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         Sacrorum fastorum libri XII cum romanis consuetudinibus per totum annum, suisque causis, ac stellis, et numinum nostrum introductionibus.(Excussum Romae, apud. m. Antonium Bladum Asulanum, 1547).

      (Excussum Romae, apud. m. Antonium Bladum Asulanum 1547 - Cm. 23,5, cc. (16) 169 (1). Bellissimo frontespizio figurato con dati tipografici entro cornice architettonica, marchio tipografico al colophon, alcuni graziosi capilettera, ritratto dell'A., 15 belle vignette xilografiche (13 delle quali istoriate), il tutto ben impresso in xilografia. Leg. coeva in piena perg. molle con titoli ms. al piatto. Lieve marginale alone a poche cc., segni di tarlo sparsi confinati al margine bianco (testo non interessato), più insistenti in alcune cc. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Ambrogio Fracco, umanista e poeta latino noto come Novidius (novus Ovidius), nacque a Ferentino intorno al 1480 e fu attivo nella prima metà del XVI sec. I dodici fasti consacrano, mese per mese, la romanità attraverso la decantazione delle principali imprese imperiali, gli influssi astrologici ed gli apporti divini. Rarissima edizione originale. Cfr. Brunet, II, 1364. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Le deche delle Historie romane, tradotte nella lingua Toscana, da Jacopo Nardi cittadino Fiorentino, et nuovamente dal medesimo rivedute et emendate, con le postille parimente accresciute nelle margini del libro, che dichiarano molti vocaboli delle cose vecchie, piu degne di cognitione: et molti nomi di paesi, et citta, fiumi, monti, et luoghi, illustrati co nomi moderni. Et appresso, la valuta delle monete romane, ridotta al pregio di quelle de tempo nostri: insieme con la dichiaratione di tutte le misure, quanto a` stato necessario alla piena intelligenza dell'autore. Allequali per maggior satisfattione de lettori, habiamo anchora aggiunto la Tavola de re, Consoli, Tribuni militari con la podesta Consolare, et Dittatori: che per i tempi c

      Venise, [Stamperia degli heredi di L.A. Giunti Fiorentino], 1547. - in-Folio. 21ff. 485 feuillets numérotés (i.e. 483). Plein vélin rigide, dos lisse (reliure postérieure). Belle édition de grand format des Décades de Tite Live, "synthèse puissante de l'œuvre des historiens romains qui l'avaient précédé" (Encyclopedia Universalis). Elle fut donnée par l'homme d'état, historien et poète florentin Jacopo Nardi (1476-1563) qui fut notamment un opposant déclaré de la famille des Médicis. Assez bon exemplaire, soigneusement lavé et encollé.

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         Hieronymi Cardani Medici Mediolanensis, Libelli Quinque. Quorum duo priores, iam denuo sunt emendati, duo sequentes iam primum in lucem editi, & quintus magna parte auctus est. I. De supplemento Almanach. II. De Restitutione temporum & motuum coelestium. III. De Iudiciis geturarum. IIII. De Revolutionibus. V. De exemplis centum geniturarum. Additis insuper Tabulis ascensionum rectarii & obliquarii eclipticae & stellaru & radiorum, usque ad latitudinem octo partium. Eiusdem, antea non edita, Aphorismorum Astronomicorum Segmenta VII. Opusculum incomparabile.

      Norimbergae (Nürnberg) apud Iohan. Petreium, 1547. - 8vo (ca. 20,4x15,5 cm), späterer Ganzledereinband, 3 unnumerierte Blätter, 309 numerierte Blätter, mit einem Holzschnittportrait des Verfassers, zahlreichen Holzschnittdiagrammen und einigen gestochenen Initialen. VD16 C 941. Der italienische Renaissance-Humanisten Gerolamo Cardano (1501 -1576) arbeitete von 1526 bis 1532 als Arzt in Saccolongo und wurde 1541 Rektor des Kollegiums der Mailänder Ärzte. Ab 1543 hielt er in Mailand Vorlesungen über Medizin und 1544 nahm er einen Ruf als Professor für Medizin in Pavia an. Durch seine seit 1539 von dem Nürnberger Verleger Johannes Petreius gedruckten Werke, die zum Teil in Frankreich und der Schweiz nachgedruckt wurden, gelangte er zu europaweiter Berühmtheit. 1570 wurde er von der Inquisition inhaftiert und nach drei Monaten Haft unter Auflagen wieder freigelassen. Neue Ergebnisse zu den Gründen von Cardanos Verhaftung brachte die Öffnung der Archive der Inquisition in den 2000er Jahren. Ausschlaggebend für die Inhaftierung dürfte danach ein Gutachten zu seiner Schrift De rerum varietate gewesen sein. Ein anonymer Inquisitor warf ihm darin ketzerische Aussagen vor. Gerolamo Cardano gilt als einer der letzten großen Universalgelehrten der Renaissance mit einer erstaunlichen internationalen Bekanntheit zu Lebzeiten, die zu jener Zeit sonst eher bei prominenten Künstlern und Literaten zu beobachten war. In einem Ganzledereinband wohl des 18. Jahrhundert. Durchgehend etwas braunfleckig, ein größerer Teil der Seiten mit transparentem Überzug zur Stabilisierung der Seiten bezogen. Das Blatt 8 verso mit stärkerem Papier der Zeit hinterlegt. 1 Blatt mit Fehlstellen. Solides, fachmännisch restauriertes Exemplar. Enthält u.a. ca. 190 Horoskop-Diagramme in Holzschnitt. A collection of five books by Girolamo Cardano. Some of the statements contained in these tests will lead to his arrest by the Holy Inquisition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De militia romana, De amphiteatro, Saturnalium sermonum, Admiranda & sive de magnitudine Romana libri quattuor. Important volume containing four works by the Belgian philologist and humanist Justo Lipsio.

      Justo Lipsi / FOUR IMPORTANT WORKS 1547 - 1606 BOUND TOGETHER IN ONE VOULUMECovers engraved with the text JVSI LIPSI Demilia Romana on the back. Late nineteen century binding, important later notes by José de Castillo (...) (1790?) on first blanc, second back and last blanc. The work is illustrated by precious engravings. Parchment season, lomo labeled. Very good example. Important volume containing four works by the Belgian philologist and humanist Justo Lipsio. The first, "De militia romana", is divided into two parts, and the second has its own title entitled "Analecta sive observationes reliquae ad militiam et hosce libros". This second cover presents slight typographic changes in the mark of the workshop of the Plantino. The work is about the Roman army, taken from the comments of the Roman historian Polybius, and contains valuable engravings and some xylographic engraving. To this first work follows "De amphiteatro", also in two parts, with a second titled: "Of amphiteatris quae extra Romam libellus, in quo form eorum aliquot et typi". It is an interesting text on the Roman amphitheater of the city and on some others that are outside of it, with extraordinary engravings calcográficos, some of great size. The third work, "Saturnalium sermonum" deals with the Roman feasts called saturnal and in particular, gladiatorial fights. Here, too, there are slight differences in the typesetting of the Plantino. And the fourth and final work, "Admiranda, sive de magnitudine Romana libri quattuor." Tertia ed. correctior, auctiórque. (Antv., 1605. 226+(4) pp., with engr. title-vign." in four chapters & notes.Very rare, very good in all, complete. PRICE 5 600 €Old history. Roman empire. Military art. Army. Ancient history. Roman Empire. Military art. Army.Provenance Important / José de CastilloDès 10 ans, José del Castillo commence à assister à des classes de dessin des classes préparatoires à l'Académie royale des beaux-arts de San Fernando. Avec tant d'application qu'en 1751, le ministre José de Carvajal y Lancaster lui offre une bourse pour étudier à Rome sous la direction de Corrado Giaquinto.En 1753, le roi Ferdinand VI d'Espagne appelle Giaquinto à Madrid, lequel y va, accompagné de José del Castillo. Del Castillo reprend ses études à l'Académie de San Fernando et gagne la médaille d'or au concours de 1756, ainsi que la bourse officielle à Rome en 1758, où il part, tout jeune marié.Il coïncide là-bas avec Juan de Villanueva, qui voyage en Italie, puis rentre à Madrid en 1764.Il travaille alors comme peintre de cartons pour tapisserie à la Fabrique royale de tapisserie. Cela devient ça principale profession, avec quelques incursions dans la peinture religieuse, comme l'Abrazo de Santo Domingo y San Francisco (1783) dans la basilique de Saint-François-le-Grand, ou l'illustration de livres, dont les célèbres dessins réalisés pour l'édition du Don Quichotte d'Ibarra (1780).Le 6 mars 1785, il est élu Académicien de mérite à l'Académie de San Fernando, mais échoue dans son ambition de devenir Peintre de la Chambre du Roi. Il essaye également de devenir directeur de la Fabrique royale de tapisserie, avec le soutien du comte de Floridablanca, mais Ramón Bayeu, porté en très haute estime à la Cour, s'y oppose. Peu après la mort de celui-ci, il essaye à nouveau, mais sans plus de succès.Del Castillo est reconnu pour sa délicatesse, son élégance, ses couleurs agréables et rythmées, son tracé impeccable. Il a été très prolifique, aussi bien en huile sur toile, en gravure qu'en carton1.Il est parfois considéré comme appartenant plus aux courants européens qu'aux espagnols, représentés par Francisco de Goya et les frères Ramón et Francisco Bayeu.Sont particulièrement remarquables ses cartons pour tapisserie, dont certains sont d'une taille énorme et toujours présents dans le Musée d'histoire de Madrid et (es) de Madrid, ainsi qu'au ministère de l'Éducation (où sont notamment conservés El jardín del Buen Retiro, El estanque del Buen Retiro, La pradera de San Isidro). Une collection de peintures est également conservée à l'Académie de San Fernando2.Il réalise en 1784 une gravure sur le thème de la fuite en Égypte copiant un tableau de Luca Giordano qui se trouvait dans le Palais du Buen Retiro.

