Maps Planisphaerii coelestis hemisphaerium meridionale : calculatum ad finem anni MDCC, pro aevo XVIII praesente /

Format Maps
Contributors Allard, Carel
Dates 1700
Location Universe
Language Latin
Subjects Astronomy
Celestial Reference Systems
Celestial Sphere
Charts, Diagrams, Etc
Early Works to 1800
Planisphaerii coelestis hemisphaerium meridionale : calculatum ad finem anni MDCC, pro aevo XVIII praesente /
Contributor Names
Allard, Carel, 1648-approximately 1709.
Created / Published
[Amsterdam] : I. Cóvens et C. Mortier, [1700]
Subject Headings
-  Celestial sphere--Early works to 1800
-  Stars--Early works to 1800
-  Celestial reference systems--Early works to 1800
-  Constellations--Charts, diagrams, etc.--Early works to 1800
-  Astronomy--Charts, diagrams, etc.--Early works to 1800
-  Universe
-  Shows hemispheric view with signs of the Zodiac and the constellations shown picorially.
-  "Cum Privilegio Pontissimorum D D Ordinum Hollandiae et Westfrisiae".
-  Appears in: Atlas nouveau contenant toutes les parties du monde, où sont exactement marqués les empires, monarchies, royaumes, états, républiques &c. Amsterdam: J. Cóvens et C. Mortier, [1683-1761].
-  Includes tables and notes concerning stars.
-  Insets: Solis observation novissima -- Lunae effigies, nuper conspecto -- Memoranda solis eclipsis -- Mercurius --Venus -- Mars -- Jupiter -- Saturnus.
-  LC copy stamped on in blue ink in lower left margin: 311A.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 chart : hand col., mounted on cloth backing ; 1 hemisphere, 41 cm. in diameter, on sheet 56 x 65 cm.
Call Number
G3190 1700 .A4
G3190 1700 .A4 Copy 2. Uncolored.
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g3190 ct003613
g3190 ct003798
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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