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PANVINIO Onofrio Veronensis.

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Description de l'article : Frambotti,, Padova, 1648. gr. vol. in folio, pp. (18), 244, bella leg. p. pelle coeva con tit. oro al d. con nervi. Bel front. inc in rame con tit. racchiuso in magnifica edicola architettonica animata da figure allegoriche e i Santi patroni della città, in calce graziosa vedutina di Verona. Con ritr. dell'A. e 34 tavv. per lo più ripiegate fra cui il territorio del veronese e la grande pianta della città. Cicognara 4059. Picc. abrasioni al d. ma ottimo esempl. a larghi margini. [030]. N° de réf. du vendeur LOC09-489

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PANVINIO ONOFRIO

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Description de l'article : Paolo Frambotti, Padova, 1648. In Folio (mm 375x260); pagg. (18), 244, (12). Assai ricco l'apparato iconografico con 34 tavole incise finemente in rame, di cui 32 fuori testo. Fra le splendide tavole in fresca impressione, il prospetto del Teatro Romano e la magnifica tavola con la pianta della citt?, ripiegate pi? volte, il territorio Veronese, le due tavole ichnografiche, la veduta dell'Anfiteatro, la Naumachia, la stupenda veduta del Colle di San Pietro da ponte Nuovo, tutte su doppio foglio, alcune riprese dal pittore veronese Giovanni Caroto e dall'umanista Torello Sarayna, incise da F. Huret e Giovanni Georgi; riporta inoltre i ritratti di Fracastoro e Montano; le restanti tavole raffigurano prevalentemente reperti archeologici romani. Splendido frontespizio architettonico con figure allegoriche, il leone di San Marco che campeggia al centro sopra il timpano (a significare la dominazione veneziana) e una pianta della citt? nella predellina in basso; ritratto dell'autore sempre entro fregio architettonico. Il raffinato apparato iconografico di quest'opera accompagna la storia della citt? e dei veronesi illustri.Piena pelle coeva con titolo su tassello in oro al dorso con nervi. Magnifici capolettera e testatine istoriate con decori fitomorfi e grottesche, incise in silografia. Folio (mm 375x260); pagg. (18), 244, (12). With 34 plates engraved in copper engraved by incise F. Huret and Giovanni Georgi. Among the plates, the famous prospect of the roman theatre after the original by Caroto, famous veronese painter, the large plan of the town, the map of the territory after Forlani and Ortelius, the view of the castle from ponte nuovo, the plan of the Arena, the naumachia, a ship battle in the Arena (all double) and many others single sheet architectural engravings, with the portraits of Panvinio, Fracastoro e Montano.Original calf binding wit title on label on spine. Some water stains in outer margins at beginning and end, otherwise a fine copy. Binding somewhat soiled and worn with conservative restorations.Prima edizione della pi? bella opera sulle antichit? della citt? di Verona. L'opera rimase inedita fino al 1647, questa tiratura non Ë che una successiva emissione della prima con qualche lieve modifica in corso di stampa; fu ripubblicata altre due volte, nel 1658 e 1668. La presentazione del tipografo Paolo Frambotti esplica le vicende della pubblicazione dell'opera per impulso delle autorit? civiche veronesi come atto di omaggio al loro concittadino per questa sua "posthuma proles", affidata dapprima alla cura di Paolo Malaspina e Marco Antonio Clodio, ai quali si aggiunsero successivamente altri.L'autore (Verona 1530 - Palermo 1568) erudito agostiniano, trasferitosi a Roma giovanissimo, dopo i primi studi ecclesiastici eseguiti nella sua citt?, dedicÚ le sue indagini allo studio delle antichit? romane, acquistando grande fama. Pio IV lo nominÚ revisore alla Biblioteca Vaticana. Tra le sue opere di notevole interesse, oltre alle Antiquitatum veronensium, anche i Commentarii ai Fasti (1558), i Commentarii ai Trionfi, i Comizi imperiali, ecc. Le schede manoscritte da Panvinio, conservate alla Bibl. Vaticana, sono preziose fonti sui monumenti romani, oltre a notevoli testimonianze sul suo metodo critico: egli infatti confrontava le fonti storiche con quelle artistiche. Bell'esemplare con qualche traccia di umidit? ai margini delle prime carte e delle ultime. Legatura con qualche intervento di restauro conservativo.Cicognara 4059: "Opera insigne per la cura con cui sono illustrati i monumenti della citt?". Nr.cat: Reg. 139 -16. N° de réf. du vendeur 11293

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Rome - Panvinio, Onofrio.

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Description de l'article : Venice, Io. Baptista Ciotti., 1600. 38,5 : 25 cm. Engraved title, 6 leaves, 136; 15 pages, 32 double-page engraved plates. Calf in contemporary style. First edition. - Panvinio was an Augustinian monk and an important Reneissance historian of early Rome, who also served as Corrector and Reviser of the books of the Vatican Library in 1556. The present work on the games, triumphs and circuses of Rome, Pompeii and Constantinople is profusely illustrated with engraving depicting gladatorial combat, animal sacrifice, Roman coins, statuary, classical architecture etc. - Engraved title mounted and bound oppoisite the dedication page, page 15 of the appendix mounted on old paper the right part supplemented handwritten, some minor waterstains in the lower edge, not affacting text or illustrations. The intersting engravings in strong impressions. - Adams P-189; Berlin Kat. 1854; Mortimer Harvard Italian 357. N° de réf. du vendeur 15864AB

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PANVINIO, ONOFRIO. (1529-1568.); Lafrery, Antoine: :

Edité par Antonio Lafre, c.1568., Rome (1568)

