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        Metropolis Salisburgensis, continens primordia christianae religionis per Boiariam et loca quaedam vicina. - II. Derselbe. Bayrisch Stammen Buch. Der erst (ander) Theil Von den Abgestorbnen Fürsten, Pfaltz: March: Landt: und Burggraven, Graven, Landt und Freyherrn, auch andern alten Adelichen Thurnier Geschlechtern deß löblichen Fürsthenthumbs zu Bayrn. Zusammen 3 Teile in 1 Band.

      Ingolstadt David Sartorius und 1585-1586 1582 - 4 Bl., 826 (recte 328) S., 1 Bl. Errata; 18 Bl., 375 S., 2 Bl. (letztes weiß); 2 Bl., 410 S., 1 Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel von I und zwei wiederholten Wappenholzschnitten auf den Titeln zum Stammenbuch sowie dazu je 12 gestochenen Wappentafeln (wiederholt). Fol. (33,5 x 23,5 cm). Holzdeckelband der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Schweinslederbezug und zwei intakten Schließen. Vereint die grundlegenden Hauptwerke Hundts zur bayerischen Geschichte in erster Ausgabe in einem Band. - Mit der "Metropolis Salisburgensis" lieferte er "eine Beschreibung der Kirchenprovinz und Urkundenedition zugleich. Dieses Werk sowie das bald folgende 'Bayrisch Stammen-Buch' (1585/86), die genealogische Beschreibung des bayerischen Adels, bildet nicht nur eine wertvolle Ergänzung zu Aventin, sondern den Beginn einer neuen historiographischen Epoche für Bayern, durch die begrenzte Zielsetzung, die Konzentration auf ein Teilgebiet, wie durch die dabei angewandte Methode des Urkundenbeweises" (Spindler II, 808). - Die lateinisch abgefaßte "Metropolis" befaßt sich mit der Geschichte der Bistümer Salzburg, Freising, Regensburg, Passau und Brixen sowie den Klöstern der Kirchenprovinz, das komplett deutschsprachige "Stammen Buch" liefert "eine Art Matrikel des Turnieradels, sorgfältig und mit kritischer Gründlichkeit gearbeitet, für Hundts Zeit ausgezeichnet durch ein ungewöhnliches Maß von Urkundenverwendung. Viele Angaben sind durch keine andere Quelle überliefert. Der 1. Teil behandelt über 120 abgestorbene, der 2. Teil über 50 damals noch blühende Adelsgeschlechter" (NDB X, 65). Hundt verfaßte noch einen dritten Teil des "Stammen Buchs", der aber erst 1830 im Druck vorgelegt werden konnte. - Hundt (1514-1588) gehörte unter Herzog Albrecht V. zu den einflußreichsten Beratern der bayerischen Politik, nach seiner aktiven politischen Karriere fand er die Zeit für die vorliegenden historischen Werke. Verheiratet war er in dritter Ehe mit Ursula, einer Tochter von Simprecht von Benzenau (Pientzenaw), Burgherr von Kemnat und Vogt von Kloster Irsee (deren Genealogie denn auch im zweiten Teil recht ausführlich behandelt wird). - Der erste Titel ohne das weiße Schlußblatt. Das "Stammen Buch" am Ende beider Teile mit den sehr seltenen 12 gestochenen Wappentafeln (beidseitig bedruckt und numeriert 1-23) mit Wappen der im Werk erwähnten Adelsgeschlechter. Die Wappen wurden wohl nur wenigen Exemplaren beigegeben, lediglich in einem der digitalisierten Exemplare der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek ist die Folge ebenfalls vorhanden. Auch den bei Lentner und Pfister angebotenen Exemplaren fehlten die Tafeln. - Etwas gebräunt, die Ränder leicht fleckig, im unteren Rand stellenweise gering wasserrandig. Der schöne zeitgenössische Prägeband leicht berieben und wenig fleckig, Bezug an den Stehkanten teils etwas aufgeplatzt, eine Schließbefestigung etwas lädiert. - Zur Provenienz: Titel mit zeitgenössischem Besitzvermerk "Sigersreiter" (?), die Beschreibung der Familie "Ahaimer" (Stammen Buch II, 53) mit interessanten genealogischen Ergänzungen einer Hand des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts, wohl von Georg Achaz Riederer, Sohn des Hanns Georg Riederer, Forstmeister und Rat zu Burghausen: Neben seinem Namen steht: "Ich hab noch so lang es Gott gefellig ist". *I. VD 16 H 5929. Adams H 1161. Schottenloher 33453b. Stalla 1460. - II. VD 16 H 5927. Lentner 3410: "Editio princeps v. grosser Seltenheit." Pfister 500 und 501. Stalla 1529 und 1553. Gewicht (Gramm): 4500 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Della Metamorfosi cioe Trasformatione del Virtuoso.

      In 4° (mm 197x144); legatura recente in pergamena molle realizzata con materiale antico; pp. (12), 319, (1) segnate †4, *², A-Rr4. Con stemma del dedicatario sul titolo e marca tipografica al verso dell'ultima carta. Fregio tipografico al verso della 3 carta preliminare. Grandi iniziali figurate. Ottima copia."PRIMA ED ASSAI RARA EDIZIONE" (G. Passano, I Novellieri italiani in prosa, Torino, 1878, pp. 563-565) e primo libro stampato da Tintinnassi ad Orvieto.Alla dedica di Ascanio Giacobacci a Giacomo Buoncompagno, duca di Sora, figlio naturale di Gregorio XIII e grande mecenate, segue l'avviso de L'autore a un suo amico, con cui questi accompagna il dono del libro e spiega di non voler rivelare il proprio nome. L'opera, fortunatissima, venne ristampata con le correzioni dell'autore a Firenze dai Giunti l'anno successivo e, quindi, di nuovo nel '91, nel '98, nel 1608 e nel 1615 sempre dai Giunti. Fu tradotta in francese (La metamorphose du vertueux) e stampata a Parigi nel 1611."Questo libro... è un romanzo degno in molte parti della elegante penna del Firenzuola. In esso l'autore narra, sotto finto nome, che Acrisio povero e costumato giovinetto di San Marcello, vinto dalle preghiere della madre, lascia la sua terra natia e la fanciulla del suo cuore, la virtuosa Clori, per recarsi a Napoli a cercarvi le paterne ricchezze. Riconosciuto da un suo parente le recupera, e lieto si rimette in via per la patria: senonché, prima di giungervi, per certi incantesimi della figliuola di quel suo parente, è mutato in serpe. Molti sono i casi, che, ora lieti ora tristi, gli accadono durante la trasformazione, né egli puote ritornare alla primiera forma, che presso l'amata giovane lasciata in duro abbandono. La quale muore poco appresso, dopo averlo ripreso aspramente de' suoi errori, e datigli molti avvisi salutari ed esortazioni al vivere virtuoso. Questa è l'orditura del romanzo, il cui scopo morale è che non la donna di città , in cui è simboleggiata la virtù speculativa, né le giovani della campagna, che figurano la morale, ma la sola Clori, per la quale s'intende la grazia divina, ci può rendere la divina immagine. Ed affinché piacevole e fruttuosa ad un tempo ne riuscisse la lettura, ai ragionamenti morali e teologici di cui è arricchito, volle l'autore far succedere bellissime descrizioni della montagna pistoiese, amene Novelle, e squisite ottave. Aggiungendovi eziandio i leggiadri madrigali, e gli allegri rispetti che, forse da fanciullo, aveva udito cantare da vergini labbra all'aere puro de' suoi colli nativi. Nelle tredici Novelle sparse nell'opera (cioè 12 nel libro III ed una nel libro IV) sono con bel garbo narrati avvenimenti di streghe e strane fattucchiere" (Passano, op. cit.).I racconti degli strani incontri del protagonista con demoni, streghe, santi e donne di ogni tipo e la narrazione dei casi capitati ad Acrisio sotto forma di serpe, come il rapimento da parte di un'aquila, nonché le varie digressioni e novelle, sono svolti con grande garbo e freschezza.Lorenzo Gerbi firmò tutta la sua produzione con due pseudonimi, quello di Lorenzo Selva, usato per le opere profane, e quello di Evangelista Marcellino per gli scritti religiosi. Egli, predicatore francescano e cronista dell'ordine, nacque in Toscana nel 1530 e morì nel 1593 (cfr. V. Capponi, Biografia Pistoiese, Pistoia, 1878, p. 253; inoltre L. Wadding, Scriptores Ordinis Minorum, Roma, 1906, p. 74).Rosato Tintinnassi, nativo di Perugia, si trasferì ad Orvieto nel 1580. Quivi rilevò la bottega di Luciano Pasini e fu attivo fino al 1585, distinguendosi per la grande cura editoriale delle sue edizioni (complessivamente nove, tutte in volgare). Secondo Gianolio Dalmazzo (Il libro e l'arte della stampa, Torino, 1926, p. CCVI) dal 1582 egli lavorò in società con Baldo Salviani. Utilizzò due marche: la prima, quella qui presente, rappresenta del fumo che si leva verso il sole in un paesaggio con alberi entro cornice figurata e con il motto "Et caelum terrena petunt"; la seconda mostra tre piante di cardi che separano quattro piante di granturco e riporta il motto "Nec me spineda retardant".R. Kelso, The doctrine of the English gentleman in the sixteenth century, Urbana, 1929, 805a (altra edizione). BMSTCItalian, p. 620. Edit16, CNC35269. L. Tammaro Conti, Annali tipografici di Orvieto, Perugia, 1977, nr. 8. B. Gamba, Delle novelle italiane in prosa, Firenze, 1835, p. 159, nr. 116. G. Fumagalli, Lexicon typographicum Italiae, Firenze, 1905, p. 270..

