Vincenzo Maria Coronelli's Atlante Veneto and the Diagrammatic Tradition of Cosmography

@article{Mosley2011VincenzoMC,
  title={Vincenzo Maria Coronelli's Atlante Veneto and the Diagrammatic Tradition of Cosmography},
  author={Adam Mosley},
  journal={Journal for the History of Astronomy},
  year={2011},
  volume={42},
  pages={27 - 53}
}
  • Adam Mosley
  • Published 2011
  • Geography
  • Journal for the History of Astronomy
  • The Atlante veneto of Vincenzo Maria Coronelli (1650-1718) might seem a distinctly odd choice of subject for an article in a collection focused on astronomical diagrams of the period 1450-1650. Coronelli himself, though familiar to historians of cartography, is not an especially well-known figure in the history of astronomy. He is probably best known to readers of this journal as the producer of enormous globes, terrestrial as well as celestial, an accomplishment celebrated in the title of the… CONTINUE READING
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