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Beschreibung: (Venezia, Andreas de Paltasichis, 1477), 1477. Zustand: molto buono. in-folio (305x210 mm.), ff.198 n.n. (il f.17 bianco), segnatura A-B8, a-x8, y-z6, impressi in elegante carattere tondo romano con importanti passaggi in un elegante carattere greco. I 16 ff. d'indici sono posti all'inizio del volume. Legatura coeva in cuoio con triplice bordura a secco sui piatti in assicelle (con restauri secenteschi al dorso e a un angolo, tracce di fermagli originali in bronzo), all'interno dei piatti due fogli mss. di codice pergamenaceo del XIV secolo. Quarta edizione quattrocentesca del noto testo di Gellius, formato da venti capitoli di dotta miscellanea critica che trattano la letteratura, la filosofia, la storia, il diritto e la matematica, secondo le conoscenze e la cultura greca del II secolo. E' il terzo incunabolo uscito dai torchi del Paltasichis, attivo a Venezia dal 1477 al 1479 e dal 1482 al 1493. Bellissimo e raro incunabolo ottimamente impresso su carta forte. Frequenti ed interessanti note manoscritte nei margini: alcune eleganti strettamente coeve, altre di poco posteriori. Affascinante esemplare a pieni margini, (alone d'umido nella parte inferiore di parte dei fogli). Hain-Copinger, 7580. BMC, V,251 (erra nella collazione). Proctor, Printing of Greek, p126. IGI, 4189. Goff, G-121. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 0000000002745

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GELLIUS Aulus - Marcus Scaramucinus de Palatiolo ( correctore )

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Beschreibung: .: Brixiae ( Brescia ), Boninu[m] de Boninis de Ragusia , M.CCCC.LXXXV die tercio Martii , ( 1485 3rd March ) , in folio , 311 x 212 mm (type page 204 x 125 mm), 192 leaves, (complete), without title page or pagination, 37 lines to a full page , the text begins at sig. a and is preceded by a table of 16 leaves, at the end of which is the imprint. Bound in contemporary oak boards, with half leather covering, this leather is renewed but not recently, endpapers are also renewed, but the old endpapers have been retained, traces of clasps, small portion of the lower wooden board missing. Last leaf is damaged and has been repaired resulting in the loss of a few words at 11 lines and a few letters at 9 lines. Some marginal clear waterstains, capital spaces left blank. Overall a good and complete copy with extensive contemporary marginal annotations. Also contemporary notes on the inside of the upper board, and on the remaining old fly leaves. Watermark ; bull's head with a stem topped by a five lobbed flower (height 135 mm). This is the fifth known imprint of Gellius' Noctes Atticae. It was printed by Bonino de Boninis, one of the first European printers. He was a Croat (his croat name is Dobric Dobricevic). He was born on the island of Lagosta (Dalmatia) near Ragusa (Dubrovnik) in 1454 and died in Treviso in 1528. His first activities in printing were in Venice at the end of the 1470's. He was in Brescia from 1483 onwards and is credited for the printing there of ca. 40 books, mainly classical authors. At the end of the century he resided in Lyons ( Lyon ) where, apart from printing books, he was also an informer for the Venetian Republic. (Some of his spy dispatches are kept in the ''Archivio di Stato di Venezia''). Hain 7521 , BMC VII , 968. GW 10597. USTC 994774. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 39500

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Aulo Gellio

Verlag: GIOVANNI DE TRIDINO alias TACUINU XX aprilis 1509, Venezia (1509)

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Beschreibung: GIOVANNI DE TRIDINO alias TACUINU XX aprilis 1509, Venezia, 1509. Un volume in 4° di (36)-CXXXV pagine (+1 foglio bianco). Titolo in rosso e nero con grande marca tipografica al centro (gore evidenti). Pag. I in rosso e nero, con grande figura xilografica. Capilettera incisi. Legatura in piena pergamena morbida (con numerose macchie); strisce di pelle ai nervi, esempio di legatura "da studio" dei primi del Cinquecento. Tracce di inchiostro ai tagli. Un po' rifilato in testa, l'esemplare conserva tutta la sua larghezza: nei margini bianchi note di mano dell'epoca, qualche sottolineatura. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 001756

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NOCTIUM ATTICARUM LIBRI VNDEUIGINTI [NOCTES ATTICAE]. [bound: AULUS GELLIUS