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        Kunst- und Welt-Erfahrner General-Ingenieur. Das ist: Follständige Unterweisung, wie ein jede Statt, Schloss und Pass nach der heutigen neuen Art, ..., mit allerhand Gattungen Schantzen zubefestigen und zubeschützen. ...[Zürich], Johann Melchior Hardmeyer, 1677. 4to. With 23 single-page, 1 slightly larger folding and 2 double-page engraved figures. 18th-century(?) blind-tooled half sheepskin(?), with an armorial portrait roll near the spine on each board.

      Jähns, p. 1375; Jordan 1582 (2 copies); VD17, 7:665090V (1 copy). Rare first and only edition of a brief course in the art of fortification, with 26 excellent engraved figures, not naming the author, but attributed to Johann Ardüser (1584/85-1665), mathematician city engineer of Zürich, who also worked as a fortifications engineer in Naples, Venice, Sweden and Württemberg. The plates show many fortification plans, both symmetrical and asymmetrical, but also perspective views, profiles and diagrams. The text is attributed to Ardüser based on an early manuscript note in one copy, but the dedication is signed from Zürich by Caspar Hardmeyer, presumably a member of the Zürich printing and publishing family of that name. Since most of the engraved figures are printed in pairs on double-page copper plates, a pair can be inserted as one double-page or two single-page plates, so that the number of plates reported varies, but a complete set contains figures A-Cc. The double-page plate with figures Bb and Cc is shaved at the fore-edge, very slightly affecting the figures. Textleaves are very slightly browned with an occasional minor spot, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. The binding is rubbed, with the backstrip tattered and partly lost and with a few worm holes, but the sewing structure remains sound. Rare first and only edition of a course in fortification by the Zürich city engineer.

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        Le Vergini Prudenti....

      2 in 1, Jeweils mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel sowie zahlreichen Initialen, gr.8. 22,5 x 16,0 cm. (8), 198 / 17 (1) Seiten, In gutem Zustand. Einband leicht fleckig, gebräunt und berieben Schnitt leicht gebräunt, fliegendes Blatt mit Besitzeintrag Buchblock sauber zweiter Titel nicht wie meist angegeben mit 40, sondern nur 17 Seiten, rückseitig mit Druckgenehmigung der Inquisition vom 13.August 1582, ganz offensichtlich eine andere Variante des Textes. Vollständiger Titel: "Le Vergini Prvdenti di Don Benedetto Dell'vva monaco casinense All'Eccellentissima Signora Felice Orsina Vicereina di Sicilia Con Licenzia De Svuperiori, In Firenze Nella Stamperia di Bartolomeo Sermartelli MDLXXXII". Angebunden: "Il Doroteo Di Don Benedetto Dell'vva. All'Illvstrissimo et Eccellentissimo Signor Don Lvigi Caraffa Principe di Stigliano in Firenze Nella Stamperia di Bartolomeo Sermartelli, MDLXXXII" 17 Seiten.

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        Euangelium Iesu Christi secundum Ioannem Homiliæ CLXXX (D.Ioannes Evangelista). 2 parts in one vol.

      (16(+ 408+ (7)+ 94 sheets sider, Tigvri Excvdebat Christophorvs Froschovervs, 1582, Bound in a very fine contemporaty blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards Folio. Ties missing Some wotmholes i first 100 sheets , later titellabel on spine With smaller woodcut on titelpage and some larger woodcutinitials. Small note on titelpage

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        DE SITU ORBIS LIBRI TRES.

      - An D. Schottvs Antuerpianus recensuit, & Spicilegio illustravit. Additae Hermolai Barbari Veneti, & Fredenandi Nonij Pintiani Castigationes. Antverpiae, Ex officina Christophori Plantini. M. D. LXXXII [1582]. Junto com / Together with: GEOGRAPHICA ET HISTORICA HERODOTI, Quae Latinè Mela excripsit [pacallilous] concinnata, Ab An d. schotto Antverpiano Graecarum literarum in Academia Toletana doctore. Antverpiae, Ex officina Christophori Plantini. M. D. LXXXII. [1582]. 2 volumes encadernados em 1 volume. In 4º (20,5x14,5 cm). Col: 64, [16], 80, [1 map (of 3??) ], 70, [1 bl.], 28 pags. Encadernação recente em pergaminho rígido ao gosto da época com rótulo vermelho na lombada. Ilustrado com um mapa [de 3 ?] desdobrável da autoria de Ortelius: « Orbis terrarum hunc tÿpum, secundum Pomponii Melae | traditionem delineabat Ab[raam] Ortelius 1582» (26x18 cm). Sabin não refere obra e não refere mapa. Obra contém o mais antigo texto geográfico conhecido escrito em latim. Obra clássica muito reeditada: foi impressa pela primeira vez em 1471, com oito edições incunabulares subsequentes, enquanto que até 1530 houve praticamente uma nova edição a cada dois anos. Obra de importância para a compreensão do mundo Renascentista. Embora nesta obra o autor se ter essencialmente preocupado com o mundo tal como era conhecido pelos gregos e romano, também abrangeu partes de África e um conhecimento da Índia. Esta edição não é referida por Sabin. Tem um mapa dobrável que é uma interpretação de Abraão Ortelius do mundo descrito por Pomponio Mela, intercalado em uma página desdobrável hors-text, com o título: «Orbis terrarum hunc tÿpum, secundum Pomponii Melae | traditionem delineabat Ab [raam] Ortelius 1582» (26x18 cm). Possivelmente, faltando dois mapas adicionais neste exemplar. [EN] This is the oldest surviving geographical text written in Latin. It enjoyed readership for centuries in manuscript and was first printed in 1471 with eight subsequent incunabula editions, while in the 16th century to 1530 there was virtually a new edition every other year. It was a book of interest and importance for understanding the Renaissance world. Although Mela's work is solely concerned with the world as known by Greeks and Romans, one should remember that their world did encompass portions of Africa and a knowledge of India. This edition is not refered by Sabin. It is 2 volumes bound in one volume with a folding map [of 3 maps??] which is an interpretation of Abraam Ortelius of the world described by Pomponio Mela. It is interspersed in a folding page hors-text with the title «Orbis terrarum hunc tÿpum, secundum Pomponii Melae | traditionem delineabat Ab[raam] Ortelius 1582» (26x18 cm). Possibly missing 2 maps in this copy. Voet, Plantin Press 2083 BM (STC Dutch, file) 131 BN Paris 140465 BNP Res 4228V Location/localizacao: M-9-A-41 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Medicinae zu Augspurg, mit eines Ersamen Rahts daselbsten wissen und bewilligung auffgericht.