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Description de l'article : Antonio Lafre, c.1568., Rome, 1568. Edition : First Edition., Later quarter vellum and boards. Spine flat with author and date in manuscript ink., Text in Latin. : The portraits of popes from Urban VI to Pius V, the last signed by Philippe de Soye. A portrait of Gregory XIII, elected in 1572 is found in some copies. The leaves of each gathering are signed in reverse. The erudite Augustinian Onofrio Panvinio or Onuphrius Panvinius (1529-1568) was an Italian historian and antiquary, who was librarian to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. He was recognized as one of the greatest church historians and archaeologists of his time. The scholarly printer Paulus Manutius called him antiquitatis helluo ("a glutton for antiquity"), and Julius Caesar Scaliger styled him pater omnis historiae ("father of all history"). Antonio Lafreri, or Antoine Lafréry, (1512-1577), was a French Italian engraver, cartographer and publisher. Of French origin - born in Franche-Comté- Lafreri settled in Rome around 1540. His most important work is the so-called Atlases of Lafreri, published in Rome in 1570, one of the first, organic collection of printed maps. The renowned Lafrery family members were important 16th century engravers and publishers of maps and prints. Their maps are among the most sought after examples of 16th century map makers of Europe. , Size : Folio. (325 x 228 mm). , Illustrated with engraved title and 27 engraved portraits of popes. , Title and dedication leafs each with large watermark at centre., References : Ruscelli, no. 449; Mortimer, Harvard College Library, Italian 356; Roland, Lafrery, p. 374; , PP. 30 leaves. Scarce large paper copy. Some light rubbing. Minor mostly marginal staining; a few marginal repairs. N° de réf. du vendeur B5883

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PANVINIO, Onofrio; Frontinus, Sextus Julius

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Description de l'article : 1588. ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY. PANVINIO, Onofrio. Reipublicae Romanae commentariorum libri tres [With:] Civitas Romana [part II]; Imperium romanum [part III]; Origo gentis Romanae et Sexti Iulii Frontini De aquaeductibus urbis Romae libri II [part IV]; and Frontinus, De coloniis lib. Legis [with other works, part V]. Five parts in one volume. Part I: [16], 298 (i.e., 288), [70] pp., 1 blank leaf; Part II (Civitas Romana, bound fourth): 379, [21] pp.; Part III: 304, [24] pp.; Part IV: 82, [6] pp.; Part V: 74, [14] pp. Woodcut printer's devices on title-pages: Renouard 365 (parts I and V) and 366 (parts II-IV). Thick 8vo., 182 x 119 mm., bound in contemporary German blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards, arms of Georg Rudolf von Czedlitz (or Zedlitz) stamped at center of covers in gold (faded), with his monogram GRVC and the date 1601 stamped in silver above and below, outer roll-tooled border with figures of Saints Peter and Paul, contemporary ms. title on spine, green edges. Paris: (Jean Charron for) Egidius and Nicolas Gilles, 1588. A pleasing copy of this collection of separate works on Ancient Rome issued by Gilles simultaneously and sold either separately or as a collection, as here. Most of the volume is devoted to works on Roman archaeology by the Augustinian scholar Onofrio Panvinio (1529-1568), one of the most important Renaissance historians of early Rome. In his short life Panvinio managed to write approximately 70 works on Roman and ecclesiastical history. His critical studies of Roman medals, inscriptions, architecture and monuments earned him the praise of the greatest of all Renaissance classicists, Joseph Scaliger, who called Panvinio "the father of all of history." First published in 1558, De republica Romana focused on the streets, buildings, and aqueducts of the Republic, while Parts II and III constituted an invaluable history of the structure and institutions of early and later Roman government, administration, and society. Accompanying Panvinio's studies are several late Roman works, including Sextus Julius Frontinus' important early study of the Roman water-supply system, which surveys the system of aqueducts, the laws regulating their use and maintenance, and other matters relating to architecture. Also included are an ancient treatise on the origins of Rome, of unknown authorship, and other short works and fragments on Roman history. This copy was bound for Georg Rudolf von Zedlitz, city councilor at Glogau, whose panel-stamped arms and motto Ille sapiens qui utilia non qui multa scit ("He is wise who knows useful things rather than many things") decorate the covers. E. P. Goldschmidt described another of Zedlitz's books, decorated with the same panel stamp, in Gothic and Renaissance Bookbindings 263, reproducing the panel on plate CX. Light spotting to first few leaves of parts I and II, stain to edge of upper cover, otherwise an excellent copy in its original German binding. PROVENANCE: Contemporary manuscript notes on final blank leaves of parts I and II (bound fourth), indicating the binder's error in placement; Georg Rudolf von Zedlitz, binding; 17th-century armorial bookplate with initials C.W.G.V.N. Adams P-201. Rossetti 7815. Cicognara 3817-3818 ("elegante edizione"). Olschki, Choix 17725. Schudt, Le Guide di Roma (1930), 707. N° de réf. du vendeur 121908

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Panvinio, Onofrio; Lafrery, Antoine:

Edité par Ant. Lafrerij formeis c. 1568, Rome (1568)

