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        Neu Vollkommene Postilla oder Auslegung der Sontag, Fest- und Feyertäglichen Evangelien, durch das gantze Jahr, Advent und Fasten und vom hochwürdigen Sacrament des Altars. Erstlich durch Petrum Bessaeum [...] jetzo durch Philippus Kissing Bingensis...

      ...[...] . - Große Predigtsammlung aus der Feder von Pierre de Besse (1567-1639), der als katholischer Prediger und Theologe in Paris wirkte. - Deutsche Übersetzung des französischen Werks "Conceptions theologiques sur tous les dimanches de l'année". - Diese Ausgabe nicht im VD17. - Mit Druckwidmung des Übersetzers Johann Kissing aus Bingen an Johann Reinhardt von Metternich. - Provenienzen: "Bibliotheca Fratrum Capucinorum Werlis", weitere handschriftliche Besitzeinträge bis ins 19. Jahrhundert auf Innenspiegel, Titelblatt und letzter Seite. - Etwas berieben, eine der Ecken bestoßen, Signatur auf Rücken, eine der Schließen fehlt, fliegende Vorsätze fehlen vorne und hinten, Titelblatt stärker fleckig und mit Einriß unten, S. 525/526 mit alt hinterlegtem Einriß im Bund, S. 657-660 Eckabriß unten (ohne Textverlust), einige Blätter angerändert, wenige handschriftliche Marginalien, sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar. -

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        VITE DI PLUTARCO CHERONEO DE GLI HUOMINI ILLUSTRI GRECI ET ROMANI. TOMO I.

      Vinegia 1567. Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari. Cartoné, lomo piel. Traducido por Lodovico Dominichi y otro. Contiene dos tablas con texto enmarcado , una de nombres de paises, ciudades mares, montes. Y otra de cosas notables.Contiene Ex -Libris. Grabado en portada. Letras capitulares. Anotaciones impresas en margenes del texto. 86+860 pp.Contiene tambien tabla de la vida de los 38 hombres ilustres que describe en éste primer tomo. Pequeños restos de xilófagos en la parte superior de las páginas 239- 272, que no afecta al texto. restos de antiguas manchas en parte superior páginas 773-782 que no impiden que el texto se lea perfectamente. 25x20. En la página 772 por error de impresión pone 776 .Cubierta y lomo deslucidos, con pequeña falta.

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        IUS MUNICIPALE VICENTINUM. Cum additione Partium Dominii.

      In-4 p. (mm. 282x195), cartonato mod. stile settecentesco, tit. ms. al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 233 (i.e. 229) cc.num., manca l'ultima carta bianca (numerosi sono gli errori della paginazione), ornato da grandi iniziali figur. a vignetta inc. su legno. Al verso della c. (228): "Ioan. Gryphius excudebat, ad instantiam Bartholomaei Contrini MDLXVII." Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con xilografato grande stemma di Vicenza. Agli statuti, divisi in IV libri, è stato aggiunto "Liber novus partium". Privilegium civitatis Vicentiae in prima deditione (da p. 180 al fine). Cfr. Fontana,III, p. 342 - Lozzi,I,607: "Bella edizione. Raro". Frontesp. restaurato per piccolo strappo, tracce d'uso sulle prime 4 carte, altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        Bartolus a Saxoferrato In Primam [- Secundam] SS. Veteris Partem. Alexan. Barb. Paris. Claud. À Seissel. Poma. Io Franc. Rueren. Aliorumque Adnotationibus integris illustratus [ ] dignoscet. - Bartolus a Saxoferrato In Primam [- Secundam] Infortiati Partem [ ] dignoscet. - Bartolus a Saxoferrato In Primam [- Secundam] SS. Novi Partem [ ] dignoscet. - Bartolus a Saxoferrato In Primam [- Secundam] Codicis Partem [ ] dignoscet. - Bartolus a Saxoferrato In tres Codicis libros [ ] dignoscet. - Repertorium locupletissimum In omnes Bartoli a Saxo ferrato lecturas [ ] recognitum.

      Lucam Antonium Iuntam (L.A.I.) - in-folio (430x270 mm); leg. originale in pergamena ai dorsi e carta ai piatti, dorso a quattro nervi, titolo al dorso e nome dell'A. (Bartolus) ai piatti ant. di quasi tutti i tomi; 10 vol. legati in 9 tomi (pubblicati nel 1567-1580 e 1581); pp. 200 c.; 150 c.; 171 c.; 177 c.; 163 c.; 250 c.; 177 c.; 124 c.; 58 c.; 170 c.; front. a caratteri rossi e neri; grande marca tipografica incisa al front. di tutti i volumi ed al colophon di alcuni, raffigurante un giglio fiorentino con le iniziali LA circondato da ghirlanda sorretta da due putti; ritratto dell'A. xilogr. in ovale alla c. A2r (al recto della carta num. 3) del primo vol. ( In Primam SS. Veteris Partem ); sempre nel primo vol. due grandi incisioni xilogr., raffiguranti rispettivamente l'Arbor iurisdictionum al verso della carta num. 44) e l'Arbor servitutum (al recto della carta num. 180); capilettera xilogr.; l'Autore, Bartolo da Sassoferrato (ca. 1313-1357, giurista, professore di diritto a Perugia e a Pisa, teologo e filosofo), si è avvalso della collaborazione di altri illustri giuristi dell'epoca, citati nei titoli di alcuni vol., quali Alessandro Tartagni (1424-1477, detto Alessandro da Imola), Andrea Barbazza, Andrea Pomatio, Pietro Paolo Parisio, Tommaso Diplovatazio, Claude de Seyssel, Ioannes Franciscus Ruverensis. Opera completa (anche se il Repertorium è di un'ed. precedente rispetto agli altri tomi, sempre stampata a Venezia a cura di Luca Antonio Giunta), pietra miliare del diritto, poco diffusa. Prov.: indicazioni d'appartenenza manoscritte ai front. di quasi tutti i vol., la maggior parte illeggibili e/o cancellate (Octavius Mazocchius ?; Armenii Agnellini et Amicos?), eccetto quella a nome di Torquato Giacopini, laureato in legge canonica e civile nella città di Fermo il 27 marzo 1589, come risulta dalla memoria manoscritta al verso della carta 250 del vol. intitolato: .in secundam ff. novi partem . Ref.: ICCU\BVEE\016071-016076-015994-016108-\RT1E\003292-\BVEE\006641. Cond.: Segni d'uso alla legature (macchie, alcune porzioni di dorso mancanti, angoli consumati, gore d'umido); le carte interne presentano macchie e gore d'umido, bruniture, fori di tarlo, non penalizzanti la lettura del testo; nel complesso, opera in discrete condizioni generali. -- Giuntine edition of the complete set of Bartolo da Sassoferrato's collected works, in its original binding. Traces of use to the bindings. Several spots and waterstains, brownings and wormholes at many leaves, not affecting the reading. Overall, a fair but complete set of Bartolo's works. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1567 Augsburg Confession Lutheran Church Philipp Melanchthon Luther Jonas German

      Nurnberg: [Ulrich Neuber & Dietrich Gerlach] M.D.LXVII. [1567]. - 1567 Augsburg Confession Lutheran Church Philipp Melanchthon Luther Jonas German “We must seek the truth, love it, defend it, and hand it down uncorrupted to our posterity.” Philipp Melanchthon An early and important printing of the Augsburg or Augustan Confession, one of the primary and most important documents of the Lutheran Church and Lutheran Reformation. Early drafts were composed by Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon, and Justus Jonas. Melanchthon was known to be the primary contributor to the bulk of the Confession with Jonas translating the work into German from the Latin. Sixteenth-century examples of the ‘Augsburg Confession’ are exceedingly rare, and this 1567 printing is no exception. The USTC notes only three examples found in European libraries. Item number: #2541 Price: $3950 Lutheran Church Confessio, Oder bekentnus deß glaubens, etlicher, Churfursten, Fu;rsten vnnd Stedte, deß Heyligen Reichs : Keiser Carln dem Funfften, Anno M.D. XXX. auff dem dozemal zu Augspurg gehaltnem Reichstag vberantwort. Sampt derselben Confession Apologia Nurnberg: [Ulrich Neuber & Dietrich Gerlach] M.D.LXVII. [1567]. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [4], xxxii, [4], CCXVII, [2] • References: USTC 6244598; VD16 ZV 3802; • Provenance: Bookplate – Fritz Fraenkel • Language: German • Binding: Decorative vellum; tight & secure o Functioning clasp • Size: ~8in X 6.5in (20cm x 16.5cm) • Exceedingly rare! Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2541 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Plees del Coron: Divisees in Plusiours Titles & Common Lieux.

