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Flowers of the Sky: Augsburger Wunderzeichenbuch, Folio 52 (erschrocklicher Comet,

Geben ou Tenacusum a, from The Comet Book ('Kometenbuch'), a century album of stylised watercolour sketches of both comets and meteors. via the one-of-a-kind peacay :)

Folio "In 1007 A., a wondrous comet appeared. It gave off fire and flames in every direction. It was seen in Germany and Welschland and it fell onto the earth." Augsburger Wunderzeichenbuch, c.

Comet from ’The Augsburg Wunderzeichenbuch’; A mid-sixteenth century book of miracles. artist unknown, ca.

miles a, from The Comet Book ('Kometenbuch'), a century album of stylised watercolour sketches of both comets and meteors. via the one-of-a-kind peacay :)

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Folio "In 1300 A., a terrible comet appeared in the sky. and in this year, on St Andrew’s Day, an earthquake shook the ground so that many buildings collapsed. At this time, Pope Boniface VIII established the first jubilee year.

Weiß aka Edmund Weiss aka E. Weiss (Austrian, - Leonid Meteor Storm, as seen over North America on the night of November from E. Weiß’s Bilderatlas der Sternenwelt Woodcut

Illustrations astronomical of the XIX century - Ilustrações astronômicas do século XIX.

The November Meteors, recorded by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot. From the Trouvelot Astronomical Drawings Manual, 1882

The "Book of Miracles" includes 26 examples of comets, including this one: "In the year 1007 A., a wondrous comet appeared. It gave off fire and flames in all directions. As it fell to Earth it was seen in Germany and Italy.

1531 -- "In the year 1531 four comets appeared in the sky opposite one another, such that they could be seen in certain places in the Netherlands, juste as they are painted." -- The Book of Miracles ca 1552

Marvin Bileck (American, b. Passaic, NJ, USA) - Illustration for All About The Stars by Anne Terry White, 1954 Book Arts

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