigung Christi. - Beigebunden: BONAVENTURA. Der Spygel der Tzucht voll treflicher Lere vnnd Spruche des heilgen Bonauenture, der do mit tapffern kurtzen wortten, sagt vn[d] handelt, von eine[n] erlichen Leben. Nicht alleine allen geistlich[e]n den er tzu eine[n] anschaw[e]n yres lebens gemacht not ... Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1510. 4 Bll., XCV S. Erste Ausgabe. (VD 16 B 6580). Versand D: 4,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Theologie, Religionsgeschichte

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        Le Champ vertueux de bonne vie appelé Mandevie.

      Fine large woodcut on title & historiated initials. Gothic type. 142 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, mid-18th-cent. red morocco (a few leaves with top line just shaved), triple gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt "à la grotesque," with the title in gilt running down the spine, narrow gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. [Paris: Michel Le Noir], ca. 1509. Second edition, extremely rare, of this satirical and moral treatise by Dupin (ca. 1302-74), a native of the Bourbonnais and monk of the Cistercian abbey Notre-Dame at Vaucelles near Cambrai. The first edition appeared as Le Livre de bonne vie, appelé Mandevie (Chambéry: 1485). Of the 1485 edition, there are three known copies, two of which are incomplete. Of our ca. 1509 edition, again there are only three copies in institutions: BnF, BL (incomplete), and LC (the title leaf of the LC copy is somewhat damaged). Dupin wrote this work sometime between 1324 and 1340; written in poetry and prose, it denounces the vices and excesses of different professions, both secular and religious. Thus popes, kings, bishops, and other members of the church are equally criticized as lawyers, shopkeepers, women, gluttons, villains, etc. According to Arthur Dinaux and Aimé Leroy in the Archives historiques et littéraires du Nord de la France (1833, Vol. III, pp. 170-33), Le Champ vertueux... is the first known work in French in which prose and poetry are united. The first part of the book, in seven books of prose, contains the tale of a dream in which the author travels through each level of society, guided by a knight known as Mandevie (a reference to amending or improving one's behavior or life). The second part, in verse, describes the customs of the time. The handsome and large woodcut on the title depicts Christ surrounded by angels. A fine copy from the library of the Duc de La Vallière (his sale Paris, 1783, 1783, lot 2770). With the signature of the Duc's librarian, the Abbé Rive, on free front endpaper: "collatus et integer." Several early ownership inscriptions on blank portion of title. ❧ Brunet, II, 891-92-citing this copy. Goff D .

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        Baptistae Fulgosi de dictis factisque memorabilibus collectanea: a Camillo Gilino latina facta

      Iacobus Ferrarius 1509 Folio (cm. 28,2), 336 cc.nn. Capilettera ornati. Carta forte. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con titolo su tassello dipinto al ds. Tagli colorati. Apparentemente completo in base alla segnatura, questo libro stampato senza numerazione delle pagine, ha indotto lo stesso tipografo ad un singolare errore: la carta non numerata 10 è inserita dopo la carta non numerata 9 al posto di quella non numerata 13 come esigerebbe il testo. La carta non numerata 12 è assente ed al suo posto è ripetuta la carta non numerata 9. Edizione originale. Brunet, II, 1421. Adams, F1148. Battista Fregoso (1440 - 1504) fu Doge di Genova dal 1478 al 1483. Egli stese in volgare le sue opere destinando solo i â??Fatti e detti memorabili...â?? alla traduzione latina. In questo lavoro Fregoso raccolse numerosi â??exemplaâ?? (tra i quali quello, sovente ricordato, riguardante Cristoforo Colombo), scelti dai classici greci e latini, da storici umanisti come G. Pontano e G. Simonetta e persino dalle sue esperienze personali, nellâ??intento di offrire al lettore strumenti adeguati per riuscire nellâ??agire politico. Allâ??opera, pubblicata postuma, Battista Fregoso attese fra il 1486 e il 1504, anno della sua morte. Seguirono altre numerose edizioni, segno di un discreto successo.

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        Epigrammata Et Hymni.

