Frederici Honores or Honores Friderici, (Latin, "the Honours, or Regalia, of Frederic") also called Gloria Frederica or Frederici ("Glory of Frederick") was a constellation created by Johann Bode in 1787 to honor Frederick the Great, the king of Prussia who had died in the previous year. It was located in a region between the constellations Cepheus, Andromeda, Cassiopeia and Cygnus. It was composed of the stars ι, κ, λ, ο, and ψ Andromedae. The constellation is no longer in use.
- Ian Ridpath's Star Tales: Honores Friderici
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