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"Galilee 1564-1642: A Journey Through Galileo Galilei's Life and Legacy" Step into the world of Galileo Galilei

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei's tomb. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. Italy. 18th century

Galileo Galilei's tomb. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. Italy. 18th century
YOU4419629 Galileo Galilei's tomb. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. Italy. 18th century by Foggini, Giovanni Battista (1652-1725); (add.info.: Galileo Galilei, called Galilee (1564-1642)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object)

Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object)
DEX5040742 Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object) by Galilei, Galileo (1564-1642); Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Magnet given by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) to Ferdinando II de Medici, c. 1608 (object)

Magnet given by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) to Ferdinando II de Medici, c. 1608 (object)
DEX5040803 Magnet given by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) to Ferdinando II de Medici, c.1608 (object) by Galilei, Galileo (1564-1642); Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei demonstrating law of gravity in presence of Giovanni De Medici

Galileo Galilei demonstrating law of gravity in presence of Giovanni De Medici, Tribune of Galileo, Florence, c
DEX5040747 Galileo Galilei demonstrating law of gravity in presence of Giovanni De Medici, Tribune of Galileo, Florence, c.1839 (fresco) by Bezzuoli, Giuseppe (1784-1855); Museo della Specola

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee and the Inquisition: 'E pure so muove! '(And yet it moves is a phrase said to have been)

Galilee and the Inquisition: "E pure so muove! "(And yet it moves is a phrase said to have been uttered)
ELD4856314 Galilee and the Inquisition: " E pure so muove! " (And yet it moves is a phrase said to have been uttered before the Inquisition by the Italian mathematician)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei

Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was sentenced in 1633
JLJ4683636 Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was sentenced in 1633 for his work defending the heliocentric model theory of the universe

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece 'Galilee'by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)

Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece "Galilee"by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)
JLJ4685427 Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece " Galilee" by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867) at the French Comedie in 1867. The astronomer is represented there in prison

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece 'Galilee'by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)

Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece "Galilee"by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)
JLJ4685434 Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece " Galilee" by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867) at the French Comedie in 1867. The astronomer is represented there in prison

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Detail of 'Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition'The Italian astronomer

Detail of "Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition"The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei
JLJ4683640 Detail of " Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition" The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was condemned in 1633 for his work defending the heliocentric model

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Brassy instrument known as 'Jovilabe'(Jovilabium

Brassy instrument known as "Jovilabe"(Jovilabium
LRI4632409 Brassy instrument known as " Jovilabe" (Jovilabium) projected following studies on the Jupiter satellite periods by astronomer Galileo Galilei (Galilee) (1564-1642) around 1610

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Double page of 'Medicea Sidera'or Pianeti Medicei

Double page of "Medicea Sidera"or Pianeti Medicei
LRI4632376 Double page of " Medicea Sidera" or Pianeti Medicei (Planetes mediceennes), manuscript by the Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee dit Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) in the presence of the Doge

Galilee dit Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) in the presence of the Doge
LRI4632315 Galilee dit Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) in the presence of the Doge. The scientist presents the telescope at the Venice Senate in the bell tower of St. Marks Square

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: John Milton, English poet and essayist (1608 - 1674) visited Galileo Galilei (Galileo

John Milton, English poet and essayist (1608 - 1674) visited Galileo Galilei (Galileo
GIA4772726 John Milton, English poet and essayist (1608 - 1674) visited Galileo Galilei (Galileo) (1564 - 1642) in his cell of the Florence Inquisition. Engraving. 1860 approx

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee Bezel (1564 - 1642), Museum of Science and Technology, Milan

Galilee Bezel (1564 - 1642), Museum of Science and Technology, Milan
GIA4695405 Galilee Bezel (1564 - 1642), Museum of Science and Technology, Milan. by Unknown Artist, (17th century); Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo Da Vinci, Milan

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee, Italian astronomer (1564-1642

Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee, Italian astronomer (1564-1642
XEE4148957 Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee, Italian astronomer (1564-1642) engraving by Tommaso Piroli (1752-1824) private collection by Piroli

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Reproduction of the thermoscope used by astronomer Galileo Galilei (Galilee) (1564-1642

Reproduction of the thermoscope used by astronomer Galileo Galilei (Galilee) (1564-1642
LRI4632406 Reproduction of the thermoscope used by astronomer Galileo Galilei (Galilee) (1564-1642) for his studies on the effect on air density produced by temperature variations

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Clock a weighing pendulum studied by the Italian astronomer

