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HEINSIUS,D. Danielis Heinsii De contemptu mortis libri IV. Ad nobilissimum amplissisimumque virum Ianum Rutgersium. Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1621. 4to. (VIII),196,(24 index) p. 19th century hardback. 18.5 cm § One of the finest didactic poems of its time. (Ref: STCN ppn 833009389; Willems 186; Berghman 861; Rahir 157; Brunet 3,83: 'la meilleure production poétique de l'auteur'; Ebert 9379; Graesse 3,232) (Details: Dull binding. Title in red & black. Elsevier's printer's mark on the title, depicting an old man standing in the shade of a vine-entwined elmtree, symbolising the symbiotic relationship between scholar and publisher. The motto: 'Non solus', probably indicates the interdependency of publisher and scholar. On the verso of the last leaf of the second volume: 'Lugduni Batavorum, 'Typis Isaaci Elzevirii, Iurati Academiae Typographi, 1621'. Edges ...

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HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.

HEINSIUS,D. Danielis Heinsii Orationum editio nova. Tertia parte auctior, caeteris sic recensitis, ut alia videri possit. Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex officina Bonaventurae & Abrahami Elzevir, Acad. Typogr.,1627. 8vo. (XVI),661,(3) p. Overlapping vellum 15.5 cm § Oratorical fireworks (Ref: Willems 277; Berghman 770; Rahir 239 or 240) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Boards with blind double fillet borders. Elsevier's woodcut printer's mark on the title of both volumes, depicting an old man standing in the shade of a vine-entwined elmtree, symbolising the symbiotic relationship between scholar and publisher. The motto is: 'Non solus', probably indicating the interdependency of publisher and scholar. They cannot do it alone, and need each other) (Condition: Vellum age-tanned. Waterstained in the lower margin at the beginning and at the end of the book. All 4 ties gone. Paper ...

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HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.

HEINSIUS,D. Laus asini. Tertia parte auctior, cum aliis festivis opusculis, quorum seriem pagella sequens indicat. Leiden (Lugd. Batavorum), Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1629. 24mo. (XX),438,(2 blank) p. Contemporary calf 10.5 cm (Ref: Willems 315; Berghman 1247; Rahir 286; Brunet 3,84; Graesse 3,233) (Details: Binding ruled blind. Engraved title, depicting 2 learned gentlemen, perhaps Ewaldus Schrevelius, to whom the book is dedicated, and Heinsius' friend Adolph Vorstius, who both doff their hats for an ass) (Condition: Binding scuffed and with a few scratches, corners bumped. Small piece of leather gone at the foot of the spine. Both pastedowns detached) (Note: The 'Laus asini' (ad Senatum Populumque eorum, qui ignari omnium, scientias hoc tempore contemnunt) was published anonymously for the first time in 1623. An augmented edition appeared in 1629. The author is according to all critics the Dutch classical ...

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HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.

HEINSIUS,D. Laus asini. Tertia parte auctior, cum aliis festivis opusculis. Leiden (Lugd. Batavorum), Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1629. 24mo. (XX),438,(2 blank) p. Overlapping vellum 11.5 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 832854379; Willems 315; Berghman 1247; Rahir 286; Brunet 3,84; Graesse 3,233) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Engraved title, depicting 2 learned gentlemen, perhaps Ewaldus Schrevelius, to whom the book is dedicated, and Heinsius' friend Aldoph Vorstius, who doff their hats for an ass) (Condition: Vellum soiled and scratched. Front board slightly damaged at the upper edge. All four ties gone. Front flyleaf removed. Right edge of the title thumbed, very tiny and almost invisible hole in the title) (Note: The 'Laus asini (ad Senatum Populumque eorum, qui ignari omnium, scientias hoc tempore contemnunt) was published anonymously for the first time in 1623. An augmented edition appeared in 1629. The author is ...

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HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.