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         Le mirouer du temps, autrement dict, Ephemerides perpetuelles de l'Air: par lesquelles font touts les iours donnez urais signes de touts changements de temps, seulement par choses qui a touts apparoissent au Ciel, en l'Air, sur Terre, & en l'Eaue. Le tout par petits aphorismes, & breues sentences diligemment compris. Oultre ce, aduertissement tresutile en forme de prologue, sur les presages, & signes donnez par les animaux, touchant les mutations de l'Air: auecques breue instruction pour tost & seurement pouoir iuger d'un chascun changement de temps, aussi bien le iour que la nuict, soit aux champs, ou a la uille, en toutes saisons, & pais.

      De l'imprimerie de Regnauld Chaudiere, & Claude son filz 1547 - [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.].- // 1ª ed. en francés.- 8º, (167x102mm.).- 94, [6] h.; sign.: A-M8, N4; marca tipográfica de Chaudiere en portada, heredada de Estienne y Colines, lema 'Tempus. Hanc aciem sola retundit virtus'.- // Encuadernación romántica s. XIX en piel; lomo con nervios, tejuelo y fecha grabados en dorado; planos con orlas gofradas de filetes y adornos florales; contracantos dorados a rueda; seis guardas delante y detrás. Charnelas levemente frotadas. Magnífico ejemplar, completamente limpio sin más manchas, anotaciones, marcas ni subrayados, que un par de discretísimas llamadas de atención.- // Proc.: Exlibris armorial encolado en contraplano delantero, grabado por Ad. Noel, de la biblioteca Merry de Bellegarde.- // Refs.: Brunet, III, 1778; Caillet, 7614; Cantamessa, 3ª, 5121, altre; Niceron, XL, 202 (no la vió). La Lande, p. 65-66, solo ediciones latinas, y Houzeau, 4836, solo 1548.- // Traduccion realizada por el propio Mizauld, apasionado de la Medicina, la Agricultura y la Astronomía, de su primera obra, publicada en latín el año anterior, 'Phænomena, sive aeria Ephemerides' (Paris, 1546)(1). En ella, con la fama de ser el primer libro de Meteorología publicado en francés -y, al parecer, la primera vez que aparece el término météorologie ('o, si prefieres, comentarios de todas las cosas del Aire') en esta lengua-(2), Mizauld instruía mediante aforismos, para que fuera fácil recordar las enseñanzas, cómo podían hacerse previsiones meteorológicas a partir de los datos del entorno, mediante la observación de los astros, del cielo y del paisaje, o del comportamiento de plantas y animales. No siendo una obra científica al no acudir a ningún tipo de instrumentación ni a la realización de experimentos, sí lo es en cambio al concebir que determinados fenómenos naturales eran concomitantes a diferentes situaciones climatológicas y al estimular que semejante conocimiento era de gran utilidad para que agricultores o marineros, por ejemplo, pudieran hacer previsiones para la mejor gestión de sus labores. En una deliciosa dedicatoria a Catalina de Médicis, en la que hace un bello panegírico de la bondad de que las obras de sentido práctico se tradujesen a la lengua materna ('o, si se prefiere, del país'), porque en griego o en latín eran de nula utilidad para las gentes comunes, resume bien el propio contenido del libro (en francés, en el original): "vuestra majestad podrá conocer (.) todas las mutaciones del aire y los cambios del tiempo, que puedan sobrevenir doquiera que se encuentre, por ciertos signos, evidentes para todos, que aparecen en el cielo, en el aire, en el agua o sobre la tierra. En el Cielo, por las cosas que pueden verse en torno al sol, la luna y las estrellas cuando se levantan o se acuestan. En el Aire, por los colores de las nubes, su situación y su materia, así como por los vientos, relámpagos, truenos y cosas semejantes. Sobre la Tierra por los signos procedentes de los animales, tanto de los agrestes y salvajes como de los domésticos, así como de los pájaros, montañas, árboles, plantas y de las infinitas otras cosas que se nos presentan a la vista cada día. En el agua por los peces y los pájaros que la habitan, los vapores que producen y otras cosas parecidas." Lo que no indicaba Mizauld en la dedicatoria es que a los aforismos (explicados) que presentaba les puso como coda una breve recopilación de la más arcana actividad de los pronósticos, recogiendo los signos (de meteoros y meteorológicos) que anunciaban catástrofes, terremotos o periodos de fertilidad o esterilidad. Así como en la previa edición en latín Mizauld había declarado desde el principio su autoría (y haber nacido en Monluçon) en esta ocasión s [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Las obras de Boscán y algunas de Garcilasso dela Vega. Repartidas en quatro libros. Ademas que ay muchas añadidas, uan aqui mejor corregidas mas coplidas y en mejor orden que asta agora han sido impressas.

      Roma, Antonio Salamanca 1547 - 8vo (153x98 mm). 271, (1 blank) leaves. Woodcut imperial coat-of-arms on the title-page. Contemporary or slightly later vellum over boards, spine with two small raised bands and inked title (below the title are the capital letters "ICO"; a later shelf label is pasted on the front cover). On the title-page later manuscript ownership's inscription: "Bibliot. Coll. Regien.". Loss of vellum in the lower part of the spine, small stain on the front cover, title-page a bit soiled, slightly browned throughout, insignificant dampstains in the upper margins of the last 10 leaves, but all in all a very good, genuine copy. RARE EDITION, probably the sixth or seventh, printed in Rome by the Spanish typographer Marco Antonio Martínez, better known as Antonio Salamanca from the name of his hometown, who was active in Rome between 1519 and 1547. Despite the corrections and additions announced in the title-page, the edition is a faithful copy of the first imprints of the work. The first edition of Boscán e Garcilaso's poetical works appeared in Barcelona on March 1543, followed by over twenty reprints issued before the end of the century, which testify the incredible success of this collection: Lisbon, 1543; Medina, 1544, 1553; Antwerp, 1544, [1545], 1550, 1554, 1556, 1569, 1570, 1576, 1597; Toledo, 1547, 1558; Lyons, 1549; Venice, 1553; Valladolid, 1553; Estella, 1555; Barcelona, 1554; Granada, 1575; Alcalá de Henares, 1575; Zaragoza, 1577. Boscán's poems are divided into three books: the first comprises his work of medieval tradition; the second contains ninety-two sonnets and ten "canciones' in the Italian style; book three includes the Epístola a Mendoza, the allegorical poem Octava rima and the famous poem Leandro, based on the ancient Greek fable of "Hero and Leander' (cf. W. Boutcher, "Who taught thee rhetoricke to deceive a maid?": Christopher Marlowe's Hero and Leander, Juan Boscán's Leandro, and renaissance vernacular humanism, in: "Comparative literature", Eugene, University of Oregon, 52, 1, 2000, pp. 11-52). Book four contains Garcilaso's poems. Under the influence of Petrarch and the Italian Renaissance poets as well as the Classical authors, Garcialso wrote elegies (Elegías), eclogues (églogas, including an égloga a Boscán), canzoni (Canciones), and sonnets (Sonetos), in which he admirably adapts the eleven-syllable line to the Spanish language. The collection was published after Boscán's death by his widow, Ana Girón de Rebolledo. Garcilaso had died in 1536 and Boscán had been charged with the task of editing some of his friend's works together with his own. But he also died a few months before the book was issued on March 1543. The main innovation of this collection and one of the major reasons of its big impact (with all the reactions that followed) lies in the idea itself of publishing together the two most innovative Spanish poets of the time. Despite its posthumous appearance, the edition was carefully prepared by Boscán. Even a most superficial analysis of the first 1543 edition (which is strictly followed by the present) reveals a clear editorial strategy. The disposition of the texts reflects, in an organic and consistent manner, the different stages of Boscán and Garcilaso poetic career, from the eight-syllable poems of the old Spanish tradition (which are almost completely neglected in the collection) to the newly-introduced Italian verse forms, and shows Boscán's aim of giving to the collection an international character and the dignity of the Classical and Italian poetry. The collection opens with a programmatic poem to the Duchess of Soma (not accidentally a woman; Boscán's detractors accused his poetry of being for women, "ser para mujeres"), in which Boscán expresses his judgment of the previous Spanish lyrics and explains his poetical program, shared with Garcialso, that was followed for more than a century by most of the Iberian poets (cf. P. Ruiz Pérez, Las "Obras' de Boscán y Garcilaso: modelo editorial y mod [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         ANITII MANLII SEVERINI BOETHI INTER LATINOS ARISTOTELIS INTERPRETES ET AETATE PRIMI, ET DOCTRINA PRAECIPUI DIALECTICA

