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doe shew the difference betwixt the Sea and Land in that other world. Prop. That there is an Atmo-sphÃ¦ra. That there is a world in the Moone. and the brighter parts the Land. 3. That those spots and brighter parts which by our sight may be distinguished in the Moone. and spacious plaines in the body of the Moone. 4. and may probably be deduced from the tenents of others. . That the spots represent the Sea. 214 Prop. The Propositions 1 Prop. 7. That the Moone is a solid.Prop. Prop. That there are high Mountaines. Prop. Prop. as these inferiour bodies are liable unto. hath beene the direct opinion of many ancient. with some moderne Mathematicians. 5. or an orbe of grosse vaporous aire. That the heavens doe not consist of any such pure matter which can priviledge them from the like change and corruption. deepe vallies. compacted opacous body. 6. 10. immediately encompassing the body of the Moone. That the Moone hath not any light of her owne. 9. 8. Prop.
181. Since italic capital U does not occur. so our world is their Moone. Prop. 13. The incorrect pagination on pages 177-192 (printed as 175-190) is all one error: The eight pages printed on one side of the sheet forming signature N 177. 189. but of what kinde they are is uncertaine. 192 were misnumbered by A World in the Moone Prop. including the consistently â— modernâ— use of V and U. 11. These passages have been shown as block quotes (indented) with quotation marks. Technical Notes and Further Information Spelling and punctuation are as in the original. Prop. the rounded form has been transcribed as U. FINIS. 185. 180. That as their world is our Moone. 184. The element-que in Latin passages was almost always printed with a ligature resembling â—q3â—: Translations of Latin and Greek passages were usually printed with marginal quotation marks. Italic capital V has two forms. That tis probable there may bee such Meteors belonging to that world in the Moone. 12. as there are with us. used interchangeably. That tis probable there may be inhabitants in this other World. 188.215 Prop. 8. 2 .
Keplar = Kepler (Johannes) Julius Caesar = CÃ¦sar la Galla. et de . Rawly = Raleigh (Sir Walter) Verulam = Francis Bacon (1st Baron Verulam) Note also â—syderaâ— for â—sideraâ—. A few sources could not be identified. Albertus Magnus: De quattuor coaequaevis : De caelo et mundo Aristotle: De Caelo Bede: De ratione temporum Christopher Besoldus: De Natura Populorum ejusque variatione. The following spellings and name forms are used consistently: Austin = Augustine Blancanus the Jesuit(e) = Josephus Blancanus. not Hill (Montanus. Giuseppe Biancani Caelius = Lodovicus Caelius Rhodiginus Tycho = Tycho Brahe Nicholas Hill â—a country man of oursâ—. Giulio Cesare La Galla. Lagalla MÃ¦slin = Maestlin (Michael) Rawleigh. van de Bergh) the printer. Hill the early atomist.-2. Works and Authors Cited in Sidenotes: This is not intended to be a comprehensive list. others are so well-known. they did not need to be marked.
Nicolaus Cryffts): De Docta Ignorantia Johannes Fabricius: De Maculis in Sole Observatis. et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio (1611) Text not identified by name. Galilaei. Astronomorum adinventis continetur) A World in the Moone Technical Notes and Further Information 3 : Aristotelis loca mathematica ex universes ipsius operibus collecta et explicata Tycho (Brahe): Astronomiae instauratae progymnasmata Th. ac facili Methodo tradita: In qua totius Mundi fabrica. aliorumque. Tychonis. (Tommaso) Campanella: Apologia pro Galileo (1622) Collegium Conimbricenses (Jesuits of Coimbra University): Commentarii Collegii Conimbricensis Societatis Jesu in quattuor libros physicorum Aristotelis de Coelo(1592) Cardinal de Cusa. Demonstrativa.Linguarum ortu atque immutatione (1632) Josephus Blancanus (Giuseppe Biancani): Sphaera mundi (Full Title: Sphaera Mundi seu Cosmographia. una cum novis. Cusanus (Nicholas of Cusa/Kues. Libertus Fromondus (Libert Froidmont): Meteorologicorum libri sex (1627) Galileo: Nuncius Sidereus Camillus Gloriosus (Giovanni Camillo Glorioso): De Cometis dissertatio astronomico-physica (1624) . Kepleri.