      Mattias Schurer, Strasbourg 1509 - Very scarce post-incunable edition of the works of the famous Renaissance mercenary soldier poet Michael Marullus, whose family left Byzantine Constantinople after it was taken by the Ottoman Turks. Marullus later came to Italy, where he was educated, served under the patronage of the Medicis and became both a mercenary and a major writer and scholar, the author of acclaimed epigrams and poetry that began a new poetic school. His works also bring alive the glittering court life of Lorenzo de Medici. He is particularly important for his imitations of the Roman Epicurean philosopher Lucretius. Marullus never forgot his origins, however, and fought the Turks in the Crimea before returning to Italy where he sought to launch a new Crusade. He died tragically, in full armor while crossing a river to go into battle against the notorious condottieri and Machiavellian Prince Cesare Borgia. This book is hardcover, with leather spine and title in gilt. It is complete, with the engraved printer's device at the end. As is typical of incunables and early post-incunables, pages are unnumbered, but it is collated complete with 156 pages. It is a small octavo and measures 8" x 5.5" and is in good antiquarian condition; binding is strong, hinges firm, pages firmly bound, book block solid, Some minor age-toning and minor foxing, several pages with minor rcorner tears or folding, but pages mostly bright and sharply and handsomely printed. The printer's device is finely engraved and quite beautiful. This book is also bibliographically important as it is an early edition from the historically important printing house of Mattias Schurer -- the Alsatian printer who specialized in humanist texts. Schurer was a friend and an early printer of Erasmus; and most interestingly, he has also entered history as the inventor of, or the first to use, quotation marks. The editor of this work was the famed humanist Beatus Rhenanus, who worked with Schurer -- and along with him was part of the circle of great Alsatian humanists, including Jakob Wimpfeling, Johann Geiler von Kaisersberg and Sebastian Brant, of Ship of Fools fame. Quite scarce, we could find no copies in North America. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 156 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Coniuratione Catilinae. De Bello Lugurthino. Oratio contra M.T. Ciceronem.(Ed. Aldus Manutius).

      Venetiis, aedibus Aldi et Andreae Asulani soceri, mense aprili 1509, - in-8, pp. (16), 279, (1), leg. ottocent. in cartonato, tit. oro e filetti al dorso. Ancora aldina sul tit. ed in fine, spazi con lettera-guida per le iniz. Lettera-dedicatoria di Aldo a Bartolomeo Alviano, uomo d'armi al servizio della Serenissima, protettore di dotti e letterati. Alle opere di Sallustio fanno seguito da pag. 160 alcuni scritti di Cicerone (''Oratio contra C. Crispum Sallustium'', di falsa attribuzione, e le ''Orationes quatuor contra Lucium Catilinam''), di Marcus Porcius Latrus (''Declamatio contra Lucium Catilinam'') e dello stesso Sallustio ''Orationes quaedam ex libris historiarum''. Questa prima edizione aldina di Sallustio è alquanto rara, come tutte le edizioni aldine verso la fine del primo decennio del Cinquecento; l'imminente fine della Repubblica Veneta influì sicuramente sulla tiratura dei volumi usciti in quegli anni, in cui la produzione di Aldo fu molto limitata: in 6 anni, dal 1506 al 1511 pubblicò soli 8 testi. Buon esemplare con margini assai grandi (note di possesso abrase al tit. e in fine, lievissimo arrossamento di alcuni ff.). Renouard 57.3. UCLA 86. Laurenziana 105. Adams S-139. STC 599. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lepida Lactantii Firmiani opera accurate graeco adiuncto castigata: Eiusde[m] Nephytomon: Carmina de Phoenice. & Christi resurrectione. Io. Chry. De eucharistia sermo. Lau. Vall. sermo. Phil. ad Theo. adhortatio.

