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Somnium Scipionis - The five climes of the Earth. Frozen climes in yellow; Temperate climes in blue; Torrid clime in red.

Somnium Scipionis - The five climes of the Earth. Frozen climes in yellow; Temperate climes in blue; Torrid clime in red.

According to the laws of physics a planet that has the shape of a donut may actually exist somewhere in the universe!.@worldandscience

What if a planet was doughnut shaped? Yes, it´s possible. codeawayhaley: “ According to the laws of physics, a planet in the shape of a doughnut (toroid) could exist. Physicist Anders Sandberg says.

Washington Dc Art Print featuring the drawing Antique Map Of Washington Dc By Colton And Co - 1862 by Blue Monocle

Antique Map Of Washington Dc By Colton And Co - 1862 Art Print by Blue Monocle

Map of Washington DC by Colton & Co., "Topographical Map of the Original District of Columbia and Environs Showing the Fortifications around the City of Washington"

Flat Earth - 5 areas - Bishop Isidore of Seville (560–636) taught in his widely read encyclopedia, the Etymologies diverse views such as that the Earth "resembles a wheel"

Flat Earth - 5 areas - Bishop Isidore of Seville taught in his widely read encyclopedia, the Etymologies diverse views such as that the Earth "resembles a wheel"

Cosmas rectangle earth - Carefully drawing on arguments from scripture, he describes the Earth as a rectangle, 400 day's journey long by 200 wide, surrounded by four oceans and enclosed by four massive walls which support the firmament. The spherical Earth theory is contemptuously dismissed as "pagan

Cosmas rectangle earth - Carefully drawing on arguments from scripture, he describes the Earth as a rectangle, 400 day's journey long by 200 wide, surrounded by four oceans and enclosed by four massive walls which support the firmament. The spherical Earth theory is contemptuously dismissed as "pagan

Las 4 estaciones visión de Hildegarda von Bingen s XI

Spherical earth with the four seasons. Illustration in century book Liber Divinorum Operum by Hildegard of Bingen

MappaMundi Venice Map, 1452

The Mappamundi by the Venetian cartographer Giovanni Leardo, 1452

I love the maps where the western half of North America is mostly guess work. This one is fun to look at. - - - Antique World Map

Horoscopium Geographicum from 'Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae' by Father Athanasius Kircher,

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