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About this Item: ex Tip. V. Ursini,, Napoli, 1789. 2 p. in un gr. vol. in folio gr., pp. (4), XX, 668; VIII, 116, CLXXX, 10, bella leg. primo '900 m. pelle con tass. e tit. oro e fregi al d., piatti in cart. dec. Tagli rossi. Al I tomo belliss. antip. inc. in rame a p. pag. da A. Zaballi e su entrambi i voll. vignetta in rame al front. raff. veduta di Napoli con il Vesuvio. Con 59 tavv. inc. in rame da Cimarelli, spesso ripp. o su doppia pag., nel I vol. e altre 10 nel II vol. Capilett. e fregi xilogr. Moltissime incis. n.t., anche come gr. testat., raff. sigilli, medaglie, monete, sigle, iscrizioni, monogrammi, etc. PMM 158 per ediz. orig. Splendido esempl. in barbe, in ottimo stato di conservaz. [071]. Seller Inventory # CAT27-279

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About this Item: Ex Typographia Vincentii Ursini, Neapoli, 1789. In-folio de (8-)XX--668 pp. MABILLON (Jean). De Re diplomatica Librorum supplementum. In quo archetypa in his libris, pro regulis proposita, ipsaeque regulae denuo consirmantur, novisque speciminibus & argumentis asseruntur & illustrantur. Opera & studio Domni Johannis Mabillon, presbyteri & monachi Ordinis S. Benedicti e Congregatione S. Mauri. Tertia atque nova editio?tisque nunc primum illustrata a marchione Bumbae Johanne Adimari. Neapoli, Ex Typographia Vincentii Ursini, 1789. In-folio de In-folio de VIII-116-CLXXX pp. Ensemble 2 vol. grand in-folio, demi-veau racin?, dos orn?s ? nerfs, pi?ces de titre et de tomaison rouge et verte (reli? vers 1810). Troisi?me ?dition augment?e pour la premi?re fois des additions de Giovanni Adimari Giovanni, marquis de Bomba (1712-1792). Rare. Belle ?dition napolitaine de cet ouvrage monumental, ? laquelle est jointe le Suppl?ment. Un frontispice grav? par Zaballi. ? Cet ?norme volume si riche, si neuf, si clair dans sa complexit?, a surpris tous les savants d'Europe. Il t?moigne de la ma?trise ? laquelle Mabillon ?tait parvenu dans l'?tude et la critique des divers types de manuscrits anciens. Le De Re diplomatica a donn? pour deux si?cles leur physionomie aux sciences auxiliaires de l'histoire : sa publication constitue une date essentielle des ?tudes historiques ? (En fran?ais dans le texte). Bel exemplaire ? grandes marges. Petites r?parations aux pages de titre. Brunet III, 1263 ; En fran?ais dans le texte, 117. Seller Inventory # 14965

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De re diplomatica libri VI . Editio: Mabillon, Johannis

Mabillon, Johannis

Published by Caroli Robustel, Luteciae-Parisiorum (1709)

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About this Item: Caroli Robustel, Luteciae-Parisiorum, 1709. Large folio, pp. [32], 460, 457*-460*, 461-648, [32]; extra engraved title page by P. Giffart after P. Monier, woodcut device on title page, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, large folding double-page facsimile, 58 full-page engravings in the pagination (15 double-page), plus several smaller woodcut illustrations; bound with: Librorum De re Diplomatica supplemtetum., Luteciae-Parisiorum: Caroli Robustel, 1704, pp. viii, 116; woodcut device on title page, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, 8 engraved folding facsimiles and 2 full-page engraved facsimiles in the pagination, 6 smaller engravings and 5 woodcuts in the text; contemporary full calf, gilt-decorated spine, new red morocco label; occasional spots and stains throughout, leaves occasionally wrinkled, some neat restoration at the joints and corners; in all a good, sound, and complete copy. First published in 1681, "this work established the study of diplomatics. Written as a refutation of Daniel Papebroch's questioning of the authority of several of the charters in the Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, the work established new principles for the study of documents, and was well received by, amongst others, Colbert and his successor Le Tellier. At the behest of the latter, Louis XIV, sent Mabillon in 1685 to Italy, where he acquired some 3000 books and manuscripts for the royal collection. The Supplementum of 1704 was written in response to the Jesuit Germon's attempt to disprove Mabillon's theories" (Macclesfield 4590). Seller Inventory # 46373

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