      [colophon: Parisiis: Pro Ioha{n}ne Petit fidelissimo bibliopola in Bellouisu 4to (19.5 cm; 7.5"). [10], ccxxxv, [1] ff.. 1509] Joining the works of Lactantius (ca. 240–320) in this handsome Petit/Marchand production are De resurrectionis dominicae die (leaves cxc–cxci) by Venantius Fortunatus, Tertullian's Apologeticus adversus gentes (leaves cxci [verso] – ccxv [verso]), Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus's Salve festa dies, and other pieces by St. John Chrysostom and Lorenzo Valla. The whole is edited by Aegidius Maserius. The volume is printed in a clear roman face with numerous ornamental woodcut initials and with side- and shoulder-notes. The Jean Petit publisher's device is on the title-page and that of Guy Marchand on the verso of the last. Additionally, there is a full-page woodcut of a scholar in his study opposite the first numbered leaf. Evidence of Readership: A 16th-century reader has added a significant amount of marginal commentary on the text. Recent calf old style, tooled in blind on spine and covers. Faint traces of water and resultant mild arrested mildew in lower outer corners of earliest few pages. Marginalia in some parts affected by a binder's trimming; in other cases, not. All edges carmine. => A very good copy.

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        Tolentinum F. Baptistae Mant

      Leonardo Vegio per Alessandro Minuziano 1509 8 dicembre In 4to (cm 18), bella pergamena recente con tassello e titolo in oro al dorso, cc. (53), (1 bianca). Piccolo restauro al margine inferiore bianco di alcune carte, piccoli timbri di biblioteca su alcune pagine, per il resto ottima copia marginosa.RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE ben completa dell'ultima carta, spesso mancante, che contiene l'errata ed una lettera del Minuziano, indirizzata al dedicatario dell'opera, Giovanni da Tolentino, riguardante la correttezza dell'edizione stampata da suo genero L. Vegio.Nella dedica dello Spagnoli allo stesso Giovanni da Tolentino l'autore narra brevemente le vicende della stesura dell'opera. Il Tolentinum è un poemetto in versi ambientato nelle Marche, che contiene la descrizione di diverse località  (Ancona, Recanati, Pesaro, Fermo, Macerata, Tolentino), racconta le origine mitologiche del Piceno e accenna più volte ad eventi della storia contemporanea. Alla fine del volume vi è un componimento di cira nove pagine di Lancino Curti, sempre indirizzato a Giovanni da Tolentino, in cui si tessono le lodi dello Spagnoli e delle sue opere e si espongono con tono accorato eventi recenti della storia italiana. G.B. Spagnoli, poeta carmelitano nato a Mantova da padre spagnolo, studiò grammatica sotto G. Tifernate e filosofia a Pavia sotto P. Bagelardi. Dopo alcuni anni di cattive frequentazioni e accuse di usura e calunnia entrò nell'ordine dei Carmelitani, biasimando nel De vita beata, la sua prima pubblicazione, i suoi precedenti errori di gioventù. Entrato nelle grazie del duca di Mantova, fu incaricato dell'educazione dei giovani rampolli di casa Gonzaga. Nel 1513 fu nominato generale dell'ordine. Considerato dai suoi contemporanei come un novello Virgilio, nel 1885 fu beatificato (cfr. W. Zabughin, Un beato poeta, Roma, 1918, passim). L. Curti, milanese, si formò nelle lettere classiche sotto Giorgio Merula. Legato al cenacolo umanistico sorto alla corte di Lodovico il Moro, dove fu anche Leonardo, strinse amicizia con poeti neolatini e storici come P. Piatti, A. Fregoso, P. Sassi e B. Corio. Poeta lui stesso, la sua produzione fu raccolta e data alle stampe postuma dal nipote G. della Chiesa nel 1521 (cfr. F. Malaguzzi Valeri, La corte di Lodovico il Moro, Milano, 1913 - '23, IV, pp. 154 - 157). Su Giovanni da Tolentino (m. 1525), frate agostiniano, vedi D.A. Perini, Bibliographia augustiniana cum notis biographicis. Scriptores Itali, Firenze, 1929 - '37, IV, 13. Edit16, CNCE 41119. BMSTCItalian, p. 635. Index Aureliensis, 112.478. Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Le edizioni del XVI secolo, II - Edizioni milanesi, Milano, 1984, p. 136, nr. 1392. G. Bologna a cura di, Le Cinquecentine della Biblioteca Trivulziana, I Le edizioni milanesi, Milano, 1965, p. 161, nr. 444. E. Sandal, Editori e tipografi a Milano nel Cinquecento, Baden - Baden, 1979, II, p. 35, nr. 195. \

