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Euclide's Elements; the whole fifteen books compendiously demonstrated: with Archimedes's Theorems of the sphere and cylinder, investigated by the method of indivisibles. By Isaac Barrow. To which is annex'd, Euclide's Data and A brief treatise [added by Flussas] of regular solids. The whole revis'd with great care, and some hundreds of errors of the former impression corrected. By Thomas Haselden.

Main Author: Euclid.
Related Names: Candale, Franc̜ois de Foix comte de 1502-1594., Archimedes. , Haselden, Thomas d. 1740., Foix, Francois de comte de Candale 1502-1594., Barrow, Isaac 1630-1677.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for Daniel Midwinter and Aaron Ward, [etc.] 1732.
Subjects: Geometry > Early works to 1800
Physical Description: 4 p. L., 514 p. front. (port.) diagrs. 21 cm.
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