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Spanish
Spanish lands were the source of some early astrolabes, and a number of Moorish instruments made in Spain survive from the 11th century on. In the Renaissance, Spanish links with the Netherlands meant that mathematical instruments were readily supplied by Flemish workshops, but in the late 16th century there was a native Spanish production of portable sundials.

For Spanish instruments, see:
   Astrolabe, Unsigned, Spanish, Later 16th century (Firenze, IMSS)
   Astrolabe, Unsigned, Spanish, Mid 14th century ? (London, BM)
   Astrolabe, Unsigned, Spanish, 14th century ? (London, BM)
   Diptych Dial, Unsigned, Spanish, circa 1600 (Oxford, MHS)
   Diptych Dial, Unsigned, Spanish, circa 1600 ? (Oxford, MHS)
   Equinoctial Dial, Signed by Hieronymus de Arresse, Spanish, Dated 1598 (Oxford, MHS)
   Equinoctial Dial, Unsigned, Spanish, 15th century (Oxford, MHS)
   Equinoctial Dial, Signed by Juan Cocart, Spanish, Dated 1596 (Oxford, MHS)
   Mariner's Astrolabe, Unsigned, Spanish, Later 16th century (Oxford, MHS)
   Vertical Disc Dial, Unsigned, Spanish, Late 16th century (London, BM)

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