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Astrolabes and Sundials. Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris

This astrolabe was made in Germany in the 17th century, a time when astrolabes were already on the verge of decline in the West. It is remarkable for its fanciful stellar markers (usually just sharp pointers, for the sake of precision) and for including the comet of 1618 and the novae of 1572, 1600, and 1604. (Adler Collections, M-34.)

This astrolabe was made in Germany in the 17th century, a time when astrolabes were already on the verge of decline in the West. It is remarkable for its fanciful stellar markers (usually just sharp pointers, for the sake of precision) and for including the comet of 1618 and the novae of 1572, 1600, and 1604. (Adler Collections, M-34.)

Astrolab (dated 9th century): This was for measuring the altitude of heavenly bodies above the horizon, and so determining (among other things) the time of day or night. Readings are taken by means of rotatable alidade, a diametrical rule with sights.

Astrolab (dated century): This was for measuring the altitude of heavenly bodies above the horizon, and so determining (among other things) the time of day or night. Readings are taken by means of rotatable alidade, a diametrical rule with sights.

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Astrolabe- Turkey, Museum of the Institute of the arab world

Astrolabe, 1216. by Abou Bakr Ibn Iousouf (13th c)  Location:Musee Paul Dupuy, Toulouse, FrancePhoto Credit:Bridgeman-Giraudon / Art Resource, NYImage Reference:ART108532Image size:9270 X 7067 pxKeywords 13th century CE, Arabic script, Astrolabe, Bronze, Islamic Art

Astrolabe, by Abou Bakr Ibn Iousouf c) Location:Musee Paul Dupuy…

“Planispheric Astrolabe” or the Astronomical Astrolabe

“Planispheric Astrolabe” or the Astronomical Astrolabe Designed for the Northern Hemisphere with 2 climate plates One for 10 degrees The other for your latitude

Arabic astrolabe of the Columbus room. Madrid, naval museum. Location: MUSEO NAVAL / MINISTERIO DE MARINA, MADRID, SPAIN.  - stock photo

Arabic astrolabe of the Columbus room. Madrid, naval museum. Location: MUSEO NAVAL / MINISTERIO DE MARINA, MADRID, SPAIN. - stock photo

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Epact: Astrolabe signed by Georg Hartmann, dated 1541

Discover Islamic Art - Virtual Museum - object_ISL_tr_Mus01_25_en

The Discover Islamic Art Virtual Museum and Virtual Exhibitions present the Islamic heritage of the Mediterranean basin, alongside collections of Islamic art hosted by the participating museums, with a Database of 1850 objects and 385 monuments.

planisphere astrolab 16s flanders

planisphere astrolab 16s flanders

Universal Astrolabe, by Anthoine Mestrel, Paris, 1551

Universal Astrolabe, by Anthoine Mestrel, Paris, 1551 (MHS Record Details: IRN Inventory number

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

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