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Jacques Devaulx. Nautical Works

Jacques Devaulx. Nautical Works


A fascinating insight into 16th-century seafaring and exploration, discover Devaulx’s sumptuous 1583 manuscriptand encyclopedic reference for sailors. ThisXXL editionreproduces the complete 31 foliosin all their brilliant art and science, gathering color illuminations, elaborate notes, observations, measurements, charts, and oceanic maps—a magnificent maritime showpiece.

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Autor Jean-Yves Sarazin
Élisabeth Hébert
Gerhard Holzer
Véronique Hauguel-Thill
Marie-Thérèse Castanet
Françoise Doray
Josette Méasson
Vydavateľ TASCHEN
Jazyk anglický, francúzsky, nemecký
Väzbatvrdá
Počet strán264
Formát27.6 x 39.5 cm
EAN9783836539234
Rok vydania2018
Edícia Umenie
Five hundred years after the historic French seaport of Le Havre was established, TASCHEN presents a facsimile reproduction ofLes premières œuvres de Jacques Devaulx, pilote en la marine, first published by Le Havre-born “Naval Pilot to the King” Jacques Devaulx in 1583. This extraordinary illuminated manuscript, dedicated to the Duke of Joyeuse, collates nautical, astronomical, and cartographic ideasas well as Devaulx’s own extensive notes, observations, and records as a seafarer, hydrographer, cosmographer, and cartographer.

An encyclopedic reference for sailors, as well as a magnificent maritime showpiecefor his royal employers, the elaborately annotated and decorated folios are a repertoire of naval and cosmographic tools and techniques, includingastrolabes, nautical charts of the Atlantic Ocean, tabular statements of diurnal tides, astrological charts, and measurements for solar altitude. They also gather Devaulx’s volvelles, wheel charts made of rotating parts that are today considered an early example of the paper analog computer. Together, the folios encapsulate the state of knowledge at a time when sailors pushed the limits of sea explorationand offer a glimpse into the practical daily requirements of Renaissance seafaring.

This edition of Devaulx’s stunning document, produced in collaboration with the Bibliothèque nationale de France, reproduces each of the31 foliosin all their brilliant art and science, including the original colorful illuminations, in particular the volvelles. The volume features essays by Jean-Yves Sarazinand Gerhard Holzer, as well as commentaries from a team of experts coordinated by Élisabeth Hébertand Véronique Hauguel-Thill, contextualizing Devaulx’s work with fascinating insights into 16th-century seafaring and exploration.

The editor

Jean-Yves Sarazin(1967–2016) was a curator and historian. After completing advanced studies in history, paleographic archiving, and library conservation, he managed the Directory of French Cartographers at the Bibliothèque nationale de France, responsible for the conservation and restoration of cartographic documents. From 2010 he worked as director of the Department of Maps and Plans at the BnF. He also dedicated his academic career to the history of legal documents, and is the author of the Bibliographie d’histoire du notariat français, 1200-1815(2004). He passed away on September 4th, 2016, following a lengthy illness.

The authors

Élisabeth Hébertis a mathematician and historian. She is the author of Instruments scientifiques à travers l’histoire(2004), a book about the usage of scientific, geometrical, and nautical instruments throughout the course of history; and Le Traité de Navigation de Jean-Baptiste Denoville(2008), an analysis and commentary of a reprint of Denoville’s nautical manuscript from 1760, which received a prize at the Nuit du Livrebook awards in Paris, 2009. She is also President of the mathematical society Association Sciences en Seine et Patrimoine(ASSP) in Rouen and a retired Associate Professor of Mathematics at the IREM (Institut de Recherche sur l’Enseignement des Mathématiques) at the University of Rouen.

Gerhard Holzerstudied history and geography at the University of Vienna and graduated with a thesis on the German-Austrian geologist Ferdinand von Hochstetter. Since 1989, he has been curator of the Woldan Collection at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna and has published a number of papers on scientific history, in particular on the history of discovery and cartography.


Autor

Jean-Yves Sarazin

Élisabeth Hébert

Gerhard Holzer

Véronique Hauguel-Thill

Marie-Thérèse Castanet

Françoise Doray

Josette Méasson

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