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        Divina quaedam S. Ephraem Opera Mille Ducentis Iam Annis e Syra in Graecam Linguam, Nunc Autem e Graeca in Latinam Versa. Petro Francesco Zino, Veronensi Interprete

      Venice: Fran. Rampazetum, 1561. First edition. Wood-engraved title-page ornament and initials. 91, [1] leaves. Collation: A-L^8 M^4. 12mo. Old vellum. A few small holes to title, worming to top margin of first 10 leaves, some dampstaining and toning throughout. Old stamp (partially erased) on title-page and old ownership markings on title and endpapers, underlining throughout. First edition. Wood-engraved title-page ornament and initials. 91, [1] leaves. Collation: A-L^8 M^4. 12mo. Rare 16th-century collection of spiritual writings by the early Syriac Orthodox Church father Saint Ephraim (c. 306-373), translated into Latin from Greek and Syrian by Pietro Francesco Vinus. This edition not recorded in Adams, who does record a 1562 edition of the Vinus translation printed in Dillingen, and only one copy located in OCLC. OCLC: 636664130 (1 copy); not in Adams

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        Von Forstlicher Oberherrligkeit und Gerechtigkeit, Was die.

      1561 - Fascinating Sixteenth-Century Digest of Land and Hunting Laws Meurer, Noe [1525-1583]. Spangenberg, Cyriacus [1528-1604]. Von Forstlicher Oberherrligkeit und Gerechtigkeit, Was die Recht, Der Gebrauch, Und die Billigkeit Desshalben Vermog. Item: Von dem Waren Oder Gerechten Rechten, Der Teutschen Gerechtigkeit, Aequitate Oder Billigkeit, Wie und Wenn die von Einem Jeden Gerechten und Nit zu Strengen Richter, Nach Gestalt und Gelegenheit Furfallender Ungleicher Fall und Sachen Zuhalten, Und Darnach zu Urteilen Sey. Alles Beschriben durch den Hochgelehrten Noe Meurer. Auch vom Rechtmessigen Jagen und vom Missbrauch Desselbigen, Bestendiger Bericht durch M. Cyriacum Spangenberg. [Frankfurt am Main: Weigand Han and Georg Raben, 1561]. c, xxxvii, [1], lxxx, [4] ff. Three parts in one volume. Folio (11" x 7"). Recent paper-covered boards retaining earlier paper spine, endpapers renewed, edges rouged. Light soiling, front joint just starting at head, recent owner bookplate to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black, large woodcut coat of arms to verso. Light browning to text, faint dampstaining to fore-edge of text block, two small library stamps to foot of title page. A nice copy of a handsomely printed volume. $2,500. * Second and final edition. Early game and land laws record the earliest attempts to preserve the environment. They also offer fascinating insights into social history due to their relevance to topics ranging from class structure to foodways. First published in 1560, Meurer and Spangenberg's compilation offers a thorough overview of land-use, fishing and hunting laws as they stood in the states of the Holy Roman Empire during the mid-sixteenth century. The first edition is considerably shorter than the second, containing 100 leaves. Both editions are scarce in North America. OCLC locates 2 copies of the first edition (at Columbia Law School and Yale University) and 1 copy of the second (at Harvard University). Not in Adams. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts M5017. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Platonis Atheniensis, Philosophi summi ac penitus divini opera, quae ad nos extant omnia, per Ianum Cornarium Medicum Physicum Latina lingua conscripta . Additis Marsilii Ficini

      Hieronymus Froben, Basileae 1561 - Qualche mancanza di rivestimento pergamenaceo al piatto anteriore, vecchia scritta a lapis alla prima bianca, antica annotazione cassata al frontespizio, rinforzo cartaceo al margine del controfrontespizio, della settima carta e delle due carte di indice, Marca tipografica al frontespizio raffigurante Caduceo tenuto da mani che escono dalle nuvole con due serpenti arrotolati e un volatile in cima. (22) + 1048 + (60) p. 340x240 mm p.perg settecentesca con tassello

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        Platonis Atheniensis philosophi summi ac penitus diuini Opera quae ad nos extant omnia per Ianum Cornarium ... latina lingua conscripta

      1048 pages+ 60 unnumbered pages. With printers mark on last page sider, Basileae. Cautum est priuilegio D.Ferdinandi Imp. Ne quis Typographorum intra quinquinnium hanc editionem imitetur, 1561, Bound in a contemporary half vellum with raised bands and cal with many woodcut initials

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        Von Forstlicher Oberherrligkeit und Gerechtigkeit, Was die..

      1561. Fascinating Sixteenth-Century Digest of Land and Hunting Laws Meurer, Noe [1525-1583]. Spangenberg, Cyriacus [1528-1604]. Von Forstlicher Oberherrligkeit und Gerechtigkeit, Was die Recht, Der Gebrauch, Und die Billigkeit Desshalben Vermog. Item: Von dem Waren Oder Gerechten Rechten, Der Teutschen Gerechtigkeit, Aequitate Oder Billigkeit, Wie und Wenn die von Einem Jeden Gerechten und Nit zu Strengen Richter, Nach Gestalt und Gelegenheit Furfallender Ungleicher Fall und Sachen Zuhalten, Und Darnach zu Urteilen Sey. Alles Beschriben durch den Hochgelehrten Noe Meurer. Auch vom Rechtmessigen Jagen und vom Missbrauch Desselbigen, Bestendiger Bericht durch M. Cyriacum Spangenberg. [Frankfurt am Main: Weigand Han and Georg Raben, 1561]. c, xxxvii, [1], lxxx, [4] ff. Three parts in one volume. Folio (11" x 7"). Recent paper-covered boards retaining earlier paper spine, endpapers renewed, edges rouged. Light soiling, front joint just starting at head, recent owner bookplate to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black, large woodcut coat of arms to verso. Light browning to text, faint dampstaining to fore-edge of text block, two small library stamps to foot of title page. A nice copy of a handsomely printed volume. $2,500. * Second and final edition. Early game and land laws record the earliest attempts to preserve the environment. They also offer fascinating insights into social history due to their relevance to topics ranging from class structure to foodways. First published in 1560, Meurer and Spangenberg's compilation offers a thorough overview of land-use, fishing and hunting laws as they stood in the states of the Holy Roman Empire during the mid-sixteenth century. The first edition is considerably shorter than the second, containing 100 leaves. Both editions are scarce in North America. OCLC locates 2 copies of the first edition (at Columbia Law School and Yale University) and 1 copy of the second (at Harvard University). Not in Adams. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts M5017.