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Description de l'article : Ant. Lafrerij formeis c. 1568, Rome, 1568. Edition : First Edition. , Recent half calf with brownish marbled boards. Spine with four raised bands and gilt title on 2., Text in Latin. A 16th century work detailing the lives Popes. Portraits of Urbanus VI, Innocentius VII, Innocentius VIII, Gregorius XII, Alexander V, Alexander VI, Ioannes XXIII, Martinus V, Eugenius IIII, Felix IIII, Nicolaus V, Calixtus III, Pius II, Pius III, Pius IV, Pius V, Paulus II, Paulus III, Paulus IV, Iulius II, Iulius III, Leo X, Adrianus VI, Clemens VII, Marcellus II. They are engraved by Antoine Lafrery who based his work on portraits done by Raphael, Titian and others. Short accounts of their lives are on the versos. The erudite Augustinian Onofrio Panvinio or Onuphrius Panvinius (1529-1568) was an Italian historian and antiquary, who was librarian to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. He was recognized as one of the greatest church historians and archaeologists of his time. The scholarly printer Paulus Manutius called him antiquitatis helluo ("a glutton for antiquity"), and Julius Caesar Scaliger styled him pater omnis historiae ("father of all history"). Antonio Lafreri, or Antoine Lafréry, (1512-1577), was a French Italian engraver, cartographer and publisher. Of French origin - born in Franche-Comté- Lafreri settled in Rome around 1540. His most important work is the so-called Atlases of Lafreri, published in Rome in 1570, one of the first organic collection of printed maps. The renowned Lafrery family members were important 16th century engravers and publishers of maps and prints. Their maps are among the most sought after examples of 16th century map makers of Europe. , Size : Quarto (284x202mm), With 25 of 27 copper engraved portraits of popes, References : Ruscelli, no. 449; Mortimer, Harvard College Library, 356; Roland, Lafrery, p. 374; , 1-25 unpaginated copper engravings with accompanying text on versos Lacks title, two leaves of text and two engraved portraits of Popes Bonifacius IX and Xystus IV. A very good example of this scarce 16th century Italian illustrated book with text and plates clean and crisp. N° de réf. du vendeur B5638

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Fasti Et Triumphi Roma Romulo Rege Usque: PANVINIO, Onofrio

PANVINIO, Onofrio

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Description de l'article : Venice: Jacobus de Strada, 1557. Etat : Collectible: Good. First Edition. 1557. Written in Italian. Bound in vellum. Folio. pp 228, [197]index. 369 medallion woodcuts (incl. repetitions) in text. large woodcut device on title. several woodcut initials. text partly printed in red. Vellum is stain chipped with a 1" piece missing from the top of the spine. Writing on cover in brown ink. Leather laces have been replaced with more modern leather. End leaves have been replaced. Previous owner's name plate is on the inside board. Notes in brown ink written in margins and text. Foxing mainly on page edges and toward end pages. Water stain near top of pages, more pronounced in index area. 2 laid in pieces of paper, one about Santissimo Crocifisso. N° de réf. du vendeur c15-1-10

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Panvinio, Onofrio.

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Description de l'article : Venedig, (J. Strada), 1(557). (8), 428, (32) SS. Mit großer Druckermarke am Titel und vielen Wappenholzschnitten im Text. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. Chronicon ecclesiasticum. A C. Iulii Caesaris dictatoris imperio, usque ad imp. Caesarem Maximilianum II. Austrium, pium, felicem, perpetuum Augustum. Köln, Maternus Cholinus, 1568. (14), 144 (recte: 146) SS. Mit Holzschnittvignette am Titel. (Beigebunden) III: Ders. Romanorum principum et eorum quorum maxima in Italia imperia fuerunt libri IV. Eiusdem de comitiis imperatoriis liber. Basel, Henricpetri, 1558. (12), 450 (recte: 480), (2) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel (am letzten Bl. verso wdh.). Lederband des 17. Jhs. mit Spuren goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. Folio (214:293 mm). Sammelband mit drei historischen Schriften Panvinios (1530-68), jeweils in erster Ausgabe. "Den Ehrennamen 'Pater omnis historiae' (Scaliger) verdiente [Panvinio] nicht bloß durch die Vielseitigkeit seiner Studien, sondern durch ganz moderne kritische Fragestellung und Auffassung; er ist originell und echter Historiker, sieht die Lücken und Probleme und dient unbestechlich der Wahrheit. Sein Stil ist einfach, aber sorgfältig und angenehm" (LThK VII, 923). - I: Erste Personalgeschichte der Kurie; ein reiches Quellenwerk von großer Bedeutung. Die ersten 4 Bll. im Bug verstärkt und in der unteren Ecke angerändert (geringfügiger Textverlust, auch das Impressum betreffend). - II: Kirchengeschichte, in der Propheten, Kaiser, Könige, Konsuln, Päpste etc. von Anbeginn der Zeiten bis 1566 tabellarisch-chronologisch verzeichnet sind. Titel etwas fleckig und mit alt getilgtem Besitzvermerk. - III: Genealogie der römischen, fränkischen und deutschen Kaiser und Könige bis 1556. Mit dem Anhang über die Kurfürsten und deren Wahl; am Schluß die Goldene Bulle. - Durchgehend leicht gebräunt bzw braunfleckig, teils auch etwas wasserrandig. Einband berieben; Kapitale stärker lädiert. Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Wiener Augustiner-Eremiten Theophilus Paulle (1680-1731), Professor für Kasuistik an der theologischen Fakultät der Universität Wien, mit seinem mehrzeiligen eigenh. Besitzvermerk am Titel von I und III (dat. 1721) sowie seinem typograph. Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel. Nach seinem Tode in die Bibliothek der Wiener Unbeschuhten Augustiner einsigniert (entspr. hs. Signatur am vorderen Innendeckel und Signaturetikett am Rücken. I: BM-STC Italian 488. Adams P 194. Edit 16, CNCE 34274 (nennt am Ende irrtümlich 20 Bl.). Cerroti 1406 (dat. irrtümlich 1551). - II: BM-STC German 673. VD 16, P 250. Nicht bei Adams. - III: BM-STC German 673. Adams P 204. VD 16, ZV 12146. N° de réf. du vendeur 22952

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1573 1st ed Lives of the POPES: Bartolomeo Platina; Onofrio

Bartolomeo Platina; Onofrio Panvinio

Edité par Coloniae : apud M. Cholinum, 1573. (1573)

