Item #9462 “‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002. Cindy Lammens.
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002
“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002

“‘Sic patet iter ad astra’: A critical examination of Gemma Frisius' annotations in Copernicus' De Revolutionibus and his qualified appraisal of the Copernican theory”, doctoral dissertation, University of Ghent, 2002

Ghent, Belgium: Universiteit Gent, 2002. Softcover. Good+. Item #9462

This listing includes three volumes: Volume I: Gemma Frisius' reception of the Copernican Theory; Volume II: The annotations; Volume III: Comments to the annotations. Text in English and Latin. Quarto-sized one-sided sheets bound in mylar sleeves. 276+311 + 93 pp. With tables and photocopied text illustrations. Volumes show light marginalia and text corrections throughout.

Price: $165.00