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        Verae alchemiae artisque metallicae, citra aenigmata, doctrina, certusque modus, scriptis tum novis tum veteribus nunc primum & fideliter maiori ex parte editis, comprehensus. . .

      Basel: Heinrich Petri and Peter Perna, 1561. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Two parts in one volume. Folio (297 x 197 mm). [16], 244, 299 [1] pp. Historiated and ornamental woodcut initials. Signatures: *8 a-t6 u8 A-Z6 Aa-Bb6. Contemporary vellum over thin boards, manuscript lettering to spine and bottom edge (minor staining to binding, corners chipped), presentation slip pasted to free front endpaper. Text with minor occasional browning and spotting, but generally clean and bright. Provenance: Giovanni Antonio Delfini (1506-1561), theologian and Vicar General of the Order of the Convent of San Francisco in Bologna, with his signature on title. Very good, unsophisticated copy in original binding. ---- Adams A-575; Duveen, p.268; Ferguson I-341; VD16 G 2915. FIRST EDITION of this rare and important compilation of alchemical texts, including works by Jabir ibn Hayyan, Roger Bacon, Richardus Anglicus, Robertus Tauladanus, Giovanni Battista da Monte, Arnaldus de Villanova, Albertus Magnus, Ramon Llull, Aristotle, Avicenna, Johannes de Rupescissa, Guglielmo Grataroli, Giovanni Braccesco, and Giovanni Aurelio Augurelli. Grataroli (sometimes seen as "Gratarolo") was a native of Bergamo who converted to Calvinism and settled in Basel, where he practiced and taught medicine, and wrote and edited works on medicine and alchemy. The Verae alchemiae was his most notable work. - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.

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        Michaelis Tarchaniotae Marulli Constantinopolitani Epigrammata & Hymni

      - Apud Andream Wechelum, Lutetiae Parisiorum 1561, 92ff., relié. - nuova edizione Copiare le braccia di J. Gómez de la Cortina, con il suo motto: fallitur hora legendo. Legatura in piena pelle di pecora verde abete bene ghiaia fine del XIX. Indietro con i nervi decorate con le reti. Le armi sulle stoviglie. Doppia rete inquadratura. Friesland Indoor. bordi dorati. Lievi tracce di attrito. Molto bella copia, particolarmente fresco. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition après l'édition princeps de 1509. Exemplaire aux armes de J. Gomez de la Cortina, avec sa devise : Fallitur hora legendo. Diplomate né au Mexique et vivant en Espagne et mort en 1860, Gomez de la Cortina fut un des plus célèbre bibliophile du XIXe siècle, avec une préférence marquée pour les poètes latins et néo-latins, qu'il faisait relier par des ateliers parisiens prestigieux. Reliure en pleine basane vert sapin maroquinée milieu XIXe. Dos à nerfs orné de filets. Armes sur les plats. Double filet d'encadrement. Frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Légères traces de frottement. Très bel exemplaire, particulièrement frais. Michel Tarchaniota Marullus, né à Constantinople en 1458 et décédé en Toscane en 1500, plus connu sous le nom de Michel Marulle dans les lettres françaises, est un illustre poète néo-latin, que Boticelli a immortalisé par un portrait célèbre. Sa famille fuira Constantinople occupé par les Turcs et s'installera en Italie où le poète sera un homme de guerre au service de plusieurs souverains. Ses Epigrammes et ses Hymnes sont ses plus célèbres oeuvres et sont dédiées à deux Médicis : Laurent le Magnifique et Pierre II de Médicis. Elle révèlent un ton très personnel et plein de sensibilité qui aura une très grande influence en France, notamment sur Ronsard. Armes de Gomez de la Cortina sur le contreplat (pièce de cuir détourée). Timbre sec sur une page de garde (GDM). NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.  

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        Galeni prima classis naturam corporis humani, hoc est elementa, temperaturas, humores, structurae habitudinisque modos, partium dissectionem, usum, facultates & actiones, feminis deniq f

      Basilea, 1561 (in fine: Basilea in officina Frobeniana, per Hieronymum Frobenium & Nicolaum Episcopium). In folio grande. Pp. 686, 1 carta con la marca tipografica. Legatura in pergamena coeva con lacci e fregio dorato ai piatti. Volume, che può stare a se stante, dell'opera omnia del celebre medico Galeno. Bell'esemplare. Nessun esemplare, di questa edizione, nelle biblioteche italiane

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        Michaelis Tarchaniotae Marulli Constantinopolitani Epigrammata & Hymni

      Apud Andream Wechelum 1561 - - Apud Andream Wechelum, Lutetiae Parisiorum 1561, 92ff., relié. - Nouvelle édition après l'édition princeps de 1509. Exemplaire aux armes de J. Gomez de la Cortina, avec sa devise : Fallitur hora legendo. Diplomate né au Mexique et vivant en Espagne et mort en 1860, Gomez de la Cortina fut un des plus célèbre bibliophile du XIXe siècle, avec une préférence marquée pour les poètes latins et néo-latins, qu'il faisait relier par des ateliers parisiens prestigieux. Reliure en pleine basane vert sapin maroquinée milieu XIXe. Dos à nerfs orné de filets. Armes sur les plats. Double filet d'encadrement. Frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Légères traces de frottement. Très bel exemplaire, particulièrement frais. Michel Tarchaniota Marullus, né à Constantinople en 1458 et décédé en Toscane en 1500, plus connu sous le nom de Michel Marulle dans les lettres françaises, est un illustre poète néo-latin, que Boticelli a immortalisé par un portrait célèbre. Sa famille fuira Constantinople occupé par les Turcs et s'installera en Italie où le poète sera un homme de guerre au service de plusieurs souverains. Ses Epigrammes et ses Hymnes sont ses plus célèbres oeuvres et sont dédiées à deux Médicis : Laurent le Magnifique et Pierre II de Médicis. Elle révèlent un ton très personnel et plein de sensibilité qui aura une très grande influence en France, notamment sur Ronsard. Armes de Gomez de la Cortina sur le contreplat (pièce de cuir détourée). Timbre sec sur une page de garde (GDM). NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition Exemplar to the arms of J. Gomez de la Cortina, with its motto: Fallitur hora legendo. Binding in full green grass fir maroquinée late nineteenth. Back with nerves adorned with nets. Weapons on the boards. Double framing net. Inland frieze. Golden slices. Slight traces of friction. Very nice copy, especially fresh. 92ff. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DESCRITTIONE DI TUTTA ITALIA Nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine & le signorie della città, & de i castelli, co i nomi antichi, & moderni, i costumi de' popoli, & le conditioni de i paesi.... Aggiuntavi nuovamente la descrittione di tutte