      Augsburg Schönigk 1582 - (19 x 14 cm). 7 nn. Bll. Mit großem Wappen-Titelholzschnitt. - Vorgebunden: Eines Ersamen Raths der Statt Augspurg Apothecker Ordnung. Darinn auch andere, so daselbst mit Ertzneyen umbgehn, ihres Beruffs erinnert, und verwarnet werden. Ernewert im Jar 1594. Ebendort. 1597. 26 nn. Bll. Mit großem Wappen-Titelholzschnitt. Pappband der Zeit. Zu I: Einzige Ausgabe der seltenen ersten Augsburger Medizinalordnung, verfasst von Lucas Stänglin und Adolph Occo III. Ihr Haupttenor ist die Festlegung der Ärzteschaft auf die Hippokratischen Lehren und die Regelung des Gesundheitswesens der Stadt Augsburg in 28 Abschnitten. Im gleichen Jahr genehmigt der Rat der Stadt auch die Gründung des "Collegium medicum". - VD16 A4115. - Zu II: Einzige Ausgabe dieser seltenen Augsburger Ordnung. Sie regelt ebenfalls in 28 Abschnitten das dortige Apothekenwesen. - VD16 ZV876; Scherer 914. - Stempel auf dem ersten Titel. Vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, sonst sauber und gut erhalten [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Rime brevemente sposte per Lodovico Castelvetro

      ad istanza di Pietro de Sedabonis. Cm. 21,5, pp. (16) 447 (1); 378 [recte 396] (2). Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio e numerosi capilettera xilografici. Graziosa legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle con titoli su tass. e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso. Arrossature e sporadiche bruniture dovute alla qualità della carta, antico e abile restauro limitato all'angolo alto delle pp. 347-360 (seconda parte), che non interessa il testo. Buon esemplare. Prima edizione del Canzoniere petrarchesco con l'importante commento di Lodovico Castelvetro (1505-1571), molto apprezzato da Gamba (727) che lo definì "acutissimo"; Haym, Biblioteca italiana: "edizione stimatissima e rara". L'opera fu stampata da Pietro Perna (1519-1582), ritenuto uno dei più importanti tipografi della Basilea rinascimentale e protestante (per notizie sul tipografo si veda L. Perini, La vita e i tempi di Pietro Perna, p. 499, n. 375). Cfr. anche Iccu; Adams, P-834..

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        Oratio de sudore cruento pronunciata a Salmone Alberto noriber gensi medicinae doctore et professore eius publ., conferente doctoris insignia, viro ornatissimo; M. Micaelo Henig Dresdensi. Adjuncta est Quaestio, cur pueris non sit interdicendum lacrimis: et, cur in lacrimis suspiria & gemitus fere conjungantur . . .

      Vitaebergae:: Typis Zachariae Lehmani, 1582., 1582. 16 cm. Small 8vo. 75, [1] pp. Signatures: A-E? (A2 missigned A3; E7. Lacks E8 [blank]). Plain wrappers. Laid into quarter green morocco, cloth sides, folding box [23 cm.]. Occasional early ink marginalia. RARE: no record of copies found on market. First edition, one of two known issues. VERY RARE & EARLY ACCOUNT ON PERSPIRATION, CRYING & BLOOD. A classical account on perspiration, crying, and blood [all fluids]. O'Malley writes for the DSB, "such then curious but rational problems as why boys ought not to be forbidden to cry, why sobbing usually accompanies weeping" - apparently referring to this work. Thorndike, who notes the author's work on the classical writers, Galen and Rasis, notes further that he was not a physician who ascribed to the occult sciences: "he also discussed such questions as why boys should not be forbidden to cry, why sobbing generally goes with tears. . ." [p. 230]. The Bayerische Staatsbibliothek copy has an added 2 leaves, marked as signature "[-]2", which is a preface by Paulo Alberto [Paulus Albertus], not available in this copy, but supplied in facs. The text refers to bloody sweat, noted by Stolberg, "Modern medicine acknowledges such phenomenona as 'hematidrosis' but premodern accounts of bloody sweating may well have to be taken in a much wider sense, including what physicians today would consider as bleeding disorders." - Michael Stolberg, "Sweat. Learned Concepts and Popular Perceptions, 1500-1800," within: Manfred Horstmanshoff, Helen King, & Claus Zittel (editors), Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Changing Concepts of Physiology from Antiquity into Early Modern Europe, Brill, 2012 (p. 509). Alberti, born in 1540, Naumburg, Germany, a year later his father died. He and his mother relocated to Nuremberg (1541). Remarkably, the city paid for Alberti's education, including his doctoral studies at the University of Wittenberg (1574), rising to become Professor of Philosophy and Physics in Wittenberg, then Professor of Medicine, and in 1582 becoming physician to Duke Friedrich Wilhelm of Saxony. He last residence was in Dresden where he passed away. He wrote tracts on the pancreas (1578), on the lacrimal apparatus, De Lacrimis, (1581). In 1585 he published, Historia plerarunque partium humani corporis, membratim scripta, et in usum tyronum retractatius edita, Vitaebergae, excudebant Haeredes Iohannis Cratonis. ". . . some years later the German anatomist Salomon Alberti (1540-1600) published his studies of the lacrimal apparatus in a volume entitled De Lacrimis." "Initially, tears were considered to be more or less similar in composition to other body fluids, in particular sweat and urine." - Ad Vingerhoets, Why Only Humans Weep: Unravelling the Mysteries of Tears, 2013, pp. 51, but does not mention this text. - DSB. REFERENCES: Dictionary of Scientific Biography, I, p. 98 [O'Malley]; Durling 76. See: Hans Theodor Koch: Die Wittenberger Medizinische Fakultat (1502-1652) - Ein biobibliographischer Uberblick, pp. 299-300 in Stefan Oehmig, Medizin und Sozialwesen in Mitteldeutschland zur Reformationszeit, Leipzig, 2007; Evangelische Verlagsanstalt Leipzig; August Hirsch: Biographisches Lexikon, 1884, Bd. 1, p 85; Fritz Roth: Restlose Auswertungen von Leichenpredigten fur genealogische und kulturhistorische Zwecke. Selbstverlag, 1976, Bd. 9, p. 188; Lynn Thorndike, A History of Magic and Experimental Science, The Sixteenth Century, VI (New York, 1941), pp. 229-230. Bibliotheque nationale (France), Catalogue general des livres imprimes de la Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, (1897), p. 518. [FFrye C188]

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        Biblia: Dat is, De Gantsche Heylighe Schrift, grondelick ende trouwelick verduydtschet: Met verklaringhe duysterer Woorden, Redenen ende Spreucken, ende verscheyden Lectien, die in ander loflicke Ouersettinghen geuonden, ende hier aen de kant toeghesettet zijn. Met noch rijcke aenwijsinghen, der ghelijck ofte onghelijckstemmenden plaetsen, op het allerghewiste, met Scheydtteeckenen ende Versen ghetale (daer een yeghelick Capittel na Hebreischer wijse, mede onderdeylt is) verteeckent.

      Delft, Aelbert Hendricksz. 1582. (18) 213, 84, 76, 100 folia. Opnieuw gebonden Leer met ribben, stempels en sloten, Folio (Twee van de vrije schutbladen voorin zijn beschreven met een oud handschrift, voornamelijk met verwijzingen naar de Boek-Zaal van I. le Long. Deux-Aes Bijbel met marginale aantekeningen van de franse reformator Augustin Marlorat, 1506-1562.) Long, Isaac le (1764). Boek-Zaal der Nederduitsche Bybels, p. 724f.

