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A latter 16th-century astrolabe with the typical 'tulip' rete associated with the Arsenius workshop.

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01:51, 18 May 2005 en:User:Fmreuronat
13:59, 19 March 2005 en:User:Quadell (Using strikethrough instead)
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14:07, 7 November 2004 en:User:Quadell ({{PD-Art}})
00:27, 26 October 2004 en:User: (reverted to previous)
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09:56, 20 August 2002 en:User:Isis (15th century astrolabe)

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