as â—Diss.â— : Epitome astronomiae Copernicanae : Astronomiae Pars Optica Julius Caesar (Giulio Cesare La Galla): De Phenomenis in Orbe Lunae (1612) Leonard Lessius: De perfectionibus moribusque divinis (1620) This work is often cited as â—De Moribusâ—. Syd. Benedictus Pererius (Benito Pereira): Commentariorum et disputationum in . Galil. MÃ¦slin (Michael Maestlin): Epitome Astronomiae (1610) Carolus Malapertus.Isidore:Originum Johannes Kepler: Dissertatio cum Nuncio Sidereo The name â—Galileoâ— (or â—Galileiâ—) is sometimes included in the title. Agostino Nifo) A World in the Moone Works and Authors Cited in Sidenotes: 4 Quoted text not identified by name. Malapertius (Charles Malapert): Austriaca sidera heliocyclia astronomicis hypothesibus illigata(1633) Jacobus Mazonius (Jacopo Mazzoni): In universam Platonis et Aristotelis philosophiam praeludia sive de Comparatione Platonis et Aristotelis Johannes Eusebius (Juan Eusebio) Nieremberg: Historia Naturae (1635) Augustinus Nifus (Niphus. cum Nunc. other early mentions are found in Tristram Shandy andThe Anatomy of Melancholy.
1553) on Georg Purbachâ—s Theoricae novae planetarum Caelius = Lodovicus Caelius Rhodiginus (Lodovico / Luigi Ricchieri): Lectionum antiquarum libri triginta Ruvio (Antonio Rubio): Commentary on Aristotleâ—s De Caelo (Julius Caesar) Scaliger: Exotericae exercitationes ad Hieronymum Cardanum Christoph Scheiner: Rosa Ursina sive Sol ex Admirando Facularum & Macularum suarum Phoenomeno varius Tostatus (Alonso Tostado): In Genesis Transcriberâ—s Footnotes 1. GelÃ´ de horÃ´n gÃªs periodous grapsantas pollous ÃªdÃª kai oudena noon echontas exÃªgÃªsamenon hoi Ãkeanon te rheonta graphousi perix tÃªn te gÃªn eousan kukloterea hÃ´s apo tornou. There are a few illegible points in the Greek text (Herodotus IV. may be Î¿Ï (ou) ligature. Ï—Î¿Î»Î»Î¿á½ºÏ: text reads â—Ï—ÎµÎ»Î»Î¿á½ºÏâ—.Genesim tomi quattuor (1591-99) Plutarch: De facie in orbe lunae : De tranquillitate animi Erasmus Reinhold: Commentary (1542. . á¼ÏÎ¿Î½ÏÎ±Ï: last vowel unclear. Ï— Î¿Î»Î»Î¿á½ºÏ á¼¤Î´Î· ÎºÎ±á½¶ Î¿á½ ³ Î ½ Î ± Î½á½¹Î¿Î½ á¼ ¿Î½Ï Î ´ á ½ Ï Î Î±Ï á¼Î¾Î·Î³Î·Ïá½±Î¼ÎµÎ½Î¿Î½ á½Î¹ á½¨ÎºÎµÎ±Î½á½¹Î½ ÏÎµ á¿¥Îµá½¹Î½ÏÎ± Î³Ïá½±ÏÎ¿ÏÏÎ¹ Ï—á½³ÏÎ¹Î¾ Ïá½µÎ½ ÏÎµ Î³á½´Î½ á¼Î¿á¿¦ÏÎ±Î½ ÎºÏÎºÎ»Î¿ÏÎµÏá½³Î± á½¡Ï á¼—Ï—á½¸ Ïá½¹ÏÎ½Î¿Ï.2): ÎÎµÎ»á¿¶ Î´á½² á½Ïá¿¶Î½ Î³á¿Ï Ï—ÎµÏÎ¹á½¹Î´Î¿Ï Î³Ïá½±ÏÎ±Î½ÏÎ±Ï.36.
Therefore the whole lineA G is somewhat more than 104. AG = â1010000. A World in the Moone Transcriberâ—s Footnotes 5 That is: given that AB = 100 and BG = 1000. Reading doubtful. and the distance betwixt H A must be above 4 miles. CÃ¦lius(Sidenote) Progym.010.000. which was the thing to be proved. 5. 20. Sidenote unclear: 4. By the Pythagorean Theorem (â—the 47th propositionâ—). unto which the quadrate arising from A G must be equall according to the 47th proposition in the first booke of elements. 6. 104 is presumably an error for 1004. the nobleTycho (Sidenote) l. 1002 + 10002 = 1. c. Sidenote unclear: 3. These two sidenotes may be reversed: one of Tycho Braheâ—s works is calledProgymnasmata. The page image is shown in full because in other respects . 7. Now the aggregate of the quadrate from AB a hundred.2. the actual figure is almost 1005. may be intended for â—Eniusâ—(modern Aenus?). The first paragraph on this page is very unclear. andB G a 1000 will bee 1010000. 1. 5.
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