      1567. An Early Edition of Staunford's Plees Staunford, Sir William [1509-1558]. Les Plees del Coron: Divisees in Plusiours Titles & Common Lieux. Per Queux Home Plus Redement & Plenairemet Trovera, Quelq; Chose que il Quira, Touchant les Dits Plees. [London]: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1567. [xiv], 198 ff. Quarto (5-1/4" x 7-1/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities with wear to head of spine, corners bumped and lightly worn. Moderate toning to text, water damage to title page and following 13 leaves, 4 with some loss to text, title page and final leaf of table (fol. 4) mounted to backing sheet, faint dampstaining to remainder of text block. $500. * Third edition. First published in 1557, Staunford's Plees is considered a "principal book" by Pollock and Maitland, one that enables us "to trace our modern laws of crimes, from the later middle ages onwards." Based on Bracton and the Year Books, Staunford's treatise is divided into three parts. The first treats offences, the second treats jurisdiction, appeals, indictments, and defenses. The third addresses trials and convictions. Plees was written after Staunford was appointed judge of the common pleas in 1554. Pollock and Maitland, The History of English Law II:448. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T488. English Short-Title Catalogue S117816.

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        Omfattende: 1. Stormectigste, Høyborne Førstis.... Christians den Tredie... Recess, Offuerseet, oc met ny Article forbedrit, Paa Koldinghuss, Aar... M.D. LVIII. - 2. Konning Frederich den Andens Haandfæstning, vdgiffuen, Aar effter Guds Byrd, M.D.LIX... - 3. Gaards Retthen, Huorledis holdis skal paa Kronens Slotte oc Gaarde, offuer alt Danmarckis oc Norgis Riiger.... 4. Den Danske Søret, Som Stormectigste Høyborne... Frederich den Anden... Lod udgaa, Aar effter Guds byrd M. D. LXI. Den menige Søfarende Mand til beste... Udi huilcken oc findis, Huerledis her effter skal holdis om Vrag. (Fire selvstændige tryk).

      Kiøbenhaffn, Lorentz Benedicht, 1567. 4to. Indbundet i et ganske velbevaret samtidigt hellæderbind af brunt kalveskind med blindtrykte rammer i streg, en bred blindtrykt ramme med symbolske figurer og portrætter. Midterfeltet omgivet af en smallere dekorativ blindtrykt ramme. I midterfeltet med blindtrykt pladestempel "Prudenc", alle dyders moder. Den blanke ramme mellem de blindtrykte, er forsynet med spredte håndstempler, stjerner og rosetter, som oprindeligt har været forgyldte. I den brede blindtrykte ramme på bindets bagside findes bogbinderens signatur "D L". Ryggen med 3 ægte bind. Lette reparationer på forpermens kanter og hjørner samt reparation på øverste og nederste rygfelt.Ad 1. Titelbladet trykt i rød/sort. 40 blade (sidste tomt). Blad 1b med stort træstukket rigsvåben. De 4 første blade med kantreparationer, her og der med tab af nogle bogstaver. På titelbladet er der tab af "mectigste" i Stormectigste. Annoteret i marginer og nogle tekstunderstregninger, alle i gl. hånd. Ellers velbevaret.- Ad 2. 16 blade. Blad 1b træstukket rigsvåben. Enkelte annoteringer. Velbevaret. - Ad 3. 14 blade. Blad 1b træstukket rigsvåben. Velbevaret. - Ad 4. Titelbladet trykt i rød/sort. 30 blade. Blad 1b træstukket rigsvåben. Velbevaret. Alle de 4 forordninger er trykt på godt papir, gennemgående rene og velbevarede. ¶ Yderst sjælden samling af disse 4 forordninger som således er den anden udgivne dansk-norske lovsamling. Prototypen (med de 4 samme forordninger) udkom første gang 1562-63, trykt af Hans Zimmermann. Her forligger de i Lorentz Benedichts fornemme tryk. (Se Paulli "Lorentz Benedicht", nr. 33-36). Ganske få eksemplarer er stadig i privateje.Lauritz Nielsen, 1373, 700, 646 og 1558. - Thesaurus I, 174, 177, 178, 176.

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        Homeri Opera Graeco-Latina, quae quidem nunc extant, omnia. Hoc est Ilias, Odyssea, Batracho, Myomachia, et Hymni. Ioannis Stobaei Sententiae exthesauris Graecorum delectae.

      1567. Ed. Prepara Sebastian Castalio. 1567 - Nicolai Brylingeri. Basilea. . 1 Vol. . Tom.I-10H+292pp.+318pp; Tom.II-12H+632pp.+15h(Index) pp. Folio Mayor. Pergamino de época. . Monumental y bella edición latina-griega de las obras atribuidas al escritor clásico Homero (Odisea, Iliada, Bratacomiomaquia, Himnos Homéricos, etc) preparada por Sebastián Castalio, uno de las más autorizados conocedores de la época clásica. Asimismo el volumen recoge la obra de Sentencias Griegas de Juan Estoba en edición preparada por Conrado Gesnero. Ambas obras estan impresas a dos columnas en latín y griego con amplios prólogos e indices. Arropada con una bella encuadernación de pergamino marfilado cuajada de planchas y gofrados con ruedas de motivos renacentistas. Conserva cantoneras de plata y cierres de bronce. .

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        De gli occulti miracoli, and varii ammaestramenti delle cose della natura, con probabili ragioni, and artificiosa congiettura confermati

      apud Ludovicum Avantium, 1567. Cc. (16) 156. Unito a: LEMNIUS LEVINUS. Della complessione del corpo humano libri due, sommamente necessarij à tutti coloro, che studiano alla sanità: da quali a ciascuno sarà ageuole di conoscere perfettamente la qualità del corpo suo, e i movimenti dell'animo, and il modo del conservarsi del tutto sano. Nuovamente di latino in volgare tradotti, et stampati. In Venetia, appresso Domenico Nicolino, 1564. Cc. (4) 124. Due opere in un volume di cm. 15. Belle marche tipografiche ai due frontespizi, numerosi capilettera xilografici. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Curioso disegno ms. coevo al frontespizio che circonda il marchio tipografico e annotazioni manoscritte marginali di mano coeva. Legatura leggermente lisa e con qualche trascurabile menda e carta di guardia finale assente. Antica macchia d'inchiostro limitata alla prima carta numerata della prima opera, sporadici e lievi aloni marginali, qualche macchietta sparsa, peraltro esemplare nel complesso genuino e in buono stato di conservazione. Prima opera: Levinus Lemnius (1505-1568), medico e filosofo olandese, fu allievo di Vesalio a Padova e di Gesner a Louvain. In questa celebre opera di segreti naturali e medicinali, l'Autore intese spiegare, attraverso considerazioni medico-farmacologiche, alcuni fenomeni inspiegabili o comunque straordinari esistenti in natura. Rara terza traduzione italiana. Cfr. Iccu; Durling (nr. 2779 per la seconda edizione); non in Adams. Seconda opera: Importante trattato di psico-fisiologia in cui Lemnius analizza l'influenza dei fattori esterni (alimentari, astrologici e climatici) e dell'educazione, sulla formazione della psicologia e della personalità. Prima traduzione italiana (prima edizione: De habitu et constitutione corporis, 1561). Cfr. Iccu; Durling, 2769; non in Wellcome..

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        Discours de la Religion des anciens Romains, de la Castrametation & discipline militaire d'iceux. Des Bains & Antiques exercitations Grecques & Romaines ... illustré de Medailles & figures retire´es des marbres Antiques, qui se treuuent á Rome, & par nostre Gaule. 2 Parts.