      Venice, 1547. Quarto in marbled boards, vellum spine with title added in black ink and presumed collection number 205 at the tail of spine. Text block is mostly clean with 16th cent. annotations and some water staining to the final page and colophon. All in all an attractive early printing of an important work Roman philosopher Boethius (ca. 480-524) wrote his most famous work, THE CONSOLATION OF PHILOSOPHY, while in prison in Pavia for conspiring against Theodoric, Emperor of Rome, who had named Boethius consul (510) and head of government and court services (520). In 524 he was executed without trial. Boethius's translations of and commentaries on Aristotle included in the present text are credited with re-introducing the philosopher to scholars in the 16th century eager to read writings from the Greek golden age. A millennium later with the advent of printing, early versions such as this presented Aristotle to a wider Renaissance audience and helped to establish the present cannon of classical texts. Shelve in Case # 12. Rockville Non-Retail Listings.

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         Les Visions de Pasquille. Le iugement d'iceluy, ou Pasquille prisonnier. Avec le Dialogue de Probus [and Lucius]

      [Geneva], Jean Girard with René de Bienassis, 1547. A French translation of Pasquino in estasi nuovo, a satirical dialogue between Pasquille and Marfoire in the manner of Lucian, celebrated for its attacks on the papacy and allusions to contemporaries and to contemporary events. Curione, Celio Secondo Ciriè nel Canavese (Turin) 1503 - 1569 Basel Les Visions de Pasquille. Le iugement d'iceluy, ou Pasquille prisonnier. Avec le Dialogue de Probus [and Lucius]. [Geneva, Jean Girard with René de Bienassis], 1547 octavo (130 × 80 mm), (172) ff. signed a-x 8 y 4 and paginated 1-344. Printer's device on title-page (a child with a palm frond, motto 'Virtus pressa valentior') associated with Jean Girard. 1 provenance Zisska & Kistner, Auktion 19/i, Munich, 4 May 1992, lot 532 -- Reiss & Sohn, Auktion 118, Königstein im Taunus, 22 April 2008, lot 741 Faint stain in corner of title and two following leaves, otherwise a well-preserved copy. binding nineteenth-century red morocco, all edges gilt, signed Hardy (upper joint neatly repaired). A French translation of Pasquino in estasi nuovo, a satirical dialogue between Pasquille and Marfoire in the manner of Lucian, celebrated for its attacks on the papacy and allusions to contemporaries and to contemporary events. The author studied at Turin where he was converted to Lutheranism at the age of twenty. He taught at Turin, Milan, Pavia, and other North Italian towns, and was arrested and imprisoned by the Inquisition. (The 'Dialogue de Probus' appended here describes his escape in 1537 from an archiepiscopal prison.) In 1542 Curione fled to Lausanne and in 1547 moved to Basel, where he was given the chair of Latin eloquence. His bibliography includes numerous pedagogical treatises, commentaries on Cicero's orations and rhetorical works, on Persius and Juvenal, and translations of Appian and Aeschines. Curione allowed two versions of this work to circulate in manuscript for several years and apparently did not supervise the passage of either into print. In 1543 a German translation 'auß Welscher Sprach' of the second, larger version was pub­lished by Philip Ulhart at Augsburg. 2 The next year both versions were printed in Latin at Basel and the second version was printed in Latin by Jean Girard at Geneva. Editions in Italian of both versions followed in 1545-1546. Our book published in 1547 is a French translation of the second Latin version. An English translation, entitled Pasquine in a Traunce, appeared in 1566. 3 [img-2365-left-large_default] These copies are known to the writer ● Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Dg 1156 ● Cambridge, ma, Harvard University, *IC5 C9263 Eh547v ● Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, Newb.154 4 ● Geneva, Bibliothèque publique et universitaire, Bc 2930 Rés. 5 ● Grenoble, Bibliothèque municipale, F.16776 ('Le titre manque') ● Lincoln, uk, Lincoln Cathedral Library 6 ● London, British Library, 3901.a.34 ● Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Clark Library, PQ4621.C9 P28F 1547* ● Lunel (Hérault), Bibliothèque munici­pale, LUL 77 ● Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, U 1784 ● Neuchâtel, Bibliothèque publique et universitaire, past. 106.5 7 ● Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, D2-3474 8 ● Paris, Biblio­thèque nationale de France, Arsenal, 8° BL-19357 ● Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, BE 8.5.39 ● Wroclaw, Biblioteka Uniwersytecka, 455.472 references Markus Kutter, Celio Secondo Curione: Sein Leben und sein Werk (Basel & Stuttgart 1955), pp.102-109, 285 no. 6; Index Aureliensis: Catalogus librorum sedecimo saeculo impressorum (Baden-Baden 1996), xi, 148.574 1. Paul Heitz, Genfer Buchdrucker- und Verlegerzeichen (Strasbourg 1908), no. 21; Ugo Rozzo, 'Editori e tipografi italiani operanti all'estero "religionis causa" in La stampa in Italia nel Cinquecento. Atti del convegno, Roma, 17-21 Ottobre 1989, edited by Marco Santoro (Roma 1992), i, p.94. 2. Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen drucke des xvi . Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart 1985), C-6432. 3. Letizia Panizza, 'Pasquino among Anglican Reformers: the two editions in English (1566 and 1584) of Celio Secondo Curione's Pasquino in estasi' in Ex Marmore. Pasquini, pasquini­sti, pasquinate nell'Europa moderna, Atti del Colloquio internazionale Lecce-Otranto, 17-19 November, 2005, edited by Chrysa Damianaki, Paolo Procaccioli and Angelo Romano (Rome 2006), pp.407-428. 4. National Library of Scotland, A short-title catalogue of foreign books printed up to 1600 (Edinburgh 1970), p.279. 5. Located by Jean-François Gilmont, 'Bibliotheca Gebennensis. Les livres imprimés à Genève de 1535 à 1549' in Genava 28 (1980), p.245 no. 8; Francis M. Higman, Piety and the people: Religious printing in France 1511-1551 (Aldershot 1996), C-136. 6. Clive Hurst, Catalogue of the Library of Lincoln Cathedral: Books printed before 1801 (Cambridge 2005), p.162 nos. 999-999a (two copies). 7. Located by Gilmont, op. cit., p.245 no. 8; Higman, op. cit., C-136. 8. The entry in the Library's opac records the title as Les Visions de Pasquille ou Dialogue entre Marfoire et Pasquille contre la cour de Rome et l'Église catholique, traduit du latin en françois. Le iugement d'iceluy, ou Pasquille prisonnier. Avec le dialogue de Probus (S.l., s.n., 1547), noting 'Avec une marque portant pour légende: Virtus pressa valentior'. If accurate, this copy represents an otherwise unknown edition.

