He collaborated with German astronomer Regiomontanus (born Johannes Müller von Königsberg) - they jointly developed astronomical tables and Disputationes inter Viennensem et Cracoviensem super Cremonensia in planetarum theoriae deliramenta (lat. Dialogues between a Viennese and a Cracovian about Gerard of Cremona's thoughts on planetary theories) - a critique of an obsolete astronomy book. He supplied Jagiellonian University with astronomical instruments, preserved to date. He has also given lectures at Universitas Istropolitana in Pressburg.
There is a street named after him in his hometown, Olkusz.
- Disputationes inter Viennensem et Cracoviensem super Cremonensia in planetarum theoriae deliramenta, collaborative with Regiomontanus
- Vitae archiepiscoporum gnesnensium, published in full after 1680
- Collective work, Učebňa texty pre vlastivedných sprievodcov the Bratislava I - Dejiny Bratislavy. Bratislavská informačná služba, 2001.
- Aleksander Birkenmajer, Bylica Marcin. In: Polish Biographical Dictionary, vol. 3: Brożek Jan – Chwalczewski Franciszek. Cracow, 1989, ISBN 8304032910.
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