200 AD The World According to Claudius Ptolemy
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This map, created by greek cartographer Claudius Ptolemy in 140 A.D., is the oldest surviving depiction of Ireland.
A printed map from the 15th century depicting Ptolemy's description of the Ecumene, (1482, Johannes Schnitzer, engraver).
Ptolemy with an armillary sphere model, by Joos van Ghent and Pedro Berruguete, 1476, Louvre, Paris
The world map from Codex Vaticanus Urbinas Graecus 82, done according to Ptolemy's 1st projection
Claudius Ptolemy (AD c100-170), Greek-Egyptian astronomer, geographer and
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A 15th century copy of Ptolemy's map of Britain and Ireland.
Geography by Ptolemy, Latin manuscript of the early 15th century
A 15th-century manuscript copy of the Ptolemy world map, reconstituted from Ptolemy's Geography (circa AD 150), indicating the countries of "Serica" and " ...
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The mathematician Claudius Ptolemy 'the Alexandrian', as depicted by a 16th-century engraving
In Claudii Ptolemaei Geographiacae Enarrationis Libri octo. Artist: Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg
Engraving of a crowned Ptolemy being guided by the muse of Astronomy, Urania, from Margarita Philosophica by Gregor Reisch, 1508.
Claudius Ptolemy (90-168 AD), was a Greek-Roman citizen of
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In Claudii Ptolemaei Geographiacae Enarrationis Libri octo. Author: Claudius Ptolemaeus (Greek, Alexandria
Ptolemy using a quadrant and being guided by the muse Astronomy. Claudius Ptolemy (90
Map of Sarmatia 'Cosmographia' by Claudius Ptolemy (Ptolemaeus) (90-168AD
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•Cosmas Indicopleustes' “Christian Topography”, around 540 AD, from a 9th
An early Baroque artist's rendition of Claudius Ptolemaeus (left). To the right is shown a 15th-century manuscript copy of the Ptolemy world map, ...
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Marbres d'Orange tabula, showing the cadastral map of the Roman colony Julia Firma Arausio Secundanorum (77 AD) consisting of three maps, and showing André ...
Woman's mummy board fragment, Egypt, probably 200 BC to 100 AD National Museum of
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Section of the Ptolemy world Map
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Map of Asia Minor and Greece showing relevant places and distances for the march of Agesilaus
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Stamped amphora handles from Naukratis. From left to right: Thasian, c. 340–330 BC, British Museum, 1925,0119.464; Rhodian, c. 200–160 BC, British Museum, ...
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He also offset the circles so that they were not centered on Earth. With these enhancements, the model could predict the future positions of the planets to ...
If we could transport Ptolemy, a famous astronomer who lived circa 90 – 168 A.D. in Alexandria, Egypt, he would have noticed the shift in position of ...
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The Ptolemaic geocentric model of the Universe according to the Portuguese cosmographer and cartographer Bartolomeu Velho (Bibliothèque Nationale de France, ...
Plaster amphora stopper from Naukratis with impressed decoration including the Christian symbol chi-rho in the centre, 4th–7th century AD.
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