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        De Architectura libri decem. Nuper maxima diligentia castigati atque excusi, additis, Iulij Frontini De aqueductibus libris propter materiae affinitatem. (In fine:) Impressum Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Juntae, MDXXII sexto kal. Nouembris. (Firenze, Er. Giunta 1522)

      Er. Giunti, 1522. in - 8 (mm 167x102), ff. 192, 24, (20, di cui il penultimo bianco e l'ultimo con marca al verso), leg. coeva in p. pelle decorata a secco (dorso restaurato). Con 139 splendide silogr. n.t. e vignetta al tit. L'impostazione dell'edizione riprende la giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo e il testo di Sesto Giulio Fiorentino (fine I sec. d. C.), la composizione della pagina viene però rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Giovanni Giocondo di Verona (1433 - 1515), frate domenicano, fu uno dei primi sostenitori di un gusto antiquario e venne nominato nel 1513 sostituto del Bramante nei lavori di S. Pietro a Roma. Esemplare assai grande di margini in preziosa leg. coeva (nota di possesso sulla sguardia ant.).

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        Ex Plauti Comoediis XX Quarum carmina magna ex parte in mensum suum restituta sunt M.D.XXII. Index verborum, quib. paulo abstrusiorib. Plautus utitur. Argumenta singularum Comoediarum. Authoris vita. Tralatio dictionum graecarum

      In Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri, 1522. Al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta marca editoriale (ancora aldina). Alla giustificazione all'ultima carta, Venetiis in Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri, mense iulio. M.D.XXII. Prima ed unica edizione delle commedie di Plauto pubblicata nella stamperia di Aldo Manuzio. Nella Epistola dedicatoria di Gian Francesco Asolano, curatore dell'edizione, a Nicolaus von Schonberg,vescovo di Capua, la lezione del testo delle commedie è attribuita al lavoro di Aldo Manuzio con la collaborazione di Erasmo ("Quanta diligentia fieri potuit Aldus noster et Erasmus Roterodamus illas (comoedias) olim castigarunt quorum exemplar nos librariis nostris, proponentes has XX deseribendas curavimus"). Le Bacchides non sono comprese tra le commedie plautine perché ritenute spurie. Nelle carte preliminari: Index verborum, Argumenta singularum Comoediarum e Plauti vita ex Petro Crinito de poetis latinis. In ottavo

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        Durch betrachtung un(d) Bekärung Der bößen gebreych in schweren sünden, Ist Gemacht Dyser Spyegel Der Blinden. V(on) H(aug) Z(oller).

      - O.O. u. Dr. (Augsburg, M. Ramminger, 1522. 4to. 16 Bl. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt von Hans Burgkmair d.Ä. Rückenfalz. Erste Ausgabe. - Interessante laienchristliche Schrift aus der Frühzeit der Reformation. In der Kritik an der alten Kirche kommt auch etwas von dem sozialen Hintergrund der Reformation zum Vorschein: der "gemayn unnd arm arbaitsam man (habe) auß seinem grossen blutigen schweiß" den Klerus gemästet, der nichts anderes kann "denn fressen und füllen" (S. 11). Das Hauptanliegen der Schrift ist jedoch, dass die Reformation zwar das helle Licht des Evangeliums wieder angesteckt habe. Viele Menschen laufen den Predigern des Evangeliums zu - allein es ändert sich nichts: "es gat ain yeder von solcher predig und dysputatz wider haym zu hauß" und fährt in seinem gewohnten Geschäft fort als ob nichts gewesen sei. Hier wird der Blindenspiegel zur Ständekritik. Der bemerkenswerte Titelholzschnitt zeigt den Blindenspiegel: eine runde Scheibe, in der Mitte das von Sonnenstrahlen umkränzte Christusmonogramm. Ein einfacher Mann trägt ihn auf Schultern, ihm zur Seite zwei andere, deren Blicke sich begierig auf den Strahlenglanz des Spiegels richten. Oben dagegen zwei hohe Standespersonen mit verbundenen Augen, die offenbar das Licht scheuen und sich in diesem Spiegel nicht wiedererkennen wollen. - Panzer, Annalen II, 107, 1519; Nagler, Monogr. III, 708; VD 16 M 1099; BM STC German 932. - Ränder etwas gebräunt u. fingerfleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Historiarum libri quinque in latinam conversi linguam, Nicolao Perotto interprete

      Firenze, Filippo Giunta, 1522. In 8°, c. 225, c.nn. 1. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta. Alcune annotazioni di mano antica. Bell'esemplare marginoso. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena. Titoli calligrafici al dorso. (Camerini, 164; Bandini, Flor. Iuntarum Typ., II, 175).

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        Tabula undecima Asiae continet Indiam extra Gangem & Synarum regionem

      1522 - 1541. Silografia, mm 285x415. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini geographicae enarrationis libri octo" edizione della "Geographia" di Tolomeo curata da Michael Servetus detto Villanovanus, basata su quella del 1522 di Laurent Fries che a sua volta replica la celebre edizione di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Le carte geografiche del 1522 di Fries, furono ristampate identiche in tutte le edizioni, con però notevoli variazioni al titolo, al testo laterale ad al verso. Originariamente scritta attorno al 150 dopo Cristo, la Geographia di Tolomeo, chiamato "Padre della Geografia", pose i principi fondamentali della geografia scientifica; riscoperta nel periodo rinascimentale ed introdotta in ambito europeo, tradotta in latino dal greco, l'opera rappresentò per secoli la pietra miliare della cartografia. Bell'esemplare, con leggere tracce di sporco superficiale, minimi restauri alla piega centrale.

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        Introductiones apotelesmaticae elegantes, in chyromantiam, physiognomiam, astrologiam naturalem, complexiones hominum, naturas planetarum [.].

      Strasbourg, Johann Schott for the author, 1522. - Small folio (190 x 258 mm). "30" (but: 32), "48" (but: 40), (1) ff., final blank f. With large woodcut portrait of Indagine by Hans Baldung Grien on title page, full-page armorial woodcut on final page, and 111 woodcuts throughout the text. Also, two large woodcut initials: 9-line G and 8-line S, the latter designed by Hans Weiditz (cf. A. F. Johnson, Decorative initial letters, XLI). Early 20th century quarter leather over grey boards, spine titled in gilt. Extremely rare first edition of this important, profusely illustrated Renaissance work on the three occult sciences: astrology, physiognomy and chiromancy. Also called palmistry, chiromancy is the art of reading character and divination of the future by interpretation of the lines and undulations on the palm of the hand. Mediaeval palmistry was pressed into service by the witch-hunters; after a period of disrepute, it flourished again in the Renaissance, and a block-book on the subject was published as early as ca. 1480. Johannes Indagine (ca. 1467-1537, also known as Johannes Rosenbach, or von Hagen), a Carthusian Prior, was perhaps the most highly regarded German chiromancer of the sixteenth century and "an extremely learned man in many fields" (Gettings, An Illustrated History of Palmistry, p. 177). It is unknown where he gained his considerable knowledge of the natural sciences, namely of astronomy (to which he contributed the invention of two instruments) and chiromancy. He advised the Elector Albrecht von Brandenburg, Archbishop of Mainz, and it might have been Indagine's horoscopes which in 1519 caused the adjournment of the election of Charles V. - The present work was banned by the Inquisition, having been placed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum under the decree of Pope Paul IV in 1559 (cf. Thorndike). "Possevin holds that this was on account of the author's astrology, but the other astrologers are all in Class 2. Indagine was placed in Class 1 for his letter to O. Brunfels, published at the end of the volume (which had undoubtedly come to attention in Rome): for this, the author was considered a Lutheran" (Reusch). Illustrated throughout with woodcuts by several artists, including the splendid portrait of the author and his coat of arms, both by Hans Baldung Grien, 11 pairs of physiognomic heads (the pair on fol. 5r also by Grien) and 26 (some repeated) mythological designs representing the signs of the Zodiac attributed to Hans Wechtlin, as well as 37 chiromantic hands (one of fingers only) and 27 numerous astrological diagrams. The work had a great effect on the study of chiromancy and is quoted down to our own day, marking the first beginnings of the fully-fledged astrological chiromancy which was to develop steadily over the next century and a half. - A good, clean copy with remains of six thumb indexes which mark the various parts. Includes the frequently missing two-leaf dedication to Archbishop Albrecht after the title, as well as the final blank; leaf 6 of the first part misbound before the text as usual. Rebound around 1900, trimmed rather closely, with an old catalogue description of this copy (erroneously describing it as incomplete) mounted on the front pastedown: in fact, no index or "blank 4th leaf" are missing (cf. the digitized BSB copy). Of great rarity. VD 16, R 3108. Adams I 88. BM-STC German 429. Ritter 1264. Schmidt 68. Muller II, p. 82, no. 103. Chrisman, Strasbourg Imprints, S15.2.3. Sabattini 282. BNHCat I 23. Zinner 1180. Osler 3049. Oldenbourg (Baldung Grien) L 203. Mende (Baldung Grien) 458-460. Reusch I, 280, note 6. Cf. Caillet 5388-9 (only editions of 1556 and later); Thorndike V, 65-66,175-176; Hollstein, Baldun Grien, n. 263; Zinner 157, 414 f., 433. H. Röttinger, Jahrb. der Kunstslgg. des Ah. Kaiserhauses Wien 27, 1907-1909 (attribution of the illustrations to Hans Wechtlin); Durling, 2531ff. (only editions of 1531 and later). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Biblia sacrae scripturae veteris omnia ex antiquiß. authographis absoluta voluminibus sex, in quorum primo continetur. (Vol. I): Pentateuchos. Genesis. Exodus. Leviticus. Numeri. Deuteronomium.