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        Atiquae Urbis perfecta imago accuratissime delineata, iuxsta antiqua vestigia Ambrosius Brambilla pictor in banc formam reduxit, et aeneis tijpis incidit: Anno Domini 1582.

      "Magnifico esemplare della seconda edizione della rarissima pianta archeologica incisa da Ambrogio Brambilla per l'editore Claudio Duchetti. Esemplare di secondo stato, con indirizzo di Giovanni Orlandi e la data 1602. Descrizione tratta da S. Bifolco- F. Ronca, ""Cartografia e Topografia Italiana del XVI secolo. Catalogo ragionato delle opere a stampa"" che sarà pubblicato nel 2018. Titolo & iscrizioni A sinistra al centro Atiquae Urbis perfecta imago accuratissime delineata, iuxsta antiqua vestigia Ambrosius Brambilla pictor in banc formam reduxit, et aeneis tijpis incidit: Anno Domini 1582. A destra in basso in un cartiglio legenda numerica di 100 rimandi a luoghi e monumenti notabili, distribuita su tre colonne, cui segue CLAUDII DUCHETI FORMIS ROMAE MDLXXXII. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro con il nome dei punti cardinali SEPTENTRIO, MERIDIES, ORIENS, OCCIDENS, il nord a sinistra. Carta priva di scala grafica. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 380x484. Pianta archeologica a proiezione verticale con elevazione dei soli monumenti antichi, incisa da Ambrogio Brambilla per l'editore Claudio Duchetti. Si tratta di una fedele replica della pianta del Duperac-Lafreri del 1573. Con la divisione ereditaria della tipografia Lafreri del 1581, la lastra incisa da Duperaca viene in possesso di Stefano Duchetti, come risulta nell'inventario del 1581 (n. 31) dove è descritta come "Roma con li monti dif.o Imperaiale". Da qui probabilmente nasce l'esigenza per Claudio Duchetti di far incidere una nuova lastra che rappresenti la pianta archeologica di Roma. Il Brambilla implementa la legenda, portandola a 100 rimandi numerici, contenuti nel cartiglio da una forma molto similare al modello. La pianta è inserita in alcune copie dello Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae. La lastra fu ereditata da Giacomo Gherardi ed è inserita nel catalogo della vedova di questi, Quintilia Lucidi, del 17-19 ottobre 1598 (n. 350 descritta come "Roma antica reale"). Infine venne acquisita, nel 1602, da Giovanni Orlandi che la ristampò inalterata con la sola aggiunta del proprio imprint. Stati & edizioni: 1°: come descritto, CLAUDII DUCHETI FORMIS ROMAE MDLXXXII. 2°: aggiunto nel cartiglio l'imprint Ioannes Orlandi formis romae 1602. Bibliografia: a) Brandhuber-Juffinger (2011); n. 85; Bonasera (1979): p. 82, n. 1; Christie's (2011): n. 13; Christie's (2012): n. 49; Destombes (1970): n. 98; Benevolo (1969): pp. 99-107, tav. XXIV; Caldana (2013): n. I.14; Frutaz (1962): n. XXV e tav. 57; Hülsen (1915): X, p. 59, n. 53; Marigliani (2016): n. XI.7; Pagani (2012): p. 82; Scaccia Scarafoni (1939): p. 29, n. 23; Tooley (1939): n. 494. Censimento: 1°: Atlante Stevens-Beans-Nebenzahl; Chicago, Newberry Library; Londra, British Library; Los Angeles, Getty Museum; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale; Roma, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana; Roma, Biblioteca di Archeologia e Storia dell'Arte; Roma, Biblioteca Nazionale; Salisburgo, Universitatsbibliothek. 2°: Fano, Federiciana."

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        Histoire de l'expedition Chrestienne au royaume de la Chine, entreprinse par les PP. de la compagnie de Iesus.Lyons, for Horace Cardon, 1616. 8vo. With engraved title-page and full-page engraved portrait of prince Philippe Guillaume of Orange, and large folding plan (42.5 x 15 cm). Contemporary overlapping vellum.

      De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 240; Cordier, Sinica, col. 810; Löwendahl 58; Lust 839; cf. Hanotiau 14 (2nd French edition). The first French edition of "the most influential description of China to appear during the first half of the 17th century" (Hanotiau). Ricci, an Italian Jesuit missionary, arrived in China in 1582. Adopting Chinese dress and learning the language, he succeeded where other missionaries had failed. He served in Nanchang, Nanking, and received permission to establish a missionary post in Beijing in 1610. During these years, he kept a journal which presented the history of Jesuit mission in China from its beginning in 1582 to 1610, the year of his death. This manuscript was translated from the Italian into Latin by Ricci's successor Trigault, who tried to elicit support for the mission in China. Trigault, however, changed many passages of Ricci's journal and augmented it with information based on several Portuguese reports. "The resulting volume contains not only a history of the Jesuit mission but also includes a wealth of information about China in the chapters describing Chinese geography, people, laws, government, religion, learning, commerce and the like" (Hanotiau). Binding rubbed; folding plan with clean tear and slightly wrinkled; some occasional staining. Good copy.

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        Turkish Items [of a funerary nature, coffins].

      1582.(). Original woodcut. 20 x 14.5 cm. (8 x 5.75 in) in the plate. Signed with monogram and dated in the plate. Very good.

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        ORDINARIUM MISSARUM DE TEMPORE DOMINICA I. ADVENTIS. STATIO AD SANCTAM MARIAM MAIOREM. AD MISSAM. INTROITUS

      Venetiis: Apud Iuntas, 1582. Small quarto, modern dark tan morocco (faded, principally at spine) with raised bands and gilt lettering, modern endpapers, "Missale Romanum" with woodcut laid down at first (early) blank leaf, [40] including preliminary Calendar; foliated to 232, printed in red and black throughout, all edges red, musical notation in black on red staves, woodcut illustrations and initials. Some leaves repaired, final leaf with extensive repairs and with some lost type infilled by hand, printer's device at verso; closed marginal tear at +ij (first full-printed leaf), further marginal tears and repairs, worm at fol. 96, and worming through inner margins first half of text block, just touching on text, text loss minimal. Fol. 144 forms woodcut-illustrated title, "Proprium Missarum de Sanctis &c." (see illustration); further similar at fol. 103, "Sacerdos Extendens &c.", and at fol. 193 "Commune Sanctorum &c". Textual alteration by hand at verso fol. 125; some staining, chiefly marginal, and apart from some heavier foxing/staining at fols. 133-5 (text still perfectly accessible), and to a lesser extent, prelims./Calendar, reasonably clean. A few mispaginations, catchwords in order; earlier top margins close-shaved. Minimal marginalia, one isolated instance. Front board starting a little, but overall sound and reasonably well-preserved.. Hard Cover.

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        De' discorsi di guerra del Sign. Bernardino Rocca Piacentino. Libri quattro. Dove s'insegna à capitani, & soldati il modo di condurre esserciti, di far fatti d'arme, espugnare, & difender città, & altre cose: con gran copia d'essempij antichi & moderni appartenenti all'arte militare

      Appresso Damiano Zenaro, 1582. in 4°, (20,5x16,5 cm), rilegatura in piena pergamena, titolo ben manoscritto al dorso, tagli marmorizzati; carte (16), 268; grande marca tipografica silografata al frontespizio, diverse iniziali silografiche

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        The New Testament of Jesus Christ, Translated Faithfully into English, out of the authentical Latin, according to the best corrected copies of the same, diligently conferred with the Greeke and other editions in divers languages ?

