Download Archimedes in the Middle Ages, Vol. 4: A supplement on the by Marshall Clagett PDF

By Marshall Clagett

Show description

Read Online or Download Archimedes in the Middle Ages, Vol. 4: A supplement on the Medieval Latin traditions of conic sections (1150-1566). Part ii PDF

Similar biographies & memoirs books

Napoleon

This can be the good vintage biography of Napoleon. What makes Emil Ludwig's paintings probably the most is his literary kind and presentation.

Visitors to the inner Earth

Actual stories (or so it was once claimed) of subterranean trips * King Herla within the cavern of the dwarfs * Enkidu and his descent into Sheol * Orpheus and Aeneas in Hades * Sir Owen in Purgatory * Cuchulain in Tir-nan-Og * Reuben and the mikvah stairway * Reverend Kirk and his abduction * Richard Shaver and the Deros * Saint-Yves d'Alveydre in Agharta * Thomas the Rhymer in Fairyland * Olaf Jansen and the polar beginning * Apollonius of Tyana within the home of the clever males * Lobsang Rampa underneath the Himalayas * Doreal and the mysteries of Mount Shasta * man Ballard and the Ascended Masters * Captain Seaborn and his voyage to Symzonia * Walter Siegmeister and the Atlantean tunnels * Dianne Robbins and the Library of Porthologos And different viewers to the hidden depths of the earth.

Additional info for Archimedes in the Middle Ages, Vol. 4: A supplement on the Medieval Latin traditions of conic sections (1150-1566). Part ii

Sample text

23 eneus: 136 line 83, 188 lines 21 and 42 and 57, 215 line 6; cf. aeneus eo: 56 line 7 (Prop. 3), 220 line 41, 224 line 11, 244 n. 5, 262 n. 18, 276 line 24, 285 line 10, 456 equalis: 13 n. 33, 30 n. 55, 45 lines 14-15 (Prop. 2) and 17, 47 lines 36 bis and 47 bis, 56 line 17 bis (Prop. , 68 n. , 69-70 n. , 70 n. , 80 n. , 82 n. , 96 n. 43, 104 n. ', cf. aequalis equalitas: 212 line 54; cf. , 216 line 42, 217 lines 62-63 and 69 and 72, 219 lines 14 and 23, 220 lines 45 and 59, 225 lines 9-10, 227 line 7 (Passage 6); cf.

Though this index is largely devoted to Latin mathematical terms, some Latin terms with scientific implications have also been included. Italian terms have not been indexed (but see pp. 341-45, ns. 48-57). abbrevio: 11 n. 28, 13 n. 32, 191 lines 20 and 22 abrado: 132 line 49, 187 line 17, 216 line 39 abscindo or abscido: 67, 79n, 80 n. 26, 96 n. 42, 97n bis, 133 line 77, 134 lines 31 and 33, 185 line 16, 217 line 64, 226 line 35, 317-18 n. 14, 331 n. 23 bis, 378, 402-03, 410, 412, 414, 434, 436 abscisio: 436 abscissio: 95 absimilis: 411 absurditas: 239 absurdus: 240n bis, 282 line 70, 394, 425 accedo: 351n, 453, 455 accendo: 97n accidentia: 332 n.

243-44 n. 5, 261 n. , 262 n. 18, 263 n. 19, 265 n. , 272 line 9 (El. , 273 line 12 (El. , 275 lines 3 (El. VII) and 6 (El. VII) and 8 (El. , 280 line 14 (El. , 283 lines 8 and 16, 285 lines 7 and 26, 286 lines 46-47, 287 lines 9 and 34, 289 line 11 (El. , 263 n. , 275 line 13 (El. , 392, 449 altus: 188 line 56 ambio: 236 n. 3 ambitus: 385-86 ambligonius: 269 line 8; see sectio ambligonia amblygonius: 236 n. 3, 242n, 244 n. 6, 269 line 31, 331 n. 23; see conus amblygonius, sectio amblygonia ampligonia: 71n; see piramis ampligonia, pyramis ampligonia, sectio ampligonia analysis: 320n angulariter: 82 n.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.30 of 5 – based on 43 votes