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Astronomicum Caesareum Planetary Maps [36 Images]

Astronomicum Caesareum Planetary Maps [36 Images]

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The Astronomicum Caesareum is a masterpiece of Renaissance-era astronomy, created by the German mathematician and astronomer, Peter Apian. Published in 1540, the book presents a detailed and innovative account of the heavens, including descriptions of astronomical instruments and methods of observation. The most remarkable feature of the book is its collection of 48 intricate woodcut prints, which depict the celestial spheres and the movements of the planets and stars. The woodcuts are expertly crafted and adorned with gold and silver ink, making them both beautiful and scientifically informative. The Astronomicum Caesareum is a rare and treasured artifact of early modern astronomical knowledge and technology.

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