Beschreibung: Jodocus Badius Ascensius, [Paris], 1524. 285 x 197 mm. (11 1/4 x 7 3/4"). [8], 136, [6] leaves; [6], 112, 9 leaves. Two separately published works in one volume. First work edited and with commentary by Josse Badius and Aegidius Maerius. Fifth Badius Edition of the first work; Third Badius Edition of the second work. 19th century dun-colored half calf over brown buckram, raised bands, spine panels with blind-stamped leaf ornament, red morocco label, marbled endpapers. Title pages of both works with printer's printing press device and architectural frame, both with criblé initials. Second work with 18 woodcuts, consisting of a map of the known world including the (vaguely defined) Americas, one large woodcut, eight small woodcuts (a couple of these repeated), and seven diagrams. Renouard II, 466; Renouard III, 55. Leather a little rubbed, a couple of minor smudges to cloth, margins trimmed a bit close with occasional grazing of headlines, isolated trivial inkstains, otherwise an excellent copy, clean and crisp internally, in a solid binding. These are two typical productions of the press operated by the French humanist scholar Jodocus Badius Ascensius, or Josse Bade (1462-1535), who, like the great Aldus Manutius, was known for his editions of classical writers annotated with his own commentary. As Paul White notes in "Jodocus Badius Ascensius: Commentary, Commerce and Print in the Renaissance," Badius "played a central role in the flourishing of humanism and print culture in the French Renaissance." In four decades of printing, Badius issued more than 1,000 books, including multiple editions of both works offered here; his Aulus first appeared in 1511, and the Macrobius in 1515. First printed in 1469, "Attic Nights," the only surviving work by the Roman grammarian Aulus Gellius (ca. 125 - ca. 180), is a vast and charming collection of information gleaned from conversation and reading, a compilation containing observations about grammar, history, philosophy, and many other subjects, the whole of considerable value to us not only for the feeling of the times it conveys, but also for the numerous excerpts it contains from the works of lost ancient authors. The second work contains the two major productions of Macrobius, "In Somnium Scipionis" and the "Saturnalia," first printed by Nicholas Jenson in Venice in 1472. Little is known about the author's life, but from his writings, we conclude that Macrobius was a pagan Neoplatonist living about the year 400, one of a band of scholarly holdouts against the triumph of Christianity. The first work, inspired by a passage in Cicero's "Republic," is a treasure of information on the astronomy and philosophy of late antiquity, and greatly esteemed throughout the Middle Ages. Presented as the report of conversations during the winter holiday celebrated by the Romans, "Saturnalia" includes mythology, a collection of witty sayings of the ancients, medical lore, and interpretations of Virgil, all of which are valuable to modern scholars. This second work also has particular value because it quotes a variety of earlier authors of lost texts. As was customary, our Macrobius includes the "De die Natali" by Censorinus. Beside discoursing on birthdays, this work presents much useful information on ancient astrology and chronology. These are two typical productions of the press operated by the French humanist scholar Jodocus Badius Ascensius, or Josse Bade (1462-1535), who, like the great Aldus Manutius, was known for his editions of classical writers annotated with his own commentary. As Paul White notes in "Jodocus Badius Ascensius: Commentary, Commerce and Print in the Renaissance," Badius "played a central role in the flourishing of humanism and print culture in the French Renaissance." In four decades of printing, Badius issued more than 1,000 books, including multiple editions of both works offered here; his Aulus first appeared in 1511, and the Macrobius in 1515. First printed in 1469, "Attic Nights," the only surviving work by the R. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers CBJ1710

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M. Fabii Quintiliani oratoriarum institutionum libri duodecim: Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius

Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius

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Beschreibung: Apud Eucharium Cervicornum, sumptu et aere M. Godefridi Hittorpii, Cologne, 1527. [4] ll., 330 pp.; [24] ll., 202 pp., [13] ll. Both titles within identical alegorical woodcut border depicting at its base a recumbent Cleopatra pressing adders to her breasts, Dionysus pulling the beard of an old man, etc.; illustrated with woodcut capitals, headpieces and fleurons; first page of NOCTES within large woodcut border depicting the founders of Cologne, Agrippa and Agrippina [all illustrations by Hittorp?]. 1 vols. Folio. Very interesting and beautifully decorated Cologne printings by Cervicornum - who seemingly specialized in humanistic works and standard Latin classics such as these, working for the publisher Gottfried Hittorp. He may, alas, be best remembered by posterity for his piracy of Erasmus's edition (originally printed by Froben) of Epistolae Tres by Jerome in 1520, as well as Erasmus' Vita Hieronymi, taken from Erasmus' edition of St. Jerome's works printed by Froben in 1516. Neither edition in Adams (but see Q-25 for 1525 ed. of Quintilian by the same printer); OCLC 312995446 (Quintilianus) and OCLC 7686353 (Aulus Gellius) Contemporary calf, covers elaborately ruled and tooled in blind; spine perished; internally, some soiling and staining throughout, but sound; in a quarter morocco slipcase with chemise [4] ll., 330 pp.; [24] ll., 202 pp., [13] ll. Both titles within identical alegorical woodcut border depicting at its base a recumbent Cleopatra pressing adders to her breasts, Dionysus pulling the beard of an old man, etc.; illustrated with woodcut capitals, headpieces and fleurons; first page of NOCTES within large woodcut border depicting the founders of Cologne, Agrippa and Agrippina [all illustrations by Hittorp?]. 1 vols. Folio. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 253924

