Mathematical Collections and Translations: The first Tome. In two parts.
by GALILEI, Galileo; SALUSBURY, Thomas, trans
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- Peter Harrington (GB)
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- Mathematical Collections and Translations:
- GALILEI, Galileo; SALUSBURY, Thomas, trans
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- London: printed by William Leybourn,
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