Ptolemaeus


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Ptolemaeus

(tol-ĕ-may -ŭs) See table at craters.
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multum miscentur opinioni et pertingere non potest ad scientiae confirmatum et stantem et necessarium habitum, sicut recte dicit Ptolemaeus.
The crater chain which runs beyond the southern tip of Muller in a relatively straight line towards Ptolemaeus appears to be continuous along the crest of the southern wall of Muller.
16) Under his description of Ptolemaeus in The Moon, 1895, T.
The case is reported in the Martyrdom of Ptolemaeus and Lucius, which is an extract in fact from Justin Martyr's Second Apology (2.
But the wife's conversion unquestionably led to marital conflict, as she first formed the intention to divorce and then acted on it, and the conflict was not resolved quickly: for the husband challenged the divorce, on the grounds that his wife had left him without his consent; she appealed to the emperor, successfully; and he finally sought revenge by persecuting the unfortunate agent of his misfortune, the Christian teacher Ptolemaeus.
Unde incomparabiliter plura impossibilia saltem nominari possunt, si non cognosci, quam possibilia"; Joannes Baptista Ptolemaeus, S.
Alphonsus, together with Ptolemaeus (top) and Arzachel (bottom), form a magnificent trio of craters, visible with binoculars and best viewed at First Quarter or six days after Full Moon.
Last Quarter Moon Last Quarter lunar features Craters 1 Maginus 2 Clavius 3 Tycho * 4 Gassendi 5 Grimaldi * 6 Landsberg 7 Encke 8 Kepler * 9 Aristarchus 10 Bianchini 11 Pythagoras 12 Plato * 13 Aristillus 14 Autolycus 15 Archimedes 16 Timocharis * 17 Eratosthenes 18 Copernicus * 19 Herschel 20 Ptolemaeus 21 Albategnius 22 Alphonsus 23 Arzachel Mountains CM Carpathians HM Harbinger RM Riphaeus SB Spitzbergen StR Straight Range SW Straight Wall TM Teneriffe Other features MF Mare Frigoris MH Mare Humorum MI Mare Imbrium MN Mare Nubium OP Oceanus Procellarum PE Palus Epidemiarum SA Sinus Aestuum SI Sinus Iridum SR Sinus Roris Table 2.
The absence of the familiar from the pages of the Portfolio is due, Hill explained, to: 'The almost total exclusion from my logbooks of old warhorses such as the Theophilus trio, the Ptolemaeus group, Posidonius, Gassendi etc.
ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Last Quarter Moon Last Quarter lunar features Craters 1 Maginus 2 Clavius 3 Tycho * 4 Gassendi 5 Grimaldi * 6 Landsberg 7 Encke 8 Kepler * 9 Aristarchus 10 Bianchini 11 Pythagoras 12 Plato * 13 Aristillus 14 Autolycus 15 Archimedes 16 Timocharis * 17 Eratosthenes 18 Copernicus * 19 Herschel 20 Ptolemaeus 21 Albategnius 22 Alphonsus 23 Arzachel Mountains CM Carpathians HM Harbinger RM Riphaeus SB Spitzbergen StR Straight Range SW Straight Wall TM Teneriffe Other features MF Mare Frigoris MH Mare Humorum MI Mare Imbrium MN Mare Nubium OP Oceanus Procellarum PE Palus Epidemiarum SA Sinus Aestuum SI Sinus Iridum SR Sinus Roris [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]