HEINSIUS,D. Danielis Heinsii Poemata auctiora. Editore Nicolao Heinsio Dan. Fil. (And:) Danielis Heinsii Poemata graeca, et e graecis latine reddita, diverso tempore ac aetate conscripta. Quibus Adoptivorum liber accedit. (Ad 1:) Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Apud Francis. Hegerum, 1640. (Ad 2:) Leiden (Lugd. Bat.), Ex Officina Francisci Hegeri, 1640. 12mo. 2 volumes in 1: (XX),575,(1 blank);189,(3 errata) p. Overlapping vellum 13 cm (Ref: Willems 1613: 'Édition la meilleure, la plus complète et la plus belle des poésies latines et grecques de Dan. Heinsius'; Rahir 1892; Berghman 864; Brunet 3,84; Ebert 9380) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Volume 1 has an engraved title, it depicts 'Severitas', i.e. 'Seriousness', as a seated and bearded philosopher/author who's hand rests on a book; he is looking at 'Lepor', or 'Plaesantry', depicted as a young woman/Muse playing ...

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HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.

HEINSIUS,D. Dan. Heinsii De tragoediae constitutione liber, in quo inter caetera tota de hac Aristotelis sententia dilucide explicatur. Editio auctior multo, cui & Aristotelis De poëtica libellus, cum ejusdem notis & interpretatione, accedit. Leiden (Lugd. Batav.), Ex officinâ Elsevirianâ, 1643. 12mo. (XII),368 p. 19th century calf 13.5 cm 'De tragoediae constitutione' established the reputation of Heinsius as an Aristotelian literary critic (Ref: Willems 554; Berghman 964; Rahir 548; Brunet 3,83; Graesse 3,232; Ebert 9377) (Details: Back ruled gilt, with a letterpiece. Boards with blind stamped borders & gilt dentelles on the turn-overs. Marbled endpapers. Elsevier's woodcut printer's mark on the title, featuring an old man who stands in the shade of a vine-entwined elmtree, symbolising the symbiotic relationship between scholar and publisher. The motto is: 'Non ...

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HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.
HEINSIUS,D.

HEINSIUS,D. Danielis Heinsii Poemata Latina et Graeca; Editio post plurimas postrema longe auctior. Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud Joannem Janssonium, 1649. 12mo. (XII),666,(2 errata),(4 blank) p., frontispiece. Calf 13.5 cm 'Elegantly printed edition of Heinsius' collective neo-Latin & neo-Greek poetry' (Ref: STCN ppn 850068738; Cf. Willems 1613; Berghman 865; Rahir 2013; Ebert 9380; Brunet 3,84; Graesse 3,232; Ebert 9380) (Details: Back elaborately gilt, with 5 raised bands, and with a red morocco letterpiece in the second compartment. Boards with tripple fillet gilt borders, within which is another tripple fillet rectangle with cornerpieces. Marbled endpapers. Engraved frontispiece, depicting a kind of altar on which rests a shield with text; the altar is flanked by an angel and a girl; the angel tramples on a skeleton; above this scene soars a winged Fama, blowing two horns) (Condition: Joints slightly rubbed. Two ...

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HEMSTERHUIS,T. & D. RUHNKEN.  LINDEMANN,F.
HEMSTERHUIS,T. & D. RUHNKEN.  LINDEMANN,F.

HEMSTERHUIS,T. & D. RUHNKEN.- LINDEMANN,F. Vitae duumvirorum Tiberii Hemsterhusii et Davidis Ruhnkenii. Altera ab eodem Ruhnkenio, altera a Dan. Wyttenbachio scripta. Olim in Germania iunctim repetitae nunc iterum editae. Accessit Elogium Ioannis Meermanni, auctore Constantino Cras. Curavit Fridericus Lindemann. Leipzig (Lipsiae), In Libraria Hinrichsiana, 1822. 8vo. 284 p. Contemporary dull stiff wrappers 22 cm (Ref: Graesse 6/1,191; Ebert 19587; Brunet 4,1457) (Details: Margins uncut) (Condition: Spine covered with a strip of brown paper. Boards worn. Paper yellowing and foxed) (Note: The honour of reviving the study of Greek in the Netherlands belongs to the Dutch classical scholar Tiberius Hemsterhuis, 1685-1766, who became professor Mathematics and Philosophy at the Athenaeum of Amsterdam at the age of 19. His great example was the English classical scholar Richard Bentley, 1662-1742 with whom he corresponded early in his ...

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HEMSTERHUIS,T.  BERGMAN,J.Th.
HEMSTERHUIS,T.  BERGMAN,J.Th.
HEMSTERHUIS,T.  BERGMAN,J.Th.

