Otto II, Count Palatine Of Mosbach-Neumarkt
Otto II Mathematicus (26 June 1435 – 8 June 1499) was the Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt from 1461 until 1499.
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... Otto was born in 1435 as the eldest son of Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt ... Otto II also had a strong interest in astronomy and mathematics, which led to his title "Mathematicus", and he established an observatory on the castle at Neumarkt ... In 1490 he retired all active rulership over Mosbach-Neumarkt to Philip, Elector Palatine, and spent the remainder of his life in scientific pursuits ...
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