Lot 147 of 253:
By the "Father of Psychology" 1549  

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Le Declamationi Sillane di Gio. Lodovico Vives Valentiano. Tradotte di Latino in volgare per Gio. Domenico Tarsia Iustinopolitano

Vives, Juan Luis

In Vinegia [i.e. Venice]

Nelle case di Pietro de Nicolini da Sabbio



[8], 143 [i.e. 127] leaves (but lacking the final leaf). Woodcut historiated initials. (8vo) 15x10 cm (6x4"), period limp vellum. First Edition.

Writings by the "Father of Psychology," Juan Luis Vives (1493-1540), the Italian-born scholar and humanist who spent most of his adult life in the Southern Netherlands. This copy lacks the final leaf, numbered 143 but actually 127, due to numerous errors in the foliation. 

Lot Amendments

Covers worn, detached from the binding, holes in front cover and spine; some staining, occasional ink marginalia, old ownership signature tot title-page; good.

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