      John Fogny, Rheims 1582 - First Catholic Bible (New Testament) in English. Collation: a-c4 d2 A-5D4 5E2; [28], 745, [27] pp. With woodcut initials, head and tail pieces throughout. 1 vols. 4to (8-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches). THE FIRST ROMAN CATHOLIC NEW TESTAMENT IN ENGLISH. Very scarce first edition of the important Rheims New Testament, the first Roman Catholic version in English, translated from the Vulgate.Like the Geneva Bible, the Rheims New Testament was "produced by religious refugees who carried their faith and work abroad. Since the English Protestants used their vernacular translations, not only as the foundation of their own faith but as siege artillery in the assault on Rome, a Catholic translation became more and more necessary in order that the faithful could answer, text for text, against the 'intolerable ignorance and importunity of the heretics of this time.' The chief translator was Gregory Martin(c. 1542-1582)? Technical words were transliterated rather than translated. Thus many new words came to birth? Not only was [Martin] steeped in the Vulgate, he was, every day, involved in the immortal liturgical Latin of his church. The resulting Latinisms added a majesty to his English prose, and many a dignified or felicitous phrase was silently lifted by the editors of the King James's Version, and thus passed into the language" (Great Books and Book Collectors 108). While Martin was responsible for the translation, the controversial textual annotations in defense of Catholic doctrine are attributed to Richard Bristow, one of the supervisors of the project; most copies of this edition were purportedly suppressed and destroyed because of these notes (some of which were removed from later editions). The New Testament was issued separately and first, in the hope that its successful sale would finance prompt production of the Old Testament; the two-volume Old Testament did not, however, appear until 1609-10 due to insufficient funds. ESTC S102491; STC 2884; Darlow & Moule 134; The Bible 100 Landmarks 66; The Bible in the Lilly Library 39, 40; Dore, 291-98; Herbert 177, 300; Pierpont Morgan Library, The Bible 112, 115. Rumball-Petre, 15. Rylands, 95, 96; Herbert 300; Pforzheimer 68 Bound in full late 19th century crushed dark blue morocco, gilt extra, a.e.g.; surface scuffs, ex library, with a stamp on the title and a few in the text, generally a large, clean copy Collation: a-c4 d2 A-5D4 5E2; [28], 745, [27] pp. With woodcut initials, head and tail pieces throughout. 1 vols. 4to (8-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches) First Catholic Bible (New Testament) in English. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The New Testament of Jesus Christ, Translated Faithfully into English, out of the authentical Latin, according to the best corrected copies of the same, diligently conferred with the Greeke and other editions in divers languages ...

      Rheims: John Fogny, 1582. First Catholic Bible (New Testament) in English. Collation: a-c4 d2 A-5D4 5E2; [28], 745, [27] pp. With woodcut initials, head and tail pieces throughout. 1 vols. 4to (8-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches). Bound in full late 19th century crushed dark blue morocco, gilt extra, a.e.g.; surface scuffs, ex library, with a stamp on the title and a few in the text, generally a large, clean copy. First Catholic Bible (New Testament) in English. Collation: a-c4 d2 A-5D4 5E2; [28], 745, [27] pp. With woodcut initials, head and tail pieces throughout. 1 vols. 4to (8-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches). THE FIRST ROMAN CATHOLIC NEW TESTAMENT IN ENGLISH. Very scarce first edition of the important Rheims New Testament, the first Roman Catholic version in English, translated from the Vulgate. Like the Geneva Bible, the Rheims New Testament was "produced by religious refugees who carried their faith and work abroad. Since the English Protestants used their vernacular translations, not only as the foundation of their own faith but as siege artillery in the assault on Rome, a Catholic translation became more and more necessary in order that the faithful could answer, text for text, against the 'intolerable ignorance and importunity of the heretics of this time.' The chief translator was Gregory Martin(c. 1542-1582)... Technical words were transliterated rather than translated. Thus many new words came to birth... Not only was [Martin] steeped in the Vulgate, he was, every day, involved in the immortal liturgical Latin of his church. The resulting Latinisms added a majesty to his English prose, and many a dignified or felicitous phrase was silently lifted by the editors of the King James's Version, and thus passed into the language" (Great Books and Book Collectors 108). While Martin was responsible for the translation, the controversial textual annotations in defense of Catholic doctrine are attributed to Richard Bristow, one of the supervisors of the project; most copies of this edition were purportedly suppressed and destroyed because of these notes (some of which were removed from later editions). The New Testament was issued separately and first, in the hope that its successful sale would finance prompt production of the Old Testament; the two-volume Old Testament did not, however, appear until 1609-10 due to insufficient funds. ESTC S102491; STC 2884; Darlow & Moule 134; The Bible 100 Landmarks 66; The Bible in the Lilly Library 39, 40; Dore, 291-98; Herbert 177, 300; Pierpont Morgan Library, The Bible 112, 115. Rumball-Petre, 15. Rylands, 95, 96; Herbert 300; Pforzheimer 68

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        Le Historie della Città di Fiorenza? et nella fine un discorso sopra lo stato della magnifica Città di Lione.

      - Lione, Ancelin, 1582, in-4, pergamena settecentesca, tassello in pelle, titolo oro, frontespizio con arabeschi incisi in legno. cc. nn. 4-pp. 232-cc. nn. 32. (Modesta macchia di inchiostro su 4 carte). Prima edizione. (Moreni, II, 109). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Two manuscript estate indentures relating to Hawkins's property at Chatham, established as a Royal Dockyard in 1567. Signed by Sir John Hawkins and Dame Margaret Hawkins respectively.