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Description de l'article : Coloniae : apud M. Cholinum, 1573., 1573. Hardcover. Etat : Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1573 1st ed Lives of the POPES Platina Vatican Catholic Papacy Humanism FOLIO Extremely Rare with Provenance of Famous Brescian Bartolomeo Sacchi (1421 1481), known as Platina after his birthplace and commonly referred to in English as Bartolomeo Platina, was an Italian Renaissance humanist writer and gastronomist. We do not find any other 16th-century examples of this book for sale elsewhere worldwide; Main author: Bartolomeo Platina; Onofrio Panvinio Title: Historia B. Platinae de vitis pontificum romanorum a D. N. Jesu Christo usque ad Paulum II, longe quam antea emendatior, doctissimarumque annotationum Onuphrii Panvinii accessione nunc illustrior reddita. Cui ejusdem Onuphrii. opera reliquorum quoque pontificum vitae usque ad Pium V, nunc recens adjunctae sunt. Accessit eodem etiam auctore Romanorum pontificum Chronicon. alia quoque cum ipsius Platinae tum Onuphrii opuscula huic aeditioni nunc recens addita sunt. Published: Coloniae : apud M. Cholinum, 1573. Language: Latin Notes & contents: 1st edition thus Charming title page vignette Provenance: Giuseppe Zola (1739 1806) was a librarian at Queriniana Library of Brescia FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 429 + 104 + 74(104) pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Coloniae : apud M. Cholinum, 1573. Size: ~12.5in X 8.75in (32cm x 22cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our first priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $1500 Photos available upon request. N° de réf. du vendeur ABE-2684378783035827581

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Description de l'article : Venise, [Bâle, Thomas Guérin pour] Giacommo Strada, 1557., 1557. 1 vol. in-folio, veau roux, dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés et à froid et de petits fleurons dorés, encadrement d'un filet doré sur les plats, médaillon azuré doré au centre, initiales P.P. dorées dans l'évidement central, tranches dorées. Reliure de l'époque, dos refait, qq. épidermures et taches sur les plats, filet doré estompé. Bon exemplaire. Ex-libris ms. (XVIIe s.) du couvent de St Augustin de Toulouse. Titre orné d'une grande marque typographique, plusieurs centaines de blasons gravés sur bois dans le texte, (4) ff., 428 pp., (16) ff. Signatures : *4 [A-Z]6 [Aa-Mm]6 Nn8 [Oo-Pp]6. Petite galerie de vers dans la marge intérieure des pp. 363 à 398. Intérieur frais. Edition originale peu commune de cette histoire abrégée des papes et cardinaux depuis saint Pierre jusqu'à Paul IV (+ 1559) acvec des renseignements et anecdotes sur les conclaves. Ouvrage illustré d'un très copieux armorial des papes et cardinaux, comprenant plusieurs centaines de blasons gravés sur bois, certains laissés en blanc. Ce travail remarquable est l'oeuvre de l'un des plus savants antiquaires de l'époque, Onofrio Panvinio (1530-1568) que Paul Manuce avait surnommé "Antiquitatis helluo". l'impression, très soignée, est due à l'imprimeur d'origine lyonnaise Thomas Guérin, actif à Bâle entre 1557 et 1592 et financée par le richissime antiquaire et marchand mantouan Jacopo Strada (1515-1588). Adams, P-194; Graesse V, 123. N° de réf. du vendeur 19429

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Onuphrii Panvinii Veronensis De Ludis Circensibus, Libri: Panvinio, Onofrio

Panvinio, Onofrio

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Description de l'article : Padua Frambotti Paulus 1642, 1642. Panvinio, Onofrio (Onuphrius Panvinius; 1529-1568). "Onuphrii Panvinii Veronensis De Ludis Circensibus, Libri II. De Triumphis , Liber Unus. Quibus universa fere Romanorum Veterum sacra ritusq. declarantur, ac figuris Aeneis illustrantur cum notis Ioannis Argoli I.V.D. et Additamento Nicolai Pinelli I.C. Ad illustrissimum D.D. Iacobum Lindenov". Padua: P. Frambotti, 1642. Fol. (20), 148, (18), 129, (3) pp. with engraved title and 2 engraved portraits, 33 etched plates. Orig. leather binding from the time with gilt title on the spine. A book about Roman sports games. - Panvinio (Panvinius) was an Italian historian. - Leather on the top of the spine approx. 2 cm torn off, otherwise complete with all engravings, clean and very well preserved. N° de réf. du vendeur 22220

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Fasti et triumphi Rom a Romulo rege: Panvinio Onofrio

Panvinio Onofrio

Edité par J. Strada, Venice (1557)

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Description de l'article : J. Strada, Venice, 1557. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Etat : Very Good Condition. First Edition. 19th century leather backed boards, front hinge cracked, corners worn, remains of library spine label, binding sound overall. Private library plate on pastedown, minor scattered foxing, index leaf foxed and with a stain in the bottom margin; overall quite clean internally. Printed in red and black with engraved emblems throughout. (12), 228pp, index, blanks intact. Adams P 195. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046552. N° de réf. du vendeur 046552

