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         Pedacii Dioscoridis Anazarbei De medicinali materia libri novem Ioanne Ruellio Suessionensi interprete.

      - [Bologna], apud Cynthium Achillinum, 1526 (Bonon., in aedi. Cynthii Achillini, mense Iunii 1526), in-8 piccolo, leg. settecentesca in piena pelle "spruzzata", dorso a 3 nervi con titolo e fregi in oro negli scomparti, tagli spruzzati, cc. [24], 283, [1]. Con front. entro cornice xilografica e marca edit. in fine. Iniziali decorate. Rara edizione del Dioscoride (forse il trattato di medicina erboristica più famoso dall'antichità al XVII secolo): solo 4 esemplari censiti in Edit16. Bell'esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Sanctum Iesu Christi ./. Evangelium. ./. Secundum Matthaeum ./. Secundum Marcum ./. Secundum Lucam ./. Secundum Ioannem. Acta Apostolorum. Hieronymus in catalogo scriptorum ecclesiasticorum.

      Antwerpeiae apud Ioannem Theobaldeu Gourneensem, 1526. - 307 Bl. (von 310). Mit zahlr. teils figürlichen, handkol. Initialen (5- oder 10-zeilig) und ganzseitiger handkol. Druckermarke am Schluß. 12°. Blindgepr. Leder d. Z. auf 3 Bünden. Im Kolophon am Schluß: 1527, Mense Januario; Kollation: A-Z8, AA-PP8, QQ4-6. Antwerpener Druck von außerordentlicher Seltenheit: kein Exemplar in KVK, Brunet, VD16, Adams etc. Berieben und bestoßen; Schließen fehlen; Hinterdeckel mit geringem Bezugsleder-Verlust; Leder mit je 4 Nägeln fixiert; auf den Deckeln zentral ein ovaler Abdruck und mit alten kleinen Löchlein (zur Befestigung eines Medaillons oder einer Plakette?); Innenfalz angebrochen; Eckausschnitt am fliegenden Vorsatz; alte Glosse am Spiegel; Titelei und 4 weitere Bll. alt eingefärbt; zeitgenössische Anstreichungen in Rot; teils etwas (finger-) fleckig; es fehlen 3 Bll. vom Register (QQ1-3). LA

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         Laude de le belle donne perusine composte per el magnifico Camillo di Porti Vicentino

      Perugia, Girolamo Cartolari, 1526 (28 January). This volume of verse by "uno amoroso giouane meser Camillo di Porti gentihomo Vicentino" (folio A1 verso) is representative of a type of popular literature published across Italy in the sixteenth century which seems to have been read almost out of existence. Often printed during the pre-Lenten carnival (February-March), the books celebrate in verse the women of particular towns; many are by authors otherwise unknown; all survive in very few copies. Our book is not cited by the principal authority on early Perugine printing, Giovanni Battista Vermiglioli; no copy has yet come to the attention of the editors of EDIT 16; and we trace no copy in other online and printed library catalogues accessible to us.Di Porti, Camillo fl. Perugia 1526 Laude de le belle donne perusine composte per el magnifico Camillo di Porti Vicentino. Perugia, Girolamo Cartolari, 1526 (28 January) octavo (150 × 100 mm), (12) ff. signed A-C 4 , not foliated or paginated. Woodcut frame enclosing title on folio A1 recto (140 × 95 mm), another woodcut depicting a putto rowing a skiff on folio B3 verso (105 × 80 mm). contents [title as transcribed above, within woodcut frame] A1 recto, Hieronimo Carthvlario a gl'incliti lettori A1 verso; Laude de le belle donne Perusine composte per el [correc­ted by pen to il] magnifico meser Camillo de [corrected by pen to di] Porti Vicentino A2 recto-B2 verso; Alle belle et valorose sopradette donne excusatione del lautore [fleuron] Sonetto B3 recto; [woodcut] B3 verso; Stantie de meser Democrito S.C. in laude de una de loro [fleuron] Stantia prima [-diciannove] B4 recto-C3 verso; Capitolo in Lode de gli occhi della sua donna C3 verso-C4 recto; Fine | Stampato in Perosia nelle Case de Girolamo | Cartholario Adi 28 de Genaio 1526 C4 recto; [blank] C4 verso. provenance Richard Heber (1773-1833) -- Sotheby & Son, 'Bibliotheca Heberiana', London, 8 April 1835, lot 2745 ('green morocco, rare') -- Pierre Berès, his sale by Pierre Bergé & Associés, 'Fonds de la librairie Pierre Berès. Des incunables à nos jours. 4ème partie', Paris, 17 December 2007, lot 11 Occasional contemporary pen corrections of text. Light stain on folio B1 recto, otherwise in excellent state of preservation. binding early nineteenth-century English green morocco; covers decorated by gilt frame, spine let­tered in gilt. This volume of verse by 'uno amoroso giouane meser Camillo di Porti gentihomo Vicentino' (folio A1 verso) is representative of a type of popular literature published across Italy in the sixteenth century which seems to have been read almost out of existence. Often printed during the pre-Lenten carnival (February-March), the books celebrate in verse the women of particular towns; many are by authors otherwise unknown; all survive in very few copies. 1 Our book comprises two parts: 'Laude de le belle donne Perusine', seventy-five stanzas of terza rima in which the author pays homage to Ippolita Ranieri, Celantia Randoli, Margherita Baglioncella, Baptiste Baldeschi, Camilla Crispolti, Isotta Croglia, Leonora degli Oddi, Ilaria de Leone, Julia Venciolina (Vincoli?), Agnola Alessandri, among other women, some incompletely named; and 'Stantie de Meser Democrito, s.c. in laude de una de loro', nineteen stanzas of ottava rima, followed by a 'Capitolo in Lode de gli occhi della sua donna' in ten stanzas of terza rima. The contrasting styles of the two parts are noted in the preliminary address to the reader. For some unknown reason there was excep­tional appetite in Perugia in the early 1520s for books of versi amorosi. Two publishers in particu­lar, Baldassare Cartolari (the younger brother of Girolamo Cartolari) and Cosimo Bianchini, fed the demand, issuing numerous editions of the works of Baldassare Olimpo da Sassoferrato and 'Notturno Napoletano', and in addition Giovanni Baldo's Opera noua de dui nobilissimi amanti (1520), the playwright Francesco Belo's Laberinto de amore (16 January 1524), and Filippo Baldacchini's Prothocinio (1525). Baldassare Cartolari responded immediately to his brother's edition of Di Porti's Laude de le belle donne perusine, publishing on 7 February 1526 Giovanni Battista Percivalli's Roccha Damore... expugnata da le castissime gen­tildonne Perusine, an imitative work referring to eight or more of the same women. 2 [img-2336-left-large_default] The only copy known. Page height 150 mm [img-2337-left-large_default] The Heber copy. Binding height 154 mm The printer Girolamo Cartolari shared commercial interests with the Venetian publishers Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo. In the years 1518-1525, he printed at least five books 'ad instantia de Nicolo dicto Zopino & Vincenzo suo Compagno', 3 and in 1523 Zoppino & Vincenzo printed a book for Cartolari. 4 There are intriguing coincidences in the typographic material utilized by Cartolari and Zoppino. Jeremy Potter observed that a woodcut title-page compartment with pointillé background used by Zoppino in 1521 and 1524 was copied by Cartolari in 1525; a woodcut title-page frame of arabesque ornament used by Zoppino in 1525 was copied by Cartolari in the same year; and a woodcut portrait (of Diogenes Laertius), apparently em­ployed by Zoppino in 1521 and 1524, was copied by Cartolari in 1525. 5 It is therefore no surprise to find that the wood­cut of a putto in a skiff on folio B3 verso of our book is a copy of a block in Zoppino's stock. The original was used by Zoppino and Vincenzo for their edition of Caio Baldassare Olimpo Alessandri da Sassoferrato's Libro nouo damore chiamato Olympia published 24 March 1522. 6 The woodcut compartment used on the title (folio A1 recto) had been used by Cartolari for his edition of Vincenzo Oradino's Opusculum in quo agit vtrum adiectio nouarum literarum italicae linguae aliquam vtilitatem pepererit published in May 1525. 7 No Venetian antecedent for it has so-far been identified. Our book is not cited by the principal authority on early Perugine printing, Giovanni Battista Vermiglioli, author of Di alcuni libri di rime Italiane rari... pubblicati in Perugia (Perugia 1821) and 'Della tipografia de'Cartolarj in Perugia nella prima metà del secolo xvi ... Notizia bibliografica' in Biografia degli scrittori perugini e notizie delle opere loro (Perugia 1828-1829), i, pp.283-309. No copy has yet come to the attention of the editors of edit 16 and we trace no copy in other online and printed library catalogues accessible to us. references Johann Georg Theodor Grässe, Lehrbuch einer allgemeinen Literaturgeschichte aller bekannten Völker der Welt (Dresden & Leipzig 1852), iii, pp.394-395; Jacques-Charles Brunet, Manuel du libraire et de l'amateur de livres, fifth edition (Paris 1860-1865), vi, col. 2745 (citing the Heber copy only); Jules Gay, Biblio­graphie des ouvrages relatifs à l'amour, aux femmes, au mariage, edited by J. Lemonnyer (Paris 1894-1900), iii, col. 778 (citing the Heber copy); William Boulting, Woman in Italy: from the introduction of the chivalrous service of love to the appearance of the professional actress (London [1910]), p.322; Lodovico Frati, La Donna italiana nei più recenti studi. Seconda edizione con aggiunte (Turin 1928), p.125 (format mistaken as quarto) 1. The on-going 'Censimento nazionale delle edizioni italiane del xvi secolo' (hereafter edit 16) locates Claudio Tolomei's Laude delle donne bolognese (Bologna 1514) in a single copy (cnce 67533); Giovanni Battista Dragoncino's Stanze in lode delle nobil donne vinitiane del secolo moderno (Venice 1547) in four copies (cnce 17776); Giuseppe Santafiore's Lode de le nobili et illustri donne romane (Rome 1551) in a single copy (cnce 71198; the 1552 reprint also in a single copy, cnce 24665); Laude delle primarie donne della honorata città di Rimino et altri degni suggetti di varii et diversi auttori. Raccolti et impressi per Erasmo Virginio nell'anno mdliii ([Rimini] 1553) in a single copy (cnce 71297); Giulio Castellani's Stanze in lode delle gentili donne di Faenza (Bologna 1557) in a single copy (cnce 9958); and Canti cinque in lode delle gentilissime donne di Padoua, di cinque nobi­lis­simi ingegni (Padua 1563) in four copies (cnce 9000). See also Giusto Fontanini, Biblioteca dell'eloquenza italiana, edited by Apostolo Zeno (Venice 1753), ii, pp.95-101: 'Capo. vi. Canzonieri di Donne, e per donne illustri'. 2. No copy recorded by edit 16; two copies are in the British Library (shelfmarks 1071.d.3. (1.) and G.10939), and another in the Biblio­teca Comunale Augusta, Perugia (shelfmark IN 339). 3. 1518: Pandolfo Collenuccio, Opera noua composta per miser Pandolpho Coldonese intitulata Philotimo (edit 16, cnce 14856); 1521: Angelo Poliziano, Stanza per la giostra (Jeremy Potter, 'Nicolo Zoppino and the book-trade network of Perugia' in The Italian Book 1465-1800, edited by Denis Reidy, London 1993, p.143); 1524: Girolamo Candorfini, La guerra de Lombardia con la bata­glia de Grellasco (cnce 8885); 1524: Girolamo Candorfini, Libretto de bataglia nel quale se contiene la venuta de francesi a la impresa de Milano (cnce 63062; Potter 1993 p.146); 1525: Francesco Tromba, Guerre battaglie nuouamente fatte in Prouenza, a Marsiglia & a Oses (cnce 63063; Potter, op. cit., p.146). 4. Girolamo Benivieni, Amore (edit 16, cnce 5323; Potter, o p. cit., pp.143-144). 5. Compare Potter, op. cit., pp.147-152, figs.2-3 (edit 16, cnce 52381 and cnce 23861, woodcuts reproduced), figs.4-5, 6-7; see also, Neil Harris' comments in The Library 20 (1998), pp.152-154. 6. 'Un Amour voguant sur un carquois en guise d'esquif,' reproduced in Victor Masséna, prince d'Essling, Bibliogra­phie des livres à figures vénitiens... 1469-1525 (Paris 1909), ii, p.430; for the edition, see Max Sander, Le Livre à figures italien depuis 1467 jusqu'à 1530 (reprint Nendeln 1969), no. 5165; Tammaro De Marinis, Il castello di Monselice; raccolta degli antichi libri veneziani figurati (Verona [1941]), p.82. 7. See reproduction in edit 16, cnce 52417.

