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Product details 'Projection of the eclipse of the Sun, October 29, 878, in the time of King Alfred'
'Projection of the eclipse of the Sun, October 29, 878, in the time of King Alfred'
Projected appearance of the solar eclipse as viewed from London, using Ferguson's method of projection. Inscribed with the title above and inscribed "(Total at London)". Additional notes appear verso, commencing: "Among the medieval eclipses of interest in our own land, this one must have a place. It is just mentioned in the Saxon Chronicle. Tycho Brahe, in the 'Historia Celestis' refers to it..."
Original: ink on paper. 1882
- Image ref: RS-9223
- The Royal Society