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66 3116 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Horatius Flaccus Q 66 3116 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Horatius Flaccus Q
66/3116 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Horatius Flaccus, Q. Opera. (...) Accedit Horatii Vita, et Aldus Manutius De Metris Horatianis. Ed. L. Desprez. Amst., Sumptibus Societatis, 1685, (24),914,(14)p., engr. title, contemp. vellum.

- Small stain in upper blank margin at the beginning, touching image of engr. title; engr. title almost completely loose; old owner's entry on first blank ("T.P. Vigilin 1801"). Vellum soiled.

= Not in Dibdin or Schweiger.

€ (70-90) 80
66 3117 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Justinus  M J  66 3117 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Justinus M J
66/3117 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Justinus, (M.J.). Justinus, cum notis selectissimis variorum Berneggeri (...). Amst., L. and D. Elzevier, 1659, (4),547,(73)p., engr. title-p., contemp. overlapping vellum, sm. 8vo.

- Bookblock loose(ning), lower hinge holding on cords; one page lower corner torn off. Owner's entry on frontcover; vellum darkened; upper joint split(ting).

= Willems 1248; Rahir 1276.

€ (100-150)
66/3118 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Juvenalis, D.I. and Persius Flaccus, A. Satyrae. Ed. C. Schrevelius. Leyden, F. Hackius, 1658, (16),638,(42)p., engr. title, contemp. vellum.

- Lower blank corner engr. title cut out; pastedowns loosening. Otherwise a fine copy.

€ (60-80) 70
66 3119 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Lipsius J 66 3119 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Lipsius J
66/3119 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Lipsius, J. Diva virgo Hallensis: Beneficia eius & Miracula fide atque ordine descripta. Antw., Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Viduam & Ioannem Moretum, 1604, 1st ed., (8),86,(10)p., engr. title-vignette., 2 plates (incl. a view of Halle), contemp. vellum, 4to.

- A few scattered library-stamps (mostly on verso of first free endpaper and on blank margin of title-p.); pastedowns loosening. Two (remains of) library-tickets on frontcover; covers sl. stained.

€ (150-250) 160
66 3120 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Lipsius J 66 3120 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Lipsius J
66/3120 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Lipsius, J. Opera omnia, postremum ab ipso aucta et recensita. Nunc primum copioso rerum indice illustrata. Wesel, A. van Hoogenhuysen, 1675, 4 vols., engr. frontisp., 3 ident. title-vignettes, portrait, 8 fold. plates, num. (full-p.) ills. (all in vol. 3), contemp. overlapping vellum.

- All vols. library stamp on title-p.; plates sl. browned; occas. sl. foxed. Spines w. traces of shelfticket.

= Incl. interesting illustrations of Roman warfare (i.a. in the book De Militia Romana). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXL.

€ (300-500)
66/3121 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Livius, T. Historiarum libri. Amst., W. Blaeu, 1633, 1007p., engr. title, contemp. vellum, 12mo.

- Waterst. in inner margin at the beginning. = Schweiger p.533; Rahir 1860.

€ (70-90) 100
66 3122 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Mander K van 66 3122 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Mander K van
66/3122 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Mander, K. van. Uitlegging over de metamorphosis, of herschepping van P. Ovidius Nazo. Amst., J.J. Schipper, 1645, engr. title, (12),520p., contemp. overlapping vellum, 12mo.

- Bookblock loose; lacks final free endpaper. Vellum warped; lacks ties.

= Also contains: C. van Mander, Uitbeelding der figuren: Vertoonende hoe de Heydenen hun Goden afgebeelt en onderscheiden hebben; hoe d'Egyptenaars hun verburge meiningen, met dieren en andre dingen, te kennen gaven. Alles voor de Rijm-Schrijvers en schilders zeer nut (p.469-520, w. div. title w. imprint Amst., J. Lescaille). Bibl. Belg. M96.

€ (70-90) 170
66/3123 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Martialis, M.V. Epigrammata. Ed. T. Farnabius. Amst., J. Janssonius, 1645, (12),456p., contemp. vellum, 12mo.

- Sl. yellowed. Spine cracking; spine sl. darkened. = Schweiger p.598.

Gellius, A. Noctes Atticae. Geneva, J. Tornaesius, 1621, (16),698,(122)p., contemp. calf w. paper letterpiece, 12mo.

- One leaf w. large tear; lacks pastedowns. Joints split(ting); backstrip lacks portion at top of spine; binding worn along extremities.

= Schweiger p.378.