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         PRINTED BOOK OF HOURS (USE OF ROME); illuminated imprint on parchment, in Latin and French

      SPLENDID EXAMPLE OF A PRINTED BOOK IMITATING A MANUSCRIPT. Illuminated imprint on parchment, in Latin and French, France, Paris, c. 1526 (almanac 1526-1514). Dimensions 118 x 128 mm. 84 ff., 1-2 LINE INITIALS, 4-5 LINE INITIALS in liquid gold, 17 LARGE METALCUTS, 10 SMALL METALCUTS,16 MEDALLIONS, after designs by JEAN PICHORE, likely hand-colored in the Parisian workshop of GERMAIN HARDOUYN. BINDING: Bound in a modern (late 19th c.) dark red pigskin binding, back sewn on 5 raised bands, gilt fleurons in compartments, gilt title and gilt name of printer and date at the foot of the spine, gilt edges, blind-stamped filets lining inner boards, marbled paper pastedowns (binding a bit rubbed, some scuffing to corners, else in good condition). ILLUSTRATION: This Book of Hours contains a large number of finely hand-painted and framed metalcuts (likely painted by a hand active within the workshop of the printer Germain Hardouyn), most of which were designed by the workshop of Jean Pichore for either Jean Barbier and Guillaume Eustace or the Hardouin brothers. Germain Hardouyn and his brother Gilles registered as "illuminators" as well as printers, which was uncommon in the book trade. As such, printed Books of Hours like this one from their shop are often exceptionally well painted, resembling illuminated manuscripts. Another illuminator-painter, Jean Pichore, thought of as the most successful illuminator and printer in Paris around 1500, designed the woodcuts for this imprint. PROVENANCE: Printed in Paris by the printer-publisher Germain Hardouyn. It was later owned by Charles Ewbank (1819-1867), and then Dupont de Saint Ouën (Alphonse Fulgence) (1820-1892). It has since been in a European continental collection. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Full description and photographs available. (BOH 60)

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         Ain schöner und wolgeteütschter grüntlicher bericht, für den gemeinen menschen, ob der leyb Jesu Christi, im himel zu der gerechten Gottes zu eren, un(d) im gaist zu suchen, od(er) auff erden im brot wesentlich zu verhoffen sey etc. Gepredigt zu Ulm durch de(n) Predicanten im Münster .

      - O.O. u. Dr. (Augsburg, H. Steiner), 1526. Kl.-4to. 10 Bl. (das letzte weiß). Moderner Umschlag. Erste Ausgabe. - Konrad Sam (1483-1533) hatte sich schon 1520 der Reformation angeschlossen. In Zeiten der Mutlosigkeit gab Luther ihm Trost und Ermunterung. 1524 kam Sam als Prediger nach Ulm. In dem kurz danach aufbrechenden ersten Abendmahlstreit stellte er sich auf die Seite Zwinglis, bekämpfte die Transsubstantiationslehre und bezeichnete die Lutheraner als "neue Päpstler". Trotz der Gegensätze in der Abendmahlsfrage sah Sam in Luther weiterhin den "treuen Diener Gottes, durch welchen Gott vielen, auch ihm (Sam) die Erkenntnis der Wahrheit verliehen" habe (RE XVII,416). Als gewaltiger Prediger eher ein Mann des Wortes, der mit seiner Stentorstimme mühelos das Ulmer Münster füllte, sind von Sam nur wenige gedruckte Schriften und Predigten überliefert. Die vorliegende Schrift wurde als knappe Zusammenfassung der Kritik an der lutherischen Auffassung von der "Realpräsenz" 1569 noch einmal gedruckt. - Appenzeller, Münsterprediger 11.1; VD 16 S 1544; nicht bei Kuczynski und Knaake. - Etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, Titel mit Randläsuren u. alter Numerierung in Tinte. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Specchio di Esopo.

      Roma, Ludovico Vicentino, 1526. In - 4ø; 16 carte, carattere corsivo. Legatura settecentesca in tutto cartoncino decorato. Ottimo esemplare a pieni margini. Prima edizione, rara, pubblicata postuma a cura del figlio Teodoro e stampata da Ludovico degli Arrighi a Roma prima di morire durante il Sacco della citt... del 1527. I caratteri sono di una insuperata eleganza, collocati giustamente tra i pi-- illustri esempi di corsivo rinascimentale. Giovanni Trissino dir... dell'Arrighi: "Il suo miracolo Š nell'aver trovato questo bellissimo modo di fare con la stampa quasi tutto quello che, prima, con la penna faceva". Impresa certo non semplice, ma perfettamente riuscita grazie anche all'aiuto di quel Lautazio Perugino identificato con Bartolomeo de' Rotelli, orafo celebre al tempo e lodato da Benvenuto Cellini, che sottoscriver... molte delle opere assieme al Vicentino. Egli fabbricava per Arrighi punzoni intagliati alla stregua di opere d'arte con quel corsivo italico sapientemente disegnato dal calligrafo. L'importanza di questi lavori sar... sancita dall'utilizzo che gli stessi caratteri tipografici avranno da parte di altri stampatori, in particolare il bresciano Tolomeo Gianicolo, dietro cui si cela Bartolomeo Zanetti. Lo "Specchio di Esopo" Š un dialogo immaginario tra Ercole, Esopo, Plauto, Luciano e un Re sull'utilit... dell'apologo, sulla vanit... e sul come prendere filosoficamente la vita. Il testo termina con una ballata. Questo apologo rimane una delle produzioni letterarie pi-- felici del Collenuccio, assai noto per il suo Compendio della Istoria del Regno di Napoli. Collenuccio (1444 - 1504), di Pesaro, ebbe un'esistenza piuttosto travagliata tra le corti italiane di quegli anni come diplomatico, come letterato e come poeta. Rientrato a Pesaro nel 1504, fu infine fatto giustiziare dal signore della citt... Giovanni Sforza. Romei, Catalogo delle edizioni tipografiche di Ludovico degli Arrighi, 2007 pag. 5.

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         Horarium". A noble woman's prayer book.

      Probably Augsburg, 1526. - Small 8vo (88 x 126 mm). 160 folios. German manuscript on vellum, Bastarda in black ink, rubricated in red, initials in red and blue. Leaves 82 x 118 mm, writtenspace ca 50 x 80 mm. With 11 miniatures by a master "KW" (probably a member of the workshop of Nikolaus Bertschi), 23 borders, and 14 decorative initials. Leather binding, ca 1860, covers stamped in gilt and blind, leading edges gilt, giltstamped spine title. Splendidly illuminated prayer book owned by noble women for several generations; a masterpiece of the Augsburg school of early Renaissance book illustration, containing eleven full-page miniatures of uncommon quality. A fine example of a time of theological change in Southern Germany, the seven-part volume comprises Marian devotions as well as Oecolampadius' German mass ("zu Hayl allen Evangelischen"), liturgical prayers and specimens of the 'ars moriendi': "Die sibenn Zeytt von unser lieben Frauen" (2r), "Die anderthalb hundert Verß die der Herr Jhesus an dem Stam des heiligen Crutz gesprochen hatt" (87r), "Das Testament Jhesu Christi: das man byßher genent hat die Meß vertutscht durch Johannem Oecolampadion" (106r; printed in 1523: cf. Staehelin 85ff.), "Ein schöns Gebet wie der Mensch im selbs ein Testament und ein löblich Gemecht bey seiner Vermüglichait zwischen Gott und im machen soll, so stirbt er desto sicherer" (127r, with invocations of the Saints on 133v-134r, including St Uncumber), "Das Gebet soltu anheben zu sprechen wan d' Briester das Sanctus spricht" (147r), "Ain gutter Segen für aines yeden Menschen guten unnd getruwen gemahet zebitten" (149r), and "Ein offne Peicht und Protestation das ein Mensch cristenlich beger zu leben und zu sterben" (153r). From the beginning the prayer book was intended for a noble lady: a miniature on fol. 152v shows a portrait of the kneeling sponsor of the book with a banner "Exaudi queso [.] domine supplicum preces [.]", and another on fol. 126v shows two women kneeling in prayer before an epiphany of Christ, including the sponsor with the banner "Miserere deu[s] anime famuli tue et". The other miniatures show the Annunciation (1v), Nativity (35r), annunciation to the shepherds (42v), Adoration (47r), Circumcision (51r), Flight into Egypt (55r), Coronation of the Virgin (63v), and the Crucifixion (86v). The vivid and highly detailed, realistic borders show cherubs as well as hunting motifs: stags, deer, a leopard, hare, hedgehog, fox, weasel, dogs, birds (storks, geese, ducks, partridges, peacocks and numerous smaller fowl), butterflys and flowers of all kind, revealing the strong influence of contemporary Flemish book art, frequently encountered in the Augsburg art of the early 16th century, such as in the work of the Petrarch Master. The initials "KW" are on the deer's white hindquarters in the border of fol. 42r; the date is written on the door lintel in the Adoration miniature. - Provenance: the prayer book was passed on from mother to daughter throughout at least three generations, thus always remaining in the possession of noble women: Anna Maria countess Fürstenberg (1562-1611) married Christoph of Waldburg zu Trauchburg (1551-1612) in 1577; her ownership is written on fol. 86r: "Anna Maria Erbtruchsessin Freifrau Walpurg. G. G. zu Fürstenberg" (dated 1594). Her daughter Walburga Eusebia von Waldburg zu Trauchburg (1595-1671) entered her ownership on 17 April 1620, together with her husband Johann Wilhelm count Königsegg zu Aulendorf (d. 1663), on fol. 152r. In 1647 the book was then pased on to her daughter Maria Anna Eusebia Baroness Königegg zu Aulendorf (1627-56), who in 1655 married Johann VI count Montfort (her autograph, dated ownership is at the bottom of the same page). In 1855 the volume was auctioned by Weigel in Leipzig ("Verzeichnis der Bibliotheken des Herrn Kränner in Regensburg", lot no. 25b); in 1890 it was in the library of the Prussian army physician Dr. Laeuterer (cf. his handwritten ownership on fol. 125v). In November 1975 it was offered f [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Comedia di Lodovico Ariosto intitolata Gli Suppositi.

