The Resource Tabulæ Rudolphinæ, : quibus astronomicæ scientiæ, temporum longinquitate collapsæ restauratio continetur;, a phœnice illo astronomorum Tychone, ex illustri & generosa Braheorum in regno Daniæ familiâ oriundo equite, primum animo concepta et destinata anno Christi MDLXIV: exindf [sic] observationibus siderum accuratissimis, post annum præcipue MDLXXII quo sidus in Cassiopeiæ constellatione novum effulsit, seriò affectata; variisque operibus, cùm mechanicis, tùm librariis, impenso patrimonio amplissimo, accedentibus etiam subsidiis Friderici II. Daniæ regis, regali magnificentiâ dignis, tracta per annos XXV. potissimùm in insula Freti Sundici Huenna, & arce Uraniburgo, in hos usus à fundamentis extructa: Tandem traducta in Germaniam, inque aulam et nomen Rudolphi imp. anno MDIIC. Tabulas ipsas, jam et nuncupatas, et affectas, sed morte authoris sui anno MDCI. desertas, jussu et stipendiis fretus trium imppp. Rudolphi, Matthiæ, Ferdinandi, annitentibus hæredibus Braheanis; ex fundamentis observationum relictarum; ad exemplum ferè partium jam exstructarum; continuis multorum annorum speculationibus, & computationibus, primùm Priagæ Bohemorum continuavit; deinde Lincii, Superioris Austriæ metropoli, subsidiis etiam ill. provincialium adjutus, perfecit, absolvit; adq[ue] causarum & calculi perennis formulam traduxit. Ioannes Keplerus, .

Tabulæ Rudolphinæ, : quibus astronomicæ scientiæ, temporum longinquitate collapsæ restauratio continetur;, a phœnice illo astronomorum Tychone, ex illustri & generosa Braheorum in regno Daniæ familiâ oriundo equite, primum animo concepta et destinata anno Christi MDLXIV: exindf [sic] observationibus siderum accuratissimis, post annum præcipue MDLXXII quo sidus in Cassiopeiæ constellatione novum effulsit, seriò affectata; variisque operibus, cùm mechanicis, tùm librariis, impenso patrimonio amplissimo, accedentibus etiam subsidiis Friderici II. Daniæ regis, regali magnificentiâ dignis, tracta per annos XXV. potissimùm in insula Freti Sundici Huenna, & arce Uraniburgo, in hos usus à fundamentis extructa: Tandem traducta in Germaniam, inque aulam et nomen Rudolphi imp. anno MDIIC. Tabulas ipsas, jam et nuncupatas, et affectas, sed morte authoris sui anno MDCI. desertas, jussu et stipendiis fretus trium imppp. Rudolphi, Matthiæ, Ferdinandi, annitentibus hæredibus Braheanis; ex fundamentis observationum relictarum; ad exemplum ferè partium jam exstructarum; continuis multorum annorum speculationibus, & computationibus, primùm Priagæ Bohemorum continuavit; deinde Lincii, Superioris Austriæ metropoli, subsidiis etiam ill. provincialium adjutus, perfecit, absolvit; adq[ue] causarum & calculi perennis formulam traduxit. Ioannes Keplerus, .

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Tabulæ Rudolphinæ, : quibus astronomicæ scientiæ, temporum longinquitate collapsæ restauratio continetur;
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Tabulæ Rudolphinæ,
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quibus astronomicæ scientiæ, temporum longinquitate collapsæ restauratio continetur;
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a phœnice illo astronomorum Tychone, ex illustri & generosa Braheorum in regno Daniæ familiâ oriundo equite, primum animo concepta et destinata anno Christi MDLXIV: exindf [sic] observationibus siderum accuratissimis, post annum præcipue MDLXXII quo sidus in Cassiopeiæ constellatione novum effulsit, seriò affectata; variisque operibus, cùm mechanicis, tùm librariis, impenso patrimonio amplissimo, accedentibus etiam subsidiis Friderici II. Daniæ regis, regali magnificentiâ dignis, tracta per annos XXV. potissimùm in insula Freti Sundici Huenna, & arce Uraniburgo, in hos usus à fundamentis extructa: Tandem traducta in Germaniam, inque aulam et nomen Rudolphi imp. anno MDIIC. Tabulas ipsas, jam et nuncupatas, et affectas, sed morte authoris sui anno MDCI. desertas, jussu et stipendiis fretus trium imppp. Rudolphi, Matthiæ, Ferdinandi, annitentibus hæredibus Braheanis; ex fundamentis observationum relictarum; ad exemplum ferè partium jam exstructarum; continuis multorum annorum speculationibus, & computationibus, primùm Priagæ Bohemorum continuavit; deinde Lincii, Superioris Austriæ metropoli, subsidiis etiam ill. provincialium adjutus, perfecit, absolvit; adq[ue] causarum & calculi perennis formulam traduxit. Ioannes Keplerus, .
