Mark, Tractatus horologiorum; clavius, Gnomonices de horologiis.
I would rather err with Scaliger than be right with clavius.
Kepler proved that this eclipse was total, not annular, so that the ring seen by clavius must have been the corona.
clavius's great contemporary, Tycho-Brahe, the distinguished Danish astronomer, found no reason to reject it.
From this it appears that clavius continued the Calendar of his predecessors in the choice of the fourteenth day of the moon.
In this he was followed by various later commentators, including Tartaglia and clavius in the sixteenth century.
Before Oughtred the use of parentheses had been suggested by clavius and Girard.
clavius then refers to a work of Raymarus Ursus Dithmarsus as containing an account of a particular case.
This whole passage in the "Monumenta," was written by the celebrated clavius.
clavius, the largest of them, is 123 miles across the interior, yet its encircling rampart is not a mile high.