AGRICOLA, George. Oratio de bello adversus Turcam suscipiendo, ad Ferdinandum Ungariae boemiaequ regem & principes Germaniae Basel, Froben, 1538.4to. Modern boards. With 2 woodcut printer’s devices. 18 lvs. First Latin translation of "Oration, Anred und Vermanung Herrn Ferdinandum zu Ungern" (Nuremberg, Peypus, 1531), an pamphlet on the Turkish wars in Hungary which began with the siege of Vienna in 1529. "Agricola gives a long-winded account of the Turks' cruelties and warns that Germany is now threatened by the Turkish forces. Hungary must be given every assistance." No writer has so praised the superiority of the Imperial armaments over the apparently weak Turkish weaponry. He stressed the superior arms of the German mercenaries, while the Turks had but flimsy pikes. Victory over a so poorly equipped enemy is nothing less than certain. His oration was written a few months after the siege of Vienna, which may explain his excessive optimism" (Kertbeny, p. 89 etc.). With preface by Georg Fabricius dedicated to Chemnitz and at the end a letter of Laurentius Bermannus to king Ferdinand, ex valle Joachimi April, 1530. A catholic with a broad humanistic education, George Agricola spent most of his life in Saxony as an educator, physician, scientist, and expert on mining and metallurgy. His outlook was more secular than that of the other pamphleteers. He viewed the Turkish question primarily as a militair and economic problem rather than as a divine visitation. In one respect his views resembled those of the other Catholic writers: he envisaged the eventual extirpation of the Islamic religion at the point of the sword. (Bohnstedt 1968 / p/ 14). - (3 blank corners restored).Göllner 617; Apponyi I, 268; Sturminger 234;Jöcher 63; Hubay 165. [Boeknr.: 35267 ]

€ 3950,00

AUSSZUG ETTLICHER ZEITUNGEN, was sich zum Anfang des jetzigen Türckenkriegs, an ettlichen Orten inn Ungern, verloffen und zugetragen hat 1566. Nürnberg, Valentin Geyssler, (1566).4to. Later half vellum. With woodcut battle scene on title-page. (4) lvs. Rare pamphlet on the invasion of Ottoman armies in Hungary.Apponyi 400; Göllner 1145. [Boeknr.: 32393 ]

€ 2450,00

BARTOLI, Domenico. Buda ritolta a’Turchi dall’armi chistiane. Canzone del Sig. Domenico Bartoli Lucchese dedicata all’illustriss(imo) a reverendisss(imo) Sig. Monsig. Giuseppe Archinto Arcivescovo di Tessalonica, e Nunzio Apostolico appresso il Srereniss(imo) Granduca di Toscana. Firenze, Piero Matini 1686.Modern wrappers.(16) lvs. Canzone in celebration of the recapture of Buda from the Turks. The present edition is appartly unrecorded. The poem, consisting of 24 twelve-line stanzas, is edited to Giuseppe Archinto, Archbisschop of Thessalonica in partibus and Apostolic Nuncio to Florence. According to Bartoli’s dedication, dated from Florence on 10 september, Archinto’s brother Ludovico had taken part in the recapture of Buda. Apponyi 2239 (Lucca, 1686) . [Boeknr.: 35312 ]

€ 950,00

BOSQUIER, Philippe. Orator Terrae Sanctae, et Hungariae; seu, Sacrarum Philppicarum in Turcarum barbariem. Douai, Ex typographia Laurentii Kellam, sumptibus Petri Borremans, 1606.Sm.8vo. Contemporary limp vellum. With engraved device on title of Sts. Peter and Paul and engraved plate signed Waldor, woodcut floriated initials. (32),422,(2) pp. With bookplate of the Mount Street Jesuits and their small library stamp in blank margin of titlepage, ‘Chris Hunt: lege age’ in contemporary m.s on flyleaf. - Rare first edition of these 'Philippics' by the Flemish Franciscan Philippe Bosquier (1561-1636), in which he excoriates the Turks for their persecution of Christians especially in Hungary. The engraved plate depicts with gruesome detail the torture upon the Hungarians, including the feeding to the dogs of Christians, by the Ottomans. Bosquier was born at Mons, studied theology at the University of Paris, and was sent to Rome where Cardinal Caesar Baronius became his patron. He was the author of thirty volumes of sermons and several plays, populist with strong moral themes, in which he attacks the Huguenots and the 'mondains'. Bosquier employs the same populist tone against the Turks, though he uses many classical and religious sources to back his arguments. He also includes a powerful plea for unity in the Church in face of the Ottoman threat. A rare work, that provides much insight into the Counter Reformation Church's reaction to the Ottoman invasion of Europe. Not in Apponyi, Blackmer or Atabey [Boeknr.: 32482 ]

€ 2250,00

(BUDA). Il tradimento ordito contro la citta de Buda. Da un tenente del reggimento Salm, e scoperto per divina providenza. 12mo. 19th century sheep-back patterned boards. 6 lvs. First edition. - A resumé of notable events in the war against the Turks in Hungary from the beginning of 1687 until the authum of that year. Recounted are details of a treacherous plot against the city of Buda following its recapture from the Turks, the death of a peasant who couriered letters from the pasha of Szekesfehervar and the recovery of a plot at Eperjes. [Boeknr.: 35313 ]

€ 595,00

CAPRARA, Alberto. Relatione del presente governo Ottomano fatta dal Sig. Conte Alberto Caprara, stato ultimamente internunzio à quella corte per la maestà dell' imperatore Leopoldo Primo. Venetia, per il Bosio, 1684.Disbound. With fine half-page woodcut portrait of Mehmet IV on title-page. (8) pp. Albert Caprara (1627-1691), Leopold's ambassador to the Sultan. Apponyi 1094 (Lucca 1684); Sturminger 949-950 (Bologna & Lucca 1684). [Boeknr.: 30764 ]

€ 1950,00

CLERC, Sebastian de. Les actions gloreuses des S.A.S. Charles Duc de Lorraine en Hongrie, Transylvania, etc. Augsburg, Jeremias Wolff, (ca. 1700). Large 8vo. Marbled boards. With engraved titlepage (lower margin restored) and 15 engraved plates after Sebastian Le Clerc by Johanna Sybilla Kräusin, representing and celebrating the military exploits of Charles V Duke of Lorraine. Charles Duc of Lorainne (1643-1690) was born in Vienna , became the brother in law of Emperor Leopold. He was from a long established family of Lorraine, who had to take refuge from the forces of France. He managed to become the titular Duke of Lorraine in 1675 at a time when Lorainne was occupied by France. Since 1663 he had been in imperial Habsburg service and had a very notable military career. He was able to first distinguish himself at the Battle of Saint Gotthard in 1664, where he was under the service of Montecuccoli In 1683 he became an imperial generalissimo . right before the Siege of Vienna. With the Siege of Neuhausel in 1685, Charles was able to take all of upper Hungary. After this Charles besieged Buda for two months, claiming victory in 1686. - (2 blank margins restored). - A fine cpy. [Boeknr.: 35347 ]