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         COMMENTARII DI GAIO GIULIO CESARE: tradotti di latino in uolgar lingua per Agostino Ortica della Porta Genouese, nuoumen te in piu luoghi al uero senso dell'auttore ridotti, & con diligentia ricorrecti, Con la tauola di tutte la cose piu notabili

      Venice: Aldus, 1547. Sextodecimo in full vellum boards, VG+ / No dust jacket, minor shelf-wear: vellum a little chipped at base of spine, light age-toning to boards, title written in clear, beautiful calligraphy on spine; stitched vellum binding is perhaps a later addition, but appears to date from no later than 17th century. Edge of text block age-toned, a single word is written in ink in large caps across the bottom edge of the text block. Pages in excellent condition, almost no age-toning or foxing to text, title page bears Aldus' mark of a dolphin twined around an anchor, some writing and marks in ink on title page and last page, but nowhere else in text, several full page engravings and 2 double-page maps are included at the beginning of the text, a detailed index is appended at the end. 256 pp. TEXT IN ITALIAN. Shelved in upstairs area, on bookshelf next to printer. Rockville Non-Retail Listings.

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         ANITII MANLII SEVERINI BOETHI INTER LATINOS ARISTOTELIS INTERPRETES ET AETATE PRIMI, ET DOCTRINA PRAECIPUI DIALECTICA

      Venice 1547 - Quarto in marbled boards, vellum spine with title added in black ink and presumed collection number 205 at the tail of spine. Text block is mostly clean with 16th cent. annotations and some water staining to the final page and colophon. All in all an attractive early printing of an important work Roman philosopher Boethius (ca. 480-524) wrote his most famous work, THE CONSOLATION OF PHILOSOPHY, while in prison in Pavia for conspiring against Theodoric, Emperor of Rome, who had named Boethius consul (510) and head of government and court services (520). In 524 he was executed without trial. Boethius's translations of and commentaries on Aristotle included in the present text are credited with re-introducing the philosopher to scholars in the 16th century eager to read writings from the Greek golden age. A millennium later with the advent of printing, early versions such as this presented Aristotle to a wider Renaissance audience and helped to establish the present cannon of classical texts. Shelve in Case # 12. Rockville Non-Retail Listings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Il Petrarcha con l'espositione d' Alessandro Vellutello di novo ristampato con le figure a i Triomphi, et con più cose utili in varii luoghi aggiunte

      appresso Gabriel Giolito de'Ferrari, 1547. In-8° (230x170mm), ff. (8), 215, (1), legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con unghie e tassello in pelle rossa con titolo in oro al dorso. Tagli rossi a spruzzo. Sontuoso frontespizio xilografico con titolo a mo' di lapide e impresa giolitina (la fenice in piedi sopra un globo con le iniziali dell'editore da cui si sprigionano fiamme e il motto entro cartiglio "Semper eadem") entro bordura architettonica con putti, figurazioni allegoriche muliebri, festoni, motivi vegetali e ornamentali a ricalco di stucchi. Avvertenza ai lettori di Lodovico Domenichi, seguita da un "Sonetto sopra le sacre ceneri del Perarcha [sic] e di M. Laura"; il sonetto reca a un terzo di pag. una xilografia con un'urna cineraria con i ritratti del Petrarca e di Laura; l'urna è sormontata dalla fenice giolitina, simbolo di rigenerazione e di eternità. Seguono un anonimo scritto su "Vita e costumi del Poeta" e un altro scritto sull'"Origine di Madonna Laura con la descrittione di Valclusa del luogo ove il Poeta a principio di lei s'innamorò". Una xilografia a piena pag. con topografia della Valchiusa ("Descrittione del sito di Valclusa"), 5 xilografie intercalate n.t. in principio di ognuno dei "Trionfi". ll testo petrarchesco è impresso in carattere italico al centro delle cc. ed è contornato dal foltissimo commento esegetico del Vellutello, impresso in carattere romano ed in corpo tipografico più minuto. Alcuni capilettera xilografici istoriati. Registro al recto dell'ultima c.; in calce ad esso, variante dell'impresa giolitina. Manca l'angolo della c. 152. Alcune gore e tracce d'uso al dorso. Gore d'umido alle ultime cc. Annotazioni di mano antica al verso dell'ultima c. Esemplare rifilato al margine superiore. Pregevole impressione giolitina del Petrarca volgare commentato dal Vellutello, ristampa di quella dello stesso Giolito del 1544. Il celeberrimo commento del Vellutello era apparso per la prima volta nel 1525. Marsand, p. 55. Hortis, 76. Fiske Petrarch Collection, p. 100, Pet N 547c. Adams, P-814. STC Italian, p. 504. Speck / Neumann, p. 247. Sander, 5633. Ebert, 16410."... une des meilleurs et des plus soignées edition de Giolito". Graesse, V, p. 227. Brunet, IV, p. 550: "Réimpression très-soignée, et qui, pour la correction du texte, est peut-être la mellieur des nombreuse éditions de ce commentaire. Gabriel Giolito avait déja donné le Petrarque de Vellutello en 1540, in-4, et deux fois dans le même format en 1545". Gamba, 714. EDIT16 CNCE 47367. Italiano

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         COMMENTARII DI GAIO GIULIO CESARE: tradotti di latino in uolgar lingua per Agostino Ortica della Porta Genouese, nuoumen te in piu luoghi al uero senso dell'auttore ridotti, & con diligentia ricorrecti, Con la tauola di tutte la cose piu notabili

      Venice: Aldus, 1547. Sextodecimo in full vellum boards, VG+ / No dust jacket, minor shelf-wear: vellum a little chipped at base of spine, light age-toning to boards, title written in clear, beautiful calligraphy on spine; stitched vellum binding is perhaps a later addition, but appears to date from no later than 17th century. Edge of text block age-toned, a single word is written in ink in large caps across the bottom edge of the text block. Pages in excellent condition, almost no age-toning or foxing to text, title page bears Aldus' mark of a dolphin twined around an anchor, some writing and marks in ink on title page and last page, but nowhere else in text, several full page engravings and 2 double-page maps are included at the beginning of the text, a detailed index is appended at the end. 256 pp. TEXT IN ITALIAN. Shelved in upstairs area, on bookshelf next to printer. Rockville Non-Retail Listings.

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         Van de tempelen: dat is vijf boecken van den oorspronck, voortganck, ghebruyck en de misbruyck der tempelen ende gheheelijck aller dinghen, die tot de tempelen behooren.Amsterdam, Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburch, 1606. 4to. With Cloppenburch's printer's device on title-page and one page (O1) rubricated in red. Contemporary vellum.

      STCN 080151191 (2 copies); WorldCat (4 other copies). Rare first and only edition of the Dutch translation of a theological work by the Swiss reformed theologian Rudolf Hospinian (1547-1626). The work is divided into 5 books, the first dealing with the "origin of temples", starting with the tabernacle and Jewist temples, upto christian churches. The second deals with objects that can be found in temples and churches and their function. The other three books deal with objects and buildings outside temples and churches, graveyards for example.Books 3-5 bound before books 1-2. With water stains throughout, first few leaves trimmed at the lower margin. Binding slightly stained, but overall in good condition.