      Stampata nella inclita città di Vinegia, a santo Moyse nelle case nuove Iustiniane, per Francesco di Alessandro Bindoni, e Mapheo Pasini compagni. Nell'anno 1526 Adi XV del mese di Zugno . Regnante il serenissimo Principe messer Andrea Griti. In 8vo (cm. 15,4); legatura dell'Ottocento in piena pelle con cornici a secco e fregi e titolo in oro ai due piatti; cc. 32. Axs

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         Novum Testamentum, iuxta veterem & consuetam aeditionem, cum tabulis seu concordantiis Eusebianis, ad nostrorum numerorum facilitatem summa diligentia contractis, undique suis locis (quo sint inventu faciliores) adiectis asteriscis. (Am Ende:) Antwerpen, J.Thibault für F. Birckmann in Köln 1526. 8°. 188 nn.Bll., mit zahlr. kl., tls. kolor. Holzschnitt-Initialen u. Birckmanns Verlegerzeichen am Schluss. Ldrbd. d. Zeit auf Holzdeckeln

      - Darlow-M. II, 6106 - nicht im BM STC Dutch u. bei Adams.- Sehr selten (über KVK nur 2 Ex. nachweisbar: Mönchengladbach StB u. Cambridge).- "This edition of the New Testament correctly forms a portion of a complete Bible . printed in 1526 by the Antwerp printer J. Thibault, for a Cologne publisher, F. Birckmann; but probably this portion was also published separately" (Darlow-M).- Titel gestempelt (recto u. verso), Finger- u. tls. wasserfleckig, anfangs u. am Ende mit Wurmspuren (tls. auch im Text), einige zeitgenöss. Unterstreich. u. Marginalien, Deckelbezug mit Fehlstellen, ohne die Schließen, Rücken erneuert.

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         Ein Trostbüechlin für die klainmütigen, und einfeltigen, die sich ergern, der spaltung halb, auß dem Nachtmal Christi erwachssen, mit angehenckte(m) grund, bayder partheyen, und endtlichem bericht, wie sich ein yeder Christ in dieser Spaltung halte(n) soll. Spaltung des Nachtmals.

      - O.O. u. Dr. (Augsburg, Ph. Ulhart), 1526. Kl.-4to. 8 Bl. Moderner Umschlag. Nachdruck im Jahr der Ulmer Erstausgabe. - "Eine gerade, derbe Persönlichkeit, durch Mutterwitz und gewaltige Stimme zum Volksprediger geschaffen", wusste Sam bald nach seiner Berufung nach Ulm "einen großen Teil der Bürgerschaft für sich zu gewinnen" (RE XVII, 417). Seine Grobheit und Heftigkeit rief aber auch viel Widerstand hervor. Insbesondere seine kompromisslose Härte in der Abendmahlsfrage sorgte innerhalb des protestantischen Lagers für viel Verwirrung. Seit Mai 1526 stand Sam in schriftlichem Gedankenaustausch mit Zwingli, der ihn als einen Mann ersten Namens rühmte, mit dem ihn "diamantene Ketten der Liebe" verbänden (RE). - Appenzeller, Münsterprediger 11.4 (Mikrofilm); Schottenloher, Ulhart 147; VD 16 S 1546; nicht bei Kuczynski und Knaake. - Etwas gebräunt, braun- u. fingerfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Römische Keyser abcontravegt, vom ersten Caio Julio an untz uff den jetzigen H. K. Carolum mit kurtzer anzeygung ires lebens, dapffer thaten und Historien.

      Straßburg, Köpffel. 1526 - Klein Oktav. 8 nn. Blatt, 155 numerierte Blatt. Mit schönem Titelholzschnitt und auf Seite 156 eine schöne Druckermarke sowie 244 Textholzschnitten. Pergament des 17.Jh. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Mit Exlibris, Stempel auf Titel und letzter Seite. Fliegender Vorsatz und Titel mit leichten Papierschäden im Rand. Das Pergament etwas sperrig. Exlibris einer Adelsbibliothek. Seite 10 mit hinterlegtem Einriss. Teils am Rand leicht wasserrandig. Seltener Straßburger Druck, Huttich (1488-1544) stammte aus Strinz Idstein in der Pfalz. Er war ein Humanist und Historiker. Mit Register. "Sein beliebtes „Buch von den röm. Kaisern mit ihren gleichzeitigen Bildnissen" (Medaillonporträts von Fulvio und H. Weiditz) bot eine Reihe knapper Lebensbeschreibungen von Julius Caesar bis zu Karl V. und war von des Venezianers Joh. Bapt. Egnatius „De Caesaribus" angeregt", siehe Grimm, Heinrich, "Huttichius, Johannes" in: Neue Deutsche Biographie 10 (1974), S. 105 f. Bekannt ist er vor allem für sein Werk: "De Romanorum imperatoribus libellus", Straßburg 1526, Vorliegend ist hier die deutsche Uebersetzung "Römische Keyser abcontraveyt" (Straßburg 1526, vermutlich von dem Buchdrucker ohne Zuthun des Autors veranstaltet) ein chronologisch geordneter Text zu den Bildern der Kaiser von Julius Cäsar an bis auf Karl V., dem noch sein Bruder Ferdinand angereiht ist. Oft sind auch Bilder der Schwestern und Kinder der Kaiser beigegeben, manchmal, z. B. bei Karl d. Großen, fehlt das Bild in dem für dasselbe bestimmten Kreis, der dann nur mit einer Umschrift versehen ist. Die deutschen Kaiser und Könige sind überaus dürftig behandelt, bei Maximilian I. fehlt das übliche Humanistenlob nicht." Geiger, Ludwig, "Huttichius, Johannes" in: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie 13 (1881). - VD16 H 6477 [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Theologia naturalis sive liber creaturarum specialiter de homine et de natura eius inquantum homo.

      Jacobum Myt, 1526, 15 de mayo, Lión: - 255 hojas. Tipografia gótica. Portada impresa a dos tintas con tel título encuadrado en un gran borde grabado en madera. Cubiertas contemporáneas con tapas de cartón. Dentro de caja protectora. Algunas sombras tenues antiguas marginales, pero buen ejemplar en su condición humilde. Palau 283905. Ejemplar de la biblioteca de Joan Lluís Gili, con su ex-libris. Edición rara, completa con el Prólogo que suele faltar en muchos ejemplares, después de que el libro figurara en el Index donde fue condenado.

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         Geschichte des osmanischen Reiches von seiner Entstehung bis auf die neuesten Zeiten. Nach Kantemir, Gallletti, dOhsson, Gebhardi, Spittler und andern.

      8. 1 Bl., VIII, 248 S. 1 Bl., 267 S. + 1 S. + 1 Bl. (Inhalt) 1 Bl., 261 (+1) S. 1 Bl., 231 S. Mit 4 gestochene Frontispiz von J. Blaschke. Pp. der Zeit mit mit Rücken- Titelschildern in Leder. Grundlegendes Werk mit sehr schönen Illustrationen: Die Stiche zeigen 1) die heimtückische Ermordung des Führers des osmanischen Heeres, Sultan Murad I. bei der Schlacht auf dem Amselfeld (Kosovo 1389). 2) Den Tod von König Ludwig II von Ungarn durch Sturz vom Pferd auf der Flucht nach der verlorenen Schlacht bei Mohács (1526). 3) Die Ehrung des Kapudan-Pascha (oberster Kommandant der osman. Flotte) bei der Audienz in Konstantinopel (1788). 4) Einen "Ehrenmord" angesichts der von Alexandria nach Kairo vorrückenden Napoleonischen Truppen (1798). - Die Pappbände sind etwas fleckig u. berieben, die Rücken verblichen. Innendeckel mit Resten von Exlibris, Titelblätter u. Deckel mit alten Bibliotheksnummern. Bd. 1 mit kleiner Wurmspur. - Innen sehr gut. Der Buchblock ist, abgesehen von einem durchgehenden, aber schwachen Wasserrand bei Band 3 u. 4, sehr gut, nahezu fleckenlos und sehr sauber. - Register am Schluß von Bd. 4. - Selten!

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         Appianus Alexandrinus De bellis civilibus Romanorum. Cum libro perquam eleganti, qui Illyrius, et altero qui Celticus inscribitur. (Translated from the Greek into Latin by Petrus Candidus)

      (Venice), n.d. (Colophon at the end: Venetiis opera magistri Bernardini de Vitalibus, 1526, die quarto mensis Madii) 8vo. 372 unnumbered leaves. Modern overlapping vellum 14.5 cm (Ref: Hoffmann I,216; EDIT16: CNCE 2197; Graesse 1,169; cf. Ebert 849) (Details: Title within woodcut floral borders; short title on the back; good white paper) (Condition: Good condition; old and small ownership entry on the title) (Note: Appianus, 2nd century AD, originating from Alexandria, gained Roman citizenship, and went to Rome. There he was a lawyer, and wrote his 'Roman History' in Greek (Rhômaïka). It treated the Roman conquests arranged ethnographically in 24 books. 'Loyal and honest, an admirer of Roman imperialism, he wrote in the plain koinê, and though interested mainly in wars and unreliable about Republican institutions and conditions, preserves much valuable material'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 87) The Greek text was first published in 1551 in Paris, by Carolus Stephanus. The first publication of any of the works of Appian however was the Latin translation by Pier Candido Decembrio, (in latin Petrus Candidus) dating from 1472. It was apparantly a success, because it was repeated in 1477, 1492, 1494, 1495. 1499. 1500 and 1526. The Latin translation deals with the part on the Civil Wars (5 books), and offers also a 'liber illyricus', 'liber celticus', 'liber lybicus', 'liber syrius', 'liber parthicus', & 'liber mithridaticus'. This translation of 1526 is a reissue of the edition of 1500, also published in Venice. The translation of Candidus is not without value. Graesse 1,169: 'Cette version (Candidus' translation of 1472) est très importante pour la critique du texte, le traducteur s'étant servi d'un manuscrit assez correct et l'ayant traduit presque littéralement'. Ebert criticizes its style, he calls the translation obscure and bombastic, but he also underlines its critical value. (Ebert 849) Pier Candido Decembrio, born in 1399 in Pavia, was a well-known Italian Renaissance humanist, prolific author, and classical scholar. He was secretary to Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan for thirty years, from 1450 'magister brevium' to Pope Nicholas V, and later to Pius II. The translation of Appianus was commissioned by Pope Nicholas V, after Candido's arrival in 1450 in Rome. Candidus, who had been a pupil of the Greek refugee Manuel Chrysoloars, is best known for his translation of the Republic of Plato, which he completed in 1440. He died in Milan in 1477) (Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 33 (1987)) (Provenance: In ink on the title 'Da commudidade de Bellem', an ownership entry of the Jerónimos Monastery, or Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém in Lisbon, founded in 1501. The monastery has been dissolved in 1833. Its building is now an important architectural monument. On the internet we found only 2 books with this entry/provenance, in Portuguese libraries) (Collation: a-z8, &8, ?8, R8, A-C8, aa-rr8, 2s4) (Photographs on request)