      Lyon, Guillaume Roville, 1567. 4to. Bound in a fine contemp. full calf. Gilt lineborders with cornerpieces, inner panel gilt with large cornerpieces and in the middle stamped with a large oval arabesque figure. Inner panel stamped with many gilt small stars. Spine gilt with ornamental stamps, raised bands. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Remains of clasps. Tooled edges. Light wear to corners and edges. Title-page with printers woodcut device. On verso of title-page Choul's large armor in woodcut. 339,(56) pp. + 152 (of 154 - Aa1 lacks),(10) pp. In the first part: upper right corners on the first 6 leaves repaired with some loss of letters (calligraphed), 8 leaves (pp. 107-117) neathly calligraphed in old hand. Profusely textillustrated in woodcut, hundreds of coins and medals, 37 full-page (Roman arms and armour, baths) in part 2, vignettes etc., 1 large folded plate (Camp des Romains, with a closed tear). Some marginal browning at end and scattered brownspots. ¶ The 2 parts were published separately in 1555 and now together reprinted for the first time.Adams D 1025. - Cockle, 702. - Brunet II,858. - Graesse II, 441.

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        Tomus Qvartus Conciliorum omnium, tum generalium, tum provincilium atqve particularium, qvae iam inde ab Apostorlorum temporibus vsque in praesens habita sunt, quibus iam demùm non parùm multa accesserunt, magno studio hincinde conquisita, qtque hactenus non parùm desiderata.

      Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), Geruuinum Calenium & Haeredes Iohannis Quientely, 1567. Folio. Bound in a contemp. full calf, raised bands, rebacked preserving most of the old spine, compartments with small vignettes in gold. Gilt lineborders to covers. An oval gilt decoration to middle of both covers. Some scratches. A repair to one corner and a small part of frontcover. Titlepage with large woodcut device. (4),1003 pp. Printed in two columns. Many fine initials in woodcut. Internally fine. This volume comes from the library of the Antoninian munks at the L'Eglise de Saint Antoine in Montferrand ", inscribed on the titlepage "Ex Libris domus sti (Sancti) Antonij Montisferandi; Catalogo inscriptus" and "e......No.4" ¶ First edition of the fourth volume of Crabbe and Surius's classic work in which are printed "The Acts of the Councils".Adams C: 2772. - Short-Title German 1455-1600, Councils, p. 225.

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        1. Homer. Opera graeco-latina, quae quidem nunc extant, omnia. Hoc est: Ilias, Odyssea, Batrachomyomachia, et Hymni: Praeterea Homeri vita ex Plutarcho. operam suam contulit Sebastianus Castalio. Editio tertia, superioribus longe et emendatior, et auctior . ad fidem postremae editionis Henrici Stephani. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Basel, Brylinger Erben, 1567. - Folio, circa 35,5 x 24 cm. 10 Bll., 292, 317 SS., 1 Bl., mit Druckermarke und zahlreichen figürlichen Initialen Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit abgeflachten Kanten und reicher figürlicher Prägung "VD16 H 4599; Hoffmann II, 317: "Der Text des Stephanus ist abgedruckt, aber Pantaleonis carmen beigefügt". Dritter überarbeiteter Basler Druck in der Edition des französischen Humanisten Sebastian Castellio (1515-1563), der Erstdruck erschien ebenda 1561. Der Philologe Castellio unterrichtete Griechisch an der Universität Basel und erwarb sich grosse Verdienste durch die Edition antiker Klassiker wie auch einer beachteten Bibelausgabe. Hier sind im Anhang verschiedene (pseudo-)homerische Texte beigegeben: der Froschmäusekrieg, die Hymnen, sowie die Homer-Biographie von Plutarch. Griechisch-lateinischer Paralleldruck, der griechische Text in den berühmten Grecs du Roi von Claude Garamond gedruckt. - VORGEBUNDEN: Plutarch. Vitae comparatae illustrium virorum, graecorum & romanorum, ita digestae ut temporum ordo seriesque constet, Hermanno Cruserio. Basel, Thomas Guarin, 1564. 6 Bll., 785 SS., 35 Bll., mit 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. VD 16, ZV 12598; Schweiger I, 264; Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 105. Erste von Crueser (1510-1575) bearbeitete und bei Guarin gedruckte Ausgabe. "1564 erscheint bei Thomas Guarin eine neue Übersetzung der Viten Plutarchs, aus der Feder des niederlandischen Arztes, Juristen und Staatsmanns Herrmann Croeser. Das ist insofern erstaunlich, als erst 1561 als Gemeinschaftsdruck des Lucius in Heidelberg und Oporins in Basel eine neue Übersetzung dieser Sammlung durch Wilhelm Xylander erschienen war und Christoph Plantin, der den Druck Croesers zuerst geplant zu haben scheint, sich offenbar dadurch davon hat abhalten lassen" (Hieronymus). - "Nicht ohne Interesse sind die für Crüsers bedeutende und ausgebreitete Verbindungen zeugenden Dedicationen der einzelnen, meist schon 1564 vollendeten Biographien des Plutarch: so der des Theseus und Romulus an König Philipp II. von Spanien, des Pelopidas und Marcellus an Herzog Christoph von Würtemberg, des Hannibal, Scipio, Perikles und Fabius Maximus an Herzog Wilhelm III. von Cleve, des Pyrrhus und Marius an den Kurfürsten Friedrich III. von der Pfalz, des Nicias und Crassus an Johann Jakob Fugger, des Demosthenes und Cicero an den clevischen Rath Heinrich Bars genannt Olisleger etc." (ADB). - EINBAND: Bemerkenswerter Prägeband, aussen eine figürliche Rolle mit Christus, David etc., danach eine figürliche Tugendrolle und mittig jeweils eine vierteilige Platte mit den freien Künsten (vorne: Grammatik, Dialektik, Arithmetik und Rhetorik, hinten: Musik mit zwei Firguren mit Harfe und Laute sowie Astronomie und Geometrie). - Nur wenig gebräunt, nur der Plutarch am Anfang mit kleinem Wasserrand im äussersten weissen Rand und mit wenigen alten Unterstreichungen, gering angestaubt, sonst beide Teile überwiegend sauber und schön. Einband ohne Schliesse, etwas berieben und nachgedunkelt, aber sehr dekorativ. Insgesamt schönes Exemplar. "

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        Historia de gentium septentrionalium variis conditionibus statibusue & de morum, rituum, superstitionum, exercitiorum, regiminis, disciplinæ, uictusq, mirabili diversitate. Item de bellis structuris, instrumentisq mirabilibus. Item de mineris metallicis, & variis animalium generibus, in illis regionibus de gentium. Opus, omnibus cuiuscung conditionis hominibus magno usui futurum, rerum cognitione delectationeq refertum, expressis figuris pictis illustratum.

      Basel 1567. Folio (320 x 210 mm). Treskåret tittelblad. 485 tresnitt i teksten. Stort foldet kart i tresnitt. (48) bl. + 854 s. + (1) bl. Samtidig helpergamentbind. . . Contemporary vellum. Woodcut tile. 485 woodcuts in text. Large folding wodcut map.

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        Venetia

      1567. In alto al centro, sotto il bordo superiore, il titolo: VENETIA. Lungo il margine inferiore si trova una legenda alfanumerica di 111 rimandi (1-105 e A-F) a luoghi e monumenti notabili, distribuita su otto colonne. Segue, a destra, l'imprint editoriale: In Venetia L'Anno MDLXVII jn mezaria all'insegna della Colonna. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro con il nome dei venti: TRAMONTANA, OSTRO, LEVANTE, PONENTE, il nord è in alto. Opera priva di scala grafica. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 194x268. Pianta prospettica della città che reca l'imprint editoriale della "Libreria alla Colonna" che identifica in Paolo Forlani l'editore della tavola. L'opera è infatti inserita in tutte e cinque le copie conosciute della raccolta Il primo libro delle citta et fortezze del mondo il primo compendio di cartografia urbana mai realizzato, che contiene opere di Forlani e Domenico Zenoi. La carta è ristampata, inalterata, da Bolognino Zaltieri in due diverse edizioni del De' disegni delle più illustri citta, et fortezze del mondo di Giulio Ballino, entrambe pubblicate a Venezia nel 1569. Stati & edizioni: l'opera non ha nessuna variante di lastra, ma le tirature dello Zaltieri (1569) presentano un testo descrittivo al verso. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione Zaltieri, con testo descrittivo al verso (1569). Restauro al margine bianco inferiore, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara. Cassini (1971): n. 15; Ganado (1993): p. 33, nn. A1, B10; Moretto (2001): n. 23; Romanelli-Biadene (1982): n. 10; Schulz (1970): pp. 45-46, n. 18; Szalai-Matkovic (2012): pp. 4-36; cf. Valerio (1998): p. 40, n. 30 e p. 47, n. 1.