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NOCTIUM ATTICARUM LIBRI UNDEVIGINTI [NOCTES ATTICAE]: Auli Gellii [Aulus

Auli Gellii [Aulus Gellius] [Avli Gelli]

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Beschreibung: Aldus [Aldine Press], Venice, 1515. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. 8 vo. 4 x 6 1/2 inches. [31] [1] 289 [51]. 31 unnumbered preliminary leaves followed by one blank leaf, 289 numbered text leaves, 51 unnumbered commentary leaves. Second state with the corrected "Duernionem" on final leaf. Original contemporary embossed pigskin binding. The 119th publication of The Aldine Press. Condition is Very Good, corners and edges rubbed, 6 wormholes in spine and covers, no worming to pages, numerous contemporary MSS notes in the margins in sepia ink, also contemporary notes on front and rear pastedowns, small printed auction listing on front pastedown, light water stains in margins of last 25 leaves, binding is tight. Photo of book is in color, 4 photos of interior are B&W to aim for better contrast- more photos available. Text in Latin. RRGR. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 38366

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GELLIUS, Aulus.

Verlag: Venice, Ioannes Gryphius (1556)

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Beschreibung: Venice, Ioannes Gryphius, 1556. With woodcut printer's mark on title, elaborate woodcut initials, Gryphius's Griffon devise on last page verso. Printed in Italics. (48), 591, (1) pp. 8vo (155 x 110 mm). 18th-century mottled calf, gilt paneled spine, marbled endpapers, red edges (back restored). Venice, Ioannes Gryphius, 1556. Rare edition of "Noctes Atticae", consisting of short chapters on a variety of subjects - philosophy, law, literature, grammar, history, etc. written in the second century. The author (c. 123-c. 165) wrote the book during the winter nights in Attica for the instruction of his children, and indeed the work proved very popular up through the Middle Ages. It is a valuable source for many otherwise lost books, since Gellius quoted extensively from both Greek and Latin authors. - Library pressure-stamps, some waterstaining, light browning, else a nice copy. - EDIT 16 CNCE 20610; not in STC (French); not in Adams. CLASSICS ; Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 32890-1129

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GELLIUS, AULUS

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Beschreibung: 1550. GELLIUS, AULUS. Noctes atticae. Venice: Ioannes Gryphius, 1550. 8vo. [64], 591, [1] p. Elaborate woodcut initials. Neat modern vellum. A near fine copy. The Noctes Atticae is a random collection of essays compiled by Gellius (ca. ad 130-180?) for the amusement of his children. They cover a variety of topics, e.g., philosophy, history, language, and literature, preserve thousands of intriguing passages from works now lost, and include a number of interesting stories, among them Androclus and the Lion (5.14). This is one of many 16th-century editions of this popular author, and includes an especially striking example of John Gryphius's Griffon device on the last page. Schweiger, vol. I, p. 378. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 12211

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Beschreibung: Köln, Ioannes Gymnicus, 1537. 8vo. (15,2x9,3cm). [xlviii],729,[37] pp. Original panelled calf, later spine with morocco title-piece. (clasps gone, with some damage to back cover; later endpapers; preliminary index waterstained in bottom margin; last 100 pp.a bit stained; two small marginal burn holes in last 10 pp.) The second Mosellanus edition (first 1533). Petrus Mosellanus (Peter Schade), 1493-1524, was from 1517 professor of greek in Leipzig, and twice rector of this university. Although a close friend of Melanchton, he was too much of an Erasmian to join the Reformation. Adams G354. VD16 ZV 6483. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 133028

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GELLIUS, AULUS

Verlag: per Henricum Petri, Basileae (1565)

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Beschreibung: per Henricum Petri, Basileae, 1565. 8vo, pp. 850, [44]; printer's woodcut device on title-p. and on verso of final leaf; Adams G363; 3 copies only of this edition in OCLC; bound with: Sartorius, Georg. Analysis grammatica & familiaris expositio Carminum Phocylidis & Pythgagorae., Gorlitz: Johannes Rhambau, 1595. pp. [16], 216; title within woodcut border; not in OCLC; not in Adams. Together 2 vols. in 1, contemporary full vellum, manuscript title on spine, edges stained blue; bookplate on front free endpaper, early manuscript notations on front pastedown, and on verso of front free endpaper. The first is a rather scarce edition of Gellius's The Attic Nights, a second-century text written during the long nights of a winter spent in Attica. It is the author's commonplace book in which he recorded everything of unusual interest that he read or heard, from grammatical notes to observations on science and medicine. This edition has the annotations of P. Mosellani, one of the great scholars of the early 16th century. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 26618