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        Boethius-Kommentar des Pseudo-Thomas - Duplex commentatio ex integro reposita atque recognita in Boethium (seu Boethum mavis) de cosolatione [recte: consolatione] philosophica [!] et de disciplina scholastica. Ea videlicet que divo Thome aqinato ascribitur. Et que ab Ascensio recentius est emissa: una cum libello de moribus in mensa informandis omnibus in teneris annis constitutis pernecessario a Sulpitio Verulano edito.

      Lyon: Stephan Baland für Jean Huguetan 1509. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (126; 26) Blätter. Lagensignatur a-t, A-D. Gotische Type. Haupttext mit umlaufenden Glossen. Zweifarbiger Titel mit ornamentaler Einfassung und Illustration in Holzschnitt. Mit zahlreichen teils figürlichen Initialen. Gr. 8° (22,5 -25 cm). Rotbrauner Lederband des 20. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und Messingschließe. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Seltene Lyonnaiser Postinkunabelausgabe; seitenidentischer Nachdruck der Simon Vincent-Ausgabe Lyon 1503. - Enthält im ersten Teil den fälschlich Thomas von Aquin zugeschriebenen Kommentar zum Trostbüchlein des Boethius, ergänzt durch den 1498 erstmals erschienenen Kommentar von Jodocus Badius Ascensius, und im zweiten Teil die Schrift über die Schuldisziplin des Pseudo-Boethius. - Der Titelholzschnitt in Form eines Triptychons mit Portraits von Boethius, Thomas von Aquin und Jodocus Bade. - Schöner, reich mit Holzschnitt-Initialen geschmückter Druck auf starkem, allerdings etwas ungleichmässig gebräuntem Papier. - Der neuere Einband solide gearbeitet. Titel und letztes Blatt am Bundsteg unschön hinterlegt und eng an die leinenverstärkten Innengelenke montiert, zudem etwas fingerfleckig und mit Restaurierungsspuren. Die unteren vorderen Blattecken außerhalb des Textspiegels durchgehend mit etwas bräunendem Wasserrand und mit einem Anflug von Sporflecken; teilweise mit Japanpapier verstärkt. Einige Tintenfleckchen und leichte Anschmutzungen, einige zeitgenössische Marginalien in Tinte. - Insgesamt gutes Exemplar. - Baudrier XI, 303f. - Renouard, Ascensius II, 206, 16. - Good, but rebound copy of the interesting post-incunabula, which contains a comment of Pseudo-Thomas on Boethius\' \"Consolatione philosophia\" and an survey on his \"Disciplina scholastica\". Nice woodcut-illustration on title. Some stainig and browning, some traces of restoration. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Boethius-Kommentar des Pseudo-Thomas - Duplex commentatio ex integro reposita atque recognita in Boethium [...] de consolatione philosophica [!] et de disciplina scholastica, ea videlicet que divo Thome Aqinato ascribitur et que ab Ascensio recentius est emissa; una cum libello de Moribus in mensa informandis [...] a Sculpitio Verulano edito. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Lyon: Stephan Baland für Jean Huguetan 1509. Philosophie philosophy

