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DU CHOUL, Guillaume (1496 ca.-1560) - Discorso della Religione Antica de Romani, insieme un'altro Discorso della Castramentatione, & Disciplina Militare, Bagni, & Essercitij Antichi. Lyon: Guillaume Rouille, 1569.The Italian translation by Gabriele Simeoni, accompanied by a very wide illustrative apparatus, of this treatise by Guillaume du Choul, French antiquarian, humanist, numismatist and collector, on the military and religious customs of the Romans, which appeared for the first time in 1555 by the same publisher. The numerous woodcut illustrations are attributed by Baudrier to Pierre Eskrich.2 parts in one volume, 4to (217 x 163mm). Titles with printer's device, the author's coat of arms within an architectural woodcut frame on the versos, a folded plate, numerous half and full page woodcuts, headpieces and woodcut initials (some soiling and light browning, folding plate reinforced on verso). 18th-century speckled calf decorated in gilt, gilt title on spine, red speckled edges (rebacked preserving part of the original spine, modern endpapers); preserved in a marbled paper modern box. Provenance: round red stamp with stylized letters inside including C and S on title's verso.ENDU CHOUL, Guillaume (1496 ca.-1560) - Discorso della Religione Antica de Romani, insieme un'altro Discorso della Castramentatione, & Disciplina Militare, Bagni, & Essercitij Antichi. Lyon: Guillaume Rouille, 1569.Italian translation by Gabriele Simeoni, accompanied by an extensive illustrative apparatus, of this treatise by Guillaume du Choul, French antiquarian, humanist, numismatist and collector, on the military and religious customs of the Romans and on ancient castration, which appeared for the first time in 1555 by the same publisher. The numerous woodcut illustrations present are attributed by Baudrier to Pierre Eskrich.2 parts in one volume, 4to (217 x 163mm). Frontispieces with letterpress mark, author's coat of arms within cor

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