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         Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (Life of Erasmus - Coloquies - The Herculean Labours of Ersmus)

      Basel: Self, 1536. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Good+/No Jacket. 16mo - over 5¾ - 6¾" tall. This book is from the library of J. Alden Weir and was catalogued "The Herculean Labours of Erasmus" with a publication date of 1536 and attributed to Dasipodius. There is no title page per se. The preface (colophon) indicates that this is biography of Erasmus and the titles of the chapters range from childhood through his letters. On a page headed Author, the three prominent names are Hieronymo Frobenius (there are other works on Erasmus attributed to Frobenius), Nicolao Episcopio and Boniface Amberbach. These people were in Basel at about this time (as was Dasipodius). The latest date found is 1536, but this is also the date of the death of Erasmus. The spine has a date of 1550 inked on it. This book is clean, tight, square and essentially unmarked (a few notes). It is rubbed. It has 775 amazingly clear, lightly toned pages written in Latin and Greek bound in boards covered in pigskin. The spine has three raised bands with an inked titles (Erasmus) and date (1550). There's a small split at the base of the spine, some notes (dated 1720) on the front paste down, and the remains of brass clasps on the fore edge. There is an index and a catalog of Erasmus' Colloquies including: The art of magic - The frustration of the art of remembering. Gains from the road to the attainment of learning and teaching; Friendship - natural attractions and repulsions among the animals; Poetic Entertainment; Fabulous Entertainment various histories and myths; Profane ENtertainment - food & fasting, superstition & cruelty; Charon - detests war among Christians; and more. Pardon our poor translations, I wish we had the scholarship to describe the contents this amazing book more accurately.

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         Vitruvio, Architettura, con il suo comento et figure Vetruvio in volgar lingua raportato per M. Gianbatista caporali di Perugia

      Stamperia Conte Iano Bioazzini, 1536. Vol In-8°, dimensions 28,3 x 2,5 x 20,5 cm. Later hard cover on half parchemin and marbelized cardboard. One page restored on bottom right. Otherwise excelletn conditions. Many beautiful b/w woodcut on architecture, some of which full page. First edition of the traslation of the "De Architecture" by Vitrius by Giovanni Battista Caporali. Spine with name of author "Vitruv" and part of the title "Archit" on engraved golden letters. Very nice edition of Vitrius most popular essay on architecture.

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         Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (Life of Erasmus - Coloquies - The Herculean Labours of Ersmus)

      Self, Basel 1536 - This book is from the library of J. Alden Weir and was catalogued "The Herculean Labours of Erasmus" with a publication date of 1536 and attributed to Dasipodius. There is no title page per se. The preface (colophon) indicates that this is biography of Erasmus and the titles of the chapters range from childhood through his letters. On a page headed Author, the three prominent names are Hieronymo Frobenius (there are other works on Erasmus attributed to Frobenius), Nicolao Episcopio and Boniface Amberbach. These people were in Basel at about this time (as was Dasipodius). The latest date found is 1536, but this is also the date of the death of Erasmus. The spine has a date of 1550 inked on it. This book is clean, tight, square and essentially unmarked (a few notes). It is rubbed. It has 775 amazingly clear, lightly toned pages written in Latin and Greek bound in boards covered in pigskin. The spine has three raised bands with an inked titles (Erasmus) and date (1550). There's a small split at the base of the spine, some notes (dated 1720) on the front paste down, and the remains of brass clasps on the fore edge. There is an index and a catalog of Erasmus' Colloquies including: The art of magic - The frustration of the art of remembering. Gains from the road to the attainment of learning and teaching; Friendship - natural attractions and repulsions among the animals; Poetic Entertainment; Fabulous Entertainment various histories and myths; Profane ENtertainment - food & fasting, superstition & cruelty; Charon - detests war among Christians; and more. Pardon our poor translations, I wish we had the scholarship to describe the contents this amazing book more accurately. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum declamatio invectiva.

      - Köln, Eucharius Agrippinas (d.i. Eucharius Cervicornus oder Hitzhorn, 1536?). 8vo. 207 (statt 208, fehlt Titel) Bl. Späterer Leder mit oxydierter Goldprägung auf Rücken und Deckeln. Frühe Ausgabe dieser berühmten Satire in der Nachfolge des erasmischen 'Lobs der Torheit'. "Was von Kritik der Philosophie, insbesondere der aristotelischen Lehre und Logik, der scholastischen Theologie, der Astrologie, der Alchemie hervorgetreten war, (stellte Agrippa hier) zu dem ersten modernen Kompendium der Skepsis zusammen und verband dies mit einer Geißelung der kirchlichen und politischen Mißstände . Den positiven Hintergrund bildet seine neuplatonische Theosophie" (Ueberweg III, 138).- Das Druckjahr lässt sich aufgrund des fehlenden Titelblattes nicht genau angeben. Alle Ausgaben mit 208 Bl. sind bei Cervicornus in Köln erschienen. Es gibt Exemplare mit der Jahresangabe 1531, 1532 und 1536.- Vgl. VD 16, A 1152, 1153, 1160, ZV 267 und ZV 271; Hayn/Got. I, 33; Adams A 381. - Exemplar mit dem Exlibris von Fritz Mauthner auf dem Innendeckel. Mauthner gab Agrippas Schrift 1913 in deutscher Übersetzung in der "Bibliothek der Philosophen" des Georg Müller Verlages heraus. Die Paginierung wohl von seiner Hand. - Berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Rücken am Kapital ausgebessert. Vorsätze im 20. Jh. erneuert, die Innengelenke mit Leinenstreifen überklebt. Gleichmäßig gebräunt und etwas braunfleckig. Im 20. Jh. handschriftlich in Tinte paginiert, einige Unterstreichungen von alter Hand. Vorderer Vorsatz gestempelt. Es fehlt der Titel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Libro di arithmetica e geometria speculativa e praticale... intitulato Scala grimaldelli. Nouamente stampato. -

      Venezia, Bindoni e Pasini, 1536. In-4 (21 x 15,2). Legatura coeva in pergamena, piccola mancanza restaurata al dorso. Titolo entro bordura silografica formata da quattro legni, 3 graziose iniziali decorative, e diversi calcoli matematici, diagrammi e figure geometriche nei margini esterni del testo. (80) ff.; carta un po' ossidata e con lieve alone d'umidità, qualche macchiolina e restauro all'angolo superiore esterno dell'ultima carta; sul frontespizio antico timbro e nota a penna "libro di Jacopo Gatti"; esemplare dalla biblioteca Honeyman. Seconda edizione (prima: 1527) di un notevole testo di matematica, molto usato da mercanti, ingegneri ed agrimensori (Feliciano fu il primo a menzionare l'uso dello squadro, indicandolo come indispensabile). Si ispira al Borghi e al Paciuoli, ma tratta i vari argomenti (geometria, algebra, aritmetica mercantile, pesi, misure, agrimensura) in maniera molto più agevole e pratica, per cui ebbe un tale successo, da essere ancora ristampato nel 1692. DBI 36, pp. 347-349. Riccardi II, 21 e Appendice, 48. Edit 16, CNCE 18698. Smith, Rara Arithmetica, 148: ""Feliciano's second work was highly esteemed as a textbook for schools... The first part of the book is commercial in character, and in the second part the author treats of roots, rule of false, and algebra, the third part being devoted to geometry from the practical side. More complete than the Treviso book, more modern than Borghi, more condensed and practical than Paciuolo, few books had greater influence on the subsequent teaching of elementary mathematics." Second edition (first: 1527) of one of the most popular mathematical textbooks of the 16th and 17th centuries. It treats commercial arithmetic, algebra, weights, measures and surveying. Title within an ornamental border, 3 decorative woodcut initials, and many computations, woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the margins. Contemporary limp vellum, spine with small repair; paper toned, mild dampstain, and upper outer corner of last leaf repaired just touching two letters of text; early collector's stamp on title and ownership inscription of Jacopo Gatti; from the Robert D. Honeyman collection (see: "The Honeyman Collection of Scientific Books", IV, nr.1280).