€ 1950,00

CURIOSE STAATS BEDANCKEN uber den verwirzten Zustand des Königreichs Ungarn und dahero bey der Christenheit entstehende Gefahr ... sonderlich aber was doch die unserige nach erhaltener Victorie im Ungarn weiter-vornehmen, und was sie glückliches verrichten möchten ? Ob der Türcke auch wieder vor Wien rucken, was er sonst bey diesem Kriege gewinnen dürffte .. Worum doch dieselben mit dem Türcken so balden Friede machen ? (No pl.), 1684.Modern marbled boards. 78 pp. Rare pamphlet dealing with the present state of the Turkish wars.Apponyi, 1145. [Boeknr.: 35342 ]

€ 745,00

DEMIDOFF, Anatole de. Voyage dans la Russie Meridionale et la Crimée par la Hongrie, La Valachie et la Moldavie, exécuté en 1837 .. Paris, Ernest Bourdin, 1840.8vo. Contemporary half morocco, spine gilt with red morocco title-label to spine. With 1 page of sheet music, 24 plates mounted on India paper and many wood-engravings in the text by Denis Raffet. VI, 621,(3) pp. First edition. - This is the first part of Demidov's account of his mission in Russia and the Crimea, an account of the voyage itself. The scientific observations by Huot, Leveille, Rousseau and Nordmann were published in three volumes in 1842 (Atabey p. 181). Celebrated scientific expedition by count Anatoliy Nicolaevic Demidov (1812-1870) through southern Russia, Crimea, Hongary, Romania, and Turkey in the year 1837. With magnificent plates depicting topographical and military views, costumes and everyday scenes . - (Age-browned). - A fine copy.Catalogue Russica D297; Vicaire III, p.165; Cf. Chadenat 4279 (Spanish edition only). [Boeknr.: 31668 ]

€ 575,00

DESCRIPTION HISTORIQUE DE LA GLORIEUSE CONQUESTE de la ville de Bude, capital du Royaume d’Hongroie, par les armes victorieuse de nostre tres-auguste & invincible Empereur Leopold I. Sous la conduite de .. Duc de Lorraine & l’electeur de Baviere. Nouvelle edition revuë & augmentée. Cologne, Jean Jacques le Jeune, 1686.12mo.Modern marbled boards. 190 pp. History of the 1686 siege and re-capture of Buda, under Turkish rule since 1541, by Duke Charles V of Lorraine and Elector Maximilian II Emanuel of Bavaria. An English edition was published in London in 1687 (?) An historical description of the glorious conquest of the city of Buda, the captial city of the kingdom of Hungary, by the victorious arms of the thrice illustrious and invinciple Emperor Leopold I. Under the conduct of his Most Serene Highness, the Duke of Lorraine, and the Elector of Bavaria ...A day by day account of the Allied advance on Buda and Pest in Hungary, resulting in the withdrawal of the Ottoman garisson and a Treaty of Peace. The wry joke "the operation was successful, but the patient died" might describe the liberation of Buda and Pest by the united Christian armies in 1686. The two towns were utterly destroyed, with only a few thousand people remaining alive inside the walls by the time the Turks were vanquished. Having survived the Turkish period intact, the royal palace was destroyed in the siege. Resettlement and rebuilding were gradual, and formerly Gothic Buda took on a decidedly baroque appearance during the process. Though it would never again be a royal seat, the palace was rebuilt and expanded over the years. Hungary was to be ruled by the victorious House of Habsburg until the collapse of the Habsburg empire in World War I. - (Titlepage restored).Extremely rare, unrecorded variant. Not in Apponyi. [Boeknr.: 35316 ]

€ 975,00

EGIDIUS VITERBIENSIS. Oratio prima Synodi Lateranensis habita per Egidium Viterbiensem Augustiniani ordinis Generalem. Rome, J. Beplin, 1512. Modern half brown morocco. With woodcut border on title-page. 10 lvs. Aegidius of Viterbo (1470-1532) was an Italian Augustinian cardinal , theologian, orator, humanist and poet. He was born at the Villa Canapina, near Viterbo, of rich and noble parents. He entered the Augustinian Order at an early age. After a course of studies with the Augustinians he was made doctor of theology and in 1503 became general of his order. Aegidius is famous in ecclesiastical history for the boldness and earnestness of the discourse which he delivered at the opening of the Fifth General Council, held in 1512, at the Lateran Palace. It is printed in Harduin's collection of the councils. Pope Leo X made him cardinal, confided to him several in succession, employed him as legate on important missions, gave him (in 1523) the title of Latin Patriarch of Constantinople. Egidius schildert die Verwüstungen in Ungarn, die er mit eigenen Augen gesehn hatte. In der einleitented Zuschrift des J. Sadolete an Bembo berichtet dieser über den ungeheuern Eindruck, den die Rede gemacht hatte (Göllner 52 ). - A nice copy. [Boeknr.: 35521 ]

€ 1450,00

Erschreckliche näwe Zeittung / aus Newheusel / Carlstadt / und Rab / den 12.13.14. October von dem wütenden Erbfeind dem Türcken / disz 92. Jahrs. Copey des Türckischen Keisers Absagbrieffs / an den Römischen Keyser im Septemb. disz 92. Jars. Nürnberg, Lucas Meyer, 1592.Modern boards. With nice woodcut on title page and woodcut medaillon portrait. (4) lvs. Extremely rare 'newsletter' on the raids of Hassan Pascha of Bosnia in Central Europe in the period 1591 - 1592. Hasan Predojevic (c. 1530 - 22 June 1593) was Beylerbey of Bosnia of and the Ottoman military commander who led an invasion of Habsburg Croatia. Young Nikola was taken to Constantinople as acem-i oglan (foreign child) and brought up in theSultan's court , converting to Islam, adopting the name Hasan and advancing to the post of çakircibasa (chief falconer). He was appointed Beglerbeg of Bosnia in 1591. A dynamic military leader, Hasan strengthened the army of the Eyalet, attacked Croatia and reached Sisak. Thomas Erdõdy, Ban of Croatia , launched a counterattack and seized much of the Moslavina region. Hasan forces of around 20,000 jansissaries continued to raid the region, with the idea of seizing the strategical town of Senj and its port, and to eliminate the Uskoci.. Hasan brought his force to Bihac, which was conquered in June 1592 after eight days of siege. During the campaigns the Bosnian burned 26 cities throughout the Croatien Frontier and took some 35,000 warcaptives. In 1593 Hasan Pasha decided to advance further, but his force was defeated in an attempt to conquer Sisak, battle in which Hasan was killed.Göller 1894; Apponyi 1888. [Boeknr.: 35275 ]