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Subject
Language
lat
Cataloging source
RPJCB
Citation location within source
  • 27
  • 629/77
  • 12754; 5118
  • 79
  • no. 80; p.196-197
Citation source
  • JCB Lib. cat., additions 1471-1700
  • Alden, J.E. European Americana
  • Houzeau & Lancaster
  • Caspar, M. Bib. Kepleriana
  • Wroth, L.C. The early cartography of the Pacific
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1571-1630
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Kepler, Johannes
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
QB41
LC item number
.K432
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1546-1601
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Brahe, Tycho
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  • Astronomy
  • Astronomy
  • Ephemerides
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Tabulæ Rudolphinæ, : quibus astronomicæ scientiæ, temporum longinquitate collapsæ restauratio continetur;, a phœnice illo astronomorum Tychone, ex illustri & generosa Braheorum in regno Daniæ familiâ oriundo equite, primum animo concepta et destinata anno Christi MDLXIV: exindf [sic] observationibus siderum accuratissimis, post annum præcipue MDLXXII quo sidus in Cassiopeiæ constellatione novum effulsit, seriò affectata; variisque operibus, cùm mechanicis, tùm librariis, impenso patrimonio amplissimo, accedentibus etiam subsidiis Friderici II. Daniæ regis, regali magnificentiâ dignis, tracta per annos XXV. potissimùm in insula Freti Sundici Huenna, & arce Uraniburgo, in hos usus à fundamentis extructa: Tandem traducta in Germaniam, inque aulam et nomen Rudolphi imp. anno MDIIC. Tabulas ipsas, jam et nuncupatas, et affectas, sed morte authoris sui anno MDCI. desertas, jussu et stipendiis fretus trium imppp. Rudolphi, Matthiæ, Ferdinandi, annitentibus hæredibus Braheanis; ex fundamentis observationum relictarum; ad exemplum ferè partium jam exstructarum; continuis multorum annorum speculationibus, & computationibus, primùm Priagæ Bohemorum continuavit; deinde Lincii, Superioris Austriæ metropoli, subsidiis etiam ill. provincialium adjutus, perfecit, absolvit; adq[ue] causarum & calculi perennis formulam traduxit. Ioannes Keplerus, .
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  • Full imprint information given at end of title: opus hoc ad usus præsentium & posteritatis, typis, numericis propriis, cæteris, & prælo Jonæ Saurii, reip. Ulmanæ typographi, in publicum extulit, & typographicis operis Ulmæ curator affuit
  • Work planned and initial steps begun by Tycho Brahe who was also responsible for the selection of the title
  • Represents the third issue of the first preliminary gathering ():(, p. [1-8], 1st count) and the first issue of the second preliminary gathering (2):(, p. [9-16], 1st count). For details see Caspar
  • Includes: Sportula (p. 121-125, 2nd count; p. [1-3], 3rd count) and folded world map. Some copies also include: Appendix, edited and published by the author's son-in-law, Jacob Bartsch, in Sagan, 1630, shortly after Kepler's death
  • Main body of text printed in Ulm, 1627; the first gathering ():(), in its third issue, printed in Ulm, 1628; and the Sportula printed in Görlitz, 1629, according to Caspar. Its colophon, p. [2], 3rd count, reads: Typis Saganensibus. Anno 1629
  • First plate (frontispiece) dated Norimbergæ, A:o 1627, but issued in 1628; second plate (world map, by Philipp Eckebrecht) dated Norimbergæ, A:o 1630, but issued much later, after 1658; it is dedicated to Emperor Leopold who ruled from 1658-1705; see Caspar and Wroth
  • Signatures: ):(-2):(4 a-q4 (leaf b3 signed as: "Aa3") A-N4 O8 ():(1 verso, q4 verso, O8 verso blank)
  • Pages 12-13, 2nd count, misnumb.: "4-5"
  • Plates unnumbered. Text illustrations p. [78], 2nd count, numbered: I-VIII
  • Errata (p. [1-2], 3rd count)
  • Caption title for Sportula section: Joannis Keppleri Sportula Genethliacis missa de Tabularum Rudolphi uso in computationibus astrologicis: Cum modo dirigendi novo & naturali (p. 121, 2nd count; text covers p. 121-125, 2nd count, and, on p. [1-2], 3rd count: Notæ et animadversiones nonnullæ ad præcepta Tabularum Rudolphi)
  • The astronomical tables are on p. 2-118 and p. 119 (misnumb.: "115"), 4th count
  • World map displayed in one central full circle and two outer semicircles; America is represented on the left (western) semicircle, the left (western) portion of the central circle and the upper right portion of the right (eastern) semicircle
Extent
1 online resource ([16], 125, [3], 115 [i.e. 119], [1] pages, [2] leaves of plates (1 folded)
Form of item
online
Note
John Carter Brown Library copy bound in contemporary paper boards.
