Roman celestial globe, 2nd century A.D. Replica of the original Mainz, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, inv. 42695D This globe shows the 48 constellations known to the ancients, plus the circles of the solstices and of the equinoxes. It also has the oldest known representation of the Milky Way.
Mechanical heavenly globe. 1584
Brass celestial globe by Muhammad ibn Mahmud ibn ‘Ali al-Tabari al-Asturlabi (Iran, 1285-6 — the sixth oldest surviving celestial globe).
Universal ring dial. The dial is suspended from the cord shown in the upper left; the suspension point on the vertical meridian ring can be changed to match the local latitude. The center bar is twisted until a sunray passes through the small hole and falls on the horizontal equatorial ring.
1942 constellations star map original vintage celestial print february march april ($25.00) - Svpply