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  • A cosmological plan detailing Copernicus' astronomical vision, surrounded by diagrams of the systems of Ptolemy and Tycho Brahe ; astronomical figures line the circle. Line engraving by J.A. Fridrich after J.M. Füssli, 1732.
  • The angel announces to the Virgin that she will give birth to Christ. Watercolour.
  • A parody astrological diagram showing opposing aspects of the life of settlers in Jamaica: langorous noons and the hells of yellow fever. Coloured aquatint after A.James, 1800.
  • Reverse page, An almanack ... for the year 1562
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.
  • Philosophia Moysaica. In qua sapientia et scientia creationis et creaturarum sacra veréque Christiana (vt pote cujus basis sive fundamentum est unicus ille Lapis Angularis Iesus Christus) ad amussim et enucleaté explicatur / Authore Rob. Flud, alias De Fluctibus.
  • Adam looks in wonder at the divine cosmological plan, represented above him in astronomical figures on a scroll; Eve looks at Adam. Etching.
  • John Dee's crystal, used for clairvoyance & healing, 17th C
  • Cosmology and cosmography: planets and the movements of spheres. Coloured etching, 1875.
  • The Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Engraving.
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.
  • Yasoda glimpses the whole universe inside Krishna's mouth. Chromolithograph by R. Varma.
  • Scientific instruments and attributes of philosophy: gyroscopes, telescope, pestle and mortar, cosmological manuals, natural history specimens etc.. Lithograph by J-B-J. Jorand, 1835.
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.
  • Philosophia Moysaica. In qua sapientia et scientia creationis et creaturarum sacra veréque Christiana (vt pote cujus basis sive fundamentum est unicus ille Lapis Angularis Iesus Christus) ad amussim et enucleaté explicatur / Authore Rob. Flud, alias De Fluctibus.
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.
  • A parody astrological diagram showing opposing aspects of the life of settlers in Jamaica: langorous noons and the hells of yellow fever. Coloured aquatint after A.James, 1800.
  • Cornelii Gemmæ lovaniensis medicinæ professoris, De arte cyclognomica, tomi III. Doctrinam ordinvm vniversam, vnaqve philosophiam Hippocratis, Platonis, Galeni, et Aristotelis in vnius communissimæ, ac circularis methodi speciem referentes, quae per animorum triplices orbes ac sphaerae caelestis similitudinem fabricatos, non medicinae tantum arcana pandit mysteria, sed et inveniendis, constituendisque artibus, ac scientiis caeteris viam compendiariam patefecit / [Cornelius Gemma].
  • Philosophia Moysaica. In qua sapientia et scientia creationis et creaturarum sacra veréque Christiana (vt pote cujus basis sive fundamentum est unicus ille Lapis Angularis Iesus Christus) ad amussim et enucleaté explicatur / Authore Rob. Flud, alias De Fluctibus.
  • Philosophia Moysaica. In qua sapientia et scientia creationis et creaturarum sacra veréque Christiana (vt pote cujus basis sive fundamentum est unicus ille Lapis Angularis Iesus Christus) ad amussim et enucleaté explicatur / Authore Rob. Flud, alias De Fluctibus.
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.
  • Mosaicall philosophy: grounded upon the essentiall truth or eternal sapience / Written first in Latin, and afterwards thus rendred into English. By Robert Fludd, esq.
  • Philosophia Moysaica. In qua sapientia et scientia creationis et creaturarum sacra veréque Christiana (vt pote cujus basis sive fundamentum est unicus ille Lapis Angularis Iesus Christus) ad amussim et enucleaté explicatur / Authore Rob. Flud, alias De Fluctibus.
  • Cosmology and cosmography: planets and the movements of spheres. Coloured etching, 1875.
  • A woman with a castle on her head traces a compass across a globe while two men crouch over it; representing geometry. Engraving by C. Cort, 1565, after F. Floris, c. 1557.
  • The castle of knowledge, flanked by the spheres of destiny and fortune. Woodcut, 1556.
  • Philosophia Moysaica. In qua sapientia et scientia creationis et creaturarum sacra veréque Christiana (vt pote cujus basis sive fundamentum est unicus ille Lapis Angularis Iesus Christus) ad amussim et enucleaté explicatur / Authore Rob. Flud, alias De Fluctibus.
  • A female nude draws a compass over a globe; representing astrology. Engraving attributed to G. Bonasone, 1544.
  • Philosophia sacra et vere Christiana, seu meteorologia cosmica / Robert Fludd.