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Main titleHorologiorum novorum radio recto; Refracto in Aqua; Reflexo in Speculo; Solo Magnete horas Astronomicas, Italicas, Babylon, indicantiu[m], Demonstratio et Constructio : quas Praeside Georgio Schenbergero Societatis Jesu in Archiducali Friburgo-Brisgoiorum Universitate Matheseos Professore Ordinario, disputabit ... LL. Artium atq[ue] Philosophiae Magister Ioannes Zua Friburge[n]sis Helvetius Die 28. Sept / Georg Schönberger
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Horoscopion Apiani generale dignoscendis horis cuiusqumque generis aptissimum ... His accedit distantia[rum], altitudinum, & profunditatum per idem hoc instrumentum dimetiendarum ratio longe accuratissima & ingeniosa ...
Author, ContributorApian, Petrus [1495-1552] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Petrus Apian
Imprint[Ingolstadt] : [Apianus], [1533]
Description20 Bl. : Ill. (5 gefaltete Tafeln) ; 29 cm (4°)
LanguageGerman
Bibliographical referenceVD16 A 3085
Providing InstitutionETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 8897 q
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-1315 
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ReferenceHorologiorum novorum radio recto; Refracto in Aqua; Reflexo in Speculo; Solo Magnete horas Astronomicas, Italicas, Babylon, indicantiu[m], Demonstratio et Constructio / Horoscopion Apiani generale dignoscendis horis cuiusqumque generis aptissimum ... His accedit distantia[rum], altitudinum, & profunditatum per idem hoc [...]. [Ingolstadt] : [Apianus], [1533]. ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 8897 q, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-1315 / Public Domain Mark