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         Decretum aureum divi Gratiani cujus titulus talis est Incipit concordantia

      Parisii|(Paris): Jean Prevel, 1526. Fine. Jean Prevel, Parisii (Paris) 1526, Pet. in-8 (10x15,5cm), ccccxxii (44f.) [Sig. a-z8, &8, aa-ff8, A-R8, S4, T-Z8, A-E8, F4], relié. - New edition by Pierre Baquelier. 2 folding plates of family trees. Large thumbnail title representative Gratian writing under the dictation of the Church Fathers. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition réalisée par Pierre Baquelier (cette édition avait déjà paru en 1517 et 1519). 2 planches dépliantes d'arbres généalogiques illustrant les lois de la consanguinité. Large vignette de titre représentant Gratian enseignant au clergé. Marque de l'imprimeur sous le colophon fo.ccccxxii. Impression en caractères gothiques sur 2 colonnes (52 lignes). Edition dont le privilège a été partagé avec Jean Petit. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Exemplaire entièrement rubriqué en rouge, avec les titres également en rouge. Initiales ornées et gravées sur bois. On trouve dans les annexes une biographie de Gratian ; le Decretum abbreviatum in oratione soluta est de Johannes Andreae, ainsi que le texte des planches : Declaratio arboris consanguinitatis, qui se situe au verso des planches et sur 6 feuillets. Colophon : "excussum in officina Johannis Prenel. Anno salutis humane millesimo quinqentesimo vigesimo sexto. Mensis Maij."  Reliure en demi chagrin à coins milieu XIXe. Dos à faux nerfs orné de caissons. Titre et date dorés. Une trace brune de mouillure en marge droite des 10 derniers feuillets sur quelques minimètres ; une tache brune en marge haute sur les 20 derniers feuillets. Brunissure également le long de la marge droite de la page de titre sur quelques minimètres ; on retrouve sur quelques feuillets une tache brune en marge haute. Ensemble plutôt frais, mais quelques feuillets jaunis, notamment dans les tables ; quelques feuillets sont également rognés en marge basse. Une déchirure sur la moitié de la page au feuillet focccxcix. Nombreuses erreurs de foliotation. Le Decret d'or de Gratien ou La concorde des canons discordants (concordantia discordantium canonum), constitué d'un florilège de textes juridiques est l'une des oeuvres canoniques les plus importantes du Moyen âge ; elle rassemble plus de 3800 textes : canons dits apostoliques, textes patristiques, décrétales pontificales, décrets conciliaires, lois romaines et franques, etc. On situe sa composition vers 1140. L'épithète "or" semble particulier à cette édition, on ne le trouve dans aucune autre et il semble que l'on ne nommait pas ainsi son oeuvre, seulement du titre de Decret de Gratien. Le titre de Concordantia semble avoir été choisi par Gratien lui-même, il réfère à la méthode et au projet juridique : les canons sont groupés par thèmes, l'auteur leur ajoutant un commentaire destiné à concilier les différences, le Dictum ; il adopte parfois une méthode inverse, formulant des interrogations sur un même thème, la réponse se faisant sous forme de citations. En mêlant son propre commentaire aux textes juridiques, en regroupant les canons thématiquement par un texte introductif, et en relativisant leurs valeurs, Gratien innove considérablement la littérature juridique. La cohérence propre à l'oeuvre contribuera à son adoption quasi immédiate par de nombreuses écoles de droit.  L'ouvrage est composé de trois parties distinctes : Les Distinctiones, qui regroupent le droit divin, naturel et coutumier ; les Causae qui abordent les grandes sections du droit canonique, à savoir la nomination et la récusation des évêques, les revenus, l'hérésie, l'excommunication ; enfin la dernière partie qui est de loin la plus mince, le De consecratione, qui traite de la consécration des églises, de la messe, du baptême...  L'oeuvre de Gratien demeurera le fondement du droit canonique jusqu'en 1917, date de promulgation du Code de droit canonique.  

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         Proserpina

      1526 - Incisioni al bulino, circa 1526, privo di firma. Da un soggetto di Giovan Battista Rosso. Esemplari nel primo stato di due, avanti le ombre nella cornice. Bellissime prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilate al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le due opere fanno parte della serie di stampe raffiguranti gli Dei dell’Olimpo, realizzate nel 1526 dal Caraglio su disegni di Rosso Fiorentino, come documentato dal Vasari nel suo libro sulle vite dei pittori. La serie consta di 20 incisioni al bulino, con le divinità raffigurate all'interno di nicchie; le lastre sono numerate e la prima, raffigurante Saturno, reca la firma del Caraglio e la data 1526. Opere molto rare. Bibliografia: Bartsch, vol. XV, p. 78, 31 & 34; Massari, Tra Mito ed Allegoria, pp. 119/140, 41&43. Dimensioni 115x215. Dimensioni

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         San Filippo

      1526 - Bulino, 1526, datato e monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare nella seconda variante di cinque descritta dal Meder. Ottima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera della tarda maturità del Dürer, il San Filippo, appartiene alla serie degli Apostoli, questa risulta la più nobile e gradevole figura della serie. Engraving, 1526, dated and monogrammed on plate at the bottom left. Example in the second variant of five described by Meder. Excellent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the marginal line, in excellent condition. Work of the late age of Dürer, San Filippo, belongs to the series of the Apostles, this is the most noble and attractive figure in the series. Meder 48 b/e; Strauss, The intaglio prints of Albrecht Dürer, p. 286, 103; Panofsky 153; Winkler p. 328. Dimensioni 70x120. Dimensioni [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Buch der Lieder.

      Kl.-8. Schmutztit., Titel m. kl. Vignette (Lyra), 372 S., 1 Bl. (Verlagsanz.). Restaur. Leinenbd. der Zeit m. goldgepr. Rü.titel u. -verzierungen sowie blindgepr. Deckelrahmen. Einbd. abgewetzt, bestoßen u. fleckig, Rü. neu aufgezogen, Vorsätze erneuert, ges. Buchblock wasserrandig, braunfl. u. z. Tl. stärker abgegriffen, m. mehreren hs. Anmerk. auf Titelbll. u. im Text. Goed. VIII, 555, 26. Borst 1526. Erste Ausgabe von Heines Lyrikband mit romantischen Liebesgedichten, der den Ruhm des Schriftstellers begründete und bis heute zu den bedeutendsten Gedichtsammlungen zählt. Mit den vier Widmungsblättern, die in späteren Auflagen wegfielen, an Friedrich Merckel (2), Salomon Heine und Friederike Varnhagen von Ense sowie den häufig fehlenden Vortitelblatt und Verlagsanzeigen. - Das Buch der Lieder umfasst mit Gedichten zwischen 1817 und 1826 Heines Frühwerk. Von den insgesamt 237 enthaltenen Gedichten, waren viele zuvor schon in Zeitschriften veröffentlicht worden. Hier noch in der unzensierten Form, weil viele Formulierungen, die für zu obszön angesehen wurden, in den späteren Auflagen geändert werden mußten. So wurde beispielsweise aus einem Gedichtanfang, der in der vorliegenden, ersten Auflage noch Auf deinen schneeweißen Busen, Hab? ich mein Haupt gelegt (S. 246) hieß, später An deine schneeweiße Schulter. Hab? ich mein Haupt gelehnt.

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         Biblia cum concordantiis Veteris et Novi Testamenti et Sacrorum Canonum: necnon et additionibus in marginibus varietatis diversorum textuusm; ac etiam canonibus antiguis quattuor evangeliorum. Novissime autem additae sunt concordantiae ex viginti libris Iosephi de Antiquitatibus et bello iudaico excerptae que solerti cura nuperri me repurgata est et ex cusa: in qua pluribus scatebat mendis.

      (Lyon, Jacob Marechal - on colophon), 1526. Folio. Worn contemporary full calf binding with five raised bands to ornamented spine. Boards with two blindstamped double-line-borders inside eachother (creating "mirror"-effect), with blindstamped fleurons inside the inner squares. Hinges cracked (but binding still tight), corners and capitals very worn, and upper compartent of spine missing. Binding totally unrestored. Title-page soiled and with restoration to outer corners, far from affecting text. Small restoration to upper outer corner of aa2. Dampstaining at beginning, up to ab. f.40 - from ab. f. 20 quite faint. From ab. f. 220 a dampstain to upper outer corner A small worm tract from ab. f.270 till ab. f.288. Endpapers dampstained and soiled. An old library-stamp to front free end-paper and to lower part of title-page (Sct. Petri College, Glasgow). Title-page prited in red and black, winside a temple-like red border, and with a large woodcut illustration. Hundreds of beautifully illustrated initials throughout (several to each page of text), and ab. 125 magnificent woodcut illustrations in the text - two of them are full page and one is half-page; of the rest of them, ab. the first 100 measure ab. 8x5 cm, the last ab. 20 measure ab. 3,5x5,5 cm. All initials and illustrations throughout are splendidly hand-coloured (presumably mid 18th century), and most are heightened with gold or silver. In spite of the wear to the binding and the internal dampstaining, this is a truly splendid and beautiful bible. (14), 296, (24) ff. An early, magnificently illustrated and splendidly hand-coloured bible printed by Jacob Marechal.

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         Biblia sacra: integrum utriusque testamenti corpus complectens: diligenter recognita et emendata. Cum concordantijs ac summarijs simul et argumentis: ad totius intelligentiam biblie non parum conducentibus.

      Thielman Kerver, Paris 1526 - 8vo. CCCCXX Bl. Modernes Ldr. unter Verwendung v. blindgeprägt. Lederdeckeln der Zeit. Farbschnitt. Es fehlen das Titelbl., Bl. 6-9, 152 u. 513 (Kopien beiliegend) sowie sämtliche ungezählte Bl. der Register u. Verzeichnisse. Bl. 316 in der Paginierung übersprungen. - Rücken erneuert, Deckel berieben. Die ersten Bl. neu eingehängt u. teils m. restaurierten Einrissen, stärker fleckig, sonst nur im Rande stellenweise fleckig. Zeitgenöss. Tintenmarginalien auf wenigen Seiten. gr.

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         Biblia Sacra :integru utriusque testamenti corpus coplectes diligenter recognita emedata. Cù concordatijs ac summarijs simul et argumetis: ad toti intelligentia biblie no paru coducetib. Insup. in calce eiusde :annexe sunt nominu Hebraicorum, Chadeorum atoqs Grecorum accurate interpretationes.

