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[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS01.jpg|thumb|Hispano-Moorish astrolabe, made in Seville, 1221 AD]]
 
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[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS07.jpg|thumb|Astrolabe by Arsenius of Louvain, 1565]]
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[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS05.jpg|thumb|Back of 1565 astrolabe]]
 
[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS03.jpg|thumb|Microscope by [[Thomas Grubb]] of Dublin]]
 
[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS03.jpg|thumb|Microscope by [[Thomas Grubb]] of Dublin]]
 
[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS09.jpg|thumb|On left: ellipsograph designed by [[Joseph Clement]] and made by [[Holtzapffel and Deyerlein]], 1819. On right: Farey's ellipsograph made by W. and S. Jones, c.1815]]
 
[[Image:JD 2013 OMoHS09.jpg|thumb|On left: ellipsograph designed by [[Joseph Clement]] and made by [[Holtzapffel and Deyerlein]], 1819. On right: Farey's ellipsograph made by W. and S. Jones, c.1815]]

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Hispano-Moorish astrolabe, made in Seville, 1221 AD
Astrolabe by Arsenius of Louvain, 1565
Back of 1565 astrolabe
Microscope by Thomas Grubb of Dublin
On left: ellipsograph designed by Joseph Clement and made by Holtzapffel and Deyerlein, 1819. On right: Farey's ellipsograph made by W. and S. Jones, c.1815
JD 2013 OMoHS10.jpg
JD 2013 OMoHS08.jpg

Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3AZ.

A superb collection of early scientific instruments displayed in 'the world’s oldest surviving purpose-built museum building', the Old Ashmolean.


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