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You know your real DG when you are attracted to something with an anchor on it even though you have NO idea what it actually is. hahah. (:

You know your real DG when you are attracted to something with an anchor on it even though you have NO idea what it actually is. hahah. (:

Porfirio Díaz standing next to the Aztec Sun Stone.

Porfirio Díaz standing next to the Aztec Sun Stone.

Babylonians priests developed the zodiac of twelve signs and some of the world's first horoscopes which afterwards lead to the development of astrology.

Babylonians priests developed the zodiac of twelve signs and some of the world's first horoscopes which afterwards lead to the development of astrology.

27. Polyhedral dial by Nicolaus Kratzer, London, c.1525  Type: instrument Inv. No. 54054 Source: MHS  The dial is unsigned but was made for Cardinal Wolsey (bearing his arms, the arms of York Minster and two representations of a cardinal’s hat), almost certainly by Nicholaus Kratzer. He was lecturing at Corpus Christi College, Oxford in the 1520s, under Wolsey’s patronage, on elementary astronomy, the construction of the astrolabe and Ptolemy’s geography.

27. Polyhedral dial by Nicolaus Kratzer, London, c.1525 Type: instrument Inv. No. 54054 Source: MHS The dial is unsigned but was made for Cardinal Wolsey (bearing his arms, the arms of York Minster and two representations of a cardinal’s hat), almost certainly by Nicholaus Kratzer. He was lecturing at Corpus Christi College, Oxford in the 1520s, under Wolsey’s patronage, on elementary astronomy, the construction of the astrolabe and Ptolemy’s geography.

Astrolabe with geared calendar, ca.1221/22. This 13th-century Persian astrolabe is the oldest complete device with cog wheels known. On the front side it is an astrolabe, linked to the calendar by a gear train. On the back, the disc shows the phases of the Moon | Oxford, Museum of the History of Science

Astrolabe with geared calendar, ca.1221/22. This 13th-century Persian astrolabe is the oldest complete device with cog wheels known. On the front side it is an astrolabe, linked to the calendar by a gear train. On the back, the disc shows the phases of the Moon | Oxford, Museum of the History of Science

Gezer calendar close up - List of artifacts in biblical archaeology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gezer calendar close up - List of artifacts in biblical archaeology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

another Michigan tablet with a 13 months calendar  Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/en/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

another Michigan tablet with a 13 months calendar Leer más: http://el-libertario.webnode.es/en/nuestros-antiguos-instructores/

Portable horizontal dial for latitude 48° North. France, late 17th century.

Portable horizontal dial for latitude 48° North. France, late 17th century.

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