Talk:Learned: Tico Brahæ his astronomicall coniectur of the new and much admired * which appered in the year 1572

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Edition: Brahe, Tycho (1632). V.V.S., ed. Learned: Tico Brahæ his Astronomicall Coniectur of the new and much Admired * Which Appered in the year 1572 (in English). London: BA and TF. OCLC 22142171. 
Source: From scan of copy at Linda Hall Library
Contributor(s): --mikeu talk 15:33, 11 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Level of progress: Proofread and corrected 75%.png
Notes: Cross referenced from two scans (not free access) of copies from the British Library and Peterborough Cathedral

See also: for scans of title pages (which are now at commons: and included here)

Proofreaders: --mikeu talk 22:30, 11 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

To do list[edit]

  • Footnote 3 contains one unreadable greek work, marked [?], and one that I am unsure about: λογία. --mikeu talk 22:48, 11 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Most special characters (Æ, æ, œ, etc.) are in this text but not {{long s}} nor the bar over the 'N' in "DNI" --mikeu talk 22:48, 11 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • The second title page contains a rebus at "Michaell [Sparke]" and another is the "*" in the first title page. --mikeu talk 23:02, 11 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]


This text appears to be a translation of some small sections from Astronomiæ instavratæ progymnasmata [1] published by Tycho Brahe's heirs shortly after his death.

  • Brahe, Tycho (1602). Astronomiæ instavratæ progymnasmata (in Latin). Pragae Bohemiae: Uraniburgi Daniae. OCLC 15058238. 


For a discussion of this work, see: Dreyer, John Louis Emil (1890). "Further work on the star of 1572". Tycho Brahe: a picture of scientific life and work in the sixteenth century. A. & C. Black. pp. 186–197.  --mikeu talk 17:18, 14 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

New scan[edit]

For transfer? (talk) 10:40, 9 November 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]