Book/Printed Material Almagestū Cl. Ptolemei. Opus ingens ac nobile omnes celorū motus continens.
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- Almagestū Cl. Ptolemei. Opus ingens ac nobile omnes celorū motus continens.
- Ptolemy, active 2nd century.
- Gherardo, da Cremona, 1113 or 1114-1187.
- Honter, Johannes, 1498-1549.
Created / Published
- Venetijs : P. Liechtenstein, 1515.
- - Astronomy--Early works to 1800
- - Mathematics, Greek
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
- - Translated by Gherardo da Cremona from an Arabic version.--Cf. M.B. Stillwell. The awakening interest in science during the first century of printing, 1970, no. 97.
- - In LC copy the date 1515 has been altered to 1465 on t.p., and on rector and verso of last leaf. Inserted are teh 2 start mpas of J. Honter published at Basel in 1532.--Cf. O. Wittstock. Johannes Honterus , p. 84
- - "Ex Biliotheca Marchionis Josephi Malaspinae de Fodisnovo". Bookplate of Charles Albert Browne.
- - LAC snh 2019-10-03 update (1 card)
- 152 l., : diagrs. ; 31 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
- PA4405.A4 A5 1515
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Ptolemy, Active 2Nd Century, Da Cremona Gherardo, and Johannes Honter. Almagestū Cl. Ptolemei. Opus ingens ac nobile omnes celorū motus continens. Venetijs: P. Liechtenstein, 1515. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/76517936/.
APA citation style:
Ptolemy, A. 2. C., Gherardo, D. C. & Honter, J. (1515) Almagestū Cl. Ptolemei. Opus ingens ac nobile omnes celorū motus continens. Venetijs: P. Liechtenstein. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/76517936/.
MLA citation style:
Ptolemy, Active 2Nd Century, Da Cremona Gherardo, and Johannes Honter. Almagestū Cl. Ptolemei. Opus ingens ac nobile omnes celorū motus continens. Venetijs: P. Liechtenstein, 1515. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/76517936/>.