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sit præstitum I docet Epistola ad Lectorem, I ARGENTORATI, I Impensis epistle and the letter from Johann Ludwig Hawenreuter, both dated The Nomenclatura (a Latin-FrenchGerman classified dictionary in 22 sections) occupies pp. The paper presents etymologies of Latin or Greek teeth names, their dating from the 10th – 11th century (Fischer , p. ). Francofurti: Impensis Io. Commendatory Latin verses, by L. Humfrey; W. Fleetwood, recorder of Eiusdem Buchanani trogoedia, quae inscribitur Jephthes— Impensis H. But has H. Middleton's device, and is annexed to his edition of the Old Testament of this date.

Literature Twentieth-century Latin American fiction holds a prominent position among world literatures. Preeminent collections at Princeton of literary manuscripts and correspondence of major writers include not only drafts of works, but notebooks and diaries recording the genesis of ideas for essays and fiction. Extensive correspondence among prominent writers and intellectuals documents the debates of the day, offers critiques of contemporary culture, and exposes the private lives of the famous and near-famous.

Finding aids are available and catalog records are maintained in the MASC database. The Manuscripts Division adds continually to these collections. Natural History and the Environment An environmentally focused reading of many traditional texts of discovery, conquest, description and travel, and indigenous life yields new interpretations of Latin American ecologies and how they are affected by human habitation.

While these texts are often dispersed amidst other topics, they remain invaluable sources for understanding the flora and fauna as well as the physical environment of the New World. Some photographs and manuscripts are also found in the Public Policy Papers. Government With the important exception of Brazil, which first became an empire and then a republicmost Latin American colonies became republics during the first quarter of the 19th century.

Reflecting the strong economic and political interests of the United States, collections of printed materials and manuscripts tend to emphasize those areas, as well as foreign relations.

Topics related to the Cold War and Mexico remained prominent for most of the 20th century. Political Parties and Movements Throughout much of the 20th century, Latin Americans experienced dictatorships, which not infrequently received U. With the Cuban Revolution of and a subsequent array of pro-democracy movements elsewhere in Latin America, a substantial grass-roots documentation appeared in the form of flyers, posters, serials, and similar ephemera, particularly from the popular sectors in urban areas.

The Rare Books Division holds extensive coverage for Chile including photographs taken during the Pinochet dictatorship ; other countries similarly represented are Uruguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru. Some of these materials as well as many not included in these collections have been preserved on microfilm by the Library.

Printing and Publishing The study of works published in the Americas during the colonial period can provide insights into the diffusion of information as well as the development of intellectual and spiritual life. Many important religious texts as well as works devoted to the administration of the colonies are present, particularly in the Scheide Library. The archives of Charles Scribner's Sons and the correspondence of various writers with their literary agents and publishers provide insights into post publishing.

Extensive documentation on the "Boom" writers of the s covers important aspects of the internationalization of Latin American literature through extensive translation and publication in Europe and the U. The archive of the Americas Society's Review covers additional aspects. These collections are in the Manuscripts Division. Religion Documentation of religious practices, doctrine, and missionary activities is provided by 16th- and 17th-century texts, many of which also provide insights into indigenous spiritual life.

Some of these works served Catholics in their daily spiritual observances; others are likely to have been used exclusively by the clergy. Guide compiled in February by Peter T. Impensis Levini Hulsii, The show consisted of more than books, manuscripts, prints and maps on Latin American history between the Age of Discovery and the early nineteenth century. The items were grouped according to particular sub-themes such as trade and commerce, missionaries and conquistadors, legal aspects of the Spanish Empire, reform during the eighteenth century, and the governmental crisis in Iberia during the Napoleonic years and the concomitant unrest in America.

As a record of the exhibition, the Library published a 31 page illustrated catalogue of the show with text by Patricia Marks and a "Selected Checklist of the Exhibition" pp.

The Library is also gathering recent and current ephemeral political, constitutional, and electoral material from various Latin American countries. To date, material stored in archival boxes and given LC call numbers from the following countries has been added.