      Argentorate: Knobloch., 1522. [8], 196 Bl. Hardcover Sehr seltenes Exemplar des ersten Bandes der 1522 von Knobloch in Straßburg herausgegebenen Bibelausgabe \"Biblia sacrae scripturae veteris omnia\", beinhaltend die ersten 5 Bücher Mose Originalausgabe, kein Reprint! Altersgemäß SEHR GUTER Zustand! Buch stammt aus teilaufgelöster Klosterbibliothek, entsprechende Kennzeichnungen außen und innen (Stempel, Signaturrest am Buchrücken). Pappeinband des 19. Jahrhunderts, berieben und leicht bestoßen, Bindung fest. Erhaltungszustand von Papier und Text sehr gut: Seiten alters- und druckbedingt nachgedunkelt, stellenweise leicht braunfleckig. Text ansonsten sehr sauber, innen insgesamt sehr gepflegt. // Rare original edition of the first volume of \"Biblia sacrae scripturae veteris omnia\", published by Knobloch in Straßburg in 1522. Original edition, no reprint! Former library book with stamps and signature. Book was rebound in the 19th century: Hardcover binding with traces of use and shelf wear. Body of the book very tight. Paper and text very well preserved. Pages slightly browned, text clean. atx Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Ain sermon oder predig von der Cristlichen kirchen, welches doch sey die hailig Christlich kirch, davon unser glaub sagt, ainem yeden Christenmenschen gut und nutzlich zu wissen.

      - O.O. u. Dr. (Augsburg, S. Otmar), 1522. 4to. 12 Bl. Moderner Umschlag. Erste Ausgabe, erster oder zweiter Druck (Clemen führt ihn an zweiter Stelle auf, ohne daß der Druck eine Entscheidung über die Priorität klar legt). - Inhaltlich und sprachlich klare Flugschrift über das neue Kirchenverständnis der Reformation. Der Fels, auf dem die Kirche gegründet ist, "ist Christus, nicht Petrus und nicht der Papst. Des letzteren Kirche ist vielmehr die Synagoge Satans, der Betrug des Abendlandes, wie Muhammeds Kirche der des Morgenlandes ist. Der Prophet der Gegenwart ist Luther, der im Geist des Elias und in der Weisheit Daniels aufgetreten ist" (G. Kawerau in RE X, 266). - Clemen, Flugschriften II, 79.2; Hohenemser 2920; Knaake III, 579; Kuczynski 1172; Slg Stickelberger 320; VD 16 K 820. - Etwas gebräunt u. fleckig, seitlich teils knapp beschnitten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Vol.I] Deca Prima (segue)Ex XIIII T. Livii Decadibus Prima Tertia Quarta. Historia omnium XIIII Decadum compendium redacta à L. Floro. Polybii libri V de rebus Romanis latinitate donati à Nicolao Perotto. Index copiosissimus rerum omnium notatu dignarum. [Vol. II] Decas Tertia (segue) Index Decadis Tertiae. [Vol. III] Decas Quarta (precede) Index Decadis Quartae. [Vol. IV] Historiarum ab urbe condita Decadis Quintae libri quinque nunc primum excusi. (segue) Florus Lucius, Titi Livii Patavini Decadum XIIII epitomae. (segue) Lucii Florii rerum ab urbe condita

      per haeredes Philippi Iuntae agosto 1522 (Prima terza e quarta Decade) e maggio 1532 (Quinta Decade) 8vo (cm. 15), 4 Voll., 8 cc.nn., 338 cc., 2 cc.nn., 66 cc.nn. (Indice); 8cc.nn., 320 cc., 4 cc.nn. (ultima bianca)48 cc.nn. (Indice), 44 cc.nn.(Indice), 8 cc.nn., 272 cc., 4 cc.nn.; 131 cc., 1 c.nn.; 52 cc., 63 cc., 1 c.nn. Solide legature settecentesche in piena pergamena, ds. liscio con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle marrone scuro. Tagli gialli. Ottimo esemplare con freschissimi interni nonostante qualche alone, un piccolo segno di tarlo sul frontis. di tre volumi che penetra nelle prime due o tre carte iniziali, qualche altro piccolo segno di tarlo alle pagine finali di due volumi e alcune modeste mancanze di pergamena in due volumi. Ex libris al frontis. del secondo vol. Rara edizione giuntina della famosa opera sulla storia di Roma scritta da Tito Livio. Il volume primo inizia con una epistola di Niccolò Angeli, curatore dellâ??opera al Cardinale Giulio deâ?? Medici.Le prime parti ad essere state impresse sono il Polibio e il Floro che in quasi tutti gli esemplari si trovano alla fine. Eâ?? raro trovare la Quinta Decade uscita dieci anni più tardi. Camerini, n, 166 e 223. Graesse, IV, 227 â?? très rareâ??. Non in Adams, in Br. Libr. solo la Quinta decade.

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        De rerum usu et abusu.Antwerp, Christoffel Plantin, 1575. 4to. With Latin motto in engraved border on title-page and 25 numbered engraved emblems by Wiericx, one signed I.H.W, after Gerard Groening. Contemporary vellum.

      Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 241; Mauquoy-Hendrickx, Wierix 2289-2314; Praz, p. 344; Voet 1228. First edition of an emblem book on the use and abuse of riches, with text by the famous Dutch humanist Dirck Volckertsz. Coornhert (1522-1590), who was banished from the Netherlands due to his controversial religious beliefs. Probably to avoid potential conflicts with the authorities on account of publishing a work of an author in exile, Galle and Plantin issued the book under the name of the Frisian humanist Bernard Furmer(ius) (1542-1616). The emblems all centre on humans engaged in rich and sumptuous scenes of dinner and drinking parties, money transactions, scenes of elegant and luxurious life, etc. They all have a caption and quotation from the bible above and a four-line Latin verse underneath. The explanatory Latin text is printed on the opposing pages. The fine artistic engravings were produced in the atelier of the talented Wierix brothers, among the most prolific printmakers in the Low Countries of that time, after the designs by Gerard Groenning. In their long association with Plantin they contributed engravings to many of his important publications.With bookplate. Title-page restored and mounted on stub, with a small tear in lower margin of title-page, some small marginal tears in the fourth leaf, slightly browned and some marginal thumbing. Binding in good condition: overall a good copy.

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        Trogi Pompei externae historiae in compendium ab Iustino redactae...

      in aedibus Aldi et Andreae Asulani soceri mens Ian. 1522 (al colophon) 8vo (cm. 15), 204 cc. Ancora aldina al frontis. e sul verso dellâ??ultima carta. Legatura settecentesca in piena pelle maculata con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro al ds. Tagli rossi. Timbretto ex libris al frontis. e alcune annotazioni ai margini in minuscola grafia antica. Esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. Renouard, 96.9 â??"Fort rareâ??. Trogus Pompeius was a freed slave of the triumvir Pompey, who wrote his historical work at the end of the first century B.C. In the third century Justinus collected, as he writes in his preface, the most important and interesting passages from the Historiae Philippicae by Pompeius Trogus, a voluminous work of 44 books. He picked out the memorable sayings and anecdotes, which were more in tune with contemporary taste, and the original work by Trogus vanished. Trogusâ??s work originally concentrated on the rise and history of the Macedonian monarchy, but Justinus digressed and elaborated to the history of the Roman Empire.

