Catalog Record: Elementa Euclides geometriae, planae ac solidae; et selecta ex Archimede theoremata, quibus accedit Trigonometria | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Elementa Euclides geometriae, planae ac solidae; et selecta ex Archimede theoremata, quibus accedit Trigonometria, auctore Andrea Tacquet. Novissimam hanc editionem adornavit, plurimisque corollariis varios propositionum usus exhibentibus illustravit, & schemata XL additit Gulielmus Whiston.

Main Author: Euclid.
Related Names: Musschenbroek, Petrus van 1692-1761., ed., Schott, Gaspar 1608-1666., Whiston, William 1667-1752., Tacquet, André 1612-1660., Archimedes.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Amstelodami, apud P. de Coup, 1725.
Subjects: Trigonometry > Early works to 1800.
Geometry > Early works to 1800
Note: Edited by Petrus van Musschenbroek.
"De dimensione triangularum sphaericorum ex Encyclopaedia p. Gasparis Schotti ...": p. 365-384.
Each title-page illustrated with a diagram.
"Theoremata selecta ex Archimede" has special t.p. (p. [261]): Andreae Tacquet ... selecta ex Archimede theoremata via faciliori ac breviori demonstrata, & novis inventis aucta. Amstelodami, apud P. de Coup, 1725.
Physical Description: xxiv, 384 p. diagrs. on 7 fold. pl. 20 cm.
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