      Venetia, appresso Ludovico de gli Avanzi, 1561. In-8 p. (mm. 207x145), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergamena antica, tit. oro al dorso, tagli scuri, 42 cc.nn., 503 cc.num., 1 c.b.; 92 cc.num., 4 cc.nn.; con due marche tipografiche xilografate ai due frontespizi, ornato da grandi e belle iniziali figurate a vignetta, pure inc. su legno. Dedica dell'A. ai sovrani di Francia Enrico II e Caterina de Medici. Importante opera di carattere geografico ma anche ricca di notizie sulla storia, gli usi e i costumi delle varie regioni d'Italia “et piu gli huomini famosi, che l'hanno illustrata, i monti, i laghi, i fiumi, le montagne, i bagni, le miniere; con tutte l'opere meravigliose in lei dalla natura prodotte”. La seconda parte, dedicata specificatamente alle "Isole appartenenti alla Italia", è qui presente in “prima edizione”. “Il bolognese Leando Alberti (1479-1552?), legò il suo nome soprattutto alla "Descrittione di tutta Italia..", Bologna, 1550. A questa prima edizione, che è la più bella e stimata, ne seguirono dal 1551 al 1631 altre dieci a Venezia, e due a Colonia in latino. L'opera è costruita secondo l'intento, e in buona parte sulla falsariga, dell'"Italia Illustrata" di Flavio Biondo; è opera cioè, secondo le parole dello stesso A., non di cosmografo ma di ‘geografo topografo e historico insieme', sì che nel complesso essa può essere considerata una grande raccolta di materiale, utile soprattutto per gli sviluppi della scienza geografica e geopolitica”. Così Diz. Biografico Italiani,I, pp. 699-701. Frase ms. al primo frontesp.; rifilato al marg. super.; alone margin. sulle prime 16 cc. e con uniformi arross. più o meno lievi interc. nel t. ma complessivamente buon esemplare. .

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        Poetices libri septem : I Historicus, II Hyle, III Idea, IV Parasceue, V Criticus, VI Hypercriticus, VII Epinomis

      apud Ioannem Crispinum, 1561. Cm. 30,5, pp. (12) 364 (36) [errori nella numerazione delle pagine e nella fascicolazione del quaderno iniziale, ma esemplare collazionato e completo]. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio, alcuni graziosi capilettera e belle testatine xil. Legatura antica in piena perg. rigida con titoli in oro su tass. al dorso. Carte di guardia assenti. Prime carte leggermente frastagliate nel margine bianco superiore, antiche note ms. di possesso e glosse al margine, lievi e sporadici aloni, fioriture e macchiette sparse. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in buono stato di conservazione. Giulio Cesare Scaligero (1484-1558), medico e letterato nativo di Riva del Garda, fu una figura di primissimo piano nel panorama culturale europeo della prima metà del XVI secolo. Dopo l"esordio dottrinale avvenuto nel 1531 con un scritto diretto contro il Ciceronianus di Erasmo, Scaligero scrisse di grammatica e di botanica, ottenendo fama e reputazione negli ambienti scientifici. Questo trattato, assai influente nella storia della critica letteraria, teorizzava tra l"altro la superiorità di Virgilio rispetto ad Omero e condizionò anche Shakespeare e Pierre Corneille. Verosimilmente prima edizione (esistono 3 varianti dell"edizione originale con la medesima numerazione della pagine: rispettivamente di Jean Crispin, Antoine Vincent e la terza senza dati tipografici). Cfr. Kvk; Iccu..

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        Elogia virorum bellica virtute illustrium veris imaginibus supposita, quae apud Musaeum spectanctur, in libros septem digesta

      s.n, 1561. Unito a: GIOVIO PAOLO. Elogia doctorum virorum ab auorum memoria publicatis ingenij monumentis illustrium ... Praeter nova Ioan. Latomi Bergani in singulos epigrammata, adiecimus ad priora Italicae editionis, illustrium aliquot poetarum alia. Stessi dati tip. Due parti in un volume di cm. 16, pp. 592 (18); (16) 310 (10). Graziosi capilettera xilografici. Legatura antica in piena perg. rigida con titoli in oro su tass. al dorso. Antica firma di possesso al frontespizio, sguardia finale assente. Lievi aloni sparsi, più evidenti nella parte centrale del volume. Buon esemplare. Paolo Giovio (1483-1552), di Como, fu tra i principali storici del Cinquecento italiano. Così la voce Giovio (D.B.I, vol. 56) a proposito di quest"opera: "Gli Elogia [ndr, divisi in letterati e statisti] sono una miniera non solo di dati biografici, ma soprattutto di costumi del tempo, giudizi, voci, anche pettegolezzi, in un"epoca che si dedicò, e non in poca misura, alla creazione delle personalità eroiche. Si tratta di brevi composizioni che impiegano le res gestae e la tradizione orale per delineare pregi e difetti di un personaggio, anche accogliendo notizie oggi non verificabili altrove, purché servano a ritrarne l"essenza, così come i contemporanei lo percepivano". Non comune e sempre ricercato. Cfr. Iccu; Kvk..

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        Della grandezza della terra et dell'acqua. Trattato … nuovamente mandato in luce

      appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1561. Cm. 20,5, cc. (4) 43 (1) [quaderno K corrispondente alle cc. 37-40 ripetuto e quindi presente due volte]. Bel marchio tip. a frontespizio e colophon, alcuni graziosi capilettera, testo in carattere tondo e note marginali in corsivo. Con alcune figure geometriche n.t. Legatura in pergamena coeva ottimamente rimontata nel XX secolo (ex-libris Giorgio Tabarroni). Alcuni forellini (e corrispondenti lesioni nel testo) dovuti a difetti della carta da carta 31 a carta 35. Scritta di mano antica al frontespizio parzialmente occultata. Esemplare nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Alessandro Piccolomini (1508-1579), nativo di Siena, appartenne alla stessa famiglia di papa Pio II. Fu ecclesiastico, letterato, commediografo e poeta. Tradusse Virgilio, Senofonte, Ovidio e soprattutto Aristotele, di cui fu tra i più insigni divulgatori. Questo fortunato trattato dedicato alla proporzione acqua/terra nel nostro pianeta, passa in rassegna quanto scritto sull"argomento da filosofi, matematici e geografi antichi. L"Autore conclude che "l'acqua non solamente non esser come molti vogliono di gran lunga maggiore in quantità che la terra, ma ne forse punto maggiore, ma più tosto ancora minore". Seconda edizione, identica all"originale del 1558 uscita dai medesimi torchi. Cfr. Iccu; Riccardi, I, 273; Graesse, V, 281..