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Beschreibung: Venice, (Venetiis), Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1569., 1569. 8vo. (XVI),543,(1 blank) p. 18th/19th century half vellum 16 cm (Ref: Edit16, CNCE 20612; Not in Schweiger, Didbin, Moss, Ebert, Graesse, Brunet or Fabricius/Ernesti) (Details: Evidently a rare book. Not a single copy in Rare Book Hub (Americana Exchange). KVK (Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog) refers only to copies in Italian libraries. Marbled boards. Printer's mark on the title, depicting a winged leopard (a kind of griffin) carrying a winged orb or ball. Woodcut initial at the beginning of each of the 20 books. Printed almost completely in italics. At the end is a 35 page list of Greek passages found in the text with their translation into Latin, called dictionum graecarum interpretatio) (Condition: Cover slightly worn, especially to the extremes; back slightly spotted and soiled with some faint pencil stripes. Ownership entry on the lower part of the title erased. A pinpoint wormhole in the right upper corner of the last 4 leaves, far away from the text) (Note: The Venetian publishing firm of the Scotto family printed in the 16th century in 2 fields, it specialised in the printing of music and texts of the Latin classics. The Scotto firm contributed also in the area of Aristotelian studies. The most important of this printing dynasty is Girolamo Scotto, or Hieronymus Scotus. He composed music himself, but he is best known as the most inflential music printer of the Renaissance. He has even a lemma in wikipedia. When Girolamo took over in 1539 the firm had already earned great finance with classic texts, Latin translations and commentaries by various humanists. He made however a huge fortune with mass produced music. Still he continued to print texts of classical authors. An example is this Gellius edition. It has some remarkable features, it looks exactly like a Gryphius edition. It imitates the handy small format, the lay-out, the italic fypeface, the catch-words and the lectiones variantes printed in the margins, of the Gellius editions which Gryphius had published earlier. The books of this Lyonaise firm were often cheap pirated reprints of successfull texts, which were sold all over Europe. It seems that the Scotto firm tried to imitate the Gryphius edition to join in its success. Scotto even had the nerve of repeating verbatim the title of the Gellius edition of Gryphius which was published in 1556. Remarkable is that the editor of the Scottus edition very often took the trouble of swapping the lectio varians printed in the margin of the Gryphius edition and the reading in the text. The Scotus edition repeats almost verbatim the dictionum graecarum interpretatio of the Gryphius edition at the end, including the Ad lectorem. Scotus perhaps produced this edition solely for the Italian market, for KVK records only copies in Italian libraries) (Provenance: Old name on the lower margin of the title erased, difficult to read: Caesaris Crispoliti Perugini. We found one Caesar Crispolitus, or Cesare Crispolti, 1563-1608, a Perugian local historian, a jurist and canon of the Perugian cathedral. He is best known for his Perugia augusta descritta which was published posthumously in 1648. He was once the owner of a manuscript now in the Biblioteca comunale Augusta of Perugia, Manoscritti, 1058. He is described there as I.U.D., Iuris Utriusque Doctor. The library holds some manuscripts with lectures he held at the local Accademia. See manus.iccu.sbn.it//opac_SchedaScheda.php?ID=0000188440. His Raccolta delle cose segnalate, of 1597, one of the oldest guide to Perugia, was republished in 2001 by Olschki as «Raccolta delle cose segnalate» di Cesare Crispolti. La più antica guida di Perugia (1597). 1604 saw his dissertation Idea dello scolare che versa negli studi affine di prendre il grado del Dottorato) (Collation: *8, A - 2L8) (Photographs on request) 400 gr. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 120517

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Gellius, Aulus:

Verlag: Köln, Martin Gymnich. (1549)

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Beschreibung: Köln, Martin Gymnich., 1549. 8°. 24 n.n. Bl. 782 S., Mit hübscher Druckervignette auf dem Titel. Blindgepräger Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Rollstempelverzierung und geprgätem Mittelstück. VD 16 G 1042. - Benzing 226,36. - Einzige Ausgabe der "Attischen Nächte" bei Martin Gymnich, dessen Tätigkeit als Drucker von 1542 bis zu seinem Tod im Jahre 1551 nachgewiesen ist. - Von Petrus Mosellanus, eigentlich Peter Schad (1493 - 1524) bearbeitet Ausgabe. Aulus Gellius wirkte als Jurist für längere Zeit in Attika, wo er wohl aus Mangel an anderen Tätigkeiten Notizen über Begegnungen, Gespräche und Bücher anfertigte. In 20 Kapiteln, wovon sich 19 erhalten haben, beschreibt er rechtliche, philosophische, grammatikalische, geometrische und andere Probleme. Gellius erwähnt dabei viele verloren gegangene Texte der Antike. - Papier durchgehend gleichmässig gebräunt. Handschriftliche Besitzvermerke auf dem Vorsatz und Titel. Die ursprünglichen Metallschliessen fehlen. Vorderdeckel etwas fleckig. Sprache: lateinisch. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 37315BB

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GELLIUS, Aulus.

