Bode’s constellations – the sky’s top 100 (and more)
Here is an alphabetical list of all the constellations included in Johann Bode’s immense Uranographia atlas of 1801. Names and spellings are as in the tables in the accompanying catalogue called Allgemeine Beschreibung und Nachweisung der Gestirne. The total number of entries is 102, but see the notes at the end of the table.


Andromeda
Antlia Pneumatica
Apis
Apparatus Chemicus
Apparatus Sculptoris
Apus
Aquarius
Aquila et Antinous
Ara
Argo Navis
Aries et Musca
Auriga

Bootes et Mons Maenalus

Caela Scalptoris
Camelopardalus
Cancer
Canes Venatici
Canis Major
Canis Minor
Capricornus
Cassiopeia
Centaurus
Cepheus
Cetus
Chamaeleon
Circinus
Columba
Coma Berenices
Corona Australis
Corona Borealis
Corvus
Crater
Crux
Custos Messium
Cygnus

Delphinus
Draco

Equuleus
Eridanus

Felis

Gemini
Globus Aerostaticus
Grus

Harpa Georgii
Hercules, Cerberus et Ramus
Honores Friderici
Hydrus
Hydra
Horologium Pendulum

Indus

Lacerta
Leo
Leo Minor
Lepus
Libra
Lupus
Lynx

Machina Electrica
Microscopium
Monoceros
Mons Mensae

Norma et Regula
Nubecula Major
Nubecula Minor

Octans Nautica
Officina Typographica
Ophiuchus
Orion

Pavo
Pegasus
Perseus
Phoenix
Pisces
Piscis Notius
Piscis Volans
Pluteum Pictoris
Pyxis Nautica et Lochium Funis

Quadrans Muralis

Rangifer
Reticulus Rhomboidalis
Robur Caroli II

Sagitta
Sagittarius
Sceptrum Brandenburgicum
Scorpius
Scutum Sobiesii
Serpens
Sextans Uraniae

Taurus
Taurus Poniatovii
Telescopium Herschelii
Toucan
Triangulum Australe
Triangulum Majus et Minus
Tubus Astronomicus
Turdus Solitarius

Ursa Major
Ursa Minor

Virgo
Vulpecula et Anser
Vultur et Lyra [= Lyra]

Xiphias [= Dorado]


NOTES:
1.  Lyra is listed as “Vultur et Lyra” and Dorado is listed as “Xiphias”.
2.  Nubecula Minor and Nubecula Major, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, are included in the constellation list, although they are not now regarded as constellations.
3.  Antinous, Cerberus, Lochium Funis, Mons Maenalus, Musca, and Triangulum Minus are listed as sub-constellations. If these are counted separately, then the total number of constellations on the Uranographia charts comes to 106, discounting the Nubeculae.