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[Treatises on astronomical instruments]

Publisher: [France, 15--]
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : Latin
Database:WorldCat
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Anonymous treatise on constructing and using a horologium diei et noctis (combined sun dial and nocturnal), perhaps missing its first leaf, with 4 small tables (f. 4v, 6r, 6v, 8r). The uses include telling time of day and night, determining the times of sunrise and sunset and the precession of equinoxes and solstices, and measuring the height of stars. The first pages of an incomplete treatise on constructing a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Codices
Treatises
Tables (documents)
Manuscripts, Latin
Manuscripts, Renaissance
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
OCLC Number: 401296112
Language Note: Latin.
Notes: Ms. codex.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Foliation: Paper, ii (modern) + 12 + ii (modern); 1¹²; 1-12, later foliation in ink, upper right recto.
Layout: Written in 22-29 long lines. Some recto text affected by trimming at the right edge of the page.
Script: Written in Gothic cursive script.
Watermark: Similar to Briquet, Lettres soudées 9755 (Luxueil, 1518-1519; Dole, 1522-1530; Luxueil, 1531; Hamburg, 1533).
Binding: Modern quarter calf with marbled boards and endleaves; modern calligraphic Gothic inscription, Cy est manuscript de Astronomie, on flyleaf.
Origin: Written in eastern France in the 16th century, perhaps Franche-Comté or Lyonnais in the first half of the 16th century (based on script and watermarks).
Description: 12 leaves : paper ; 184 x 136 (155-159 x 98) mm. bound to 190 x 145 mm.
Contents: 1. f.1r-11r: [On the composition and uses of a horologium diei et noctis (combined sun dial and nocturnal)] 2. f.11v-12v: Baculus Jacob.

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Anonymous treatise on constructing and using a horologium diei et noctis (combined sun dial and nocturnal), perhaps missing its first leaf, with 4 small tables (f. 4v, 6r, 6v, 8r). The uses include telling time of day and night, determining the times of sunrise and sunset and the precession of equinoxes and solstices, and measuring the height of stars. The first pages of an incomplete treatise on constructing a instrument for measuring angles called a baculus Jacob (called cross-staff or Jacob's staff in English, arbalestrille in French) follow.

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