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        DE CHRISTIANE FIDEI ET ROMANORUM PONTIFICUM PERSECUTIONIBUS

      Basel, 1509. Folio. Early 18th-century Danish royal binding of speckled calf, spine elaborately gilt with crowned double monogram of Christian VI at head, bottom four compartments gilt with Danish royal arms; front and rear covers gilt and stamped in blind, with a central inlay of speckled and plain calf cut to a lozenge and semi-circle design. Royal stamp on front pastedown, pencil note ("Dupl bibl R") on front free endpaper. Internally crisp and clean except for some worming throughout and waterstaining on lower corner of final few leaves. A near fine copy. Second Latin edition of Simonetta's principal work, following the first edition printed in Milan in 1492/93. The mention of the West Indies on the verso of leaf 101 is of interest in documenting early published references to the New World. This mention is found in one of 179 letters written by the author interspersed throughout the text, which is primarily concerned with a history of Christian persecution. Simonetta's correspondence is addressed to a wide circle of Simonetta's contemporaries, including close acquaintances, family members, and renowned figures of the Renaissance such as Lorenzo de Medici, Ludovico Sforza, and Pico della Mirandola. The topics of the letters range over a variety of topics including classical history, mythology, geography, medicine, physics, and astronomy. Although not cited in EUROPEAN AMERICANA, the reference to the New World is also found in the first edition, published in Milan (not before 11) January 1492. The Milanese year was reckoned in the modern style from the mid-15th century, though still from Christmas prior to 1500, and perhaps the Milanese printer simply forgot to update the year accordingly. Still, the appearance of a reference to the New World in the pre-1500 edition is puzzling, as there should not be any mention of the West Indies before the first publication of the Columbus Letter in March 1493. A very good copy of this early 16th-century Americanum, in a fine 18th-century royal binding. EUROPEAN AMERICANA lists only four copies (New York Public Library, Hispanic Society, University of Wisconsin, and the British Library).

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        C. CRISPI SALLUSTII CRISPI DE CONIURATIONE CATILINAE. Eiusdem de bello Iugurthino, Orationes quaedam et libris historiarum C.Crispi Sallustii, Eiusdem oratio contra M.T.Ciceronem, M.T.Ciceronis oratio contra C.Crispii Sallustium, Eiusdem oratione quatuor contra Lucium Catilina, Porcij Latronis declamatio contra Lucium Catilina. 1521, mense Ianuario.

      In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Soceri, Venetiis - "Quae omnia solerti nuper cura repurgata sunt, ac suo quaeque ordine optime digesta". Testo latino. Cm.15,8x9,5. Pg.(16), 284 numerate solo al recto, (2). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Marca tipografica aldina impressa al frontespizio e ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta. Piccolissimi fori di tarlo al dorso. Alcune minime sottolineature e chiose manoscritte d'epoca. Al recto dell'ultima carta ripetuta manualmente a inchiostro di china l'ancora con delfino. Doppia prefazione, la prima di Francesco di Asolo, la seconda dello stesso Aldo a Bartolomeo Liviano, identica a quella apposta all'edizione del 1509. Bella edizione aldina, pubblicata per le cure di Francesco d'Asolo come sorta di seconda edizione ampliata della precedente del 1509. Ne esiste anche una contraffazione dello stesso anno, sempre a Venezia, del De Gregori. > Renouard, 93, "Debure se trompe en annonçant cette édition comme plus ample que celle de 1509; elle no contient que les mêmes pièces, mais elle est beaucoup plus belle, imprimée avecun caractère neuf, et un meilleur texte, corrigé avec soin par François d'Asola, qui en avertit dans sa préface au lecteur". Adams, II, S-147. Graesse, VI/I, 238. Brunet, V, 84, "Édition mieux exécutée et plus correcte que celle de 1509". 250 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Esau verkauft für ein Linsengericht sein Erstgeburtsrecht an Jakob (1. Buch Mose 25, 29-34).

      - Feder in Braun, über Rötelskizze, leicht braun laviert, mit brauner Feder umrandet, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: bekrönter Wappenschild mit Kreuz, gehalten von zwei stehenden Löwen, mit zwei angehängten Kreisen. 20:26,7 cm. Vergleichsliteratur: Hollstein 68. Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich bei unserem Blatt um eine Nachzeichnung des gleichseitigen Kupferstichs von Gerard de Jode (1509 od. 1517-1591), der nach einer Zeichnung von Marten de Vos (1532-1603) entstanden ist und zu einer 4-Blatt-Folge über die Geschichte von Esau und Jakob gehört. (Die kunsthistorische Einordnung und die Bestimmung des Bildmotivs danken wir einem freundlichen Hinweis von Dr. Stijn Alsteens, New York, Email vom 24.02.2014).

