|Author:||Armin M Brandt|
|Title:||Martin Behaim (1459-1507): Seefahrer, Entdecker, Kosmograph (German Edition)|
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|Category:||Foreign Language Study and Reference|
|Publisher:||F. Pustet (1989)|
eština: Martin Behaim (6. října 1459 Norimberk - 29. července 1507 Lisabon) byl význačný navigátor, kartograf. Vytvořil nejstarší dnes zachovalý glóbus. Deutsch: Martin Behaim ( 6. Oktober 1459 in Nürnberg; † 29. Juli 1507 in Lissabon, Portugal), auch Martin Bohemus, port. Martinho da Boémia und lat. Martinus de Boemia, war ein Nürnberger Tuchhändler und portugiesischer Ritter. Bekannt geworden ist er als Anreger des ältesten erhaltenen Globus.
Martin Behaim was a German mariner, astronomer, philosopher, geographer. Martin Behaim was born on 6th of October 1459 in the Nuremberg region of Germany. He was the son of a wealthy merchant named Martin Behaim and his mother was Agnes Schopper. His father was a renowned merchant and was also selected to be a senator in the year 1461.
German navigator and geographer to the King of Portugal. 6 October 1459 Nuremberg. Tuchhändler aus Nürnberg, Seefahrer, Navigator und portugiesischer Ritter; Anreger des ersten überlieferten Globus (de); 독일의 탐험가, 지도 제작자 (ko); German navigator and geographer to the King of Portugal (en); niemiecki geograf, nawigator i kosmograf (pl); moraer ha kartennour alaman (br); Duits astronoom (nl) Martin de Bohemia, Martín de Bohemia, Behaim (es); Martin Bohemus, Behaim (sv); Бехайм Мартін, Мартін Бехайм, Бегайм Мартін, Бехайм (uk)
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Martin Behaim Martin Behaim (1459?-1507) fashioned a globe depicting the known world in 1492. In the twenty-first century the restored globe remained on display at Nuremberg, and is the oldest surviving relic of its kind on earth. Martin Behaim was born in Nuremberg, Germany, sometime around 1459. In his youth, it is believed that he studied mathematics with the noted German astronomer and mathematician, Johann Mueller, commonly known as Regiomontanus. Behaim, the son of a wealthy merchant, then traveled through much of Western Europe as a merchant's apprentice in the textile business and became a merchant by trade.
Martin Behaim (6 October 1459 – 29 July 1507), also known as Martin von Behaim and by various forms of Martin of Bohemia, was a German textile merchant and cartographer. He served Joao II of Portugal as an adviser in matters of navigation and participated in a voyage to West Africa. He is now best known for his Erdapfel, the world's oldest surviving globe, which he produced for the Imperial City of Nuremberg in 1492. In 1477 they visited Antwerp where van Dorpp sold his wares to a German merchant; later that same year Behaim attended the Frankfurt fair with Bartels von Eyb, a friend of the family. Writing to his uncle in 1478, Behaim expressed a desire to improve his business prospects by moving to Antwerp, a leading center of the cloth trade.
Behaim, Martin, 1459-1507. Filed under: Behaim, Martin, 1459-1507. A Discourse Intended to Commemorate the Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus: Delivered at the Request of the Historical Society in Massachusetts, on the 23d day of October, 1792, Being the Completion of the Third Century Since That Memorable Event; To Which Are Added Four Dissertations (Boston: Belknap and Hall, 1792), by Jeremy Belknap (multiple formats at archive.