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Onofrio PANVINIO

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Description de l'article : Venezia, 1565. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 330x442, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Esemplare nel terzo stato di tre, stampato in "Venetijs Anno Salutis MDLXXX GRE XIII Pontifice maximo cum privilegeis Pontificis", e con, aggiunto in basso a destra: C, pag. 7. Tratto dal "De ludis Circensibus", pubblicato da Giovan Battista Ciotti nel 1600. Sul lato destro, sotto la ricostruzione del Circo Massimo, è inciso il titolo: ANTEIQUAE URBIS IMAGO accuratissime, ex vetusteis moumenteis, et heis quae supersunt reliquieis, et parichrieis delineata ONUPHRII PANVINII VERONENSIS FRATRIS Eremitae Augustiniani autoris impensa, et aeneis fortheis Romae Anno Salutis MDLXV PIO IV Pontifice maximo cum privilegeis Pontificis, Imperatoris Regum, Reipoblicae Venetae, et Ducum. Nel riquadro in basso a destra si trova una legenda numerica di 90 rimandi a luoghi e monumenti notabili (ma il n. 90 non riporta indicazioni), distribuita su tre colonne. Nella tavola presenti alcune indicazioni toponomastiche. Orientazione nei quattro angoli con il nome dei punti cardinali: SEPTENTRIO, MERIDIES, ORIENS, OCCIDENS, il nord-est è in basso. Pianta archeologica a proiezione verticale con elevazione dei soli monumenti antichi. Si tratta di una delle più importanti piante archeologiche della città, assieme a quella pubblicata nel libro di Bartolomeo Marliano Urbis Romae Topographia B. Marliani (1544) e alla piccola pianta archeologica del Ligorio (1553). Hülsen sostiene che l orografia derivi dalla pianta moderna del Paciotto (1557) malgrado il Panvinio abbia rovesciato l orientazione, portando il nord a destra. Sembra corretto sottolineare che l opera abbia una derivazione comune dal Marliano e anche dal Bufalini (1551). La prima edizione, dedicata a papa Pio IV, fu stampata a Roma nel 1565 probabilmente dallo stesso Panvinio. Frutaz ricorda che il Panvinio si avvaleva della collaborazione del pittore parmigiano Mercurio Baiardi e ipotizza che questi possa essere l autore della pianta. L opera è molto rara ed è inserita nell esemplare di Monaco di Baviera dello Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae di Antonio Lafreri, come pure nel secondo volume della raccolta cartografica fattizia cinquecentesca della Biblioteca Nazionale di Firenze. La lastra fu ristampata, a Venezia, con la data aggiornata al 1580 e dedicata a papa Gregorio XIII. Una terza stesura della lastra, con il numero di pagina aggiunto, è inserita nel libro postumo del Panvinio, il De ludis Circensibus stampato a Venezia nel 1600 da G. Battista Ciotti e successivamente a Padova nel 1642 da Paolo Frambotti. Bibliografia Borroni Salvadori (1980): n. 212; Caldana (2013): n. I.13; Frutaz (1962): n. XX e tav. 35; Hülsen (1915): IX, p. 57, nn. 47-48; Scaccia Scarafoni (1939): nn. 14-15. Etching with engraving, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, perfect condition. Example of the third state of three, with the imprint "Venetijs Anno Salutis MDLXXX GRE XIII Pontifice maximo cum privilegeis Pontificis", and with the inscription "C, pag. 7" at the bottom right corner. Published in the "De ludis Circensibus", Giovan Battista Ciotti, Venice 1600. Archaeological map with vertical projection with elevation of ancient monuments only. It is one of the most important archaeological map of the city, together with the one published in the book by Bartolomeo Marliano "Urbis Romae Topographia B. Marliani" (1544) and the small archaeological map of Ligorio (1553). Hülsen argues that the orography derives from the modern map of Bartolomeo Paciotto (1557) despite the fact that the Panvinio reversed the orientation, bringing the north to the right. It seems correct to emphasize that the work has a common derivation from the Marliano and also from the Bufalini (1551). The first edition, dedicated to Pope Pius IV, was printed in Rome in 1565, probably by Panvinio himself. Frutaz recalls that Panvinio used the collaboration of the Parmesan painter Mercurio Baiardi and hypothesized that he could be the author of the map. The work is very rare and is included in the Munich copy of the "Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae" by Antonio Lafreri, as well as in the second volume of the sixteenth-century cartographic collection of the Biblioteca Nazionale, in Florence. The plate was reprinted in Venice, with the date updated to 1580 and dedicated to Pope Gregory XIII. A third issue of the plate, with the added page number, is included in the posthumous book by Panvinio, the "De ludis Circensibus" printed in Venice in 1600 by G. Battista Ciotti and subsequently in Padua in 1642 by Paolo Frambotti. Borroni Salvadori (1980): n. 212; Caldana (2013): n. I.13; Frutaz (1962): n. XX e tav. 35; Hülsen (1915): IX, p. 57, nn. 47-48; Scaccia Scarafoni (1939): nn. 14-15. Bifolco-Ronca, Cartografia e Topografia Italiana del XVI secolo, Catalogo ragionato delle opera a stampa (2018), pp. 2350-2351, tav. 1209, terzo stato di tre. 442 330mm. N° de réf. du vendeur S38215

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Description de l'article : Venedig, Jacob Strada, 1557., 1557. Etat : 0. Erster Druck der ersten Ausgabe dieser wohl ersten Personalgeschichte der Kurie, ein reiches Quellenwerk von großer Bedeutung. - Den Ehrennamen Pater omnis historiae (Scaliger) verdiente er nicht bloß durch die Vielseitigkeit seiner Studien, sondern durch ganz modern kritische Fragestellung und Auffassung; er ist originell und echter Historiker, sieht die Lücken und Probleme und dient unbestechlich der Wahrheit. Sein Stil ist einfach, aber sorfältig und angenehm" (LThK VII, 923f.). - Vorderdeckel m. wenigen Kratzspuren. Titel m. ergänztem Eckabriß (ohne Textverlust). Vereinzelt min. fleckig, gebräunt bzw. wasserrandig (nur die letzten Bll. im seitlichen weißen Rand etwas stärker). Wenige Bll. m. kl. Wurmspuren im weißen Rand, sonst insgesamt schönes u. sauberes Exemplar mit den drei Bll. Privilegien nach dem Inhaltsverzeichnis (das letzte Privileg Privilegij Senatus Veneti" am Ende mit Initialstempel A. R."). - Adams P 194; BM STC, Italian Books 488; Graesse V, 123; Wetzer/W. IX, 1367; nicht im Kat. BSB 1501-1840, bei v. Berchem, Brunet u. Ebert; zum Verfasser vgl. Jöcher III, 1229f. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. Mit großer Holzschn.-Verlegermarke a. d. Titel, zahlr. figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen u. zahlr. Wappenholzschnitten im Text. 4 Bll., 428 S., 19 Bll., Mod. Pgmt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild u. Bindebändern. N° de réf. du vendeur 26935

