Oxford in southern England is best known as an ancient University city, and mathematical interest within the University has been connected at different times with the design and making of mathematical instruments. Surviving astrolabes can be linked to the mathematicians associated with Merton College in the fourteenth century, and one of the first makers in England, Nicolaus Kratzer, was briefly at Corpus Christi College in the early sixteenth century.

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