      Chatham, Kent: , 1582 & 1599. 2 sheets vellum, folio (measuring 424 x 569 mm and 335 x 503 mm respectively). Manuscript in an English secretary hand. Both with wax seals on vellum tags, that of 1582 bearing Hawkins's "merchant's mark" and that of 1599 his arms (sable on a point wavy, a lion passant or, in chief three bezants, crest, a demi Moor in his proper colour, bound and captive, with annulets in his arms and ears). Prickings visible along left margin (made as a guide for ruling the sheets). Creased where folded, only light soiling, seal on document of 1599 partially cracked but whole, overall both indentures in excellent condition. A superb example of the signature of one of the great sailors of Elizabethan England, the first document showing him acquiring land at Chatham, established as a Royal Dockyard by Elizabeth I in 1567. Sir John Hawkins (1532-1595), merchant, privateer and naval commander, was cousin to Sir Francis Drake "but [Hawkins] arguably knew more about seamanship and did more for his country than Drake. During several voyages in the 1560s Hawkins demonstrated to his countrymen that good profits could be made trading in the Spanish ports of the West Indies. He also introduced his queen and his fellow merchants to the loathsome business of slave trading, where even greater profits could be made by men whose consciences were not of exceeding tenderness" (Harry Kelsey, Sir John Hawkins: Queen Elizabeth's Slave Trader, Yale 2003, p. xiii). Hawkins played a pivotal role in the slave trade, proving "the possibility of extending the long-established English triangular trade via Guinea to Brazil - in which his father had taken a pioneering role thirty years earlier - to a new, and readily available commodity, namely African slaves, and to a new Caribbean destination, where Spanish colonists welcomed slaves as an important constituent element in their internal economy - a valuable, harder-working, and longer-living antidote to the chronic wastage of the aboriginal population, and furnished more cheaply than their own compatriots managed via Seville" (ODNB). The earlier of the two indentures is dated 22 January 1582, signed "John Hawkyns", and bears his wax seal: with this document William Barnes of Chatham (a "chief master" - or captain - in Elizabeth's navy), conveys to Sir John Hawkins of London, then treasurer of the navy, a house, storehouse, two yards, an adjoining garden near Chatham Street, together with a section of land called "The Quay" and some marshlands both belonging to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, altogether procured for £100. The document further mentions a bond in £160 for quiet possession of the house by Peter Hills of Rotherhithe in Surrey, yeoman, to William Barnes (30 January 1577), and recites the lease made 15 October 1545 for The Quay and marsh by George Bowne, master of St. Batholomew's Hospital in Kent, to Walter Hayte of Rochester, tailor, for 99 years, which was by 1582 vested in William Barnes. The witnesses are listed as Walter Portryff, Thomas Maynerd and Miles Toogye. The attached red wax seal bears a fine impression of Hawkins' "merchant's mark" - the design appearing to incorporate a hawk's talon, presumably a play on his name - and a fine example of his signature. In the most famous portrait of Hawkins, at the National Maritime Museum, Hawkins is pictured holding a seal on a ring but close inspection shows that it is not the same as either of the two seals used on these documents. William Barnes would have been well known to Hawkins as he was one of two "chief masters" - the other being Thomas Gray - of the group appointed by Elizabeth to the special investigation commission that was looking into the state of the navy. ODNB records that "Hawkins bought a house in Deptford, and soon afterwards another in the city, in the parish of St Dunstan-in-the-East, which he retained for the remainder of his life" but would presumably also have had lodgings at Chatham while he oversaw the fitting-out of ships. Interestingly, Saint Bartholomew's Hospital, alluded to in both documents, had, following the Dissolution of the Monasteries, been reduced to a "poor show of a decayed hospital" (William Lambarde, Perambulation of Kent,1576); however, when Chatham became a Royal Dockyard in 1567 the meagre estates which had formerly only supported a decayed hospital became more valuable. In fact property values rose to such an extent that an attempt was made to seize the land for the Crown. Dated 20 May 1599, the second document records Dame Margaret Hawkins (d.1619), leasing The Quay and the marsh to the governors of the hospital of Sir John Hawkins in Chatham. A fine example of her signature at foot. A deed of ratification of leasehold estate and surrender of interest in the head-lease, the text recites the lease for 99 years by George Bowne (which subsequently came to Sir John Hawkins, who built a dwelling house on part of the land) and the grant of a lease by the feoffees of such parts of the premises in which Sir John Hawkins claimed a freehold estate (Henry Palmer, kt, Thomas Hughes, Hugh Vaughan and Richard Reynoll, esqs), to Christopher Chapman, merchant, of the messuage, gardens, wharf, storehouse and half an acre of marsh for 21 years from 25 Mar 1597 at £8 (1 May1597). Dame Margaret now ratifies Christopher Chapman's leasehold interest and, as the executrix of Sir John Hawkins, assigns to the governors such interest as she may have in the quay and marsh under the head-lease of 1545. The witnesses are recorded as Anthony Lewes, Richard Holman and John Cureton. The seal attached to this second document shows the arms of Sir John Hawkins and a fine example of Margaret Hawkins's signature. Chatham is still home to the Sir John Hawkins Hospital - an almshouse for sailors - the brainchild of Hawkins, conceived some time during 1593; "the institution received a royal charter in 1594" (Kelsey). It is possible that some of the land purchased in the present indenture of 1582 was used as the site of the Hospital; while the indenture of 1599 indicates the expansion of the Hospital. Hawkins was also a co-founder of the famous Chatham Chest, "a fund for disabled seamen which was founded in 1590 by Drake, Sir John Hawkins and Lord Howard of Effingham. Seamen paid 6d. a month from their pay into the fund; the chest in which the money was kept is now in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich" (Uden & Cooper, A Dictionary of British Ships and Seamen, 1980, p. 83). Hawkins's position in British history has been summed up succinctly: "This many-talented man was one of the greatest of his age: seaman, navigator, strategist, administrator, businessman, Member of Parliament, innovator and patriot" (ibid).

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        Historia mundi naturalis C Plinii Secundi: Hoc est: Amplissimum, Lucidissimum, Perspica cissimumque, nec non plane mirandum totius universi rerumque naturalium speculum..

      Frankfurt: Sigismundi Feyerabendii, 1582. Later Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Contemporayr calf with stamped design in center, early rebacking, endpapers refreshed, title stained with a few old ownership marks, obscured, hinges rubbed, spine ends worn, but attractive and sound overall. Scattered browning, stains, foxing, generally quite minor. A few old notations in ink, worming in the right margin in spots - a nice copy overall, with in text woodcuts throughout. Index with a separate title page. (xxxii), 528, (52), (184). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046535.

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        IL PETRARCHA CON L'ESPOSITIONE D I M. GIO. ANDREA GESUALDO. NUOVAMENTE RISTAMPATO, E CON SOMMA DILIGENZA CORRETTO, ET ORNATO DI FIGURE

      Venice: Alessandro Griffio, 1582. Sixth edition. Some wear to covers, minor staining to title, all quite sound and internally clean, VG or better. Sixth edition. Quarto. 413. (i.e. 415 leaves). Text in italic letter, set within commentary in small italic and Greek. Illustrated from blocks of head- and tail-pieces, decorative initials, title-page device, portrait of Petrarch and Laura and six large pictorial woodcuts in the "Trionfi". In an early binding of full untitled leather with ornamentation in blind on the covers and with a decorative brass clasp. An early humanist, poet and scholar, Petrarch is generally considered the father of the Renaissance. Adams, V.2, P833; Mortimer. Harvard 377.

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        Opera, Novaeditio Iosephus Scaliger Iulius Caesaris F. recensuit

      Aegidius Radaeus, Antwerp 1582 - Volume in 8,(6) ff 274,240 pp(4) ff 192 pp (3), rilegatura in velluto contemporaneo, capilettera e iniziali ornamentali, edizione scaligera di questi tre poeti romani apparsi per la prima volta nel 1577, contiene una Scaliger Castigationes e commenti di Muretus sui tre poeti. 1 volume in 8°, (6) ff 274,240 pp (4) ff 192 pp (3), modern velvet binding, ornamental initial letters and initials, edition including all three Roman poets appeared for the first time in 1577, contains a Scaliger Castigationes and comments by Muretus's. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zürich. "Zurych. - Tigurum, sive Turegum, Caesari, ut plerique existimant, Tigurinus Pagus, vulgo Zurych, urbs in Helvetijs." Ansicht (ca. 1570) aus der Vogelschau.

      Köln, aus Braun-Hogenberg's Städtebuch "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", (ca. 1582). - Bildgrösse: 36,3x48,5 cm. Blattgrösse: 40,8x53m5 cm. Kupferstich mit zeitgenössischem Kolorit, verso lateinischer Text. Frans Hogenberg (1535 Mecheln - 1590 Köln) Kupferstecher und Radierer von Landkarten und Städteansichten und Georg Braun (1541 Köln - 1622) Geograph und Verleger, gaben zusammen den ersten umfassenden Atlas mit Plänen und Ansichten von Städten aus aller Welt heraus. Die Sammlung 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' erschien 1572-1618 in 6 Bänden mit ca. 500 Kupferstichen. - (Seitenränder sauber mit Papier hinterlegt. Kleiner Einriss (ca. 2 cm) am Plattenrand oben rechts. Ränder ausserhalb der Platte etwas fleckig). - Zurich. Town Plan. View oft he City in ca. 1570. - Braun, Georg (1541-1622) and Hogenberg, Franz. Zurych. Tigurum, sive Turegum, Caesaris, ut pleri que existimant, Tigurinus Pagus, vulgo Zurych, urbs in Helvetijs. Bird's eye view of 16th centuryZurich (ca. 1570). With coatofarms of the city upper left. Copper engraving with contemporary hand-coloring. 363x485 mm (sizeofengraving). - Published in „Civitates Orbis Terrarum". Cologne, Braun/Hogenberg, 1585. The Dutch painter and etcher of maps and townviews Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) and the Cologne born cleric, geographer and publisher Georg Braun (1541-1622) published together the first comprehensive atlas with plans and views of cities from all over the world. Their collection appeared as ‚Civitas Orbis Terrarum' from 1572 to 1618 in six volumes and eventually contained almost 550 prospects.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau von Geldern, Arnheim (Arnhem), Venlo und Roermond ('Arnhemium . - Venlonum . - Gelria . - Ruremunda .').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1582, 36,5 x 48,5 Meurer, Topographia Geldriae, 5. - Zeigt vier Ansichten auf einem Blatt.

