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planetarium of Giovanni de Dondi citizen of Padua

Giovanni Dondi dall"Orologio

planetarium of Giovanni de Dondi citizen of Padua

a manuscript of 1397

by Giovanni Dondi dall"Orologio

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Published by Antiquarian Horological Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Planetariums.,
  • Science, Medieval -- Manuscripts.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated [from the Latin] by G. H. Baillie ; with additional material from another Dondi manuscript translated [from the Latin] by H. Alan Lloyd ; translations edited by F.A.B. Ward.
    SeriesMonograph - Antiquarian Horological Society : no. 9, Monograph (Antiquarian Horological Society) ;, no. 9.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB70 .D66 1974
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 156 p. :
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5252705M
    ISBN 100901180105
    LC Control Number75325535

    And so it was that in his ingenuity showed itself in his curious measuring device, the instrumentum amussis. Later on in Padua, he had mirrors made, probably burning mirrors; he also marveled at Dondi's mechanical clock in Pavia. The portable sundial from and probably the design of the sundial with Paul IPs image are due to him. Over de vriendschap tussen Theo van Doesburg en Antony Kok. DOESBURG, THEO VAN. - On European Architecture. Complete Essays from Het Bouwbedrijf Translated from Dutch into English. DOESBURG, THEO VAN. - De Stijl en de Europese architectuur. De architectuuropstellen in Het Bouwbedrijf

    The history of a watch followed by a conversation on the horology industry between Mr Trottevite and Mr Vabien, () (ISBN ) Buffat, Eugene: History and design of the Roskopf watch, () Camus, C.E.L. and J.I. Hawkins: A treatise on the Teeth of Wheels, () (corrected version of the Google Book copy. Auberson, R Les cotes de l’horlogerie ancienne de la renaissance a Lyon: L’Art du Temps, , x inch, pp, ill, 20 plates. Price guide (French). Limited edition of copies.

    The Hispanic Society of America has in its collection a unique globe which is clearly the work of Mattheus Greuter (Fig. ), although issued by Giovanni Battista de Rossi, as is attested by the legend, “Si Stampa da Gio Batta de Rossi Milanese in Piazza Navona Roma.” This legend, appearing in a neat cartouch, occupies the same position in. occupying some si.\ weeks. My father, Henry C. Peek, was then an infant age six weeks and Charles Deere, the Of course son of John, an infant of about the same age. these infants came along sleeping in the feed box of the wagon. My grandfather "took up land'" adjacent to Grand de Tour and John Deere continued in the manu-'2.


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