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Un post-incunable retrouve: l' Usus annuli astronomici de Gemma Frisius, Louvain et Anvers, 1534

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In his bibliography of the works written or edited by Gemma Frisius, Fernand van Ortroy quoted the Uhus annuli astronornici, issued in 1539 in Petrus Apianus's Cosmographia, printed in Antwerp by A. Birckman and G. Coppens van Diest. Van Ortroy supposed that another edition was printed in 1534, but did not find any trace of it. The author describes a rediscovered copy of the Usus annuli astronornici, printed by J. Grapheus in Antwerp in 1534 for Gemma Frisius in Leuven, illustrated, with a title-page of its own and in-octavo.


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