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         De bello punico libri septemdecim

      Sebastianum Gryphium, Lugduni 1547 - In 12°, pp 430, rilegatura coeva, tassello al dorso con decorazioni floreali e iscrizione "Silius Italicus Poeta" in oro, alcuni commenti coevi in inchiostro a margine di alcune pagine, eccellenti condizioni. 1 volume in 12°, pp 430, contemporary binding, lettering piece to the back with floral decorations and gilt inscription Silius Italicus Poeta", some contemporary comments in ink to the margin of some pages, excellent condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Summa de philosophia natural en la qual assi mismo se tracta de astulugia y astronomia, [et] otras sciencias / en estilo nunca visto, nuevamente sacada por el magnifico cauallero Alonso de Fuentes

      en casa de Juan de León, Sevilla 1547 - "Early Spanish Science - With a 1574 Map That Shows the East Coast of America". 4to; title page with ornamental border and marginal notes. Woodcut illustrations in text. Full recent leather, blindstamped on both covers, spine with raised bands. Cartoné slipcase. RARE FIRST EDITION OF THIS COMPENDIUM OF ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, COSMOGRAPHY AND PHILOSOPHY.; the last section being reminiscent of Aristotle. The entire text consists of a dialogue between Etrusco, who asks the questions, and Vandalio, who supplies the answers. There is a curious woodcut map of the globe which shows part of the east coast of America, and the north of the "Austral" land, in addition to Europe, Asia and Africa.Alonso de Fuentes was a Spanish man of letters, famous mainly as the editor of cantos, religious or historical folksongs. This work is entirely different: it is a compendium of natural sciences, including cosmology, geography, astrology and astronomy. It is written in the form of a dialogue, in a curious and original manner. Questions are asked in the form of Italian verse, the answers are given in Castilian prose. The two partners in the dialogue are identified as Ethrusco (Italian) and Vandalio (Castilian). One is printed in Roman letters, the other in a Gothic book type. The 17 woodcut diagrams illustrate the contents of the book. There are maps of the world (one of them giving an idea of the Azores and America), the signs of the Zodiac, the course of the planets, eclipses of the sun and the moon; one map gives the course of the Nile with its probable sources, and so on. Brunet II, 1417: "Livre rare"; Palau 95384; Houzeau-Lancaster No. 2519; Catalogo de la Biblioteca de Salva No. 623; Catalogue of the Hispanic Society of America, p. 218"; Maggs, 1928, p. 46. Escudero, Hispalense, No. 480. vols. volumen(es)/volume(s) S.P. páginas [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Dialogi maritimi di M. Gioan Jacopo Bottazzo. Et alcune rime maritime di M. Nicolo Franco et d'altri diversi spiriti, dell'Accademia de gli Argonauti.In Mantova, per Iacopo Ruffinelli, 1547.

      In Mantova, per Iacopo Ruffinelli 1547 - Cm. 15, cc. 168. Graziosa legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titoli ms. al dorso, tracce di lacci e piccole unghie. mancanza di pochi mm. alla parte superiore del dorso, sporadiche macchiette/fioriture, alcuni trascurabili aloni marginali. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e ben conservato. Giovanni Iacopo Bottazzo, nato a Montecastello (Alessandria) nei primi anni del XVI secolo, fu letterato e grande viaggiatore. Nel 1540, insieme a Niccolò Franco, fondo l'Accademia degli Argonauti e pochi anni dopo diede alle stampe i Dialoghi marittimi (per ulteriori informazioni bio-bibliografiche, si veda la voce B. curata da Piero Floriani, in Dizionario Biografico degli italiani, volume XIII). La prima parte, rivolta a marinai e navigatori, contiene i tre dialoghi di Bottazzo dedicati a geografia, venti e astronomia (sfera e cose celesti); la seconda raccoglie vari componimenti poetici di Niccolò Franco, Giovan Francesco Arrivabene e altri "argonauti", sempre dedicati al medesimo argomento. Rara prima edizione. Cfr. Graesse, I, p. 505; Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Il Petrarcha con l'espositione d' Alessandro Vellutello di novo ristampato con le figure a i Triomphi, et con più cose utili in varii luoghi aggiunte

      appresso Gabriel Giolito de'Ferrari, in Vinegia 1547 - In-8° (230x170mm), ff. (8), 215, (1), legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con unghie e tassello in pelle rossa con titolo in oro al dorso. Tagli rossi a spruzzo. Sontuoso frontespizio xilografico con titolo a mo' di lapide e impresa giolitina (la fenice in piedi sopra un globo con le iniziali dell'editore da cui si sprigionano fiamme e il motto entro cartiglio Semper eadem) entro bordura architettonica con putti, figurazioni allegoriche muliebri, festoni, motivi vegetali e ornamentali a ricalco di stucchi. Avvertenza ai lettori di Lodovico Domenichi, seguita da un Sonetto sopra le sacre ceneri del Perarcha [sic] e di M. Laura; il sonetto reca a un terzo di pag. una xilografia con un'urna cineraria con i ritratti del Petrarca e di Laura; l'urna è sormontata dalla fenice giolitina, simbolo di rigenerazione e di eternità. Seguono un anonimo scritto su Vita e costumi del Poeta e un altro scritto sull'Origine di Madonna Laura con la descrittione di Valclusa del luogo ove il Poeta a principio di lei s'innamorò. Una xilografia a piena pag. con topografia della Valchiusa (Descrittione del sito di Valclusa), 5 xilografie intercalate n.t. in principio di ognuno dei Trionfi. ll testo petrarchesco è impresso in carattere italico al centro delle cc. ed è contornato dal foltissimo commento esegetico del Vellutello, impresso in carattere romano ed in corpo tipografico più minuto. Alcuni capilettera xilografici istoriati. Registro al recto dell'ultima c.; in calce ad esso, variante dell'impresa giolitina. Manca l'angolo della c. 152. Alcune gore e tracce d'uso al dorso. Gore d'umido alle ultime cc. Annotazioni di mano antica al verso dell'ultima c. Esemplare rifilato al margine superiore. Pregevole impressione giolitina del Petrarca volgare commentato dal Vellutello, ristampa di quella dello stesso Giolito del 1544. Il celeberrimo commento del Vellutello era apparso per la prima volta nel 1525. Marsand, p. 55. Hortis, 76. Fiske Petrarch Collection, p. 100, Pet N 547c. Adams, P-814. STC Italian, p. 504. Speck / Neumann, p. 247. Sander, 5633. Ebert, 16410. une des meilleurs et des plus soignées edition de Giolito. Graesse, V, p. 227. Brunet, IV, p. 550: Réimpression très-soignée, et qui, pour la correction du texte, est peut-être la mellieur des nombreuse éditions de ce commentaire. Gabriel Giolito avait déja donné le Petrarque de Vellutello en 1540, in-4, et deux fois dans le même format en 1545. Gamba, 714. EDIT16 CNCE 47367. Italiano

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         La Italia liberata dai Gotthi

      - Roma, Valerio e Luigi Dorico, 1547 [Colophon]: Venezia, Tolomeo Gianicolo, Ottobre 1548. 3 volumi in-8, pp. (16), 175, (1); 181, (5) di cui la seconda bianca; 184, (4) di cui l'ultima bianca. Due tavole silografiche ripiegate fuori testo, la prima della Castramentazione di Belisario, la seconda raffigurante una pianta di Roma. Titoli racchiuso in cornice architettonica. Legatura ottocentesca in marocchino nocciola, doppia cornice di filetti dorati ai piatti, titolo e note in oro al dorso. Assai rara edizione originale di questo poema epico ed esemplare completo dell'errata del primo volume e dei versi posti alle carte 127-v e 131-v della seconda parte i quali, essendo stati reputati offensivi per la riprovazione mossa dal Trissino all'operato di alcuni pontefici, vennero perciò eliminati dagli esemplari invenduti. Il testo è impresso con l'uso dell'innovativo corsivo elaborato dall'autore e fuso come da sue raccomandazioni dall'Arrighi, con l'introduzione di lettere greche al fine di determinare una più precisa correlazione tra grafica e fonetica. Bibliografia: Gamba, 1712. Adams, T, 954. Sander, 7370. Brunet V, 953. Olschki, 5386. ¿ 2¿500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Moralium Exemplorum Libri Novem

      Venturinum Ruffinellum, Venetiis 1547 - 1 vol cm 32, cc. 12nn + cc. CCXXX, solida mezza pergamena, sguardie recenti, bella marca tipografica al frontespizio, testo su 2 colonne, inquadrato dal commento, capilettere con animali e grottesche, lievissima ombreggiatura, nitido e bell’esemplare in edizione rara 1 volume cm 32, cc. 12 nn + cc. CCXXX, solid half-parchment, nice typographic mark on the frontispiece, 2 column text framed by the commentary, initial letters with animals and grotesques, very light shading, nice copy, clean and rare edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Ilias, Homeri Vita, Odissea, Batracho-myomachia, Hymni XXXII (graece)

      Venetiis, apud Petrum de Nicolinis de Sabio, sumptu Melchioris Sessae 1547-51 - 2 volumi in 8°, ff.nn. 56 (vita Omero), 272 (Iliade), legatura difforme coeva con foglio di codice ms su pergamena del XII sec. per il I vol; il II volume inserito in pergamena cinquecentesca, assieme di tutte le opere di Omero di due diverse edizioni di Nicolini, entrambe estremamente rare ed impresse con eleganza in corsivo greco, la vita di Omero scritta da Erodoto e Plutarco inserita dal legatore in testa al I volume, esemplare a margini interi, ben conservato (traccia alone d’umido primi 8ff, piccolo lavoro tarlo ultimi ff I volume). 2 volumes in 8 °, ff. n.n. 56 (Homerus’ life), 272 (Iliad), contemporary binding with code sheet on parchment of the 12th century for volume I; 2nd volume in 16th century parchment, combine all Homerus’ works of two different editions by Nicolini, both extremely rare and printed with elegance in Greek types, the life of Homerus written by Herodotus and Plutarch inserted by the bookbinder at the beginning of volume I , copy with wide margins, well preserved (wet trace first 8 leaves, small wormhole to last leaves of I volume).