HEMSTERHUIS,T.- BERGMAN,J.Th. Elogium Tiberii Hemsterhusii, auctore Davide Ruhnkenio. Accedunt duae Richardi Bentleji epistolae ad Hemsterhusium. Vita Davidis Ruhnkenii, auctore Daniele Wyttenbachio. Cum praefatione et annotatione edidit Joannes Theodorus Bergman. Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Apud S. & J. Luchtmans, Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud P. den Hengst et Filium, 1824. 8vo. (VIII),XLIV,(IV);532 p. Vellum 22 cm (Ref: Ebert 24055: 'Beste Ausgabe dieser beiden Meisterwerke'; Graesse 6/1,191 & 6/2,481; Spoelder p. 545, Dordrecht 2) (Details: Prize copy, but without the prize. Back and boards gilt, gilt coat of arms of Dordrecht in the centre of both boards. The last 230 pages contain the notes of Bergman) (Condition: Prize gone. Vellum age-toned, back soiled, red label in the 'second compartment' gone. Upper board slightly curved. Several marginal pencil annotations and some foxing) (Note: The honour ...

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HEMSTERHUIS,T.  RUHNKEN,D.
HEMSTERHUIS,T.  RUHNKEN,D.

HEMSTERHUIS,T.- RUHNKEN,D. Elogium Tiberii Hemsterhusii auctore Davide Ruhnkenio. Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Apud Sam. et Joh. Luchtmans, Academiae Typographos, 1768. 8vo. 60,(4 blank) p. Contemporary paper wrappers 22 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 240927982) (Details: First edition. Margins uncut) (Condition: Cover worn. Right edge thumbed and slightly chipping. Paper yellowing) (Note: The honour of reviving the study of Greek in the Netherlands belongs to the Dutch classical scholar Tiberius Hemsterhuis, 1685-1766, who was appointed professor Mathematics and Philosophy at the Athenaeum of Amsterdam at the age of 19. His great example was the English classical scholar Richard Bentley, 1662-1742, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, with whom he corresponded early in his career. In 1705 Hemsterhuis was promoted to a professorship in Harderwijk, and in 1717 he was appointed professor of Greek at the University of Franeker. In 1740 he was ...

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HEPHAESTION.
HEPHAESTION.

HEPHAESTION. HÊPHAISTIÔNÔS ALEXANDREÔS EGCHEIRIDION PERI METRÔN KAI POIÊMATOS. EIS TO AUTO SCHOLIA. Hephaestionis Alexandrini Enchiridion de metris et poemate. Cum scholiis antiquis, et animadversionibus Joannis Cornelii De Pauw. Utrecht (Trajecti ad Rhenum), Apud Melchior. Leonardum Charlois, 1726. (Colophon at the end: Trajecti ad Rhenum, Typis Petri Muntendam) 4to. (IV),188,(7 index),(1) p. Half calf 21 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 185828795; Hoffmann 2,203; Brunet 5,104; Graesse 3,243; Ebert 9451) (Details: Back, rebacked antique style, with 5 raised bands, and with a red morocco shield in the second compartment. The boards are original and are covered with marbled paper. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, depicting the intertwined initials of M.L. Charlois. Edges dyed red) (Condition: Rebacked antique style. The paper on the boards is worn. Corners bumped. Upper margin of the first 2 leaves slightly waterstained) (Note: The ...

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HERMANN,G. Godofredi Hermanni Opuscula. Volumina I-VII. Leipzig (Lipsiae), Apud Gerhardum Fleischerum & Apud Ernestum Fleischerum, 1827 - 1839. 7 volumes. Together 2825 p. Contemporary half calf. 23 cm (Condition: Bindings rubbed. Lacking volume 8, which was published much later, in 1877. Occasionaly foxed, some pencil) (Note: Apart from being of exceptional importance, Hermann's opuscula is a great read; sometimes he prefigures Housman)(Photographs on request)
Book number: 156875 Euro 370.00

Keywords: (Rare Books), antike altertum antiquity

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HERMOGENES.
HERMOGENES.

