Product images of Hygrometer
View of a hygrometer, here referred to as a notiometra, in an outdoor, mountainous setting. A dial is visible on the left leg [as viewed] showing a nonlinear scale, and a piece of string is suspended in between the legs.
Plate 27 from a German translation of Joachim d’Alence’s Tractatus de barometris… (Ludwig Bourgeat, Mainz, 1688), an early account of meteorological instruments including barometers, thermometers and hygrometers.
Joachim d’Alence (16..-1707) French astronomer and physician was not a Fellow of the Royal Society.
- Image reference: RS-18011
- ©The Royal Society
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