Annus et dies; [manuscript] : opus ex quo deerrans superioribus temporibus, et instauratum nunc ad aetatem sancrosan[cti] synodi Nicenae calendarium (vulgo vetus et novum cal[endarium] vocant) comparantur et coaequantur. Alia quae his cohaerent versa pagina ordine ostendit /; autore Paulo Fabricio medico doctore, Ferd[inandi] I, Maxi[milliani] II, Rudol[phi] II, imp[erpetuum] caesarum mathematico. - Colenda Digital Repository
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Annus et dies; [manuscript] : opus ex quo deerrans superioribus temporibus, et instauratum nunc ad aetatem sancrosan[cti] synodi Nicenae calendarium (vulgo vetus et novum cal[endarium] vocant) comparantur et coaequantur. Alia quae his cohaerent versa pagina ordine ostendit /; autore Paulo Fabricio medico doctore, Ferd[inandi] I, Maxi[milliani] II, Rudol[phi] II, imp[erpetuum] caesarum mathematico.

Title:
Annus et dies [manuscript] : opus ex quo deerrans superioribus temporibus, et instauratum nunc ad aetatem sancrosan[cti] synodi Nicenae calendarium (vulgo vetus et novum cal[endarium] vocant) comparantur et coaequantur. Alia quae his cohaerent versa pagina ordine ostendit / autore Paulo Fabricio medico doctore, Ferd[inandi] I, Maxi[milliani] II, Rudol[phi] II, imp[erpetuum] caesarum mathematico.
Abstract:
A collection of works primarily focused on the measurement of dates in relation to the newly adopted Gregorian calendar reform of 1582, including imperial mandates and a comparison of dates between the Julian and Gregorian calendars. It includes charts of the position and timing of the sun's rise and set over the course of the year, the position of stars in the sky, and information on the equinoxes.
Creator:
Fabricius, Paulus
Format:
32 leaves : paper; 364 x 250 mm. bound to 370 x 255 mm.
Identifier:
(OCoLC)ocn233699848; (OCoLC)233699848; (PU)4336212-penndb-Voyager
Language:
Latin, with some German glosses.
Provenance:
Sold by Ivan Volkoff (Solvang, California), 1967.
Publisher:
[Vienna, ca. 1583]
Relation:
http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/4336212
Subject:
Calendar, Gregorian -- Early works to 1800.; Calendar reform -- Early works to 1800.; Astronomy -- Charts, diagrams, etc. -- Early works to 1800.; Astronomy -- Tables -- Early works to 1800.; Astronomy -- Early works to 1800.; Codices.; Calendars.; Proclamations.; Manuscripts, Latin; 16th century.; Manuscripts, European.
Type:
Manuscripts
Call Number:
Oversize Ms. Codex 1228