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         Comites Tirolenses. Sereniss. Maximiliano Austriae.

      Artist: Albizzi Antonio ( - 1626) Augsburg; issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1626 1547 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Upper external right corner perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 56 x 39; - description: Family tree of cout of Tyrol.; -vita of the artist: The Italian jurist and genealogist Albizzi was born in Florence in 1547. Little is known of his life. In 1576 he was in the service of Cardinal-Archduke Andreas of Austria. In 1585 he converted to Lutheranism. From 1608 on he spent the rest of his life in the Protestant Imperial City of Kempten (Bavaria), where he died in 1626.

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         Vocabularius Utriusque Iuris [Juris] Difficillimas Quasque Voces...

      1547. An Important Early Law Dictionary Nebrija, Antonio de [c.1444-1522], Compiler. Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista [c. 1420-1496]. Alberico, da Rosate [c.1290-1360]. Vocabularius Utriusque Iuris Difficillimas Quasque Voces Iuxta Receptos Iuris Interpretes Edifferens: Nunc Demum Exactissima Cura Recognitus: Ac (Velut e Sordibus Errorum Erutus) Supraq; Cuiusuis Alterius Editionis Auxesinb non Paucis Vocabulis Elegantissimis hac Ultima Impressione Locupletatus. Adiectae Sunt Etiam Quamplurimaenon Solum Dictiones, Verumetiam Lineae: Qua in Studiosorum Gratiam Suis Locis Nuper Appositae hoc Signo )( Praefixae Fuerunt. Venice: Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1547. 471, [1] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later diced quarter calf over marbled boards, gilt title and ornaments to spine, speckled edges, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to boards and extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, recent owner stamp to verso of front free endpaper. Light toning to text, a bit heavier in places, worming to top-edges of 28 leaves with minor loss to headlines, light foxing to a few leaves. An attractive copy. $1,750. * Later edition. A work of great authority, this popular dictionary was first published in 1506 as part of a volume of collected works. It went through more than twenty-five editions, with several variations in content, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is a humanistic work grounded in philology and historical commentary. Nebrija was an important Spanish scholar and educator. Educated at the universities of Salamanca and Bologna, he read widely in law, medicine and theology. His philological work, which included the first Spanish grammar and dictionary, led to the standardization of the language. In 1502 he was a member of a group of scholars gathered by Cardinal Ximenes de Cisneros at Alcala to produce the Complutensian Polyglot Bible. This edition also includes Caccialupi's Tractatus de Modo Studendi in Utroque Iure, an introductory textbook for law students, and Rosate's Breve Compendiolum de Orthographia, a guide to legal writing. OCLC locates 1 copy of this edition, in Italy (Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore). This edition not in Adams. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE31731.

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         LIBRI QUINQUE STATUTORUM INCLYTAE CIVITATIS MUTINAE.

      (Modena), Ioannes de Nicolis Mutinensis excudebat, 1547. In-4 gr. (mm. 298x210), p. pergamena coeva (con picc. macchie, restaur.), 6 cc.nn., XLII,CXXXXII cc.num., 1 c.nn. (Errata e registro), VII cc.num., 3 cc.nn. Manca al fine una carta bianca. Bel frontespizio entro ricca cornice figurata e con lo stemma della città di Modena al centro in xilografia, ornato da grandi iniziali a vignetta pure inc. su legno. Nei cinque libri: “primus, De officiis appellatur - secundus, De civilibus appellatur - tertius, De maleficis appellatur - quartus, De damnis dati tractatur - quintus, De rebus ad victualia pertinentibus loquitur”. In appendice: Reformationes statutorum novorum inclytar civitatis Mutinae”. Cfr. Manzoni, p. 282 - Fontana,II, p. 216: “Le ultime cc. furono stampate dopo il 1547, contenendo esse documenti del 1548 e 1550”. Prime 7 cc. restaur. per picc. manc. marginali; aloni interc. nel t.; 2 carte con antichi restauri per strappi; parecchie pagine con ang. infer. arrotondato e con numerosiss. antiche postille a penna, ma complessivamente discreto esemplare. .

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         Psalmi Davidici Septvaginta Qvinqve, in Lyricos Versvs, servata Ecclesiasticae versionis ueritate et Hebraerorum uarietate, redacti.

      Lutetiae Parisiorum cum priuilegio ad sexennium, per Nicolaum Diuitem uia Sacerdotum, ad divae Genouefes, sub insigni geminae anchorae, 1547. - in-8. 8ff. 148ff. (mal chiffrés 158). Demi-basane (modeste reliure du XIXs., frottée). Edition Originale extrêmement rare de la versification des Pseaumes de David par le grand humaniste Jean de Gaigny (mort en 1549). Cet érudit, chancelier de l'Université et premier aumônier de François Ier joua un rôle remarquable dans l'essor de la Renaissance en France, en retrouvant et publiant d'importants manuscrits anciens. Il avait fait installer une imprimerie dans sa propre maison, rue des Prêtres Saint-Etienne-du-Mont, que dirigeait son neveu Nicolas Leriche. Elle avait pour enseigne deux ancres en sautoir. Jean de Gaigny fit graver un caractère spécial pour cette imprimerie, inspiré de l'italique aldine qu'il admirait beaucoup, et dont il confia l'exécution à Charles Chiffin, un orfèvre tourangeau. Une note préliminaire dans le présent volume, souligne la nouveauté de ce caractère en France, et annonce différentes publications à venir dans cette officine où se vendaient également d'authentiques impressions vénitiennes des Aldes. Les ouvrages imprimés chez Jean de Gaigny ont été rarement décrits et semblent peu nombreux. En fait l'activité de l'atelier ne dura que deux ans, jusqu'à la mort du grand érudit (1549) qui demanda par testament à ce que les matrices et poinçons de ses caractères soient vendus. Reliure modeste mais bon exemplaire intérieurement de cette très rare impression particulière. Il a appartenu au littérateur Edouard Thomas Simon (1740-1818), latiniste émérite qui fut bibliothécaire des Cinq-Cent puis du Tribunat, et qui a inscrit sa signature sur la page de titre. Cachet ancien de la bibliothèque de Jules du Moulin. Manque au NUC. Renouard, Répertoire des Imprimeurs Parisiens, édition 1965, p.161 - Renouard, Annales des Alde, 3e. éd. p.345 - Heilbrun, Imprimeurs Célèbres, no.149 [Attributes: First Edition]

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         CAROLA BURBONIA... (portrait of Charlotte de Bourbon)

      Portrait of Charlotte de Bourbon (1547-1582) the third wife of William of Orange. Half-length portrait of the richly dressed woman with a hand on the table in front of her. In each corner female personifications of the four elements with biblical scene in the background; in strapwork symbols related to the elements. Inscribed on the oval frame: 'CAROLA BVRBONIA D.G. PRIN. AVR. CO: NASS. &C. AET. ANN. XXIII A. M.LXXXI'. Latin captions below the representations of the elements; four lines of Latin text in cartouche at the bottom centre: 'Huius me curae... lustrabit lampade Solis'. Engraving on paper trimmed to plate mark; total: 272 x 183 mm; state II/2; very nice impression; New Hollstein 262; Strauss 143; Bartsch 179, Muller 99

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         DON JAN VAN OOSTENRYK. [Juan I of Austria (1547-1578)]

      Profile portrait of Juan I of Austria (1547-1578) in an oval. Iscribed on the bottom:' DON JAN VAN OOSTENRYK.', signed on the bottom right:'C. Ed. Taurel sculps.' Steel engraving on paper with margins, some stains on the plate; total: 258 x 176 mm. PP01JI (Juan I of Austria)