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        In quartum sententiarum resolute questiones [with] Questiones quodlibetales

      Lazarus Soardus, Venice 1509 - 2 works in one. Folio. ff [xii] 237; 43 [-blank f6]. Double column, Gothic letter in two sizes, plain and foliated woodcut initials, extensive printed sidenotes, publisher's white on black device on verso of last. T-p a bit foxed, infrequent contemp. manuscript notes, underlinings, small hole affecting a very few letters to A2, faint dampstain towards outer margins in a few quires. A very good, clean, well-margined copy in contemporary vellum, slightly later vellum spine superimposed. Early paper library label and title to spine, edges speckled red and black. Rare edition by Benzonus of Middleton's commentary on the fourth book of Peter Lombard's great 'Sentences,' accompanied by 'Quodlibeta,' related disputations. It was one of very few works by an Englishman of sufficient reputation to be internationally printed in the incunable and post-incunable periods. The fourth book covers 'the sacraments in general, the seven sacraments in particular, and the four last things, death, judgement, hell, and heaven.' (Catholic Encyclopaedia). The Quodlibeta were answers to scholarly questions posed by pupils or by interested parties. They address many and varied topics, religious and scientific, including one of the earliest discussions of hypnotism, auto-suggestion and telepathy. The possibility of resurrection, the nature of the human intellect, whether Peter sinned when he denied Christ, the meaning of 'good luck', if one has sinned having done something through direst necessity, and the morality of the marriage of two persons of wildly differing years i.a. are discussed. The standard theological textbook of the medieval university, the Sentences ia a compilation of extracts from the Bible, religious Fathers (especially Augustine), and other sources of authority, and covers the whole body of theological doctrine to form the basis for virtually the entire field of Christian theology and its scholastic interpretation. It represented the first effort to bring together commentaries on the full range of theological issues on a systematic basis, and present different views on complex theological points. A commentary on the Sentences was required of every aspiring master of theology, making it the predominant non-Biblical work most commented on up to the 16th C and Middleton's was regarded as a leader in the field. Richard of Middleton (c. 1249 - 1302) was a Franciscan friar, theologian and philosopher. His works pioneer the move away from a strict Augustinian theology to a more scholastic one. Known as 'doctor solidus et fundatissimus,' he was a friend of Duns Scotus, who also composed a commentary on the Sentences. Perhaps the most famous argument Middleton advances in this commentary (first published in 1489) is his fierce opposition to the ordination of women. As well as the more conventional objections to the weak and emotional character and submissive nature of women rendering them wholly unfit for office, he also advances the compelling argument that women cannot be ordained, as the tonsure which is required for minor orders would not be suitably becoming to females. This edition, published as part of a 4 volume series between 1507 and 1509, is significantly expanded from the Gregorii editions of 1489 and 1499, and is the most complete Mediavilla commentary on the final, and arguably most theologically significant, section of the Sentences. BM STC It. p554. Shaaber R36 (11 places). Adams M1422 & M1425 Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CONSILIA DOMINICI GEMINIANI NUPERRIME IN LUCEM EDITA, CUM NONNULLIS ADNOTATIONIBUS FELINI UNA CUM TABULA PER ORDINEM ALPHABETI SUMMA DILIGENTIA CASTIGATA IN QUIBUS QUAMPLURA MEMORATU DIGNA CONTINENTUR.

      Gregorium de Gregoriis, Venetiis; Venezia 1509 - Pagine: 10 fogli d'indice + 101+2 . Formato: in folio . Rilegatura: Originale in pergamena, scritto il titolo e autore da mano antica. Copertina staccata. . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Bellissimo esempio di postincunabolo, edito senza frontespizio. Bruniture, gora nella parte bianca bassa del folio, retrocopertina con mancanze nel piatto inferiore Piccoli segni di tarlo in poche pagine ai bordi bianchi, senza ledere testo.143 consilia commentati di Domenico da San Giminiano, giureconsulto e canonista, professore di diritto canonico a Bologna e uditore della camera apostolica. Sandeo Felinus fu canonista a Ferrara e Pisa, divenne vescovo di Adria e successivamente di Lucca. . Note epoca: MDIX

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        Cosmographia Pii Papae in Asiae & Europae eleganti descriptione Asia, Historias rerum ubique gestaru cu locorum descriptione complectitur. Europa teporum authoris varias continet historias.