Clock a weighing pendulum studied by the Italian astronomer
LRI4632386 Clock a weighing pendulum studied by the Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642) in 1638 to measure time. Drawing

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: John Milton (1608-1674) visiting Galileo Galilei (Galilee)

John Milton (1608-1674) visiting Galileo Galilei (Galilee)
GIA4713287 John Milton (1608-1674) visiting Galileo Galilei (Galilee), in his prison of the Inquisition in Arcetri, near Florence, in 1640. 19th century engraving from a painting by T. Lessi

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Representation of the moon. Plate taken from 'Sidereus nuncius'

Representation of the moon. Plate taken from "Sidereus nuncius"
GIA4792182 Representation of the moon. Plate taken from " Sidereus nuncius" (or " the celestial messenger" ) by Galileo Galilei (Galilee) by Unknown Artist

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei (Galilee) 1564-1642 - engraving - 19th century

Galileo Galilei (Galilee) 1564-1642 - engraving - 19th century
GIA4719862 Galileo Galilei (Galilee) 1564-1642 - engraving - 19th century by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Gravity force. The inclined plane of Galileo Galilei (Galileo) (1564 - 1642

Gravity force. The inclined plane of Galileo Galilei (Galileo) (1564 - 1642
GIA4765317 Gravity force. The inclined plane of Galileo Galilei (Galileo) (1564 - 1642) which allowed him to discover the laws of gravity by studying the fall of bodies around 1604

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)) before the Holy Office in the Vatican'

Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)) before the Holy Office in the Vatican"
LSE4335239 Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)) before the Holy Office in the Vatican" The astronomer was sentenced by the Inquisition Tribunal in 1632

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Captivity of Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642) at the palace of the Archbishop of

Captivity of Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642) at the palace of the Archbishop of
XEE4412010 Captivity of Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642) at the palace of the Archbishop of Siena. by Unknown Artist

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Captivity of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee, Italian astronomer (1564-1642)

Captivity of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee, Italian astronomer (1564-1642)
XEE4165536 Captivity of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee, Italian astronomer (1564-1642), engraving after Charles Mullers painting, 1867

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo brought before the Inquisition Court (1633). postcard after the fresco of

Galileo brought before the Inquisition Court (1633). postcard after the fresco of
XEE4103232 Galileo brought before the Inquisition Court (1633). postcard after the fresco of Barabino by Barabino, Nicolo (1832-91) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei (Galileo) presenting the first astronomical bezel at the Doge of Venice

Galileo Galilei (Galileo) presenting the first astronomical bezel at the Doge of Venice
LSE4111772 Galileo Galilei (Galileo) presenting the first astronomical bezel at the Doge of Venice. by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Portrait of Galilee - Galileo Galilei - From series 'Leaders of Men'

Portrait of Galilee - Galileo Galilei - From series "Leaders of Men"
XEE4162629 Portrait of Galilee - Galileo Galilei - From series " Leaders of Men" - Chromolithography - English School, 20th century - by English School

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei and his Telescope, 1864 (engraving )

Galileo Galilei and his Telescope, 1864 (engraving )
XEE4154162 Galileo Galilei and his Telescope, 1864 (engraving ) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Frontispice of 'Dialogue on the Two Great Systems of the World'

Frontispice of "Dialogue on the Two Great Systems of the World"
LRI4632357 Frontispice of " Dialogue on the Two Great Systems of the World" (dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642). observing the oscillation of the lamp of

Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642). observing the oscillation of the lamp of
XEE4405036 Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642).observing the oscillation of the lamp of the Cathedral of Pisa. from" La Ciencia y sus Hombres by Louis Figuier" Barcelona 1881 by

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) before Pope Urban VIII in 1633

Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) before Pope Urban VIII in 1633
XEE4138820 Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) before Pope Urban VIII in 1633. (Urbano 8 Maffeo Barberini) Engraving of 1842 in " Histoire des popes" by Maurice Lachatre

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Grainness: law of spaces. Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642

Grainness: law of spaces. Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642
XEE4139745 Grainness: law of spaces. Galilee (or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) observes the movement of a ball on an inclined plane to study the fall of bodies. Anonymous illustration from 1925

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Italian scientist, observing the pendulum-like swinging of a

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Italian scientist, observing the pendulum-like swinging of a
XEE4147033 Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Italian scientist, observing the pendulum-like swinging of a lamp in Pisa Cathedral, Italy

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galilee (or Galileo Galilei, 1564-1642) before the Holy Office in the Vatican The

