The astrolabes of the world
Robert T. Gunther
An edition of The astrolabes of the world (1932)

The astrolabes of the world

based upon the series of instruments in the Lewis Evans collection in the old Ashmolean Museum at Oxford : with notes on astrolables in the collections of the British Museum, Science Museum, Sir J. Findlay, Mr. S. V. Hoffman, the Mensing collection, and in other public and private collections

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An edition of The astrolabes of the world (1932)

The astrolabes of the world

based upon the series of instruments in the Lewis Evans collection in the old Ashmolean Museum at Oxford : with notes on astrolables in the collections of the British Museum, Science Museum, Sir J. Findlay, Mr. S. V. Hoffman, the Mensing collection, and in other public and private collections

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Publisher
Holland Press
Language
English
Pages
609

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Published in

London

Table of Contents

v. 1. The Eastern astrolabes.
v. 2. The Western astrolabes.

Edition Notes

"First published 1932."

Vol. 1 includes a facsimile reprint of "Description of a planispheric astrolabe constructed for Sha h Sulta n Husain Safawi , king of Persia, by William H. Morley. London, Williams and Norgate, 1856." (p. 1-49)

Includes index and bibliographical references.

The Physical Object

Pagination
2 v. in 1 (609 p., 109 leaves of plates) :
Number of pages
609

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL14132393M

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