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Discorso al serenissimo Don Cosimo II, gran duca di Toscana : intorno alle cose, che stanno sù l'acqua, ò che in quella si muouono
di Galileo Galilei ..., T.p. and dedication for Risposta alle oppositioni by Galileo Galilei are included at [1]-[4] (2nd group)., Signatures: [cross]², [cross]², A-G⁴, H⁶., Handwritten notes throughout text.
Disputatio de coelo : in tres partes diuisa, de natura cœli, de motu cœli, de motoribus cœli abstractis : adjecta est apologia dictorum Aristotelis de via lactea, de facie in orbe lunæ
Caesaris Cremonini ..., At head of title: Caesaris Cremonini centensis in schola patavina philosophi primæ sedis., Adiecta est apologia dictorum Aristotelis de via lactea, de facie in orbe lunæ has separate t.p. and page numbering., Includes errata., Signatures: [dagger]-3[dagger]⁴ 4[dagger]⁶ A-3D⁴ a-m⁴., Head- and tail-pieces., Includes indexes.
Dissertatio cum Nuncio sidereo nuper ad mortales misso a Galilæo Galilæo
Ioannis Kepleri ..., Handwritten on t.p.: Monastery B.V.M. in Osser, Anno 1721.
Diuina proportione : opera a tutti glingegni perspicaci e curiosi necessaria oue ciascun studioso di philosophia: prospectiua pictura sculptura: architectura: musica: e altre mathematice: suauissima: sottile: e admirabile doctrina consequira: e delectaras
Author's name at head of dedication: Frater Lucas Patiolus ..., Place and date of imprint from colophon., Colophon (at end of Tractatus tertius): "Venetiis impressum per ... Paganinum de Paganinis de Brixia ... Anno redemptionis nostre M.D.VIIII. Klen. Iunii Leonardo Lauretano Ve. rem. pu. gubernante. pontificatus Iulii. II. anno. VI." Colophon also at end of "Pars prima" with slight variations., Title in red and black; initials., The geometrical figures accompanying the text are printed in the margin., Leaf 25 misnumbered 17 (2nd group), 14 as 15 (3rd group), 16-26 as 17-27., Manuscript notes in margins., Manuscript corrections in text: leaf 3a (2nd group)., DeGolyer Collection bookplate.
Eis tēn Tetrabiblon tou Ptolemaiou exēgētēs anōnumos = In Clavdii Ptolemæi Qvadripartitvm enarrator ignoti nominis, quem tamen Proclvm fuisse quidam existimant
item Porphuriou philosophou eisagōgē eis tēn apotelesmatikēn to Ptolemaiō ; Porphyrii Philosophi introductio in Ptolemæi opus de effectibus astrorum ; praeterea Hermetis Philosphi De revolvtionibvs natiuitatum libri duo, incerto interprete., The commentaries, or introductions to Tetrabiblon or Quadripartitum by Claudius Ptolemy, attributed to Proclus and Porphyry, were printed in Greek and Latin in Basle, 1559. Cf. W. Smith, Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology., An Introduction to the Tetrabiblon of Ptolemy is attributed by some to Porphyry, by others to Antiochus., Title in Greek and Latin., Signatures: a-b⁶ A-R⁶ 2A-2E⁶ 2F⁸., Imprint from colophon., Initials; side notes; printer's device on p. [1] at end., Printed in parallel columns in Greek and Latin., Page 207 misnumbered 217 and numerous other pagination errors., Includes index., Errata on p. [23] at the beginning., Bookplate on t.p.: "Bibliothecæ Romagnoli, Cæsenæ Via S. Zenonis".
Ephemerides coelestium motuum Io. Antonii Magini Patavini, ... ab anno Domini 1611 vsque ad annum 1630 iusxta Copernici obseruationes accuratissimè supputatæ, correctæ, & auctæ, ad longitudinem inclyta Venetiarum urbis ... : quibus additum est eiusdem Sup
Earlier editions issued between 1582 and 1610 covered different ranges of years. Cf. NUC pre-1956., Signatures: a⁴ b² A-S⁸ R⁴, ²A-G⁴, A-S⁸ T⁶, A-S⁸ T⁶., Title vignette (publisher's device)., Head- and tail-pieces., Includes indexes., With: Supplementum Ephemeridvm, ac tabularum secundorum mobilium / Io. Antonii Magini Patauini. Venetiis : Apud Hæredem Damiani Zenarij, 1614.
Epistolæ W. Schickarti & M. Berneggeri mutuæ.
Signatures: A-I¹² K⁸., Head- and tail-pieces., At the head of p. 217: Literæ Nicolai Fabricij, Domini de Peirese ad Matthiam Berneggerum de Schickardo., Pages at end of text contain mourning poems for Schickard by Balthasar Viaßius and Samuel Petit., With: Epistolæ J. Keppleri & M. Berneggeri mutuæ. Argentorati : Sumptibus Josiæ Stædelii, 1672.
Epytoma Joa[n]nis de Mo[n]te Regio in Almagestu[m] Ptolomei.
Begun by Georg von Peurbach, completed by Joannes Regiomontanus., Edited by Giovanni Abiosi., Full page woodcut on signature a3 verso showing planisphere crossed by the signs of the zodiac, with the figures of Ptolemy and Regiomontanus., Caption title: Cl. Ptolemei alexandrini Astronomo[rum] principia ... id est in Magnam Constructione[m]: Georgij purbachij: eiusq[ue] discipuli Johannis de Regio monte Astronomicon Epitoma., Place of publication and date taken from p. [3] (2nd group) verso., P. [11]-[12] are placed after p. [4].