3 edition of Stoeffler"s Elucidatio found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographic references (p. 237-240) and index.
|Statement||translated and edited by Alessandro Gunella and John Lamprey from the Latin text published in Paris by Guillaume Cavellat, 1553.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Gunella, Alessandro., Lamprey, John.|
|LC Classifications||QB85 .S813 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||2007275855|
Jim has been a reliable resource for me for many years in my studies and work in the field of astrolabes. Anyone that wants to look into all of the nooks and crannies of this fascinating subject will have to have his book. --John Lamprey - author of "Hartmann's Practika" (), and co-author of "Stoeffler's Elucidatio" (). The book can be recommended to all who wish to obtain some knowledge of what the science of astronomy means. The pages are full of interest and novelty, and a large collection of illustrations, brought together from many sources, is one of the most notable features of the book; there is a useful list of definitions, a bibliography and a good
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Das Buch bietet neben einer historischen Einführung Erläuterungen zur geometrischen Konstruktion eines Astrolabiums für die geographische Breite von La Chaux-de-Fonds, fussend auf Johannes Stoefflers, Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii (/13) und Franz Ritters Astrolabium ()?pageNum_Recordset_produit= The spherical astrolabe, a variation of both the astrolabe and the armillary sphere, was invented during the Middle Ages by astronomers and inventors in the Islamic world.  The earliest description of the spherical astrolabe dates back to Al-Nayrizi (fl. –). In the 12th century, Sharaf al-Dīn al-Tūsī invented the linear astrolabe, sometimes called the "staff of al-Tusi," which
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Stoeffler's Elucidatio - The Construction and Use of the Astrolabe. Translation by Alessandro Gunella and John Lamprey, Hard cover, pp. Library Edition Book Size - 8 5/8" x 11" (Very limited quantities) Standard Edition Book Size - 9 3/4" x 13 3/4" Deluxe Edition Book Size - COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus German mathematician and astronomer Johann Stoeffler (or Johannes Stöffler) wrote an influential book with the title Elucidatio fabricae vsusque astrolabii, on how to make and Stoefflers Elucidatio book an astrolabe.
First published inthe book went through 16 editions by the year According to the Oxford Museum of the History of Science, it was “one of the most influential books on a scientific 3.
Paper astrolabe by Peter Jordan, Mainz, included in his edition of Stöffler’s Elucidatio. Type: Book Inv. n/a Source: Lewis Evans Library: catalogue entry | other books by Stöffler Further details: Astrolabes East-West catalogue entry.
Many editions of Stöffler’s book Johannes Stöffler () was a German mathematician, astronomer, and instrument and clock maker, who from held the chair of mathematics and astronomy at the University of Tübingen.
His most successful work was the Elucidatio Fabricae Ususque Astrolabii, a treatise on the design, construction and use of the astrolabe broadly reprinted between sixteenth and early Stoeffler’s Elucidatio – The Construction and Use of the Astrolabe, English translation by Alessandro Gunella and John Lamprey, Classical Science Press, Stoefflers Elucidatio book is a translation of a 16th century manual on the construction and use of the astrolabe; expensive, but second only to Morrison’s book The oldest book is the Kalendarium of Regiomontanus, an astronomical calendar, published at Venice in There are also various editions, from onwards, of the classic textbook on the astrolabe, Johannes Stöffler’s Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii; and of the first full-length book devoted to sundials, Sebastian Münster’s His Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii was one of the most influential books published on the astrolabe, with editions extending from into the seventeenth century.
He was the teacher of Philipp Melanchthon, Johannes Schöner, and Sebastian Münster and a key member of the generation who considered Regiomontanus the paragon of Alessandro Gunella and John Lamprey, Stoeffler's Elucidatio. John Lamprey, Cheyenne, Wyoming,ISBN English translation of the famous text of Johannes Stoeffler "Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii" (/13).
?page=8&language=en-EN. Johannes Stöffler (* Dezember vermutlich in Justingen bei Blaubeuren; † Februar in Blaubeuren) war ein süddeutscher Astronom, Mathematiker, Astrologe, gefragter Hersteller von Himmelsgloben und astronomischen Instrumenten sowie Pfarrer.
Er war der erste Professor für Astronomie an der Universität Astronomie Astrologie Kollegen und Schüler Ehrungen Werke Association copies Considerable interest attaches to the ownership history of an antique book, usually indicated by bookplates, stamps, signatures, or other inscriptions.
It can be telling, for instance, to know that an institution (such as a college or observatory) had a particular title in its library, or that an individual received a Stoeffler also discusses an horary quadrant for equal hours, the use of the shadow square in surveying, and the astrological applications of the astrolabe.
Such was the currency of his account that Stoeffler s astrolabe came to stand for fixed-latitude astrolabes, as distinct from the universal ones." Descrizione: Oppenheim, Johann Köbel,Folio, two parts in one vol, ff  74 ; printed in red and black, with armorial woodcut title border with coats-of-arms of the German states and The Netherlands and Switzerland, woodcut border by the Master DS on dedication leaf to Maximilian I, full-page anatomical man within repeat of title armorial woodcut border, 24 smaller woodcut IONIDES Stephen A.
One Day Telleth Another: The book can be recommended to all who wish to obtain some knowledge of what the science of astronomy means.
The pages are full of interest and novelty, and a large collection of illustrations, brought together from many sources, is one of the most notable features of the book; there is a useful list of definitions, a bibliography and a good Stoeffler's Elucidatio: the construction and use of the astrolabe = "Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii" / translated and edited by Alessandro Gunella and John Lamprey from the Latin text published in Paris by Guillaume Cavellat, Stoeffler, Johann, [ Book: ] An important 13th-century book on optics Ma John Blagrave’s Mathematical Jewel Ma Johannes Stöffler’s Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii Febru Stoeffler's Elucidatio: the construction and use of the astrolabe = "Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii" by Johann Stoeffler; Alessandro Gunella; John Lamprey Print book Apart from a historical introduction the book offers notes on the construction of an astrolabe for the latitude of La Chaux-de-Fonds based on Johannes Stoeffler’s Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii (/13) and Franz Ritter’s Astrolabium ().
Furthermore, the application of the astrolabe on astronomical clock dials is ://?cmd=detail&titelnummer= Stoeffler's Elucidatio by Johann Stoeffler,available at Book Depository with free delivery :// JF Ptak Science Books LLC I couldn’t let yesterday’s bloodletting images pass without reference to this excellent woodcut for Johann Stoeffler’s Calendarium Romanum Magnum, printed in Oppenheym by the redoubtable Jacob Koebel, (24 March) It is a glorious display (entitled Simulcarum humani corporis) of seasonal (!) purgative and bloodletting locations on the body, meant to.
Informationen zum Titel»Geschichte, Konstruktion und Anwendung des Astrolabiums bei Zifferblättern astronomischer Uhren«von Günther Oestmann [mit Kurzbeschreibung, Inhaltsverzeichnis und Verfügbarkeitsabfrage]This book is THE astrolabe book.
It's a modern treatment that includes computer code as well as ancient methods for laying out astrolabes. It includes all kinds of variations, including a "linear astrolabe" that consists of a marked stick and three strings, which the Arabs used about years ://Anyone that wants to look into all of the nooks and crannies of this fascinating subject will have to have his book.
--John Lamprey - author of "Hartmann's Practika" (), and co-author of "Stoeffler's Elucidatio" (). The astrolabe is one of the most significant scientific instruments of all ://