Other physical details
illustrations, map)
Specific material designation
remote
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Tabulæ Rudolphinæ, : quibus astronomicæ scientiæ, temporum longinquitate collapsæ restauratio continetur;, a phœnice illo astronomorum Tychone, ex illustri & generosa Braheorum in regno Daniæ familiâ oriundo equite, primum animo concepta et destinata anno Christi MDLXIV: exindf [sic] observationibus siderum accuratissimis, post annum præcipue MDLXXII quo sidus in Cassiopeiæ constellatione novum effulsit, seriò affectata; variisque operibus, cùm mechanicis, tùm librariis, impenso patrimonio amplissimo, accedentibus etiam subsidiis Friderici II. Daniæ regis, regali magnificentiâ dignis, tracta per annos XXV. potissimùm in insula Freti Sundici Huenna, & arce Uraniburgo, in hos usus à fundamentis extructa: Tandem traducta in Germaniam, inque aulam et nomen Rudolphi imp. anno MDIIC. Tabulas ipsas, jam et nuncupatas, et affectas, sed morte authoris sui anno MDCI. desertas, jussu et stipendiis fretus trium imppp. Rudolphi, Matthiæ, Ferdinandi, annitentibus hæredibus Braheanis; ex fundamentis observationum relictarum; ad exemplum ferè partium jam exstructarum; continuis multorum annorum speculationibus, & computationibus, primùm Priagæ Bohemorum continuavit; deinde Lincii, Superioris Austriæ metropoli, subsidiis etiam ill. provincialium adjutus, perfecit, absolvit; adq[ue] causarum & calculi perennis formulam traduxit. Ioannes Keplerus, .
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Publication
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  • Full imprint information given at end of title: opus hoc ad usus præsentium & posteritatis, typis, numericis propriis, cæteris, & prælo Jonæ Saurii, reip. Ulmanæ typographi, in publicum extulit, & typographicis operis Ulmæ curator affuit
  • Work planned and initial steps begun by Tycho Brahe who was also responsible for the selection of the title
  • Represents the third issue of the first preliminary gathering ():(, p. [1-8], 1st count) and the first issue of the second preliminary gathering (2):(, p. [9-16], 1st count). For details see Caspar
  • Includes: Sportula (p. 121-125, 2nd count; p. [1-3], 3rd count) and folded world map. Some copies also include: Appendix, edited and published by the author's son-in-law, Jacob Bartsch, in Sagan, 1630, shortly after Kepler's death
  • Main body of text printed in Ulm, 1627; the first gathering ():(), in its third issue, printed in Ulm, 1628; and the Sportula printed in Görlitz, 1629, according to Caspar. Its colophon, p. [2], 3rd count, reads: Typis Saganensibus. Anno 1629
  • First plate (frontispiece) dated Norimbergæ, A:o 1627, but issued in 1628; second plate (world map, by Philipp Eckebrecht) dated Norimbergæ, A:o 1630, but issued much later, after 1658; it is dedicated to Emperor Leopold who ruled from 1658-1705; see Caspar and Wroth
  • Signatures: ):(-2):(4 a-q4 (leaf b3 signed as: "Aa3") A-N4 O8 ():(1 verso, q4 verso, O8 verso blank)
  • Pages 12-13, 2nd count, misnumb.: "4-5"
  • Plates unnumbered. Text illustrations p. [78], 2nd count, numbered: I-VIII
  • Errata (p. [1-2], 3rd count)
  • Caption title for Sportula section: Joannis Keppleri Sportula Genethliacis missa de Tabularum Rudolphi uso in computationibus astrologicis: Cum modo dirigendi novo & naturali (p. 121, 2nd count; text covers p. 121-125, 2nd count, and, on p. [1-2], 3rd count: Notæ et animadversiones nonnullæ ad præcepta Tabularum Rudolphi)
  • The astronomical tables are on p. 2-118 and p. 119 (misnumb.: "115"), 4th count
  • World map displayed in one central full circle and two outer semicircles; America is represented on the left (western) semicircle, the left (western) portion of the central circle and the upper right portion of the right (eastern) semicircle
Extent
1 online resource ([16], 125, [3], 115 [i.e. 119], [1] pages, [2] leaves of plates (1 folded)
Form of item
online
Note
John Carter Brown Library copy bound in contemporary paper boards.
Other physical details
illustrations, map)
Specific material designation
remote

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