      . Paris, Hen. Stephanus 1509. (Parrhisijs: impressa ... per Henriicum Stephanum ... sumptib. eisudem Henrici & Ionnis Hongont, 1509). Kl.4°. 12 Bll., 152 Bll. Schlichtes Leder d. 19. Jh. ohne Beschriftung. Von Geofroy Tory herausgegebene Ausgabe der Cosmographia von Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini (1405-1464). Das Werk erschien erstmals 1477 und enthält geschichtliche und volkskundliche Betrachtungen aus Asien und Europa. Eines der Exemplare ohne die Weltkarte, die einigen Exemplaren beigegeben wurde. Teils mit schwachem Wasserrand. 2 Ex Libris auf Innendeckel und Vorsatzblatt. Gutes Exemplar. -CHF 1500.00.

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        DE SERMONE ET DE BELLO NEAPOLITANO

      Neapoli, per Sigismundum Mayr Alemannum ..., mense Augusto 1509. In-4 p. (mm. 283x195), p. pergam. ottocentesca (restaur. per manc.), ai piatti una delicata cornice a secco, tit. impresso al dorso, 56 cc.nn., caratteri tondi. ?"Contiene solo il "De sermone", essendo il "De bello Neapolitano" pubblicato dal Mayr nel mese di maggio dello stesso anno?". Così Manzi ?"La tipografia napoletana nel '500?" (1971), n. 16. Nel "De Sermone" compaiono considerazioni sull?'utilità dell?'arguzia e della facezia. In questo trattato l?'A. propone l?'ideale di una conversazione libera e aperta, capace di alleviare gli aspetti piu?' ingrati e severi della vita quotidiana. Rarissima "seconda edizione" (la prima è del 1508). Cfr. Choix de Olschki,VIII,12246 - Brunet,IV,807. Antiche scritte margin., solo qualche lieve fiorit., altrim. esempl. ben conservato. "Giovanni o Gioviano Pontano (Cerreto, Umbria, 1422 o 1426 - Napoli 1503), poeta, fecondissimo scrittore e uomo politico. Padrone della lingua e del verso latini come forse nessun altro umanista, il Pontano non ebbe nel Rinascimento chi lo uguagliasse come prosatore; a lui poeta solo il Poliziano può esser messo vicino". Così Diz. Treccani,IX, p. 621.

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        C. CRISPI SALLUSTII CRISPI DE CONIURATIONE CATILINAE. Eiusdem de bello Iugurthino, Orationes quaedam et libris historiarum C.Crispi Sallustii, Eiusdem oratio contra M.T.Ciceronem, M.T.Ciceronis oratio contra C.Crispii Sallustium, Eiusdem oratione quatuor contra Lucium Catilina, Porcij Latronis declamatio contra Lucium Catilina.

      "Quae omnia solerti nuper cura repurgata sunt, ac suo quaeque ordine optime digesta". Testo latino. Cm.15,8x9,5. Pg.(16), 284 numerate solo al recto, (2). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Marca tipografica aldina impressa al frontespizio e ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta. Piccolissimi fori di tarlo al dorso. Alcune minime sottolineature e chiose manoscritte d'epoca. Al recto dell'ultima carta ripetuta manualmente a inchiostro di china l'ancora con delfino. Doppia prefazione, la prima di Francesco di Asolo, la seconda dello stesso Aldo a Bartolomeo Liviano, identica a quella apposta all'edizione del 1509. Bella edizione aldina, pubblicata per le cure di Francesco d'Asolo come sorta di seconda edizione ampliata della precedente del 1509. Ne esiste anche una contraffazione dello stesso anno, sempre a Venezia, del De Gregori.

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