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Author: Proclus, ca. 410-485.
Title: The descripcion of the sphere or the frame of the worlde, right worthy to be red and studyed on, of all noble wyttes, specially of all those that be desyrous to attayne any perfecte knowledge in cosmography, or true descripcion of reagions, townes, or countrees, / set forth by Proclus Diadochus, and Englysshed by wyllyam [sic] Salysbury..
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The descripcion of the sphere or the frame of the worlde, right worthy to be red and studyed on, of all noble wyttes, specially of all those that be desyrous to attayne any perfecte knowledge in cosmography, or true descripcion of reagions, townes, or countrees, / set forth by Proclus Diadochus, and Englysshed by wyllyam [sic] Salysbury..
Proclus, ca. 410-485., Salesbury, William, 1520?-1600 ?

[London: Robert Wyer, 1550 Feb. 11]
Alternate titles: Sphaera. English. 1550
Subject terms:
Astronomy, Greek -- Early works to 1800.
Cosmology -- Early works to 1800.
Spherical astronomy -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B08000.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ To his verye louynge Cosyn, Iohn̄ Edwardes of Chryke Esquyer, Wyllyam Sa∣lysbury, wissheth longe lyfe in contynuall health.
¶ To the gentyll reader.
¶ Of the Axtree, and the Poles.
¶ Of the Circles of the Sphere.
¶ The reason why fyue pa∣rallel circles are onely in the Sphere.
¶ Of the apparaunce, & none apparaunce of the fyue parallel circles.
¶ Of the bygnes of the .v. parallel Circles.
¶ Of the nombre of the parallels.
¶ Of the ordre of the .v. parallel Circles.
¶ Of the power of the fyue Parallels.
¶ Of the space betwene the Parallels.
¶ Of the Colurs.
¶ Of the zodiak.
¶ Of the Horizon.
¶ Of the Meridian Circles.
¶ Of the Cyrcle Galaxias.
¶ Of the .v. zones.
¶ Of the Celestiall Sygnes.
¶ Faultes escaped in Pryntynge.
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