Juan Cocart
Juan Cocart was active in Madrid at the end of the 16th century. He was apparently of Belgian origin, the son of a clock-maker who worked for Charles V. The works of his that are known to us are sundials constructed between 1596 and 1600.

For instruments by Juan Cocart, see:
   Equinoctial Dial, Signed by Juan Cocart, Spanish, Dated 1596 (Oxford, MHS)


K. van Cleempoel et al, Instrumentos Cientificos del Siglo XVI: la Corte Espa?ola y la Escuela de Lovaina (Madrid, 1997), pp. 219 ff.

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