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        Statuta, & Decreta Communis Genuae. Quae quam ordinatissime, diligentissime, et castigatissime ad Communem cunctorum genuensium utilitatem, necnon voluptatem impressa sint, liquidò patebit legentibus

      apud Dominicum Nicolinum, 1567. in folio antico (cm 29x20), pp. 2 b., 22 nn., 160 numerate solo al recto. 2 b.; leg. coeva p/perg., ds. a 3 nervi con tit. manos., tagli spruzz.; vignetta con motto al front. ripetuta dopo il registro, numerosi bellissimi capil. abitati, carta forte con ampi margini; antiche note manos. ai margini di m. carte e all'ultima sguardia; lievi fior. e lievi aloni ad alcune c., restauro ben eseguito al ds. ma solido buon esemplare; ex libris principesco al front. ed altro in rosso alla c. della dedica; il Brunet ed il Graesse citano solo l'ediz. di Bononia del 1498, richiamata in questa 2^ ediz., a fine della dedica. 614/34

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        Aimoini Monachi, Qui antea Annonii Nomine editus est, Historiae Francorum Lib. V

      Andreas Wechel 1567 - Ex Veterib. exemplaribus multo emendatiores, Cum indice copiosissimo, qui etiam locorum communium ac epitomes vicem supplet, 1 vol. in-8 reliure postérieure pleine basane marron, dos muet à 4 nerfs, Apud Andream Wechelum, Paris, 1567, 4 ff., 795 pp. et 16 ff. n. ch. (index et errata) Edition originale de la version donnée par Jean Nicot. Etat satisfisant (forte mouill. intérieure, rel. lég. frottée, bon éat par ailleurs). "C'est sur [ le] manuscrit que fut faite la première édition de l'Histoire d'Aimoin, à Paris en 1514, chez Badius, fol. Les fautes dont cette édition étoit remplie, jusqu'au nom d'Aimoin qui y est appellé Annonius, engagèrent Jean Nicot à en donner une plus correcte. Quoique le Privilège soit de l'an 1557, elle ne parut qu'en 1567, à Paris, chez André Wechel, in8° Wechel la dédia à Nicot lui-même, dont le nim ne paroit qu'à la tête de cette Epître" (Ceillier, Histoire Générale des Auteurs Sacrés, XX, 63). Disciple d'Abbon de Fleury, le bénédictin Aimoin est entré chez les bénédictins de l'abbaye de Fleury vers 980. Ses "Historiae Francorum Lib. V" constituent l'une des plus anciennes compilation importantes des sources de l'histoire de France, composées avant 1004. L'oeuvre évoque l'histoire des francs depuis les origines jusqu'en 654. Langue: Latin [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sonetti, et canzoni con l'Egloghe pescatorie, di nuovo con somma diligentia ristampate. Aggiuntovi molte altre rime del medesimo autore. 2 in 1 volume.

      Venezia, Gabriel Giolito de'Ferrari, 1567. - 8°, circa 15,8 x 10 cm. 22 ff., 207 pp., 2 (1 blank) ff., 98 p., 2 ff., with 2 titles with printer s devices, large device at the end and portrait in the text Later (18th cent.) boards "IT\ICCU\BVEE\013972; Gamba 1622. Venetian edition of the poems of Berardino Rota (ca.1509-1574) from Naples. "Ebbe cura di questa edizione Dionigi Atanagi, che la dedico a Gio. Girolamo Aquaviva, duca d'Atri., al quale scrive, che il Rota e stato osservatore delle regole della lingua si religiosamente, che se elle fossero perdute si potrebbero di nuovo perfettamente cavar da lui." - Here two parts in one volume, both second editions, first published separately in Naples in 1560. The second part with a new title-page dated 1566. Some copies are also bound with a third part "Poemata" (not mentioned by Gamba, not present here). - Of special interest are the "egloghe pescatorie", poems of the fishermen in Naples with parts about the Vesuvio, the beautiful little places outside Naples, one poem in celebration of Vittoria Colonna etc. " "- Minor browning little staining, first title with older inscription, few annotations, few ink stains, only the last leaves with some waterstaining, else mostly clean, rubbed, spine browned. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aimoini Monachi, Qui antea Annonii Nomine editus est, Historiae Francorum Lib. V

      Andreas Wechel. Ex Veterib. exemplaribus multo emendatiores, Cum indice copiosissimo, qui etiam locorum communium ac epitomes vicem supplet, 1 vol. in-8 reliure postérieure pleine basane marron, dos muet à 4 nerfs, Apud Andream Wechelum, Paris, 1567, 4 ff., 795 pp. et 16 ff. n. ch. (index et errata) Edition originale de la version donnée par Jean Nicot. Etat satisfisant (forte mouill. intérieure, rel. lég. frottée, bon éat par ailleurs). "C'est sur [ le] manuscrit que fut faite la première édition de l'Histoire d'Aimoin, à Paris en 1514, chez Badius, fol. Les fautes dont cette édition étoit remplie, jusqu'au nom d'Aimoin qui y est appellé Annonius, engagèrent Jean Nicot à en donner une plus correcte. Quoique le Privilège soit de l'an 1557, elle ne parut qu'en 1567, à Paris, chez André Wechel, in8° Wechel la dédia à Nicot lui-même, dont le nim ne paroit qu'à la tête de cette Epître" (Ceillier, Histoire Générale des Auteurs Sacrés, XX, 63). Disciple d'Abbon de Fleury, le bénédictin Aimoin est entré chez les bénédictins de l'abbaye de Fleury vers 980. Ses "Historiae Francorum Lib. V" constituent l'une des plus anciennes compilation importantes des sources de l'histoire de France, composées avant 1004. L'oeuvre évoque l'histoire des francs depuis les origines jusqu'en 654. Latin

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        IUS MUNICIPALE VICENTINUM. Cum additione Partium Dominii.

      Venetiis, ad instantiam Bartholomaei Contrini, 1567. In-4 p. (mm. 282x195), cartonato mod. stile settecentesco, tit. ms. al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 233 (i.e. 229) cc.num., manca l'ultima carta bianca (numerosi sono gli errori della paginazione), ornato da grandi iniziali figur. a vignetta inc. su legno. Al verso della c. (228): “Ioan. Gryphius excudebat, ad instantiam Bartholomaei Contrini MDLXVII.” Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con xilografato grande stemma di Vicenza. Agli statuti, divisi in IV libri, è stato aggiunto “Liber novus partium”. Privilegium civitatis Vicentiae in prima deditione (da p. 180 al fine). Cfr. Fontana,III, p. 342 - Lozzi,I,607: “Bella edizione. Raro”. Frontesp. restaurato per piccolo strappo, tracce d'uso sulle prime 4 carte, altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        Historia plantarum. Earum Imagines, Nomenclatura, Qualitates, & Natale Solum

      Lyon: Gabrielis Coterij, 1567. Second Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Contemporary vellum, soiled and discolored but sound. Title and first page and last two index leaves with paper repairs, marginal notes in pencil and pen, scattered minor stains, otherwise a nice clean copy of this condensed pocket herbal based on the work of Pietro Andrea Mattioli and others. Woodcuts on pages 5-640.640, 229, (1), (25)pp. Blanks intact. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Science & Technology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046559.

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        Erst Theil dieses Weltbuchs, von newen erfundnen Landtschafften. Warhafftige Beschreibunge aller Theil der Welt.

