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Astrolabe de l’époque Almohade 1217 JC de la ville de Fès au Maroc :

Astrolabe de l’époque Almohade 1217 JC de la ville de Fès au Maroc :

Arabian astrolabe dating back to 1291 ~ blown away by the design..

Arabian astrolabe dating back to 1291 ~ blown away by the design..

ASTROLOGIE PERSE: Astrolabe Persan

ASTROLOGIE PERSE: Astrolabe Persan

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

A rare paper astrolabe by a famous French maker from the sixteenth century. Philippe Danfrie is known from a relatively large number of surviving instruments. Paris,ca. 1584.......

A rare paper astrolabe by a famous French maker from the sixteenth century. Philippe Danfrie is known from a relatively large number of surviving instruments. Paris,ca. 1584.......

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Astrolabe ~ 10th c. ~ Islamic, Umayyad, Spain ~ The astrolabe is a very ancient astronomical computer for solving problems relating to time and the position of the Sun and stars in the sky. The most popular type is the planispheric astrolabe, on which the celestial sphere is projected onto the plane of the equator.

Astrolabe ~ 10th c. ~ Islamic, Umayyad, Spain ~ The astrolabe is a very ancient astronomical computer for solving problems relating to time and the position of the Sun and stars in the sky. The most popular type is the planispheric astrolabe, on which the celestial sphere is projected onto the plane of the equator.

Astrolabe  Signed by Erasmus Habermel  circa 1585; German  Gilt brass and copper; 195 mm in diameter  This instrument is engraved by Paduanius of Forli in Italy, a physician for whom Erasmus Habermel made some 28 instruments between 1585 and 1586. Among the patients of Paduanius was Rudolf II, for whom Habermel would act as instrument maker in Prague.  Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

Astrolabe Signed by Erasmus Habermel circa 1585; German Gilt brass and copper; 195 mm in diameter This instrument is engraved by Paduanius of Forli in Italy, a physician for whom Erasmus Habermel made some 28 instruments between 1585 and 1586. Among the patients of Paduanius was Rudolf II, for whom Habermel would act as instrument maker in Prague. Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

Persian astrolabe c.1645 CE by Muhammad Mahdi al-Yazdi. Very unusually for a Persian astrolabe, the astrolabist included a Flemish tulip design within the ecliptic of the rete--he must have seen and been inspired by an Arsenius instrument.

Persian astrolabe c.1645 CE by Muhammad Mahdi al-Yazdi. Very unusually for a Persian astrolabe, the astrolabist included a Flemish tulip design within the ecliptic of the rete--he must have seen and been inspired by an Arsenius instrument.

Astrolabe with Universal Projection, North African, 13th Century?

Astrolabe with Universal Projection, North African, 13th Century?

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