A corresponding call number is provided for each collection as well as links to finding aids or to catalog records that for the most part describe in considerable detail the contents of the collections. Second Edition revised and corrected by Peter T. September [ DR Z Call number is Ex Also see the Spring issue of the Princeton University Library Chronicle for several articles relating to the Library's Latin American holdings, especially, pp. Inthe Collection of ephemera from the Peruvian insurrection, collected by Gustavo Gorriti Ellenbogen, was opened to the public.

It consists of printed documents and other materials authored by the Sendero Luminoso Shining Path as well as material related to the Peruvian government's response to its insurrection. Finding aids are available thru the Library's online catalogue. The formats or genre most commonly included are pamphlets, flyers, leaflets, brochures, posters, stickers, and postcards.

These items were originally created by a wide array of social activists, non-governmental organizations, government agencies, political parties, public policy think tanks, and other types of organizations in order to publicize their views, positions, agendas, policies, events, and activities.

The vast majority are rare, hard-to-find primary sources unavailable elsewhere. Recent quarter dark green morocco over early marbled boards. Gilt lettering to spine. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Slight loss to upper corners of leaves, not affecting text. Woodcut publisher's devices to title-page and large phoenix device to last leaf.

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Small head and tail-pieces. First edition of this work of art theory, painting and scupture, divided into six dialogues.

It is an invaluable guide to numerous artists and art collections of the day. Leather Spine Marbled Boards. First Edition; Hard Cover] [Bookseller: Nouum testamentum - 2 parties en un volume in Parisiis, apud Petrum Haultinum, in vico Iacobaeo,in, 2 parties en un volume in [80 x mm]: Les pages de titre de ses exemplaires portent sa devise en latin: Librairie Alain Brieux] Grabador: Antiquariat im Baldreit] Mar.

Owners bookplate on inside frontboard. Titelpage repaires for old cut Waterstains on endpapers [Bookseller: Basel, Heinrich Petri, Gestochener Titel, [15] Blatt, [recte ], [2] Seiten, Blatt. Erste Ausgabe des von Marcus Hopper herausgegebenen Werkes. Graesse, Tresor de livres rares et precieux Tome 2, mit falscher Jahreszahl. Em assumiu o cargo de guarda-mor da Torre do Tombo. Modern replica in flexible parchment, contemporary style. This is a very rare first edition of the three reports about the Khambhat War in India, and include one of the most important accounts on the Diu siege in This was one of the most celebrated victories of the Portuguese in the Far East and from that date on Diu was under Portuguese domain until Between and we was secretary of the Portuguese Trading post in Antwerp.

From this date he dedicates to his historical and literary works, exchanging letters with several humanists, among them Erasmus of Rotherdam and Pietro Bembo. In he was nominated Chief Librarian at Torre do Tombo Portuguese archives officially existing since In was arrested by the Inquisition. Most of his Latin works were published outside Portugal, having been edited several times.

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Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro su tass. Luigi Alamanni letterato fiorentino, deve la sua fama proprio al poema Coltivazione.

Implicato nella congiura del contro Giulio de' Medici, l'A. Quest'opera, divisa in sei libri e scritta a imitazione delle Georgiche di Virgilio, fu dedicata al re Francesco I, a cui fu presentata dalla delfina Caterina de' Medici.

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Appendix ex praeludiis castigatior. Antica nota manoscritta di possesso alla sguardia del conte veronese Leonardo Miniscalchi. Legatura settecentesca in pieno cartonato rigido con titoli in oro su tassello in pelle al dorso; tagli spruzzati. Qualche sporadico e piccolo alone. I cinque libri degli Amori, scritti in versi elegiaci, furono composti nel e rimasero a lungo inediti.

Tutti i componimenti poetici, rilevanti per l'ottimo stile e per le molte notizie contenute, sono dedicati ad alcuni protagonisti della vita intellettuale dell'epoca: Signed 19th-century red morocco, covers triple-ruled and spine compartments stamped and lettered in gilt; board edges double-ruled in gilt, arch and daisy gilt roll with dentelles on turn-ins, marbled endpapers.

Binder's minute rubber-stamp reading "Petit Succr. Five leaves with marginal words, numbers, underlining, or accents in an early hand; a French genealogical note, written in another hand, tucked into the front cover. Howard, small booklabel "AHA" at rear.

On the device, see: Bound as above; a few miniscule scuffs on covers.