Verlag: Lyon, Seb. Gryphius (1550)

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Beschreibung: Lyon, Seb. Gryphius, 1550. With woodcut printer's mark on title, elaborate woodcut initials, Gryphius's Griffon devise on last page verso. Printed in Italics. (64), 533, (1) pp. 8vo (165 x 110 mm). 18th-century mottled calf, gilt paneled spine, marbled endpapers, red edges (hinges weak). Lyon, Seb. Gryphius, 1550. Rare edition of "Noctes Atticae", consisting of short chapters on a variety of subjects - philosophy, law, literature, grammar, history, etc. written in the second century. The author (c. 123-c. 165) wrote the book during the winter nights in Attica for the instruction of his children, and indeed the work proved very popular up through the Middle Ages. It is a valuable source for many otherwise lost books, since Gellius quoted extensively from both Greek and Latin authors.- Blind library stamps, lower margin of title and first index page torn off and repaired (no loss of text), light browning, else a nice copy. - Brunet II, 1523; STC (French), 199; not in Adams. CLASSICS ; Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 32891-279

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Gellius, Aulus

Verlag: Venetiis Apud Io. Gryphium (1573)

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Beschreibung: Venetiis Apud Io. Gryphium, 1573. Vellum. Zustand: Good. Vellum boards darkened, front end paper tattered, cover loose at lower, inner hinge,some worm holes, dampstaining and foxing throughout. Ref A 193. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 001504

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Luculentissimi scriptoris. Noctes atticae: Auli Gellii (Aulio

Auli Gellii (Aulio Gellio)

Verlag: Seb. GryPhium, Lugduni (Leida ?) (1539)

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Beschreibung: Seb. GryPhium, Lugduni (Leida ?), 1539. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. -author: Auli Gellii (Aulio Gellio) -title: Luculentissimi scriptoris. Noctes atticaev -publisher: Seb. GryPhium, Lugduni (Leida ?) -published year: 1539 -binding: hardcover -condition: very good -size: cm 12,00 X v17,00 -pages: 575 -description: leather binding, ex library card pocket on the spine, light wormholes on the spinelsaid papers. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 0063

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AULU-GELLE

Verlag: Lugduni Apud Seb. Gryphium (1546)

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Beschreibung: Lugduni Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1546. In-8, 31 ff., 533-(1) pp. Reliure plein veau du XVIIe, dos nerfs richement orn de filets et fleurs de lys, large dentelle dor e en encadrement sur les plats, tranches dor es. Reliure aux armes sur les plats de Fran ois Brunet de Montferrand.(mouillures marginales sur les premiers et derniers feuillets). Belle impression lyonnaise de S bastien Gryphe. Vignette de titre et marque de l'imprimeur sur le dernier feuillet. Aulu-Gelle (123 ? - 0180 ? apr s J.-C.), magistrat, grammairien, historien et critique litt raire. Apr s avoir v cu Rome, il s journa Ath nes o furent compos es les "Nuits attiques", son unique ouvrage. Aulu-Gelle composa son ouvrage dans la campagne de l'Attique, d'o le nom, ouvrage d' rudition qui traite de litt rature, de philosophie, d'art, de droit ou de g om trie. Aulu-Gelle donne de nombreuses citations d'auteurs anciens grecs ou romains. Fran ois Brunet, seigneur de Montferrand (1646-1696), conseiller au Parlement de Paris, pr sident de la Chambre des comptes de Paris. Grand bibliophile et collectionneur de toutes sortes d'objets d'art et de curiosit s, il faisait relier somptueusement la plupart de ses volumes. O.H.R. 1743. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 34258

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Aulio Gellio

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Beschreibung: Apud S.Gryphium, Lugduni, 1537. ril. posteriore tutta pelle. Zustand: buono stato. pp. 62-576 16° capilettere ornati con fregi. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 46824

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AULI GELLII NOCTES ATTICAE: AULU GELLE

AULU GELLE

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Beschreibung: 1546. Lyon,Sébastien Gryphe 1546. Un volume in-12°(17x11cm). reliure de l'époque plein vélin. Dos plat.Titre doré. 61p index +533p. Texte en latin . Très belle impression en caractères italiques.Bon exemplaire. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers b9512

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Noctes Atticae: Editio nova et prioribus omnibus: Gellius, Aulus [125

Gellius, Aulus [125 AD - 180 AD]

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Beschreibung: Lodewijk Elzevier, Amstelodami, 1651. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. No Jacket. 12mo. Full vellum binding with yapped edges and lettered spine. [48] 498 p.p., [120] p.p. Illustrated title page, lower half of t.p. trimmed [approx. 12.7mm], not affecting text. Some soiling to spine and covers. Light foxing, otherwise interior clean, crisp. In very good condition. Aulus Gellus [125 AD-180 AD] composed his Attic Nights during a winter spent in the Attica Peninsula near Athens, Greece. It is comprised of notes on history, philosophy, grammar, poetry, and musings on other subjects. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 001621

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Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae, seu Vigiliae Atticae,: GELLIUS.

