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Anderson, R.G.W., Bennett, J.A., Ryan, W.F. (Eds.) Making Instruments
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L'Estrange Turner. Aldershot (Hampshire), 1993.

Bagrow, Leo and Skelton, R.A. History of Cartography. Cambridge (MA), 1964 (Second printing: Chicago, 1985)

Bennett, J.A. The Divided Circle. London, 1987.

Bennett, J.A. "The Challenge of Practical Mathematics." In S. Pumphrey, P.L. Rossi and M. Slawinski, eds., Science, Culture and Popular Belief in Renaissance Europe. Manchester, 1991.

Bennett, J.A. "Practical Geometry and Operative Knowledge." Configurations, 6 (1998): 195-222.

Boorstin, D.J. The Discoverers. New York, 1983.

Brown, Lloyd A. The Story of Maps. Boston, 1949.

Burden, Philip D. The Mapping of North America. Rickmansworth, England, 1996.

Campbell, Tony. The Earliest Printed Maps, 1472-1500. London, The British Library, 1987.

Carter, John. ABC for book collectors. London, 1972.

Clancy, Robert. The Mapping of Terra Australis. Macquarie Park (Australia), 1995.

Davies, Hugh William. Devices of the early printers, 1457-1560: their history and development : with a chapter on portrait figures of printers. London, 1935.

Duff, E. Gordon. Century of the English Book Trade. London, 1905.

Glaister, Geoffrey Ashall. Glaister's glossary of the book; terms used in papermaking, printing, bookbinding, and publishing, with notes on illuminated manuscripts and private presses. London,1979.

Goss, John. The Mapping of North America: Three Centuries of Map-making, 1500-1860. Secaucus, N.J., 1990.

Gouk, Penelope.The Ivory Sundials of Nuremberg 1500-1700: Cambridge, 1988.

Guye, Samuel and Michel, Henri. Time & Space: Measuring Instruments from the 15th to the 19thCentury. New York, 1971.

Heninger, S. K. , Jr. The Cosmographical Glass: Renaissance Diagrams of the Universe. San Marino, California, 1977.

Hirsch, Rudolf. Printing, selling and reading, 1450-1550. Wiesbaden, 1967.

Holbrook, Mary. Science Preserved: A directory of scientific instruments in
collections in the United Kingdom and Eire. London, 1992.

Honigmann, Ernst. Die Sieben Klimata und die "poleis episèmoi". Eine Untersuchung zur Geschichte der Geographie und Astrologie im Altertum und Mittelalter. Heidelberg, 1929.

Imago mundi : Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography. London, 1935-.

Karrow, Robert W. Jr. Mapmakers of the Sixteenth Century and Their Maps. Chicago, 1993.

Kish, George. A Source book in geography. Cambridge, MA., 1978.

Lamb, Ursula trans. A Navigator's Universe: The Libro de Cosmographia of 1538 by Pedro de Medina. Chicago, 1972.

Marnef, Guido. Antwerp in the age of Reformation; underground Protestantism in a commercial metropolis, 1550-1577. Baltimore, MD, 1996.

McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees. A Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers in England, Scotland and Ireland, and of Foreign Printers of English books 1557-1640. London, 1910.

Michel, Henri. Scientific Instruments: In Art and History. London, 1967.

Mickwitz, Ann-Mari et al., comps. The A.E. Nordenskiold Collection in the Helsinki Library, Annotated Catalogue of Maps made up to 1800. Helsinki, Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1984.

Murray, John J. Antwerp in the age of Plantin and Brueghel. Norman, OK, 1970.

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Oswald, John Clyde. A history of printing; its development through five hundred years. New York and London, 1928.

Panzer, Georg Wolfgang Franz. Annales typographici. Hildesheim, 1963.

Peddie, Robert Alexander. Printing, a short history of the art. London, 1927.

Shirley, Rodney. The Mapping of the World. London, 1987.

Suarez, Thomas. Shedding the Veil: Mapping the European Discovery of America and the World. Singapore, 1992.

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Turner, Gerard L'E. Scientific Instruments 1500-1900: An Introduction.
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Updike, Daniel Berkeley. Printing Types; Their History, Forms, and Use; A Study in Survivals. London, 1922.

Van Helden, A. "The Birth of the Modern Scientific Instrument, 1550-1700", in J.G. Burke, ed., The Uses of Science in the Age of Newton. Berkeley, 1983.

Van Helden, A. and T.L. Hankins, eds. "Instruments." Osiris, 9 (1993).

Vespucci, Amerigo. Letters from a new world; Amerigo Vespucci's discovery of America. New York, 1992.

Waldseemüller, Martin. Cosmographiae introductio. St. Die, April 25, 1507.