      Thielman Kerver, 1526. In 16°, p. perg. , cc. bianche 24 + cc.nn. 12 + cc.n. CCCCCXX + cc.nn. 40. Marca tipografica a tutta p. su front. e sull'ultima cc.nn., 2 inc. a tutta p. , 1 sul retro dell'ultima delle 12 cc.nn. e 1 sul retro della c.n. CCCCXVI. Nervi. Numerose piccole capilettere. Collazionata, risultano mancanti le carte CCXII e CCXIII. Cerniera parzialmente staccata e piatti leggermente imbarcati. Nonostante le mende sopra descritte si tratta di un'esemplare estremamente interessante con carta ancora fresca e stampa ben leggibile.

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         Collectanea, ex universo opere librorum D. Aurelii Augustini passim decerpta, semitam quanda[m] media[m] Christianis, nu[n]c misere dissentie[n]bus[!] mon[s]trantia, qua unanimiter ad ecclesiam Christi redeant. Deventer, Albert Paffraet, 1529. 8vo (16.5 x 10.5 cm). With the title in letterpress in a woodcut border and one woodcut initial. With a contemporary manuscript index (31 1/2 pp.) and contemporary manuscript notes (1 1/2 pp.) giving quotations from Saint Augustine on 16 leaves bound at the front. Contemporary blind-tooled brown calf over wooden boards (the back board replaced with paperboard), with a brass catch-plate in the middle of the fore-edge (clasp and anchor plate lacking and binding repaired).

      - KVK & WorldCat (2 copies); NK 148 (2 copies); STCN (1 copy); USTC (4 copies, some no longer located); for the woodcut border: NAT V, 21. Rare first and only edition of a highly original selection of fragments from the works of Saint Augustine (354-430) assembled by an unknown humanist with the clear intention of defending the Catholic faith against the numerous kinds of reformers and heretics active in northern Europe in those days, and to bring back straying believers to the true faith. The compiler of this anthology, who dated his preface 23 March [1526?], has not been identified, but Albert Paffraet (d. 1553), the son of the more famous printer Richard Paffraet, published many books by contemporary humanists such as Erasmus, Murmellius, Reuchlin and Angelo Poliziano, including both pamphlets inspired by the ideas of the Reformation and defences of the traditional faith.With ower’s inscriptions and stamps. With some small wormholes in the last few leaves, but otherwise in very good condition. The binding has been repaired, with a paper board replacing the back wooden board but covered by the original calf and the manuscript pastedown, three old patches on and near the spine (with the loss of the headbands) and the joints cracked. An interesting selection of fragments from the works of Saint Augustine.

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         Octo libri physicorum cu[m] naturali philosophia atq[ue] metaphysica Joha[n]nis maioris hadi[n]gtonani theologi Parisiensis.

      Parrhisiis [Paris], J. Parvo [Jean Petit] () 1526 - 28,5 x 21 cm. [134] n.n. Bl. mit zahlreichen teils figürlichen Initialen, meist in Metallschnitt. Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt mit allseitiger Holzschnitt-Bordüre und großer figürlicher Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. Schmuckloses modernes Halbleder. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Sechs Bl. oben rechts mit ergänzter Ecke. 2 Bl. faksimiliert (o3 und o4). Durchgehend mit zahlreichen Marginalien und Annotationen. OCLC 870210283. Lagenkollation: a4 [par] b6 c4 [!?] d-y6 z4. Datierung im Kolophon "anno Virginei partus sesquemillesimo XXVI sub kalendis Decembris". Unsere Kollation entspricht dem Exemplar der BSB München (Sign. 2 Ph.sp. 23 s#Beibd.2), wogegen das Exemplar der Sorbonne mit 136 Bl. angegeben wird. Möglicherweise fehlt die beiden Bl. (C5-C6), die aber in München auch nicht vorhanden sind. Wegen der großen Seltenheit des Titels kann hier wohl nur ein Vergleich mit dem Pariser Exemplar Klarheit bringen. Kaum nachweisbares Werk des schottischen Theologen und Renaissance-Philosophen John Major, (auch John Mair, Joannes Majoris oder Haddingtonus Scotus, 1467 -1550), der einer der einflussreichsten (und wenig beachteten) Denker zu Beginn des 16. Jhs. war. Nach dem Studium in St Andrews ging er 1493 an die Sorbonne in Paris. 1515 kehrte er nach Schottland zurück, wo er in Glasgow und St Andrews lehrte. Unterbrochen wurde seine schottische Lehrtätigkeit durch einen weitern Aufenthalt in Paris von 1526-31, also zu dem Zeitpunkt, als das vorliegende Buch in Paris gedruckt wurde. "John Mair (Maior) is little known, but he was in fact one of the most influential thinkers in the beginning of the sixteenth century. He was originally from Scotland, but studied in Cambridge and Paris. He graduated in Arts in 1495 in Paris and became master at the Montaigu College in 1499. Under Mair, Montaigu College became a leading philosophical school in Europe. Both Erasmus and Juan Luis Vives were influenced by the circle of thinkers around Mair, and among his students we find, for example, John Calvin, Ignatius Loyola, Reginald Pole, Robert Wauchope, Francois Rabelais, and George Buchanan. In 1518, Mair left Paris and returned to Scotland, where he became the principal of Glasgow University. In 1522, he moved to St. Andrews, where he spent most of his later life, except for a period in Paris again, from 1526 until 1531." Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy (ed. H. Lagerlund), New York 2011, p. 626.

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         Gewaltbrief mit eigenh. U. Wien, 4. XI. 1526.

      1526. 1 S. Qu.-Folio. Umfassender Gewaltbrief für Christophorus Rauber (1466-1536), Bischof von Laibach (und 1529-30 Landeshauptmann von Krain), und den kaiserlichen Rat Siegmund von Dietrichstein-Hollenbach (1484-1533) hinsichtlich Verhandlungen mit Krsto Frankopan, Ban von Kroatien (gest. 1527), um die Krone von Ungarn, auf die Ferdinand aufgrund des Todes seines Schwagers Ludwig II. von Böhmen und Ungarn nach der Schlacht bei Mohacs (29. 8. 1526) Erbansprüche stellen konnte: "Wir Ferdinand von gotes gnaden e. kunig zu Beheim prinz unnd infant in Hispanien erzherzog zu

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         Buch der Lieder.

      Kl.-8. Schmutztit., Titel m. kl. Vignette (Lyra), 372 S., 1 Bl. (Verlagsanz.). Restaur. Leinenbd. der Zeit m. goldgepr. Rü.titel u. -verzierungen sowie blindgepr. Deckelrahmen. Einbd. abgewetzt, bestoßen u. fleckig, Rü. neu aufgezogen, Vorsätze erneuert, ges. Buchblock wasserrandig, braunfl. u. z. Tl. stärker abgegriffen, m. mehreren hs. Anmerk. auf Titelbll. u. im Text. Goed. VIII, 555, 26. Borst 1526. Erste Ausgabe von Heines Lyrikband mit romantischen Liebesgedichten, der den Ruhm des Schriftstellers begründete und bis heute zu den bedeutendsten Gedichtsammlungen zählt. Mit den vier Widmungsblättern, die in späteren Auflagen wegfielen, an Friedrich Merckel (2), Salomon Heine und Friederike Varnhagen von Ense sowie den häufig fehlenden Vortitelblatt und Verlagsanzeigen. - Das Buch der Lieder umfasst mit Gedichten zwischen 1817 und 1826 Heines Frühwerk. Von den insgesamt 237 enthaltenen Gedichten, waren viele zuvor schon in Zeitschriften veröffentlicht worden. Hier noch in der unzensierten Form, weil viele Formulierungen, die für zu obszön angesehen wurden, in den späteren Auflagen geändert werden mußten. So wurde beispielsweise aus einem Gedichtanfang, der in der vorliegenden, ersten Auflage noch Auf deinen schneeweißen Busen, Hab? ich mein Haupt gelegt (S. 246) hieß, später An deine schneeweiße Schulter. Hab? ich mein Haupt gelehnt.

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         Libro della guerra de Ghotti composto da Misser Leonardo Aretino in lingua latina et fatto vulgare da Lodovico Petroni cavaliere Senese nuovamente stampato.

      per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1526. Prima edizione volgare. Opera composta in Quattro Libri. Ex-libris manoscritto al retro della prima carta bianca ben leggibile "Del Conte Ugo della Gherardesca" (1530-1589) antica famiglia toscana. Ulteriori due note manoscritte coeve ad inchiostro al margine superiore del frontespizio per possesso, occultate ma leggibili. Stemma xilografato dei Giunta al frontespizio, Giglio fiorentino sorretto da due putti entro cornice. Lieve fioritura più accentuata a qualche carta e chiose dell'epoca al margine esterno. Registro e dati tipografici al retro dell'ultima carta numerata. Esemplare completo anche dell'ultima carta bianca, genuino e perfettamente conservato.

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         Appianus Alexandrinus De bellis civilibus Romanorum. Cum libro perquam eleganti, qui Illyrius, et altero qui Celticus inscribitur. (Translated from the Greek into Latin by Petrus Candidus)

      (Venice), n.d. (Colophon at the end: Venetiis opera magistri Bernardini de Vitalibus, 1526, die quarto mensis Madii) 8vo. 372 unnumbered leaves. Modern overlapping vellum 14.5 cm (Ref: Hoffmann I,216; EDIT16: CNCE 2197; Graesse 1,169; cf. Ebert 849) (Details: Title within woodcut floral borders; short title on the back; good white paper) (Condition: Good condition; old and small ownership entry on the title) (Note: Appianus, 2nd century AD, originating from Alexandria, gained Roman citizenship, and went to Rome. There he was a lawyer, and wrote his 'Roman History' in Greek (Rhômaïka). It treated the Roman conquests arranged ethnographically in 24 books. 'Loyal and honest, an admirer of Roman imperialism, he wrote in the plain koinê, and though interested mainly in wars and unreliable about Republican institutions and conditions, preserves much valuable material'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 87) The Greek text was first published in 1551 in Paris, by Carolus Stephanus. The first publication of any of the works of Appian however was the Latin translation by Pier Candido Decembrio, (in latin Petrus Candidus) dating from 1472. It was apparantly a success, because it was repeated in 1477, 1492, 1494, 1495. 1499. 1500 and 1526. The Latin translation deals with the part on the Civil Wars (5 books), and offers also a 'liber illyricus', 'liber celticus', 'liber lybicus', 'liber syrius', 'liber parthicus', & 'liber mithridaticus'. This translation of 1526 is a reissue of the edition of 1500, also published in Venice. The translation of Candidus is not without value. Graesse 1,169: 'Cette version (Candidus' translation of 1472) est très importante pour la critique du texte, le traducteur s'étant servi d'un manuscrit assez correct et l'ayant traduit presque littéralement'. Ebert criticizes its style, he calls the translation obscure and bombastic, but he also underlines its critical value. (Ebert 849) Pier Candido Decembrio, born in 1399 in Pavia, was a well-known Italian Renaissance humanist, prolific author, and classical scholar. He was secretary to Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan for thirty years, from 1450 'magister brevium' to Pope Nicholas V, and later to Pius II. The translation of Appianus was commissioned by Pope Nicholas V, after Candido's arrival in 1450 in Rome. Candidus, who had been a pupil of the Greek refugee Manuel Chrysoloars, is best known for his translation of the Republic of Plato, which he completed in 1440. He died in Milan in 1477) (Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 33 (1987)) (Provenance: In ink on the title 'Da commudidade de Bellem', an ownership entry of the Jerónimos Monastery, or Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém in Lisbon, founded in 1501. The monastery has been dissolved in 1833. Its building is now an important architectural monument. On the internet we found only 2 books with this entry/provenance, in Portuguese libraries) (Collation: a-z8, &8, ?8, R8, A-C8, aa-rr8, 2s4) (Photographs on request)

