JF Ptak Science Books Post 1182
This is a continuation of an earlier post here offering a chronology of cosmologies. This brings the total number of images to 81, a little more than half-way to the planned 150-item list. I'll be folding them together into one file shortly. Enjoy.
Egyptian night sky.
Ancient Japanese cosmogram.
Ancient Mexican cosmogram.
Hopi Tunwup, the Sky God.
Chrisrian Anima Mundi.
The planets and the four elements, represented in naive form, in woodcut, in Philippe de Mantegat Judicium cum tractibus planetarii, and published in Milan in 1496.
Alboul Hassan Ali, Praeclarissimus in Juditijs Astronrum, printed in Venice, 1519, showing an arablian astrologer calculating and constructing a celestial sphere.
1533 Introductio geographica by Petrus Apianus, Ingolstadt, 1533
The All-Wise Doorkeeper, Musaeum Hermeticum, 1677.
H. Van Loon, for L’Atlas Curieux by Nicolas de Fer, Paris: 1700-05
Alexander Jamieson: Stereographic Projection of the Northern Celestial Hemisphere
Andriveau-Goujon: Cosmographie Generale