File:Epistola-de-magnete.jpg

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Deutsch: Darstellung eines Kompasses. Federzeichnung in einer in der Mitte des 14. Jahrhunderts hergestellten Abschrift der "Epistola de magnete" des Petrus de Maricourt.
English: A drawing of a compass in a mid 14th-century copy of Epistola de magnete of Peter Peregrinus. MS. Ashmole 1522, fol. 186r, Bodleian Library.
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