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         Exhortatio ad bonas arteis, praesertim medicinam, de optimo docendi genere, & qualem oporteat esse medicum

      Basel, Froben, 1526 8vo (32) leaves [a-d8] ; early 17th-century vellum. Erasmus annotated by Frédéric Jamot for his Paraphrasis of Erasmus's edition of Galenus's Exhortatio published by Frédéric Morel in Paris in 1583. Interesting copy with manuscript annotations by Frédéric Jamot or the scholar Frédéric Morel, his parisian bookseller. Scarce annotated publisher's copy of a 16th-century latin translation from the ancient greek. "In 1525 The Aldine press was preparing the edition princeps of Galen's work. Erasmus kept informed about the project and expressed his eager interest in a letter to Francisco Asulano, who eventually presented him with the complete edition. The first volume of the Adlina appeared with the colophon of April 1525. We do not know when the first copy of this volume reached Erasmus, but by the spring of 1526 he had translated the first three items in it. He dedicated the versions to Antonin of Kosice, a Hungarian physician who had rendered professoonal services to him in Basel and who belonged to the circle of humanists at King Louis' court. [...] Erasmus complained about the poorly collated text of the Adline edition in the dedicatory epistle accompanying the translation as well as in letters to friends. He commented that he "had never seen anything more corrupt" and that the edition was so full of mistackes that it requeried "guesswork" on the part of the translator, and expressed his dissatisfaction with the printer who had shown more regard for his purse than for the quality of the text. [...] Erasmus successfully emended a number of corrupted passages in the Aldlne edition. Many of the corrections postulated by him were in fact adopted by later editors, and others which defied his skills remain a challenge also to modern philologists. In the translation we find the usual careful attention to Latin idiom and skiful manipulation of rhetorical devices, among them the use of superlatives and twinned expressions. [...] On the whole, Erasmus's version fo this most difficult among the three essays he chose from Galen's works must be called a qualified success, in that it reflects the translator's linguistic talents but does not exhaust all the avenues open to the textual critic. The most effective among the three translations is, no dubt, the Exhortation, an Essay in which Erasmus' rhetorical skills are displayed to their best advantage. It's interesting to note, however, that the Froben edition of 1542 did not use Erasmus' version, as might be expected, but chose a contemporary piece by Ludovicus Bellisarius, a physician from Modena" (Erika Rummel, Erasmus as a Translator of the Classics, 1985, pages 109-115). Almost 60 years later, the great hellenist Frédéric Jamot, who had already published latin translation of Theocritus (1552) and a French translation of Demetrius Pepagomenus (Traité de la goutte in 1567), gives a new revised and commentated edition of Erasmus's translation of Galenus's Exhortatio entitled "Galeni Paraphrasis in Menodoti exhortationem ad artes, ex Des. Erasmi interpretatione a Federico Jamotio recognita et annotationibus illustrata". Simultaneously, he also published an edition of the greek text. Both works were probably intended for the Parisian Universities. The present copy is probably the one Jamot used for his scholar work : it contains a lot of manuscript marginal annotations and 9 pages of explanatory commentaries. It's also interesting to note that this copy bears the typographic correction marks for suppressions, corrections, additions and modifications for the new Jamot edition. The numerous corrections in Erasmus's translation suggest that Jamot used a new Greek version of the Galenus text which allowed him to correct a few abstruse passages left by Erasmus. Jamot's Paraphrasis was printed by Frédéric Morel in 1583, the royal printer for the greek editions and last member of a long family of scholars and important humanist publishers. Bound with LONGINUS and PETRA (Gabriele de), Liber de grandi sive sublimi genere orationis, latine redditus, Geneva, Jean de Tournes, 1612 8vo, 170, (2) pages and 1 leaf of tables. Inside fresh and clean. A fine copy.

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         Appianus Alexandrinus De bellis civilibus Romanorum. Cum libro perquam eleganti, qui Illyrius, et altero qui Celticus inscribitur. (Translated from the Greek into Latin by Petrus Candidus)

      (Venice), n.d. (Colophon at the end: Venetiis opera magistri Bernardini de Vitalibus, 1526, die quarto mensis Madii) - 8vo. 372 unnumbered leaves. Modern overlapping vellum 14.5 cm (Ref: Hoffmann I,216; EDIT16: CNCE 2197; Graesse 1,169; cf. Ebert 849) (Details: Title within woodcut floral borders; short title on the back; good white paper) (Condition: Good condition; old and small ownership entry on the title) (Note: Appianus, 2nd century AD, originating from Alexandria, gained Roman citizenship, and went to Rome. There he was a lawyer, and wrote his 'Roman History' in Greek (Rhômaïka). It treated the Roman conquests arranged ethnographically in 24 books. 'Loyal and honest, an admirer of Roman imperialism, he wrote in the plain koinê, and though interested mainly in wars and unreliable about Republican institutions and conditions, preserves much valuable material'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 87) The Greek text was first published in 1551 in Paris, by Carolus Stephanus. The first publication of any of the works of Appian however was the Latin translation by Pier Candido Decembrio, (in latin Petrus Candidus) dating from 1472. It was apparantly a success, because it was repeated in 1477, 1492, 1494, 1495. 1499. 1500 and 1526. The Latin translation deals with the part on the Civil Wars (5 books), and offers also a 'liber illyricus', 'liber celticus', 'liber lybicus', 'liber syrius', 'liber parthicus', & 'liber mithridaticus'. This translation of 1526 is a reissue of the edition of 1500, also published in Venice. The translation of Candidus is not without value. Graesse 1,169: 'Cette version (Candidus' translation of 1472) est très importante pour la critique du texte, le traducteur s'étant servi d'un manuscrit assez correct et l'ayant traduit presque littéralement'. Ebert criticizes its style, he calls the translation obscure and bombastic, but he also underlines its critical value. (Ebert 849) Pier Candido Decembrio, born in 1399 in Pavia, was a well-known Italian Renaissance humanist, prolific author, and classical scholar. He was secretary to Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan for thirty years, from 1450 'magister brevium' to Pope Nicholas V, and later to Pius II. The translation of Appianus was commissioned by Pope Nicholas V, after Candido's arrival in 1450 in Rome. Candidus, who had been a pupil of the Greek refugee Manuel Chrysoloars, is best known for his translation of the Republic of Plato, which he completed in 1440. He died in Milan in 1477) (Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 33 (1987)) (Provenance: In ink on the title 'Da commudidade de Bellem', an ownership entry of the Jerónimos Monastery, or Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém in Lisbon, founded in 1501. The monastery has been dissolved in 1833. Its building is now an important architectural monument. On the internet we found only 2 books with this entry/provenance, in Portuguese libraries) (Collation: a-z8, &8, ?8, R8, A-C8, aa-rr8, 2s4) (Photographs on request) 1000 gr

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         Annotata in G. Budaei Epistolas tam Priores q Posteriores praemisso indice

      [Paris]: Vaenundantur vbi & Epístol_ in offícína Io. Badii Ascensii, [candido lectori salutem, 1526] - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 8º, (188x142mm.); [10], LXX, [2] LXXI-CXXVIII; sign.: a10, A-I8, AA-FF8,GG10; célebre xilografía en portada con la imagen de la imprenta de Joannes Badé; apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación pobre moderna (s. XX) a la holandesa; cortes tintados en china. Buenos márgenes pese a que alguna actuación en el s. XVII o XVIII los redujo casi medio centímetro (ver punta superior de folio LXIIII o inferior de LXXIII). Aunque rigurosamente completo, el ejemplar debió sufrir mucho en su penúltimo estado (humedad, moho, suciedad, desgarros) del que el margen la portada y, especialmente, la última hoja fueron rescatadas con restauraciones torpes.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Renouard, Imp. par., II, 1104.- // 'Anotaciones' gramaticales de Jacques Toussain, a las colecciones de epístolas de su maestro y gran amigo, Guillaume Bude. Todas las referencias del texto a las 'epístolas priores' y a las 'epistolas posteriores' de Budé, remiten a sus ediciones más recientes, las de 1520 y marzo de 1522, respectivamente, impresas por Josse Bade ?impresor, también, de estas Anotaciones? La amistad y admiración que Budé profesaba a Toussain hizo que durante años intentase que fuera designado profesor de griego en el College Royal, lo que logró en 1530. Toussain ocupó la plaza hasta su fallecimiento, sucediéndole el célebre Adrièn Turnèbe. La admiración sentida por Budé se refleja también en que si Toussain comenzó siendo un discípulo aventajado, Bude acabó acudiendo a él como auditor particular de sus conclusiones gramaticales.Las ?Epistolas posteriores Annotata in Expositionem Posteriorum Epistolarum Guilielmi Budei Parisiensis a Secretis regis Franciae: cum Chartarum & versiculorum indice in hunc modum?, a partir de f. LXXI. Libro [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Iustini Historici Clarissimi In Trogi Pompeii historias libri quadragintaquatuor, a Ioan. Sichardo summa diligentia recogniti & illustrati. Quibus adiecimus, certo consilio, Sex. Aurelium Victorem, qui Caesarum vitas a D. Augusto ad Theodosium usque, historia prosequutus est. Cum indice.

