poniedziałek, 24 czerwca 2019
zamknij [x]
do:

Mikołaj Kopernik (33)

! EN_01167949_0001 ENF
Fot. Piotr Baracz / East News Karta tytulowa trygonometrii Kopernika - reprodukcja. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - polski astronom.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna 150 zl; bezwzgledny ZAKAZ sprzedazy do internetu;
! EN_01167949_0002 ENF
Fot. Piotr Baracz / East News Mikolaj Kopernik, akwaforta z konca XVI w., Muzeum Czartoryskich w Krakowie, reprodukcja. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - polski astronom.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna 150 zl; bezwzgledny ZAKAZ sprzedazy do internetu;
! EN_01167949_0003 ENF
Fot. Piotr Baracz / East News Mikolaj Kopernik, rycina z konca XVI w., Muzeum Czartoryskich w Krakowie, reprodukcja. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - polski astronom.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna 150 zl; bezwzgledny ZAKAZ sprzedazy do internetu;
! EN_01167949_0004 ENF
Fot. Piotr Baracz / East News Mikolaj Kopernik, mezzotinta J.A.Scharffena, ok. 1700, Ksiaznica Miejska w Toruniu, reprodukcja. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - polski astronom.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna 150 zl; bezwzgledny ZAKAZ sprzedazy do internetu;
! EN_01167949_0005 ENF
Fot. Piotr Baracz / East News Mikolaj Kopernik, sztych J. van Meursa, zalaczony do biografii piora P.Cassendiego, Paryz 1654, zbiory rapperswilskie Bilbioteki Narodowej, reprodukcja. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - polski astronom.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna 150 zl; bezwzgledny ZAKAZ sprzedazy do internetu;
! EN_01167949_0006 ENF
Fot. Piotr Baracz / East News Mikolaj Kopernik, drzeworyt tzw. kauffmanowski, wzorowany na drzeworycie z dziela Reussnera, Wittenberga, poczatek XVII w., reprodukcja. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - polski astronom.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna 150 zl; bezwzgledny ZAKAZ sprzedazy do internetu;
EN_01005128_0075 ABA
Petition sent by the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus to pope Paul III is showed at the exhibition 'Lux in Arcana, the Vatican Secret Archives reveals itself' in Rome , Italy on February 29, 2012. Hundred original and priceless documents selected among the treasures preserved and cherished by the Vatican Secret Archives for centuries go on show for first time. It will be the first and possibly the only time in history that they leave the confines of the Vatican City walls. And they will do so in order to be housed and displayed in the beautiful halls of the Capitoline Museums in Rome. One hundred original and priceless documents selected among the treasures preserved and cherished by the Vatican Secret Archives for centuries. The exhibition which is conceived for the 4th Centenary of the foundation of the Vatican Secret Archives aims at explaining and describing what the Pope?s archives are and how they work and, at the same time, at making the invisible visible, thus allowing access to some of the marvels enshrined in the Vatican Secret Archives? 85 linear kilometers of shelving; records of an extraordinary historical value, covering a time-span that stretches from the 8th to the 20th century.The name, Lux in arcana, conveys the exhibition?s main objective: the light piercing through the Archive?s innermost depths enlightens a reality which precludes a superficial knowledge and is only enjoyable by means of direct and concrete contact with the sources from the Archive, that opens the doors to the discovery of often unpublished history recounted in documents. The 100 documents, chosen among manuscript codices, parchments, strings and registers, will remain at the Capitoline Museums for nearly seven months, from 1st March till September 2012. An extremely prestigious location, chosen to host this memorable event since it underlines the profound bond existing between the city of Rome and the Papacy since medieval times; the origins of both institutions involved in the e
EN_00995765_0156 PHO
Aristotle, Ptolemy and Copernicus. Frontispiece etched by Sefano della Bella from Galileo Galilei's Dialogo...sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo (Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems), published in Florence by Giovannie Batista Landini, 1632. Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher known as the founder of logic. He had a geocentric view of the heavens that consisted of 55 concentric and crystalline spheres. Ptolemy (c. 85 - 165 AD) was an Egyptian astronomer who devised the Ptolematic system, which held that the Earth was at the center of the universe, with the planets revolving around it. This view dominated astronomical thinking until it was unseated by Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) and his heliocentric system in the 16th century.
EN_00995765_0157 PHO
Aristotle, Ptolemy and Copernicus. Frontispiece etched by Sefano della Bella from Galileo Galilei's Dialogo...sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo (Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems), published in Florence by Giovannie Batista Landini, 1632. Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher known as the founder of logic. He had a geocentric view of the heavens that consisted of 55 concentric and crystalline spheres. Ptolemy (c. 85 - 165 AD) was an Egyptian astronomer who devised the Ptolematic system, which held that the Earth was at the center of the universe, with the planets revolving around it. This view dominated astronomical thinking until it was unseated by Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) and his heliocentric system in the 16th century.