Beschreibung: Paris (Parisiis), (H. Stephanus), 1585. Cum privilegio Caesaris, et Gallorum regis in decennium., 1585. 8vo. (VI),23,(1 blank),587,(1 blank);(74 index),(2 blank),205,(3 blank) p. Vellum 18 cm (Ref: Renouard p. 450/51, 1585,2: 'édition rare et estimable', Schweiger 2,378; Brunet 1523/24; Graesse 3,46; Ebert 8284) (Details: 5 thongs laced through both joints. Short title on the back) (Condition: Vellum soiled and spotted, big red stain on the lower board. Occasional old ink underlinings & marginalia. Small and old inscription on the verso of the front flyleaf. A small reference written on the title. On the verso of the title a round red stamp. Upper corner of the last gatherings slightly waterstained. Paper somewhat yellowing) (Note: The Roman author Aulus Gellius, ca. 125-180 AD, was never counted as a major author in antiquity, nor later. His only work 'Noctes Atticae' or 'Attic Nights', is a miscellany that 'ranges from literature to law, from wondrous tales to moral philosophy; one of his favorite topics is the Latin language'. (.) The exposition, in a mildly archaizing but never difficult Latin, often takes the form of dialogues with or between culturally eminent persons whom Gellius had known'. It derives its name from the fact of its having been written during the long nights of a winter which the author spent in Attica as a young itinerant student. The Noctes Atticae were exploited by pagans and Christians alike in late antiquity. In medieval florilegia he is much quoted for piquant tales and moral sentiments. 'From Petrarch onward Gellius became a favorite author of the Renaissance'. 'More than 100 manuscripts were copied'. He was used as a valuable source of information on the Latin language, and had preserved numerous quotations from lost authors, which were presented with grace and elegance. Gellius became a model for the 'Miscellanea' of the Italian humanist Angelo Poliziano. 'In the 18th century, however, new canons of elegance caused his style to seem less attractive, and compilation sank to minor merit' (Quotations from 'The Classical Tradition', Cambr. Mass., 2010, p. 386/7) § The notes of Louis Carrion, latinized as Ludovicus Carrio (Brugensis), ca. 1547-1595, which are promised on the title page, are lacking in this edition. Carrion had promised the Parisian scholar/publisher Henri Estienne II, ca. 1530-1598, to manufacture notes for his Gellius edition. Estienne printed the text of Gellius, and waited eight months. In the meantime Carrion delivered material for only 7 leaves. Tired of waiting Estienne published his Gellius, replacing Carrion's notes with work of his own: 'Noctes aliquot Parisinae'. Ultimately Carrion sent Estienne notes concerning the first 24 chapters of the first book only, together 120 pages. These notes Estienne thereupon published separately in the same year. Most copies are like ours, in only a few copies both works have been bound together. § The 'Noctes Parisinae' are 27 in number, 7 of which are dedicated to Estienne's friend, the historian, politician and bookcollector Jacques Auguste de Thou, 1553-1617, who was in 1585 'maître des requêtes au parlement de Paris'. Estienne extols his friend 'for his erudition, and his extraordinary zeal for the collection of books: noticing the exquisite literary treasures in which his library abounds, his judgment in the selection of editions, his liberal disbursement in purchasing, and his profuse expenditure on binding and decoration'. (William Parr Greswell, 'A View of the Early Parisian Greek Press', London 1833, volume 2, p. 350) The 'Noctes Parisinae' opens with a defence of Gellius against attacks of the Spanish scholar Juan Luis Vives, who mentioned Gellius e.g. 'loquaculus sine eruditione'; and 'quae de significatu vocum disserit, sunt frivola, et plerumque imperita ac falsa'. (Opera, Basel 1555, Tom. I, p. 480/81)) (Provenance: In pencil on the front flyleaf: '15 sept. 1965', written by the Flemish linguist Walter Couvreur, 1914-1996, who was an Orientalist, and professor of Indoeuropean linguistics at the University of Gent. It indicates the date of aquisition. On the pastedown in the rear he wrote the place where he bought it: 'Leipzig, Zentralantiquariat, DDR'. § On the verso of the title a red stamp: 'Ex Biblioth. Regia Berolinensi') (Collation: A-B8 (minus blank leaf B8), a-z8, A-R8, S4 (leaf S4 blank), A-N8 (a leaf signed A2 inserted as a kind of half title between leaf C1 and C2; leaf N7 verso and N8 blank) (Photographs on request) 900 gr. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 130065

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Gellii, Auli [Luculentissimi Scriptoris]

Verlag: Io. Gryphium, Venetiis (1573)

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Beschreibung: Io. Gryphium, Venetiis, 1573. 12mo; vg/none; white vellum spine with black handwritten text; ex libris, signed by po, title-page; shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; light toning; 591 pp.; endpapers, open tears; hinges, split starts; spine and boards, sunned; crown, split start and chipping; staining; binding, hand-sewn; else very good; ---TEXT IN LATIN AND GREEK. At Dupont-Shelved Zagoran (right side of rare books alcove). Zagoran. Nunc denuo an infinitis, quibus scarebant mendis, summa ac diligenti cura repurgate atque printinae integritati restitutae. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 10-114-1086593