      1567 - Small folio. Title printed in red and black. Late nineteenth-century parchment-backed marbled boards, 1608 ink inscription of the Jesuit college at Munich on title, margins of first and last few leaves a little frayed or worn, possibly lacks final leaf with colophon. [6], CCXLII, [7]ff. [Frankfurt, Sigmund Feyerabend], Originally published in 1534, this is a description of all known parts of the world and is divided into four parts, on respectively Africa, Europe, Asia and America. The Asian section is extensive and it was through Franck that ?the Asia of tradition, heavily reinforced and amplified with newer materials, first entered German historical thought and writing. It could hardly have occurred under better auspices, for he is still recognized as a master of German prose and a pioneer in the writing of universal history? (Lach, Asia in the Making of Europe, vol. 2, bk 2, p. 338). The authors consulted by Franck are listed on the verso of the title and range from classical writers such as Herodotus, Pliny and Polybius to Marco Polo, Columbus, Varthema, Vespucci and Cortés. Franck?s work was republished by Feyerabend in 1567 to accompany new material on Portuguese voyages to the East Indies and his editions of Ulrich Schmidel?s and Hans Staden?s travels, which was issued as a companion volume (not present here) and separately. See Alden, 567/16; VD16, F2174; Sabin, 25471. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Extr. Rare Antique Print-SATIRE-80 YEARS WAR-ALVA-Anonymous-ca. 1567

      - Antique print, titled: 'Hochtuitscher Lansk. Spaniart Albanus Hollander' - The complaint of the German, Spanish and the Dutch soldier. A German and Dutch soldier beside a Spanish soldier and Duke Alva. Etching on laid paper. Watermark: Gothic P Description: State: Only state. Ref: Fred. Muller Suppl. 525B. Extremely rare contemporary political print concerning the trouble caused by the Duke of Alva and his soldiers in the Netherlands. This is probably the very earliest print aimed against Alva's rule in the Netherlands (1567-1573).Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Anonymous, German' after own design. Condition: Very good, given age. No margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q2-192 LA The overall size is ca. 10.4 x 7.5 inch. The image size is ca. 10.4 x 7.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 26.5 x 19 cm. The image size is ca. 26.5 x 19 cm.

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        Antique Map-BOIS LE DUC-'S HERTOGENBOSCH-NETHERLANDS-Guicciardini-1567

      - Plate: 'Bolduch.' (View of 's-Hertogenbosch / Den Bosch, The Netherlands). With coat of arms of Brabant and 's-Hertogenbosch left and right of the title scroll. Scarse in this ed. Woodcut on a verge type of hand laid paper, pasted onto a carrier. Description: This old antique print was published in 'Descittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi'. (Description of all low countries.), 1st ed. by L. Guicciardini, Antwerp 1657. In later ed. this plate was replaced by a copperplate view.Artists and Engravers: The author of the book this print originates from is Lodovico Guicciardini (1521-1589): an Italian merchant from aristocratic descent. He was born in Florence, a son of Jacopo Guicciardini. His uncle was the famous author Francesco Guicciardini (1483-1540) who wrote 'La historia di Italia'. The Guicciardini family established a presence in Antwerp and in 1541 Lodovico arrived to work with his uncle. In 1569 he landed in jail because he has critisized Alva's policies. In 1582 he landed in jail again because he apparently knew Jean Jaureguy, who tried to kill William of Orange, but he was released soon. Although he had been prosperous at times he ended a poor man. Condition: Excellent given age. General age related toning. Short margins, remargined. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: B50-02 The overall size is ca. 15.7 x 11.8 inch. The image size is ca. 13.8 x 10.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 40 x 30 cm. The image size is ca. 35 x 26 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Obra intitulada fragmentos Mathematicos. En que se tratan cosas de Geometria y Astronomia y geographia y Philosophia natural, y Sphera, y Astrolabio y Navegacion, y Reloxes.

      En casa de Juan de Canova, Salamanca 1567 - "Astronomía, matemática, geografía, navegación en el siglo XVI - solo un ejemplar en bibliotecas de USA". PRIMERA EDICION DE ESTE IMPORTANTE TRATADO DE MATEMÁTICA Y ASTRONOMIA ESPAÑOL DEL SIGLO XVI. El autor, Juan Pérez de Moya, está considerado como unos de los padres de la matemática española – su obra Diálogos de aritmética práctica y especulativa, Salamanca, 1562, está considerada la más importante en su género en el siglo XVI; llegó a reimprimirse 30 veces. Esta obra, de insigne rareza, es elogiada por Palau quien dice " obra notable en su género y de estima comercial"; la primera parte trata de geometría práctica; la segunda parte trata de la astronomía, geografía, astrolabio, navegación y relojes; Felipe Picatoste y Rodríguez, matemático y autor de la esencial bibliografía Apuntes para una biblioteca científica española del siglo XVI le dedica casi una página entera a esta obra. OBRA DE GRAN IMPORTANCIA PARA LA HISTORIA DE LA CIENCIA EN ESPAÑA. Solo un ejemplar en USA según OCLC (Wisconsin). "Astronomy, mathematics, geography, navigation in the 16th century". 12vo; title page remargined, with an old manuscript annotation, missing 2 lines of text (date & tassa); contemporary vellum. FIRST EDITION OF THIS IMPORTANT TREATISE ON SPANISH MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY IN THE 16TH CENTURY. The author, Juan Pérez de Moya, is considered to be one of the fathers of Spanish mathematics – his work Diálogos de aritmética práctica y especulativa, Salamanca, 1562, is considered the most important of its kind in the 16th century; it was reprinted 30 times. This work, of great rarity, is praised by Palau who says "a notable work of its kind and of commercial esteem"; the first part deals with practical geometry; the second part with astronomy, geography, the astrolabe, navigation, and clocks; Felipe Picatoste y Rodríguez, mathematician and author of the essential bibliography Apuntes para una biblioteca científica española del siglo XVI devotes almost a full page to this work. A WORK OF GREAT IMPORTANCE FOR THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE IN SPAIN. Only one copy in the USA according to OCLC (Wisconsin). varias pp páginas

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        Medici libelli, des hocherfarnesten (sic!) Herrn Theophrasti Paracelsi, beyder Artzeney Doctoris/vorhin niemals in Truck ausgegangen.

      Cöln, Arnold Byrckmans Erben, 1567 - Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten! - Auf der Rückseite des Titel 13 lateinische Distichen, Vorrede von Balthasar Floeter Saganus, Silesius an Georg Fugger, Freiherrn zu Kirchbergk und Weissenborn. Ganzseitiges En Face Bild Hohenheims mit der Unterschrift "Av. Ph. Th. Paracelsi, nati anno 1493. Mortvi anno 1541. Aetatis svae 47. Effigies". - Die Ausgabe enthält folgende Einzelschriften (auf Deutsch): ‘Physionomia morborum - De Terebinthina & utroq; Hellebro - Liber secundus de Caduco Matricis - De Peste Commentarius - Fragmentum aliud de Peste - De ligno Guaiaco - Explicatio aliquot Aphorismorum Hippocratis. Im Inhaltsverzeichnis auf dem letzten Blatt bezeichnet als: Physionomey der kranckheiten - Vom Terpentin vund beiderley Christwurz - Von fallende(n) Siechtagen der Muter - Beschreibung der Pestilentz - Anders von der Pestilentz - Vo(m) Frantzösischen Holtze gründliche Heilungk - Auslegung etlicher Aphorismoru(m) Hippocratis . - Rare first edition. Not in the Bethesda library. 1 woodcut portrait. - Contemp. leather binding on wooden boards. Partly foxed, tanned and waterstained, title page soiled, some removed stamps. Binding bumped, back restored (with later calf). Some marginalia and marks by old hand. - SUDHOFF Bibliotheca paracelsica 87 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 444 Kl.-4to, blindgepr. Holzdeckelband d. Zt., handgeschr. altes Rückenschild, 12 Bll., 1 ganzseitiger Porträtholzschnitt, Holzschnitttitelbordüre; 12 nn. Blatt, 261 numm. S., 1 nn. Bl. mit Inhaltsverzeichnis und Druckvermerk ("zu Cöln truckts Gerhart Vierendunck in verlegung Arnoldi Birckmans Erben"); tlw. etw. gebräunt, nur sehr gering stockfl. und wasserrandig, Titelblatt etw. mouilliert und mit gelöschten Stempeln. Einbd. etw. bestoßen, Rücken und Ecken spät. mit Ldr. ausgebessert. Exemplar mit Anstr. und Marginalien von alter Hand. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Verantwortung, die Communion einer gstalt betreffend, mit gründlicher widerlegung dreyer Lutherischer Streit vnd Lasterschrifften.

