The Resource Ioannis Kepleri Sae. Cae. Mtis. mathematici Dioptrice, seu, Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt : Praemissae epistolae Galilaei de ijs, quae post editionem Nuncij siderij ope perspicilli, nova & admiranda in c¿lo deprehensa sunt : item examen praefationis Ioannis Penae Galli in Optica Euclidis, de usu optices in philosophia

Ioannis Kepleri Sae. Cae. Mtis. mathematici Dioptrice, seu, Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt : Praemissae epistolae Galilaei de ijs, quae post editionem Nuncij siderij ope perspicilli, nova & admiranda in c¿lo deprehensa sunt : item examen praefationis Ioannis Penae Galli in Optica Euclidis, de usu optices in philosophia

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Ioannis Kepleri Sae. Cae. Mtis. mathematici Dioptrice, seu, Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt : Praemissae epistolae Galilaei de ijs, quae post editionem Nuncij siderij ope perspicilli, nova & admiranda in c¿lo deprehensa sunt : item examen praefationis Ioannis Penae Galli in Optica Euclidis, de usu optices in philosophia
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Ioannis Kepleri Sae. Cae. Mtis. mathematici Dioptrice, seu, Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt
Title remainder
Praemissae epistolae Galilaei de ijs, quae post editionem Nuncij siderij ope perspicilli, nova & admiranda in c¿lo deprehensa sunt : item examen praefationis Ioannis Penae Galli in Optica Euclidis, de usu optices in philosophia
Title variation
  • Dioptrice seu Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt
  • Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt
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Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • vol. 13, p. 1174, col. 345
  • 4320
Citation source
  • BM (compact ed.)
  • Zinner, E. Astronomischen Literatur in Deutschland
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1571-1630
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Kepler, Johannes
Dewey number
535.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
QC353 .K383 1611
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
active 1604-1625
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Franck, David
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Galilei, Galileo
  • Pena, Jean
  • Optics
  • Telescopes
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Ioannis Kepleri Sae. Cae. Mtis. mathematici Dioptrice, seu, Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt : Praemissae epistolae Galilaei de ijs, quae post editionem Nuncij siderij ope perspicilli, nova & admiranda in c¿lo deprehensa sunt : item examen praefationis Ioannis Penae Galli in Optica Euclidis, de usu optices in philosophia
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Note
  • Four letters of Galileo (13 Nov. 1610-26 March 1611) in Italian, with Latin translation: p. 15-27, 2nd sequence
  • Signatures: )(́þ a-ćþ d℗ø A-Ḱþ [L]℗ø
  • Errata and addendum: [4] p. at end
  • Woodcut title page vignette; historiated woodcut initial; tail-piece (repeated)
  • Text printed in Roman and italic type
Extent
1 online resource ([8], 28, 80, [4] pages
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy halfbound in modern calfskin and marbled papers with the title stamped in gilt along the spine. The perforation stamp of the Library is present on the title page, with the bookplate of the Bowditch fund on the front pastedown. The final gathering of two leaves ([L]℗ø), which contain the errata and addendum, are wanting.
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illustrations (woodcuts))
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remote
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Ioannis Kepleri Sae. Cae. Mtis. mathematici Dioptrice, seu, Demonstratio eorum quae visui & visibilibus propter conspicilla non ita pridem inventa accidunt : Praemissae epistolae Galilaei de ijs, quae post editionem Nuncij siderij ope perspicilli, nova & admiranda in c¿lo deprehensa sunt : item examen praefationis Ioannis Penae Galli in Optica Euclidis, de usu optices in philosophia
Link
Publication
Note
  • Four letters of Galileo (13 Nov. 1610-26 March 1611) in Italian, with Latin translation: p. 15-27, 2nd sequence
  • Signatures: )(́þ a-ćþ d℗ø A-Ḱþ [L]℗ø
  • Errata and addendum: [4] p. at end
  • Woodcut title page vignette; historiated woodcut initial; tail-piece (repeated)
  • Text printed in Roman and italic type
Extent
1 online resource ([8], 28, 80, [4] pages
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy halfbound in modern calfskin and marbled papers with the title stamped in gilt along the spine. The perforation stamp of the Library is present on the title page, with the bookplate of the Bowditch fund on the front pastedown. The final gathering of two leaves ([L]℗ø), which contain the errata and addendum, are wanting.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts))
Specific material designation
remote

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