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         Vitruvio, Architettura, con il suo comento et figure Vetruvio in volgar lingua raportato per M. Gianbatista caporali di Perugia

      Stamperia Conte Iano Bioazzini 1536 - Vol In-8°, dimensions 28,3 x 2,5 x 20,5 cm. Later hard cover on half parchemin and marbelized cardboard. One page restored on bottom right. Otherwise excelletn conditions. Many beautiful b/w woodcut on architecture, some of which full page. First edition of the traslation of the "De Architecture" by Vitrius by Giovanni Battista Caporali. Spine with name of author "Vitruv" and part of the title "Archit" on engraved golden letters. Very nice edition of Vitrius most popular essay on architecture. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 30% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 2500 euro. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Reformation der Apotecken, welche inhaltet vil guter stück, die eynem yeglichen fast nützlich sein [.]. Von edlen steynen, wie die zuken[n]en [.] Wie man Syrupen, Latwergen, und Confect machen soll, verteütscht auß dem Latein durch D. Hansen Eles.

      Strasbourg, Wendelin Rihel d. Ä., 1536. - 4to. (4), LIV pp. With title woodcut and several woodcut initials. (Bound after) II: Ryff, Walther Hermann. Ein wolgegründet, nutzlich und heilsam handtbüchlin, gmeyner Practick der gantzen leib artzney [.]. (Strasbourg, Balthasar Beck), 1541. 4 parts. (224) ff. (last blank), (140), XC, (12) ff. (last blank). With 21 woodcuts in the text. Contemporary full pigskin over wooden boards with bevelled edges, blindstamped with evangelists' roll. 2 clasps. I: Very rare first edition of this book on the equipping and the managing of pharmacies. A single copy in auction records (2011, Reiss, sale 142: 40,000 Euros, also bound in a medical sammelband). The pretty woodcut on the title page shows the interior of a pharmacy, with one apothecary taking over a client's recipe, another fetching a can from a shelf, and a third at work with mortar and pestle. - The humanist, physician and theologian Brunfels (1490-1534), "first in time and importance among the German botanists of the 16th century" (Garrison/Morton 279), turned to Lutheranism in 1521, after which he had to flee; Ulrich von Hutten found him a parish near Frankfurt. Later, Brunfels turned to Basel, where he earned an M.D. degree, and Strasbourg, where he published several works on pharmacy and paediatrics. - Slight brownstaining and waterstaining; a few occasional edge flaws. The lower margin of fol. 30 contains an extensive, roughly contemporary note on camphor: "Der recht natürlich campher wirdt also probiert: Nimm ein new backen brot als bald es auß dem ofen kommen ist, schneids mitten entzwei, leg den campher darein: so er wässerecht wirdt, ist er rechtschaffen, so er aber dierr und trucken bleibt ist er gemacht, sol wol bewart werden verschwinden liederlich, man soll in behalten in aine marmelsteinen oder Alabastunen geschirr, darzu gethan leinsamen [.]". - II: First edition of this copious medical manual. The woodcuts show babies in the womb, two Phlebotomy Men, the blood vessels of the head (used twice), and two different diagrams of the eye (one a cross-section such as it would be used three decades later in Alhazen's "Opticae Thesaurus"). Leonhard Fuchs would challenge the publication as an adaptation of his own "De medendis singularum humani corporis partium libri IV". - Old handwritten ownership on title page deleted; some browning and waterstaining. Slight worming to front endpapers; endpapers at rear have additional recipes in a contemporary hand. The pretty binding shows slight worming, otherwise well-preserved. I: VD 16, B 8567. Durling 730. IA 125.663. Muller 394, 6. Adlung/Urdang 83f. - II: VD 16, R 4007-4008. Benzing 115. Muller II, 312, 94. Ritter (Rép.) 2035. Waller 8350. Not in Bird, Durling, Lesky, Osler, Ritter (Cat.), STC, Wellcome etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         PUB. VIRGILII MARONIS BUCOLICA, GEORGICA, AENEIS. Cum Servij commentarijs accuratissime emendatis, in quibus multa quae deerant sunt addita, Grecae dictiones & versus ubique restituti. Sequitur Probi celebris grammatici in Bucolica, et Georgica commentariolus, non ante impressus. Ad hos Donati fragmenta, Christofori Landini, et Antonii Mancinelli commentarii

      in Officina Aurelii Pincii excussi et per Baptistam Egnatium emendati, 1536. In-8 p. (mm. 209x150), p. pergamena antica, nome autore ms. al dorso (risg. rifatti), 8 cc.nn., XLVIII,CXVIII,CCCXVI cc.num., bella vignetta al frontespizio (con la figura del poeta al centro), molto ben illustrato nel t. da 17 pregevoli vignette dedicate alle 10 egloghe delle "Bucoliche" - ai 4 libri delle "Georgiche" - ai 12 libri dell'"Eneide", tutte xilografate; ornato da grandi capilettera figurati, pure inc. su legno. L'opera, introdotta da una "vita" dell'Autore, è commentata dal grammatico latino Servio (4°-5° sec. d.C.), famoso interprete di Virgilio. Cfr. Mambelli "Gli annali delle edizioni virgiliane", n. 177. Rara edizione. Corto del margine super.; frontesp. restaur. per piccole manc. marginali (non di testo); ultime 2 cc. restaur. per ang. super. manc.; 2 cc. con macchie; ca. 20 cc. con alone. A parte questi difetti, discreto esemplare.

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         Pomponii Melae De situ orbis libri tres cum Petri Ioannis Oliuarij Valentini, uiri in Geographia doctissimi Scholijs. Hermolai Barbari in eundem Pomponium Melam Castigationes.

