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ISIS Cumulative Bibliography

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ISIS Cumulative Bibliography A Bibliography of the History of Science
formed from ISIS Critical Bibliographies 1–90


Chairman of Editorial Committee I. BERNARD COHEN

Volume 2

in conjuntion with the History of Science Society

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Volume 2

PART I: Personalities K-Z 1
PART II; Introduction 655
: Institutions A-Z 657

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[journalArticle]BAILKEY, Nels M. A Babylonian philospher of history. Osiris, 1950, 9: 106–30.
Apropos of Kabti-Ilani-Marduk, son of Dahibu.

KADZUBEK, Wincenty


KAEMPFE, Hermann Anschütz


KAEMPFEN, Joseph Antoine Ignace Aloys (1784 – 1856)

[journalArticle]HERVÉ. C. Extraits des souvenirs du Dr Kaempfen. Bull.Soc.Franç.Hist.Méd., 1912, 11: 360–9.

KAEMPFER, Engelbert (1651 – 1716)

[journalArticle]GUDGER, E.W. A historical note on the synchronous flashing of fire flies. Science, 1919, 50: 188–90.
First observed in Siam by Engelbert Kaempfer in 1690 and described by him in his “History of Japan”.
[journalArticle]HALBERTSMA, K.T.A. Engelbert Kaempfer (1651–1716). Janus, 1940, 45: 40–55, 4 fig.
[journalArticle]KITAMURA, Sirô. [Botanical descriptions of the Japanese plants by Engelbert Kaempfer. (In Japanese)] J.Hist.Sci.Japan, Julyt 1953, no. 26, 19–24.
[journalArticle]MEIER, Karl. Über die echte Mumie. Sudhoffs Arch., 1937–38, 30: 62–77. [CB 52/555]
Extracts from Engelbert Kaempfer's “Amoenitatum exoticarum”.
[book]MEIER-LEMGO, Karl. Engelbert Kämpfer: der erste deutsche Forschungsreisende, 1651–1716. 212 p. Stuttgart: Strecker und Schröder, 1937.
[review]Reviewed by E. Heawood, Georgr.J., 1937, 90: 384–5.

KAERIUS, Petrus (1571 – 1646)

[journalArticle]KEUNING, Johannes. Pieter van den Keere (Petrus Kaerius), 1571–1646 (?). Imago Mundi, 1960, 15: 66–72.

KÄSTNER, Abraham Gotthelf (1719 – 1800)

[bookChapter]GOE, George. Kästner, forerunner of Gauss, Pasch, Hilbert. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (2), p. 659–62. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]PETERS, Wilhelm Servatius. Das Parrellelenproblem bei A.G. Kaestner. Arch.Hist.Exact Sci., 1961, 1: 480–7.
[book]WOYCIECHOWSKY, József. Sipos Pál élete és matématikai munkássága. [Paul Sipos. Ein ungarischer Mathematiker des ausgehenden 18. Jahrhunderts über seine Ellipsenrektifikation mittels Kochleoide und seine alleinstehenden logarithmisch-trigonometrischen Tafeln mit unveröffentlichten Briefen von Bode und Kästner. (In Hungarian, with German summary)] 124 p., 15 fig. (Közlemények a Debreceni Tudományegyetem Matematikai Szemináriumából, 6) Budapest: Athenaeum, 1932. [CB 41/569]

KOGAN, Benjamin Fedorovich (1869 – 1953)

[journalArticle]RASHEVSKII, P.K. Veniamin Fedorovich Kagan (9 marta 1869–8 maiia 1953) (nekrolog). [Benjamin Fedorovich Kagan, 9 March 1869–8 May 1953, obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1953, 8: no. 5, 131–8.

KAHLE, Paul (b. 1875)

[book]HEFFENING, W.; KIRFEL, W., ed. Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des Nahen und Fernen Ostens. Paul Kahle zum 60. Geburtstag, überreicht von Freunden und Schülern aus dem Kreise des orientalischen Seminars der Universität Bonn. viii, 231 p., portr. Leiden: Brill, 1935.

KAHN, Max (1887 – 1926)

[journalArticle]MAX KAHN (1887–1926). Med.Life, 1926, 33: 333–90, portr., bibliogr. [CB 21/542]
Whole number devoted to him.

