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Cometas.

Cometas.

44 BC -- "On the day after the death of Julius Caesar, three suns appeared in the East in the early morning sky which then moved towards each other so that they merged into one. Also at that time, an ox on the outskirts of Rome asked a farmer why he was working so hard, since before very long there would be more of a shortage of people than of grain." -- The Book of Miracles (f°26), ca 1552

44 BC -- "On the day after the death of Julius Caesar, three suns appeared in the East in the early morning sky which then moved towards each other so that they merged into one. Also at that time, an ox on the outskirts of Rome asked a farmer why he was working so hard, since before very long there would be more of a shortage of people than of grain." -- The Book of Miracles (f°26), ca 1552

Vintage 1910 Antique SOLAR SYSTEM astronomy by VintageInclination, $21 ...

Vintage 1910 Antique SOLAR SYSTEM astronomy by VintageInclination, $21 ...

Salon-de-Provence, 1554

Salon-de-Provence, 1554

Book_of_Miracles_4

Book_of_Miracles_4

Description de L’Univers  View of comets, 1719   by Alain Manesson Mallet, Paris 1683

Description de L’Univers View of comets, 1719 by Alain Manesson Mallet, Paris 1683

1456 -- “In the year 1456, in the month of June, a comet appeared and within a year of that a yet bigger one, which looked really terrible and was seen in Germany, just as it is painted here.” -- The Book of Miracles (f°79), ca 1552

1456 -- “In the year 1456, in the month of June, a comet appeared and within a year of that a yet bigger one, which looked really terrible and was seen in Germany, just as it is painted here.” -- The Book of Miracles (f°79), ca 1552

Folio 125: "1531, the comet’s tail, as it first appeared in much of the High German land around the 10th day of August and then was seen for many nights in the sky – longer than a rice skewer, one and a half feet wide - 1531 years after the Nativity." Augsburger Wunderzeichenbuch, c. 1550

Folio 125: "1531, the comet’s tail, as it first appeared in much of the High German land around the 10th day of August and then was seen for many nights in the sky – longer than a rice skewer, one and a half feet wide - 1531 years after the Nativity." Augsburger Wunderzeichenbuch, c. 1550

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Folio 121: "In 1531, four comets stood in the sky opposite to each other, so that one could see them in some parts of Niederland, as they are painted." Augsburger Wunderzeichenbuch, c. 1550

Folio 121: "In 1531, four comets stood in the sky opposite to each other, so that one could see them in some parts of Niederland, as they are painted." Augsburger Wunderzeichenbuch, c. 1550

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