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Roman celestial globe, 2nd century A.D. Replica of the original Mainz, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, inv. 42695D  This globe shows the 48 constellations known to the ancients, plus the circles of the solstices and of the equinoxes. It also has the oldest known representation of the Milky Way.

Roman celestial globe, 2nd century A.D. Replica of the original Mainz, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, inv. 42695D This globe shows the 48 constellations known to the ancients, plus the circles of the solstices and of the equinoxes. It also has the oldest known representation of the Milky Way.

Celestial globe, 2nd century B.C. - 1st century A.D.  Paris, Kugel Collection    The constellations depicted on this silver globe are based on the iconographic tradition of Hyginus. This is one of the oldest extant depictions of the celestial sphere.

Celestial globe, 2nd century B.C. - 1st century A.D. Paris, Kugel Collection The constellations depicted on this silver globe are based on the iconographic tradition of Hyginus. This is one of the oldest extant depictions of the celestial sphere.

Abraham Gessner (Switzerland, Zurich, 1552-1613) Switzerland, circa 1600 Furnishings; Serviceware Silver, parcel-gilt Height: 23 5/16 in. (5...

Abraham Gessner (Switzerland, Zurich, 1552-1613) Switzerland, circa 1600 Furnishings; Serviceware Silver, parcel-gilt Height: 23 5/16 in. (5...

Islamic Brass Astrolabe with Five Celestial Globes - Origin: India Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD  Collection: Islamic Art Medium: Brass

Islamic Brass Astrolabe with Five Celestial Globes - Origin: India Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD Collection: Islamic Art Medium: Brass

Johann Reinhold (1550-1596) Celestial globe clock, Augsburg, 1588 Paris, Musée des Arts et Métiers, inv. 07491  This is one of the five extant examples of an astronomical instrument driven by a clockwork mechanism built by Johann Reinhold. It reproduces the movements of the heavenly bodies, and it allows the user to determine the hour and day of the year as well as performing numerous other calculations.

Johann Reinhold (1550-1596) Celestial globe clock, Augsburg, 1588 Paris, Musée des Arts et Métiers, inv. 07491 This is one of the five extant examples of an astronomical instrument driven by a clockwork mechanism built by Johann Reinhold. It reproduces the movements of the heavenly bodies, and it allows the user to determine the hour and day of the year as well as performing numerous other calculations.

Pair of Globes; Globes designed and assembled by Jean-Antoine Nollet (French, 1700 - 1770), The terrestrial map engraved by Louis Borde (French, active 1730 - 1740), and celestial map engraved by Nicolas Bailleul le jeune (French, active 1740s), et al; Paris, France; 1728 - 1730; Printed paper, papier-mâché, poplar, spruce, and alder painted with vernis Martin, and bronze; 86.DH.705; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Pair of Globes; Globes designed and assembled by Jean-Antoine Nollet (French, 1700 - 1770), The terrestrial map engraved by Louis Borde (French, active 1730 - 1740), and celestial map engraved by Nicolas Bailleul le jeune (French, active 1740s), et al; Paris, France; 1728 - 1730; Printed paper, papier-mâché, poplar, spruce, and alder painted with vernis Martin, and bronze; 86.DH.705; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

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