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        Penitent Mary Magdalene

      Mary Magdalene, half figure kneeling in front of the Bible; a vase on the left and a skull on the right; on the right background the Magdalene kneeling at the feet of the cross; signed and dated on the bottom left: 'Henricus Goltzius / inuen. & sculp. / Imprime a Haerlem / 1582', (r in Haerlem superimposed). Ab van der Steur suggested: 'inspired by one of Titians Magdalens, probably via an engraving by C. Cort (Hollstein 143) and with Lucas van Leydens influence' Engraving on paper, trimmed within plate mark, oval; total: 173 x 132 mm; state I/2; traces of old mounting on the verso, small damage on the right border, yellowed paper; New Hollstein 49, Bartsch 57

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        Discorso sopra la castrametatione, & bagni antichi de i Greci, & Romani. Con l'aggiunta della figura del Campo Romano. Et vna Informatione delle militia Turchesa, & de gli habiti de soldati Turchi, scritta da M. Francesco Sansouino. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Venedig (Vinegia), Altobello Salicato, 1582. - Fol. 80, 4 Bl., fol. 28. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, 43 Holzschnitt-Tafeln, 14 Holzschnitten im Text, 1 gefalteten Tafel sowie einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. 8° (14,5 x 10 cm). Roter Maroquinband des 19. Jhdts, signiert "Rivière", mit dreifacher Goldfilete auf den Deckeln, reicher floraler Rückenvergoldung, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt und marmor. Vorsätzen. Hübsches Bändchen, "BOUND BY RIVIERE" (am Fuß des Vorderspiegels), über das Bade-, Militär- und Sportwesen der europäischen Antike; dieser venezianischen Ausgabe (zuerst 1555 in Lyon) ist zum ersten Male ein Beitrag Francesco Sansovinos zum türkischen Militärwesen beigegeben, darin auch 14 Abbildungen; die mehrfach gefaltete Tafel mit mehreren kleinen Holzschnitten zeigt schematisch ein römisches Heerlager; die Tafeln sind verkleinerte Übernahmen der Lyoneser Ausgabe. Minimal berieben; papierbedingt gebräunt; erste 8 Bl. mit winzigem Wurmloch im der unteren Ecke; kleines Loch in der Falttafel hinterlegt; auf 2. fliegendem Vordervorsatz eine saubere handschriftl. Titelaufnahme montiert; auf 3. fliegendem Vorsatz hs. Glossen zu Simeon und Sansovino; auf Titelei mit altem hs. Besitzvermerk. Provenienz: verso fliegendem Vorsatz mit dem radierten Exlibris "Bibliotheque de L'Ambassadeur de France et de la Vicomtesse de Fontenay". Zu Sansovino (1521-1586, Sohn des Architekten Jacob Sansovino) vgl. Jöcher IV, 132f; zum Übersetzer ins Italienische, dem Historiker Gabriel Simeon, vgl. Jöcher IV, 594; vgl. auch Brunet II, 858. IT

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        D. Andreae Alciati mediolanensis iureconsulti celeberrimi responsa, libris novem digesta, antea ter incuriose excussa

      BASILEA: Apud Thomam Guarinum, 1582. rilegato. BUONO. 27,5 41. USATO

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        FIRST EDITION OF THE DOUAY RHEMES CATHOLIC VERSIONThe New Testament of Jesus Christ translated faithfully into English out of the authentical Latin according to the best corrected copies of the same diligently conferred with the Greeke and other editions in divers languages With Arguments of bookes and chapters Annotations and other necessarie helpes for the better understanding of the text and specially for the discoverie of the Corruptions of divers late translations and for cleering the Controversies in religion of these daies In the English College of RhemesPrinted at Rhemes by Iohn Fogny  1582

      First Edition. 4to. [Text: 215 x 155 mm]. [28], 745, [27 (Table of Controversies, etc.)] pp. Title within woodcut typographic border. Woodcut initials and ornaments. Title and following leaf somewhat soiled and browned and repaired on the verso along the inner margin, text lightly browned throughout with some minor dampstaining, minor grubby marks and soiling in places, inner margin of the final leaf repaired. Late 17th-century calf, covers with a gilt rule border and gilt panel with a small fleuron at the corners, spine with six panels, the 2nd and 3rd panels with early 19th-century contrasting morocco labels; early 19th-century wove paper endleaves; sprinkled edges. Woodcut title from an early 17th-century Geneva Bible bound-in as a frontispiece.   [WITH:] OLD TESTAMENT. The Holie Bible faithfully translated into English, out of the authentical Latin. Diligently conferred with the Hebrew, Greeke, and other Editions in divers languages. With Arguments of the Bookes, and Chapters: Annotations: Tables: and other helpes, for better understanding of the text: for discoverie of Corruptions in some late translations: and for clearing Controversies in Religion. By the English College of Doway. Doway: by Laurence Kellam, at the signe of the holie Lambe, 1609 - 1610   First Edition. 2 vols. 4to. [Text: 210 x 160 mm]. [20], 1115, [1 (blank)pp; 1124 [i.e. 1128 (pp. 1001-1004 are repeated in the numbering)], [2 (errata / verso blank) of 4 (lacking the final blank)] pp. Titles and last few pages pages a little dusty, occasional small marks, minor worming in the fore-margin of Vol. 2 in places, a few neat paper repairs to the extremities at front and back. Contemporary limp vellum; red edges (recased on new tawed leather slips, head of the spine of Vol. 1 renewed, covers carefully cleaned, new leather ties, new endleaves, old flyleaves preserved).   The 3 volumes preserved together in a green morocco-backed folding box.  

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        Swolla (Zwolle)

      Copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Zwolle, as seen from above. With explanatory captions throughout the city and written in a cartouche on the right of the plate: 'Swolla diu celebris meruit virtitubus Arma: Quae Populum sortem nobilitare solent. Inde salutisera vetere pietate fedique In Tripolim recepi foedere digna fuit.'. The city crest of Zwolle is depicted in the top right corner. ca. 1582. This print is copied after Braun and Hogenberg (1581). Overall size: 29 x 38 cm; plate size: 23,6 x 32 cm. Good state. Some age related discolouration. Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Antwerpen, Plantijn, 1582'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.

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        Discorso della virtù feminile e donnesca [..] alla serenissima sig. duchessa di Mantova &c..

      apresso Bernardo Giunti e fratelli, 1582. In-4° (cm. 20), legatura successiva in cartoncino, cc. [8] in buono stato, con armi gonzaghesche al frontespizio e un capolettera figurato in silografia; gora all'angolo superiore e lievi fioriture. Prima edizione di un famoso trattato sulle qualità della donna, sia come moglie (femminili) sia come single (donnesche). «It also shows how persistent the distinction between royal grandeur and bourgeois modesty had come to be» [Ardmann 30]. Cfr. Camerini II, 465. Buon esemplare.

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        Lupus excoriatus oder Der öffentlichen und heimlichen Calvinisten und aller Sacramentirer Wölffner Schaffspeltz. Erkleret unnd ausgeleget uber die Wort Christi, Matthiam 7. Cap. [.].