      München: [Colophon: Gedruckt ... bey Adam Berg], 1567. 4to (20.4 cm; 8"). [1], 88, [1] ff. First edition of a Catholic Reformation defense of communion and refutation of controversial writings, especially those of Cyriackus Spangenberg (1528–1604) and Jakob Andreae (1528–90): Bucer, Melanchthon, and the like are covered as well, and so too the writings of Schwenkfeld, Brentz, and Calvin. The title-page is printed in red and black with the main text written in German and Latin, printed in black letter with the occasional Greek word and marginal notes in roman.    Evidence of Readership: Underlines, short notes, and a manicule sprinkled throughout text in an early hand, including a reference to "fol. 20" on the title-page.    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear.    Searches of COPAC, WorldCat, and NUC reveal only one U.S. library holding this title and only the British Library in the U.K. Yes, several German libraries report ownership.         Not in Adams; VD16 R334. Modern boards covered in a handsome 16th-century leaf, endpapers with light age-toning/pencilling; remnant of old tab on title-page fore-edge, two leaves missing corners away from text, light to moderate age-toning with the occasional spot and bottom edges untrimmed. Readership markings as above. => A scarce and interesting work.

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        Opera. nunc vero ad exemplaria Graeca denuo summa fide diligentiaq. collata. Basle, ex officina Frobeniana (per Ambrosium et Aurelium Frobenios, fratres),

      1567 - Woodcut printer's device on title and last leaf verso, fine large woodcut initials. Folio. [10]ff. 910pp. [13]ff. (first blank). Late 16th/early 17th century limp vellum with overlapping edges, blue cloth ties intact. A fine copy of Sigismund Gelenius' important edition of Josephus from the library at Steingaden Abbey, a revised version of his edition of 1548. It begins with Gelenius' dedication to the Augsburg patrician and bibliophile Johann Jacob Fugger (1516-75), Count of Kirchberg and Weissenhorn, dated 1548. There follows a short life of Josephus, and the twenty books of De antiquitates Judaeorum which covers the history of the Jews from the creation to the outbreak of the war with Rome, followed by the eight books of the De bello Judaico, the history of the Jewish rebellion of 67-73 A.D., and the two books of De antiquitatibus contra Appionem, a defence against current misinterpretations of the Jews. The final part De Machabaeis, is an account of the martyrdom of Eleazar and of seven youths and their mother in the persecution under Antiochus Epiphanes; the attribution of this piece to Josephus is doubtful. The Bohemian humanist Sigismund Gelenius (c. 1498-1554) had moved to Basle in 1524, where he first lived in Erasmus' household, and spent the remainder of his life there working for the Froben press as scholar, editor, corrector and translator from the Greek. He worked on the editio princeps of Josephus published by Froben in 1544.Provenance: Premonstratensians of Steingaden, Bavaria, founded in 1147, with their inscription on title-page ?In usum FF Steingadensium. Emptus A. 1649?, stamped monogram ?SC? on the upper cover, spine and head of title-page, and engraved armorial bookplate ?Ex Bibliotheca Canonicorum Premonstratensium in Steingaden dated 1786 inside front-cover. The monastery was dissolved in 1803 during the secularisation of Bavaria. Duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich, with their pencil mark ?Dpl. A 10362? on fly-leaf.VD16 J964. Adams J366. Schweiger p. 178. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La historia d’Italia

      Gabriel Giolito de’ Ferrari, Vinegia 1567 - Due parti in un volume in 4°-grande, pp. (80), 819, (1) (24), 173,(1), legatura moderna piena pergamena, tassello in pelle con titoli e filetti oro al dorso, grande impresa tipografica su ambedue i frontespizi, bel ritratto del Guicciardini al verso del sesto foglio, numerose iniziali istoriate, testatine e finalini xilografati, seconda edizione completa, bell’esemplare Two parts in one volume in 4°large, pp. (80), 819, (1) (24), 173, (1), modern full parchment binding, leather piece with gilt titles and fillets to the back, large printer’s mark to both frontispieces, fine portrait of Guicciardini to the verso of sixth sheet, numerous decorated initials, woodcut headpieces and tail ornaments, second complete edition, fine copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Jardin d'armoiries contenant les armes de plusieurs Nobles Royaumes & Maisons de Germanie Inferieure: oeuvre autant nouveau, que provitable à tous amateurs du noble exercise d'armes. Den Boomgaert der wapenen, inhoudende de Wapenen van vele Edele Huysen van deze Nederlanden ende andere omliggende: wesende dit wercxken also nieu, als profytelyck allen beminders van het edele exercitie van wapenen.

      Gent, Gheraert Salenson, 1567. 12o. Later half leather with linen boards. Fine copy. Annotations in ink on free end papers. Exlibris J.F.L. Coenen van 's Gravesloot and Daniel de Bruin. (191) pages. Cut short with loss of text in the margin notes. 19th century restoration of two pages. Illustrated with 917 woodcuts of coats-of-arms. Literature: Machiels L104, VanderHaeghen 170. H149

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        Le cose Meravigliose dell'alma città di Roma; L'Antichità di Roma di M. Andrea Palladio

      Roma, Bartholomeo Toso Bresciano - Roma, Tito & Paolo Diani 1567-1587 - Titre complet: Le cose Meravigliose dell'Alma Città di Roma, dove si tratta delle Chiese, Stationi, Indulgenze, & Reliquie dé corpi Santi, che sono in essa. Con la guida romana ch'insegna facilmente a tutti i forestieri a ritrovare le più notabili cose di Roma.con un trattato d'acquistar l'indulgentie. Roma, Bartholomeo Toso Bresciano, 1567. Lié à L'Antichità di Roma, di M. Andrea Palladio Raccolta brevemente da gli Autori Antichi & Moderni. Aggiontovi un discorso sopra li fuochi degli antichi. Roma, Tito & Paolo Diani 1587. Couverture contemporaine en parchemin, dont le mot Rome a été ajouté sur le dos. De très bonnes conditions générales, avec beaucoup de décorations faites de gravures, les premières lettres étant dessinées. On peut aussi voir des images de saints. L'un des premiers guides de Rome, ainsi qu’un bref essai sur l'antiquité à Rome. Complete title: Le cose Meravigliose dell'Alma Città di Roma, dove si tratta delle Chiese, Stationi, Indulgenze, & Reliquie dé corpi Santi, che sono in essa. Con la guida romana ch'insegna facilmente a tutti i forestieri a ritrovare le più notabili cose di Roma.con un trattato d'acquistar l'indulgentie. Roma, Bartholomeo Toso Bresciano, 1567. Bound with: Complete title: L'Antichità di Roma, di M. Andrea Palladio Raccolta brevemente da gli Autori Antichi & Moderni. Aggiontovi un discorso sopra li fuochi degli antichi. Roma, Tito & Paolo Diani 1587. Contemporary hard cover on full parchment, later label with the name "Roma" applied on spine. Good overall conditions, inside many decorations on woodcut, decorated headletters and images of saints. An early complete guide to Rome joint to a brief essay on the antiquities of Rome. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 10% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 900 euro. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fabulae centum ex antiquis auctoribus delectae.

