Ships, Clocks And Stars; The Quest for Longitude

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Brown boards, gilt titles front and spine, mapped endpapers. Internally, this volume is in pristine, unread condition. Light rubbing to board edges, minimal (2mm) slant, and light shelf wear to unclipped dust jacket.

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Brown boards, gilt titles front and spine, mapped endpapers. Internally, this volume is in pristine, unread condition. Light rubbing to board edges, minimal (2mm) slant, and light shelf wear to unclipped dust jacket. Cook that put these revolutionary navigational methods to the test.

Filled with astronomers, inventors, politicians, seamen, and satirists, Ships, Clocks, and Stars explores the scientific, political, and commercial battles of the age, as well as the sailors, ships, and voyages that made it legend—from Matthew Flinders and George Vancouver to the voyages of the Bounty and the Beagle.

Featuring more than 150 photographs specially commissioned from Britain’s National Maritime Museum, this evocative, detailed, and thoroughly fascinating history brings this age of exploration and enlightenment vividly to life”.

book-author

Richard; Higgitt, Rebekah.

language

English

publisher

Harper Design/Collins; Royal Museums Greenwich, Glasgow

year-published

2014

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