      1536 - C. Iulii Solini Polyhistor, sive rerum Orbis memorabilium collectanea, partim ad uetustissimorum exemplarium fidem restituta, partim Scholijs illustrata [.]. [Basel : Winter, ca 1536]. 8, k. 24 nlb., s. 407, inicjały, opr. psk. wtórna. Ślady zawilg. i kornika. Stan dobry. Zapiski odręczne na marginesach (s. 235 i 237). Wydanie bez adresu wydawniczego. Na grzbiecie wytłoczony adres: Parisiis 1536, ale to prawdopodobnie adres mylny. Wg IDS Basel/Bern egzemplarz zidentyfikowany jako pochodzący z Of. Wintera w Bazylei - mają na to wskazywać inicjały na s. 110 (D) i 145 (E). Pomponius Mela - geograf z I wieku, pochodzenia hiszpańskiego, z rodziny Seneki, autor zachowanego dzieła „De chorographia" (tytuł właściwy) w 3 księgach - napisanego w czasach Kaliguli i Klaudiusza (37-54 n. e.), które stanowi krytyczne kompendium całej ówczesnej wiedzy z dziedziny geografii. Solinus Caius Julius - astronom, geograf i pisarz rzymski z III lub IV wieku n. e. , autor zachowanego dzieła „Collectanea rerum memorabilium", którego materiał pochodzi głównie z „Historii naturalnej" Pliniusza, uzupełniony przez niego tylko ciekawostkami zebranymi głównie ze świata zwierząt. „Polyhistor" to przeróbka dokonana w VI wieku. Barbarus Hermolaus (1454-1493) - humanista, dyplomata, patriarcha Akwilei, autor komentarzy do dzieł starożytnych autorów. Rzadkie. Traces od moisture and woodworm, good condition. Handwritten marginalia on p. 235 and 237. Edition without publisher's data. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         PUB. VIRGILII MARONIS BUCOLICA, GEORGICA, AENEIS. Cum Servij commentarijs accuratissime emendatis, in quibus multa quae deerant sunt addita, Grecae dictiones & versus ubique restituti. Sequitur Probi celebris grammatici in Bucolica, et Georgica commentariolus, non ante impressus. Ad hos Donati fragme

      Venetiis, in Officina Aurelii Pincii excussi et per Baptistam Egnatium emendati, 1536. In-8 p. (mm. 209x150), p. pergamena antica, nome autore ms. al dorso (risg. rifatti), 8 cc.nn., XLVIII,CXVIII,CCCXVI cc.num., bella vignetta al frontespizio (con la figura del poeta al centro), molto ben illustrato nel t. da 17 pregevoli vignette dedicate alle 10 egloghe delle “Bucoliche” - ai 4 libri delle “Georgiche” - ai 12 libri dell'”Eneide”, tutte xilografate; ornato da grandi capilettera figurati, pure inc. su legno. L'opera, introdotta da una “vita” dell'Autore, è commentata dal grammatico latino Servio (4°-5° sec. d.C.), famoso interprete di Virgilio. Cfr. Mambelli “Gli annali delle edizioni virgiliane”, n. 177. Rara edizione. Corto del margine super.; frontesp. restaur. per piccole manc. marginali (non di testo); ultime 2 cc. restaur. per ang. super. manc.; 2 cc. con macchie; ca. 20 cc. con alone. A parte questi difetti, discreto esemplare.

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         ARCHITETTURA CON IL SUO COMENTO ET FIGURE. VETRUVIO IN VOLGAR LINGUA RAPORTATO PER M. GIANBATISTA CAPORALI DI PERUGIA.

      nella Stamparia del Conte Iano Bigazzini, 1536. In-4 p. (mm. 282x210), cartonato settecentesco (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 2 cc.nn. (frontesp. figurato e dedica del Caporali al Conte Iano Bigazzini), 131 cc.num. (la prima con un asterisco); il vol. - suddiviso in V libri - è illustrato da numerosissime xilografie nel t. di vario formato. "Prima e unica edizione col commento del Caporali" e terza traduzione italiana. Le xilografie che la illustrano, in gran parte riproducono (con piccole variazioni) quelle dell'edizione comasca del 1521 che Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo, nel suo "Trattato dell'arte della pittura.." (Milano, 1584), asserisce ricavate da disegni di Leonardo, Butinone e Cicerchio, donati al Cesariano da Gaudenzio Ferrari. Le incisioni raffigurano costruzioni antiche e moderne confrontate nei commenti, ed è particolarmente ricca l'iconografia dedicata ai rapporti tra armonia e architettura. Il Caporali tradusse e commentò solamente i primi cinque libri di Vitruvio e il suo commento è di notevole importanza; di particolare interesse è la parte dedicata ai capitoli del V libro sull'armonia, l'acustica e il teatro, compilati da un esperto di teoria musicale, quale fu il curatore. Cfr. Studi e documenti d'architettura, n. 8, 12 - Fowler, 400 - Cicognara,706 - Berlin Katalog,I,1805. Il perugino Giovan Battista Caporali (1476-1560), detto Bitte, fu architetto, pittore e miniatore. Formatosi alla scuola del Perugino e collaboratore del Pinturicchio, è meglio noto per le opere del periodo più tardo, svoltosi nell'orbita di Raffaello e di Michelangelo (affreschi della villa Passerini presso Cortona, della quale fu anche architetto). Con tracce d'uso e, alle prime carte, lievi aloni margin.; restauro per strappo alla c. 31, ma certamente un buon esemplare.

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         Architettura: Con il suo Co[m]mento et Figure. Vetruvio in Volgar Lingua [I Dieci Libri dell'architettura]

      Perugia: Giano Bigazzini, 1536. First Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. 18th century leatehr backed marbled boards, wear at corners, hinges rubbed, some mild worming, small paper adhesion to boards - quite sound overall. Old pencil notes to front endpaper, some soiling and staining to title, scattered mostly minor foxing, stains, finger soiling to pages, bottom right corner torn from page 51 not touching text. Still very good overall and a nice copy of an early Italian edition of the first 5 books of Vitruvius. (3), 131 leaves. Illustrated throughout. Brunet V 1330, Graesse V 379. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Architecture; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046565.

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         ARCHITETTURA CON IL SUO COMENTO ET FIGURE. VETRUVIO IN VOLGAR LINGUA RAPORTATO PER M. GIANBATISTA CAPORALI DI PERUGIA.

      Perugia, nella Stamparia del Conte Iano Bigazzini, 1536. In-4 p. (mm. 282x210), cartonato settecentesco (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 2 cc.nn. (frontesp. figurato e dedica del Caporali al Conte Iano Bigazzini), 131 cc.num. (la prima con un asterisco); il vol. - suddiviso in V libri - è illustrato da numerosissime xilografie nel t. di vario formato. "Prima e unica edizione col commento del Caporali" e terza traduzione italiana. Le xilografie che la illustrano, in gran parte riproducono (con piccole variazioni) quelle dell'edizione comasca del 1521 che Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo, nel suo “Trattato dell'arte della pittura..” (Milano, 1584), asserisce ricavate da disegni di Leonardo, Butinone e Cicerchio, donati al Cesariano da Gaudenzio Ferrari. Le incisioni raffigurano costruzioni antiche e moderne confrontate nei commenti, ed è particolarmente ricca l'iconografia dedicata ai rapporti tra armonia e architettura. Il Caporali tradusse e commentò solamente i primi cinque libri di Vitruvio e il suo commento è di notevole importanza; di particolare interesse è la parte dedicata ai capitoli del V libro sull'armonia, l'acustica e il teatro, compilati da un esperto di teoria musicale, quale fu il curatore. Cfr. Studi e documenti d'architettura, n. 8, 12 - Fowler, 400 - Cicognara,706 - Berlin Katalog,I,1805. Il perugino Giovan Battista Caporali (1476-1560), detto Bitte, fu architetto, pittore e miniatore. Formatosi alla scuola del Perugino e collaboratore del Pinturicchio, è meglio noto per le opere del periodo più tardo, svoltosi nell'orbita di Raffaello e di Michelangelo (affreschi della villa Passerini presso Cortona, della quale fu anche architetto). Con tracce d'uso e, alle prime carte, lievi aloni margin.; restauro per strappo alla c. 31, ma certamente un buon esemplare.