      (Anvers), Christophe Plantin, 1567. ____ Première édition chez Plantin et aux Pays Bas. (Elle pourrait être une remise en vente d'une édition de 1566 dont on on ne connait pas d'exemplaire). Cette édition est illustrée de 100 gravures sur bois à mi-page gravées par Arnold Nicolai et Gerard Janssen Van Kempen d'après les dessins de Pieter Van der Borcht. Le titre est dans un encadrement gravé. Ces bois ont servis dans toutes les éditions jusqu'en 1727. Le pape Pie IV chargea son neveu Gabriello Faerno de donner une nouvelle traduction en vers latins, d'un choix de fables d'Esope et d'autres fabulistes grecs. Faerno mourut en 1561 et l'ouvrage fut achevé et publié en 1563 à Rome par Silvio Antonianini. Cette anthologie, dont La Fontaine a repris de nombreux éléments, a été traduite en français par Charles Perrault au début du dix-huitième siècle. A la fin : "Excudebat Christophorus Plantinus Anterverpiae, mense Junio, an. MDLXII." Le dernier feuillet blanc manque, quelques légères rousseurs. Bon exemplaire. *-------* First edition by Christophe Plantin and the first in Low Countries. (though possibly a reprint from an unlocated 1566 edition) Title within woodcut border and 100 woodcuts by Arnold Nicolai and Gerard Janssen van Kampen, after designs by Pieter van der Borcht. These small woodcuts served in all succeeding editions until 1727. Landwehr, Emblem and fable books printed in the Low Countries F096. Voet 1163. In-16. Collation : 173 pp. Vélin, dos orné, encadrement doré sur les plats. (Reliure du XIXe.).

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        De rebus Flandriae memorabilibus liber singularis. Ab eodem Flandriae principes carmine descripti. Ad Lamorallum principem Gaverae, comitem Egmondae, &c.

      Anvers, Chistophe Plantin, 1567. ____ Première édition chez Plantin de cette description des Flandres. Cette édition est très augmentée sur la première de 1557 à Louvain et elle contient une dédicace au Comte d'Egmont, datée de Bruges, Novembre 1566. "Ce livre offre cette particularité qu'il a été dédié à l'infortuné comte d'Egmont, vers la fin de 1566, au milieu de la fermentation des troubles naissants. Un an et demi après, il payait de la vie sa participation à ces mémorables événements. Selon Van Hulthem, cette première édition est très rare et contient quelques particularités et surtout les Flandriae principes carmine descripti, qui ne sont pas dans la seconde." Ruelens, De Backer, Annales plantiniennes p. 75.*-------* Second edition, the first published by Plantin, of that history of Flanders published by Jacques Marchant (1537 -1609). Born in Nieuport, he studied in the university of Louvain and became preceptor of the children of Jean de Melun, seigneur of Antoing and Epinoy. During the civil war, he joined the rebels and became president of the Council of Admiralty, la ndhouder of Furnes and judge in Nieuport. The first edition was published in Louvain in 1557 under the title De rebus gestis a Flandriae comitibus , but this Plantin edition is much enlarged by the author, with a dedication to the famous count of Egmont, dated Bruges 1st November 1566. The book contains a history of Flanders, a description of the county and its administrative territories and institutions, a list of the counts and Latin poems celebrating each count. Jan Moretus will issue a third edition in 1596. In-8. Collation : 86, (2) pp. Demi-basane rouge à coins. (Reliure du XVIIIe.).

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        BIBLIA, Ad vetutissima exemplaria castigata. Quid in horum Bibliorum castigatione praestitum sit, subsequens praefatio latiùs indicabit.

      - Antuerpiae, Christophori Pantini, 1567, 18 x 12’5 cm., plena piel de época, adornos dorados en las tapas, 8 h. incluso portada orlada + 303 folios + 1 hoja blanca + 74 folios + 5 h. (Impresión a dos columnas. Última hoja de índice con mancha de tinta antigua que dificulta o impide la lectura de varias palabras). RELIGIÓN

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        JEAN PARISOT DE LA VALETTE (1495 -1568): JOANNE DE VALETTA GRAN MAESTRO DELLA RELIGIONE IEROSOLIMITANA

      Etching, plate: 14 x 18 cm - Venice 1567 A separately published etched portrait of Jean Parisot de La Valette (1495 -1568)as published one year before his death. Parisot de La Valette was a French nobleman and 49th Grand Master of the Order of Malta, from 1557 to 1568, ant the founder of Valletta. La Valette became the Order's hero and most illustrious leader. He was a commander in the resistance against the Ottomans at the Great Siege of Malta in 1565. Etching by Domenico Zanoi, active between ca. 1560-1580 in Venice. In the lower corner tiny stamp, otherwise in a good condition.

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        Codicis ex repetita praelectione, lib. XII. Ex codicis Theodosiani, & veterum exemplarium collatione innumeris mendis repurgati, & perpetuis notis illustrati, L. Russardo. auctore. 2 Bände.

      Antwerpen, Plantin, 1567. - circa 18,3 x 12,8. 603 SS., 2 w. Bll., mit Druckerm. a. d. Tit.; 775 SS. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schliessen Adams J 516; Degeorge 149f.; Ruelens/de B. 71f., 14, 7/8 (recte 8/9); Voet 1034 VIII/IX. - In sich abgeschlossene Teile 8 und 9 des grossen, elfteiligen Corpus juris, das bei Plantin als bis dahin groesstes verlegerisches Unternehmen der Offizin herausgegeben wurde. Der zweite Band schliesst hier ohne eigenes Titelblatt an mit: Liber VI. De servis fugitivis, et libertis, mancipiisque civitatum artificibus, & ad diversa opera deputatis, & ad rem privatam vel dominicam pertinentibus. - Kaum gebräunt oder fleckig, Titel von Band 1 und Seite 1 von Band 2 mit altem Besitzvermerk. Hinterdeckel von Band 2 mit Tintenfleck an der oberen Kante und ohne die untere Schließhafte, vorderes Vorsatzblatt in beiden Bänden oben beschnitten, die schönen zeitgenössischen Prägebände sonst wohlerhalten, beide mit Exlibris (Paul von Biegeleben, 1898). - Sehr dekorativ. "

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        Gesamtansicht mit Belagerung i.J. 1567 ('Disegno Della Fortezza Et Citta Di Gotta In Sassonia').

      - anonymer Kupferstich aus Lafreri-Atlas, um 1567, 18,9 x 27,4 Vgl. Tooley 262 u. 264; vgl. Fauser 4788. - Ohne das Monogramm 'L.P.' unten rechts und veränderter Platte! - Sehr seltener italienischer Einblattdruck aus einem sog. Lafreri-Atlas.

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        Homeri Odyssea Id Est De Rebus Ab Ulysse Gestis Eiusdem Batrachomyomachia & Hymni [ Homer Odyssey Odysseia Homeric Hymns ]

      Jean Crespin, Geneva 1567 - Published in 1567 by Jean Crespin, Geneva, a French-born Protestant and friend of Calvin. A well-bound book -- solid, flat, square. Contemporary full calf with a blind-stamped cartouches to the covers. Decorative chapter headings and initial letters. A venerable exterior with rubs, dings, and some loss. The interior is pleasant & bright. No internal marks; inconsequential bits of discoloration (liquid spill) to edge of some of the Homeric Hymn leaves. Three names of previous owners appear on endpapers and pastedowns, as does a bookplate. The earliest (?) identified owner wrote Trinity College Cambridge in a spidery hand and also used a rear end paper to make different attempts at his signature. "Homeri Odyssea" written to one exterior page edge. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction, Variae Lectiones, Odyssey, Batrachomyomachia, Homeric Hymns. 848 pp, Greek and Latin side-by-side, 12 ounces. We ship daily. Out to you w/tracking. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Jardin d'armoiries contenant les armes de plusieurs Nobles Royaumes & Maisons de Germanie Inferieure: oeuvre autant nouveau, que provitable à tous amateurs du noble exercise d'armes. Den Boomgaert der wapenen, inhoudende de Wapenen van vele Edele Huysen van deze Nederlanden ende andere omliggende: wesende dit wercxken also nieu, als profytelyck allen beminders van het edele exercitie van wapenen.

      Gent, Gheraert Salenson, 1567. 12o. Later half leather with linen boards. Fine copy. Annotations in ink on free end papers. Exlibris J.F.L. Coenen van 's Gravesloot and Daniel de Bruin. (191) pages. Cut short with loss of text in the margin notes. 19th century restoration of two pages. Illustrated with 917 woodcuts of coats-of-arms. Literature: Machiels L104, VanderHaeghen 170. H149.

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        De artificio dicendi. Eiusdem tabulae oratoriae.