KAIKĀ’ŪS, ‘Unsūr al-Ma’ālī, Amir of Dailam (11th cent., 2nd half)

[book]FROEHNER, Reinhard. Zur persischen Hippologie und Hippiatrie des 11. Jahrhunderts. 97 p. (Abhandl.Gesch.Veterinärmed., 20) Leipzig: Richter, 1929. [CB 30/402]
This is a domestic encyclopaedia composed in 1082/83 by ‘Unsur al-Ma’ālī Kaikā’ūs.
[book]KAIKĀ’ŪS, ‘Unsur al-Ma’ālī, Amir of Dailam. A mirror for Princes (The Quābus nāma). Transl. from the Perisan by Reuben Levy. xxii, 265 p. London: Cresset Press, 1951. [CB 79/111]
[review]Reviewed by M. Plessner, Isis, 1954, 45: 393–5.

KAILA, Eino (1890 – 1958)

[journalArticle]WRIGHT, Georg Henrik von. Kaila Eino. Theoria, 1958, 24: 137–8.

KAISER, Henry J. (b. 1882)

[book]DE KRUIF, Paul. Kaiser wakes the doctors. 158 p. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1943.
[review]Reviewed by Henry E. Sigerist, Bull.Hist.Med., 1943, 14: 413–16.

KAITEYN, J.C. (1851 – 1922)

[journalArticle]MAANEN, A. van. J.C. Kaiteyn, 1851–1922. Astrophys.J., Oct. 1922, 56: no. 3; reprinted in Annu.Rep.Smithsonian Inst.for 1923, p. 555–62, portr. Washington, D.C.: 1925.

KĀLIDĀSA (5th cent., 1st half)

[book]KĀLIDĀSA. [Megha-dūta, or the Cloud messenger by Kālidāsa. Translated from Sanskrit into Ukrainian verse with preface and notes by Paul Ritter] 48 p., 2 pl. Kharkow: Ukrainian Society for Oriental Research, 1928.
Appendix: Rabindranath Tagore's essay “Meghaduta” translated from Bengali into Ukrainian.
[book]KĀLIDĀSA. Uttarakalamrita. With an English translation by V. Subrahmanya Sastri. xxiv, 311 p. Bangalore: Soobbiah, 1939. [CB 59/454]
[journalArticle]SENGUPTA, P.C. Astronomical time-indications in Kālidāsa. J.Roy.Asiatic Soc.Bengal, Sci., 1945, 11: 14–23.
[book]UPADHYAYA, B.S. India in Kālidāsa with a foreword by E.J. Thomas. xvi, 385 p. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1947.
[review]Reviewed by Daniel H.H. Ingalls, Harvard J.Asiatic Stud., 1950, 13: 581–3.

KALKAR, Jan Stevenszoon

see CALCAR, Jan Stevenszoon

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KALLEN, Horace Meyer (b. 1882)

[book]KONVITZ, Milton Ridvas. Horace Meyer Kallen. Biography. 15 p., portr., bibliogr. [New York]: American Association for Jewish Education, 1952.]
Published in honor of the seventieth birthday of Dr. Horace M. Kallen, 11 August 1952.
[book]NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH, New York. Freedom and experience, essays presented to Horace M. Kallen; ed. by Sidney Hook and Milton R. Konvitz. xix, 345 p., portr., bibliogr. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1947. [CB 71/102]
Includes a bibliography (1908 to 1946) and biographical essays by the editors, by Alvin Johnson, and by Edmund de S. Brunner.



KALM, Pehr (c.1715 – 1779)

