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495 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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47 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm.
Green Library
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xliii, 618 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
  • Calendar basics
  • Part I. Arithmetical calendars
  • The Gregorian calendar
  • The Julian calendar
  • The Coptic and Ethiopic calendars
  • The ISO calendar
  • The Icelandic calendar
  • The Islamic calendar
  • The Hebrew calendar
  • The Ecclesiastical calendars
  • The Old Hindu calendars
  • The Mayan calendars
  • The Balinese Pawukon calendar
  • Generic cyclical calendars
  • Part II. Astronomical calendars
  • Time and astronomy
  • The Persian calendar
  • The Bahai calendar
  • The French Revolutionary calendar
  • Astronomical Lunar calendars
  • The Chinese calendar
  • The Modern Hindu calendars
  • The Tibetan calendar
  • Part III. Appendices.
Medical Library (Lane)
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xvii, 357 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
The first comprehensive study on the history of calendar reform and calendrical astronomy in medieval Europe, this volume draws on a range of sources over a period of more than 1600 years, from the Julian calendar of 46/45 BC to the Gregorian calendar reform of 1582, to shed new light on the place of astronomy in medieval intellectual culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198799559 20180423
Green Library
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138 pages ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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236 pages : facimiles ; 20 cm.
East Asia Library
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xiii, 391 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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39 pages ; 20 x 26 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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118 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xii, 95 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
The intricacies of the medieval calendar are examined in this sumptuously illustrated volume, featuring many of the finest examples from The Morgan Library's unparalleled collection. The lucid and concise text explains the complexities of Vigils, octaves, Egyptian Days, Golden Numbers, Dominical Letters, movable feasts and the key role played by the saints days, including the colours in which they are written as well as their rankings and gradings. A royal thirteenth-century Breviary made for a French queen to use in the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris is fully reproduced, transcribed and analysed to reveal its true meaning. The author also shares his step-by-step method to localise a medieval calendar and discover its use; readers learn how to assess a calendar's roster of liturgical feasts as a key to revealing the place where it was destined to be used. Published to accompany a major exhibition, this volume provides a fascinating view into the mysteries of the Middle Ages.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781785511073 20180423
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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x, 194 pages ; 24 cm.
The Letter and Prologue on Easter of Theophilus of Alexandria (385-412), the 95-year list of Paschal data compiled by Cyril (412-444), and the Prologue or Praefatio to that list written in Latin about 482 in the persona of Cyril are among the foundational documents for our knowledge of the Alexandrian Easter cycle. That cycle, through the Latin versions of Dionysius Exiguus, Bede, and others was the standard method for determining the date of Easter in the western churches until the end of the sixteenth century. There has been no modern critical edition of either Prologue since those of Bruno Krusch in 1880. This new edition of the texts is based on Alden A. Mosshammer's discovery or rediscovery of manuscript witnesses unknown to Krusch and overlooked by more recent scholars who have engaged these texts. The historical introduction summarizes current knowledge about the history of Easter calculations in early Christian communities, including a new hypothesis attributing the Alexandrian cycle in its final form to the mathematician and astronomer Theon of Alexandria working in the 370's. Although both texts have already been translated into English, Mosshammer's new translations are based on his new reconstruction of the texts. The commentaries address many issues currently under debate in historical scholarship, such as the origin of 21 March as the conventional date of the vernal equinox. The newly reconstructed text of the Prologue attributed to Cyril and Mosshammer's extensive commentary make that difficult text intelligible for the first time.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198792574 20171009
Green Library
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volumes ; 24 cm
  • ḥeleḳ 2. Tamuz, Av, Elel
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

13. Takvim kitabı [2017]

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391 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
1 volume (no pagings) ; 18 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
266 pages ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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2 volumes ; 16 cm
  • [1]. Tishrei-Adar
  • [2]. Nissan-Elul.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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2, 2, 290 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
依据出土历简资料对秦王政元年 (前246) 至汉武帝太初改历前的历法做了系统的探究. 判定这一时期分三个阶段行用过不同的历法, 三个阶段的起止时间为: 秦王政元年至汉高祖五年 (前206年) 十二月, 汉高祖五年正月至文帝前元十六年 (前164年), 文帝前元元年 (前163年) 至武帝太初元年 (前104). 三个时段历法的岁首建正, 置闰规则, 节气算法相同, 但朔望月起算点存在明显差值.