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        EXPOSITIO IN IIII. ORATIONES M. TVLLI CIC[ERONIS] CONTRA C. VERREM [and other orations]

      Venetiis: In Aedibvs Aldi, et Andreae Asvlani Soceri, 1522. First Aldine Edition n. This collection of commentaries on various Ciceronian orations is the best-known work of the first century writer Asconius, the most important ancient commentator on Cicero. These commentaries were discovered by Poggio Bracciolini, a Florentine delegate to the council of Constance, in the monastery of St. Gall in 1416. The manuscript had numerous gaps and illegible portions, apparently the result of the wretched conditions under which it was stored. Smith says, "Indeed the account given of the place where the monks had deposited their literary treasures is sufficient to account fully for such imperfections, for it is represented to have been 'a most foul and dark dungeon at the bottom of a tower, into which not even criminals convicted of capital offences would have been thrust down.'" The work was first printed in 1477 in Venice and was issued twice more (in Florence in 1519 and Paris in 1520) before this Aldine imprint. In the words of Harry George Fletcher III in his "New Aldine Studies," our editor Franciscus Asulanus (Italian name: Gian Francesco Torresani, of Asola) "was largely responsible for the regular operation of the Press after Aldus' death" in 1515 until at least mid century; "he sought, as part of this, to do much of the editing himself, with predictable results for one without Aldus' skills in scholarship and in choosing editors." Franciscus found himself in his position because he was the brother-in-law of Aldus, who in 1505 had married Franciscus' sister Maria. This union not only brought together the Aldus and Torresano families, but also united two great printing firms, since Franciscus' father, Andrea, had purchased the press of Nicholas Jenson, surely the greatest name in 15th century Italian printing. After 1505, the names of Aldus and Torresano appeared, as here, on Aldine title pages, and after 1515, Andrea, Franciscus, and another brother, Federico, conducted the firm's business while Aldus' offspring were still young. The three earlier editions of Asconius are all quite rare. The present copy is unusually fresh and bright, with no signs of actual use.. 171 x 102 mm. (6 3/4 x 4"). 12 p.l., 282, [1] leaves.Edited by Franciscus Asulanus. First Aldine Edition. Contemporary brown calf, covers with double gilt rule border, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with central fleuron, gilt titling. Aldine anchor device on title and final leaf. Renouard 1522, #8; Schweiger II, 17; STC Italian, p. 59; Brunet I, 523. Covers with a dozen small areas of abrasion or lost patina from insect activity, tiny wormhole to rear joint, corners and edges just a bit rubbed, but the binding quite solid and not without appeal. Tiny wormhole to upper outer corner of most leaves (not affecting text), but AN EXTRAORDINARILY FINE COPY INTERNALLY, the text unusually bright as well as entirely smooth, clean, and fresh. This collection of commentaries on various Ciceronian orations is the best-known work of the first century writer Asconius, the most important ancient commentator on Cicero. These commentaries were discovered by Poggio Bracciolini, a Florentine delegate to the council of Constance, in the monastery of St. Gall in 1416. The manuscript had numerous gaps and illegible portions, apparently the result of the wretched conditions under which it was stored. Smith says, "Indeed the account given of the place where the monks had deposited their literary treasures is sufficient to account fully for such imperfections, for it is represented to have been 'a most foul and dark dungeon at the bottom of a tower, into which not even criminals convicted of capital offences would have been thrust down.'" The work was first printed in 1477 in Venice and was issued twice more (in Florence in 1519 and Paris in 1520) before this Aldine imprint. In the words of Harry George Fletcher III in his "New Aldine Studies," our editor Franciscus Asulanus (Italian name: Gian Francesco Torresani, of Asola) "was largely responsible for the regular operation of the Press after Aldus' death" in 1515 until at least mid century; "he sought, as part of this, to do much of the editing himself, with predictable results for one without Aldus' skills in scholarship and in choosing editors." Franciscus found himself in his position because he was the brother-in-law of Aldus, who in 1505 had married Franciscus' sister Maria. This union not only brought together the Aldus and Torresano families, but also united two great printing firms, since Franciscus' father, Andrea, had purchased the press of Nicholas Jenson, surely the greatest name in 15th century Italian printing. After 1505, the names of Aldus and Torresano appeared, as here, on Aldine title pages, and after 1515, Andrea, Franciscus, and another brother, Federico, conducted the firm's business while Aldus' offspring were still young. The three earlier editions of Asconius are all quite rare. The present copy is unusually fresh and bright, with no signs of actual use.

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        De Architectura libri decem.

      Nuper maxima diligentia castigati atque excusi, additis, Iulij Frontini De aqueductibus libris propter materiae affinitatem. (In fine:) Impressum Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Juntae, MDXXII sexto kal. Nouembris. (Firenze, Er. Giunta 1522), - in-8 (mm 167x102), ff. 192, 24, (20, di cui il penultimo bianco e l'ultimo con marca al verso), leg. coeva in p. pelle decorata a secco (dorso restaurato). Con 139 splendide silogr. n.t. e vignetta al tit. L'impostazione dell'edizione riprende la giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo e il testo di Sesto Giulio Fiorentino (fine I sec. d. C.), la composizione della pagina viene però rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Giovanni Giocondo di Verona (1433-1515), frate domenicano, fu uno dei primi sostenitori di un gusto antiquario e venne nominato nel 1513 sostituto del Bramante nei lavori di S. Pietro a Roma. Esemplare assai grande di margini in preziosa leg. coeva (nota di possesso sulla sguardia ant.). Adams V 904. Berlin Kat. 1800. Cicognara 699. Fowlwe 396. Sander 7697. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera.quorum catalogus sequitur.

      His interpretibus Christ. Porsena, Ambrosio Monacho, Angelo Politiano, Ioanne Capnione. Accessit praeterea operi ERASMI Roterodami Paraclesis, ipsiusque Athanasii vita. (In fine:) Argentinae apud Ioannem Knoblouchum, MDXXII (Strassbourg 1522), - in-folio, ff. (6), CCCXIV, (10). Leg. 700esca mezza pergamena, tass. in pelle con tit. oro al dorso. Titolo racchiuso in magnifica bordura silogr. nello stile di Holbein raffig. vari episodi della vita di S. Atanasio; numerose iniz. silogr. su fondo nero, testo in car. tondo con note marginali in corsivo. Nei ff. preliminari leggesi la lunga "esortazione al pio lettore" di Erasmo da Rotterdam, il quale è autore anche dell'ampia Vita di S. Atanasio che abbraccia gli ultimi 20 ff. Edizione importantissima, una tra le prime, delle opere di Sant'Atanasio, vescovo di Alessandria, Padre e Dottore della Chiesa, vissuto tra il 295 ed il 373 d.C. Tra le principali opere, apologetiche e dogmatiche, citiamo il Trattato contro i Greci, il Trattato sulla Incarnazione del Verbo, l'Apologia contro gli Ariani. Da segnalare l'importanza dei due scritti di Erasmo già citati e la presenza di Angelo Poliziano tra traduttori. Bell'esempl., puro e genuino, con note di mano coeva nel margine dei primi ff., ex-libris manoscritto della "Fundationis Baldauficae" sulla sguardia e suo antico timbro sul titolo (fori di tarlo all'inizio e più sensibili in fine). STC, German Books, 49. Bibliotheca Erasmiana, II série, p. 11. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Parabolae sive similiae [...] postremum ab autore recognita, cum acceßione nonnulla, adiectis aliquot vocularum obscurarum interpretationibus [von Jodocus Badius Ascensius].

      Straßburg, Johann Knobloch d. Ä., 1522. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelbordüre, einer Holzschn.-Anfangsinitiale u. einer großen Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Ende. 95 num., 1 nn. Bll., Mod. Ppbd. Seltene Straßburger Ausgabe dieser berühmten, erstmals 1514 erschienenen Sammlung von Vergleichen, Allegorien etc. Auf dem letzten Blatt verso die große Druckermarke von Knobloch. - Tlw. leicht gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Ganz vereinzelte zeitgen. Anstreichungen bzw. Marginalien. Kl. Wurmspur. Farbschnitt vereinzelt min. in den Rand verlaufen. - Insgesamt schönes Exemplar. - VD16, E 3252 (nur zwei Nachweise); Bezzel 1377; Benzing I, 529; IA 161.978; nicht bei Adams. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Erasmus von Rotterdam, Parabolae sive similiae, Straßburg, Knobloch

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        Tractatus de Termis Caroli quarti Imperatoris, sitis, p(ro)pe Elbogen & valle(m) S. Ioachimi. Consilium de peste. Nutzlicher un(d )kurtzer Begriff zw deutschen, in waßerley kranckheytte(n) das Warmpadt zw Elbogen not un(d) nutzlich sey.