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Description de l'article : ex Officina Erasmiana Vincentij Valgrisij, Venetiis, 1558. 1 [3 parti] storia romana - archeologia - Verona 30.5x21 cm, [24], 480 ; [8], 72 ; 82 pp., 2 incisioni nel testo, capilettera parlanti incisi, marca tipografica di Valgrisi, all'inizio e alla fine di ogni parte, legatura coeva in pergamena floscia, residui di antichi lacci ai piatti, titolo manoscritto al dorso, salvo qualche alone, l'opera è in ottimo stato di conservazione ad ampi margini, in latino L'autore, Onofrio Panvinio, fu erudito agostiniano nato a Verona nel 1530 e morto a Palermo nel 1568. In questo esemplare sono raccolte più opere, tutte edite nel 1558 presso Valgrisi. N° de réf. du vendeur 3525

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Rossi, Filippo Onofrio Panvinio; Famiano Nardini; Alessandro Donati; Bartolomeo Marliani

Edité par Roma : Nella libraria, de' fratelli de' Rossi, all'insegna della Salamandra. (1727)

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Description de l'article : Roma : Nella libraria, de' fratelli de' Rossi, all'insegna della Salamandra., 1727. Etat : Good. 2 vols. 12mo. Original vellum; short tear on one spine.10 x 16.5 cm. 614, 780 pp. 21 folded engraved plates as well as engravings in the text.Light water stain to first few pages of Roma Antica affecting the left half side and affecting a small part of the upper left corner in the balance of the book; one folding plate torn without loss; no water stains in Roma Moderna; light foxing and aging throughout. OCLC Numbers: 23645546 and 956151756. Revised and enlarged from the author's two works: Ritratto di Roma antica; Ritratto di Roma moderna. "Presentiamo di nuouo . li due tomi della Descrizione di Roma antica, e moderna."--All'erdvito lettore li Fratelli de Rossi, v. 1, 5th prelim. leaf. Volumes called "Tomo I[-II]" at foot of first page of each signature.Bookplate of Lothar Schlesinger. N° de réf. du vendeur 51-3142

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Description de l'article : 1 volume grand in-12° relié plein vélin d'époque, 11 f. nchf. dont titre, 95 - 1 f. nchf. 33 p.+ 1 f. nchf. infimes trous de vers en marge supérieure de quelques pages, taches d'encre sans occultation du texte sur les 4 premières feuilles, tampon de bibliothèque. Rare et bel ouvrage traitant dans sa première partie des Triumphalia romains, trophées arcs, pompe liée au triomphe de l'imperator suivi du même sujet traité plus précocement par Panofrio Panvinio. N° de réf. du vendeur 17687

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Fasti et triumphi Rom. a Romulo rege: PANVINIO Onofrio.

Description de l'article : Venetiis, impensis Iacobi Stradæ Mantuani, 1557, in-folio leg. novecentesca in piena pelle decorata in oro, imitante una legatura cinquecentesca: piatti inquadrati da due cornici a filetto con angolari fitomorfi fra le due cornici, dorso a 5 nervi con titolo, piccole corolle in oro e filetti incrociati impressi a secco negli scomparti, tagli rossi, pp. [12], 228 [ma: 240], [202]. Con marca edit. in xilografia sul front. e numerose monete romane recanti ritratti impresse in xilografia, intercalate n.t. Alcune carte impresse in rosso e nero. Mancanza al margine esterno della carta 2N1, con perdita di qualche lettera, pochissimi segni di tarlo alla copertina anteriore, per il resto condizioni più che buone. N° de réf. du vendeur LD/150531

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Panvinio Onofrio

Edité par Ex Officina Erasmiana, apud Vincentium Valgrisium, Venetiis (1558)

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Description de l'article : Ex Officina Erasmiana, apud Vincentium Valgrisium, Venetiis, 1558. 3 opere con autonomo frontespizio e paginazione in un vol. in-folio (310x200mm), pp. (8), 72; 82, (2); (20), 480, (8); cartonatura antica di colore rosso con titolo e filetti in nero al dorso. Imprese tipografiche valgrisiane ai frontespizi (due mani fuoriuscenti da nubi che sorreggono un bastone a forma di tau attorno al quale è avvinghiato un serpente). Capilettera abitati incisi xilograficamente. Alcune incisioni xilografiche n.t. Un antico timbro di estinta biblioteca al v. del titolo della prima opera. Magnifico esemplare. Raccolta di tre opere di storia romana del frate eremitano Onofrio Panvini (o Panvinio, Verona, 1529-Palermo, 1568), noto erudito e storico. L'opera che qui è inserita per prima (Commentariorum in Fastos Consulares Appendix) dovrebbe editorialmente trovarsi in fine ed è stata anteposta dall'antico legatore. Adams, P-190 e P-196. STC Italian Books, p. 488. N° de réf. du vendeur 29277