HERMOGENES. Hermogenis Tarsensis Philosophi ac Rhetoris acutissimi De arte rhetorica praecepta, Aphtonii item Sophistae praeexercitamenta, nuper in Latinum sermonem versa. A Natale de Comitibus Veneto. Basel (Basileae), Apud Petrum Pernam, n.d. (1560 according to VD16) 8vo. (XVI),(II),414,(2 blank),(29 index),(3 blank) p. 17th century limp vellum 18 cm (Ref: VD16 H 2470; Hoffmann 2,216; Ebert 9507) (Details: For the binding has been used a plain piece of parchment with faint traces ruling, never used for writing. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, it depicts a woman leaning on a staff and holding in her right hand a burning oil lamp. The meaning of this scene is explained on another version of Perna's printer's mark which bears the motto: 'Lucerna pedibus meis verbum tuum', which refers to Psalm 119, verse 105: 'Lucerna pedibus meis verbum tuum et lumen semitis meis'. (Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a ...

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HERODOTUS.
HERODOTUS.
HERODOTUS.
HERODOTUS.

HERODOTUS. Herodoti Halicarnassei Historiae libri IX: et de vita Homeri libellus. Illi ex interpretatione Laurentio Vallae adscripta, hic ex interpretatione Conradi Heresbachii; utraque ab Henr. Stephano recognita. Ex Ctesia excerptae historiae. Apologia Henr. Stephani pro Herodoto. Accedit in hac editione Spicilegium Frid. Sylburgii, ad Henr. Stephanum virum clariss. Frankfurt (Francofurti), Apud haeredes Andreae Wecheli, 1584. 8vo. LXXII,592,(88) p. Pigskin 18.5 cm (Ref: VD16 H 2515. Weitere Nummern: VD16 C 6157, VD16 E 4005, VD16 H 2533; Hoffmann 2,236; Graesse 3,256; Ebert 9560, but see also 9542) (Details: Latin translation only. The binding of this book is important in the context of the cultural history of Lutheranism. The binding dates from the last 2 decades of the 16th century. The back has 4 raised bands. The boards are decorated with blind stamped triple fillet borders and a row consisting of floral motives and some tiny ...

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HESIODUS.
HESIODUS.

HESIODUS. HÊSIODOU ASKRAIOU ta heuriskomena. Hesiodi Ascraei quae extant. Daniel Heinsius interpretationem infinitis locis emendavit. Introductionem in Opera & Dies, in qua Hesiodi philosophia nunc primum exponitur, item notas, addidit. Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex Officina Ioannis Patij, Iurati & Ordinarii Academiae Typographi, Prostant in Bibliopolio Commeliniano, 1613. 8vo. 2 parts in 1. (XXXVIII),(2 blank),1-204,(2, second title),205-312,(3),(3 blank) p. Vellum 18.5 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 059312521; Hoffmann 2,249; Graesse 3,263; Ebert 9599) (Details: 6 thongs laced through both joints. First title in red and black. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, it depicts Pallas Athena standing in an archway, at her feet the coat of arms of Leiden. Greek text with opposing Latin translation. The second part contains Heinsius' 'Introductio' and his 'notae, emendationes & observationes in Hesiodum') ...

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HESIODUS.
HESIODUS.

HESIODUS. HÊSIODOU ASKRAIOU TA HEURISKOMENA. Hesiodi Ascraei quae extant. Ex recensione Johannis Georgii Graevii, cum ejusdem animadversionibus & notis. Accedunt notae ineditae Josephi Scaligeri et Francisci Guieti. (Bound with:) Johannis Georgii Graevii Lectiones Hesiodeae, ut & notae Josephi Scaligeri et Franscisci Guieti. Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud Danielem Elzevirium, 1667. 8vo. 2 volumes in 1: (XXXII),163,(9 fragmenta); (IV),183,8 (7 index & 1 errata),(1 blank) p. Vellum 16 cm (Ref: STCN 850625599; Neue Pauly, Supplement 2, p. 282: Hesiodus EF 10; Willems 1378; Berghman 830; Rahir 1439; Brunet 3,141; Graesse 3,263; Ebert 9603; Dibdin 2,34/35; Moss 1,470) (Details: Greek text and Latin translation. Boards with blind fillet border. First title printed in red and black. Woodcut printer's mark of Louis and Daniel Elzevier on both titles, both showing different versions of the Minerva type; they depict Minerva under ...

