Augustine to Galileo: The History of Science, A.D. 400- 1650

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1. A FRENCH XIV-CENURY ASTROLABE64 From R. T. Gunther, The Astrolaba of the World, Oxford, 1932.
2. A PAGE FROM THE EMPEROR FREDERICK II'S 'DE ARTE VFNANDI CUM AVIBUS'65 Showing how various species of birds protect their young. From MS. Vaticano Palatino Latino 1071 ( XIII cent.).
3. DRAWINGS OF SPIDERS AND INSECTS80 By Cybo of Hyères. From British Museum MS., Additional 28841 ( XIV cent.).
4. PART OF THE SO-CALLED 'GOUGH MAP' (1325-30)81 In the Bodleian Library, Oxford; showing S.E. England.
5. PART OF A PORTOLAN CHART192 Showing Italy, Sicily and N. Africa. From British Museum MS., Additional 25691 (c. 1327-30).
6. PAGE FROM THE ALBUM OF VILLARD DE HONNECOURT193 Showing the escapement mechanism in centre left. Above is a water-driven saw. In the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; MS. Francçais ( XIII cent.).
7. THE DOVER CASTLE CLOCK (XIV CENT.)208
8. GLASS MAKING209 From British Museum MS. additional 24189 (XV cent.).

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