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The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and celestial maps in the East and in the West

@inproceedings{Ameisenowa1959TheGO,
  title={The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and celestial maps in the East and in the West},
  author={Zofia Ameisenowa},
  year={1959}
}

Caspar Vopel's Ventures in Sixteenth-Century Celestial Cartography

ABSTRACT This paper concerns the undertakings in celestial cartography of the sixteenth-century Cologne cartographer Caspar Vopel. Copies of his printed celestial globe and of the celestial maps

Expertise ex Stellis: Comets, Horoscopes, and Politics in Renaissance Hungary

Martin Bylica became the favorite court astrologer to the Hungarian king Matthias Corvinus in 1468 and then enjoyed royal patronage throughout the remainder of Corvinus’s reign. Initially, Bylica’s

Martin Bylica at the Court of Matthias Corvinus: Astrology and Politics in Renaissance Hungary

Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary from 1458–1490, recognized an intimate connection between astrology and politics. His rich library contained numerous astrological texts, and he decorated his

Presentations and Additions to the Library

  • Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
  • 1963