AND 4 others, i.a. VALERIUS MAXIMUS, Dictorum Factorumque Memorabilium Libri IX (Amst., 1650, engr. title, contemp. vellum, 16mo) and J. SECUNDUS, Opera. Ed. P. Scriverius (ibid., 1631, later boards, 12mo).

€ (100-150) 170
66/3124 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Matthaeus, A. Veteris aevi analecta seu Vetera aliquot monumenta Quae hactenus nondum visa (...). Leyden, F. Haaring/ S. Schouten/ A. van der Mijn, 1698-1710, 1st ed., 10 vols., woodcut head- and tailpieces, contemp. unif. vellum.

- All vols. bookplate on upper pastedown; vol. I upper pastedown w. clipping and owner's entry on first free endpaper/ title-p.; vol. III w. a few annotations; occas. sl. foxed/ browned. Vellum sl. stained. Fine set.

= Haitsma Mulier/ Van der Lem 328e; De Buck 1393. Extensive and important collection of medieval and later chronicles, letters, travel journals, mainly in Dutch, otherwise in Latin. Rare first edition.

€ (250-350) 275
66 3125 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Melanchthon P 66 3125 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Melanchthon P
66/3125 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Melanchthon, P. Selectarum declamationum. Vol. I. Strasb., n.publ., 1559, 1 vol. (of 4), 784,(16)p., contemp. blindst. pigskin over wooden covers, brass clasps and catches, sm. 8vo.

- Vol. I only. Two old owner's entríes in pen and ink on title-p.: "Fredericus Mÿlius H. anno 61. 13 iunij Iena" and "Christophory Rembarty Cypriany"; libr. stamp on title; occas. sl. waterstained (esp. prelim. leaves and first 80p.); contemp./ sl. later annots. in pen and pencil in text. Binding (water)stained; corners worn.

= Adams M 1121.

€ (150-250) 375
66 3126 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Muretus M A 66 3126 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Muretus M A
66/3126 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Muretus, M.A. Orationes, epistolae, hymniq; sacri. Leipsic, Widow of G. Grossius, 1660, 3 parts in 1 vol., (14),520; (16),286; (2),205p., engr. title-p. by I.B. PARAVICINO, contemp. overlapping vellum.

- Contemp. owner's entry on engr. title; num. old annots. in pen and ink in margin of text and underlining in first part; annot. and libr. stamp on first free endpaper.

€ (70-100)
66 3127 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Musaeus Grammaticus 66 3127 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Musaeus Grammaticus
66/3127 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Musaeus Grammaticus. De Herone et Leandro carmen. Ed. M. Röver. Leyden, T. Haak, 1737, (44),101,(26)p., engr. frontisp. by F. VAN BLEYSWIJK, title-vignette, Greek text with Latin transl., contemp. blindst. vellum.

- Fine copy.

€ (100-150) 100
66/3128 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Natalis Comes (= N. le Comte). Mythologiae, sive explicationis fabularum, libri decem. Paris, H. Perier ex Officina Plantiniana, 1605, (16),1123,(163)p., woodcut printer's mark, contemp. overlapping vellum.

- Lower hinge broken; lacks pastedowns; title-p. w. old owner's entry. Vellum sl. wrinkled.

€ (200-300)
66 3129 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Nepos C 66 3129 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Nepos C
66/3129 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Nepos, C. Vitae Excellentium Imperatorum. Ed. J. Gebhardus, H. Ernstius and J.A. Bosius. Leyden, S. Luchtmans, 1734, (32),765,(90)p., engr. title by J. VISSCHER, 12 ills. (mainly portraits), contemp. gilt vellum w. the coat of arms of Leyden on both covers in centre.

- Occas. sl. foxed/ browned; upper hinge trifle weak. Gilding partly (sl.) worn off; lacks ties.

= Spoelder 5.

€ (80-100) 80
66 3130 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Ovidius Naso P 66 3130 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Ovidius Naso P
66/3130 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Ovidius Naso, P. Metamorphoseon Libri XV. Ex postrema Iacobi Micylli recognotione, Et recesione nove Gregorii Bersmani (...). (Heidelberg), Typis Voegelinianis, (1607), 4th ed., 47,(1),574p., 27 engr. emblematic ills., 6 tailpieces, num. decorated initials, contemp. overlapping vellum.

- Browned/ waterstained throughout; extensive contemp. annotations; p.43-44 and 161-162 w. large tear; hinges weak. Vellum soiled.