      (Am Ende:) Leipzig, Schumann, 1522 - 28 (statt 30) nn. Bll. mit altkoloriertem Titelholzschnitt. Erste Ausgabe des ersten Buchs über die Heilquellen von Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary). - VD16 B 952 (auch VD16 B 942). - Wenzel Bayer (1488 - 1526) wird auch oft auch Wenzel Payer genannt. Er studierte Medizin in Leipzig und wurde Leibarzt des Grafen Stephan von Schlick. Dieser ermöglichte ihm eine Studienreise nach Italien. Hier sah er die Überreste der alten Thermalbäder und lernte von den italienischen Ärzten die Verwendung der Heilwässer. Zurück in Böhmen war er der erste der neben den üblichen Badekuren seinen Patienten auch Trinkkuren mit dem Karlsabder Wasser verschrieb. - Die zwei fehlenden Blätter (G III und G IV) auf altem Papier faksimiliert und eingebunden. - Titel mit altem hs. Besitzvermerk. Etw. gebräunt und kaum fleckig. Durchgehendes kl. Loch (ca. 1 mm) im weißen Rand. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 8°. HPgmt unter Verwendung vonMaterial des 18. Jahrhunderts. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Biblia, das ist: die gantze heilige Schrift alten und neuen Testaments, nach der ubersetzung und mit den Vorreden und Randglossen D. Martin Luthers.

      In 1522 the first German New Testament by Luther was published, followed two years later by the Old Testament. This is the => first edition of the Tübingen Bible, a Pietist version of the complete Luther Bible => extensively annotated by theology professor Christoph Matthaeus Pfaff (1686-1760) complete with the New Testament edited by his colleague Johann Christian Klemm (1688-1754). "Pietism is a movement within the ranks of Protestantism, originating in the reaction against the fruitless Protestant orthodoxy of the seventeenth century, and aiming at the revival of devotion and practical Christianity." (NCE online)The first volume begins with an introduction to the Pietist reading of Scripture, followed by an explanation of the biblical calendar, weights and measures, offices and traditions of Judaism, a detailed chronological register, Martin Luther's own introduction to the Old Testament, and => five large fold-out engraved plates: maps of Jerusalem; Palestine and the Holy Land; the Adriatic and Asia; the Temple of Ezechiel and Israel; and an illustration of the Jewish Sanhedrin (supreme court), priests, and materials used in worship. The second volume includes an extensive (60-page!) concordance of the Four Evangelists (Harmonia der vier Evangelisten) and => nearly 100 pages of indices. The German text of these two massive tomes clearly designed as a pulpit Bible is printed double-column using gothic type of various sizes and occasional roman, with elegant woodcut initials, ornaments, and one engraved vignette headpiece in each volume -- the first signed Johann Georg Eckstein [Nuremberg]. The title-page of the first volume is printed in red and black. Provenance: Pencil presentation inscription on front pastedown in both volumes from Mrs. Rev. T.T. Jaeger, Reading, PA, June 21, [18]89.

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        Ex Plauti comoediism, XX, quarum carmina magne ex parte in mensum suum restituta sunt.

      Venetiis, &c. mense, Iulio M.D.XXII (1522). 8vo. (18th cent.) Red morooco, covers framed with single gilt rule, deeply impressed coat of arms at center, flat spine ruled and titled in gilt (and with gilt ownership crest on top panel), gilt metope and pentaglyph border on turn-ins, marbled end papers, all edges gilt and very attractively gauffered in a floral and foliate pattern. 298 leaves; first 14 leaves unnumbered, 284 numbered. Italic letter. Aldine anchor device on title and final page; initial spaces, with guide letters. Ruled in red throughout.*First and only Aldine edition, which includes a summary of each play and the author's life. In the prefatory letter, dedicatewd to Nicolaus Sconbergus, archbishop of Campania, Franciscus Asulanus says this edition was published from a copy annotated by Erasmus and Aldus Manutius already in 1508. - Title a bit solied, occ. light foxing or stains, primarily in margins, but generally quite clean and fresh internally. - A very attractive copy from ther library of Lord Harris of Malmesbury with his coat of arms on covers. - R. 94.2; Dibdin II: 308; Schweiger 761; Brunet IV: 708.

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        Von erkiesen und (vnd) freyhait der speisen. Von ergernuß und (vnd) Verbößerung. Ob man gewalt hab die speyß zu erllichen zeyten verbieten / meynung Huldrichen Zwingliß / zu Zürich geprediget Abbni M.D.XXij.

      1522 - 14 x 20 cm. 21 nicht numerierte Blätter. Auf den Seiten rechts oben mit alter Schrift kleine Zahlen. 1., 2. und 4 Blatt oben restauriert (Papier hinterlegt). Leichter Feuchtigkeitsfleck oben trichterförmig verjüngend auf Mitte zu 8 cm hinunter. Schlichter Pappeinband, später gebunden. Bilder anfordern 22 S. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vnderricht wie sich ain Christen mensch halten sol das er frucht der Meß erlang und Christlich zu gotz tisch ganng.

      [Augsburg Sigmund Grimm ] 1522 - 6 Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre des Petrarcameisters. 4° (18,6 x 14,5 cm). Broschur um 1900. Einzige Ausgabe der Schrift zur Abendmahlslehre. - Rhegius (1489-1541) aus Langenargen am Bodensee war Schüler von Johannes Eck und kam 1520 als Domprediger nach Augsburg, wo er sich allerdings bald der lutherischen Lehre zuwandte und seine Prädikatur bereits im Herbst 1521 wieder aufgab, um eine Predigerstelle in Hall/Tirol zu übernehmen. "Nach seinem Weggang aus Augsburg verschwindet Urbanus Rhegius für einige Zeit aus dem Blickfeld der Reformationsgeschichte. Er kehrte über Ulm in seine Heimat nach Langenargen am Bodensee zurück und wird erst wieder durch seine Kontaktaufnahemn mit Zwingli und Vadian im Juli 1522 historisch faßbar. In diesem Zeitraum befaßte er sich nochmals intensiv mit den Schriften Luthers und reifte innerlich zum Reformator. Ein Ertrag seines erneuten Lutherstudiums dürfte sein 'Vnderricht wie sich ain Christen mensch halten sol.' sein" (Thomas Hohenberger, Lutherische Rechtfertigungslehre, 305 f.). 1524 bis 1530 war Rhegius erneut in Augsburg, diesmal als Prediger bei St. Anna. "Unter den evangelischen Predigern Augsburgs war Rhegius der publizistisch aktivste und theologisch bedeutendste" (Katalog ". wider Laster und Sünde", S. 101). - Die dem Petrarcameister zugeschriebene Titeleinfassung ist abgebildet bei Pflugk-Harttung, Tafel 27. - Mäßig gebräunt, vor allem in den Rändern etwas fleckig. *VD 16 R 1994. Liebmann 369, 33. 110 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Aulularia

      Plautus, Titus Maccius. Antonio Urceo. Aulularia Plautina, Comoediarum lepidissima, quć, etsi alias incompleta, a Codro Vrceo tamen est perfecta. Moguntiae [Mainz]: Joannes Schoeffer (?), 1522. Reprint of the 1521 Schoeffer edition?

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        Tabula undecima Asiae continet Indiam extra Gangem & Synarum regionem

      Vienne 1522 - Silografia, mm 285x415. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini geographicae enarrationis libri octo" edizione della "Geographia" di Tolomeo curata da Michael Servetus detto Villanovanus, basata su quella del 1522 di Laurent Fries che a sua volta replica la celebre edizione di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Le carte geografiche del 1522 di Fries, furono ristampate identiche in tutte le edizioni, con però notevoli variazioni al titolo, al testo laterale ad al verso. Originariamente scritta attorno al 150 dopo Cristo, la Geographia di Tolomeo, chiamato "Padre della Geografia", pose i principi fondamentali della geografia scientifica; riscoperta nel periodo rinascimentale ed introdotta in ambito europeo, tradotta in latino dal greco, l'opera rappresentò per secoli la pietra miliare della cartografia. Bell'esemplare, con leggere tracce di sporco superficiale, minimi restauri alla piega centrale.