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        Dionysii Halicarnassei Antiquitatum, sive Originum Romanarum libri decem, Sigismundo Gelenio interprete. Adiecimus Undecimum ex versione Lapi: ac indicem rerum notatu dignarum locupletissimum.

      Lyon (Lugduni), Apud Antonium Vincentium, 1561. (Colophon at the end: 'Lugduni excudebat Symphorianus Barbierus) - 16mo. 854,66 p. Calf 12.5 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 1,586; Graesse 2,400) (Details: Back gilt, and with 4 raised bands, red morocco shield in the second compartment. Endpapers marbled. Edges of the bookblock dyed red. Latin translation only.) (Condition: Binding somewhat scuffed, corners bumped. Waterstain on the title. Paper slightly yellowing) (Note: The 'Antiquitates Romanae' of the Greek rhetor and historian Dionysius Halicarnassensis, who came to Rome ca. 30 B.C. to teach rhetoric, and who spent there at least 22 years or longer, are little known and little read nowadays. His work on literary criticism still is of importance, for it shows that he was an excellent critic with good taste, great knowledge and a subtle judgement. As historian however he is almost forgotten. H.J. Rose's summary of the 'Antiquitates Romanae' explains its weakness: 'He writes as might be expected, in the rhetorical tradition, and as a result his book is nearly worthless as history, devoting much space to elaborate retelling to the late and artificial mythology of Rome. For this very reason, however, it is of some service to students of Roman antiquities, for it preserves a good many interesting facts concerning the earliest civil and religious institutions. We have 11 books left, with excerpts from 9 more, carrrying the narrative down to 271 B.C.' (H.J. Rose, 'A handbook of Greek literature', London 1965, p. 399) The historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus enjoyed great authority until the 18th century. He was thought to be superior to the other Roman historians who wrote about the early history of Rome. His influence on the 'artes historicae' of the Renaissance is great. He was admired by Bodin, Vossius and Scaliger. Then the spirit of the Enlightenment made his poetic conception of history obsolete. Scholars like the Dutch ancient historian Perizonius made mincemeat of him, and burried him in the dust of oblivion. The 'Altertumswissenschaft' of the 19th century held him also in low esteem, and he was degraded to 'Graeculus', an insignificant Greek. The last decades seem to be friendlier for Dionysius. (Bowersock, Gabba). He now has simply become a witness whom scholars start to ask other questions. § The Bohemian classical scholar Sigismund Gelenius, or Zikmund Hrubý, 1497-1554, produced editions of Callimachus, Aristophanes, the Planudean Anthology, Origenes, and the 'editio princeps' of several minor Greek geographers. Circa 1524 he ended up in Basel where he worked as 'lector', translator and critic in the famous Publishing House of Frobenius. (Neue Deutsche Biographie 6 (1964), p. 173) He declined lucrative professorships. In Basel he published in 1549 his Latin translation of the 'Antiquitates Romanae' of Dionysius Halicarnassensis for the first time. It was reissued by Froben in 1555 and 1561. The Lyon printer Sebastianus Gryphus repeated the edition also in 1555, and in 1561 the Lyon printer Antonius Vincentius saw room for yet another edition) (Provenance: On the verso of the front flyleaf in ink: 'Bibliothecae Publicae S(ancti) Vincent, Bisunt, lotte 177'. Bisunt is Bisuntium, the Latin name of the French city Besançon. The French Abbé Jean-Baptiste Boisot, 1638-1694, was a historian and a bibliophile. He was appointed abbot of the Benedict abbey of Saint Vincent in Besançon by King Louis XIV. The abbot left his manuscripts and books to the abbey of Saint Vincent, on condition that the library should be open to the public. (à charge et condition qu'ils mettront le tout dans une salle qui sera ouverte deux fois la semaine à tous ceux qui voudront y entrer ; lesquels pourront y lire et étudier autant de temps qu'ils souhaiteront pendant les deux jours, sans que pourtant il leur soit permis d'en distraire aucun livre). This library forms the kernel of Municipal Library of Besançon. (See for this man, his library and the abbey his lemma in Wikipédia) § On the flyleaf also in a more recent hand: 'ex libris ecure ? Dénans, 1727'. § Still more recent a

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        Problematum astronomicorum et geometricorum sectiones septem.

      Basel Petri 1561 - (32 x 20 cm). (20) 294 (1) S. Mit zahlreichen figürlichen und schematischen Textholzschnitten. Halbpergamentband des 18. Jahrhunderts. Erste separat veröffentlichte Ausgabe. Sie erschien im gleichen Jahr als zweiter Teil von Santbechs Regiomontan-Ausgabe. Die von Houzeau-Lancaster erwähnte Ausgabe von 1542 konnte nicht nachgewiesen werden und wurde auch von Zinner verneint (vgl. Zinner 1807). - "Daniel Santbech’s Problemata is a miscellaneous work in mixed mathematics, including astronomy, gnomonics, perspective, surveying, gunnery and navigation. The unifying element in such a wide range of disciplines is the instrument called the geometric quadrant. According to Lynn Thorndike, Santbech showed appreciation both for specific aspects of Copernicus's work, such as lunar theory, and for the Prutenic Tables, but he ignored cosmological issues. Copernicus is mentioned many times. - Virtually nothing is known about Santbech, apart from the fact that he published, in addition to this work, an edition of Regiomontanus's 'De triangulis' (Basel, 1561). The title-page calls Santbech 'Noviomagus', and this is generally interpreted as meaning 'of Nijmegen', but Andreas Kleinert reports that Santbech could be from Speyer of Neumagen, a small town near Trier" (Astronomical Images, University of Cambridge). - Die Holzschnitte des reich illustrierten Werkes zeigen schematische astronomische Abbildungen, 12 hübsche Tierkreiszeichen, die Konstruktion von Sonnenuhren, Abbildungen zur Ballistik und zur Feldmesskunst sowie die Herstellung geographischer Karten. - Exlibris. Titel mit braunen Flecken. Die Lagen B und C etwas gebräunt und mit kleinem Wasserrand in der rechten oberen Ecke. Einband etwas fleckig und bestoßen. Insgesamt schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - VD16 S1646; Houzeau-Lancaster 2500; Zinner 2273

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        Kurtze Beschreibung, dessen was in wehrender Türckischen Belägerung der Kayserlichen Residentz Statt Wienn von 7. Julij biß 12. Septembris deß abgewichenen 1683. Jahrs sowohl in Politicis & Civilibus; als Militaribus passiret. Wien, Leopold Voigt 1685. 4°. 2 Bll., 234 S., mit gest. Frontispiz u. 1 (st. 2) gefalt. Kupfertafel, Pbd. d. Zt. mit hs. Rsch.