€ (50-70) 190
66/3131 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Philippus Honorius. Thesauri politici continuatio, hoc est: selectiores tractatus, monita, acta, relationes et discursus (...) : ante hac Italica conscripti, nunc vero primum (...) Latine simul & Italice editi. Frankfurt, N. Hoffman, 1618, 1st ed., (8),502p., woodcut printer's vignette, contemp. gilt calf.

- Lacks p. 343-388 and 477/478. Bookplate on upper pastedown; owner's entry on first endpaper; two library stamps on titlepage; contents browned throughout and with some mouldy stains/wormholes. Covers waterstained; joint split(ting); spine-ends dam.; worn along extremities.

= Rare; this edition not found in any of the usual reference works. S. Testa (2008) p.1: "Thus the Tesoro politico is one of the most striking examples of the widespread interest in politics at the turn of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, one that combines a general curiosity for political affairs with the fashionable discours of ragion di stato, interest of state, and political prudence." and p. 23: "Between 1608 and 1618 the Tesori politici were translated into Latin and published six times in Frankfurt and Cologne, and translated into French and published twice."

€ (100-150)
66 3132 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Pitiscus S 66 3132 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Pitiscus S
66 3132 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Pitiscus S 66 3132 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Pitiscus S
66/3132 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Pitiscus, S. Lexicon antiquitatum romanarum: in quo ritus et antiquitates cum Graecis ac Romanis communes, tum Romanis peculiares, sacrae et profanae, publicae et privatae, civiles ac militares exponuntur. Leeuw., F. Halma, 1713, 2 vols., (86),1008; (2),1133p., 2 diff. engr. frontisp. after B. PICART and A. HOUBRAKEN, 2 (fold.) portraits (one of Eugenius of Savoie by P. VAN GUNST after M. MERIAN and one of the author by P. VAN GUNST after G. HOET), 1 large fold. plate of a mosaic floor, engr. head- and tail-pieces, contemp. unif. vellum w. blindst. gilt coat of arms of The Hague within double decorative border on both covers, folio.

- Pastedowns loosening. Vellum (mainly over spines) soiled/ dam./ lacking.

= Zischka p.128 ("Beste Ausg."); Brunet IV, p.679-680; Graesse V, p.306; Spoelder 3.

€ (200-300)
66 3133 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Plinius Secundus C 66 3133 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Plinius Secundus C
66/3133 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Plinius Secundus, C. Histoire de la peinture ancienne, éxtraite de L'hist. naturelle de Pline, liv. XXXV. London, G. Bowyer, 1725, XII,(6),308,(8)p., engr. frontisp. by PICART, plate and large vignette by M. VANDERGUCHT (after L. CHERON), text in French and Latin, contemp. gilt calf, folio.

- First 12 lvs. wormholed in inner margin; endpapers sl. browned; otherwise contents (very) fine. Upper joint split and lower joint splitting; covers (sl.) worn/ rubbed.

= Translation of Pliny's writing on painting extracted from his major work Naturalis Historia, accompanied by the annotated Latin text.

€ (200-300)
66 3134 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Plinius Secundus C 66 3134 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Plinius Secundus C
66/3134 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Plinius Secundus, C. Des wijdt-vermaerden Natuurkondigers vijf Boecken. Handelende van de Nature I. Van de Menschen. II. Van de viervoetige en kruypende Dieren. III. Van de Vogelen. IV. Van de kleyne Beestjes of Ongedierten. V. Van de Visschen, Oesters, Kreeften, &c. Hier zyn by-gevoeght de Schriften van verscheyden andere oude Autheuren, de Natuur der Dieren aengaende. Amst., Wed. G. de Groot, 1703, 568,(8)p., engr. frontisp., 53 ills., contemp. vellum, sm. 8vo.

- Fine copy.

= Geerebaert CXXVII, II.m. The nice illustrations depict i.a. a whale-hunt and a dodo. Rare edition.

€ (300-500) 600
66/3135 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Plutarchus. De levens van doorluchtige Grieken en Romeinen, onderling vergeleeken. Dutch transl. and ed. E. van Wassenbergh and H. Bosscha. Amst., J. Allart, 1789-1809, 13 parts in 7 vols., engr. frontisp., portr. of the translators and 13 engr. plates by R. VINKELES, contemp. unif. gilt hcalf w. mor. letterpiece.

- All vols. bookplate on upper pastedown. Despite some small imperfections a fine and attractively bound set.

= Geerebaert LXIX, 14; Schweiger I, p.268.

€ (200-300)