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HESIODUS. Hesiodi Ascraei Quae exstant, ex recensione Joannis Georgii Graevii. Cum ejusdem animadversionibus & notis auctioribus. Accedit commentarius nunc primum editus Joannis Clerici, et Notae Variorum, scilicet Josephi Scaligeri, Danielis Heinsii, Francisci Guieti, & Stephani Clerici, ac Danielis Heinsii introductio in doctrinam Operum et Dierum. Nec non index Georgii Pasoris. Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud G. Gallet, praefectum Typographiae Huguetanorum, 1701. 8vo. 2 volumes in 1: (XXVI),351,(1);(VIII),326 p., frontispiece, 2 folding plates. Vellum. 21 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 23618525X; Hoffmann 2,250; Brunet 3,141; Graesse 3,263; Ebert 9604: 'it is scarce and belongs to the series 'cum notis Variorum'; Dibdin 2,35; Moss 1,470/71) (Details: Greek text and parallel Latin translation. Boards with blind stamped decoration. Title printed in red & black. The frontispiece depicts a bucolic scene with group of nymphs, one of ...

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HESIODUS. De Werken en Dagen van Hesiodus. Naar het Grieksch in Nederduitsche verzen gevolgd door D.J. van Lennep. Tweede druk. Amsterdam, Bij P. Meijer Warnars, 1834. 8vo. XX (recte XXII); 62,(2 blank) p., 1 plate. Contemporary boards. 20 cm (Ref: Geerebaert 45,2; OiN p. 199) (Details: Fine copy. Title page completely engraved by the Dutch artist Philippus Velijn. The introduction numbers 20 pages, the Dutch translation in iambic verser 40 pages; notes on pages 41/62) (Collation: *2 (chi 1, the title, inserted between leaf *1 and *2), (2)*8, 1-4/8 (the last leaf, leaf 4/8 blank)) (Photographs on request)
Book number: 154228 Euro 80.00

Keywords: (Rare Books), Dichtung, Dutch imprints, Dutch translations, Greek literature, Greek mythology, Griechische Literatur, Hesiod, Hesiodus, Landwirtschaft, Poesie, agriculture, antike altertum antiquity, economy, griechische Mythologie, hexameter, poetry, ...

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HESYCHIUS. HÊSUCHIOU LEXIKON, cum variis doctorum virorum notis vel editis antehac, vel ineditis, Junii, Scaligeri, Salmasii, Palmerii, Guieti, Sopingii, Cocceii, Gronovii, Tanaq. Fabri, &c. Accurante Cornelio Schrevelio. Accessit Joh. Pricaei index auctorum, qui ab Hesychio laudantur. Leiden (Lugd. Batav.), Rotterdam (Roterod.), Ex officina Hackiana, 1668. 4to. (X),1003,(1 blank) p. Calf 25 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 063282208; Hoffmann 2,261; Brunet 3,1 146; Ebert 9640; Graesse 3,266) (Details: Back with 5 raised bands. Big engraved printer's device on the title: an eagle soaring above a city, in its beak a banner with the motto 'Movendo') (Condition: Cover very scuffed and worn. Upper part of the back, 2 compartments, gone. Joints splitting. Title dustsoiled. A few old ink annotations. Paper yellowing) (Note: The first new edition since the Aldus-edition of 1520, with annotations by famous scholars. Brunet ...

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HIERAKOSOPHION.
HIERAKOSOPHION.
HIERAKOSOPHION.
HIERAKOSOPHION.
HIERAKOSOPHION.
HIERAKOSOPHION.
HIERAKOSOPHION.

HIERAKOSOPHION. HIERAKOSOPHION. Rei Accipitrariae scriptores nunc primum editi. Accessit KUNOSOPHION. Liber de cura canum. Ex biblioth. Regia Medicea. (Hoc volumine continentur 'Demetrii Constantinop. de re accipitraria liber, a Petro Gillio latine redditus; Alius liber de re accipitraria, latine redditus ab eodem P. Gillio; Libellus de cura canum, latine versus ab Andrea Aurifabro Vratislavienssi medico; Epistola Aquilae Symmachi et Theodotionis ad Ptolemaeum regem Aegypti, de re accipitraria, catalanica lingua; De diversis generibus falconum, sive accipitrum (...) Ex libro incerti auctoris, De Natura Rerum; Jacobi-Augusti Thuani de re accipitraria libri III; Hier. Fracastorii Alcon, sive de cura canum venaticorum) (Edidit N. Rigault) Paris (Lutetiae), Typis Regiis excudebat C. Morellus, 1612. 4to. 3 parts in 1 volume: (XVI),278,(16 index),(2 blank); (XII),211,(1 blank);120 pages. 18th century mottled calf 23.5 cm. 'Editio princeps' of some ...

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