      - VD17 23:244061P - Apponyi II, 1179 - Sturminger 1561 u. 3501 - Kabdebo II, 7.- Erste Ausgabe.- Wichtiger Bericht über die Belagerung Wiens durch ein türkisches Heer im Jahre 1683.- Nikolaus Hocke (1631-1692) war Stadtschreiber und Syndicus primarius (höchstrangiger Rechtskonsulent) der Stadt Wien.- Mit allegorischem Frontispiz; die Tafel mit Darstellung des Moldauer Kreuzes gestochen v. Lerch.- Es fehlt die Belagerungsansicht von Wien.- Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig, Innendeckel mit Exlibris, Ebd. etw. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Il Palmerino. -

      Venezia, Sessa, 1561. In-4 (22,6 x 16,4 cm.). Piena pergamena molle coeva. Titolo entro cornice architettonica, una vignetta, diversi fregi e iniziali in silografia. 137, (1) ff.; piccoli forellini di tarlo nel margine bianco di alcuni fogli (distanti dal testo), 2 timbretti coevi sul frontespizio e alcune lievi ingialliture. Rara prima edizione di questa versione del celebre poema cavalleresco. Vi si narrano le vicende di Palmerino di Oliva, figlio illegittimo ed abbandonato dell'imperatore di Bizanzio che, dopo varie avventure, eredita il regno di Costantinopoli. La versione originale in prosa venne pubblicata in Spagna nel 1511. Brunet II, 790. Adams D-749. Melzi, Romanzi e poemi cavallereschi, 793. Hoepli, Romanzi cavallereschi, 102: «Unica edizione».

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        Dionysii Halicarnassei Antiquitatum, sive Originum Romanarum libri decem, Sigismundo Gelenio interprete. Adiecimus Undecimum ex versione Lapi: ac indicem rerum notatu dignarum locupletissimum.

      Lyon (Lugduni), Apud Antonium Vincentium, 1561. (Colophon at the end: 'Lugduni excudebat Symphorianus Barbierus) 16mo. 854,66 p. Calf 12.5 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 1,586; Graesse 2,400) (Details: Back gilt, and with 4 raised bands, red morocco shield in the second compartment. Endpapers marbled. Edges of the bookblock dyed red. Latin translation only.) (Condition: Binding somewhat scuffed, corners bumped. Waterstain on the title. Paper slightly yellowing) (Note: The 'Antiquitates Romanae' of the Greek rhetor and historian Dionysius Halicarnassensis, who came to Rome ca. 30 B.C. to teach rhetoric, and who spent there at least 22 years or longer, are little known and little read nowadays. His work on literary criticism still is of importance, for it shows that he was an excellent critic with good taste, great knowledge and a subtle judgement. As historian however he is almost forgotten. H.J. Rose's summary of the 'Antiquitates Romanae' explains its weakness: 'He writes as might be expected, in the rhetorical tradition, and as a result his book is nearly worthless as history, devoting much space to elaborate retelling to the late and artificial mythology of Rome. For this very reason, however, it is of some service to students of Roman antiquities, for it preserves a good many interesting facts concerning the earliest civil and religious institutions. We have 11 books left, with excerpts from 9 more, carrrying the narrative down to 271 B.C.' (H.J. Rose, 'A handbook of Greek literature', London 1965, p. 399) The historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus enjoyed great authority until the 18th century. He was thought to be superior to the other Roman historians who wrote about the early history of Rome. His influence on the 'artes historicae' of the Renaissance is great. He was admired by Bodin, Vossius and Scaliger. Then the spirit of the Enlightenment made his poetic conception of history obsolete. Scholars like the Dutch ancient historian Perizonius made mincemeat of him, and burried him in the dust of oblivion. The 'Altertumswissenschaft' of the 19th century held him also in low esteem, and he was degraded to 'Graeculus', an insignificant Greek. The last decades seem to be friendlier for Dionysius. (Bowersock, Gabba). He now has simply become a witness whom scholars start to ask other questions. § The Bohemian classical scholar Sigismund Gelenius, or Zikmund Hrubý, 1497-1554, produced editions of Callimachus, Aristophanes, the Planudean Anthology, Origenes, and the 'editio princeps' of several minor Greek geographers. Circa 1524 he ended up in Basel where he worked as 'lector', translator and critic in the famous Publishing House of Frobenius. (Neue Deutsche Biographie 6 (1964), p. 173) He declined lucrative professorships. In Basel he published in 1549 his Latin translation of the 'Antiquitates Romanae' of Dionysius Halicarnassensis for the first time. It was reissued by Froben in 1555 and 1561. The Lyon printer Sebastianus Gryphus repeated the edition also in 1555, and in 1561 the Lyon printer Antonius Vincentius saw room for yet another edition) (Provenance: On the verso of the front flyleaf in ink: 'Bibliothecae Publicae S(ancti) Vincent, Bisunt, lotte 177'. Bisunt is Bisuntium, the Latin name of the French city Besançon. The French Abbé Jean-Baptiste Boisot, 1638-1694, was a historian and a bibliophile. He was appointed abbot of the Benedict abbey of Saint Vincent in Besançon by King Louis XIV. The abbot left his manuscripts and books to the abbey of Saint Vincent, on condition that the library should be open to the public. (à charge et condition qu'ils mettront le tout dans une salle qui sera ouverte deux fois la semaine à tous ceux qui voudront y entrer ; lesquels pourront y lire et étudier autant de temps qu'ils souhaiteront pendant les deux jours, sans que pourtant il leur soit permis d'en distraire aucun livre). This library forms the kernel of Municipal Library of Besançon. (See for this man, his library and the abbey his lemma in Wikipédia) § On the flyleaf also in a more recent hand: 'ex libris ecure ? Dénans, 1727'. § Still more recent a small ownership label pasted on the verso of the marbled front endpaper: 'Dr. Charles Groffier'. § On the same spot in pencil: 'Brussel 27 sept. 1963', written by the Flemish linguist Walter Couvreur, 1914-1996, who was an Orientalist, and professor of Indoeuropean linguistics at the University of Gent. It indicates the date of aquisition) (Collation: a-z8; A-2L8, 2M4) (Photographs on request)

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        Heiliges Bayern-Land / Auß dem Lateinischen Vor Hundert Jahren von R.P. Mattheaeo Radero, Auß der Gesellschaft Jesu Verfertigten Werck Anjezo In die Teutsche Sprach übersetzt. Angefangen Von einem andern Priester bemelter Societet / In gegenwärtigen Stand gebracht. Von R.P. Maximiliano Rassler. Eben bemelter Societet.