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        TABULA SUPERIORIS INDIAE ET TARTARIAE MAJOIS: MAP OF CHINA, TARTARY, TIBET, MONG

      [Strassburg 1522], Johann Koberger. Single sheet woodcut map. sheet size: 55.2 x 40 cm., map size: 16 x 45.5 cm., hand. colored, minor dusty surface edges, minor old worm holes. restored, now solid and stable copy. * RARE FIRST EDITION *. A STUNNING "FIRST" EUROPEAN MAP OF CHINA, JAPAN & S.E ASIA * * A FABULOUS FIRST MAP OF EASTERN ASIA * * . . THE FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST EUROPEAN PRINTED MAP SHOWING CHINA, MONGOLIA, MANCHURIA, TIBET, JAPAN, CAMBODIA, TONKING, ANNAM, LAOS AND THAT PART OF SOUTHEAST ASIA & THE FAR EAST. * . ** AN ITEM OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE IN THE WORLD OF CARTOGRAPHY** * . THE FIRST EUROPEAN MAP OF EAST ASIA & JAPAN . A map inspired by Marco Polo, first recorded by Cladius Ptolemy in his stunning and celebrated first GEOGRAPHIA in ca. 150 A.D. The next issue of a similar map was by Fries, FIRST issued his atlas: "GEOGRAPHIA OF PTOLEMY" in 1522, this being map number 45 of that great and major work. **** KEY POINTS OF THE FIRST EDITION 1522: This is the FIRST recorded map to show China, Tibet, Japan, as well as Tonking, Annam, Laos and Cambodia. * The First Edition contains the text & illustrations on its four sheets: [NOTE:the text is lacking on all later editions & only found on the FIRST EDITION]. This is the "point." . Page 1. The front cover has the title: "TA SVPERIORIS INDIAE ET TARTARIAE MAIORIS" with the clover leaf, and with a pair of very elaborate columns at the left, and a border at the right with wording: "IHS MA IHS MA." The title page text continues: "Marcvs Polo venetus asserit, q inter onmnes imperatores et re/ges ta [m] sarracenoru[m]..." Clearly acknowledging Marco Polo's great contribution to this map and knowledge of the region. [See Map Forum below]. . Pages 2 & 3. The center two pages show the map. Above the map is the elaborate title banner with wording: " S TABVLA I." . Page 4. This has text with two chapter titles: Large printers device ahead of text a. DEPROVIDENTIA REGIS MAGNICHAN b. DEVIRGINIBVS NON VALENTIBVSNVBERE Followed by another printers device. . Later editions of this map may lack the title page text, banner above the map, and the last page of text and printers devices. The later editions were 1525, 1535 and 1541. Only the true FIRST EDITION has the complete text and printers devices. **** THE TITLE: The title refers to this being a map of "Upper India [Superioris Indiae] & Tartary [Tartariae Majoris is Greater Mongolia, which includes Inner & Outer Mongolia of today]. * This is also an important "FIRST" map of Asia and Southeast Asia printed by a European. This work shows China, "Zipangri" [Japan], Tibet and Southeast Asia. It also shows "Tebet" Tartary, China, Prov. Bocat [Cambodia]. The map was drawn from primary information from Marco Polo and includes Tibet, Cianba, Bangal [Bengal], Mangi [Manchu], Tangut and Cathai [Cathay] shown in the present-day Manchuria location. * CHINA: Is the shown in the central and upper part of the map. Mongolia, Gobi Desert, the Pamirs mountains, and central China, Tibet and other provinces shown. * JAPAN: An oval-shaped Japan taken from the earlier outlines of the Contarini and Waldseemüller map is located due East of China and Southeast Asia, with Latin text stating that the Japanese are idol worshipers, independent minded and do not pay tribute to the Chinese Emperor. Japan is a large island called Zipangri, a name derived from the Chinese 'Land of the Rising Sun,' which Polo learned about from the Chinese. * A MOST FASCINATING VIGNETTE OF THE GREAT KUBLAI KHAN: An unusual vignette is located just East of "Provicia Cathai" and shows the Great Kublai Khan [1215-1294] seated in his Yurt [others wrongly call it a "tent"] he holds two swords. In his background are a large number of other Yurts presumably containing "Golden Hordes" [Tartar-Mongols]. It was recorded that Marco Polo [1254-1324] met Kublai Khan in 1269. This is a charming feature of this map. * THE TEXT: The texts throughout are in Latin. * PRINTING & HAND-COLOR TECHNIQUE: The map's black outline was finely printed by woodblocks, [also called "key blocks'] then original hand-colored gouache, with great skill. [The color is NOT something recently added to inhance the map !] * HISTORIC DERIVATION AND ORIGIN OF THE MAP: This famous and most historic Fries map was the results of influence by two famous cartographers: Caldius Ptolemy's "GEOGRAPHIA" [ca. 150 A.D.] and Martin Waldseemuller's "WORLD ATLAS" [1513]. . Although this Fries map was based on the these two atlases and maps, its first appearance as a separate work of this region was in the Fries 1522 edition of PTOLEMY'S GEOGRAPHIA. There is no direct similarity to Waldseemuller's 1513 edition, as Fries issued his map with additional and new information gleaned from the Portuguese on the coasts of China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Together with this new information and some older information from Waldseemüller, Fries could produce the "new" map of Eastern Asia. The Portuguese had been the leading sailing nation in Asia and from 1549 had already established a small foot-hold on Hirado Island, in Southern Japan, therefore the Japan map information was fairly reliable, although the location on the map is far South from the actual and correct location. This is also the first map to even cite Japan and its location. **** WHO WAS THE CARTOGRAPHER/AUTHOR LAURENT FRIES: Laurent Fries [ca.1490-ca.1532], was a French physician, astrologer, geographer and mathematician born around 1485 [?] in Mulhouse. He settled finally in Strassburg where he met Peter Apian [1495-1552] [Tooley p.18] and the publisher Johannes Grüninger [1480-1528] [Tooley p.268] where he became interested in the Ptolemy Atlases of 1513 and 1520. Fries made his own new woodcut maps in smaller format, and his "PTOLEMY ATLAS" was first published in 1522 [the date of our map example], reissued in 1525, 1535 and 1541. He died in 1532. * ALTERNATE SPELLINGS FOR FRIES: Fries has used several different romanizations or Latinizations of his name: Freiss, Frisius, Phrisius, Phryes, Phrijsen; Lorenz: Laurentius, per Tooley, p.227. *** CLAUDIUS PTOLEMY: Was a Greek, a Roman citizen of Alexandria, Egypt who wrote in Greek and who flourished ca. 150 A.D. He was a mathematician, poet, astronomer, geographer, astrologer, and scientist. He compiled a stunning world atlas: "GEOGRAPHIA" of the world, divided Asia into consisting of twelve parts, Sinae [China] was in the 11th part. Although authentic maps of Ptolemy have never been found, the "Geographia" contains thousands of references to various parts of the old world, with coordinates for most, which seem to have influenced early Islamic maps, and allowed European cartographers to reconstruct Ptolemy's world view when an ancient Greek manuscript was translated into Latin around 1300. Extracted from Wikipedia. * MARTIN WALDSEEMULLER: Was a geographer at St. Die in Lorraine, he was influenced by Ptolemy's "GEOGRAPHIA" [ca. 150 A.D.], an ancient world atlas, from which he created his 'WORLD ATLAS." Waldseemüller was the cartographer who created and used the name "America" on the newly discovered continent, which was first published as the "NEW WORLD." He also authored other famous works: "COSMOGRAPHIAE INTRODUCTIO 1507"; "GLOBE" 1507; "EUROPE" 1511; "MAPS TO" 1513 edition of Ptolemy, "CARTA MARINA" 1516. [see Tooley p.649]. ******* . CONDITION: This map is an excellent copy. It was printed on a folio sized single sheet of paper. It has some very minor tiny ancient worm holes the majority of which have been restored on the verso, where the text was not printed. Other small old worm holes were apparently left "as is" to avoid any impacted on the reading of the text characters. The map is very solid and stable, and otherwise in lovely condition. * The margins are original and wide as issued, with a bit of toning on the edges, and some small and very minor tears, all of which have been professionally restored with Japanese Washi [hand-made acid-free paper and rice glue] to reinforce and close the tears thus stabilizing the whole work. There TWO old restorations to the bottom margins using what appears to be two piece of period rag paper, but this is not obvious. There is some stain to the top edges and three other edges but to a much lesser degree. We tend to be over critical when it comes to grading condition. By and large this is a very nice map with bright paper and the usual small imperfections that naturally come with an item 490 years old. * The woodblock impression is strong, clear, solid and vivid, as is the text block on the verso and all black outline. The work was nicely hand-colored in the distant past, and appears to be "original" and is nicely oxidized and in lovely natural vegetal pastel tones of green and brown, as is the outline of the map border in matching brown. **** . COMMON ERRORS BY OTHER BIBLIOGRAHERS AND CATALOGERS: This map has commonly been cataloged without author or wrongly attributed to "C. PTOLEMY," most often without title, or referring to title as: "No title" or "Untitled map of China, Japan..." This lack of bibliographical information is probably due to fact that editions other than the First Edition lack the title text on the recto of the first leaf, thereby giving catalogers too little information to proceed correctly. Those not knowing or havign seen the First Edition would have no way to know this unless they had access to an image showing all sides of the map. *** MARCO POLO: This map was created by referring to the historical remains of Marco Polo's writings. He is acknowledged in the first, [title] page of this map. Also the names Marcoi Polo used for various geographical locations are still utilized in this map. Polo's writings were clearly and believed to be the authentic place names therefore Fries and other continued this usage and recorded them in the creation of this map. Such place names as Zipangri, Cathai, Mangi/Manzi in the Southern area of China were names Polo recorded in his historic writings. * * * * * . BIBLIOGRAPHY: ODA, Takeo. et al. THE WORLD IN JAPANESE MAPS UNTIL THE MID-19TH CENTURY: illustrates the 1541 later version in color on p.255 as map number 122; and also in the yellow wrs. text volume, pl.81,item 122 in Japanese. Oda also names this map properly with "TABULA SUPERIORIS INDIAE ET TARTARIAE MAJORIS", as found in the 1541 "PTOLEMAEI GEORAPHICAE" and states this was a woodblock print 40.5 x 58.8 cm. * PTOLEMY, Claudius. THE GEOGRAPHY. Translated and edited by Edward Luther Stevenson, N.Y. 1932, NYPL, Dover 1991. * TOOLEY, R.V. comp. TOOLEY'S DICTIONARY OF MAPMAKERS: p.227 et al.: Fries, Ptolemy, Waldseemüller. * Karrow, Mapmakers of the Sixteenth Century, 28/46 * SUAREZ, Thomas. EARLY MAPPING OF SOUTHEAST ASIA: pp.118-119, p.118, #63: illustrates the 1522 First Edition. See also many entries, illustrations for Fries, Ptolemy & Waldseemüller. * Waldseemüller: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_world_maps#Waldseem.C 3.BCller_and_Ringmann_map_.281507.29 * Ptolemy:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ptolemy * See MAPFORUM for details of this map, which is example 45, on p.8 of 25. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8fries2.htm Marco Polo is also cited as the source of this map information on the front page. This work outlines the four editions of Fries' "GEOGRAPHIA OF PTOLEMY" * WALTER, Lutz. ed. MAPFORUM ISSUE 8; "Japan, A Cartographic Vision" No.3. This refers to a 1541 similar map, Japan is a large island called Zipangri, a name derived from the Chinese 'Land of the Rising Sun', which Polo learned about from the Chinese. * Baynton-Williams, Ashley: LORENZ FRIES: 3 page essay. Excellent biography of Fries, and outline of his collaboration with Gruninger on the new edition of the "GEOGRAPHIA: which was published by Johann Koberger in 1522, which is the exact now offer. * EXCEPTIONALLY RARE FIRST EDITION *** Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