East Asia Library
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718 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Corpus des textes sur la réforme du calendrier -- D'un concile à l'autre -- La réforme du calendrier aux conciles de Rome et de constance : autour de Pierre d'Ailly -- Pierre d'Ailly, promoteur d'une réforme du calendrier -- La réforme du calendrier aux conciles de Rome et de Constance -- Après Constance : Jean Gerson -- La réforme du calendrier au concile de Bâle -- La procédure du concile et les sources de l'histoire de l'affaire du calendrier -- Les débuts de l'affaire de la réforme du calendrier -- Le premier projet de réforme (1435) -- Le deuxième projet de reforme (1436-début 1437) -- Le troisième projet et ses variantes (1437-1440) -- L'abandon de l'affaire de la réforme du calendrier -- Typologie des propositions de réforme -- L'analyse des erreurs du calendrier -- Les erreurs astronomiques -- Les obligations canoniques sur les dates des fêtes -- La correction des erreurs du calendrier -- La correction du calendrier solaire -- La correction du calendrier lunaire -- La correction conjointe des calendriers solaire et lunaire -- Edition et traduction des textes -- Principes généraux d'édition et de traduction -- Pierre d'Ailly, exhortatio super kalendarii correctione et projet de décret de 1412 -- La réforme du calendrier aux conciles de constance et de Bâle -- Relatio deliberationis prime super materia kalendarii et projet de décret de 1435 -- Avisamentum de correctione kalendarii -- Hermann zoest, tractatus phase -- Hermann zoest, phaselexis et projet de décret de 1437 -- Hermann zoest, compendium paschale et rescriptum ad clerum coloniensem -- Johannes keck, kalendarium.
Green Library
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139, 19 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
168 pages : facsimiles (partly color) ; 21 cm.
  • Einleitung
  • Schreibkalender in zwei Jahrhunderten
  • Bestandteile und Eigenschaften
  • Format und Titelblatt
  • Kalenderzeichen und Symbole
  • Das Kalendarium
  • Die Recto-Seiten
  • Illustrationen und Monatsbilder
  • Der Kalenderanhang
  • Verbesserter Haus= und Feld=Calender, Auf das Jahr nach Christi Geburt MDCCXVI, Neustadt, zu finden bey J.P. Gollnern [1716]
  • Format, Umfang und Titelblatt
  • Folgeseiten mit Kalenderzeichen und Symbolen
  • Das Kalendarium
  • Die Recto-Seiten
  • Illustrationen und Monatsbilder
  • Der Kalenderanhang
  • Zeitverkürzender Wahrsager, das ist : Angenehmer Gesprächs=Calender, Auf das Jahr 1753 : Leipzig und Neustadt an der Orla, zu finden bey Friedrich Anthon Urban
  • Format, Umfang und Titelblatt
  • Folgeseiten mit Kalenderzeichen und Symbolen
  • Das Kalendarium
  • Die Recto-Seiten
  • Illustrationen und Monatsbilder
  • Der Kalenderanhang
  • Merkwürdiger Calender, auf das Jahr 1833. mit Sr. Königl. Hoheit gnädigstem Privilegio. Neustadt an der Orla, bei J. K. G. Wagner
  • Format, Umfang und Titelblatt
  • Folgeseiten mit Kalenderzeichen und Symbolen
  • Das Kalendarium
  • Die Recto-Seiten
  • Illustrationen und Monatsbilder
  • Der Kalenderanhang
  • Nachweis der Abbildungen und Kalendervorlagen
  • Die Kalender
  • Verbesserter Haus= und Feld=Calender, Auf das Jahr... MDCCXV1 [1716] (Reprint)
  • Zeitverkürzender Wahrsager... Auf das Jahr 1753 (Reprint)
  • Merkwürdiger Calender, auf das ]ahr 1833 (Reprint).
Green Library