      3 Teile in einem Band. Ca. 32,5 x 22 cm. (26) S., 412 [recte 420] Seiten, mit 64 Kupfertafeln (6) S., 355 [recte 357] Seiten, mit einem Textkupfer und 47 Kupfertafeln (6) S., 412 [recte 414] Seiten, mit 23 Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Der Südtiroler Matthäus Rader (1561-1634) trat 1581 in Innsbruck in die Societas Jesu ein und wurde auf Anordnung Hrz. Maximilians I. von Bayern 1612 ans Münchner Kolleg bei St. Michael versetzt. "... führt die hagiographische "Bavaria sancta et pia" (1615-28, deutsche Übersetzung von M. Rassler 1714) die territoriale und konfessionelle Geschichtsschreibung zusammen. Die mit hochrangigen Kupferstichen (Sadeler, Kager) ausgestattete Prunkausgabe wurde in Bayern in den folgenden Jahrhunderten mehrfach nachgeahmt." (Alois Schmid in NDB). Die prächtigen Tafeln zeigen die Heiligen und Seligen Bayerns in teils dramatischen Szenen in freier Landschaft oder vor klösterlichem Hintergrund. Mit insgesamt 135 (von 136) fast ganzseitigen Textkupfern, es fehlt das Frontispiz. Außerdem fehlt - wie bei allen bekannten Exemplaren - das Blatt 201/202 in Teil 2. Einband stark berieben und bestoßen, Rücken mit Fehlstellen am Gelenk, Deckel etwas gelockert. Vortitel, Titelei und bis Seite 10 am Falz mit braunen Kleberesten von Tesafilm (Titelblatt am Falz längs- und quer braunfleckig, Text nicht betroffen). Bis Seite 30 die Lagen gelockert und einige Blatt lose. Einige Blätter mit Einrissen (nur zwei Tafeln davon leicht betroffen). Seiten am Rand etwas fingerfleckig, Seiten nur vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, Kupfer und Text sonst sauber und gut. Eindrucksvolle Kupferstich-Abbildungen der Heiligen!

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        Antverpia.Including: [SCHONDONCK, Gilles]. Hê prôtogeneia kai epistrephomonê tychê tês Anbersês.Antwerp, Jan Moretus I, 1610. With an engraved printer's device on title-page and a woodcut printer's device on the otherwise blank page following the main part.With: (2) SCRIBANI, Charles. Origines Antverpiensium.Antwerp, Jan Moretus I, 1610. With an engraved printer's device on title-page, woodcut printer's device on the otherwise blank last page, folding engraved map of Antwerp and 6 double-page engraved plates. 2 works in 1 volume; 1st work in 2 parts. 4to. Contemporary vellum.

      - Imhof, Jan Moretus and the continuation of the Plantin Press, S30 & S31; Simoni S104 & S101; STCV 6607472 & 6607558. First editions of two works on Antwerp, written by Carolus Scribani (1561-1629). The first is devoted to Antwerp's cultural history, dealing with the city's architecture, painters, schools, etc., and includes a short chapter on printing. It is followed by a brief text about Antwerp in Greek. In the second work Scribani describes Antwerp's dynastic, ecclesiastic and monastic history. The plates include a plan of Antwerp, a plan of its citadel, a map of the diocese of Antwerp and engraved plates of the Cathedral, the town hall, the exchange and the house of the German Hanse, the "Oosterhuis".Title-page slightly damaged at the upper outer corner, not affecting the text, a few leaves slightly creased and with a few tiny spots.

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        Regis Angliae Henrici Huius nominis octavi Assertio septem sacramentorum adverusu Martinum Lutherum.

      Rovillium, 1561. In 8°, p. perg. molle, pp. LXXXXVI + 195. Testatine, capilettere. Front. fig. Fioriture. Lievi gore sulle prime 10 pp. romane. Stampa e carta fresche. T.A. Enrico VIII scrizze o perlomeno firmò questa difesa dei sette sacramenti della Chiesa cattolica contro Martin Lutero.

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        Antique Master Print-LANDSCAPE-Doetecum-Master of the small landscapes-ca. 1561

      - Antique print, untitled. Barn and farmyard. Engraving on laid paper Description: From the famous set of landscapes made in 1559 and 1561. State: IV (4). Ref: New Hollstein 159. Artists and Engravers: Made by Joannes & Lucas van Doetecum after Master of the small landscapes. The Van Doetecum brothers were active as engravers in the second half of the 16th. Century. They made many prints for the Antwerp market Condition: Good, no margins. Small restauration in the lower right corner. Edition published by Joannes Galle around 1650. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q2-252 LA The overall size is ca. 7.5 x 5.3 inch. The image size is ca. 7.5 x 5.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 19.1 x 13.4 cm. The image size is ca. 19.1 x 13.4 cm.