€ 1950,00

FRANCISCI, Erasmus. Der blutig-lang-gereizte, endlich aber Sieghafft-entzündte Adlerblitz, wider den Glantz dess barbarischen Sebels, und Mord-Brandes, in historischer Erzehlung der Kriegs Empörungen Ungarischer Malcontanten, wieauch grausamen Kriegs-Verwüstung der Ottomannisch - Tartarischen, in Ungarn, und dessen Nachbarschafft, sonderlich aber vor der belägerten Kaiserlichen Residentz Stadt Wien ….. Nürnberg, Johan Andrea Endters Seel. Söhne, 1684.Contemporary calf, with 1 (of 2) clasp. With engraved frontispiece, titlepage printed in red and black, 3 engraved folding plates by J. Sandrart and 10 engraved portraits. 375, (2) pp. (Added manuscript index, 2 lv.). Erasmus Finx (1627 ? 1694), alias Erasmus Francisci, was a German Polymath, author and writer of Christian hymns. Finx was born in Lübeck, the son of a lawyer and received higher education at Lüneburg and Stettin. He studied law and was travelling through Italy, France and the Netherlands afterwards. As of 1657, he worked as a reader at Endter publishing at Nuremberg, where he also published some of his books.With portraits of Sultan Mehmed IV, Grossvisir Kara Mustafa, Kaiser Leopold I, Graf Rudiger von Starhemberg, Johann Sobiesky from Poland and others. . The plates depict the siege of Vienna and recapture of Gran.Sturminger 1268. [Boeknr.: 35318 ]

€ 2250,00

FRANCISCI, Erasmus. Neue und kurtze Beschreibung des Königreichs Ungarn: dessen fürnehmsten Städten und Vestungen. Wobey vieler Belägerungen, und vergleichen Denckwürdigkeiten; absonderlich, was in dem jetzigem Türcken-Krieg von An. 1663 bis an den Hornung dieses 1664 Jahrs, bey diesem und jenen Ort fürgelauffen, gemeldet, auch, zum Anhang, die vormahlige Belägerung der Stadt Wien ausführlich erzehlet wird. Nürnberg, Wolf Eberhard Felssecker by Johan Hofmann, 1664.Sm.8vo. Early 19th century half calf, spine richly gilt with 2 title-labels. With folding engraved titlepage, 4 engraved folding maps and 6 folding engraved plates. (20),379,(5) pp. Four editions were published the same year. Published under pseudonym Caspar Minsicht. Contains a detailed description of the siege of Vienna.Erasmus Francisci (1627-1694), born Erasmus von Finx, was a prolific polyhistor and is considered to be among the most influential figures in the German Baroque period. He became a secretary in the Endter publishing house and later rose to the position of corrector. Considered a literary celebrity, Francisci was one of the best selling authors for this period. - (Browned).Sturminger 99; Apponyi 886. [Boeknr.: 31732 ]

€ 2250,00

FRANKLAND, Charles Colville. Travels to and from Constantinople, in the years 1827 and 1828: or personal narrative of a journey from Vienna, through Hungary, Transylvania, Wallachia, Bulgaria, and Roumelia, to Constantinople; and from that city to the capital of Austria, by the Dardanelles, Tenedos, the plains of Troy, Smyrna, Napoli di Romania, Athens, Egina, Poros, Cyprus, Syria, Alexandria, Malta, Sicily, Italy, Istria, Carniola, and Styria. London, Henry Colborn, 1829.2 volumes. Contemporary half calf, spines ruled in gilt and with morocco-labels (sl. rubbed). With two coloured aquatint frontispieces, 4 engraved maps (2 folding), 11 woodengraved plates, and 14 aquatint engravings (including 3 folding panoramas). XIV,373; VIII,310 pp. First edition. - Charles Colville Frankland (1797 - 1876) was an English Captain who spent 15 month travelling in the Levant. He took leave and went in a caleche with two horses from Vienna through Hungary and Bulgaria to Istanbul. After an excursion to the Troad and Izmir he returned to Vienna via Syria, Alexandria and Athens. The fine plates include costumes and views of Constantinople, Nauplion, Smyrna, Damascus, Beirut, etc and are after drawings by the author. - Fine.Atabey Collection 460; Blackmer Collection 628; Weber 174; Abbey, Travel, 26.. [Boeknr.: 28599 ]

€ 2750,00

FRESCHOT, Casimir. Idea generale del regno d'Ungheria, sua descrittione, costumi, regi, eguerre; con i motiui dell'ultima solleuatione, inuasione de' Turchi, assedio, e liberatione di Vienna, e progressi dell' armi christiane. Al reuerendissimo D. Pietro Sagredo. Venetia, Lorenzo Marchesini, 1684.12mo. Contemporary vellum. With woocut title-vignette and initials. (22),356 pp. First edition. An interesting work on the history, civilization and rulers of Hungary, as well as comments on the Turkish invasion and the sieg and liberation of Vienna. Casimir Freschot (1640 - 1720) was a French historian and chronicler . He was the author of about fifty works in French , Italian and Latin, the most notable being Origine, progressi e ruina del calvinismo nella Francia, ragguaglio istorico di D. Casimiro Freschot (1693) and Histoire du congrès et de la paix d'Utrecht (1716). Born in Morteau around 1640, he became a novice in the benedictine Saint-Maur congregation, and was ordained on March 20, 1663 in the Saint-Vincent de Besançon monastery. In 1674 he moved to Italy, joining the benedictine congregation in Montecassino . Around 1700 he returned to the lay state and moved to Utrecht, where he earned a living teaching literature and history. Having returned to France, Freschot was reintegrated as a monk in the Saint-Vanne congregation in 1718 and died in 1720, in the Abbey of Luxeuil .Sturminger 1281; not in Blackmer, Attabey or Apponyi. [Boeknr.: 32492 ]