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         ANTONIVS ALBICIVS NOBILIS FLORENTINVS

      Bust portrait of Antonio Albizzi in an oval. Antonio Albizzi (lat : Antonius Albicius) was an Italian jurist and genealogist, born in Florence in 1547. In 1576 he was in the service of Cardinal-Archduke Andreas of Austria. In 1585 he converted to Lutheranism and spent the rest of his life in the Protestant Imperial City of Kempten, where he died in 1626. His most famous work was Principum Christianorum Stemmata (Augsburg 1612), an unusual collection of engravings showing the family trees of the leading royal and noble houses of Europe of that time (and unusually also including the genealogy of the Turkish Emperors). The fine decorative engravings include family trees, portraits and coats of arms and are set against the backdrop of City views and panoramas closely copied from the Civitates Orbis Terrarum by Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg (1572-1618). Lettered on the oval frame: 'ANTONIVS ALBICIVS NOBILIS FLORENTINVS'; on the bottom: 'Haec est ALBITII, Regum qui Stemmata scripsit. / Atque Ducum, artificis prodita imago manu. / Nobilitatis uti scriptor quoq[ue] Nobilis esset; / Nobilis hic genere est, Scriptore, et ingenio'. Engraving on laid paper; on the verso text in letterpress; total: 193 x 127 mm

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         CAROLA BURBONIA. (portrait of Charlotte de Bourbon)

      - Portrait of Charlotte de Bourbon (1547-1582) the third wife of William of Orange. Half-length portrait of the richly dressed woman with a hand on the table in front of her. In each corner female personifications of the four elements with biblical scene in the background; in strapwork symbols related to the elements. Inscribed on the oval frame: 'CAROLA BVRBONIA D.G. PRIN. AVR. CO: NASS. &C. AET. ANN. XXIII A. M.LXXXI'. Latin captions below the representations of the elements; four lines of Latin text in cartouche at the bottom centre: 'Huius me curae. lustrabit lampade Solis'. Engraving on paper trimmed to plate mark; total: 272 x 183 mm; state II/2; very nice impression; New Hollstein 262; Strauss 143; Bartsch 179, Muller 99

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         De verreezene Hippolytus, ontdekkende de natuur, eigenschappen, toomelooze hartstochten, onkuische liefde, en ydelheid der vrouwen. [...] Amsterdam, Jacob van Royen, 1711.

      "8º: * 8 (*1 + pi)1 A-T 8 (-T8, blanco?), gepag.: 302 pp. Gegraveerde titelpagina, 8 gegraveerde platen buiten collatie en 9 gravures in de tekst, alle ongesigneerd. Contemp. perkament, veel aantekeningen in zorgvuldig, vroeg 20ste-eeuws handschrift op schutbladen en in de marges, verder fraai exemplaar. Lit.: Brunet III-178; Bibl. Gay-Lemonnyer II-482; Graesse III-285 (alle de Latijnse uitgave); Buisman 834; ; Mateboer 1547; Muller 483; Scheepers I, 447; Waller 720"."Nederlandse vertaling van het oorspronkelijk in het Latijn geschreven 'Hippolytus redivivus', dat in 1644 ergens in Nederland - een impressum ontbreekt - is gedrukt. In 1645 verscheen de eerste Nederlandse vertaling. De anonieme schrijver van het werk doet zijn uiterste best om op elk bladzij zoveel mogelijk slechts over de vrouw te vertellen, waardoor hij in staat is een groot aantal pagina's prikkellectuur te produceren. Hippolytos is een figuur uit de Griekse mythologie; toen hij weigerde op de avances van zijn stiefmoeder Faidra in te gaan, draaide zij de zaken om en vertelde zijn vader Theseus dat hij haar te na was gekomen. Dat kostte Hippolytos het leven, want op verzoek van Theseus liet de god Poseidon hem dodelijk verongelukken. Deze geschiedenis is door Euripides, Seneca, Racine en Vondel (naar Seneca) in een treurspel verwerkt. Eén van de platen (tegenover p. 273) is volgens Muller een vrije reproductie naar een zeer oude volksprent (16e eeuw) genaamd Bigorne en Scherminkel, twee reusachtige monsterdieren, waarvan het eerste alleen goede mannen eet en bijster vet is; het andere eet alleen goede vrouwen en is .... zeer mager. Jacob van Royen was van 1671 tot 1717 in Amsterdam werkzaam als boekverkoper. In 1679 gaf hij 'De verreesen Hippolytus' voor het eerst uit, in 1710 gevolgd door een tweede, sterk vermeerderde druk. Dit is een titeluitgave van die uit 1710: alleen het jaartal op de titelpagina is verschillend. L2935"

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         Iniunccions geuen by the moste excellent prince, Edward the sixte, by the grace of God, kyng of England, Fraunce and Irelande . . . To all and singuler his louyng subiectes, as well of the Clergie, as of the Laietie. S.T.C. 10090.3

      London: Imprinted . . . by Richard Grafton [etc.], 1547. Modern boards, the joints frayed and beginning to crack, but sound, some browning, elaborate contemporary gloss, Goyder bookplate; the Taussig copy The first efforts to reform the English church under Edward VI, the popular reception of which remains debated, with the requirement of clergy celibacy ended, church property defaced or destroyed, chantries abolished and processions banned inter alia

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         Secretos de Philosophia y Astrologia y Medicina y de las Cuatro Mathematicas Sciencias: Collegidos de muchos y diversos auctores: y divididos en cinco quinquagenas de Preguntas

      George Coci 1547 - En Folio: cuatro folios incluso frontis arquitectónico grabado en madera y a dos tintas. 133 fols. impresos en letra gótica y a dos columnas (falta la hoja final de colofón). Encuadernación en pergamino de época. Ejemplar con minimos defectos en portada, con minimo remarginado en la parte blanca inferior de la hoja. Pequeñas manchas de humedad en angulo inferior de las 3 o 4 primeras hojas, pero en general buen ejemplar de este excepcional libro. Palau: 141008 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Iniunccions geuen by the moste excellent prince, Edward the sixte, by the grace of God, kyng of England, Fraunce and Irelande . . . To all and singuler his louyng subiectes, as well of the Clergie, as of the Laietie. S.T.C. 10090.3

      The first efforts to reform the English church under Edward VI, the popular reception of which remains debated, with the requirement of clergy celibacy ended, church property defaced or destroyed, chantries abolished and processions banned inter alia. Modern boards, the joints frayed and beginning to crack, but sound, some browning, elaborate contemporary gloss, Goyder bookplate; the Taussig copy. Imprinted . . . by Richard Grafton [etc.], London, 1547.

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         Zinne-poppen; alle verciert met rijmen, en sommighe met proze: door zijn dochter Anna Roemers.Amsterdam, Johannes van Ravesteyn, 1669. 12mo. With engraved emblematic title-page, an emblem on the back of A5, and 193 engraved emblems by Claes Jansz. Visscher, in text. With 2 engraved emblems pasted on first blanks (including a repeat of the emblem on A5). Contemporary vellum, green ties.

      Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 874; De Vries, Emblemata 56; cf. Praz 530 (first edition). Third edition of a popular and witty Dutch emblem book written by Roemer Visscher (1547-1620). The work consists of three series of 60 emblems, each with a motto in Latin or Dutch, a two-line verse below, and a short explanation on the facing page. The emblems are typical for the Dutch engraver Claes Jansz. Visscher (1586-1652): instead of the usual mythological iconography of traditional emblems, Visscher takes simple objects or subjects from daily life and sets them in their natural environment, in a city house or in the country, and with a perfectly chosen arrangement or action he directly comes to his point in a clear, yet entertaining way. Visscher's work was epoch-making: he was one of the first artists to depict the typical, natural Dutch landscape, breaking with older conventional images.With armorial bookplate on paste-down. Slightly browned, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding also very good, ties only slightly frayed.