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        Carta marina nuova tavola

      1561. Copper engraving, mm 175x240. Ruscelli's mariner's map is a slightly enlarged version of the map which appeared in Gastaldi's edition of Ptolemy thirteen years earlier. It features a stipple engraved sea and numerous rhumb lines radiating from seventeen focal points. The only change seems to be the omissions of the names Tierra Del Laborador and Tierra Del Bacalaos from the mass of land joining North America to North Europe. The map contains only minimal interior detail but includes several important ports and trading posts including, Zanzibar on the east coast of Africa and Cambay, one of India's two main ocean ports, visited by Marco Polo in 1293. The Magellan Strait, at the southern tip of South America is labelled and Tierra del Fuego is shown as a very large island. The map appeared in 1562, 1564, 1574 and in Giuseppe Rosaccio's expended edition of Girolamo Russelli Geografia in 1598 and 1599. Girolamo Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geographia included newly engraved copperplates by Giulio and Livio Sanuto. A fairly good impression, good condition, very light paper discoloration at centerfold. Shirley, World, 111; Burden p. 34, Schilder p.123

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        Commentarius Pauli Manutii in Epistolas Ciceronis ad Atticum

      Aldus, Venetiis 1561 - In-8° (162x107mm), ff. 429 [i. e. 427, i ff. 393 e 394 non sono segnati], (8), legatura settecentesca in piena pelle (piatti in vitello marrone, dorso in marocchino rosso a falsi nervi con titolo in oro su duplice tassello verde, filetti e motivi ondulati in oro). Sguardie marmoreeggiate, àncora aldina al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta. Indice e registro finale. Qualche gora marginale, forellini di tarlo al dorso. Marginalia di mano coeva a svariate cc. Bell'esemplare. Nitida impressione aldina (quinta edizione assoluta, riveduta e accresciuta) di questi commentari di Paolo Manuzio, figlio del grande Aldo e prosecutore della sua attività tipografica, alle Epistole ciceroniane ad Attico. Renouard, p. 183. USTC 840485. Adams, M-461. Manca a STC Italian. Latino [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Facetarium Heinrici Bebelii Poetae A D. Maximiliano laureati, libri tres, à mendis repurgati, & in lucem rursus redditi.

      Tubingae, 1561. Hardcover. Near Fine. Bound with three other pieces on Poggio, King Alfonso of Aragon, and a Prognostication on the end of the world. This octavo was paginated like a folio and collates as follows: (A - T)8 and (V)4. V4 is the original blank. Contents: Bebelius, folia 1-131; Sales Seu Facetiae Multum iucundae, selectae ex libro Poggii Florentini Oratoris eloquentissimi , folia 132- 140; Facetiae Sequuntur Nunc Facetiae Alphonsi Arragonum regis, et aliorum illustrium virorum breviores., folia 140b - 144b; Prognostica ab Iacobo Henrichmanno Latinitate donata, paucis quibusdam annexis, quae in vernacula lingua, ex qua haec traduxit, non reperiebantur. folia 145 - 151; Vulgaris Cantio, Ich stund an einem morgen/ec. Per Henricum Bebelium Poetam, in carmen latinum redacta, folia 151b - 153b. Printer's device on f. 153b. Octavo, but pages numbered as if a small folio on the recto only, 155 mm x 105 mm. Folio 134 (R8) misnumbered as 133 (R7). Rebound in the twentieth century in its old paper boards, new gilt-decorated dark brown calf spine and corners. Page edges show old rouging. A clean, bright copy despite some yellowing of initial pages, with the marginalia of drawn pointing fingers (in ink) directing the reader to the more interesting stories, like "Historia de viro in adulterio uxorem deprehendente" or "Pulchra historia de quodam nobili." New paste downs front and back and new blanks in front and at the end. Signed bookplate of Sir Richard Ford on front paste down, whose motto was "Que sera sera." Brunet Vol. I, p. 275: "On a supprimé de l'édition de 1542 et probablement des autres éditions plus récentes, un carte très obscènes, qui selon Dav. Clément, se trouve dans celle de 1509, fol. ciii verso. Les éditions de Tubingue, 1561 et 1570, in-8, contiennent de plus que les précédentes: Alphonsi regis Aragonum atque Adolphi facetiae. Toutes ces facéties, assez peu plaisantes, se trouvent réunies à la suite de celles de Frischlinus dans les différentes édit. de ce dernier. V. Frischlinus." (Nicodemus Frischlin), Brunet I, 728. In the 1758 edition of the Index Librorum Prohibitorum, five of Bebel's books were listed, including the Facetiarum libri tres. A copy is found at the Huntington Library.�

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        Merlini Cocalii, poetae mantuani Macaronicorum poemata, nunc recens accurate recognita cum figuris locis suis appositis

      Venezia: Giovanni Varisco, 1561. 320 carte. 13x8 cm.Rilegatura coeva lionese in piena pelle, con fregi in oro inquadrati da cornice sui piatti e impressioni in oro al dorso. Lievi abrasioni e una piccola mancanza al dorso. Scritta coeva sul foglio di guardia anteriore; firma di appartenenza sul frontespizio e altre cancellate. Interno molto buono, leggermente brunito. 25 tavole xilografiche a piena pagina. [M127] Rara edizione in bella rilegatura coeva, arricchita da raffinate incisioni xilografiche.

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        Poetices libri septem : I Historicus, II Hyle, III Idea, IV Parasceue, V Criticus, VI Hypercriticus, VII Epinomis.(Geneve), apud Ioannem Crispinum, 1561.

      (Geneve), apud Ioannem Crispinum 1561 - Cm. 30,5, pp. (12) 364 (36) [errori nella numerazione delle pagine e nella fascicolazione del quaderno iniziale, ma esemplare collazionato e completo]. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio, alcuni graziosi capilettera e belle testatine xil. Legatura antica in piena perg. rigida con titoli in oro su tass. al dorso. Carte di guardia assenti. Prime carte leggermente frastagliate nel margine bianco superiore, antiche note ms. di possesso e glosse al margine, lievi e sporadici aloni, fioriture e macchiette sparse. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in buono stato di conservazione. Giulio Cesare Scaligero (1484-1558), medico e letterato nativo di Riva del Garda, fu una figura di primissimo piano nel panorama culturale europeo della prima metà del XVI secolo. Dopo l"esordio dottrinale avvenuto nel 1531 con un scritto diretto contro il Ciceronianus di Erasmo, Scaligero scrisse di grammatica e di botanica, ottenendo fama e reputazione negli ambienti scientifici. Questo trattato, assai influente nella storia della critica letteraria, teorizzava tra l"altro la superiorità di Virgilio rispetto ad Omero e condizionò anche Shakespeare e Pierre Corneille. Verosimilmente prima edizione (esistono 3 varianti dell"edizione originale con la medesima numerazione della pagine: rispettivamente di Jean Crispin, Antoine Vincent e la terza senza dati tipografici). Cfr. Kvk; Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Narcissus Orientalis medio croceus calice pleno/Narcissus Orientalis medio croceus maior/Narcissus Constantinopolitanus minor calice simbriato medio?

