Did Martin Behaim make the first globe?
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Martin Behaim was the first European to make a globe. In 1490 he accepted a commission to manufacture a terrestrial globe for his hometown of Nuremberg, Germany. The globe, which survived into the twenty-first century, is believed to be the oldest such artifact of its kind. Prior to constructing the globe, Behaim spent time in Flanders and Portugal. In Portugal he was favored among the mathematicians of King John II's court. Behaim then spent two…
Zacharias Janssen was the inventer of the compound microscope in the year 1595 Martin Behaim was the maker of the globe in the year 1459-1537. Nicholas Jacques Conte made the first pencil in the year 1564 when a large mine or graphite was found but in the year 1795 he made the graphite into a dust to make it into all kinds of strenghts Galileo Galilei made the first thermometer in 1593
yes a globe is a physical model because when you try to make it shows how you make the globe because it is hard to make the earth with out looking at a globe so it easier to make it or draw it will be hard to make it with out the globe that shows you the example you need that globe so that you know how to make the states countries cities and etc.
The first Globe Theatre was built with materials and timber taken from the first 'Theatre' in 1599 when William Shakespeare and the Chamberlain's men were forced to leave because the Puritan owner, Giles Allen, refused to re-new the lease. It only took six months to build. Richard and Cuthbert Burbage, who had owned the Theatre were the majority owners of the Globe. The first Globe burned down in 1613 but a second Globe was rebuilt…
The first person with the surname Martin to come to America may have been Christopher Martin. He came on the Mayflower in 1620 from Plymouth, England to Plymouth in what became the Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was the Treasurer of the settlement but died shortly after he landed because of the brutal winter weather that the pilgrims were not prepared for. He had a son, John Martin, who did not make the trip to American…
As I understand it the guy who invented the first handheld cellular phone was Martin Cooper in 1973 Dr Martin Cooper, a former general manager for the systems division at Motorola, is considered the inventor of the first portable handset and the first person to make a call on a portable cell phone in April 1973. The first call he made was to his rival, Joel Engel, Bell Labs head of research.