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 Carlo Plato
Carlo Plato, who signed himself as Carolus Plato or Platel, made beautiful and very ornate astronomical instruments, such as armillary spheres, and time-measuring instruments, such as sundials. We only know that he was active in Rome in the second half of the 16th century.

For instruments by Carlo Plato, see:
   Armillary Sphere, Signed by Carlo Plato, Rome, Dated 1588 (Oxford, MHS)
   Armillary Sphere, Attributed to Carlo Plato, Rome, Dated 1578 (Firenze, IMSS)
   Horizontal Dial, Attributed to Carlo Plato, Italian, Dated 1588 (Oxford, MHS)
   Horizontal Dial, Signed by Carlo Plato, Rome, Dated 1593 (London, BM)
   Horizontal Dial, Attributed to Carlo Plato, Rome, Dated 1585 (London, BM)
   Horizontal Dial, Attributed to Carlo Plato, Rome, Dated 1578 (Firenze, IMSS)
   Horizontal Dial, Attributed to Carlo Plato, Rome, Dated 1585 (Oxford, MHS)

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