The Fourth Day of Creation, from Nuremberg Chronicles, Hartmann Schedel, 1493.

Illustration of the fourth day of creation from the book of Genesis showing the hand of God and a diagram of the Ptolemaic conception of the universe. From The Nuremberg Chronicle circa 1493

Creation of the World from the Nuremberg Chronicles.  The Fourth Day. God sets the Spheres moving.  in Hartmann Schedel, Das Buch der Croniken,   Nuremberg, Anton Koburger, 1493.

Creation of the World from the Nuremberg Chronicles. The Fourth Day. God sets the Spheres moving. in Hartmann Schedel, Das Buch der Croniken, Nuremberg, Anton Koburger,

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Illustration of the fourth day of creation from the book of Genesis showing the hand of God and a diagram of the Ptolemaic conception of the universe. From The Nuremberg Chronicle circa 1493

The Fourth Day of Creation (detail); from Liber Chronicarum (Book of Nuremburg Chronicles); Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514); Nuremberg, Germany; 1493; Hand-colored woodcut; 18.75 x 13.63 x 4.38 in.; Rare Book Colection, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin; Incun 1493 cop. 2

The Fourth Day of Creation (detail); from Liber Chronicarum (Book of Nuremburg Chronicles); Rare Book Colection, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin;

The first five days of creation according to the book of Genesis. From The Nuremberg Chronicle circa 1493 / Day 3

thriley: “ The first five days of creation according to the book of Genesis. From The Nuremberg Chronicle circa 1493 ”

timeline 1493 In his Nuremberg Chronicle of the World, Hartmann Schedel depicts the creation of the earth with seven concentric circles. Also of note, the Chronicle represents royal ancestry with portraits interconnected with vines to indicate marriage and parenthood, thereby participating in a broader tradition that associates genetic lineage and arboreal growth.

timeline 1493 In his Nuremberg Chronicle of the World, Hartmann Schedel depicts the creation of the earth with seven concentric circles.

The Second Day of Creation according to the book of Genesis. From the Nuremberg Chronicle by Hartmann Schedel, circa 1493.

thriley: “ The first five days of creation according to the book of Genesis. From The Nuremberg Chronicle circa 1493 ”

Earth at the center of the spheres  from a 13th-century copy of Gossuin de Metz's "L'Image du monde", Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Manuscrits, français 14964, f. 117.

The universe as envisioned in Goussin de Metz' "L'image Du Monde," published in Bibliothèque Nationale de France, fol. 117 (reproduced with permission). How a Medieval Philosopher Dreamed Up the 'Multiverse'.

Mano de Dios de Sant Climent de Taüll | Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

the hand of god (c. detached fresco from sant climent de taull, barcelona (barcelona, museu nacional d’art de catalunya)

cosmos

At center is a map of the Earth with north to the left. The paths of the Sun and Moon surround the map. Phases of the Moon are shown. From 'Liber Floridus' (Book of Flowers), a Medieval encyclopedia produced between 1090 and 1120 AD

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Illuminated Creation of the World from Biblia latina, Venise, printed by Nicolas Jenson, 1476

4eme jour : création des lumières = soleil étoiles lune Mss bnf 3-003.jpg 503 × 600 pixels

art evidence of fe

Raza said this painting "Shanti" was one of his favorites.  Circles showing the black hole where all matter ends, and the white light portal from which everything is born again.

Raza said this painting "Shanti" was one of his favorites. Circles showing the black hole where all matter ends, and the white light portal from which everything is born again.

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