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 Antonio Bianchini
Antonio Bianchini was an Italian maker active in the 16th century. Little is known of his life, though he was probably the son of Giovanni Bianchini, a 15th-century astronomer born in Ferrara or Bologna who was a teacher in Ferrara, published astronomical texts, and was in contact with Peuerbach and Regiomontanus.

For instruments by Antonio Bianchini, see:
   Folding Rule, Signed by Antonio Bianchini, Italian, Dated 1564 (Firenze, IMSS)
   Folding Rule, Signed by Antonio Bianchini, Italian, 16th century (Firenze, IMSS)

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