! EN_00972205_0001 MLI
PHOTO: MUZEUM LITERATURY/EAST NEWS Mikolaj Kopernik, ryt. Jacob van Meurs wg obrazu R. Ghirlandaio, 1654 NICOLAUS COPERNICUS - FIRST ASTRONOMER TO FORMULATE A COMPREHENSIVE HELIOCENTRIC COSMOLOGY, WHICH DISPLACED THE EARTH FROM THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE. Mikolaj Kopernik (1473-1543) - astronom, matematyk, prawnik, ekonomista, strateg, lekarz, poeta, astrolog, duchowny katolicki. Jest tworca teorii heliocentrycznej.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
! EN_00965313_0001 MLI
PHOTO: MUZEUM LITERATURY / EAST NEWS Pomnik Mikolaja Kopernika w Warszawie; staloryt, ryt. madame Leueur wg rys. Verniera
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
! EN_00964374_0001 MLI
PHOTO: MUZEUM LITERATURY / EAST NEWS Mikolaj Kopernik; tableau "Slawni i zasluzeni Polacy", naklad Jozef Chociszewski, Poznan 1868-90
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
EN_00958297_0307 PHO
Color enhanced portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), the Polish astronomer who first claimed that the Universe was centered on the Sun. From 1512 he developed a mathematical model for this heliocentric theory. This system contrasted with the thousand year old Earth-centered Ptolemaic system to which the Roman Catholic church held. Copernicus feared persecution and delayed publication of his book, The Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres, until 1543. The book was banned by the Roman Catholic church from 1616 until 1835.
EN_00957730_2911 PHO
Portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), the Polish astronomer who first claimed that the Universe was centered around the Sun. From 1512, he developed a mathematical model for this heliocentric theory. This system contrasted with the thousand-year-old Earth-centered Ptolemaic system, to which the Roman Catholic church adhered. Copernicus feared persecution and delayed publication of his book, "The Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres," until 1543. The book was banned by the Roman Catholic church from 1616 until 1835.
EN_00957730_2912 PHO
Portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), the Polish astronomer who first claimed that the Universe was centered around the Sun. From 1512, he developed a mathematical model for this heliocentric theory. This system contrasted with the thousand-year-old Earth-centered Ptolemaic system, to which the Roman Catholic church adhered. Copernicus feared persecution and delayed publication of his book, "The Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres," until 1543. The book was banned by the Roman Catholic church from 1616 until 1835.
EN_00957730_3463 PHO
Portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), the Polish astronomer who first claimed that the Universe was centered around the Sun. From 1512, he developed a mathematical model for this heliocentric theory. This system contrasted with the thousand-year-old Earth-centered Ptolemaic system, to which the Roman Catholic church adhered. Copernicus feared persecution and delayed publication of his book, "The Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres," until 1543. The book was banned by the Roman Catholic church from 1616 until 1835. Color enhancement of BN2273.
EN_00957730_3471 PHO
Portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), the Polish astronomer who first claimed that the Universe was centered around the Sun. From 1512, he developed a mathematical model for this heliocentric theory. This system contrasted with the thousand-year-old Earth-centered Ptolemaic system, to which the Roman Catholic church adhered. Copernicus feared persecution and delayed publication of his book, "The Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres," until 1543. The book was banned by the Roman Catholic church from 1616 until 1835. Color enhancement of BN2272.
EN_00918274_0052 ENF
PHOTO: BARTOSZ KRUPA/EAST NEWS FROMBORK 22/05/2010 POWTORNY POGRZEB MIKOLAJA KOPERNIKA W KATEDRZE WE FROMBORKU.
EN_00304854_0059 PHO
This is an illustration of the Copernican, or heliocentric, planetary system, in which the sun, not the earth, is at the center of the solar system.
EN_00304854_0032 PHO
A portrait of Copernicus, the astronomer.
! EN_00981702_6729 PIX
Nicolaus Copernicus, polish astronomer (1473-1543)
SPECIAL RATES FOR EDITORIAL AND BOOKS RF RATES FOR OTHER USE MINIMUM PRICE EUR50
! EN_00981702_6758 PIX
Nicolaus Copernicus, polish astronomer (1473-1543)
SPECIAL RATES FOR EDITORIAL AND BOOKS RF RATES FOR OTHER USE MINIMUM PRICE EUR50
! EN_01222053_0001 ENF
Fot. Zygmunt Swiatek / East News Pomnik Mikolaja Kopernika, Torun, lata 80.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
EN_01350550_0001 SPU
5661897 15.09.1972 Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, author of the heliocentric system. Lev Ivanov
EN_01350550_0002 SPU
5661900 15.09.1972 A street named in honor Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, author of the heliocentric system,in Torun, Poland. Lev Ivanov
EN_01350550_0003 SPU
5661898 15.09.1972 The house of Nicolaus Copernicus located in two medieval buildings of the old town in Torun, Poland. Lev Ivanov
EN_01350550_0004 SPU
5661899 15.09.1972 A monument to Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus by the Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen erected in front of the Staszic Palace on on Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw Lev Ivanov
EN_00212617_0820 SPU
PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SPUTNIK Reproduction of the Nicholas Copernicus portrait.
! EN_00184744_0001 DAN
Fot. Zbiory D.B. Lomaczewska / East News Kopia rzekomego autoportretu Mikolaja Kopernika znajdujaca sie na slynnym zegarze astronomicznym w katedrze strassburskiej, ok. 1571-1574. NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
! EN_00184744_0002 DAN
Fot. Zbiory D.B. Lomaczewska / East News Mikolaj Kopernik, mezzxotinta z ok. 1700 r. NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
! EN_00184744_0003 DAN
Fot. Zbiory D.B. Lomaczewska / East News Karta tytulowa slynnego "Dialogu" Galileusza, wydanie z 1635 r. (pierwsze wydanie 1632 r.) Front page of famous "Dialogue" by Galileo Galilei, issued in 1635.
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
! EN_00184744_0004 DAN
Fot. Zbiory D.B. Lomaczewska / East News Mikolaj Kopernik. Rycina z konca XVI wieku. NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
! EN_00184744_0005 DAN
Fot. Zbiory D.B. Lomaczewska / East News Mikolaj Kopernik. Drzeworyt z poczatku XVII wieku. NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473
Uwaga! Cena minimalna do internetu 50 zl.
Rocznice 2018 Na wyłączność