      Artist: Besler Basilius ( - 1629) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1613 1561 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Right side margin mising part and tear replaced; - size (in cm): 43 x 40,5; - description: Spledourful representation of 3 Narcissus 1.edition of the Hortus Eystettensis, printed and issued from Basilius Besler in Nuremberg 1613. 400 anniversary of the first edition!; -vita of the artist: Basilius Besler (1561?1629) was a respected Nuremberg apothecary and botanist, best known for his monumental Hortus Eystettensis. He was curator of the garden of Johann Konrad von Gemmingen, prince bishop of Eichstätt in Bavaria. The bishop was an enthusiastic botanist who derived great pleasure from his garden, which was the only important European botanical garden outside Italy. The work was named Hortus Eystettensis (Garden at Eichstätt). The emphasis in botanicals of previous centuries had been on medicinal and culinary herbs, and these had usually been depicted in a crude manner. The images were often inadequate for identification, and had little claim to being aesthetic. The Hortus Eystettensis changed botanical art overnight. The plates were of garden flowers, herbs and vegetables, exotic plants such as castor-oil and arum lilies. These were depicted near life-size, producing rich detail. The layout was artistically pleasing and quite modern in concept, with the hand-colouring adding greatly to the final effect. The work was first published in 1613 and consisted of 367 copper engravings, with an average of three plants per page, so that a total of 1084 species were depicted. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Opera quae quidem extant, omnia: cum veris in Bucolica, Georgica, & Aeneida Commentarijs Tib. Donati & Servij Honorati, summa cura ac fide à Georgio Fabricio Chemnicense emendatis: adiecto etiam ab eodem Rerum & verborum locuplete in ijsdem memorabilium Indice. Quibus accesserunt etiam Probi Grammatici, Pomponij Sabini, Phil. Beroaldi, Ioan. Hartungi, Iod. Uvillichij, Georg. Fabricij, Bonfinis, & aliorum Annotationes

      per Henricum Petri, 1561. In-folio (305x195mm), pp. (26), colonne 2174 [la numerazione procede per colonne], (45) di indice tetracolonne, legatura settecentesca in pieno vitello con duplice ordine di filetti a secco lungo il perimetro dei piatti, titolo in oro su tassello rosso e ricchi fregi ornamentali in oro entro scomparti su dorso a 6 nervi. Tagli a spruzzo rossi, sguardie marmorizzate. Impresa tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio (una mano batte un martello sopra una roccia da cui escono fiamme alimentate dal soffio del vento). Sul front., explicit al colophon. Il testo virgiliano è inquadrato tutt'attorno da un folto commento linguistico e filologico di vari umanisti impresso in corpo tipografico più piccolo. Capilettera istoriati incisi su legno. Precedono una dedicatoria del curatore Georg Fabricius (Chemnitz, 1516-Meissen, 1571), alcuni componimenti dedicatori in latino e in greco, un catalogo degli autori utilizzati da Servio per il suo commento a Virgilio, una vita di Virgilio composta da Tiberio Claudio Donato, ecc. Qualche lieve brunitura. Un piccolo restauro marginale al frontespizio. Ottimo esemplare. Cinquecentina di Basilea profusamente commentata dell'opera omnia virgiliana, comprensiva anche delle opere spurie (i commenti sono dei principali chiosatori antichi e rinascimentali e dello stesso Fabricius, fra i massimi esponenti dell'Umanesimo tedesco). La prima edizione delle opere virgiliane curata e commentata dal Fabricius era apparsa nel 1551. VD 16, V-1365. Adams, V, 497. Schweiger, II, 1163. Latino

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        Della grandezza della terra et dell'acqua. Trattato … nuovamente mandato in luce.In Venetia, appresso Giordano Ziletti , 1561.

      In Venetia, appresso Giordano Ziletti 1561 - Cm. 20,5, cc. (4) 43 (1) [quaderno K corrispondente alle cc. 37-40 ripetuto e quindi presente due volte]. Bel marchio tip. a frontespizio e colophon, alcuni graziosi capilettera, testo in carattere tondo e note marginali in corsivo. Con alcune figure geometriche n.t. Legatura in pergamena coeva ottimamente rimontata nel XX secolo (ex-libris Giorgio Tabarroni). Alcuni forellini (e corrispondenti lesioni nel testo) dovuti a difetti della carta da carta 31 a carta 35. Scritta di mano antica al frontespizio parzialmente occultata. Esemplare nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Alessandro Piccolomini (1508-1579), nativo di Siena, appartenne alla stessa famiglia di papa Pio II. Fu ecclesiastico, letterato, commediografo e poeta. Tradusse Virgilio, Senofonte, Ovidio e soprattutto Aristotele, di cui fu tra i più insigni divulgatori. Questo fortunato trattato dedicato alla proporzione acqua/terra nel nostro pianeta, passa in rassegna quanto scritto sull"argomento da filosofi, matematici e geografi antichi. L"Autore conclude che "l'acqua non solamente non esser come molti vogliono di gran lunga maggiore in quantità che la terra, ma ne forse punto maggiore, ma più tosto ancora minore". Seconda edizione, identica all"originale del 1558 uscita dai medesimi torchi. Cfr. Iccu; Riccardi, I, 273; Graesse, V, 281. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio]
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        Papaver flore multiplici incarnato/ Papaver flore multiplici purpurascente

      Artist: Besler Basilius ( - 1629) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1613 1561 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 45,5 x 38,5; - description: Beautiful represntation of the poppy.1.edition of the Hortus Eystettensis, printed and issued from the Basilius Besler in Nuremberg 1613.400 anniversary of the first edition!; -vita of the artist: Basilius Besler (1561?1629) was a respected Nuremberg apothecary and botanist, best known for his monumental Hortus Eystettensis. He was curator of the garden of Johann Konrad von Gemmingen, prince bishop of Eichstätt in Bavaria. The bishop was an enthusiastic botanist who derived great pleasure from his garden, which was the only important European botanical garden outside Italy. The work was named Hortus Eystettensis (Garden at Eichstätt). The emphasis in botanicals of previous centuries had been on medicinal and culinary herbs, and these had usually been depicted in a crude manner. The images were often inadequate for identification, and had little claim to being aesthetic. The Hortus Eystettensis changed botanical art overnight. The plates were of garden flowers, herbs and vegetables, exotic plants such as castor-oil and arum lilies. These were depicted near life-size, producing rich detail. The layout was artistically pleasing and quite modern in concept, with the hand-colouring adding greatly to the final effect. The work was first published in 1613 and consisted of 367 copper engravings, with an average of three plants per page, so that a total of 1084 species were depicted. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG]
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