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Engraver's monogramEdit

The monogram, legible at the highest pixel count, may be identifiable in G.K. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten: Und diejenigen bekannten und unbekannten Künstler...--Wetman (talk) 21:33, 1 January 2014 (UTC)

Many UranometriasEdit

This article uses the general title for Bayers work only, the probably most important one under this title. But basically it is just a neo-Greek word "measuring of the sky" for a star atlas. In the 17th centrury I found it also as alternative name for astronomy ("uranometria seu astronomia"). A quick Google books search gives me

  • Uranometria nova: Stellae per mediam Europam solis oculis conspicuae secundum veras lucis magnitudines e coelo ipso discriptae a d. Fr. Argelandro... Neue uranometrie. Darstellung der im mittlern Europa mit blossen Augen sichtbaren Sterne nach ihren Wahren, unmittelbar vom Himmel entnommenen Grossen, by Friedrich Argelander 1843
  • Uranometria Nova Oxoniensis: A Photometric Determination of the Magnitudes of All Stars Visible to the Naked Eye from the Pole to Ten Degrees South of the Equator, by Pritchard, Charles, 1808-1893
  • Uranometria, Libri Tres by Philippus van Lansbergen, 1631
  • Uranometria, omnium asterismorum continens schemata, nova methodo delineata cereis laminis expressa Christophorus Mangus, 1603
  • Atlas de la Uranometria Argentina que contiene las estrellas del hemisferio sud por el Observatorio Nacional de Córdoba: Ministerio de Justicia é Instrucción Publica. Publicacion oficial 14 Láminas in fototipia, 1905
  • Uranometria 2000.0 : deep sky atlas by Tirion, Wil.

Kipala (talk) 12:54, 14 October 2017 (UTC)