      Wittenberg, Simon Gronenberg, 1582. - (40), 323, (1) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit einem ganzseitigen Wappenholzschnitt. Hübscher Pergamentskriptband der Zeit. 4to. Frühe Polemik des sächsischen Geistlichen und Dramatikers Rivander (1553-94), nach Jöcher gerichtet gegen seinen Intimfeind (und nachmaligen Mörder), den Sorauer Superintendenten Peter Streuber. Rivander, ein "strenger Lutheraner", stritt mit "Eifer [. gegen die] Calvinisten und Philippisten für die lutherische Orthodoxie." Auch in seinem Hauptwerk, dem Lesedrama "Lutherus redivivus", verteidigte er den Reformator und die Konkordienformel gegen alle, die er des Kryptokalvinismus verdächtigte. "Rivander hatte ein tragisches Ende. Er starb erst 41 Jahr alt an Gift, das ihm nebst seiner Frau und seinem Sohn auf Anstiften des Superintendenten Peter Streuber in Sorau, mit dem er sich über dogmatische Fragen verfeindet hatte, durch einen als Hauslehrer bei ihm lebenden Studenten [in einem Karpfengericht] beigebracht sein soll" (ADB XXVIII, 706). - Am Titel. hs. Monogramm und Datierung "1588". Einige Wurmspuren im w. Rand. Papierbedingt durchgehend gebräunt. Am vorderen Innendeckel gest. Exlibris des Fürstbischofs von Wien, Siegmund Graf von Kollonitz (auch: Kollonitsch; 1676-1751), der 1722 mit Hilfe Karls VI. die Erhebung Wiens zum Erzbistum erreichte und 1727 Kardinal wurde. VD 16, B 41. BM-STC German 742. ADB XXVIII, 705. Jöcher III, 2121. Nicht bei Adams.

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        Itinerarium Sacrae Scripturae. Dat is: het reysboek der Heyligher Schrift. Including: BÜNTING, Heinrich. Een besonder tractaet ende onderwijsinghe van de munte ende ghewichtre der Heyligher Schrifturen... [ BÜNTING, Heinrich]. Itinerarium Novi Testamenti. Dat is: een reysboeck, over het Nieuwe Testament. Het tweede deel... BÜNTING, Heinrich . Harmonia evangelistarum, dat is: eene seer schoone ende eendrachtige over-een-stemminge der heyliger vier evangelisten...Amsterdam, Hendrik Laurentsz., 1635. 4 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With 5 woodcut and 2 engraved folding maps. Contemporary vellum, modern endpapers.

      STCN (3 copies); WorldCat (1 copy); cf. Laor, Maps of the Holy Land 139-146, 968 (maps in other eds., 1582-1648); F.T. Noonan, The road to Jerusalem: pilgrimage and travel in the age of discovery (2007), pp. 158-160. Rare eighth(?) edition of the Dutch translation of a work on Biblical travels, written by the German Protestant pastor and theologian Heinrich Bünting (1545-1606), first published in German in 1581 and translated by Matthias Hasaert (1578?-1663). The work proved extremely popular and appeared in almost 80 editions up to the 18th century. "However much a work of the study, this book could be easily taken and read as a travel book. Bünting, although he had never actually visited Palestine, produced an original work by recasting Sacred Scripture into a Reissbuch" (Noonan). The work is divided into four parts. The first deals with the travels from the Old Testament, starting with a description and a woodcut plan of Jerusalem. Two other woodcut folding plates show the Temple of Solomon and the route the Jews took from Egypt to the Holy Land. The second part explains the Biblical currencies and units of measurement. The third part resembles the first, but deals with the journeys from the New Testament. The work closes with a short theological treatise on the four Evangelists. With an owner's inscription on flyleaf. Browned throughout, some marginal smudges, some occasional small spots and one plate slightly torn along the fold. Binding somewhat soiled, spine restored. Overall a fair copy.

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        Balet comique de la Royne, faict aux nopces de Monsieur le Duc de Ioyeuse & madamoyselle de Vaudemont sa soeur

      Paris: Adrien Le Roy, Robert Ballard and Mamert Patisson for Jacques Patin, 1582. 4to (231 x 165 mm). Collation: a4 e4, A-T4, including 53 pages of typographical musical notation; 8 full-page etchings of the entertainment and 18 large etchings of pictorial medallions, designed by Jacques Patin, one full-page engraving of the Queen's arms, printers' woodcut device on title, woodcut initials and head-pieces. 18th-century mottled calf, gilt spine; red cloth slipcase. Joints partly split, repairs to spine; the full-page etchings slightly cropped along fore-margin or at bottom, as often. Provenance: Thomas Jolley (1846 owner's inscription on pastedown); Alfred Cortot (1877-1962), Franco-Swiss pianist and conductor (bookplate, small inkstamp on title and several text leaves); Parmenia Ekstrom (1908-1989), ballet historian, author of The Ballerinas: from the Court of Louis XIV to Pavlova, 1972; purchased from Ximenes, 1991. FIRST EDITION. This famous early dramatic fusion of ballet, opera and poetry was commissioned by the Queen Consort of France, Louise de Lorraine (1553-1601), and was performed on 15 October 1581 as part of the festivities celebrating the marriage of her sister, Marguerite de Vaudémont (1564-1625), to Anne, Duc de Joyeuse (1561-1587), King Henri III's favorite. The Italian dancing-master Baltazarini, called Beaujoyeulx, conceived the production, Jacques Patin designed it; La Chesnaye, Salmon and Beaulieu composed the music and poetry. The novelty was manifested in the dancing - the dancers' steps measured and performed in synchronicity with the accompanying music and verse consciously reflecting the rules of Jean-Antoine de Baïf's Académie de Poésie et de Musique. The publisher Patin was also responsible for the lavish illustrations, including a view of the spectators - among them the King and his mother, Catherine de' Medici - and the decorated sets in the hall, without proscenium or separate stage area. The plates further depict the elaborate chariots, most notably the fountain that carried the Queen; sirens, tritons, allegorical figures and other participants in the drama. The gold medallions were presented by the Queen and nymphs of the ballet, all ladies of the court, to the King and noblemen in the audience. Beaujoyeaulx writes of his intentions in the preface: "For, as to the Ballet, even though it may be a modern invention, or at least repeated so far distinct from antiquity that it can be so called, being, in truth only some geometric mixtures of several persons dancing together to a diverse harmony of several instruments, I confess to you that simply represented by [means of visual] impression it would have had much novelty, and little beauty, the recitation of a simple comedy. Also it would have been neither very excellent nor worthy of such a great queen, who wished to do something truly magnificent and triumphant. Because of this I decided it would not be a bad idea to mix one and the other together and to diversify the music with poetry, and most often to merge the two together; for in antiquity they never recited poetry without music, and Orpheus never played without words. I have, however, given first place and honor to the dance, and second place to the substance, which I have called 'comic' more for the beautiful, tranquil and happy conclusion than for the quality of the personages, who are almost all gods and goddesses, or other heroic persons. Thus I have animated and made the Ballet speak, and Comedy sing and resound, and have added many rare and rich scenes and ornaments. I may say that within a single well-proportioned body I have pleased eye, ear, and mind." The mythological subject is Circe's enchantment of Ulysses and his companions and the triumph of the combined gods, representing the French King. It was a coherent choreographic and musical spectacle, staged in the vast Salle Bourbon of the old Louvre palace and lasting from ten in the evening until three the following morning. For analyses of the author's new art form of court ballet, based mainly on this book, see H. Prunières, Le ballet de cour en France avant Benserade et Lully (1914); F.A. Yates, The French Academies of the sixteenth century (1947); M.M. McGowan, L'Art du ballet de cour en France (1963); and Lincoln Kirstein, Four Centuries of Ballet (1984). Destailleur 220; Harvard/Mortimer French 48; Picot, Rothschild II, 1445; Ruggieri 314; Vinet 477. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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        Penitent Mary Magdalene

      - Mary Magdalene, half figure kneeling in front of the Bible; a vase on the left and a skull on the right; on the right background the Magdalene kneeling at the feet of the cross; signed and dated on the bottom left: 'Henricus Goltzius / inuen. & sculp. / Imprime a Haerlem / 1582', (r in Haerlem superimposed). Ab van der Steur suggested: 'inspired by one of Titians Magdalens, probably via an engraving by C. Cort (Hollstein 143) and with Lucas van Leydens influence' Engraving on paper, trimmed within plate mark, oval; total: 173 x 132 mm; state I/2; traces of old mounting on the verso, small damage on the right border, yellowed paper; New Hollstein 49, Bartsch 57

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