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Description de l'article : Antwerpiæ primum nunc autem Romæ : Apud J.J. de Rubeis N.d. c., 1618. 11 numbered engravings (each measuring 36.5cm x 16.7cm, thus 401.5 cm long, just over 13 feet) showing a celebration and procession of Roman military triumph including senators, trumpeters, wagons filled with loot, triumphal arches, elephants and cattle, prisoners, designed to be viewed as one continuous scroll. With the decorative title detached, frayed and with loss. The engravings mounted on linen, cracked with minor loss but in overall good order. Bibliothèque nationale de France lists this edition as being published circa 1600.Library of Congress has the 1618 edition, which it says was engraved by Gerard de Jode (whose most outstanding work is a two volume atlas Speculum Orbis Terrarum), after drawings of M. van Heemskerk (particularly reknowned for his depictions of the Wonders of the World).First published by Tramezzino in Venice in 1571 as De Triumpho Commentarius the illustrations were depicted on 4 folding plates and accompanied by text. According to William Stenhouse in his academic study Panvinio and Descriptio: Renditions of History and Antiquity in the late Renaisance Cornelius de Jode, in 1596 published the engravings, based on Panvinio s, that his father Gerard had made, together with Panvinio s text, introducing them as follows: I thought that by adding the commentary of the author [to my father s plates], I would thus give full satisfaction to scholars, and that the work would be complete but de Jode s belief does not seem to have been shared with his readers; text and images are often preserved separately now, and, more tellingly, his engravings were published on their own in Rome in 1618 [as above] . Running letterpress: Trivmphi Maioris, in Vrbe Romana Ob Victoriam Celebrati Typvs; Ne quis Picturae Huius Veritatem Requirat exis timet ue sic tam esse; Uel Ingenio Alicuius Excogitatam Operae Precium duxi hic . ; Nomina Ex Quibus Desumpta Est Dionisivs Libro Quinto; In Triumpho Poplicolae Iosephvs Libro Septimo Cap. 23; De Bello Iudaico Valerivs Maximus Libro 2 Cap. 3 (2 sheets); In Vita Pavli Aemelij Appianvs Alexandrinus in Lijbico; Servius Super Vergilivm, et Postremo, Marcvs Tul. Cicero; De Triumphali Pompa in Lvcivm Pisonem; Trivmphi Maioris vsvs Permansisse Constat Ad Ivstiniani Tempora. US$784. N° de réf. du vendeur 246039

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Description de l'article : Venetiis, impensis Iacobi Stradae Mantuani, 1557 in-f°, rel. pl.-veau anc. moucheté (début XXe s.), dos orné, tr. rouge, 428 pp. Bel ex. dans une reliure postérieure aux armes de L. Bouland, érudit et héraldiste. Les pp. de garde sont ornées de ses initiales. L'auteur de l'ouvrage est un historien italien, né à Vérone en 1529, mort à Palerme en 1568. Entré jeune dans l'ordre des Ermites de Saint Augustin, il consacra ensuite sa vie aux recherches historiques, enfin trouva un patron généreux dans le cardinal Alexandre Farnèse. Il écrivit et publia de très nombreux ouvrages, mss et impr., en s'appuyant en particulier, sur les médailles, les monuments et les inscriptions. Cet ouvrage la liste des papes et de cardinaux. Illustré de nombreux blasons gravés sur bois. Fers de L. Bouland sur les plats, pp. de garde à son chiffre avec fleurs de lys et caducés. N° de réf. du vendeur 17658

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Description de l'article : (Heidelberg), Officina Sanctandreana (d.i. H. Commelinus), 1588., 1588. Folio. I: 8 Bll., 106 S.; 1 w. Bl., 368 S.; 74 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, 2 wiederholten Textholzschnitten, einigen Holzschnittvignetten und -initailen. II: 68 S., 2 Bll. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, -Schlußvignette und einigen -Initialen. Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückenschild. Erste Ausgabe in einem deutschen Verlag. - Exlibris auf Innendeckel, hs. Widmung auf auf Vorsatz. Schnitt wenig fleckig. Sonst gutes und sauberes Exemplar. N° de réf. du vendeur 47459AB

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De Oraculis Gentilium et in Specie de: Daniel Clasen; Sébastien

Daniel Clasen; Sébastien Castellion; Onofrio Panvinio

Edité par Henningum Mullerum, Helmstedt (1673)

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Description de l'article : Henningum Mullerum, Helmstedt, 1673. Hardcover (Vellum). Etat : Very Good Condition. First Edition. Full contemporary vellum, a bit soiled but sound and attractive. Light browning internally, but a clean, crisp copy; lacking the front blanks. 2 volumes in 1. (16), 824, 104, 43pp.First edition of Clasen's work on the Sibylline oracles which also adds Sébastien Castellion and Onofrio Panvino's important 16th century works on the same topic. Size: Quarto (4to). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 045461. N° de réf. du vendeur 045461

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Description de l'article : Egidium & Nicolaum Gillios, Paris, 1588. Vellum. Etat : Very Good. First edition. 8vo. (16),298[i.e. 288],(72)pp. BOUND WITH: Frontinus, Sextus Julius, et al. DE COLONIIS. LIB LEGIS [with other texts]. Paris: Gillios. 1588. 74,(14)pp. BOUND WITH: ORIGO GENTIS ROMANAE INCERTO AUCTORE ET SEXTI JULII FRONTINI. DE AQUAEDUCTIBUS URBIS ROMAE LIBRI II. Paris: Gillios. 1588. 82,(6)pp. The three works bound together. Each title page with the woodcut device of Gellios. Cont. vellum, somewhat soiled. Cont. ownership inscription at top of first work ("Abraami Gastonis"). These 3 titles are from a collection of 5 parts published in 1588 by Gillios (or Gilles) on the history of Rome and Roman antiquities. They were published simultaneously and either sold separately or all 5 together (and bound in 1 or 2 volumes as the total for the 5 parts is over 1200 pages). These 3 volumes are, in order, Part I, Part V, and Part IV. The two parts not present are both on Roman politics and government. See Adams P201 delineating the 5 parts and also noting a copy bound with Parts III and V only. Cicognara 3817-3818. N° de réf. du vendeur 7867

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DE PRIMATU PETRI ET APOSTOLICAE SEDIS POTESTATE.: PANVINIUS ONOPHRIUS (PANVINIO

PANVINIUS ONOPHRIUS (PANVINIO ONOFRIO)

