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globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz

Zofia Ameisenowa

globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz

and celestial maps in the east and in the west

by Zofia Ameisenowa

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Published by Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich in Wrocław .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bylica, Marcin, 1434?-1493.,
  • Celestial globes.,
  • Astronomy -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Zofia Ameisenowa ; translated by Andrzej Potocki.
    SeriesMonografie z dziejów nauki i techniki,, t. 11
    ContributionsZakład Narodowy imienia Ossolińskich.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB66 .A513
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p., 46 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5973042M
    LC Control Number65084457
    OCLC/WorldCa34050068

    Ameisenowa, Zofia, The Globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and Celestial Maps in the East and in the West, rev., Archimedes, and Kircher, Buffon and the Burning-Mirrors, Aristarchus, and his relation to Copernicus, Awards and Prizes: American Academy of Arts and Sciences monograph prizes, , American Council of Learned Societies, Books about Bylica: The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz: And celestial maps in the east and in the west (Monografie z dziejoÌ w nauki by Zofia Ameisenowa () Bylica Swietoianska (Polish Edition) by Kasper Twardowski ( ).

    The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz: And celestial maps in the east and in the west (Monografie z dziejoÌ w nauki by Zofia Ameisenowa () Bylica Swietoianska (Polish Edition) by Kasper Twardowski ( ). Zofia Ameisenowa's 9 research works with 16 citations and 69 reads, including: The tree of life in Jewish iconography.

    Marcin Bylica. Marcin Bylica, also known as Martin Bylica and Marcin z Olkusza, was a Polish astrologer, astronomer, and physician at the court of. In a prescient comment, Corvinus refers to Bylica as his ‘master Martin, astronomer and Galeotus’ (Corvinus , p. ).2 Corvinus had identified Bylica as a Galeotus, alluding to the Sicilian interpreters of prodigies, 2 months before Bylica himself interpreted for the king a prodigious comet (Cicero , Book 1, chap. 20, 39)


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The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Son of burgher Jan, waterworks caretaker of Olkusz.

He studied first probably at parish school in Olkusz, and later at the University of Cracow, where he doubtless studied under the astronomer Marcin Król z Żurawicy.

Bylica later taught astronomy at. Detail from the Globe of Martin Bylica Olkusz (), showing the constellation Auri (Courtesy of The Warburg Institute, University London.)Cited by: 2.

A most impressive celestial globe preserved from the early Renaissance was made by Hans Dorn for Martin Bylica of Olkusz, better known as Martin Ilkusz, Royal astronomer at the court of Matthias Corvinus. This paper describes the construction and use of this instrument for the determination of stellar by: 1.

Ameisenova, Zofia. The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and celestial maps in the East and in the A. Potocki. Wrocław: Zaklad Narodowy Imienia Ossolinskich. Zofia Ameisenowa has written: 'The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz' -- subject(s): Astronomy, Celestial globes, History 'Kodeks Baltazara Behema' -- subject(s): Illumination of books and.

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— Martin Bylica de Olkusz en – place sur ses instruments astronomiques plusieurs types très précis de cadrans solaires. — Nicolas Copernic en est l'inventeur de la méthode de réflexion en gnomonique. — Jean Hevelius en construit un nouveau type cadran solaire, reproduit plusieurs fois en XVII e –XIX e siècles Cited by: 1.

For example, see Zofia Ameisenowa, The Globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and Celestial Maps in the East and in the West,trans. An-drzej Potocki (Wrociaw: Zakiad Narodowy Imienia Ossolin´skich, ); Deborah Jean Warner, The Sky Explored: Celestial Cartography, – (New York: Alan R.

Liss, ); Rochelle S. Rosenfeld. and a celestial globe made by Hans Dorn (c. ). All these instruments belonged to Martin Bylica from Olkusz, a student and professor of the Cracow Academy and a court astronomer of the Hungarian King to Matthias Corvinus.

He bequeathed them to his Alma Mater. There was a celebration of the whole Academy when the instru-ments came to Cracow.Marcin Bylica (c in Olkusz – in Buda), also known as Martin Bylica and Marcin z Olkusza, was a Polish astrologer, astronomer, and physician at the court of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary.Bylica Book Character, Fictional Character.

Bylica is a fictional character from the novel Chłopi by a Polish author Władysław Reymont. The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and celestial maps in the East and in the West Cataloged instance, Book Edition. The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and celestial maps in the East and in the West.