3 edition of Cosmography: or, A description of the whole world found in the catalog.
Cosmography: or, A description of the whole world
by printed by S. Griffin for John Overton at the White-Horse in Little Brittain, next door to little St. Bartholomews-Gate in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Cosmography, Description of the whole world|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2028:12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 166,  p|
|Number of Pages||166|
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Cosmography is the science that maps the general features of the cosmos or universe, Peter Heylin's book Cosmographie In , Thomas Porter published a smaller, but extensive Compendious Description of the Whole World, which also included a chronology of world . In particular this book is a great read for anyone who wants to understand why classical cosmology puts the earth instead of the sun at the center (geocentrism) and how the "flat earth" concept derived in these old books is actually a description of planetary motion on the ecliptic s:
Moving beyond traditional cosmography's compendious data collection and compilation of maps, the Atlas defines an intellectual watershed by seeking to envision the totality of the world. Cosmopoesis. Capturing the world in a single glance on a map demanded unique skills and a vast network of informants and sources. NEAR the beginning of Elizabeth’s reign, Reginald Wolfe, the Queen’s Printer, with the splendid audacity characteristic of that age, planned to publish a “universal Cosmography of the whole world, and therewith also certain particular histories of every known nation.” Raphael Holinshed had charge of the histories of England, Scotland, and Ireland, the only part of the work ever.
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Cosmography definition, a science that describes and maps the main features of the heavens and the earth, including astronomy, geography, and geology.
See more. The Greek astronomer, mathematician, and geographer Claudius A description of the whole world book (circa –circa ), known as Ptolemy, was a theoretician of geocentrism who collected his geographical works in the Geōgraphikḕ Hyphḗgēsis (Introduction to geography) in eight books.
This work, which was considered the summation of all the geographical knowledge of the Greco-Roman world, was largely. DETAILS. A edition of Peter Heylyn's Cosmography with three maps. Disbound. With three maps and an engraved title page. At least the first twenty-six pages are missing.
This work is one of the earliest attempts to describe the entire world in English, and being the first known description of Australia and among the first of California. Item Description: RARE 17TH C GEOGRAPHY BOOK - Peter Heylen; "Cosmography, in Four Books, containing the Chorography and History of the Whole World: and all the Principal Kingdoms, Provinces, Seas and Isles therof.
With an Accurate and an Approved Index of all the Kingdoms, Provinces, Countries, Inhabitants, People, Cities, Mountains. ‘Besides the fine world maps drawn according to the projections of the best scholars of the period - such as the map by Guillaume Le Testu, or the marvelous, richly illuminated cosmographies, largely consisting of speculations on lands ‘as yet undiscovered ‘- most were maps intended for navigation.’’.
The Cosmographia ("Cosmography") by Sebastian Münster (–) from is the earliest German-language description of the world. It had numerous editions in different languages including Latin, French (translated by François de Belleforest), Italian, English, and last German edition was published inlong after his death.
The Cosmographia was one of the A description of the whole world book successful. cosmography (kŏz-mŏg′rə-fē) n. cosmographies 1.
The mapping of the universe as a whole system. A general description or depiction of the world or universe: "a full-blown cosmography in which Earth is 'the garbage dump of the universe'" (Mark Muro). cosmog′rapher n. cos′mograph′ic (-mə-grăf′ĭk), cos′mograph. cosmographies 1. The mapping of the universe as a whole system.
A general description or depiction of the world or universe: "a full-blown Cosmographers - definition of cosmographers by The Free Dictionary A general description or depiction of the world or universe: cosmography - the science that maps the general. Cosmography in four books, Paulin.
Cosmography in four books, containing the chorography and history of the whole world: and all the principal kingdoms, provinces, seas, and the isles thereof / by Peter Heylyn Printed for P.C.T A little description of the great world / Peter Heylyn; Cosmographie [microform]: in four bookes.
Get this from a library. Cosmography: or, A description of the whole world: represented (by a more exact and certain discovery) in the excellencies of its scituation, commodities, inhabitants, and history: of their particular and distinct governments, religions, arms, and degrees of honour used amongst them.
Enlarged with very many and rare additions. cosmography definition: 1. a general description of the world 2. the science dealing with the structure of the universe as a whole and of its related parts: geology, geography, and astronomy are branches of cosmographyOrigin of cosmographyMiddle English c.
Cosmographiae Introductio [Introduction to Cosmography: with Certain Necessary Principles of Geometry and Astronomy, to Which are Added the Four Voyages of Amerigo Vespucci] by Waldseemuller, Martin; English translation by Joseph Fischer and Franz von Wieser and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Christian Topography is the only extant Greek treatise both written and illustrated in the sixth century, although known only through later copies.
Taking inspiration from East Syrian exegesis, the treatise transforms the heritage of classical cosmography into a new, Christian image of the universe. Because images are an inherent part of the argument, the Christian Topography offers a.
This manuscript volume preserves two works. The first is a 14th-century copy of Kitāb ṣuwar al-kawākib (Book of the constellations of the fixed stars) by ʻAbd al-Rahman ibn ʻUmar al-Sufi (–86). The second is a 17th-century Ottoman Turkish translation of the first part (on the supra-terrestrial creatures) of Kitāb ‘Ajā’ib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharā’ib al-mawjūdāt (The wonders.
Bookseller Arroyo Seco Books (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title Cosmography In Four Books, Containing The Chorography And History Of The Whole World: And All The Principle Kingdoms, Provinces, Seas And Isles Thereof, With An Accurate And An Approved Index.
Get this from a library. Cosmography or, a description of the whole world: represented (by a more exact and certain discovery) in the excellencies of its scituation, commodities, inhabitants, and history: of their particular and distinct governments, religions, arms, and degrees of honour used amongst them.
Enlarged with very many and rare additions. It was a large, comprehensive description of British History. In Reginald Wolfe, a London printer, conceived the idea of creating a "Universal Cosmography of the whole world, and there with also certain particular histories of every known nation." He wanted the work to be printed in English and he wanted maps and illustrations in the book.
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Description. HEYLYN, PETER. Cosmography in Four Books. Containing the Chorography and history of the Whole World. Four engraved folding maps, letterpress. pline of cosmography. In this book, cosmography was clearly distinguished from geography and chorography2.
The latter two disciplines were famously compared to portrait painting and distinguished among each other in terms of scale. Geog raphy consisted in the consideration of the whole earth, while the end of chorog.
Definition of cosmography in the dictionary. Meaning of cosmography. What does cosmography mean? Information and translations of cosmography in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.Because it served as the primary source of the great writer’s English history plays Raphael Holinshed’s Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland will be forever linked with William Shakespeare.
The project began inwhen a London printer, Reginald Wolfe, thought of creating a “Universal Cosmography of the whole world, and therewith also certain particular.
The cosmography represents a physical description of the world arranged from the outer spheres of the universe, where the throne of God, the Angels and the Planets are located, down to Earth where the Peoples living in the Islands of the Oceans, the Mineral, the Vegetal and the Animal Kingdoms are described throughout the s: 1.