€ 1750,00

HOEFNAGEL, Joris (George). Sanctonicolaum vulgo S. Nicolas oppidum in superiore Hungaria prope Zolnochium quod ipsi met Turcae (adventante Ser. Maximiliano) igne cremarunt ac dereliquerunt. Anno domini 1595, die 20 Octobris. Cologne, 1617.Engraved bird's-eye view of the fortified city of Törökszentmiklós, many of the buildings are going up in flames or have already been destroyed, with Ottoman cemetry in right-hand corner. Ca. 33 x 43,5 cm. In: Braun & Hogenberg, Theatri praecipuarum Totius Mundi Urbium Liber Sextus Anno MDCXVII.Sankt Niklas wurde in 1330 - 1333 in der papstlichen Zehntenliste angefuhrt. Ein Urkunde von 1559 erwahnt den Ort als oppidum und castellum, Landstadt und Kastel. Bei dem Feldzug von 1552 nahmen den Turken die Festung an. I davor und das Bad mit den halbkugelformischen Kuppel. Ziemliech zelten erscheinen auf ungarischen Ansichten turkische Friedhofe; hier ist ein solcher mit kuppelbedeckten kleinen Grabaufbouten (Turbe) im Vordergrond zu zehen. (Erzsebet p. 60 - 63)Joris Hoefnagels made many landscape drawings during his travels in Europe. These later served as the models for engravings for Ortelius' Theatrum orbis terrarum (1570) and Braun's Civitates orbis (Cologne, 1572-1618). Hoefnagel worked on the Civitates his whole life and may have acted as an agent for the project, by commissioning views from other artists. He also completed more than 60 illustrations himself. He enlivened the finished engravings with a Mannerist sense of fantasy and wit by using dramatic perspectives and ornamental cartouches. Due to the topographical accuracy he heralded the realist trend in 17th-century Netherlandish landscape art. His son Jacob reworked in 1617 designs of his father for the sixth volume of the Civitates, which was published in Cologne in 1618. Volume 6 contains a homogeneous series of images of cities in Central Europe (in Austria, Bohemia, Moravia, Hungary and Transylvania), which are very consistent in their graphics. The views are in perspective, and only in a few cases, isometric and stand out through the accuracy of the information, the particular attention to the faithful representation of the territory, the landscape, the road conditions and the power of observation and refinement of interpretation [Boeknr.: 35362 ]

€ 950,00

HUCHTENBURG, Jan van. Plan de Temiswar et de ses environs, avec l'attaque dans la Palanque et un projet pour la fortifier. - Plaan van Temiswar en van zyne omleggende streeken met de attaque in de Palank, en een ontwerp om die te versterken. Den Haag, Van der Kloot, 1729. Engraved plan after Van Huchtenburgh, with legend in French and Dutch. Ca. 68 x 92,5 cm. - (Framed) From: Jean Dumont & Jean Rousset, Histoire militaire du Prince Eugène de Savoye, du Prince et Duc de Marlborough, et du Prince de Nassau-Frise.Monumentaler Plan der Stadt Temeswar (Temesvár/Timisoara) im Banat, das 1716 im Zuges des Venezianisch-Österreichischen Türkenkrieges unter dem Kommando von Prinz Eugen von Savoyen erobert wurde und damit die 164 Jahre dauernde türkische Herrschaft über das Banat beendete.Jan van Huchtenburg (1647 - 1733) was a famous Dutch horse and battle painter. He was admired by Prince Eugene of Savoy and King Willima III. They gave the painter sittings, and commissioned him to throw upon canvas the chief incidents of the battles they fought upon the continent of Europe. He made for Prince Eugen ten paintings, a.o. the Battles near Zenta (1697), Petrovaradin (1716) and Belgrad (1717).Cohen-Ricci p. 337 [Boeknr.: 35335 ]

€ 950,00

HUNGARISCH- UND VENETIANISCHES KRIEGS-THEATRUM, auff welchem die höchst-glücklichen Feld-Züge, so die Röm. Kayserl. und Venetianischen Armeen, in dem mit Gott zurückgelegten 1716. Jahre, in Hungarn und Griechenland wider die Türcken gethan, das Hungarische in einer besondern Beschreibung, und Neun nach und nach darauff erfolgten Fortsetzungen derselben, das Venetianische aber in drey Eröffnungen .. Leipzig, Johann Theodoro Boetio, 1716-1719.5 volumes in 1. Contemporary half vellum. With 5 separate title-pages (4 printed in red and black), 7 double-page maps and plates, 10 frontispieces, 33 title-vignettes, mainly of city views, showing fortifications, and decorative woodcut head and tail pieces and initials and other illustrations in text (1 page damaged with some loss of text). I. Hungarisches Kriegs-Theatrum, so mit Anfang der Türckischen Niederlage bey Carlowitz, den 5. Aug. 1716 eröffnet worden. II. Venetianisch-Türckisches Kriegs-Theatrum, auff welchem vorgestellet wird die Insul Corfu. III. Vorstellung des höchst-beglückten Zweyten Feldzugs, auff dem Hungarisch- und Venetianischen Kriegs-Theatro. .IV. Der Höchst-erwünscht und beglückte Schlutz Dritten Feldzugs, auf dem Hungarisch- und Venetianischen Kriegs- und Friedens-Theatro.V. Das Hungarisch- und Venetianische Kriegs-Nunmehro/ Gott Lob ! mit bessern Fug so zu nehmende Friedens-Theatrum. The eighth war between the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Venice was initiated by Karl VI and was fought in the Peloponnese (Morea) in 1714-1718. The troops under Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736) arrived on this front in 1716 and the Turks were first defeated at Peterwadein in 1716. In the same year the last Turkish possessions in Hungary, Temesvar, also fell. In 1717 Eugene defeated the Ottomans at Belgrade. Accounts of these battles and others are included in this work, as are the details of the Treaty of Passarowitz, signed on July 21st, 1718, when the Ottomans ceded territories in Serbia and Bosnia to Austria. Zum Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts, als der Große Türkenkrieg zwischen dem Osmanischen Reich und der Heiligen Liga christlich-europäischer Mächte mit dem Frieden zu Karlowitz (1699) seinen vertraglichen Abschluss fand, war die Bedrohung 5 Nordwesteuropas durch die Türken nicht mehr akut. Weniger angstbesetzte Vorstellungsbilder vom ehemals als blutrünstig und hyperpotent imaginierten Türken beginnen sich durchzusetzen. Der bezwungene Osmane wird nicht länger als Barbar perhorresziert, sondern man gesteht ihm ein vergleichsweise menschliches Aussehen zu (Kammel, S. 517; Schilling, S. 233ff.; Münkner u. Ghattas, S. 61f.) Eine solche Sicht auf den Osmanen und türkischen Feind bestimmt auch das überwiegend um Sachlichkeit bemühte Hungarisch- und Venetianisches Kriegs-Theatrum („einen deutlichen und ohnpassionirten Bericht geben“ Die in das Werk eingelassenen Visualisierungen, die Tabellen, die Zeitungsauszüge und die Augenzeugenberichte etc. bringen im Zusammenspiel mit den wortreichen, vielfach langatmigen Verbalbeschreibungen eine Art plurimedialen Schauplatz hervor. Dieser lässt sich einer bebilderten Gazette oder einem monatsperiodischen Kleinalmanach vergleichen. Im ersten Drittel des Jahres 1717 muss das vorliegende Werk auf den Markt gekommen sein, denn als Terminus ante quem können die Belagerung und die schließlich für die kaiserlich-österreichischen Truppen siegreiche Eroberung Belgrads von Mai bis August 1717 gelten. (Jörn Münkner 2018)Very scarce - Not in Apponyi [Boeknr.: 35336 ]

