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  1. Petrus Apianus (April 16, 1495 – April 21, 1552), also known as Peter Apian, Peter Bennewitz, and Peter Bienewitz, was a German humanist, known for his works in mathematics, astronomy and cartography.

  2. On a star chart published in 1533 the German astronomer Peter Apian (1495–1552) (also known as Petrus Apianus) showed Boötes with two dogs at his heels and holding their leash in his right hand. On another chart published by Apian three years later the number of dogs had grown to three and the leash had moved to the left hand, but they were still following Boötes and not the bear.

  3. no fsontispício de um livro de Petrus Apianus (1495-1552). Nic- cal8 Fontana Tartaglia (1499-1559) relacionou os clernentos do trihgulo de Pascal com as potências de (a: + ZJ). Pascal (1623- 1662) piiblicou um tratado em 1654 mostrando como iitilizblos para achar os coeficientes do desenvolvimento de (a + h)".

  4. The University of Ingolstadt was founded in 1472 by Louis the Rich, the Duke of Bavaria at the time, and its first Chancellor was the Bishop of Eichstätt. It consisted of five faculties: humanities, sciences, theology, law, and medicine, all of which were contained in the Hoheschule ('high school').

  5. Uit Astronomicum Caesareum van Petrus Apianus uit 1540. Ptolemaeus beschreef zijn astronomische kennis in de Almagest , de enige nog overblijvende verhandeling over astronomie uit de Oudheid. Lange tijd konden handgeschreven kopieën van dit indrukwekkend werk slechts door enkelingen geraadpleegd worden.

  6. Petrus Apianus (1495–1552) publicó el triángulo en el frontispicio de su libro sobre cálculos comerciales Rechnung [9] (1527). Este es el primer registro del triángulo en Europa. En Italia, se le conoce como el triángulo de Tartaglia, en honor al algebrista italiano Niccolò Fontana Tartaglia (1500–1577).

  7. Im August 2006 wurde aus der Ausstellung „Krötengift und Hexenkraut“ im Schloss Peuerbach eine Leihgabe des Stifts im Wert von ca. 30.000 Euro gestohlen: "Astronomicum Caesareum", ein Buch von Petrus Apianus mit astronomischen Abbildungen aus 1532, wurde aus der Glasvitrine gestohlen; zurück blieb der Ledereinband und eine Doppelseite.