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         Architettura: Con il suo Co[m]mento et Figure. Vetruvio in Volgar Lingua [I Dieci Libri dell'architettura]

      Giano Bigazzini, Perugia 1536 - 18th century leatehr backed marbled boards, wear at corners, hinges rubbed, some mild worming, small paper adhesion to boards - quite sound overall. Old pencil notes to front endpaper, some soiling and staining to title, scattered mostly minor foxing, stains, finger soiling to pages, bottom right corner torn from page 51 not touching text. Still very good overall and a nice copy of an early Italian edition of the first 5 books of Vitruvius. (3), 131 leaves. Illustrated throughout. Brunet V 1330, Graesse V 379. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Architecture; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046565. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Ars Amatoria

      Simonem Colineum, Paris 1536 - In 12°, completo, 200 pp.,legatura in piena pelle, piatti con corone d’alloro dorate al centro, dorso con nervi, dorso e cuffie restaurate, insieme omogeneo, testo in buon stato, pagine leggermente brunite ai bordi, antica scrittura su dorso dell’ultimo foglietto 1 volume in 12°, complete, 200 pp., full leather bound , covers with gilt laurel crowns in the centre, ribbed mended back and spine-end, overall nice, text in good condition, pages lightly browned at the corners, old handwriting on the retro of the last leaf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Redaelli Alberto]
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         CANTICA

      Venice: Giolitte da Grino, 1536. Thick, small quarto rebound in dark brown leather with six-band embossed spine and gold letters on burgundy frame; VG; binding strong; boards with slight fraying around edges and moderate soiling or shelf wear; front gutter shows some soiling; lacking title page and last leaf; first front page contains description in French from previous owner; paper slightly faded with occasional staining not affecting text; text in tight italic print; pp. 417; shelved in Case # 3. Dupont.

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         1536 German Bible Folio - Printed at Wittenberg

      - 1536 Bible by title page 1557 is a date found elsewhere in the Bible. History of Bible: First printed in 1534, Luther's translation was considered largely responsibly for evolution of modern German language. Leather cover, wood engravings through, text embellished at beginning of chapters and paragraphs. Pp 8.5" x 12.5". 289 pp of text in first part of book, numbered on right only, except 289 misprinted as 789. Second part of Bible numbered 324pp the same way. Front and back cover and 1st 6pp detached. Spine ragged, last few pp semi detached. First 3 pp marked a bit, but inside book clean, bright, and good. No writing inside front cover. some underlining of passages. Back cover numerous ad various markings, etc. The task of translating the Bible which he thus assumed was to absorb him until the end of his life. While Luther was sequestered in the Wartburgtle (1521-1522) he began to translated the New Testament in German in order to make it more accessible to all the people of the "Holy Roman Empire of the German nation." He used Erasmus' second edition (1519 of the Greek New Testament - Erasmus' Greek text would come to be known as the Textus Receptus. To help him in translating Luther would make forays into the nearby towns and markets to listen to people speak. He wanted to ensure their comprehension by a translation closest to their contemporary language usage. It was published in September 1522, 6 months after he had returned to Wittenberg. In the opinion of the 19th century theologian and church historian, Philip Schaff, "The richest fruit of Luther's leisure in the Wartburg. and the most important and useful work of his whole life, is the translation of the New Testament, by which he brought the teaching and example to Christ and the Apostles to the mind ad heart of the Germans in life-like reproduction. It was a republication of the gospel. He made the Bible the people's book in church, school and house." The translation of the entire Bible into German was published in a six part edition in 1534, a collaborative effort of Luther, Johannes Bugenhagen, Justus Jonas, Caspar Creuziger, Philipp Melanchthon, Matthaus Aurogallus, and Georg Rorer. Luther worked on refining the translation up to his death in 1546: he had worked on the edition that was printed that year. Lutehr added the word "alone" (Allein in German) to Romans 3:28 controversially so that it read: "thus, we hold, then, that man is justified without the works of the law to do, alone through aith" The word "alone" does not appear in the original Greek text, but Luther defended his translation by maintaining that the adverb "alone" was required both by idiomatic German and the apostle Paul's intended meaning. This is a literalist view rather than a literal view of the Bible which is contrary to all other references in the bible, especially the Epistle of James. Darlow and Moule #4202 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Clarissimi iureconsulti DN. Stephani de Phedericis Brixiensis, De interpretatione iuris, commentarii IIII. iam recens studiosis restituti, & a mendis quantum fieri potuit, repurgati:

      1536 - in quibus ipsa topica, quatenus quidem illa ad iurisprudentiam faciunt, diligenter & doctč suis quaeq[ue] locis tractantur. Lugduni (Lyon) 1536. Apud Ioannem Frellaeum. (16 x 10,5 cm), k. [8], s. 201, [1], k. [10], inicjały w drzewor. (+ SECOND TITLE): GARIBALDI Matteo Mofa - De ratione studendi libri tres. Lege quisquis ingenio delectaris. & fruere. Lugduni (Lyon) 1544. Apud Seb. Gryphium. (16 x 10,5 cm), s. 269, [1], współopr., opr. perg. z epoki. Dwa tytuły prac o charakterze prawniczym. 1. Komentarze i interpretacje prawnicze. Ślady zawilg., pierwsze 9 kart w reprodukcji, na wyklejce nalepka własn., zapiski, wczesne marginalia i podkreślenia w tekście. 2. Praktyczny podręcznik dla studentów prawa, w trzech księgach, to najważniejsza praca włoskiego prawnika Garibaldi Matteo Mofa (1505-1564). Ślady niew. zawilg., brak kilku ostatnich kart indexu. Stan dobry. 2 WORKS ON LAW BOUND TOGETHER. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De vasculis libellus, adulescentulorum causa ex Baysio decerptus, addita vulgari Latinarum vocum interpretation. Parisiis:

      ex officina Rob. Stephani [Excudebat Rob. Stephanus, Parisiis, ann. 1536. 15. Cal. Iunii (18 maggio 1536)], Parisiis - "8vo (172x110 mm), modern boards covered with a copy of an incunable leaf; pp. 56, [8]. Varie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Iurisconsultorum [Jurisconsultorum] Vitae

      1536. Humanistic Biographies of the Great Jurists of Ancient Rome Rutilio, Bernardino [1504-1538]. Iurisconsultorum Vitae. Rome: Romae: Apud Antonium Bladum, 1536. [xvi], CCCLXVII, [1] pp. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp boards, later hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, moderate rubbing to extremities, spine darkened, hinges cracked, upper section lacking from front free endpaper, which is pasted to front pastedown. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, occasional brief early annotations, minor worming to a few leaves, light soiling to title page. $2,000. * First edition. Rutilio was Italian jurist and humanist scholars. He was also one of the first authors to compile biographies of lawyers. Iurisconsultorum Vitae describes the lives and achievements of 77 Roman jurists, from Papirius to Tribonian. Distinguished by its discerning criticism and careful use of sources, the work was well-received. It went through later editions in 1537, 1538, 1539, 1545, 1584 and 1718. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 2 copies of the first edition in North America (University of Minnesota Law School, Yale). Censimento Nazeionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE24161.