€ 4950,00

HUNGARY. Hungary and its revolutions from the earliest period to the nineteenth century. Bij E.O.S. With a memoir of Louis Kossuth. London, Henry G. Bohn, 1854.Sm.8vo. Original green embossed cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With engraved portrait of Louis Kossuth. XX,556 pp. [Boeknr.: 9769 ]

€ 65,00

HUNGARY. Respublica et status regni Hungariae. Leiden, Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1634.Sm. 12mo. Contemporary vellum. With engraved title-page, headpiece and decoratvive initials. 330,(1) pp. First edition. - A history of the kingdom of Hungary, its origin, kings, and the establishment of the sovereignty of the Holy Crown with a commentary on the political, ecclesiastical, and military establishments in Hungary. The last two lines on page 330 read 'anno similiter vigesimo octavo | FINIS'. 'Summa Privilegii', on the final leaf, is dated 15 May 1626. - A fine copy. Apponyi II, 828; Willems, Les Elzevier, 409. [Boeknr.: 34114 ]

€ 350,00

IRUMBERRY, Charles Marie d'. Voyage a Constantinople, en Italie et aux iles d’Archipel, par l ‘Allemagne et la Hongrie. Paris, Maradan, an 7 (1799).Contemporary half calf, spine with black morocco title label. (4),331,(1) pp. First edition. - Charles Marie d' Irumberry, count de Salaberry, from an aristocratic family of Basque origin, left France after the start of the revolution, and travelled for a year in the Levant (1790-1791). In his account, written in the form of letters, he compares the self-mutilation of the dervishes with the flagellants of Spain and Italy (Koç Collection 170). Irumberry travelled in the Levant from 1790-1791 and developed into a firm Turcophile (Blackmer p.183). - A very fine copy.Blackmer Collection 863; Atabey Collection 607; Weber 625; Chadenat, 4400. [Boeknr.: 35729 ]

€ 725,00

LE CLERC, Jean. Histoire d’Emeric comte de Tekeli, ou Memoire pour servir a sa vi, ou l’on voir ce qui s’est passé de plus considerable en Hongrie, depuis sa naissance jusqu’ à present.Cologne, Jacques de la Verite, 1693. Cologne, Jacques de la Verite, 1693.Sm8vo. Contemporary mottled calf, spine richly gilt, with red morocco title label. 332 pp. First edition. - Count Imre Tököly lead the Hungarian Protestants in rebellion against Austria, seeking aid from the Turks. He fought with the Turkish army at the siege of Vienna (Atabey p. 360). - Fine.Not in the Blackmer Collection. [Boeknr.: 35365 ]

€ 550,00

LE CLERC, Jean. Memoirs of Emeric Teckely in four books, wherein are related all the most considerable transactions in Hungary and the Ottoman Empire, from his birth anno 1656 till after the battle of Salakement in the year 1691. Translated out of French. London, Abel Roper, 1693.Sm.8vo. 4 pars in 1 volume. Contemporary calf (corners dam.; rebacked). With engraved portrait and title page printed in red and black. XII,175; 84;67; (16) pp. Jean Leclerce war ein aus Frankreich verjagter Hugonotten pastor und Lehrer in Holland, der in enger Verbindung stand mit John Locke. Er ubte eine breitangelegte popularwissenschaftliche und publizistische Tatigkeit aus. (Kopeczi 1983, p. 305 - 311).Louis XIV's envoy, Abbé Dominique Révérend, who met with Emeric Thököly around that time, described him as "the most powerful lord and the most honest men in Hungary".This publication is still regarded as the most detailed contemporary biography of Count . Imre Tököly. He lead the Hungarian Protestants in rebellion against Austria, seeking aid from the Turks. He fought with the Turkish army at the siege of Vienne (Atabey p.360). Not in Apponyi. [Boeknr.: 35332 ]

€ 725,00

LEU, Thomas de. Nagykanizsa. Paris, 1602.Etching and copper engraving, mounted on a larger piece of contemporary paper, text panels contemporarily separated from print and mounted on verso. Ca. 43 x 56 cm. Framed. Bird’s eye view of a battle fought in Hungary between forces loyal to the Habsburgs under the Duke of Mercœur and the Ottomans. « En cette Journée se voit comme l’armée Chrestienne campée à une demy lieue de Canise. & tout aupres de celle des Turcs, fit contre eux & soustint plusieurs efforts. » This commemorates the victorie of Philippe Emmanuel, the Duke of Mercœur, in a battle against the Turks, fought in Hungary in 1601. Published in Paris, likely shortly after Mercœur’s death in 1602. It was created by Thomas de Leu (1560-1612), a Flemish engraver who lived in Paris. Philippe Emmanuel de Lorraine, Duke of Mercœur was born in 1558 in Nomeny France. In 1589-90, he led the Catholic League in Brittany, in opposition to the ascension of the Protestant Henri IV to the French throne. After the league was defeated, Mercœur was persona not grata in France. Meanwhile, the Habsburg Empire was in the midst of the ‘Long War’ against the Ottomans. The Austrians felt a need to shore up their position in Lower Hungary. Rudolf’s brother, Archduke Matthias, was charged with leading the campaign. Mercœur was eager to redeem himself, fighting for a new cause. In 1597, he travelled to Hungary at the head of an army of 3,000 men composed of French recruits. He distinguished himself as one of the leading Habsburg commanders of the war and won important battles at Nagykanizsa and Györ. He besieged Nagykanizsa at the head of 15,000 troops against Ibrahim Pasha’s army of 60,000. His most famous battle was fought at Székesféhervár in September 1601. It is reported that after capturing the city he treated the Turkish governor with courtesy. [Boeknr.: 35276 ]