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        Ambrosii Calepini Bergomatis Ordinis Eremitani Observatium professoris devotissimi vocabularis thesaurus copiosissimus: ex Nicolai Perotti Cornucopie.

      Alessando Paganino, Toscolano 1522 - 4to (220 x 148mm). 381pp., (mispaginated as common, 2C misbound). Title within woodcut interlace border. Two woodcut initials for dedication and letter ‘A’ with scrolling vinework. Double columns of Italic type. Later blue wrappers, ms. title to spine, cancelled period inscription on front wrap; (title browned and brittle at upper hinge and margin, lightly dampstained throughout mostly at front and rear, edges lightly worn.) Early ownership inscription to title. 1522 edition of Calepinus’ Latin dictionary, first appearing in Reggio in 1502, nine years before his death. The first edition was faulty in its deficiency of good words and abundance of unauthorized ones, in its errors of citations and confused meanings. It was reprinted many times during the 16th century; the Aldine press alone produced no fewer than 18 editions from 1542 to 1592. Later editions were considerably enlarged and by the mid 1580s the Latin original had added equivalents in eleven other languages. Calepinus, an Italian monk and philologist, devoted himself to letters and his name became almost synonymous with Latin lexicons during this 16th century. His polyglot dictionary was a helpful source for Latin phrases and figures of speech in philosophy and theology. Calepinus’ dictionary remains one of the most popular humanist dictionaries of the period; tracing words back to their Greek and Latin roots as well as noting the specific passages in the primary source material. This work, as noted in the title, incorporated the contents of the Cornucopia of Nicholas Perotti (1458). Notably, Calepinus includes proper names in his descriptions and details the histories and legends associated with them. Calepinus’ dictionary was also more orthodox than its predecessors in its alphabetical arrangement and additions of more quotations from Christian works. It is noteworthy that the 1752 edition was used in the seminary of Patavia and was intended for theological studies. Well-preserved, important dictionary, chock-full of encyclopedic material for the Renaissance student. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Egidius super priora: Cum tabula.; Fundamentarij doctoris domini Egidij Romani Columne archiepi Bituricensis S. R. E. Car. ordinis Ere. sancti Augustini expositio quam egregia, super libris priorum cum gemino indice nuoissime recognita/per...Augustinum Montifalconium. Item questiones super eisdem libris priorum cum duplici tabula resolutissimi doctoris Marsilij Inguen. Item question magistri Hieronymi de Genezano...Item tractatus de eloctione laurentiani florentini...Huic vero nouissime impressioni addite sunt. Imprimis quaestiones magni Auerrois super eisdem libris priorum. Item quaestio Egidij de medio demonstrationis nusquam hactenus impressa.

      Venetijs. Giunta.1522. 30,5 x 22 cm. 6 Bl., 137 S. Halbledereinband. Fleckig, teils leicht berieb. u. bestoß., Einbanddeckel fast lose u. Rücken teils leicht aufgepl. Aegidius Romanus (Aegidius von Rom, Beiname „doctor fundatissimus“; * um 1243 in Rom; † 22. Dezember 1316 in Avignon )war ein Augustiner-Eremit und ein bedeutender Schüler des Thomas von Aquin. Über seine frühen Jahre ist so gut wie nichts bekannt. Aegidius wurde in Rom geboren und stammte aus bescheidenen Verhältnissen. Er war einige Zeit ein Schüler des Thomas von Aquin und studierte am Konvent des Augustinerordens in Paris. Im Zusammenhang mit den Pariser Verurteilungen verließ Aegidius Paris und stieg bald im Augustinerorden auf. 1285 fungierte er als Vikar seines Ordens, von 1292 bis 1295 sogar als Ordensgeneral. Er lehrte auch wieder von 1285 bis 1291 an der Universität Paris.1295 wurde er zum Erzbischof von Bourges ernannt. In der Folgezeit mischte er sich immer wieder in aktuelle Debatten ein. So unterstützte er den französischen König Philipp den Schönen IV.(Frankreich)> in dessen Konflikt mit dem Templerorden. Aegidius verstarb 1316 an der päpstlichen Kurie in Avignon. Aegidius Schriften umfassen einen großen Themenkreis und reichen von der scholastischen Philosophie bis zur Theologie. Neben mehreren Kommentaren zu Werken des Aristoteles und Abhandlungen zur Bibel schrieb er einen im Mittelalter sehr einflussreichen Fürstenspiegel De regimine principum für Philipp den Schönen. Um 1270 verfasste er eine Abhandlung unter dem Titel Errores philosophorum (\"Die Irrtümer der Philosophen\"), deren 12. Kapitel einer Widerlegung von Maimonides Ansichten im Führer der Unschlüssigen gewidmet ist. In der publizistischen Auseinandersetzung zwischen Papst Bonifaz VIII. und Philipp stand er auf der Seite des Papstes und verfasste 1302 das kirchenpolitische Traktat De ecclesiastica potestate, dessen Inhalte in die Bulle Unam Sanctam einflossen. Einige seiner Schüler, darunter Jakob von Viterbo, schlossen an diese Überlegungen an. (Quelle Wikipedia).; - Hs. Eintrag auf Vorsatz, letztes Blatt mit kl. Löchlein und mit Papierverlust, wenige Seiten leichter Wurmfr., Titelblatt etwas Fingerfleckig, manche Seiten leicht braunfleckig, sonst sauberes lateinisches Exemplar. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Aegidius Romanus; Geisteswissenschaften; Philosophie; Theologie, Lateinische Sprache

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        Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco.

      Strasbourg Grüninger Joann 1522 - Great Britain and Ireland. "Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco.". Orig. woodblock after M. Waldseemüller's map of the region from 1513. From L. Fries' "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini . Geographiae". Published by J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1522. With title in a decorative border above the map. 32:41 cm (12 1/2 x 16 1/4 inch.). Laurent (Lorenz) Fries' (1485-1532) first edition. A map of Great Britain and Ireland. - The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein. - Some wormholes in margins. Fresh, dark impression, nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Comoediae viginti nuper recognitae et acri iudicio Nicolai Angelii diligentissimae excussae

      Firenze, per Heredes Philippi Juntae, 1522- 1522 In 8°, c.nn. 8, c. 388. Bella cornice architettonica al frontespizio, marchio tipografico al verso dell'ultima carta. Capilettera. Questa edizione contiene gli argomenti e le etimologie di Simon Charpentier, stampate a Lione nel 1513 e non inserite nell'edizione dei Giunta del 1514. Ampi margini, minimi restauri al margine del frontespizio. Legatura in mezza pelle del '700. (Renouard, XLVII, 66; Adams, P. 1486).