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         arbaa veesrim

      Froben, Basel, Switzerland 1536 - Probably a 16th century north European binding, possibly Dutch. All edges gilt, gauffered (goffered / gauffred). Albertus Isindorf's name appears on the gilt edge. Old leather binding in good condition. Pastedown page has ink inscription: ALBERTUS ISINDORFF. Praecons: et Scholarissa donavit. OCLC: Number of libraries worldwide that own item: 1. There is old Latin marginalia in the first 25 pages in a very neat hand. Large Froben device on title, another one smaller at the end. Book headings within fine woodcut frames; three sectional, divisional, half titles. Opening words surrounded by decorative floral and historiated borders. Text in Hebrew, square types pointed (with Nikud, vowelization), with cantilations. The first complete Hebrew Bible edited by the Christian scholar Sebastian Muenster, the eminent German Hebraist, geographer, and mathematician. The text, based mainly on the first Biblia Rabbinica, was printed in a Hebrew Latin edition at Basel in 1534, 1535, and "exercised considerable influence on versions made by the Reformers, e.g. in Switzerland, and on the English translation known as 'the Great Bible'." Darlow and Moule 5087 note. Friedberg T115.; Cowley 76; Adams B1220. This is the first appearance of Sebastian Muenster¿s famed Bible edition presented in Hebrew only. At the end is the order of the Haftarot, so clearly it was meant to be used by Jews. 999 + 180 + [16] pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         MOZART W. A. Quintettes Violons Altos Violoncelle ca1800

      - MOZART W. A. Quintettes pour 2 Violons, 2 Altos et Violoncelle par W. A. Mozart - Trois Quintetti pour deux violons, deux alto et Violoncelle composés par W. Amédée Mozart 1er Livre :Oeuvre 6e No 14, 15 & 16 Gravés par Richomme Paris, chez Pleyel Auteur et Editeur 842 23 + 15 + 16 + 15 + 17pages - Quintetto No 6 concertant pour deux Violons, Deux Alto et Violoncelle composé par W. A. Mozart Livre 6e Paris, chez Sieber père Editeur et Marchand de Musique 1536 7 + 6 + 4 + 4 + 4pages - Grand Quintetto No 7 pour deux Violons, Deux Altos et un Violoncelle composé par Mozart Paris, chez Imbault, Marchand de Musique 168 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 4pages - Grand Quintetto pour deux Violons, Deux Altos, et un Violoncelle composé par Mozart Paris, chez Imbault, Marchant de Musique 349 10 + 9 + 9 + 7 + 6pages Fin XVIIIe / Début XIXe siècle Très bon état 027208 Nouveau

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         Ordonnances du très chrestien Roy de Fra[n]ce Françoys premier de ce nom réduictes par tiltres & articles & ordre selon les matières ordonnées estre gardées & observées en ces pays de Prove[n]ce, Forcalquier & terres adiace[n]tes selon s'en ensuyva[n]t la réformation par luy faicte sur le faict de la iustice desdictz pays lan mil cinq cens tre[n]te cinq (.).

      Avignon, Jean de Channey, août 1536, - in-folio gothique, cv ff., y compris le titre dans un encadrement gravé, [9] ff. n. ch. de table, sign. A-T, toutes en 6, basane brune, dos à nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné, tranches mouchetées (reliure du XVIIe s.). Surcharges manuscrites anciennes, mais bon exemplaire. Très rare recueil d'ordonnances spécifiquement applicables au Comté de Provence ; il a été partage entre deux imprimeurs (cf. infra). D'après l'exemplaire de la Bibliothèque de Grasse, il a été précédé par une édition de 1535 chez Denys de Harsy à Lyon. Brunet II, 387-389 (pour les deux éditions de 1535 et 1536). Baudrier X, 303 (notre édition). La présence de cette impression avignonnaise dans Baudrier s'explique parce que Jean de Channey, originaire de Piémont, a commencé par être actif à Lyon de 1500 à 1512, avant de demander aux consuls d'Avignon la faculté d'exercer en leur ville, ce qui fut accordé en 1513 ; ses presses produisirent désormais à Avignon, mais il semble avoir gardé des liens avec Lyon, comme l'atteste notre édition partagée. Au CCF, seule la Méjanes signale un exemplaire avec l'adresse de Channey, les autres fonds possèdent le même texte mais imprimé chez Jean Vincent à Lyon. Relié avec trois recueils peu communs concernant le droit de Provence, et dont les deux premiers sont souvent joints au titre principal dans les exemplaires : I. Ordonnances et édict du Roy, pour les cas royaux appartenans aufx baillifz & séneschaux du Royaume de France / publié en la court de Parlement à Paris au moys de décembre / mil cinq cens trente six. S.l.n.d. [1536], [4] ff. n. ch. Il est possible que ce titre ne forme qu'une annexe du principal. II. Sensuyvent les taux, modérations, salaires & émolumens des greffiers du Parlement, des advocatz, procureurs & greffiers, des lieutenans, des iuges ordinaires, des huissiers & sergens avec le grand arrest donné par nostre trèschrestien Roy de France touchant la confirmation de la iustice & ordonna[n]ces de ce présent pays de Prove[n]ce & la modératio[n] des ame[n]des de douze vingt livres en cas d'erreur & de mises aux p[re]mières ordonnances de ce Parlement de Provence. Avec les villes & chasteaulx de Prove[n]ce extraictes par masitre Antoine Arena. Lyon, Denis de Harsy, 1545, [32] ff. n. ch., sign. aa-hh, toutes en 4. Absent de Baudrier. III. BOMY (Jean de ) : Recueil de quelques coustumes du pays de Provence. Avec un petit traicté de meslanges contenant plusieurs choses notables. Le tout très-utile & nécessaire à tous praticiens, experts, estimateurs, & autres. Rangé & composé respectivement par Me Iean de Bomy, jadis avocat en la Cour. Reveu & corrigé de nouveau outre les précédentes impressions. Aix, Charles David, 1665, [2] ff. n. ch. (titre, extrait des registres du Parlement), 67 pp. Gouron & Terrin, 1873. C'est la rémpression augmentée d'un petit traité de 1620, qui se trouve soit inclus dans l'édition des Statuts et coutumes de Provence donnée par Bomy, soit, à la même date, sous forme d'édition séparée. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Hore beate Marie virginis secundum usum Romanu[m]

      Paris: Germain Hardouyn, [1536]. totaliter ad longum sine require impresse Parisius per G[ermanum]. Hardouyn alme universitatis Parisiensis bibliopole iurati. Commorantis inter duas portas Palatij, ad intersignium dive Margarete. Narrow octavo (141 x 67 mm), 90 unnumbered leaves (collates: a–k8 l4 m6). Contemporary red morocco, double gilt rules either side of raised bands and to sides in a panelled frame, marbled paper pastedowns, plain paper endleaves, gilt edges. Housed in a burgundy quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Printed on vellum. Without borders; Black letter with illuminated initials. 15 hand-coloured and illuminated miniatures in the Italian style with painted gold borders, 1-, 2- and 3-line initials in gold on alternating blue and red grounds throughout. Binding a little rubbed at extremities, three small wormholes in head compartment, a very good copy. An example of a Parisian Book of Hours printed on vellum, with contemporary hand colouring. The narrow format is unusual, evidently employed so that the book could be used as a vade mecum for private devotion. These Horae contain engravings usually found in the octavo series of engravings by members of the workshop of Jean Pichore for the Hardouin brothers. Because of the narrow format of this imprint, Hardouin used cuts from the cycle of small engravings and from the border cycles, since the large engravings would not fit. Germain Hardouin was successor to his brother Gillet, who had been active in Paris from 1491 until 1521/23, when Germain took over the enterprise, publishing until 1541 (see Renouard, 198; J. Müller, Dictionnaire abrégé des imprimeurs/éditeurs français du XVIe s. (1970), p. 76)). The almanac on A2 recto is for the years 1536–48, suggesting a publication date around 1536.