€ 2950,00

(LISOLA, Franz von). Türckische Raths-Stube/ worinnen des Türckischen Kaysers Mahamats IV. nebst dessen Vornehmsten Bedienten Kriegs-Berathschlagungen/ wegen des aufs Früh-Jahr gegen Ungarn und andere Länder vorhabenden grossen Feldzugs/ entdecket/ und mit vielen curiösen Denckwürdigkeiten vorgestellet werden. Freystadt (= Linz, Rädelmeyer), 1684-85.2 volumes in 1. 4to. Modern boards. Title printed in red and black. 96; 70 pp. First and only edition of this important pamphlet dealing with the Turkish wars. - Apponyi II, 1167. [Boeknr.: 20475 ]

€ 975,00

LUTHER, Martin. Vermanunge zum Gebet wider den Türcken. Wittenberg, Nickel Schirlenz, 1542.Modern wrappers. With nice woodcut border on title-page. 23 lvs. First published in 1541. - In 1541, when the Turks again threatening the Empire, the Elector of Saxony asked Luther to write to all the ministers of his domain to exhort them and their people to constant prayer because of the immanent danger threatening from the Turks. Luther went into detail enumerating the transgressions of the so-called Christian nations. It was because of this general depravity that one should not be surprised that God had sent the Turks to punish Germany (Forell 1945 / p. 259 + 266)Short after the fall of Buda, Luther wrote the third of his tracts on the Turkish peril. The tract shows that Luther, like many others, was even more deeply worried about the Turkish menace then he had been in 1529. He now feared that perhaps the sinful Germans were incorrigible, that God was about to punish the wicked nation by allowing the Turks to invade Germany. Once again Luther gave edifying advice to those who might be captured and transported by the infidel. It is interesting to note that Luther wrote in respons to a directive of his ruler, Elector John Frederic of Saxony, who also believed that prayer was a potent weapon against the Turks (Bohnstedt 1968 / p. 15).Luther's theological interpretation of the events surrounding the Turkish Crusades, as he made them especially in his writing Vermanunge zum Gebet wider den Türcken of 1541, was still in the context of medieval understanding of the world. In the threat of the Turkish troops Luther saw a judgment of God, which wanted to lead to penance and new life.Göllner 740. [Boeknr.: 35525 ]

€ 1250,00

MONTALBO, Francisco de. Historia de las guerras de Ungria desde el anno de 82. hasta el de 88. Palermo, Pedro Copula, 1693.Small folio. Contemporary marbled calf, spine richly gilt in compartments, with green title-lable to spine. With full-page engraved coat of arms of the Duke of Uzeda. (18,454,(19) pp. Der Verfasser sagt in der Vorrede, er habe dieses Werk in Rom geschrieben, und nur aus den glaubwürdigsten Quellen geschöpft, wie Briefe des Kaisers an den Papst, Briefe des Kurfürsten von Baiern an seinen Agenten, Gesandtschaftsberichte an die Kònigin von Schweden, Berichte der spanischen Gesandten u.s.w. (Apponyi 1440).Extremely rare contemporary account of the Siege of Vienna by the Turcs. The account dicided into six books, described in detail all events leading up to the siege of Vienna and its aftermath up to the official recognition and crowning of Leopold I in 1689 as King of Hungary. With an extensive index at the end. Nothing personal could be found of the author except what he himself noted on the title-page : « Fray Francisco de Montalbo de la Sagrada Religion de S. Geronimo, Doctor Theologo y Predicator de Su Magestad », so he was a priest, theologian and court preacher. He was also the author of an emblem book for the funeral of the Spanish Queen, Marie Louise de Bourbon, married to Charles II, King of Spain from 1665 to 1700. A very fine copy. [Boeknr.: 30913 ]

€ 2950,00

NADANYI, Janos. Florus Hungaricus sive rerum Hungaricarum ab ipso exordio ad Ignatium Leopoldum deductarum compendium. Amsterdam, ex off Joannis à Waesberge, 1663.Sm.8vo. Contemporary half vellum (lower end of spine sl. dam.). With engraved titlepage and woodcut device on pinted titlepage. (24),380,(28) pp. First edition. - Nadányi's family had ruled his home town of Körösladány in Hungary since the thirteenth century, but during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Turkish invasions radically altered the power dynamics of the area. János was sent to the Low Countries for his education, where he published this short history of Hungary in Latin in 1663. - (Some waterstaining).Apponyi II, 862. [Boeknr.: 35364 ]

€ 950,00

NADASDY, Franz. Cynosura juristarum loca decretalia et articulos novissimarum constitutionum inclyti regni Hungariae, usque ad annum 1659, inclusivè, sub titulius ordine alpabetico collectis, brevitèr repraesentans. Pottendorf, Hieronymus Verdussen, 1668. 8vo. Contemporary calf (rubbed). With printer's device on titlepage (margin restored) and woodcut engraved plate illustrating familial bloodlines for five generations. 269 pp. Name on flyleaf, dated 1725; interleaved copy with many comtemporay manuscript annotation. - The Nádasdy, is a major Hungarian aristocratic family whose roots reach into the Middle Ages. They made a large contribution to the development of Hungarian printing.The famous Hungarian Count Franz III Nádasdy’s work on Hungarian Imperial law, printed within the walls of his castle at Pottendorf. Count Franz Nádasdy (1622-1671), a Hungarian baron, Lord Lieutenant, Royal Council, Chief Chamberlain and Chief Justice, was doubly of royal descent. Specifically, he is descended from the line of the Anjou Plantagenet whose medieval ancestors settled as the Nádasd in Hungary. In 1665, Nádasdy gained control of Pottendorf castle and set up a printing shop where he employed the Antwerp printer and bookseller Jerome Verdussen. In 1667, Franz found himself at the head of the conspiratorial secret society. The next year, this printed work appeared from within the castle walls. The Cynosura is a self-compiled work that provided short comments on the recent subject index of Hungarian Imperial laws adopted until 1659. Two years later, and somewhat ironically, the unfortunate count found himself amid an uprising and armed rebellion and was later beheaded in 1671 for conspiracy against Emperor Leopold I of Austria. - Rare. [Boeknr.: 35346 ]

€ 550,00

NÁVAY de FÖLDEÁK, A. de. La Hongrie. Son rôle économique. Préface M.E. Levasseur. Paris, 1911. 8vo. Wrappers. With photographic plates. V,234 pp. [Boeknr.: 24342 ]

