Record

Reference numberCLP/8i/12
LevelItem
TitlePaper, explanation of an astronomical instrument designed by Buratini
Date[c17th Century]
DescriptionCl.P/8i/12a is the English translation of the original text by Burattini in Italian. Even though the image sheet is catalogued as 12a and bound in the volume behind the text 12a, it seems likely that this sheet accompanied Burattini's original text on the basis that the label next to the figures says 'Figura', as in the Italian original text, instead of 'Fig.' as in the translation.

Subject: Instrument / Astronomy
LanguageItalian
Extent8p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionInk on paper.
NotesCl.P/8i/12a is the English translation of the original text by Burattini in Italian. Even though the image sheet is catalogued as 12a and bound in the volume behind the text 12a, it seems likely that the image sheet accompanied Burattini's original text on the basis that the label next to the figures says 'Figura', as in the Italian original text, instead of 'Fig.' as in the translation.
Access statusOpen
Related materialFor English translation see CLP/8i/12a
Related records in the catalogueCLP/8i/12a
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