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         Hore beate Marie virginis secundum usum Romanu[m] totaliter ad longum sine require impresse Parisius per G[ermanum]. Hardouyn alme universitatis Parisiensis bibliopole iurati. Commorantis inter duas portas Palatij, ad intersignium dive Margarete.

      Paris: Germain Hardouyn [1536] - Narrow octavo (141 x 67 mm), 90 unnumbered leaves (collates: a–k8 l4 m6). Contemporary red morocco, double gilt rules either side of raised bands and to sides in a panelled frame, marbled paper pastedowns, plain paper endleaves, gilt edges. Housed in a burgundy quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Binding a little rubbed at extremities, three small wormholes in head compartment, a very good copy. Printed on vellum. Without borders; Black letter with illuminated initials. 15 hand-coloured and illuminated miniatures in the Italian style with painted gold borders, 1-, 2- and 3-line initials in gold on alternating blue and red grounds throughout. An example of a Parisian Book of Hours printed on vellum, with contemporary hand colouring. The narrow format is unusual, evidently employed so that the book could be used as a vade mecum for private devotion. These Horae contain engravings usually found in the octavo series of engravings by members of the workshop of Jean Pichore for the Hardouin brothers. Because of the narrow format of this imprint, Hardouin used cuts from the cycle of small engravings and from the border cycles, since the large engravings would not fit. Germain Hardouin was successor to his brother Gillet, who had been active in Paris from 1491 until 1521/23, when Germain took over the enterprise, publishing until 1541 (see Renouard, 198; J. Müller, Dictionnaire abrégé des imprimeurs/éditeurs français du XVIe s. (1970), p. 76)). The almanac on A2 recto is for the years 1536–48, suggesting a publication date around 1536.

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         Der Gerichtlich Proceß, Auß geschribenen Rechten, und nach Gemeynen, im Heyligen Reich Teutscher Nation, gebrauch, und übung. Erstlich die Practic Gerichtlicher Terminen [...]. Zum andern die Theorica [...].

      Fol. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz mit einer breiten Holzschn.-Bordüre von Hans Sebald Beham u. 2 Holzschn.-Portraits verso. Mit 2 Holzschn.-Vignetten. 6 nn., 157 num. Bll., Späterer Ppbd. m. handschriftl. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Sechste Ausgabe, zuerst 1536 anonym erschienen. - Der strafrechtliche Theil [ist] durch Berücksichtigung der Carolina ergänzt (Stintzing). Die schöne vierteilige Titelbordüre im unteren Teil mit einer Darstellung des Reichstages, im oberen und seitlichen Teil mit biblischen bzw. allegorischen Szenen wie dem Salomonischen Urteil im Kinderstreit. - Einband berieben, bestoßen u. etw. lichtrandig (Rücken verblasst). Rückenschild m. kl. Fehlstelle. Tlw. kl. Wurmspuren. 2 Bll. m. kl. Tintenflecken, eines m. hinterl. kl. Randeinriss. Durchg. wasserrandig u. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - VD16, G 2301 Pauli S. 500, Nr. 1116 Richter 138 Stintzing/L. I, 584.

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         Einrit Keyser Carlen in die alten Keyserlichen haubtstatt Rom / den 5 Aprilis 1536. Aus allerley Welschen vnd Teutschen Missiuen an Hertzogen von Florentz / vn[d] andere Herrn geschriben / fleissig außzogen vnd vergleichen

      [Nuremberg: Johann Petreius, 1536. Wood engraving of Charles V on horseback on title leaf. 8 ff. 1 vols. 4to. Stitched (remains of marbled wrappers along spine). Shelfmark label at top margin and old library stamp on title leaf; last leaf with some soiling, marginal chipping not affecting text. Wood engraving of Charles V on horseback on title leaf. 8 ff. 1 vols. 4to. Charles V. Account of the entry of Charles V into Rome in 1536. Uncommon. VD16 S2779. OCLC records 4 locations in Europe, only the Getty in N. America

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         Justinianischer Instituten warhaffte dolmetschung, darin der groszmechtigst Kayser IUSTINIAN. den ersten grond geschribner recht hat fürgebildet.

      Augsburg, Alexander Weissenhorn, 1536. - Folio, circa 30,5 x 21 cm. 8, XCI num, 9 Bll., mit grossem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel und 1 ganzseitigen Stammbaum in Holzschnitt Alter Umschlag "VD16 C 5236; Stintzing-Landsberg; I, 83. Stobbe II, 166. Erste Ausgabe der zweiten deutschen Übersetzung der "Institutiones Justiniani", des Lehrbuchs römischen Rechts, das nicht direkt zum Corpus Iuris gehörte. Als Autor gilt der römische Rechtsgelehrte Gaius, der es im 2. Jahrhundert verfasste als eine Art Lehrbuch für das Personen- und Familienrecht (ius personae), das Vermögens- und Erbrecht (ius rerum) sowie das Straf- und Prozessrecht (ius actionum). Zuerst waren die "Institutiones" in der Übersetzung des Thomas Murner 1519 in Basel erschienen. - Der hübsche ganzseitige Holzschnitt zeigt einen Stammbaum (in den Rändern etwas beschnitten). Der große Titelholzschnitt mit vier kaiserlichen Wappen, darunter der Habsburger Doppeladler. Der Druck gehört zu den wenigen überhaupt, bei denen der Buchpreis auf dem Titel genannt und zudem noch eine Art frühes Copyright vermeldet wird: "Mit Röm. Königklicher freihait und privilegium, in zehen jarn weder nach zutrucken, noch sonst getruckt fail zu haben, bey zehen marck lötigs golds" (also die "gelötete", aus Gold und Silber legierte Augsburger Reichs-Handelsmünze). " "- Titelholzschnitt alt ankoloriert und mit altem Besitzvermerk eines Churbayrischen Kammerrates, wenig alte Anstreichungen, wenige kleine Wasserfleckchen, gering gebräunt, kaum fleckig, meist sauber, etwas berieben, aber insgesamt gut erhalten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Fuldstændig Tydsk og Dansk Ordbog [Tysk-Dansk Ordbog / Wörterbuch Dänisch-Deutsch]. sammendragen af de nyeste og bedste Tydske Ordbger. Med en Fortale om det tydske Sprogs og den tydske Litteraturs Værdie for Danske ved Jacob Baden. Teil 1 und 2 komplett. [Von Jakob Baden].