      Basel (Basileae), Apud Andream Cratandrum, 1526. Cum privilegio Caesareo. (Colophon at the end: 'Basileae, per Andream Cratandrum, Mense Ianuario, anno 1526') 8vo. (VIII),371,(41 index, errata, colophon) p. 20th century overlapping vellum 14.5 cm (Ref: VD16 T 2050; Schweiger 2,487; Graesse 3,512; Ebert 11134) (Details: Printed completely in italic letters. Woodcut printer's mark on the last page, it depicts an almost naked Fortuna with winged feet standing on a globe, which is divided in four parts; in her right hand she hold a opened razor blade, with her left hand she makes a gesture as if she wants to grab something; the back of her head is shaven bald, and the long lock in front is blown to the right; Fortuna stand in an architectural alcove. There is no motto. This variant of Cratander's printer's mark is not mentioned by A. Wolkenhauer, 'Zu schwer für Apoll, die Antike in humanistischen Druckerzeichen des 16. Jahrhunderts', Wiesbaden, 2002) (Condition: Title dustsoiled, and showing a thumbed right edge. Two small holes in the right lower corner of the title. Old ownership entry at the top of the title erased. Old name on the title. Paper somewhat yellowing. Occasional old ink notes and underlinings; right margin cut rather short) (Note: This is an epitome made by one Justinus, probably in the third century A.D., of the 'Historiae Philippicae' of the Augustan historian of Gaulish descent Pompeius Trogus, who got his nomen because his grandfather was given Roman citizenship by Pompeius after his campaign against Sertorius in Spain. Important parts of his 'Historiae', which numbered 44 books, only survive in this epitome of Justin, in which it was boiled down, it is estimated, to 1/10th or 1/6th. (Neue Pauly 10, p. 115) Trogus produced a universal history of the peoples outside Italy. He seems to have used no other sources than Greek historians, and his story runs from Ninus king of Assyria to the absorbtion of the other nations into the Roman empire, and the establishment of the 'Pax Augusta'. Books 7/12 describe the rise of Philip II and of Macedon. Books 13/40 treat the Hellenistic kingdoms. 42/42 contain the history of Parthia, 43 of Italy, and 44 the history of Spain. Inserted are many historical and geographical excursus, for example on the history of Armenia or the Jewish wars. The leading concept of Trogus' history was the so-called 'translatio imperii', which conceived history as a linear succession of empires under a singular ruler or emperor. The narrative is elaborate, dramatic and moralizing. Trogus was, according to Rose, an very passable stylist, who arranged his second hand material intelligently, and showed 'some original views how to write history. (...) Even in this diminished condition (the epitome) the history is interesting reading, often containing facts not to be met with elsewhere, and one of our much too scanty sources for the history of the eastern Mediterranean and the adjacent countries'. (H.J. Rose, 'A Handbook of Latin literature', 'London 1967, p. 312/13) The epitome of Justin was widely read in the Middle Ages, because it seemed to legitimize the 'translatio imperii' to the Pope, but also the emergence of the Holy Roman Empire, as legitimate continuation of the Roman Empire. (See for 'translatio imperii' English Wikipedia) After the Historiae Philippicae has been added the 'Vitae Caesarum' of the late antique Roman historian Aurelius Victor, biographies of Roman emperors from Augustus to Constantius (360 A.D). It treats biographical material in a moralizing fashion, and is based for the first emperors on Suetonius. § The German jurist Johannes Sichard, 1499-1552, was from 1535 till his death professor of Roman Law at the University of Tübingen. This representative of humanistic jurisprudence published on the Codex Iustinianus, but also some important legal texts of Germanic peoples, especially the 'Breviary of Alaric' (Breviarium Alaricianum) (1528), laws of the Ripuarian Franks, Alemanns and Bavarians (1530). He was also a legal counselor in lawsuits for the Dukes of Württemberg in their legal controversies with Ferdinand, king of the Holy Roman empire. This Justinus seems to have been his only edition of a Roman author. (ADB 34, 143/46) It was reissued by Cratander in 1530) (Provenance: On the front flyleaf in pencil: '13 Oc. 1962', written by the Flemish linguist Walter Couvreur, 1914-1996, who was an Orientalist, and professor of Indoeuropean linguistics at the University of Gent. It indicates the date of aquisition. The place of acquisition he wrote on the flyleaf at the end: 'Luik, Halbart'. The ownership entries on the title are made illegible) (Collation: a4, b-z8, A-C8, D6) (Photographs on request)

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         De pace publica, et eius violatoribus, atque proscriptis sive bannitis imperii, Libri duo. De Pignorationibus Liber Unus. Beigebunden: Derselbe: Tractatus de manuum iniectionibus, impedimentis, sive arrestis imperii. Nunc primum in lucem editus. Adiecta s

      Mit Druckermarke auf beiden Titelblättern. Andreas Gaill (1526 - 1587), ist zusammen mit Mynsinger v. Frundeck der Begründer der Kammergerichtsjurisprudenz. Er setzte sich dafür ein, daß neben dem römischen auch das deutsche Recht in der Gerichtspraxis A

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         Mars Moravicus. Sive bella horrida et cruenta, seditiones, tumultus, praelia, turbae: & ex ijs enatae crebrae et funestae rerum mutationes, dirae calamitates, incendia, clades, agrorum depopulationes, urbium vastitates, aedium sacrarum et prophanarum ruinae, arcium et oppidorum eversiones, pagorum cineres, populorum excidia, & alia id genus mala, quae Moravia hactenus passa fuit.

      Tl. 1 (alles Erschiene!) 2. 12 Bll., 958 (recte 956) S., 8 Bll. (Index). Mit Kupfertit. v. Wencesl. Wagner nach Ant. Lublinskij, 1 gefalt. Kupferkarte. HLdr. d. Zt. Berieb. Ohne d. Titelportr., rechtes Drittel d. Karte fehlt. EA. MNE II, 110 Brunet VI, 26494 Graesse V, 218 - Alles Erschienene dieser Geschichte Mährens und Böhmens bis zum Jahr 1526 in der seltenen ersten Ausgabe. - Der Verf., Tomas Jan Pesina z Cechorodu (1629-80) war Dekan an der Prager Domkirche.

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         Sacrarum collationum libri VIII. [...]. Hac editione aliquot illustribus miraculis in S. Encharistia, & S. hostia editis, aucti. Quibus ad omnem vitae humanae usum [...].

      8. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 36 Bll., 882 (recte 884) S., 10 Bll. (das letzte weiß), Ldr. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. Deckel- u. Rückenverg. sowie handschriftl. Rückenschild. Tilmann Bredenbach (1526-1587) frühzeitig Magister der freien Künste, bezog er zur Erlangung des Doctorats der Theologie nochmals 1565 die Universität Ingolstadt, ward Canonicus in Antwerpen, 1567 zu Bonn, dann zu St. Gereon in Köln, 1569 Vorsitzender des geistlichen Raths-Collegiums in Bonn. Innig befreundet und wissenschaftlich verbunden mit dem Vicekanzler Martin Eisengrein zu Ingolstadt machte er mit ihm eine Reise nach Rom. Er war ein eifriger Kämpfer für die katholische Kirche und das Tridentinum [...] (ADB III, 279). - Einband etw. bestoßen. Oberes Kapital m. kl. Wurmspuren. Schließbänder gerissen. Alte Besitzvermerke a. Innendeckel u. Titel. Vorderes Vorsatzbl. entfernt. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig sowie stellenweise schwach wasserrandig. - VD16, B 7379 Adams B 2739 vgl. BM STC, German Books 149 (andere Ausgaben).

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         Annales Suevici sive chronica rerum gestarum antiquissimae et inclytae Suevicae gentis. - Paraleipomenos rerum Suevicarum liber. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden.

      6 Bl., 338 S., 9, 4 Bl., 574 (recte 582) S., 13 6 Bl., 846 S., 22, 1 weißes, 3 Bl., 131 S., 3 Bl. Mit 2 Druckermarken, 5 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Porträts sowie Textholzschnitt von Jakob Züberlein. Fol. (ca. 34,5 x 23 cm). Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder der Zeit mit Plattenstempel auf allen Deckeln. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Das voluminöse Hauptwerk des Altphilologen Crusius (1526-1607), die erste Gesamtdarstellung schwäbischer Geschichte und bis heute eine grundlegende kultur- und landesgeschichtliche Quelle. Der geborene Franke Crusius (Kraus) war seit 1554 Rektor der Lateinschule in Memmingen bevor er 1559 eine Professur für lateinische und griechische Sprache an der Universität Tübingen erhielt, er gilt als "Vorkämpfer des Philhellenismus in Europa" (NDB III, 433 nach Zachariades). - Die ersten drei Teile enthalten die schwäbische Geschichte bis 1594, der schmälere vierte Teil die "Paraleipomenos". Die Porträts zeigen den Verfasser, der Holzschnitt Züberleins (Teil III, S. 819) den knieenden Philipp von Schwaben mit seiner Gemahlin Irene. - Etwas gebräunt, ganz vereinzelte zeitgenössische Anstreichungen oder Marginalien, Vorsätze entfernt, die Innendeckel mit Exlibrisspuren. Die Einbände gering fleckig und wenig berieben, nur Band II am unteren Rücken deutlicher braunfleckig (etwas auf den Vorderdeckel ausgreifend), die Schließbänder fehlen. - Sehr schönes Exemplar in besonders reich verzierten Prägeeinbänden, beide aus der selben Werkstatt, aber leicht abweichend. Die klar zeichnenden Platten (85 x 52 mm) zeigen jeweils Iustitia mit den vier Tugenden und als Gegenstück Fortuna mit den vier freien Künsten, dazu Rollendekor mit Tugenden, Reformatoren etc. Nahezu identische Platten verwendete die berühmte Lüneburger Werkstatt von Hans Stern (vgl. EBDB p002078-79), ein sehr ähnlicher Einband ist bei Dumrese, Lüneburg und die Offizin der Sterne auf den Seiten 14 und 15 abgebildet. *VD 16 C 6103. IA 147.899. Adams C 3006. British Museum, German Books, 230. Heyd 112.

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         BIBLIA SACRA UTRIUSQUE TESTAMENTI (POST INCUNABLE)

      Anwerp and Cologne. Imp Jean thibault. 1526. 16,5x10. s/p.1er Vol post incunable. Magnifica Biblia Sacra con preciosos grabados y publicada por Frans Birckmann. con tapas de madera tallada de época. poco tocada la piel del lomo.

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         Buch der Lieder.

      Kl.-8. Schmutztit., Titel m. kl. Vignette (Lyra), 372 S., 1 Bl. (Verlagsanz.). Restaur. Leinenbd. der Zeit m. goldgepr. Rü.titel u. -verzierungen sowie blindgepr. Deckelrahmen. Einbd. abgewetzt, bestoßen u. fleckig, Rü. neu aufgezogen, Vorsätze erneuert, ges. Buchblock wasserrandig, braunfl. u. z. Tl. stärker abgegriffen, m. mehreren hs. Anmerk. auf Titelbll. u. im Text. Goed. VIII, 555, 26. Borst 1526. Erste Ausgabe von Heines Lyrikband mit romantischen Liebesgedichten, der den Ruhm des Schriftstellers begründete und bis heute zu den bedeutendsten Gedichtsammlungen zählt. Mit den vier Widmungsblättern, die in späteren Auflagen wegfielen, an Friedrich Merckel (2), Salomon Heine und Friederike Varnhagen von Ense sowie den häufig fehlenden Vortitelblatt und Verlagsanzeigen. - Das Buch der Lieder umfasst mit Gedichten zwischen 1817 und 1826 Heines Frühwerk. Von den insgesamt 237 enthaltenen Gedichten, waren viele zuvor schon in Zeitschriften veröffentlicht worden. Hier noch in der unzensierten Form, weil viele Formulierungen, die für zu obszön angesehen wurden, in den späteren Auflagen geändert werden mußten. So wurde beispielsweise aus einem Gedichtanfang, der in der vorliegenden, ersten Auflage noch Auf deinen schneeweißen Busen, Hab? ich mein Haupt gelegt (S. 246) hieß, später An deine schneeweiße Schulter. Hab? ich mein Haupt gelehnt.