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         Le Deche di T. Livio Padovano delle Historie Romane, Tradotte nella lingua Toscana, da Iacopo Nardi cittadino Fiorentino, & nuouamente dal medesimo riuedute & emendate, con le postille parimente accresciute nelle margini del libro, che diachiarano molti uocaboli delle cose uecchie, piu degne di cognitione: & molti nomi di Paesi, & citta, fiumi, monti, & luoghi, illustrati conomi moderni. Etappress, la ualuta delle monete Romane, ridotta al pregio di quelle de tempionostir: insieme con la dichiaratione di tutte le misure, quanto e stato necessario alla piena intelligenza dell'autore. Allequali, per maggior satisfattion de lettori, habbiamo anchora aggiunto la Tauola de Re, Consoli, Tribuni militari con lad podesta Consolare, & Dittatori: che per i tempi correnti sono stati creati nella citta di Roma. Et appresso, la Tauola di tutte le cose, fatti, & detti notabili, nella presente opera contenuti

      Col priuilegio dello Illustriss, Senato Veneto, per anni xv. In Venetia M D XLVII. [From Colophon: In Venetia nella stamperia degli heredidi Luc'Antonio Giunti Fiorentino, Nell anno del MDXLVII. Nel mese di Marzo.] 1547. Large, thick folio, 309 x 212 mms., [21 leaves, including final blank], 485 leaves printed recto and verso, with engraved vignette on title-page and a Giunti engraved vignette on colophon, later 18th century quarter vellum, marbled boards, black morocco; upper inner margin and lower portion of title-page neatly repaired, lower front hinge slightly cracked, margins of last leaf very slightly frayed, corners worn, but a very good copy of this popular imprint. This edition was prepared by the Italian historian and classicist, Jacopo Nardi (1476 - 1563). Titus Livius, as the historian is formally known, composed his Ab urbe condita in the years 27 to 15 B. C., though only about 25% of the original is thought to survive. There was some dispute in the early 19th century about the editio princeps, which is the edition printed in Rome by Sweynheym and Pannartz in two volumes in 1469. Nardi's edition was first published in 1540.

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         M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolae Ad Atticum, Summa Diligentia Castigatae ... Pauli Manutii in Easdem Epistolas Scholia, Etc. Bound with M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolarum Ad Brutum Liber. Ad Quintum Fratrem Libri II

      Lutetiae : Ex officina R. Stephani,, 1547-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 16mo. 336p., 142p. Published by Robert Estienne. Bound in contemporary vellum. Ink title to head of spine. AEG. Soiling to spine and extremities of vellum. Warping to vellum. Contemporary owners name of Carolus Guessaeus on title page. Very light contemporary underlining in second book, Brutus. Else, clean, unmarked pages. Minor marginal tanning.

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         D. Ioannis Chrysostomi Episcopi Constantinopolitani in sanctu Iesu Christi Evangelium secundum Joannem comenarii, diligenter ab Arrianorum faecibus purgati, & in lucem in sacrae paginate tyronum gratiam modò recèns sub minori forma aediti. Joan IIII. [with]: ... Marcum & Lucam.

      Paris:: Apud Mathurinum Dupuys... Sylvestris & Frobenii, 1547.. Two parts in one. Small 8vo. 283, [1], 79 ff. Woodcut initial letters, printed marginalia, index. Original full historiated pigskin with brass clasps, manuscript spine title. Stamp on title: Ad Biblioth[èque]. Conv. Franc., with related manuscript inscription at head of title. AS IS: heavily wormed throughout. Very rare (no copies located). Part of the commentaries, or homilies, on the Bible, this part being the Book of John, the fourth Gospel, and including, in the second part, the Books of Mark and Luke. Another part printed separately (not present here), contains commentaries on the book of Matthew [pagination [8], 276ff.]. ¶ John Chrysostom, c. 349 – 407, Archbishop of Constantinople, was also a prolific writer and his homilies are well known. “Chrysostom's extant homiletical works are vast, including many hundreds of exegetical homilies on both the New Testament (especially the works of Saint Paul) and the Old Testament (particularly on Genesis). Among his extant exegetical works are sixty-seven homilies on Genesis, fifty-nine on the Psalms, ninety on the Gospel of Matthew, eighty-eight on the Gospel of John, and fifty-five on the Acts of the Apostles.” – Wikip. & Catholic Encyclopaedia. ¶ WorldCat records 2 copies of the second part only: Red de Lectura Pública de Euskadi, Spain; Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI, Spain.

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         De differentiis febrium libri duo De Crisibus libri tres

      Guillaume Rouillé, Lyon 1547 - Plein veau brun moucheté (reliure de la fin du dix-septième / début du dix-huitième siècle), dos à quatre nerfs orné et doré portant la pièce de titre, gardes en papier marbré. Un volume in-24 (115x72 mm) de 133-(1)-(2 bl.) / 192-(13)-(3 bl.) pages . Quelques marginalia. Deux ouvrages de Galien reliés en un volume. Rares éditions de ces ouvrages sur les crises et sur les différentes sortes de fièvres, données par Guillaume Rouillé en 1547. Pour Galien, les états fébriles (définis par un excès de chaleur dans le coeur qui se diffuse ensuite dans le reste du corps) ne sont pas rangés parmi la sémiologie d'une maladie, mais considérés comme des pathologies à part entière. Il décrit les différentes espèces de fièvres simples (sanguine, bileuse, pituiteuse) dont il affirme qu'elles sont causées par des maladies de même nature. Séduisant exemplaire très bien conservé. Dezeimeris [II, 456] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ End of seventeenth-century full brown mottled calf, spine gilt in five compartments, title in gilt on lettering-piece, marbled endpapers. 24mo (115x72 mm), 133-(1)-(2 bl.) / 192-(13)-(3 bl.) pages . Some old manuscript marginalia Two rare works from Galen on crisis and fever. Good copy Dezeimeris [II, 456] In 24 144g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         D. Ioannis Chrysostomi Episcopi Constantinopolitani in sanctu Iesu Christi Evangelium secundum Joannem comenarii, diligenter ab Arrianorum faecibus purgati, & in lucem in sacrae paginate tyronum gratiam modò recèns sub minori forma aediti. Joan IIII. [with]: . Marcum & Lucam.

      Apud Mathurinum Dupuys. Sylvestris & Frobenii, 1547., Paris: - Two parts in one. Small 8vo. 283, [1], 79 ff. Woodcut initial letters, printed marginalia, index. Original full historiated pigskin with brass clasps, manuscript spine title. Stamp on title: Ad Biblioth[èque]. Conv. Franc., with related manuscript inscription at head of title. AS IS: heavily wormed throughout. Very rare (no copies located). Part of the commentaries, or homilies, on the Bible, this part being the Book of John, the fourth Gospel, and including, in the second part, the Books of Mark and Luke. Another part printed separately (not present here), contains commentaries on the book of Matthew [pagination [8], 276ff.]. John Chrysostom, c. 349 – 407, Archbishop of Constantinople, was also a prolific writer and his homilies are well known. "Chrysostom’s extant homiletical works are vast, including many hundreds of exegetical homilies on both the New Testament (especially the works of Saint Paul) and the Old Testament (particularly on Genesis). Among his extant exegetical works are sixty-seven homilies on Genesis, fifty-nine on the Psalms, ninety on the Gospel of Matthew, eighty-eight on the Gospel of John, and fifty-five on the Acts of the Apostles." – Wikip. & Catholic Encyclopaedia. WorldCat records 2 copies of the second part only: Red de Lectura Pública de Euskadi, Spain; Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI, Spain.

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        Chiromantia. 1 Physiognomia, ex aspectu membrorum Hominis. 2 Periaxiomata de faciebus Signorum. 3 Canones astrologici, de judiciis Aegritudinum. 4 Astrologia Naturalis. 5 Complexionum notitia, iuxta dominium Planetarum

      Petrum Drouart 1547 - Plein vélin pastiche Un volume in-12 (156x98 mm), 111-(1) feuillets. . Salissures, Trois derniers feuillets restaurés en marge Rare édition du seizième siècle du traité d'Indagine, le plus recherché des livres de chiromancie et de physiognomonie. Les deux dernières parties sont consacrées à l'astrologie et à l'influence des planètes. Richement illustré avec 82 bois in texte. Cantamessa [II, 3889] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Full vellum, antic style 12mo (156x98 mm), 111-(1) leave . Soiled. Three last leave repared in margin Rare edition of the sixteenth century of this treaty of Indagine, one of the most wanted books on palmistry and physiognomy. The last two parts are devoted to astrology and the influence of the planets. Richly illustrated with 82 woodcuts in text. Cantamessa [II, 3889] In 12 / 12mo 152g. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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