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Description de l'article : HIERONYMUM DISCIPULUM, VeronaE, 1589. Rilegato. Etat : ottimo. prima edizione. PANVINIUS ONOPHRIUS. DE PRIMATU PETRI ET APOSTOLICAE SEDIS POTESTATE. LIBRI TRES CONTRA CENTURIARUM AUCTORES. Veronae, Hieronymum Discipulum 1589.[Prima edizione-Verona] ( 20,2 ) bella piena pelle maculata sec. XVII., titolo su tassello rosso, specchi, nervi e labbro riccaenti impressi in oro ai piccoli ferri. --- cc. 22 nn., pp. 330 + 1 c. con l'errata. Fregi e capilettera figg. in xilografia. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE di una delle più rare opere dell' autore che pubblicò varie cose di medicina, ginnastica, archeologia, matematica, ecc. Intorno al tipografo Discepoli Girolamo, il più importante di Verona vedi ASCARELLI-MENATO 462 e per la marca, vaccaro fig. 539. L' insegna tipografica è molto rara e sconosciuta alla ZAPPELLA. Una seconda edizione apparve nel 1591. Esemplare molto bello in tutto. Nitido e ben completo nonostante le irregolarità di registro in fine. L' errata, aggiunta in un secondo tempo, è presente solo in pochi esemplari. --- ADAMS P 192; --- BM. STC 488; --- GRAESSE V 123; --- DURA 12057: " RARO". Il CENSUS, ICCU registra solo 10 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane.[f11]. . N° de réf. du vendeur 000113

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Panvinio, Onofrio.

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Description de l'article : Rom A Bernabo, 1656. Kl.8°. 189, (3) S. Mit 1 Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. Pergamenteinband d. Zt. Der Theologe, Kirchenhistoriker und Antiquar Panvinio (lat. Onuphrius Panvinius) (Verona 1529 - 1568 Palermo/Sizilien) trat schon mit elf Jahren dem Augustinerorden bei und wurde 1554 Professor der Theologie zu Florenz in seinem Kloster. Dieses verließ er jedoch kurze Zeit später und lebte als "Eremit". "Panvinius . war in der Historie und Antiquitäten so erfahren, daß ihn Paulus Manutius einen "Helluonem antiquar Historiarum" nannte, und er den Namen des Vaters der Historie verdiente". Das vorliegende Buch wird von Jöcher zu den wichtigen gezählt. (Jöcher III/1229-30). - Mit 1 Wappenexlibris. Gelenke gelockert und mit Wurmgängen. Stellenweise wasserrandig oder wasserfleckig. Gewicht (Gramm): 200. N° de réf. du vendeur 176516-1

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Onuphrii Panvinii Veronensis De ludis circensibus, libri: Panvinio Onofrio

Panvinio Onofrio

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Description de l'article : Parisiis, apud Claudium Morellum, via Iacobæa ad insigne Fontis, 1601. 8°, pp. (16); 357; 33, una tavola epigrafica ripiegata, rilegatura coeva in piena pergamena morbida, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli spruzzati, alcune iniziali decorate. Opera piuttosto rara in seconda edizione, in cui vengono raccontati i ciochi circensi degli antichi romani come vengono descritti dagli scrittori latini. N° de réf. du vendeur 0000000011877

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Battista Platina Cremonese Della Vite De Pontefici: P. F. Onofrio

P. F. Onofrio Panvinio Veronese, Antonio Cicarelli da Foligno, D .Gio Stringa Venetiano

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Description de l'article : In Venetia, 1643. Hardcover. Etat : Good. Rebound ex library book with usual stamps and stickers. One of the earliest, if not first, edition of this work, in excellent condition, especially for age. Binding in in good condition, half leather with marble boards, pasted on leather cutting to spine with gilt title, potentially from earlier binding. Structure sound, tan to text block edges consistent with age. Content remains clear throughout, some in text illustrations, minimal tanning, only some slight reading marks to page edges. Two plates featuring coats of arms have been bound in to rear, for relevant Popes and more recent than in book. Book has been very well kept, and is in excellent condition. Please feel free to contact us for further images/information Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. N° de réf. du vendeur mon0009431885

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Onuphrii Panvinii. Veronensis fratris eremitae Augustiniani imperium: PANVINIO, ONOFRIO; FRONTINUS,

PANVINIO, ONOFRIO; FRONTINUS, SEXTUS JULIUS

Edité par Paris : Apud Egidium & Nicolaum Gillios Typis mandabat Ioannes Charron (1588)

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Description de l'article : Paris : Apud Egidium & Nicolaum Gillios Typis mandabat Ioannes Charron, 1588. Woodcut title devices. Two parts in 1 volume (2nd part, with separate title and pagination, , being "Sex Iulii. Frontini de. Colonis. Lib Legis."). 8vo (7 1/2 X 5 Inches), pages: 305:(23, index): 74:(13,index):(1,errata). Contemporary full vellum; binding dust marked and darkened, corners bumped, but sound. Titled in ink in an early hand to spine. Some foxing and browning within, endpapers dust marked but overall good. Being parts 3 and 5 of the five parts issued by Gilles simultaneously and sold either separately or as a collection. What appears to be a brown stain on the left hand margin of the title in the photograph is actually just a shadow. N° de réf. du vendeur 16326

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Description de l'article : Typis Angelo Bernabo, Romae, 1656. Copertina rigida. Etat : discrete. Testo latino. Cm.17x11. Pg.189, (3). Legatura lievemente allentata in piena pergamena semirigida. Marca calcografica con agnello e vessillo al frontespizio. Esemplare privo del foglio di guardia anteriore. Capilettera e cartigli ornamentali. Leggero alone all'angolo superiore esterno del volume. Studio teologico dell'erudito agostiniano Onofrio Panvinio (Verona, 1529-1568), attivo a Firenze e a Napoli. 150 gr. N° de réf. du vendeur 151664

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