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Gellius, Aulus

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Beschreibung: Jean de Tournes, Geneva, 1592. 16mo. (16),698,(124)pp. Indices. Early 17th century vellum. Slight damage at foot of title-page, armorial German stamp on title. Very nice copy. In his dedicatory epistle, Jean de Tournes gives interesting details on the care which he took for this new edition, for which he collated the text with an old manuscript which he possessed and with the edition printed by his father for Sebastien Gryphius. Adams G368. Carter 691. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 3877

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A. Gellii, luculentissimi scriptoris, Noctes atticae.: GELLIUS, Aulus

GELLIUS, Aulus

Verlag: Antonium Gryphium (1565)

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Beschreibung: Antonium Gryphium, 1565. Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. 1565 Aulus Gellius Attic Nights Noctes Atticae ROME Greece Greek Philosophy Truth is the daughter of time Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae, XII A very rare and beautiful edition of Aulus Gellius Attic Nights . This book was a compilation of notes and shorter essays on grammar, philosophy, history, and antiquities which offer a glimpse into the cultures of both Greek and Roman life and society. Gellius began the work while he was living in Attica, Greece, but concluded the work in Rome. The rather disjunct contents include Gellius s observations and unusual interests found in books or overheard in conversation. This 1565 edition was published in Lyon by Antoine Gryphe. Item number: #7187 Price: $599 GELLIUS, Aulus Gellii, luculentissimi scriptoris, Noctes atticae. Lugduni: Apud Antonium Gryphium, 1565. Details: Collation: complete with all pages [64], 533, [1] Signatures: to L4 References: Adams G 361 Language: Latin Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~6.75in X 4.5in (17cm x 11.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 7187 Photos available upon request. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 7187

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Noctes Atticae. Editio nova et prioribus omnibus: AULU-GELLE

AULU-GELLE

Verlag: Louis Elzevier, Amsterdam (1651)

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Beschreibung: Louis Elzevier, Amsterdam, 1651. Fort volume petit in-12 maroquin bleu vert, dos à nerfs orné, filet doré encadrant les plats avec fleurons aux angles, dentelle dorée intérieure et sur les coupes, tranches dorées. 24 feuillets non chiffrés, 498 pp. et 62 feuillets non chiffrés, le dernier blanc (Muller). Plats un peu passés. Excellente et rare édition, dont il est difficile de trouver des exemplaires en aussi bonne condition. Le recueil d'Aulu-Gelle est précieux pour l'histoire de la civilisation et de la littérature du Bas-Empire. Il contient un grand nombre d'observations critiques sur plusieurs auteurs, des anecdotes historiques et biographiques, des réflexions sur la morale, la grammaire, les antiquités, la philosophie, la physique. Il renferme également un grand nombre de fragments d'anciens auteurs dont on n'a plus les ouvrages. Beau titre-frontispice gravé. Pieters, p.203, n°8. Rahir, 1145. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 14730

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Beschreibung: Henri Estienne, Paris, 1585. Leather. Zustand: Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket. This book is bound in full leather; it is complete, with pagination as follows: [6] 23 [1 bl. 3 1 bl.] 587 [1 bl. 74 2 bl.], 16 3 1 bl. 205 [1 bl.] pp. Dark smooth leather with attractive blind stamping, spine appears to have been beautifully repaired. Renewed endpapers, a book plate on the end paper and a red stamp plate on the verso of the first free endpaper, title page has red ruling, a black ink mark at bottom, text clean and unmarked, some quires more browned than others (as is common with this edition), minor foxing but otherwise quite nice, binding strong. This is the very scarce and important early 1585 imprint, bound in full handsome calf, the so-called Stephanus edition of the classical Roman author Aulus Gellius, a fascinating collection of anecdotes of ancient world on everyday life as well as history and philosophy, with beautifully engraved initials and head and tail pieces -- and something of a bibliographical mystery. . According to the bibliographer Dibdin, this book was printed at the instigation of the famous Parisian printer and classicist Henry Stephanus, and although for years it was also attributed to his printing house, the real printer is still unknown. In addition to the complete works of Aulus Gellius in 587 text pages, it includes a separate 205 page book, separately numbered, of Stephanus' detailed notes on Gellius., which are of considerable value.The title page of the book indicates that notes of Ludovic Carrionus are appended but, as in most extant copies of the work, they are not (they were apparently only included in a few copies at the end of the print run). This edition of Aulus Gellius was printed after a two-year period during which no Estienne edition was printed at all, owing to his ambitious works on Thesaurus and Plato which nearly ruined the famous printer. 'The second part of the volume consists of Estienne's valuable commentary on 7 books of Gellius. Estienne has provided his text and the various parts of his commentary with several dedicatory prefaces, addressed to various prominent French magistrates.the longest and most interesting preface, however, is addressed to his son Paul. This famous preface is the most important autobiographical document Henri Estienne has left to us, and gives us our only glimpse into his father's household' (Schreiber). It is a rare and esteemed book, called at the Pinelli sale "Liber admodum rarus", WorldCat (OCLC) lists only 14 copies held worldwide; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 7917

