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The Seventeenth-Century Terrestrial Globe by Morden, Berry and Lea
ABSTRACT Throughout the early modern period, the intellectual and symbolic value of globes ensured these objects enjoyed a broad cultural appeal. Consequently, their design was subject to a wideExpand
"Perhaps Irrelevant". The Iconography of Tycho Brahe's Small Gilt Brass Quadrant.
Considering a range of visual productions that may have influenced Tycho Brahe's iconography, the present paper situates the quadrant within the broader context of Renaissance visual culture and examines the significance of the Quadrant in Tycho's wider instrument collection. Expand
Instruments of authority: Tycho Brahe’s technological illustrations
ABSTRACT The astronomical instruments of Danish astronomer, Tycho Brahe, were crucial to his intended reform of astronomy in the sixteenth century. Tycho represented these devices in a series ofExpand