      Bologna, Alessandro Benacci, 1567. - 4to. 52, 20, 32, [18] ff. With woodcut printer's device on t. p. and numerous figural woodcut initials. 18th century calf with gilt-stamped title to gilt spine. Edges in red. In-depth discussion of Aristotle's Rhetoric and Poetics with numerous analyses of famous classical orations in schematic tables. Ancient rhetoric was one of the pillars of Italian Humanism. - The Humanist and critic F. Robortelli from Udine (1515-67), known as "Canis grammaticus" ("grammatical hound") due to his irascible temper, was professor of ethics, classical languages, and philosophy in Lucca, Pisa, Venice, Padova, and Bologna. Apart from preparing numerous editions of the classics, he rendered outstanding services to philology as a father of scholarly text criticism and emendation. - With contemp. ms. owner's mark on t. p.: "Sum Augustini Weijdperger, ex dono excellentiss. viri Dm. M. Nicolai Renner", and ms. mark of the St. Hippolyt Piarists' library (dated 1754). Pastedown with exlibris "Bibliotheca Collegii Cremsensis". - First initial with contemp. coloring in red. Spine and top spine-end damaged; front hinge slightly cracked. Some brown-spotting; altogether a good copy. Rare; no copy in America (cf. OCLC). Adams R 619. BM-STC Italian 557. Edit 16, CNC 32419. Hoefer XLII, 447: "Très rare". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Petri Bembi, patricii Veneti quaecunque usquam prodierunt opera in unum corpus collecta, & nunc demum ab C. Augustino Curione, cum optimis exemplaribus collata, & diligentissime castigata, quorum catalogum versa pagina indicabit his accesserunt hac editione singulorum historiae librorum epitoma, cum tabula locorum prisca & nova nomina explicante ; et rerum ac vocum memorabilium indice

      Per Thomas Guarinum - Basileae, 1567. LATINO 0,59 Cinquecentina in 8°, stato discreto, coperta rigida in pergamena, autore e titolo manoscritti sul dorso, pochi segni del tempo, fioritura sparsa, tagli bruniti, pagine ben conservate, segno di restauro su frontespizio, pagina 225 con numerazione sbagliata (252), foglio di guardia con fori e scritte cancellate. Su frontespizio marca tipografica, in parte rovinata, talloncino adesivo. Su foglio di guardia scritta abrasa. Presenta indice dei luoghi della storia di Bembo, segnatura dei fascicoli, richiami, in excipit registro e la scritta "Ex libris Bened. Baronis". Il Tomo contiene un altro scritto di Bembo "Petri Bembi insignia, quotquot extant, opuscula. Nempe, De Imitatione libellus. Cui Epistola Io. Francisci Pici eiusdem argumenti praemittitur. De Aetna Dialogus. De Culice Vergily, et Terenty fabulis. Carminum libellus." Eleganti capilettera e finalini in nero. USATO

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        CONSILIORUM ea continens, quae ad ius Pontificium, & ad contractus, seu dispositiones inter uiuos pertinent; dispositis ordine singulis materiis, cum suis cuiusque consilij summariis, & argumentis. Cum indice omnium locupletissimo, volumen primun

      BONONIAE APUD IOANNEM ROSSIUM 1567 - TESTO SU 2 COLONNE 774

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        Computus, vel calendarium astronomicum, continens praecipuarum partium temporis descriptiones: anno MDLXII conscriptum, et in Academia Witebergensi Scholasticae iuventuti propositum.

      Wittenberg, Johann Schwertel, 1567. - 8vo. (8), 206 [but: 208], (28) ff. (a8, A-Z8, Aa-Ff8, Gg4). T. p. and final "calendarium generale" printed in red and black. With 3 woodcut astronomical diagrams within the text. Early 18th c. half calf. All edges red. Very rare first edition of this work on chronology. With a calendar at the end, printed in red and black. Schönborn was professor of mathematics at Wittenberg, where he later was to succeed Peucer als professor of medicine. - Binding bumped at extremeties; spine severely rubbed; defects to spine-ends. Interior rather strongly browned and waterstained. VD 16, S 3361. Zinner 2436. Houzeau/L. 14195. Roller/Goodman II, 410. Not in Adams or NUC. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Piaseza

      Venezia 1567 - In alto all’interno della fortezza PIASE[N]ZA. In basso a sinistra scala di Tesse overo Passa 60 pari a mm 35. Alcuni luoghi o cose sono indicati con ii nome. Orientazione con una rosa dei venti con la semplice indicazione dei quadranti, nord-est a sinistra. Carta priva di scala grafica. Acquaforte e bulino, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Pianta della fortificazioni architettate nel 1525 per ordine di papa Clemente VII. Si basa sulla pianta contenuta nell’opera di Benedetto Labadini dal titolo In Fumi Bartholomaei Placentini Therpraxidem Commentarius, del 1544. Sebbene non risulta inserita in nessuna delle tre copie conosciute del Il primo libro delle citta et fortezze principali del mondo, edito a Venezia da Paolo Forlani nel 1567, la mappa può essere ricondotta per motivi stilistici alla tipografia di Paolo Forlani. La lastra fu acquisita da Bolognino Zaltieri che la ristampa, inalterata, per le due diverse edizioni del De’ disegni delle più illustri citta, et fortezze del mondo di Giulio Ballino, entrambe pubblicate a Venezia nel 1569. L’opera non ha nessuna variante di lastra, ma le tirature dello Zaltieri (1569) presentano un testo descrittivo al verso. Bibliografia: Da Mareto (1975): p. 113, n. 184 e pp. 115-119, n. 191; Piacenza Incisa (2003): p. 8; cf. Valerio (1998): p. 47, n. 18. Dimensioni 268 168mm

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        1. Lindt, Willem van der (W. Damasi Lindanus, van der Linden). Ruewardus, sive de animi tranquillitate, illorum in primis, qui ab Ecclesia Christi Iesu discessere catholica, aut aliquo ab eadem dissentiunt fidei Christianae capite.

      Köln, Nicolaus Graphaeus, 1567. - circa 16,5 x 10 cm. 8 Bll., 394 SS., 3 Bll., mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke Blindgeprägtes Kalbsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schließenresten und abgeflachten Kanten "VD 16 L 1947. Erste Ausgabe dieser Auseinandersetzung mit verschiedenen Abspaltungen von der katholischen Kirche und den Fehlern, die ihre Begründer laut Lindanus begehen. Er kritisiert in einzelnen Kapiteln Luther, Melanchthon, Flacius Illyricus, Martin Bucer, Calvin, Beza, Sleidanus, Musculus, die Wiedertäufer u.a. - Wilhelm Damasi Lindanus (1525-1588) war Inquisitor, Theologieprofessor und schliesslich Bischof von Gent. Mit seinen Schriften nahm er grossen Einfluss auf die Gegenreformation. - ANGEBUNDEN: 2. Sonnius, Franciscus (Frans van de Velde). Succincta demonstratio ex verbo Dei et patribus, errorum cuiusdam confeßionis Calvinisticae, recens per has inferioris Germaniae Regiones sparsae. Köln, Theodor Baum, 1567. 68 Bll., mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. - VD16 V 501. Erste Ausgabe dieser scharfen Kritik an Calvin und seiner Lehre. Der Theologe Sonnius (aus Son bei Eindhoven; 1506-1576) war Inquisitor und erster Bischof von ?s-Hertogenbosch, ab 1570 dann erster Bischof der Diözese Antwerpen. - Am Ende des Werkes ist als Imprimatur eine Empfehlung von Lindanus abgedruckt, der den Text als sehr nützlich bezeichnet "adversus grassantes passim haereses". - Bemerkenswerter Einband, auf beiden Deckeln drei Stempel: zweimal Adler, einmal eine Eichel, umgeben von Rankenbordüre. Schliessen entfernt, berieben. Vorsatz mit Notizen, erster Stempel mit älterem Jesuiten-Stempel, wenig gebräunt, meist sauber. Vorne weisse Blätter entfernt, hinten 12 weisse Blätter angebunden. " [Attributes: First Edition]

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        CONSILIORUM ea continens, quae ad ius Pontificium, & ad contractus, seu dispositiones inter uiuos pertinent; dispositis ordine singulis materiis, cum suis cuiusque consilij summariis, & argumentis. Cum indice omnium locupletissimo volumen primun

      BONONIAE APUD IOANNEM ROSSIUM, 1567. TESTO SU 2 COLONNE 774

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