€ 30,00

ORTELIUS, Hieronymus. Ortelius redivivus et continuatus, oder der Ungarischen Kriegs- Empörüngen/ historische Beschreibung/ darinnen enthalten alles/ was sich bey vorgenommenen Beläger/ und Eroberungen der Stätte/ Vestungen und Schlösser/ desgleichen in veranlassten Sclachten/ und vorgelauffenen Scharmützeln/ zwischen theils Christlichen Ungarischen Königen und dem hochlöbl. Ertz-Hauss Oesrerreich/ auss auffener/ und dem Turcken und dessen Anhang/ auff der andern Seiten/ in Ober- und Nider-Ungarn wie auch Siebenbürgen/ von dem 1395 biss in das 1607 Jahr ... auch mit einer neuen Beschreibung dess gantzen Königreichs Ungarn .. Mit einer Continuation, von dem 1607 biss an das 1665 Jahr vermehret durch Martin Meyern. Franckfurt am Mäyn, Daniel Fievet, 1665.2 volumes in 1. Folio. Contemporary half calf, spine richly gilt in compartments, with green title label on spine. With engraved allegorical titlepage, 2 titlepages printed in red and black, engraved plate, engraved portrait of Fürst Christian, 117 portraits on 13 engraved leaves and 32 (of 34) full page engraved portraits. (8),431,(11); (8)362,(20) pp. Third most extensive edition, first published in Nürnberg in 1602. - Principal work on the history of the Turkish wars with the portraits of the Turkish sultans and the Hungarian military commanders and rulers. - (Without the engraved views). Sturminger 300. [Boeknr.: 35278 ]

€ 4495,00

OTTENS, Joachim. Theatre de la guerre d'Hongrie et lieux circonvoisins, selon les plus exacts auteurs geographiques Nouvellement represente. Novissima tabula regni Hungariae et regionum quondam ei unitarum ut Transilvaniae, Valachiae, Moldaviae, Serviae, Romaniae, Bulgariae, Bessarabiae, Croatiae, Bosniae, Dalmatiae, Slavoniae, Morlachiae et reipublicae Ragusanae. Accedit pars magna dominii Veneti, Maris Adriatici et Regionum adjacentium. Amsterdam, Joachim Ottens, (ca. 1730). Handcoloured engraved map of the eastern Adriatic and the northern Balkans by Jacob Keyser printed on two leaves joined. Ca.51 x 89 cm. - Framed. A large and impressive map of Central Europe including Hungary, the Danube Delta, Transylvania, Walachia, Moldavia, Croatia, Bosnia, Dalmatia, Slavonia, Morlachia and the Republic of Ragusa.Distressed and warring figures appear alongside the title cartouche, while the powerful and triumphant Hapsburgs, as indicated by the double-headed eagle, stand above the defeated figures of the Ottoman Empire. The map emphatically depicts this European supremacy. [Boeknr.: 35354 ]

€ 1350,00

PETRINA, Gabriele. Le glorie della Cristianità overo Vienna liberata. Poema eroico. Nel quale si contengono i moti del Tekli nel Regno d’Ungaria, e li Successi diligentemente esposti Dell’arme Cesaree contro’l Turco, e della Liberatione Di Vienna con quello, che doppo e Stato di Riguardevole nell’Anno 1683. Praga, Daniel Michalek, 1683.Sm.8vo. Contemporary mottled calf, spine covered with whitish paint to resemble it to vellum, with title and library classification written on spine. 125,(2) pp. First and only edition. - Gabriel Petrina was a Catholic priest born in Turin, who wrote musical dramas and other poems. This booklet is interesting for Austrian history and its relation with Turkey. In the first section the revolt headed by Count Tököly is described. He heralded the discomfort felt by many Hungarians who saw the Turkish domination, relatively tolerant, being followed by the harsh Austrian one. After his defeat Tököly fled to Turkey. The other sections give a good surver of the military and diplomatic operations around the siege of Vienna. The book is not only a catalogue of battles and heroic deed in defence of the faith, but provides also i.a. descriptions of collections of the Royal Palace and the Imperial Library in Vienna.„Das lange Gedicht ist unmittelbar nach die Belagerung geschrieben worden. Dass der Verfasser wahrend der Belagerung in Wien weilte, ist warscheinlich, wird aber nicht hervorgehobem. Sicher ist, das er an dem Gefecht bei Petronnell teilnahm, welches wer mit grosser Ausfuhrlichkeit schildert, das er sich in der Nahe des Prinzen Ludwig von Savoyen befand, als dieser todlich zu Boden sank. (p 161) (...) Im weiteren Verlauf der Erzahlung wird auch Ludwig’s Bruder Eugen ernannt, der sich in der Armee des zum Entsatz heraneilenden Herzogs von Lotheringen befand. Das seltene Buchlein ist noch in anderer Beziehung interessant. Wir finden hier im 4, Gesange eine Beschreibung der Kaiserlichen Sammlungen, der Bildergalerie, der Bibliothek und der Schatzkammer. (p. 162) (….) Der Beschreibung von Wien, seiner Merkwurdigkeiten und seiner Umgebung sind 20 Strophen gewidmet“ (Apponyi 2159) [Boeknr.: 26375 ]

€ 3450,00

RELATION DE CE QUI S'EST PASSÉ à la prise de Vicegradt & de Weitzen par les Imperiaux, & dans les deux combats donnez entre leurs troupes & celles des Turcs, le 17 & le 27 du mois de Juin dernier. (Paris, 2 Aoust, 1684). 4to. Old half calf, pink wrappers preserved. 8 pp. By 1683, the Ottoman Empire had spread westward until Vienne itself was under siege. Campaigns by the members of the Holy League, comprised of Austria, Poland and the Venetian Rupublic, finally brought relief to Central Europe, and negociations ended with the Treaty of Karlowitz in 1693. This Treaty, between Turkey on the one side and the countries of the Holy League on the other, resulted in Turkey's loss of Hungary, Transylvania, Croatia, Slavonia, Dalmatia, the Peloponnesus, and other territories. The Treaty also marked the beginning of the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire. This pamphlet pertains to the taking of Vicegard and Weitzen, two towns close to Budapest, by Charles, Duke of Lorraine and his Holy League forces, not long after they had relieved Vienna. Some months later, in early 1685, they also took Budapest from the Turks, and the Turkish hegemony in Eastern Europe was over.We have not located any copy in any library which we have consulted. [Boeknr.: 35321 ]

