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Author: R. T. Robert Tanner.
Title: Anno Domini. 1592. A briefe treatise for the ready vse of the sphere lately made and finished in most ample large manner. By Robert Tanner gentleman, practitioner in astronomie and physicke. In which globe or sphere, there is added many strange conclusions, as wel cœlestiall as terrestiall, the like heeretofore neuer deuised by any. Necessary not onely to those that follwe the arte of nauigation: but also to the furtherance of such as bee desirous to haue skill in the mathematicall disciplines.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anno Domini. 1592. A briefe treatise for the ready vse of the sphere lately made and finished in most ample large manner. By Robert Tanner gentleman, practitioner in astronomie and physicke. In which globe or sphere, there is added many strange conclusions, as wel cœlestiall as terrestiall, the like heeretofore neuer deuised by any. Necessary not onely to those that follwe the arte of nauigation: but also to the furtherance of such as bee desirous to haue skill in the mathematicall disciplines.
R. T. Robert Tanner.

[At London: Printed by Iohn Charlewood, 1592]
Alternate titles: Anno Domini. 1592. A briefe treatise for the ready use of the sphere. Briefe treatise for the ready use of the sphere.
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Contents
title page
To the most high, migh∣tie & renowmed Princesse, and most dread redoubted So∣ueraigne Ladie ELIZABETH, by the grace of God Queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, Defendresse of the faith.
And nowe to begin howe to erect the Sphere or Globe. But first, the difinition what a Sphere is, with his partes, are to be known and found out.
The Horizont what it is.
Next followeth the two tropicall Cyrcles.
Paralels.
Then followeth the Artick Circle, and the Antartick Cyrcle.
Commmon Rules after the Marri∣ners acompt, but not after the A∣stronomers acompt, as may appeare in the Rules next before.
Nowe followeth, how to erect the Sphere.
Example.
An other way to find the same, more easier. Example.
Next followeth the placing of the o∣ther sixe Plannets, in their true order in the Sphere.
To rectifie the 6. Plannets, to goe in theyr due courses about the Sphere.
Example.
To find out by the Instrument in the Dyall, the age of the Moone, with her chaunge, quarters, and full: her aspects with the Sunne: the ebbes & floods, and other necessary Rules, apper∣tayning to the Arte of Na∣uigation. &c.
Example.
JANƲARY.
FEBRƲARY. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
MARCH. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
APRILL. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
MAY. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
JVNE. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
JƲLY. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
AƲGƲST. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
SEPTEMBER. The howers of the two flarres of Charles Wayne.
OCTOBER. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
NOƲEMBER. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
DECEMBER. The howers of the two starres of Charles Wayne.
A ready note in fewe words, for the difference of howers, according to the distan myles, from East to West vnder the Equinoctiall.
Example.
Heere followeth the Degrees, called Putei, For∣tune, Lucidi, Tenebrosi, Vacui, Mas∣culini, and Feminei, Fumosi and A∣zamene, in all the 12. Signes of the Zodiake. By this letter p. is ment Pu∣tie: for. signifieth Fortune: and a. Azamene: this letter l. berokeneth Lucidi: t. Tenebrosi: this letter v. noteth Ʋacui: and m. Masculini: this letter f. signifieth Feminei: and this sillable fu. noteth Fumosi.
To know the place of the Sunne, by the Rule of memorie: And to knowe in what degree the Sunne is, without re∣spect of minutes.
Another Example.
A Rule to know when the Sunne en∣treth into euery of the 12. Signes.
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