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A tutor to astronomie and geographie: or an easie and speedy way to know the use of both the globes, coelestial and terrestrial. In six books. The first teaching the rudiments of astronomy and geography. The 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. shewing by the globes the solution of astronomical & geographical probl. Problemes in navigation. Astrological problemes. Gnomonical problemes. Of spherical triangles. More fully and amply then hath ever been set forth either by Gemma Frisius, Metius, Hues, Wright, Blaew, or any others that have taught the use of the globes: and that so plainly and methodically that the meanest capacity may at first reading apprehend it; and with a little practise grow expert in these divine sciences. By Joseph Moxon. Whereunto is added Antient poetical stories of the stars: shewing reasons why the several shapes and forms are pictured on the coelestial globe. Collected from Dr. Hood. As also a Discourse of the antiquity, progress and augmentation of astronomie· Preview this item
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A tutor to astronomie and geographie: or an easie and speedy way to know the use of both the globes, coelestial and terrestrial. In six books. The first teaching the rudiments of astronomy and geography. The 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. shewing by the globes the solution of astronomical & geographical probl. Problemes in navigation. Astrological problemes. Gnomonical problemes. Of spherical triangles. More fully and amply then hath ever been set forth either by Gemma Frisius, Metius, Hues, Wright, Blaew, or any others that have taught the use of the globes: and that so plainly and methodically that the meanest capacity may at first reading apprehend it; and with a little practise grow expert in these divine sciences. By Joseph Moxon. Whereunto is added Antient poetical stories of the stars: shewing reasons why the several shapes and forms are pictured on the coelestial globe. Collected from Dr. Hood. As also a Discourse of the antiquity, progress and augmentation of astronomie·

Author: Joseph Moxon; Thomas Hood; Willem Janszoon Blaeu
Publisher: London : printed by Joseph Moxon: and sold at his shop on Corn-hill, at the sign of Atlas, 1659.
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Royal bindings (Binding)
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Moxon; Thomas Hood; Willem Janszoon Blaeu
OCLC Number: 228725173
Notes: The words "2. ... 6." are enclosed within braces on title page; the words "astronomical ... triangles." are gathered by a left brace.
With added title page (A1v) engraved: Ductor ad astronomiam & geographiam. vel usus globi ...
Running title: A tutor to astronomy and geography.
Caption title on leaf 2C4v: Ancient stories of the several stars . collected from Dr. Hood.
Loosely based on Part 2 of: Blaeu, Willem Janszoon. Institutio astronomica de usu globorum et sphaerarum caelestium ac terrestrium.
Description: [16], 224, 40 p. : ill., tables ; 4to.
Other Titles: Ductor ad astronomiam & geographiam. vel usus globi
Discourse of the antiquity, progress, and augmentation of astronomie
Tutor to astronomy and geography

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