      XIV, 1536 1224 Seiten. Zweispaltiger Frakturdruck. 8 (21,5 x 13,5 cm). Dekorative Lederbände der Zeit auf fünf Bünden mit reicher Goldprägung und goldgeprägtem Titelschild auf den Rücken sowie rotgefärbten Schnitten und Marmorpapier-Vorsätzen. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Seltene Ausgabe des umfangreichen, monodirektionalen (Deutsch-Dänisch) Wörterbuchs nicht bei Zaunmüller (Bibliogr. Handbuch der Sprachwörterbücher), der nur die Ausgabe Kopenhagen 1789-1810 in 3 Teilen kennt. - Aus dem Besitz des dänisch-niederländischen Zahnarztes und Mäzen des südjütländischen Kunstmuseums Trapholt, Gustav Lind (1886-1984), mit dessen handschriftlichen Besitzeinträgen und blindgeprägten Eignerstempeln auf dem Vorsatz. - Ecken leicht bestoßen, Rücken und Deckel etwas berieben. Rückenbezug mit kleinen, lektürebedingten oberflächlichen Riss-Spuren im Lederbezug. Schnitte angestaubt.- Vordere obere Ecke des Vorsatzblatts mit sauberem kleinem Ausschnitt. - Papier gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, Druck gelegentlich etwas flau, aber immer gut lesbar und fast völlig fleckenfrei. - Insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar. - Very good copy of the scarce edition in contemporary gilted leather bindings. From the library of Gustav Lind, danish patron of the arts.

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         DE RE MILITARI Nuovamente con Somma Diligentia Impresso.

      Venice: Nicolini da Sabbio. (1536). n. 8vo. ff.183. Final blank is lacking. Title within an attractive ornamental woodcut border. 17th century calf, gilt spine, somewhat wormed at top & bottom, but a very nice, sound copy.

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         La poetica di Bernardino Daniello lucchese.

      Giovanni Antonio Nicolini da Sabbio,, Venezia, 1536 - In 4° (20,5 x 14,5). Pp. 136, (4). Buon esemplare su carta forte nonostante qualche traccia d’unto marginale a pochi fogli e insignificante lavoro di tarlo al front. e all’ultima carta. Mancano le carte libere. Legatura coeva tutta pergamena floscia, titolo ms. al piatto anteriore. Prima edizione, assai rara e importante del primo trattato nel Cinquecento italiano a rivalutare il primato della poesia nei confronti della filosofia. Ancorché compilatore e parasafratore metodico ma non innovativo, il letterato lucchese resta una figura significativa nella cultura letteraria del proprio tempo, molto apprezzato da Aretino, Mocenigo e da buona parte dei propri contemporanei. First edition of this important work where Daniello calls for the supremacy of the poetics on philosophy. Some stains in a few leaves, overall a very good copy in contemporary limp vellum, slightly warped. BM-STC Italian, p. 208. GAMBA, n. 1341. ICCU/EDIT16, n. 15989.

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         Declamationes quatuor. I. Encomium matrimonii. II. Encomium artis medicae. III. De Morte. Quartae argumentum suo loco videatur [Oratio episcopi respondentis iis qui sibi nomine populi gratulati essent & omnium nomine obedientiam quam vocant detulissent].

      - Coloniae, apud J. Soterem, impensis G. Hittorpii [Cologne, Johannes Soter pour G. Hittorpius, 1536]. In-8 (149 x 100 mm), pleine peau de truie brune sur aie de bois, dos à 5 nerfs gothiques, large dentelle intérieure, doré sur tranches (rel. Stroobants XIXe), (38) f. n.ch. [sign. A-D8, E6], page de titre ornée d’un large encadrement architectural gravé sur bois. Jolie édition collective, publiée l'année de la mort d'Erasme, de ces fameuses quatre "Déclamations" sur le mariage, la médecine, la mort et le Discours de l'évêque, recueillies sous cette forme par Hillen en 1523, puis par Soter. Elle est ici, augmentée du 'De amplexanda virtute'. D'abord publié séparément en 1518, le 'Encomium matrimonii' connut un considérable succès de scandale qui trouva des échos tout au long du siècle: redéfinition du rôle des époux, possibilité du bonheur conjugal et élaboration d’une culture de l’amour qui restitue à la femme une place dépassant sa seule contribution à la perpétuation familiale, mais surtout remise en question du mariage comme sacrement et par là du célibat ecclésiastique. Page de titre ornée d’un large encadrement architectural gravé sur bois. Colophon à la grande marque et à la devise de l’éditeur en caractères latins, grecs et hébreux. (Bezzel, n°1234. Van der Haeghen, 71). Reliure légèrement ternie, sinon joli exemplaire, exceptionnellement frais, grand de marges, très bien conservé dans une reliure néo-gothique de Stroobants. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Ioannis Vulteii remensis epigrammatum libri IIII. Eiusdem Xenia. Mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke a.Titel, am Schluß eine Holzschnitt-Vignette.

      282 Seiten, 2 Bll., 1 w. Bl., Kl8 (16 x 10 cm), mod. handgeb. Kalbslederbd. auf fünf Bünden mit blindgepr. Deckelrahmen u. vergold. Rückentitel. Baudrier X, 399 - Schönes Exemplar der 2. Ausgabe der Epigramme und Xenien nach der Erstausgabe Lyon 1536.

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         Venerabilis Bedae Presbyteri in Proverbia Salomonis - lib. III. In Cantica Canticorum - lib. VII. Quorum primus est, de Gratia Dei, contra Iulianum Episcopum. Nunc primum in Galliis excusi.

      Roigny e Vascosani, 1536. In 4°, m. pelle, cc.nn. 4 + 180 (lib. III + VII). Front. fig. Lo stesso presenta piccolo foro, nonché la mancanza di un lembo al margine sup., restaurati.

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         Laberinto d?Amore con una epistola a messer Pino de Rossi confortatoria.

      Venezia, Pietro di Nicolini da Sabio, 1536. - circa 15,5 x 10,5 cm. 72 ff., title with woodcut border Green half-calf with gilt spine (19th cent.) "Brunet I, 1016; cf. Gamba 203f.; this edition not in Adams and the BMC. - Elegant Ventian imprint of this invective against a mean woman (malvagia donna), written in the year 1354 and published first under the title "Corbaccio" in 1487. It tells the story of Boccaccio being ridiculed by a pretty widow who instead of responding to his advances makes publicly fun of him. This misogynist satire is meant as a revenge against her and stands in constrast with Boccaccio?s other early work "Fiammetta" that draws a very positive picture of women. - This edition also contains the letter in consolation by Pino de Rossi and a preface by "Nicolo de Aristotile detto Zoppino & Vicenzo da Venegia compagni a gli Amatori della lingua Toscana" in which they point out how much trouble they have taken in order to establish a correct text. This preface is though most probably just a copy of the introduction by Bernardo da Giunta to his edition from 1516. " "- Only minor browning, title with little staining, mostly clean, binding rubbed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Historia de todas las guerras civiles que uvo entre los romanos. agora nuevamente traduzida de latín a nuestro vulgar castellano