€ 2250,00

RELATION DE TOUT CE QUI S'EST PASSÉ EN ALLEMAGNE DEPUIS LA DESCENTE DES TURCS EN HONGRIE JUSQUES à LA LEVÉE DU SIEGE DE VIENNE. Cologne, Jacques le Jeune, 1683.12mo. Wrappers. 72 pp. Interessantes, flott geschriebenes Wercken. Der Author muss ein sehr wohl informierter Mann gewesen sein, der sowohl am französischen Hofe, als auf dem türkischen Kriegsschauplatze zu Hause war. Die Schilderung der Begebnisse vor der Belagerung ist mit mehr Weitläufigkeit und Sachkenntniss behandelt als in den meisten Schriften dieser Epoche, die Belagerung selbst nicht in Form eines Diariums, sondern in zusammenhängender, lebendiger Erzählung (Apponyi p. 183-184). Sturminger 2439 ; Apponyi 1060. [Boeknr.: 29047 ]

€ 975,00

SCHENK, Pieter. Nova et accuata tabula sedis belli in regno Hungariae. Accedunt cetera regna, Sclavonia, Croatia, Bosnia et Servia, ut et princip septimotium. Amsterdam, 1717.Engraved map of Hungary, Transylvania, Slavonia, Bosnia, Croatia and Dalmatia, decorated in the upper right corner showing a battle scene of the Austrian troops and the Turkish troops. Ca. 51 x 57 cm. Map of Hungary after Comte Luigi Marsigli (1658-1730), an Italian military engineer who surveyed Hungary and the Danube 1696-99 after the peace agreement between Austria and the Ottoman Empire.Depicting the Christian territories in Europe under Ottoman rule. In 1687 the Christian allies regained Hungary and the south of the Peloponnese fell to the Venetians. These wars diverted the attention of the public to the European frontiers of the Ottoman Empire. Numerous maps were issued to illustrate the fighting between the Ottoman and the West. Commercial publishers in the Low Countries such as Johannes Danckerts (Amsterdam / ca. 1690) and Pieter Schenk (Amsterdam / ca. 1695) produced maps of south - east Europe in large format. They refer to the “Christian kingdom” of Hungary, Greece and the Peleponnese, and a ‘Cristianised’ Apollo is the main feature of the decorative cartouche. The basic purpose of these maps was to provide the European public with cartographic images of the contemporary theatre of war. (Tolias 2011, p. 219 - 223) [Boeknr.: 35366 ]

€ 750,00

SOITER, Melchior. De bello Pannonico, per illustrissimum principem dominum ac dominum Fridericum Comitem Palatinum Rheni Bavariaeque ducem perque optimum, adversus Soleymannum Turcarem Tyrannum & Amyram…. Item strategemation ac rerum turcicarum epithome …. Item de Turcarem militaribus magistrattibus. (Augsburg), Augustae Vindelicorum Alexander Weissenborn excudat, 1538.4to. Recent blind-tooled period style calf. With full-page woodcut of the Duke Friedrich in full armour on horseback (by Michael Ostendorfer?) and 6 large woodcut initials. (71) lvs. (old manuscript numbering on upper outer corner ). First edition; with the bookplate of Sefik E. Atabey. - Melchior Soiter was a lawyer born in Windau (Curland), who covered several dignities in the organization of the Holy Roman Empire and participated personally to the campaign he describes in this book. The first section gives an account of the Turkish invasion into Hungary in 1529-30, and the unsuccessful siege of Vienna. The second section, written by the jurist Johannes Schnotenbeck, is an accurate explanation of the Ottoman military functionaries with several details on the tasks of every officer and a final economical statistics of the Turkish Empire, considering both its European and Asiatic territories. Apponyi I, 269; Atabey Collection 1152; Göllner 626; not in the Blackmer Collection. [Boeknr.: 28963 ]

€ 4450,00

SUMMARISCHER BERICHT dess bey Barcan von den käyserlichen und königl. pollnischen Armeen mit denen Türcken gehaltenen zweymahligen blutigen Gefechts/ und darauf erfolgter glücklicher Eroberung der Staat Barcan. Regenspurg, Augustus Haniviss, 1683.4to. With woodcut on title-page. (4) lvs Not in Apponyi. - (Browned). [Boeknr.: 35251 ]

€ 695,00

TRICAUD, Anthelme. Campagnes de Monsieur le Prince Eugène en Hongrie, et des Vénitiens dans la Morée. Amsterdam, Frédéric Bernard 1730. 2 volumes. Contemporary marbled calf , spines ribbed. With engraved plate with coat of arms. (6), LXX,439; (2), 500 pp With bookplateof Madame de la Borde. - Tricaud, prior of the Abbey of Belmont, was a litterateur and historian. Most of the work is concerned with the Turco-Venetian campaign in the Morea 1716 -1717.Unique édition, très peu commune, de ce texte attribué au polygraphe Anthelme Tricaud (1671-1739) par Barbier. Il relate essentiellement les opérations menées en 1715-1716 dans le cadre de la Troisième guerre austro-turque, où Venise se trouva l'alliée des Habsbourg contre l'Empire ottoman: les Turcs voulaient en effet reconquérir la Morée (Péloponnèse), cédée à Venise par le Traité de Carlowitz (1699), et déclarèrent la guerre à la République dès décembre 1714, tout en menant une double offensive, terrestre et maritime, contre les possessions vénitiennes. Il fallut l'intervention des 70 000 hommes du Prince Eugène et la victoire autrichienne de Peterwardein (5 août 1716) pour soulager les Vénitiens, et mettre fin à la guerre. Par le traité de Passarowitz, signé le 21 juillet 1718, la Turquie cédait le Banat de Temesvar, la Valachie occidentale et le nord de la Serbie, mais gardait la Morée, que les Vénitiens avaient été incapables de reprendre.Navari, Collection Contominas, 748. [Boeknr.: 35338 ]

€ 1250,00

VANEL, CLAUDE. Histoire des troubles de Hongrie, depuis 1655 jusques à present. Avec le Siege de Neucheusel, & une relation exacte du combat de Gran, &c. Amsterdam, Pierre Mortier, 1686. 2 volumes. Sm.8vo. Contemporary calf, spines richly gilt (spine ends sl. dam., 1 hinge dam.). With printer's device on titlepages, folding engraved map, folding engraved plate (with tears), folding engraved plan of Neuheusel and 4 engraved plates (some tears, one lower margin missing). (36)364,(16); 403, (16) pp. With engraved armorial bookplate. - (Age-browned; some stains).Blackmer 1714 & Atabey 1273 (other editions).Added: Claude VANEL. Histoire de l'etat present du royaume de la Hongarie. Cologne, (= Holland), Pierre de Jeune, 1686. Sm.8vo. Contemporary calf, spine gilt (dam.). 213, (11) pp. - (Bound with another copy of Histoire des troubles, volume II). [Boeknr.: 35288 ]

€ 950,00

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