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Auli Gellii, Luculentissimi Scriptoris, Noctes Atticae: Gellius, Aulus

Gellius, Aulus

Verlag: apud Antonium Gryphium, Lugduni [Lyon] (1566)

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Beschreibung: apud Antonium Gryphium, Lugduni [Lyon], 1566. Printer's vignette on title page, ornamental initials. Collation: a-z8, A-Z8, Aa-Gg8 [-Gg8 (blank)]. Pp. 734 (i.e., 736), [109, index]. 703/704 repeated in pagination. 1 vols. 8vo. A nice pocket edition of the Noctes Atticae or Attic Nights, the celebrated miscellany of Aulus Gellius (2nd century C.E.), which preserves fragments of many lost works of classical literature. With a lexicon of Greek phrases at pp. 692-[736]. Adams G364; Baudrier, Bib. Lyonnaise, VIII:345; BM STC French, 1470-1600, p. 199. OCLC: 26696039 Old vellum, edges gilt and gauffered. Shaken, some toning. Good plus Printer's vignette on title page, ornamental initials. Collation: a-z8, A-Z8, Aa-Gg8 [-Gg8 (blank)]. Pp. 734 (i.e., 736), [109, index]. 703/704 repeated in pagination. 1 vols. 8vo. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 311997

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GELIO, Aulo.

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Beschreibung: Lugduni: Apud Seb. Gryphium. 1542. 8vo. [64]p., 541 p., 1 blanca. Excelente ejemplar muy limpio en pergamino de época con injerto en lomo y guardas cambiadas. Recopilación de investigaciones, lectura, anotaciones y numerosos temas del renombrado autor del siglo II d.C. Le puso este título como recuerdo de sus noches de estudio en Atenas. Aulo Gelio fue una gran inspiración para los escritores romanos posteriores, debido a la ingente cantidad de noticias y anécdotas que describe en sus obras. La obra de voluntad divulgativa tiene el índice a modo de introducción y se divide en cinco partes, general, histórico, moral, filosófico y gramatical. Gryphius populariza los libros con precios asequibles y fáciles de abordar para todo lector y supuso un gran impulso al movimiento humanista nacido en Lyon. Brunet: 1523. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 11376

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AULI GELLII NOCTES ATTICAE, SEU VIGILIAE ATTICAE.: AULU-GELLE. (AULUS GELLIUS.

Beschreibung: (HENRI II ESTIENNE)., 1585. PETIT ET FORT IN-8 (11 X 17,5 X 4,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (6) + 23 + (3 BL) + 587 + (77 ) + 16 + (4) + 31 + (5) PAGES ET PAGES 35 A 205, RELIURE XVIII° PLEIN VEAU MARBRE, DOS A CINQ NERFS ORNE DE CAISSONS A FLEURONS DORES, TITRE DORE SUR ETIQUETTE MAROQUIN ROUGE, TRANCHES ROUGES. COLLATION CONFORME A BRUNET, CE DERNIER NE TENANT PAS COMPTE DES FEUILLETS BLANCS. «CETTE EDITION IMPRIMEE A PARIS POUR HENRI ESTIENNE, QUI S?Y TROUVAIT ALORS, NE PORTE PAS DE NOM D?IMPRIMEUR. ELLE CONTIENT ORDINAIREMENT UN TITRE, UNE EPITRE A P. DELBENE EN 2 FEUILLETS, 23 PAGES PRELIMINAIRES, 587 PAGES DE TEXTE, 37 FEUILLETS POUR LES INDICES, 16 PAGES DE PRELIMINAIRES ET 205 PAGES POUR LES STEPHANI NOCTES». (BRUNET II. 1523-1524). BEL EXEMPLAIRE. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 3581

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Gellius, Aulus

Verlag: Seb. Gryphium, Lyon (1542)

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Beschreibung: Seb. Gryphium, Lyon, 1542. 1/4 vellum. Zustand: Very Good. Later printing. 8vo. (64),541,(3)pp. With the final blank leaf. Woodcut device on title. Later (19th century?) binding of vellum spine, boards covered with a dark green textured paper. No spine label. Some old faded soiling, the very final leaves with a dampstain at lower outer corner. BL French STC p. 199. Not in Adams. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 7115

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AULI GELLII

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Beschreibung: 1559 Apud Haered. Seb. Gryphii, Lugduni Virtute duce. Comite fortuna. 734 pg. 55 (h) index. 13x9 cm. Enc, pergami. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. (aristotelem, aristotelis, democritus, dialecticos, grammaticorum, vocabulorum, aristotelem, aristotelis, democritus, dialecticos, grammaticorum, vocabulorum). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 71938

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