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Petrus Apianus Astronomicum Caesareum, Ingolstadt Petrus Apianus. Astronomicum Caesareum. Owen Gingerich. Research Professor of Astronomy. Harvard-Smithsonian Center.

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Michael Ostendorfer German. This most sumptuous of all Renaissance instructive manuals explained the use of the astrolabe for calculating the altitude of stars and other instruments used for computing planetary positions. The author, court astronomer to Emperor Charles V, also provided new observations on the comet of Halley's Comet. Only about forty copies of this work survive; very few still have the seed pearls that were originally attached to the string markers on each of the eighteen disks.

Not on view. Public Domain. Title: Astronomicum Caesareum. Artist: Michael Ostendorfer German,? Author: Petrus Apianus German, active —40 , German, — Printer: Georg and Petrus Apianus German. Date: May Medium: Hand-colored woodcuts. Classification: Books. Credit Line: Gift of Herbert N. Straus, Accession Number: Essays Europe and the Age of Exploration. Timelines Central Europe including Germany , A. Browse the Collection. Astronomicum Caesareum May Straus, Accession Number: Marking: Printer's mark: Petrus Apianus.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. British Museum, London, , cat. Hollstein German Engravings, Etchings and Woodcuts, ca. Amsterdam, , cat. Department Drawings and Prints , Michael Ostendorfer Geographic Location Bavaria 1, Related Objects. Warhafftige beschreibung des andern Zugs in Osterreich wider den Turcken gemeyner Christenheit Erbfeinde

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Petrus Apianus

Michael Ostendorfer German. This most sumptuous of all Renaissance instructive manuals explained the use of the astrolabe for calculating the altitude of stars and other instruments used for computing planetary positions. The author, court astronomer to Emperor Charles V, also provided new observations on the comet of Halley's Comet. Only about forty copies of this work survive; very few still have the seed pearls that were originally attached to the string markers on each of the eighteen disks. Not on view. Public Domain. Title: Astronomicum Caesareum.

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14. Peter Apian, Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt, 1540)

Petrus Apianus April 16, — April 21, , [1] also known as Peter Apian , Peter Bennewitz , and Peter Bienewitz , was a German humanist , known for his works in mathematics , astronomy and cartography. His books were extremely influential in his time, with the numerous editions in multiple languages being published until The family was relatively well off, belonging to the middle-class citizenry of Leisnig. Apianus was educated at the Latin school in Rochlitz. From to he studied at the University of Leipzig ; during this time, he Latinized his name to Apianus lat.

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