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PAULY, Antonio

Published by Ed.de la Sociedad Argentina de Estudios Geográficos, Buenos Aires (1926)

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Item Description: Ed.de la Sociedad Argentina de Estudios Geográficos, Buenos Aires, 1926. Book Condition: Muy buen estado. Figuras intercaladas en el texto y un plano plegado 52 págs. Bookseller Inventory # pauly

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Pauly, Antonio

Published by Buenos Aires (1928)

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Item Description: Buenos Aires, 1928. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Book Condition: Muy bien. Ilustrado Con un tiro de polilla en el margen de las primeras hojas Encuadernado en medio cuero. 200 páginas 25 x 17 cm. Bookseller Inventory # 801.114

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PAULY, Antonio

Published by Casa Jacobo Peuser Ltda., Buenos Aires (1928)

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Item Description: Casa Jacobo Peuser Ltda., Buenos Aires, 1928. Book Condition: Muy buen estado. Con 17 láminas y un mapa. Muy buen ejemplar encuadernado en medio cuero con hierros y tejuelos. Encuadernacion en medio cuero con nervios y tejuelos. 200 págs. Bookseller Inventory # paulydos

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Claudiano Claudio - Aviano - Del Rio Martino Antonio

Published by Ex officina Christophori Plantini,, Antverpiae, (1585)

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Item Description: Ex officina Christophori Plantini,, Antverpiae, 1585. 3 voll. in un tomo in-16° antico (128x82mm), pp. 351; 29, (2); 80, (4); legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con unghie e titolo dorato al dorso. Residuo di ex-libris antico al contropiatto. Due ex-libris manoscritti antichi perspicuamente vergati al primo foglio del titolo. Capilettera ornati su legno. Dedicatorie al primo vol. a Corneliis Preuen, al terzo ad Antonio Del Rio. In principio del I vol., un carme latino del Graphei. Seguono una succinta biografia di Claudiano e un regesto degli scritti del poeta latino. In fine del terzo volume, elenco degli autori citati nel commento. Esemplare studiato, con numerose glosse e sottolineature di mano antica. Diffuse bruniture. Il primo volume raccoglie l'opera omnia claudianea, ripubblicando il testo fissato dal Pulmann nella sua edizione plantiniana del 1571-72. Il secondo, sempre per le cure del Pulmann, è occupato dal testo delle "Favole" di Aviano, in testo più fededegno rispetto alle impressioni precedenti e contiene, in fine, una breve vita di Aviano sempre estrapolata dal Giraldi. La terza opera è un commento a Claudiano di Martino Antonio Del Rio. L'edizione del Pulmann è forse testualmente la migliore prima di quella lachmanniana del 1845 (cfr. O. Crusius in Pauly-Wissowa, II, 2372). Il Del Rio (Anversa, 1551-Lovanio, 1608), di famiglia spagnola, fu uomo dottissimo e scrisse di filologia, diritto, teologia. Aviano fu, secondo il modello precedente di Fedro, un adattatore latino della favolistica esopiana. La sua opera più rilevante restano i "Disquisitionum magicarum libri VI" (Magonza, 1600), a lungo usati come manuale dai giureconsulti nei processi di stregoneria. Brunet, II, 88. Graesse, II, 193. Adams, C-2078 (per Claudiano), A-2318 (per Aviano) e D-241 (per il commento del Del Rio). Bookseller Inventory # 8843

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Item Description: -,, Berlin, 1927. OBrosch. Berlin, -, 1927. 15 + 1 + 4 S. OBrosch. Hds. Bleistift-Notiz a. T., mit zwei Verschlußmarken des Tanzpalais Valencia, leichte Faltspur, leichte Gbrsp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 13138AB

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Gregotti [Direttore responsabile], Vittorio:

Published by Milan: Editrice CIPIA, (1980)

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Item Description: Milan: Editrice CIPIA, 1980. Softcover/Paperback. 128 Seiten; Plus 40 nn S. Zustand: sehr gut; Cover lichtrandig, Inhalt: La questione del clitne by Pierre-Alain Croset Dall-orologica alla farfalla by Jacques Gubler E i mobili? Me lo chiede? By Julius Posener La matita del cliente by Tim Benton Le Corbusier e l`Arlecchino by Pierre Saddy Una conversazione con Heidi Weber by Pierre-Alain Croset Il progetto Wanner by Christian Sumi Il nostro cliente e it nostro padrone by Jean-Louis Cohen Piuttosto visionario . . . by Brian Brace Taylor A Roma con Bottai by Giorgio Ciucci Sul cantiere di Marsiglia by Daniele Pauly Le Corbusier a Mosca by Christian Borngraber I clienti di le Corbusier by Brigitte de Cosmi e Pierre-Alain Croset Sistema parete [Partizione interne per l`edilizia industrializzata Castelli] Una ceramica per l`interno e l`esterno [La Monocottura Ragno] I proiettori UFO [Tecnologia per la luce iGuzzini] Morna [Filosofia di un letto: Un progetto di Afra e Tobia Scarpa, Molteni & Co.] OSA -- Open System Ariston [Un progetto di Makio Hasuike] Diesis [Un esempio di coerenza: Un progetto di Antonio Citterio e Paolo Nava, B&B Italia] Anhang: original Texte und Translation/Übersetzung in englisch und deutsch ue10009 Sprache: it Gewicht in Gramm: 1200. Bookseller Inventory # 90632

