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Close-up eclipse drawing in the Dutch satirical print in Arolsen Klebebände (Fürstlich Waldecksche Hofbibliothek, Arolsen, II 230 7, 1/2, v. 18, f. 107), provided with courtesy of Fürstlich Waldecksche Hofbibliothek (Arolsen) and Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg in the upper left; Pieter van Call’s illustrated map of siege of Barcelona in the upper right, where the Franco-Spanish fleet is placed in the eastern sea against the old city of Barcelona and the Fort of “Mont Iuy” (modern Montjuïc) in the west, provided with courtesy of Rijksmuseum (RP-P-OB-83.229); and the computed time series of the eclipsed Sun at Barcelona with its magnitude variation in the lower part. The timing is shown in the LAT and the direction of Z and N show directions of the apparent zenith and the celestial north pole.

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