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1467 Meditationes, Juan de Torquemada

750,00 300,00

Facsimile edition in 1998 the incunabula of 1467: Meditationes (Meditations) written by Juan de Torquemada. Original in the National Library of Spain. Written in Latin and printed in Rome in 1467, with color illustrations.

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1475 Atlas and cosmography of Ptolemy

4.500,00 2.250,00

The manuscript of the University of Valencia (size: 44.1 x 30.5 cm) is of unique beauty, consisting of 216 pages useful, except the 104, two columns and 57 lines. The material used is vellum. Letter of the fifteenth century with miniadas borders in gold and colors, with an angel holding hollow crown to shield capital letters in gold and color, red titles and claims ten leaves.

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1494 Of the illustrious women romance, Boccaccio

900,00 450,00

Facsimile of incunabula published in 1494 in Zaragoza under the title of “the clear, excellent and famous Damas”, the work of Giovanni Boccaccio, of the illustrious women in romance (Claris mulieribus), whose original is kept in the Library Nacional of Spain. Spanish medieval texts.

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Beatus of Liebana codex of El Burgo de Osma, 1086

4.500,00 3.150,00

Beatus of Burgo de Osma, as recorded in various parts of the codex was written by the cleric Pedro and illustrated by Martino in 1086. There architectures with floral decorations that are Hellenistic. Other, Romanesque and Carolingian, lacking traditional indigenous. The illuminator has a classic artist, a contemporary Western aesthetics.

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Books chess, dice and tables Alfonso X the Wise, s. XIII

3.500,00 2.975,00

TI6 facsimile edition of the manuscript of the Library of El Escorial (Books Games Axedrez, craps tables of Alfonso X the Wise), consisting of two volumes: the first, with the faithful reproduction full color (gold included) Codex . alfonsí thirteenth century, consisting of 100 parchment sheets of 29 x 42 cm.

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Breviari d’Amor (Breviary of Love), s. XV (BNE)

3.600,00 1.800,00

The Breviari d’Amor, originally written in Provencal by the Franciscan monk Matfre Ermengaud of Béziers between 1288 and 1292, and translated into Valencia (probably by Guillem de Copons) one hundred years later, he was in Western Europe rapid and continuous acceptance throughout the Middle ages.