2 edition of Peter Apianus and his Astronomicum Caesareum. found in the catalog.
Peter Apianus and his Astronomicum Caesareum.
|Statement||[Translated by G. Archenhold]|
|Contributions||Apian, Peter, 1495-1552.|
|LC Classifications||QB41 .A64 1540ab|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71,  p.|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||72012559|
Peter Apianus und sein Astronomicum Caesareum. Leipzig: Edition Leipzig, Fully digitised copy of the edition available here. See also, for reference, here: O’Connor, John J. & Robertson, Edmund F. Petrus Apianus, MacTutor History of . The Imperial Astronomy of Petrus Apianus () is one of the most impressive and beautiful scientific works of all time. Dedicated to Charles V, who had appointed Apian as his court astronomer, it explains the use of the astrolabe (for calculating the altitude of stars) and other instruments used for computing planetary positions, data that was crucial to be able to .
In return, Apianus dedicated his most famous work to Charles in the 'Astronomicum Caesareum’, a comprehensive review of contemporary astronomical knowledge, including theories from the use of solar eclipses to determine longitude to Apianus’ own observation that the tails of comets always point away from the sun. The Book as a Scientific Instrument. (Book Reviews: Astronomicum Caesareum. Peter Apianus und sein Astronomicum Caesareum) Book Authors: Apianus, Peter: Review Author: de Solla Price, Derek J. Publication: Science, Volume .
Peter Apian’s Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt, ) is one of the finest printed books in the National Library of Scotland, hand coloured throughout and featuring ingenious and beautiful volvelles. The dedication featuring the arms of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and his . 2 janv. - Astronomicum Caesareum | Peter Apianus | | Biblioteque Nationale de France | 39r. 2 janv. - Astronomicum Caesareum | Peter Apianus | | Biblioteque Nationale de France | 39r. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.
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Title-page framed by a woodcut border, on verso of the same leaf woodcut coat of arms of joint the dedicatees Charles V and his brother Ferdinand of Spain. 53 eleven-line and 39 six-line historiated woodcut initials by Hans Brosamer. 36 full-page woodcut astronomical figures coloured by a contemporary hand, of which 21 have a total of 83 volvelles [complete].
39 [of. Author's name given at head of fol.  recto (=A3 recto) as: Apianus. Illustrated title page, with two woodcuts, one a frame surrounding the title, the other circular, with printed text on bottom left and right.
Reference in title is to Emperor Charles V to whom and his brother, King Ferdinand I, this work is dedicated. Peter Apian’s Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt,) is one of the finest printed books in the National Library of Scotland, hand coloured. Folio (x mm.), 59 leaves, title within woodcut border, woodcut arms of the dedicatees Charles V and his.
Peter Apian’s Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt,) is one of the finest printed books in the National Library of Scotland, hand coloured. Folio (x mm.), 59 leaves, title within woodcut border, woodcut arms of the dedicatees Charles V and his brother Ferdinand of Spain on.
Peter Apian and his Astronomicum caesareum. Peter Apian was a German humanist and famous for his works in mathematics, astronomy and cartography. From to he spent a few years at the University of Vienna to study geography and astronomy. [PETRUS APIANUS] Astronomicum Caesareum [Ingolstadt, ] ROSENWALD COLLECTION The “Emperor’s Astronomy” from the private press of Petrus Apianus is one of the great masterpieces of sixteenth-century printing.
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Apian, Peter (). Astronomicum g: Edition Leipzig. (Facsimile edition with an appendix, “Peter Apianus and His Astronomicum Caesareum,” by.
Astronomicum cæsareum Names Apian, Peter, (Author) Dates / Origin Date Issued: (Inferred) Place: Ingolstadii Place: Ingolstadt (Germany) Library locations Rare Book Division Shelf locator: *KB+++ (Apianus, P.
Astronomicum cæsareum) Topics Astronomy-- Early works to Comets Genres Books Notes. One of his early publications, the "Cosmographicus liber" (), a book on navigation, won the favor of Emperor Charles V, who publicly honored him in Regensburg in and granted him the right to print in and a civil coat of arms in In return, Apian dedicated his "Astronomicum Caesareum" () to the Emperor and his brother.
Astronomicum Caesareum. Peter Apianus. Facsimile of theIngolstadt, edition, pp., illus., with a companion volume, Peter Apianus und sein Astronomicum Caesareum, including a facsimile of Apianus' German commentary and an introduction, in German and English, by Diedrich Wattenberg, pp., illus.
Edition Leipzig, Leipzig, Cited by: 2. Peter Apian, Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt, ) Type: instrument / book Inv. n/a Source: Royal Astronomical Society. This extraordinary publication, the work of the printer, mathematician and cosmographer, Peter Apian, is predominantly an instrument in the form of a book.
Peter Apian and his. Astronomicum caesareum. Abstract. Peter Apian was a German humanist and famous for his works in mathe.
matics, astronomy and cartography. From to he spent a few years. at the University of Vienna to study geography and astronomy. Petrus Apianus Ap — Apalso known as Peter ApianPeter Bennewitzand Peter Bienewitz was a German humanistknown for his works in mathematics astronoomicum, astronomy and cartography.
The family was relatively well off, belonging to the middle-class citizenry of Leisnig. File:Astronomicum und sein Astronomicum Cæsareum / Peter Apianus and his Astronomicum Cæsareum (Leipzig, ); Owen Gingerich, ‘Apianus’ Astronomicum Caesareum’, Journal of the History of Astronomy 2 (), pp.
–77, although his census of copies lacks New College’s exemplar. Astronomicum Cæsareum. The Astronomicum Caesareum is considered by many as "perhaps the most beautiful scientific book ever printed" (Brashear, Ronald, Daniel Lewis, and Owen Gingerich.
) It is the work of Petrus Apianus (), who studied astronomy, cosmography and mathematics at the University of Leipzig and in Vienna.
Astronomicum.Petrus Apianus, also known as Peter Apian, Peter Bennewitz, and Peter Bienewitz, was one of four sons of Martin and Gertrud entered the University of Leipzig where he studied mathematics, astronomy and cosmography.
Perhaps we should indicate what the study of cosmography entailed.Home; This edition;English, German, Book edition: Peter Apianus and his Astronomicum Caesareum. / [Translated by G. Archenhold]. Wattenberg, Diedrich.