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Item Description: Stampata ne Borghi di Belisania per Aldiviva Licante all' Insegna dell' Orso in Peata. Se vende nella strada del Corallo alla porta del Palazzo d'Orlando. E si ristamperà ogn' anno con nuova aggiunta. Venice c, 1720. 8vo, pp. 64; with vignette on title; original limp paste-board, spine reinforced with 19th century marbled paper (paper now chipped). Apparently the second edition of the first important satire on the state of contemporary opera. As well as being a successful composer, Marcello was a lawyer and a member of the Forty. His sharp and amusing work is directed at every aspect of life in opera houses at the time - giving satirical instructions to singers, dancers, copyists, designers, ticket-sellers, etc., etc. Its success was immediate and its long-term influence significant. 'The operatic reforms of the later 18th century can be regarded as having been brought about in part by the critical writings of men such as Marcello, especially if they had his broad classical education paired with a thorough knowledge of music and the world of opera. Among these writings the Teatro alla Moda, because of the specific terms in which its criticism is expressed and the convincing and amusing manner of representation, can be regarded as outstanding' (Pauly). All early editions are undated and their chronology has never been established with absolute certainty, although Tessier's datings are now generally accepted. The titlepage of this edition corresponds to Tessier's second, there are 64 numbered pages and no mispagination. It has been suggested that one of the figures in the figures in the title vignette represents the composer Antonio Vivaldi. With a contemporary calligraphic inscription on the front endpaper: 'Del Cavr. Anton Maria Boni'. Bookseller Inventory # 17449

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Item Description: Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Apud Cornelium Boutesteyn & Johannem du Vivié, 1706., 1706. 4to. (XXXVI),903,(63 indices) p. Vellum 25.5 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,379: 'Noch immer sehr gesuchte Ausgabe und durch die neueste Bearbeitung nicht entbehrlich gemacht'. ; Dibdin 1,341: 'This edition (.) has as much literary merit as any of the Dutch editions of the classics in 4to. The notes of other critics are selected with judgment, and the explanatory remarks of Gronovius must give every scholar the most exalted idea of his singular erudition'. Moss 2,204/5; Ernesti Fabr. Bibliotheca Latina 3,10: 'Haec editio repetita est'. Ernesti calls this edition 'luculenta'.; Brunet 2,2 1524: 'Édition la meilleure qui ait paru jusqu'ici'; Neue Pauly Suppl. 2, p. 261; Spoelder p. 527, Delft 1) (Details: Prize copy of the Schola Latina of the city of Delft, without the prize. Back with 5 raised bands; short title in second compartment; gilt double fillet borders on both covers, gilt fleur-de-lis in all 4 corners; gilt Y in the center of both covers. Engraved frontispiece by Goeree/Sluyter, depicting the Roman author in his study at work at his desk; he has just started writing the first sentence of the last chapter of his book (liber XX, caput 11) on the role of papyrus in front of him. We read: 'P. Lavinii liber est non'. In front of Gellius are burning oil lamps; through the window one sees a moonlit Athens. Title in red and black; engraved scene of a walled city, presumably Athens, on the title) (Condition: vellum age-toned, somewhat soiled and scratched; small stain on the frontcover; front flyleaf and the prize gone; front joint partly split; small stamp on the title; some foxing) (Note: The 'Noctes Atticae' of the Roman author Aulus Gellius, ca. A.D. 130 - ca. 180, contain many delightful scenes which he collected during his student days at Athens. The 'Attic Nights' is in fact a 'collection of mainly short chapters, dealing with a great variety of topics: philosophy, history, law, grammar, literary criticism, textual questions and many others'. (.) 'the great usefulness of the Noctes Atticae is derived from the preservation of countless fragments of earlier writers'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 460) The editions of classical writers of Latin prose produced by the Dutch scholar of German origin Johann Friedrich Gronov, 1611-1671, mark a epoch in the study of Livy, the Senecas, Tacitus and Gellius. (Sandys 2,319/21) He published his first Gellius edition in 1651, which is praised by Ernesti/Fabricius as 'emendatissimam'. Johann Friedrich was appointed 'professor eloquentiae' at the Athenaeum Illustre of Deventer in 1642. Here he started a period of continuous and fruitful scholarly activity. In 1658 he came to Leiden to succeed Daniel Heinsius as professor of Greek and History. In 1687 the son of Johann Friedrich, Jacobus (Jakob) Gronovius, 1645-1716, who was professor of classics at Leiden from 1679 till his death, produced a new edition of his father's Gellius. He added to it the commentary written by his father at an earlier date. This commentary only covers the books I-IX. In 1706 Jacobus Gronovius published another revised and augmented edition. It contains a great number of observations of Antony Thys, or Antonius Thysius, ca. 1603-1665, professor of Poiesis of the University at Leyden, and Jacobus Oiselius, 1631-1686, and Johannes Fredricus Gronovius, the father of Jacobus. It offers also the collations of 2 manuscripts by the German scholar Kasper Schoppe, or Gasparus Scioppius, 1599-1649. Jacobus Gronovius received those collations, he tells in the 'Dedicatio' from the Italian publisher/librarian Antonio Magliabechi, 1633-1714, who possessed a Gellius edition once owned and annotated by Schioppius. ('Scias' writes Magliabechi to Gronovius, 'igitur servari in mea Bibliotheca (.) Gellium ipsa Scioppii manu adnotatum, & variantibus lectionibus non uno in loco illustratum'. (p. *4 recto) This edition also offers some excerpta from the corrections of the Belgian latinist Louis Carrion, or Ludovicus Carrio, 1547-1595, who had published a Gell. Bookseller Inventory # 150550

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