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Urania, the Muse of Astronomy represented in front of Argus, holding a telescope Featured Image

Urania, the Muse of Astronomy represented in front of Argus, holding a telescope

GIA4709988 Urania, the Muse of Astronomy represented in front of Argus, holding a telescope. They weigh and compare the system of Copernicus (left) and that of Jesuite Giovanni Riccioli inspires from that of Tycho Brahe (who combines the geocentric visions of Ptolemee and Heliocentric of Copernicus) and give the advantage to that of Riccioli, in agreement with the Catholic Church. Claude Ptolemee, obsolete, is represented on the ground, with the phrase Erigor dum corrigor" (Maisen en height et corrige). Frontispice of "Almagestum Novum" by Giovanni Riccioli (1598-1671), Bologna, 1651. by Anonymous; Private Collection; (add.info.: Urania, the Muse of Astronomy represented in front of Argus, holding a telescope. They weigh and compare the system of Copernicus (left) and that of Jesuite Giovanni Riccioli inspires from that of Tycho Brahe (who combines the geocentric visions of Ptolemee and Heliocentric of Copernicus) and give the advantage to that of Riccioli, in agreement with the Catholic Church. Claude Ptolemee, obsolete, is represented on the ground, with the phrase Erigor dum corrigor" (Maisen en height et corrige). Frontispice of "Almagestum Novum" by Giovanni Riccioli (1598-1671), Bologna, 1651.); A© Giancarlo Costa; out of copyright

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Fantastic representation of the world system in the middle of the Middle Ages Featured Image

Fantastic representation of the world system in the middle of the Middle Ages

XEE4113628 Fantastic representation of the world system in the middle of the Middle Ages. Italian Picture of the 18th century in " L'atmosphere: meteorologie populaire" (Paris, 1888) by Camille Flammarion - A missionary of the Middle Ages tells us that he found the point where heaven and earth touch each other - The missionary is shown at the point at which the earth and sky join. by Unknown artist, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Fantastic representation of the world system in the middle of the Middle Ages. Italian Picture of the 18th century in " L'atmosphere: meteorologie populaire" (Paris, 1888) by Camille Flammarion - A missionary of the Middle Ages tells us that he found the point where heaven and earth touch each other - The missionary is shown at the point at which the earth and sky join.); Stefano Bianchetti; out of copyright

© Stefano Bianchetti / Bridgeman Images


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