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Astrolabe in brass
Date of sale : December 19th 1997
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Domain : Instruments
Section : Scientific instruments
engraved and inscribed in Armenian, dated 928 of the Armenian Era, Constantinople, 1479
Paris-Drouot, . This rare piece belonged to an Armenian phycisist named Amir Dowlat Amasia and was presumably made by a certain Zilmaspsout. It was the oldest known Armenian scientific instrument on the market, thus the high price it fetched. It was bought by a Qatari prince.
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