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    • De le Stelle Fisse Star Map 

      Piccolomini, Alessandro, 1508-1578 (1579)
      Piccolomini produced the first star atlas for the general reader.  This early edition marks an important develop in the form in which celestial knowledge was conveyed. The work introduced the system of stellar nomenclature, ...
    • De le Stelle Fisse, title page 

      Piccolomini, Alessandro, 1508-1578 (1579)
      Piccolomini produced the first star atlas for the general reader.  This early edition marks an important develop in the form in which celestial knowledge was conveyed. The work introduced the system of stellar nomenclature, ...
    • De lo mitico a lo historico en "La casa de los espiritus" de Isabel Allende. (Spanish text); (Chile) 

      Spielberg, Gordon A. (1988)
      With the publication of her first novel, The House of the Spirits. Isabel Allende has become a Latinamerican voice that needs to be heard. This saga, of four generations of a family, combines mythical and historical elements ...
    • De mundi et sphaerae ac utriusque partium declaratione : cum planetis et variis signis historiatis. 

      Hyginus (1517)
      The Poeticon Astronomicon is the first printed representation of the constellations, signs of the zodiac, and the planets. The authorship of the book is attributed to Hyginus, who may have been a Latin didactic poet living ...
    • De mundi et sphaerae ac utriusque partium declaratione : cum planetis et variis signis historiatis; sphere bundi 

      Hyginus (1517)
      The Poeticon Astronomicon is the first printed representation of the constellations, signs of the zodiac, and the planets. The authorship of the book is attributed to Hyginus, who may have been a Latin didactic poet living ...
    • De natvr‘ divinis characterismis, divine 

      Gemma, Cornelius, 1535-1579 (1575)
      Widely read illustrated work on prodigies and other marvels of nature, including observations and illustrations of monsters, comets, and mineralogical specimens. 
    • De natvr‘ divinis characterismis, schema 

      Gemma, Cornelius, 1535-1579 (1575)
      Widely read illustrated work on prodigies and other marvels of nature, including observations and illustrations of monsters, comets, and mineralogical specimens. 
    • De natvr‘ divinis characterismis, title page 

      Gemma, Cornelius, 1535-1579 (1575)
      Widely read illustrated work on prodigies and other marvels of nature, including observations and illustrations of monsters, comets, and mineralogical specimens. 
    • De natvr‘ divinis characterismis, zodiac illustration 

      Gemma, Cornelius, 1535-1579 (1575)
      Widely read illustrated work on prodigies and other marvels of nature, including observations and illustrations of monsters, comets, and mineralogical specimens. 
    • DE RE BELIEF 

      LEHMANN, JEFFREY SCOTT (1983)
      Chapter 1 presents two inadequate theories of belief. Chapter 2 examines three inadequate theories of de re belief. In Chapter 3, I distinguish belief from the other attitudes in terms of the functional role of belief ...
    • De revolutionibus orbium coelestium, geometric images 

      Copernicus, Nicolaus, 1473-1543 (1566)
      Copernicus argued that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the universe. The book was the most important astronomy treatise written since Ptolemy. De revolutionibuswas popular and recognized as a significant and ...
    • De revolutionibus orbium coelestium, solar system 

      Copernicus, Nicolaus, 1473-1543 (1566)
      Copernicus argued that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the universe. The book was the most important astronomy treatise written since Ptolemy. De revolutionibuswas popular and recognized as a significant and ...
    • De revolutionibus orbium coelestium, table of aquarius 

      Copernicus, Nicolaus, 1473-1543 (1566)
      Copernicus argued that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the universe. The book was the most important astronomy treatise written since Ptolemy. De revolutionibuswas popular and recognized as a significant and ...
    • De revolutionibus orbium coelestium, table of figures 

      Copernicus, Nicolaus, 1473-1543 (1566)
      Copernicus argued that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the universe. The book was the most important astronomy treatise written since Ptolemy. De revolutionibuswas popular and recognized as a significant and ...
    • De revolutionibus orbium coelestium, title page 

      Copernicus, Nicolaus, 1473-1543 (1566)
      Copernicus argued that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the universe. The book was the most important astronomy treatise written since Ptolemy. De revolutionibuswas popular and recognized as a significant and ...
    • DE-CENTER 

      Kizy, Sean (2012-09-05)
      Detroit continues to stand out as emblematic of failing urban economies, infrastructure, density, and form. But its spatially dominant urban relationships also provide the opportunity required to transform unsustainable, ...
    • DE-VOID: Tracing shadows in the American desert 

      Schanbacher, Michael (2007)
      In 1945 President Truman carved out 860,000 acres of the Nevada desert to create the Nevada Test Site, our continental nuclear proving ground. Since that time the DOE performed a total of 928 nuclear tests. Littered across ...
    • Dead Week Begins Today 

      (1959-05-08)