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         Decretum aureum divi Gratiani cujus titulus talis est. Incipit concordantia discordantium canonum.

      - Jean Prevel, Parisii 1526, Pet. in-8 (10x15,5cm), ccccxxii (44f.) [Sig. a-z8, &8, aa-ff8, A-R8, S4, T-Z8, A-E8, F4], relié. - Nuova edizione di Pierre Baquelier. 2 piastre pieghevoli di alberi genealogici. Grande rappresentante della miniatura del titolo Graziano scrivere sotto la dettatura dei Padri della Chiesa. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition réalisée par Pierre Baquelier (cette édition avait déjà paru en 1517 et 1519). 2 planches dépliantes d'arbres généalogiques illustrant les lois de la consanguinité. Large vignette de titre représentant Gratian écrivant sous les dictée des Pères de l'église. Marque de l'imprimeur sous le colophon fo.ccccxxii. Impression en caractères gothiques sur 2 colonnes (52 lignes). Edition dont le privilège a été partagé avec Jean Petit. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Exemplaire entièrement rubriqué en rouge, avec les titres également en rouge. Initiales ornées et gravées sur bois. On trouve dans les annexes une biographie de Gratian ; le Decretum abbreviatum in oratione soluta est de Johannes Andreae, ainsi que le texte des planches : Declaratio arboris consanguinitatis, qui se situe au verso des planches et sur 6 feuillets. Colophon : "excussum in officina Johannis Prenel. Anno salutis humane millesimo quinqentesimo vigesimo sexto. Mensis Maij."  Reliure en demi chagrin à coins milieu XIXe. Dos à faux nerfs orné de caissons. Titre et date dorés. Une trace brune de mouillure en marge droite des 10 derniers feuillets sur quelques minimètres ; une tache brune en marge haute sur les 20 derniers feuillets. Brunissure également le long de la marge droite de la page de titre sur quelques minimètres ; on retrouve sur quelques feuillets une tache brune en marge haute. Ensemble plutôt frais, mais quelques feuillets jaunis, notamment dans les tables ; quelques feuillets sont également rognés en marge basse. Une déchirure sur la moitié de la page au feuillet focccxcix. Nombreuses erreurs de foliotation. Le Decret d'or de Gratien ou La concorde des canons discordants (concordantia discordantium canonum), constitué d'un florilège de textes juridiques est l'une des oeuvres canoniques les plus importantes du Moyen âge ; elle rassemble plus de 3800 textes : canons dits apostoliques, textes patristiques, décrétales pontificales, décrets conciliaires, lois romaines et franques, etc. On situe sa composition vers 1140. L'épithète "or" semble particulier à cette édition, on ne le trouve dans aucune autre et il semble que l'on ne nommait pas ainsi son oeuvre, seulement du titre de Decret de Gratien. Le titre de Concordantia semble avoir été choisi par Gratien lui-même, il réfère à la méthode et au projet juridique : les canons sont groupés par thèmes, l'auteur leur ajoutant un commentaire destiné à concilier les différences, le Dictum ; il adopte parfois une méthode inverse, formulant des interrogations sur un même thème, la réponse se faisant sous forme de citations. En mêlant son propre commentaire aux textes juridiques, en regroupant les canons thématiquement par un texte introductif, et en relativisant leurs valeurs, Gratien innove considérablement la littérature juridique. La cohérence propre à l'oeuvre contribuera à son adoption quasi immédiate par de nombreuses écoles de droit.  L'ouvrage est composé de trois parties distinctes : Les Distinctiones, qui regroupent le droit divin, naturel et coutumier ; les Causae qui abordent les grandes sections du droit canonique, à savoir la nomination et la récusation des évêques, les revenus, l'hérésie, l'excommunication ; enfin la dernière partie qui est de loin la plus mince, le De consecratione, qui traite de la consécration des églises, de la messe, du baptême...  L'oeuvre de Gratien demeurera le fondement du droit canonique jusqu'en 1917, date de promulgation du Code de droit canonique.  

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         Proserpina

      1526. Bulino, circa 1526, privo di firma. Da un soggetto di Rosso Fiorentino. Della serie Divinità nelle nicchie. Esemplare nel secondo stato di due, con l'ombra nella nicchia e a destra della figura. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, con sottili margini in ottimo stato di conservazione. La serie Divinità nelle nicchia, fu realizzata dal Caraglio nel 1526, su disegni di Rosso Fiorentino, come documentato dal Vasari. La serie consta di 20 incisioni al bulino, con le divinità raffigurate all'interno di nicchie; le lastre sono numerate e la prima, raffigurante Saturno, reca la firma del Caraglio e la data 1526. Engraving, about 1526, not signed. After a drawing by Rosso Fiorentino. From the series Gods in Niches. Example in the second state of two, with the shadows added in the niche. Fine example, printed on contemporary lid paper, without watermark, thin margins, in very good condition. The series Gods in Niches, after drawings by Rosso Fiorentino, consists of twenty engravings, executed by Caraglio in 1526. The prints are numbered at the lower right lower, just above or in the same level of the Latin inscription. The plate numbered I, representing Saturn, is signed and dated 1526. Bartsch, XV, pp. 77 - 79; E. A. Carroll, Rosso Fiorentino: Drawings, Prints and Decorative Arts, pp. 100 - 121 112 212

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         Opuscula Plutarchi Cheronei sedulo undequaq[ue] collecta, & dilige[n]ter recognita, ac in una[m] facie[m] bellatule coimpressa

      Officina Ascensiana, Paris 1526 - Small folio [14],191 leaves. 18th century blind panelled calf, joints cracked and light wear to extremities. Many woodcut decorative initials, early marginalia and underscoring to few leaves, some minor damp mottling at head with occasional weakening and short closed tears in the margins. Renouard III, 175, no. 9; Hoffmann 3, 198/99. This edition copies the preceding of 1521, with the addition of 8 leaves with 2 new treatises at the end, both of which are translated by Erasmus. It also includes short introductions to several treatises written by contemporary scholars [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         XXV Fabulae. Cividale del Friuli, 1526.

      1526. 4to. 21 pp. Autogr. Latin ms. signed in the dedication. Late 18th c. wrappers. Unpublished autograph manuscript by the Friulian poet (1500-1560), bound together with an autograph letter by his son in the late 18th century. The ms. comprises 17 pages and contains 25 fables: "De Coclea", "De Lactuca", "De Duobus Passeribus", "De Asino", "De Sene Amatore", "De Lupo et Vulpe" etc. - "Fu dotto il Paciani i buon poeta, encomiato da' suoi concittadini e dagli storici di que' tempi. Lasciò un Ms. in idioma latino centenente 'XXV Favole', da lui dedicate nel 1526 a Sua Eccellenza Ludovico Michele 'Provisor Civitatis Perfectum', che conservansi presso la sua famiglia" (Di Manzano). Di Manzano 997. GF IV, 310. Cf. also G. Marchetti, Il Friuli. Uomini e tempi (1959), and G. Nazzi, Dizionario biografico friulani (1992).

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         Document signed. Vienna, 4. XI. 1526.

      1526. 1 p. Oblong folio. Written as Archduke, to Christopher Rauber (1466-1536), Bishop of Ljubljana (and later governor of Carniola), and the Imperial Counsellor Siegmund Dietrichstein Hollenbach (1484-1533), empowering them to enter into negotiations with Krsto Frankopan, Ban of Croatia (d. 1527), regarding the Hungarian crown, which Ferdinand claimed after the death of his brother Louis II of Bohemia and Hungary after the Battle of Mohacs (29 August 1526). - Perfectly preserved.

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         Opus divinum, cui titulus naturalis historiae, multoquam antehac unquam prodiit in lucem castigatius, una cum annotationibus Hermanolai barbari. Paris, (Nicolaus Sauetier) for Jean Petit, 1526.

      1526. Folio. (188), (34), CCCCCXXXVI [= CCCCCXXXVIII; 538] pp. Title-page in red and black and separate title-page to index, both with woodcut border. Elaborately decorated calf, with image of the crucifixion on both panels. Blind-tooled spine. First and only Paris edition of "Historiae naturalis", with the annotations by Hermolaus Barbarus (1454-1494), an Italian Renaissance scholar. His discussions of Pliny's Naturalis Historia was first published as Castigationes Plinianae in 1492, in which he made over 5000 corrections to the original text. Due to this work and other classical works he translated or edited he was considered a leader authority on Latin and Greek work on antiquity. The present copy was published by Jean Petit, in his days a leading book seller in Paris, who's name and device are shown on the title-page with decorative woodcut border. The title-page to the index, here bound before the text, has the initials of the printer Nicolaus Sauetier. - The original text was by Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 - August 25, AD 79), better known as Pliny the Elder. He was a Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher, as well as naval and army commander of the early Roman Empire, and personal friend of the emperor Vespasian. - The Naturalis Historia is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman empire to the modern day and purports to cover the entire field of ancient knowledge, based on the best authorities available to Pliny. He claims to be the only Roman ever to have undertaken such a work. It comprised 37 books in 10 volumes and covered over 20,000 facts on topics including the fields of botany, zoology, astronomy, geology and mineralogy as well as the exploitation of those resources. It remains a standard work for the Roman period and the advances in technology and understanding of natural phenomena at the time. Some technical advances he discusses are the only sources for those inventions, such as hushing in mining technology or the use of water mills for crushing or grinding corn. Much of what he wrote about has been confirmed by archaeology. ''We know from Pliny that there were important pearl fisheries in the Gulf [...] Pliny identifies Tylos (Bahrain) as a place famous for its pearls [... He] attests that pearls were the most highly rated valuable in Roman society, and that those from the Gulf were specially praised [...] The pearl related finds at the site of El-Dur indicate the site was integrated into the maritime trade routes linking the Roman Empire, the Persian Empire, India and South Arabia'' (Carter). Book 6 holds a chapter that gives the first detailed account of the regions around the Gulf, including what are now Qatar, the Emirates and Oman. - Not only is it virtually the only work which describes the work of artists of the time, and has it become an important reference work for the history of art, due to the wide range of topics, the referencing system and index it became a model for later encyclopaedias. - Panels shaved, affecting the decoration, spine cracked on the hinges. With owner's manuscript ownership on title-page of the index, which is bound before text. A good copy. Bird 1910. USTC (2 copies). Not in Adams, BMC French, Durling, Hunt, Wellcome.

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        Sermonum dominicalium totius anni, tum de epistoli, tum de evangeliis pars prima (-secunda). Sermonum dominicalium pars secunda

      Paris: Jean Petit, 1526. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition. Contemporary vellum, worn and soiled, spine torn and defective, front joint cracked, old name scratched out on title page, minor worming, soiling, scattered dampstains, mostly minor old marks and notes to text, extensive notes to endpapers; generally clean and an attractively printed book. [4], 256, [6], 271pp. Printed by Charlotte Guillard, the great Parisian printer, after her marriage in 1520 to Claude Chevallon - she had taken over her previous husband's printing business upon his death in 1519 and continued to run the business until her death in 1557. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Inventory No: 046100.

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