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Reverse of Horary quadrant
This type of horary quadrant is called a Panorganon and it is drawn for several latitudes. It was first described by William Leybourne in 1672. Although the maker is unknown, this is very similar in style to an example by Walter Hayes at the Adler Planetarium.
- Image reference: D8800_2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London