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        Platonis Opera a Marsilio Ficino traducta: adiectis ad ejus vitæ & operum enarrationem Axiocho ab Rodulpho Agricola: & Alcyone ab Augustino Datho tralatis.

      [Paris]: Jodoco Badio [Josse Bade], 1522 - In folio; titre dans un encadrement gravé sur bois, avec au centre la grande marque d'imprimeur de Joseph Bade représentant un ouvrier à la presse; et 389 ff.; nombreuses et belles lettrines sur fond criblé à motifs d'entrelacs, quelques petites figures sur bois dans le texte. Manquent 7 ff. liminaires normalement situés entre le titre et le texte de Platon - mais celui-ci est bien complet - ainsi que le dernier feuillet blanc. Reliure de la fin du XIXème siècle en demi-chagrin noir, gardes marbrées, tranches mouchetées; Déchirure réparée à la page de titre sans manque avec deux marges écourtées, autrement en bel état intérieur. Certaines pages comportent de belles annotations marginales anciennes à l'encre brune. Seconde édition identique à la première donnée chez le même éditeur en 1518. Elle fut réalisée d'après l'édition vénitienne de 1491. Adams 1444.

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        Biblia sacra utriusque Testamenti. Diligenter recognita et emendata: non paucis locis, que corrupta erant, collatione Hebraicorum voluminum restitutis. Item in calce libri ex Athanasio Alexandrinus Fragmentum de libris utriusque Testamenti / (Erasmo Roterodamo interprete) Andreas Osiander. Hrsg:

      Frederick Peypus;Koberger, Johannis (Drucker)., Nurembergae (Nürnberg). 1522 - Fragment dieser seltenen ersten protestantischen Bibelausgabe noch in lateinischer Sprache. Zweispaltiger Druck in gotischer Type. - Es fehlt das Titelblatt und 3 Seiten des Vorsatzes; stellenweise feuchtrandig, vereinzelt Anstreichungen und durchgängig Randglossen von alter Hand. Bis Blatt 19 Seiten mit Reperaturfolie teilweise hinterlegt, dadurch einige Zusammenklebungen, letzten Seiten mit Braunfleck. Pergamenteinband mit Rückenverstärkung aus neuerer Zeit, Fadenheftung. Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage. Fragment of this rare first edition nor Protestant Bible in Latin. Two-column pressure in Gothic type. - It lacks the title page and 3 pages of intent; places feuchtrandig, isolated underlinings and marginal notes throughout by an old hand. Up to 19 pages with repair sheet film deposited partially characterized some Zusammenklebungen, last pages with brown spot. Vellum binding with back support from more recent times, thread stitching. More photos on request. 1800 gr. [4], CCCCXCII Bl. ; 4°, klein. Ein Textholzschnitt (kleine Fehlstelle in Bildmitte), zahlreiche Textvignetten. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Fasciculus medici[n]e

      Cesare Arrivabene, Venice 1522 - FIRST MEDICAL BOOK ILLUSTRATED WITH REALISTIC FIGURES Folio, ff. (4), 58 (i.e. 59), (1). Roman letter; title within decorative border, printer’s device on penultimate verso, historiated and black-on-white decorated initials, ten detailed and neat full-page illustrations; a few dust-soiled leaves, minor oil splash on 23r-26v, just affecting one woodcut. A fine copy in crushed dark morocco gilt by Gruel, a. e. g.; several contemporary and late sixteenth-century Italian marginalia, manicula and emendations by different hands; small blue stamp of the Selbourne Library on title verso and foot of 51r. Preserved in slipcase. Early edition of a masterpiece of the Renaissance art of the book, revised and expanded after the princeps of 1491. Little, if anything, is known about Kentham, who has been identified as Johannes von Kirchheim, a professor from Swabia teaching medicine in Vienna around 1460. Rather than the author of this influential collection of medical essays, he appears to be the owner of the manuscript used by the printer of the first edition who mistakenly took him for the compiler. The work enjoyed great success and was soon translated into Italian, German and Spanish. This imprint includes Mondino de Luzzi’s Anatomia and the treatise on venoms of his pupil and commentator, Alessandro Achillini; most importantly, it retains all the superb apparatus of illustrations designed for the Italian translation of the Fasciculus published in Venice in 1493 by the de Gregorii brothers, incorporating also the minor changes introduced in the later reprints of 1500 and 1513. "The typography and artistic qualities of this edition [Venice, 1493] of the Fasciculus make it of interest far beyond the world of medicine. It was the first printed medical book to be illustrated with a series of realistic figures: these include a Zodiac man, bloodletting man, planet man, an urinoscopic consultation, a pregnant woman and notably a dissection scene which is one of the first and finest representation of this operation to appear in any book (.) Most of these figures have medieval prototypes, but they are here designed by an artist of the first rank. His identity has never been discovered; it has been suggested – wrongly – that he was the Polifilo master; but he was certainly an artist close to the Bellini school." PMM, p. 20. Uncommon. Not in BM STC It. or Adams. Durling, 2660; Heirs of Hippocrates, 72; Essling, 592; Sandler 3753; PMM, 36 (1493/94). Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tabvla III. Evro.

      Strasbourg Grüninger Joann 1522 - Frankreich. "Tabvla III. Evro.". Orig. Holzschnittkarte nach C. Ptolemaeus aus L. Fries "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini . Geographiae". Bei J. Grüninger, Strassburg, 1522. Mit Kopftitel im Schriftband. 35:46 cm.

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        Opus tragoediarum aptissimisque figuris excultum In quo tria millia errata

      Impressum Venetiis (Venise): Per Bernardinum de Vianis, 1522. Fine. Per Bernardinum de Vianis, Impressum Venetiis (Venise) 1522, In-folio (21 x31cm), 140ff. Sig.: A-P8, Q-R10, relié. - Very rare edition of the tragedies of Seneca, illustrated with 10 woodcuts in-text (6,5x8cm), the head of each of the ten tragedies. Many initials in black or screened. Text of the tragedy in the center with the comments being distributed around in Roman characters. Binding open vintage parchment with a back with nerves redone in vellum formerly (eighteenth and early nineteenth?). Handwritten title in black pen. Absence of the cover page before the first title sheet. First dish detached exposed seams. Last layers frayed in right margin. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Très rare édition post-incunable des tragédies de Sénèque, illustrée de 10 figures sur bois in-texte (6,5x8cm), en tête de chacune des dix tragédies. Nombreuses lettrines en noires ou criblées. Texte de la tragédie dans une colonne centrale avec les commentaires se distribuant autour, en caractères ronds. Titre dans un large encadrement floral gravé. On considère que l'édition princeps des tragédies de Sénèque est celle de 1484 à Ferrare (Andreas Gallicum). Colophon: Impressum Venetiis per Bernardinum de Vianis de Lexona Vercellensem. Anno Domini M.D. XXII, die VI Novembris. Reliure en plein parchemin d'époque, avec un dos à nerfs refait en vélin anciennement (XVIIIe, début XIXe ?). Titre manuscrit à la plume noire. Absence de la page de garde avant le premier feuillet de titre. Premier plat détaché des coutures apparentes. Derniers feuillets effrangés en marge droite. Manque en bordure sur le plat inférieur. Exemplaire d'une belle fraîcheur, hormis le feuillet de titre, légèrement passé. Edition réalisée par Girolamo Avanzi qui réunit ses propres commentaires sur les Tragédies de Sénèque, lesquels ont parus initialement en 1507 à Venise, et les commentaires de Daniel Galetanus et Bernardino Marmitae de l'édition de 1498 des Tragédies de Sénèque. Ce professeur de philosophie et de philologie exerçait à Padoue, il a réalisé plusieurs éditions de textes antiques, notamment Catulle, Ausonne... Il fut l'assistant d'Aldo Manuce dans la préparation des éditions de plusieurs textes antiques.   Dix tragédies de l'auteur nous sont parvenues, dont deux posent problème quant à leur attribution, Octavie et Hercule sur l'Oeta. Les Troades sont quant à elles une adaptation des Troyennes d'Euripide. Le théâtre de Sénèque ne contient pas de dramaturgie scénique ou d'intrigues, c'est un théâtre où comme chez Euripide dont l'auteur est très proche, le verbe est souverain et commande le dénouement tragique. Les pièces paraissent ainsi comme une succession de déclamations où l'action est absente, Sénèque concentrant son écriture sur la tragédie interne de ses personnages après l'acte irrémédiable qui les a précipités dans la folie, ainsi Médée après ses crimes, ou Hercule après son infanticide. L'influence de cette écriture sera grande à la fin du XVIe et au début du XVIIe, notamment chez Garnier. 

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        Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco.

      Strasbourg Grüninger Joann 1522 - Großbritannien und Irland. "Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco.". Orig. Holzschnitt nach M. Waldseemüllers Karte von 1513 aus L. Fries "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini . Geographiae". Bei J. Grüninger, Strassburg, 1522. Mit Kopftitel im Schriftband. 32:41 cm.