Galilee (or Galileo Galilei, 1564-1642) before the Holy Office in the Vatican The
JLJ4623364 Galilee (or Galileo Galilei, 1564-1642) before the Holy Office in the Vatican The astronomer was sentenced by the Inquisition Tribunal in 1632 for defending Copernicuss theories

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Aristotle, Ptolemy and Nicolas Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1543)

Aristotle, Ptolemy and Nicolas Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1543)
LSE4102985 Aristotle, Ptolemy and Nicolas Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1543), astronomers - Frontispice of " Dialogus De Systemate Mundi" by Galileo Galilei, 1635

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: John Milton (1608-1674) visiting Galileo Galilei during Milton

John Milton (1608-1674) visiting Galileo Galilei during Milton
XEE4153667 John Milton (1608-1674) visiting Galileo Galilei during Miltons Italian tour of 1638-1639. engraving by Unknown Artist

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642), physicist, mathematician

Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642), physicist, mathematician
LSE4317263 Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642), physicist, mathematician, and Italian astronomer. in " Portraits of Useful Men", 1833-1836

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Galileo, astronomer (1564 - 1642) presents the telescope to the three graces

Galileo, astronomer (1564 - 1642) presents the telescope to the three graces
GIA4707549 Galileo, astronomer (1564 - 1642) presents the telescope to the three graces. With his right hand, he indicates the planet Jupiter with his satellites discovered by himself

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Portrait of Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer (oil on canvas, 17th century)

Portrait of Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer (oil on canvas, 17th century)
LRI4669978 Portrait of Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer (oil on canvas, 17th century) by Sustermans, Justus (1597-1681); Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). 1610

Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). 1610
LRI4632427 Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). 1610. Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence by Unknown Artist

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Metal and brave clock model made by Eustachio Porcellotti after the studies of astronomer

Metal and brave clock model made by Eustachio Porcellotti after the studies of astronomer
LRI4632418 Metal and brave clock model made by Eustachio Porcellotti after the studies of astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642) carried out around 1637. 1879 Dim

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Frontispice of 'Dialogue on the Two Great Systems of the World'

Frontispice of "Dialogue on the Two Great Systems of the World"
LRI4632362 Frontispice of " Dialogue on the Two Great Systems of the World" (dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642) presents the long - view to

Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642) presents the long - view to
GIA4693730 Portrait of Galileo Galilei dit Galileo (1564 - 1642) presents the long - view to the Doge in his Ducal Palace in Venice

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Aristotle, Ptolemee and Nicolas Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1543)

Aristotle, Ptolemee and Nicolas Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1543)
XEE4192053 Aristotle, Ptolemee and Nicolas Copernicus (Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1543), Astronomers - Title page of " Dialogus De Systemate Mundi" (Dialogo dei Massimi Sistemi)

Background imageGalilee 1564 1642 Collection: Last stage of the theatre piece 'Galilee'

Last stage of the theatre piece "Galilee"
XEE4178630 Last stage of the theatre piece " Galilee", a three-act drama by Francois Ponsard, a French poet and playwright (1814-1867) plays at the French comedie theatre in Paris



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"Galilee 1564-1642: A Journey Through Galileo Galilei's Life and Legacy" Step into the world of Galileo Galilei, a renowned Italian astronomer whose contributions revolutionized our understanding of the universe. In this captivating journey, we explore various aspects of his life and work, shedding light on his remarkable achievements and enduring influence. At the Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence, Italy, lies Galileo Galilei's tomb—a testament to his lasting impact. Dating back to the 18th century, it serves as a solemn reminder of his significant contributions to science. One notable object associated with Galileo is an objective lens and astronomical bezel dating back to 1610. This instrument played a crucial role in observing celestial bodies and furthering our knowledge about the cosmos. Delve deeper into history as we discover a magnet gifted by Galileo himself to Ferdinando II de Medici around 1608. This artifact not only showcases their connection but also highlights Galileo's innovative spirit beyond astronomy. In one fascinating fresco from c. 1839, witness an intriguing moment when Giovanni De Medici observes as Galileo demonstrates the law of gravity—an awe-inspiring display that captivated audiences during that time. However, not all chapters in Galileo's life were filled with triumphs. The infamous trial before the Tribunal of the Inquisition in 1633 saw him condemned for defending Copernicus' heliocentric model theory—his belief that Earth revolved around the sun rather than being at its center. The struggle faced by this brilliant mind is vividly portrayed in Francois Ponsard's play "Galilee" performed at French Comedie in 1867. Here he is depicted imprisoned—a poignant representation capturing both his brilliance and persecution. A detailed depiction titled "Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition" further illustrates the gravity of Galileo's trial.