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THERMOMETER, 1644. Design of a thermometer as described in 1644 by French mathematician Marin Mersenne. Line engraving, American, c1900

THERMOMETER, 1644. Design of a thermometer as described in 1644 by French mathematician Marin Mersenne. Line engraving, American, c1900


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THERMOMETER, 1644. Design of a thermometer as described in 1644 by French mathematician Marin Mersenne. Line engraving, American, c1900

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1644 Apparatus Design Invention Marin Scientific Revolution Temperature Thermometer Mersenne


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This print showcases a remarkable invention from the 17th century - the Thermometer, designed in 1644 by the brilliant French mathematician Marin Mersenne. The image depicts a line engraving of this groundbreaking apparatus, created by an American artist around 1900. The thermometer's design is both elegant and intricate, reflecting the ingenuity of its creator. With its mid-17th-century origins, it stands as a testament to the scientific revolution that was sweeping across Europe during this time. This revolutionary device played a crucial role in advancing our understanding of temperature and paved the way for countless discoveries in various fields. Marin Mersenne's contribution to science cannot be overstated. As one of France's most influential scholars during his era, he made significant contributions to mathematics, physics, and music theory. His design for this thermometer exemplifies his keen intellect and innovative thinking. This print not only captures an important moment in history but also serves as a reminder of humanity's relentless pursuit of knowledge and progress. It symbolizes how inventions like these have shaped our world today and continue to inspire generations to push boundaries further. As we admire this mesmerizing artwork from The Granger Collection, let us appreciate the brilliance behind such creations while acknowledging their profound impact on our collective journey towards enlightenment.

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