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        Opus tragoediarum aptissimisque figuris excultum. In quo tria millia errata atque inversa loca exemplorum depravatione & librariorum incuria diligentissime ad veterem lectionem nunc primum reformata. Cum expositoribus luculentissimis Bernardino Marmita & Daniele Gaietano

      Very rare edition of the tragedies of Seneca, illustrated with 10 woodcuts in-text (6,5x8cm), the head of each of the ten tragedies. Many initials in black or screened. Text of the tragedy in the center with the comments being distributed around in Roman characters.Binding open vintage parchment with a back with nerves redone in vellum formerly (eighteenth and early nineteenth?). Handwritten title in black pen. Absence of the cover page before the first title sheet. First dish detached exposed seams. Last layers frayed in right margin. Per Bernardinum de Vianis Impressum Venetiis (Venise) 1522 In-folio (21 x31cm) 140ff. Sig.: A-P8, Q-R10 relié

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        Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco.

      Strasbourg, Grüninger, Joann, 1522. Großbritannien und Irland. "Tabv. Hiberniae. Sco.". Orig. Holzschnitt nach M. Waldseemüllers Karte von 1513 aus L. Fries "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini ... Geographiae". Bei J. Grüninger, Strassburg, 1522. Mit Kopftitel im Schriftband. 32:41 cm.. Laurent (Lorenz) Fries (1485-1532) erste Ausgabe. Karte von Großbritannien und Irland. - The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein. - Some wormholes in margins. Fresh, dark impression, nice copy.

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        Cornucopiae, sive linguae latinae commentarii diligentissime recogniti

      Thusculani apud Benacum [Toscolano]: in aedibus Alexandri Paganini, 1522. Title within decorative border. Latin text, printed in Paganini's italic type, in two enumerated columns. [50] leaves, 1268 [i.e., 1270] columns. 1 vols. Thick 4to (22 x 14 cm.). Recased in early vellum, slightly worn but sound and unwarped; title page has some minor abrasions, without loss; text is clean and fresh, a bit tight in margins; occasional marginal worming. Title within decorative border. Latin text, printed in Paganini's italic type, in two enumerated columns. [50] leaves, 1268 [i.e., 1270] columns. 1 vols. Thick 4to (22 x 14 cm.). Advancing the Aldine Tradition. A notable book in the history of printing by the interesting printer-publisher, Alessandro Paganino of Toscolano, whose admiration for Aldus Manutius is evident in the jocular tribute to him on the title page (" non ante impressa, nisi per Aldum manutium, idq[ue] labore, et diligentia Iucundi nostri Veronensis ... ). The Aldine italic type itself had become the virtual symbol of the humanistic tradition which Aldus was spreading with his cheap and handy editions; imitators and counterfeits multiplied all over Europe. Paganino was also clearly inspired by the Venetian master's innovations, but in a way which stimulated him to experiement and create in the Aldine tradition. In this innovative setting of Perotti's lexicographical commentaries on the firs book of Martial's Epigrams, follwed by similar works by various authors -- constituting a virtual encyclopedic lexicon of Latin - Paganini's design of a text displayed in enumerated columnsand lettered lines constitued a creative in the presention of a lengthy and complex text. His typeface, too, a smaller and more upright italic, is noteworthy. As Luigi Balsamo writes, "Even more interesting [among the followers of Aldus] was ... printer-publisher Alessandro Paganino of Toscolano, whose admiration for Aldus became a strong stimulus to achieve something new in the field of typography. Although Brunet defined the so-called "Paganini" type as bizarre, there were actually no less than five distinct designs. They reflected the successive phases of a graphic study intended as the progressive assimilation of the Roman and italic types. Pagnini's laborious experimentation resulted in an archaic imprint that influenced not only the design of type but the entire graphic composition of the page. Indeed it was Paganini who had recognized Aldus's commitment to innovation as an example worthy of being followed.- Luigi Balsamo "Legibility and Migration," 1997.

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        Ain nützliche Sermon zu allen Christen menschen, von der rechte Evangelische meß, und von der beraytung zu dem Tisch gottes, von dem trost der strebenden menschen, unnd dancksagung für das blut Jhesu Christi.

      (Augsburg, Steiner), 1522.. 4°. 6 Bll., mit vierteiliger Titelbordüre Broschur. VD 16 D 1434; Knaake III, 297; Jöcher II, 117: "predigte schon 1522 in der schwäbischen Reichs-Stadt Weil viel evangelische Wahrheiten mit Beyfall seiner Zuhörer; wurde deswegen abgesetzt, kam nachgehends ... nach Ulm, und stand daselbst als evangelischer Prediger bis an seinen Tod.". - Titel verso mit kleinem Stempel der Bibliothek Donaueschingen.

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        Historiarum Libri Quinque in Latinum Conversi Linguam, Nicalao Perotto Interprete

      Florence: Haeredes Philippi Iuntae, 1522. 225 numbered 1eaves, [1] colophon. Ff. 75, 96, 218, 220-222 misnumbered. Woodcut printer?'s device on title and verso of colophon leaf. Modern (early 20th-century) vellum binding, finely gilt-tooled with wide foliate borders framed by double fillets and rosette corner tools, with a central panel composed of a double gilt-ruled lozenge intersected by a double gilt frame with fleur-de-lis corner-pieces, and the initial "M" stamped in gilt in the centre. Gilt panelled spine between raised bands, with fleur-de-lis tools and the initial "M". Light soiling to binding, title somewhat browned, with marginal dampstaining toward the end, occasional marginal notations in faded brown ink; but overall, an excellent copy internally, in an elegant and nicely finished binding. The Latin edition of Polybius by Nicolas Perotti [1430-1480], first published in 1473, was highly regarded in its time, and was not surpassed in style or critical acumen until the 17th century. Perotti also produced learned editions of Varro, Sextus Pompeius, and Nonius Marcellus. His "Rudimenta Grammatices", published in 1468, was the first modern Latin grammar, and was praised by Erasmus as the most complete manual of his day (Sandys II, p. 71). Graesse V 395.. Vellum. Very Good. Octavo.

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        Tabula Moderna Portionis Aphrice

      Strasbourg, Grüninger, Joann, 1522. Nordafrika. "Tabula Moderna Portionis Aphrice". Orig. Holzschnittkarte, L. Fries nach M. Waldseemüllers Karte von 1513. Bei J. Grüninger, Strassburg, 1522. Mit Kopftitel im Schriftband und reicher fig. Staffage. 32:40,5 cm.. Laurent Fries (1485-1532) erste Ausgabe. Karte von Nordafrika und Teil Mittelafrikas. - The map has five kings on their thrones, a rhinoceros, two cows and a cyclop. - Norwich: "The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein".

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        The cart of themusical instrument of Xilu Tang(China's Guqin)(Chinese Edition)(Old-Used) XI LU TANG QIN TONG

      Chinese Bookstore Press. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Wire-bound . Language: Chinese. Xilu Qin Unification Church. 25 volumes. out Jiajing (1522-1566) qin Wang Chi series. The book first 5 volumes of piano writing. mainly from the Southern Song Xu Li. Qin unification since the transfer of Song. Pacific Heritage Music. two books. After 20 volumes. sheet music. received a total of 170. Unless otherwise indicated. which were copied from the Song. the majority are extremely rare in the far left ring. such as Guanglingsan 2. Man and God. between the ... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        HISTORIA D'HERODIANO DELLO IMPERIO DOPO MARCO TRADOTTA IN LINGUA TOSCANA & CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATA

      GUINTA, FLORENCE 1522 - BOOK DESCRIPTION: HERODIAN'S HISTORY OF ROME, EIGHT BOOK COLLECTION IN ONE; HISTORICAL FIRST PERSON ACCOUNT FROM THE DEATH OF MARCUS AURELIUS IN 180 A.D. TO THE BEGINNING OF GORDIAN III'S REIGN IN 238. A RARE GLIMPSE INTO A TUMULTUOUS AND DIVERSE PERIOD OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. [3]. 109, [3] LEAVES. LACKING 1 (BLANK?) LEAF AT FRONT. WOODCUT PRINTER'S DEVICE ON TITLE PAGE AND VERSO OF FINAL LEAF. SIZE/DIMENSIONS: (8VO)/14 x 9.2 CM. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2") EARLY FULL VELLUM, SPINE LETTERED IN AN EARLY HAND. BOOK CONDITION: VERY GOOD; SOME WEAR AND SOILING TO VELLUM, SOME WORMING IN COVERS, SMALL HOLE IN VELLUM ON SPINE; TITLE PAGE WITH SOME EDGE WEAR; EARLY INK NOTES IN MARGINS. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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