      Alcalá, en casa de Miguel de Eguía 1536 - Fol. 4 h. 149 fols., 1 h. bl. Tipografía gótica a dos columnas. Encuadernación en pergamino del siglo XVIII, restaurado. Segunda edición, esta vez traducida por Diego de Salazar. La primera, impresa por Juan Joffre en Valencia en 1522 con el título de Los Triunphos, fue traducida por el bachiller Juan de Molina. La Historia de las Guerras Civiles de Apiano constituye la única narración continuada que hoy día se conserva del período que va desde los Gracos hasta Accio. Se centra especialmente en las repercusiones de las guerras civiles en las distintas provincias y en la anexión de Egipto, y trata de dar a los variopintos hechos que refiere un sentido unitario y global. Podría decirse que Apiano carece del genio historiográfico creador de Tucídides o de Polibio, pero la información que recopila y selecciona acertadamente es fundamental para conocer muchos períodos de la historia de Roma, de los que constituye el único testimonio o al menos el más importante. El autor empleó diversas fuentes, como Polibio, Salustio, Tito Livio, Julio César, Augusto, Asinio Polión, Plutarco. muchas de las cuales se han perdido parcialmente o por completo. Buen ejemplar, muy limpio y en buen estado. Palau, 13811; Salvá nota al 2778. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Opera multo quam antea castigatiora, præterea et Aelij Antonij Nebrissensis commentarijs haud p

      excudebat Martinus Caesar, 1536. Cm. 15,5, pp. (16) 563 (ma 592). Capolettera istoriati. Solida ed affascinante legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi. Piatti interamente decorati a secco , fermagli di chiusura metallici (intatti). Un piccolo restauro alle cuffie, sguardie rinnovate ed una piccola gora chiara marginale alle ultime carte, peraltro esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. Rara edizione dell'opera di Prudenzio con il commento dell'umanista spagnolo Elio Antonio de Nebrija (1441-1522) e le annotazioni di Johannes Sichard (1499-1552). Cfr. Adams, P 2181.

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         De Natura stirpium libri tres.

      Paris: Simon de Colines, 1536. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (382 x 245 mm). [xii], 884, [128] pp. Signatures: A6, (a-y)8 z10 (2a-3i)8, (A-H)8. Elaborate woodcut title-border, incorporating Colines' device in the lower right-hand corner, numerous woodcut white-on-black criblé initials in several sizes, including large blocks from the Tory alphabet. 62 ff. of index bound at end. Final two blank leaves present. 17th-century calf over thick boards (hinges, spine ends and corners repaired, rubbing and soiling to boards), all edges gilt. Internally only little age-toned. Two unobtrusive paper repairs on title page (not affecting text), weak waterstaining to lower corner of some leaves, occasional pencil underscorings and annotations. A fine, crisp and wide-margined copy. Collated complete. ----Norman 1857; Adams R-872; Mortimer (French) 471 (first state); Hunt 39; Pritzel 7885; Stillwell Science 693. - FIRST EDITION of this compilation of the botanical knowedge of the period by one of the very earliest of the French botanists. Ruel was physician to Francis I and is more widely known in the field of botany for his translation of Dioscorides. The first 22 chapters of this work are devoted to a general treatment of botany and is based largely on Theophrastus's De historia et causas plantarum; the remainder contains approximately 600 plant descriptions taken primarily from classical authorities, arranged in alphabetical order and supplemented with plant names in the vernacular. The book stands out more for its achievement in book design than for its contribution to botanical classification. Mortimer states "it is generally cited as one of the handsomest books of its time." It has been suggested that the title-border might be the work of Oronce Finé. This copy contains the second state of the title-page and its conjugate A6 as described by Mortimer. Very Good.

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         Opera multo quam antea castigatiora, præterea et Aelij Antonij Nebrissensis commentarijs haud pœnitendis illustrata, quibus insuper adglutinata sunt Scholia Ioannis Sichardi, quæ omnia nunc primum in Philomusorum gratiam excusa sunt.

      excudebat Martinus Caesar,, Antverpiae, 1536 - Cm. 15,5, pp. (16) 563 (ma 592). Capolettera istoriati. Solida ed affascinante legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi. Piatti interamente decorati a secco , fermagli di chiusura metallici (intatti). Un piccolo restauro alle cuffie, sguardie rinnovate ed una piccola gora chiara marginale alle ultime carte, peraltro esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. Rara edizione dell'opera di Prudenzio con il commento dell'umanista spagnolo Elio Antonio de Nebrija (1441-1522) e le annotazioni di Johannes Sichard (1499-1552). Cfr. Adams, P 2181. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Des divers travaulx et enfanteme[n]s des femmes & p[ar] quel moyen l'on doit survenir aux accidens qui peuvent eschoir devant & après iceulx travaulx

      in-8 gothique [143 x 90 mm] on les vend à Paris... en la boutique de Jehan Foucher, 1536, , in-8 gothique [143 x 90 mm], 87 feuillets et [1] feuillet de privilège, veau havane du XVIIe siècle, dos à nerfs muet et fleuronné, Rare édition originale française du Rosengarten, donnée par Foucher après la première édition parisienne latine de 1535. L'édition originale a paru en allemand à Strasbourg en 1513 (Martin Flach), illustrée des fameuses illustrations réalisés par Erhardt Schön d'après les figures provenant des manuscrits de Moschion, et gravées sur bois par Martin Caldenbach, élève de Dürer. Cette illustration fut reprise pour les diverses éditions : elle comprend 21 figures, 20 foetus in utero, avec jumeaux et siamois, et une chaise d'accouchement. Rösslin fut apothicaire à Fribourg-en-Brisgau puis médecin à Worms, où il était chargé de l'encadrement des sages-femmes, et à Francfort-sur-le-Main. Il publia le Rosengarten, premier traité d'obstétrique jamais imprimé, à la demande de Catherine de Brunschwig. Il ne pratiqua jamais l'obstétrique lui même, mais il étudia assidument les textes des anciens, Soranus et Moschion. Le Rosengarten, fit autorité jusque deux siècles après sa parution. Étiquette ex-libris du Dr François Moutier. Ex-libris manuscrits anciens en pied du titre. Exemplaire légèrement court en tête, très légères auréoles en tête et en pied de quelques feuillets, petites salissures au titre et au dernier feuillet. Traces de restauration, un mors fendillé. Bechtel, R-218. Wellcome I, n° 5508. Waller, n° 8108. Garrison & Morton, n° 6138 et Heirs of Hippocrate n° 114 pour l'édition originale. Histoire illustrée de la gynécologie et de l'obstétrique, p. 511 et suiv.

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        Annuli cum sphaericitum mathematici usus & structura, opera D. Burchardi Mithobij neapolitani, celiberrimae academiae Marpurgensis mathematici

      Marpurgo. Ex Officina Lucharii Cernicorni Agrippinatis. 1536. Cm. 17; carte (32). Numerose figure nel testo. Frontespizio e ultima carta con sfera armillare. Interessante e non comune trattello, in edizione originale, di astronomia e gnomonica. Ottimo esemplare. Unito a: FINE' ORONCE. "Orontij Finei... De mundi sphaera, sive cosmographia, primave astronomiae parte. Libri V. ab ipso authore recognit, aucti, hac prorsus renovati: .... Parigi. Apud Simonem Colinaeum. 1542. carte 64. Frontespizio inquadrato entro cornice xilografica, numerose figure nel testo. Foro di tarlo al "De Mundi Sphaera" di Finè Oronce, da carta 2 fino a carta 22, che in alcune parti intacca il testo. Cartonato settecentesco marmorizzato, etichetta al dorso con titoli calligrafici. 776/P

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