A 1070 plane or planispheric astrolabe by Ibrahim ibn Said from Valencia is displayed at the exhibit "Astrum 2009: Astronomy and Instruments" at the Vatican Museum, in Vatican City.

A 1070 plane or planispheric astrolabe by Ibrahim ibn Said from Valencia  is displayed at the exhibit "Astrum 2009: Astronomy and Instruments" at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000058" title="Vatican City" href="/topic/international/vatican-city-PLGEO00000058.topic">Vatican</a> Museum, in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id=" PLCUL0000084" title="Vatican City" href="/topic/religion-belief/christianity/roman-catholicism/vatican-city-PLCUL0000084.topic">Vatican City</a>
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( AP Photo Pier Paolo Cito )

A 1070 plane or planispheric astrolabe by Ibrahim ibn Said from Valencia is displayed at the exhibit "Astrum 2009: Astronomy and Instruments" at the Vatican Museum, in Vatican City

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