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Pillar of Stone Falls From Sky in Constantinople (sources)

  • "A Catalogue of Meteorites and Fireballs, from A.D. 2 to A.D. 1860," by R.P. Greg, article in Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 30th Meeting, 1860 London, England. Pg. 48-120. Online at: http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/92538#page/126/mode/1up
  • "A New Catalogue of the Fall of Stones, Iron, Dust, and soft Substances, dry or moist, in Chronological Order," by E.F.F. Chladni, article in the Annals of Philosophy, August, 1826 London, England. Pg. 84
  • Astronomie Populaire: oeuvre posthume, Volume 4, by François Arago & Jean Augustine, 1857 Paris, France, & Leipzig, Germany. Pg. 486
  • Opus Chronologicum, by Sethus Calvisius, 1620. Pg. 423
  • Phenomena, by John Mitchell & Robert J.M. Rickard, 1977 Thames and Hudson Ltd., London, England. ISBN: 0-394-73389-4. Pg. 18

Mentions

  • "A new Catalogue of Meteoritic Stones, Masses of Meteoritic Iron, and other Substances, the Fall of which has been made known, down to the present Time," by E.F.F. Chladni, article in the Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, January 31, 1826. Pg. 3-21