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Nicolaus Kratzer, Polyhedral dial, 1525. London. Made for Cardinal Wolsey, bearing his arms. Via Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

Nicolaus Kratzer, Polyhedral dial, 1525. London. Made for Cardinal Wolsey, bearing his arms. Via Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

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