[book]DREWITT, F. Dawtrey. The romance of the Apothecaries' Garden at Chelsea. 2nd ed. x, 136 p., ill. London: Chapman and Dodd, 1924. [CB 18/622]
Contains notes on Linnaeus and his two pupils Kalm and Fabricius who came to Chelsea.
[journalArticle]GOERKE, Heinz. Medizinische Nachrichten aus den amerikanischen Reiseberichten des Linnéschülers Pehr Kalm. Sudhoffs Arch., 1963, 47: 215–23.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Peter Kalm's description of how sugar is made from various types of trees in North America. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1939, 13: 149–56.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's description of maize, how it is planted and cultivated in North America, together with the many uses of the crop plant. Introduction and translation by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1935, 9: 98–117. [CB 45/229]
An obscure article by the celebrated botanist, which is here translated from the Swedish for the first time, appeared in Swedish in 1751–52.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's description of spruce beer. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1948, 22: 142–3. [CB 73/140]
A translation of Kalm's paper in Handl.Svenska Vetenskapsakad., 1751, 12: 190–6.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's description of the North American mulberry tree. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1950, 24: 221–7. [CB 77/332]
A translation from Handl.Svenska Vetenskapsakad., 1776, 33: 143–63.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's description of the periodical cicada, Magicicada septendecim L. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Ohio J.Sci., 1953, 53: 53: (3), 138–42.
A translation of the paper in Handl.Svenska Vetenskapsakad., 1756, 17: 101–16.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Peter Kalm's observations concerning the usefulness of the American so-called cockspur hawthorne for quick set hedges. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1945, 19: 254–5.
A translation of Kalm's paper, first published in Swedish in 1773.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's observations on black walnut and butternut trees. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1942, 16: 149–57. [CB 63/253]
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's observations on the fences of North America. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1947, 21: 75–8, 3 fig.
New and unabridged translation of passages from “En Resa til Norra America” (Stockholm: 1753–1761)
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's observations on the natural history and climate of Pennsylvania. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1943, 17: 172–4.
Translation of excerpts from Kalm's letter of 14 October 1748.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Pehr Kalm's report on the chbaracteristics and uses of the American walnut tree which is called hickory. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1945, 19: 58–64.
A translation of a paper first publ. in Handl.Svenska Vetenskapsakad., 1778, 39: 262–83.
[journalArticle]KALM, Pehr. Peter Kalm's short account of the natural position, use and care of some plants, of which the seeds were recently brought home from North America for the service of those who take pleasure in experimenting with the cultivation of the same in our climate. Transl. by Esther Louise Larsen. Agr.Hist., 1939, 13: 33–64. [CB 58/538]
[journalArticle]LARSEN, Esther Louise. Peter Kalm, preceptor. Penn.Mag.Hist.Biogr., 1950, 500–11. [CB 77/332]
[journalArticle]SKOTTSBERG, Carl. Pehr Kalm. Levnadsteckning. [His life. (In Swedish)] 285 p., 17 ill. (Levnadsteckningar Svenska Vetenskapsakad.Ledamöter)Stockholm: 1951.
[review]Reviewed by Arvid Hj. Uggla, Lychnos, 1952, 421–3.

KALONYMOS BEN MEIR (1287 – 1328)

[journalArticle]ELAUT, Léon. Le traité galénique “Des clystères et de la colique”, traduit en Latin par François de Ravelenghien. Janus, 1964, 51: 136–51. [CB 90/556]
Discusses the treatise “De clysteribus et colica”, translated by Ravelenghien from a Hebrew rendering by Kalonymos ben Meir.


see al-FĀRISĪ, Kamāl al-Dīn Abū al-Ḥasan


see IBN al-‘ADĪM, Kamāl al-Dīn

KAMĀL al-DĪN ḤUSAIN, Son of Ḥusain Kāmil, Sultan of Egypt 1875 – 1932)

[journalArticle]BALL, John. Obituary notice of Prince Kemal-el-Din Hussein. Geogr.J., 1932, 80: 367–8. [CB 39/411]


see IBN YŪNUS, Kamāl al-Dīn Mūsā

KAMALA (c.1910 – 1929)

[book]GESELL, Arnold. Wolf child and human child. The life history of Kamala, the wolf girl. Based on the diary account of a child who was reared by a wolf and who then lived for nine years in the orphanage of Midnapore in the province of Bengal. xv, 95 p., 8 pl. London: Methuen, 1941.
Reviewed in Nature, 1942, 149: 181.

KAMEN, Martin David (b. 1913)

[journalArticle]KAMEN, Martin David. The early history of carbon-14. J.Chem.Educ., 1963, 40: 40: (5), 234–42.
A detailed and personal account by one of the leading participants.


see ONNES, Heike Kamerlingh

KAMMERER, Jakob Friedrich (1796 – 1857)

[journalArticle]NIEMANN, W. J.F. Kammerer, der Erfinder der Phosphorszündhölzer. Arch.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech., 1918, 8: 206–21, 2 ill. [CB 9/466]

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KAN PAO (4th cent., 1st half)

[journalArticle]BODDE, Derk. Again some Chinese tales of the supernatural. Further remarks on Kan Pao and his “Sou-shên chi.” J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1942, 62: 305–8.
[journalArticle]BODDE, Derk. Some Chinese tales of the supernatural. Kan Pao and his “Sou-shên chi.” Harvard J.Asiatic Stud., 1942, 6: 338–57.

KANĀDA, Maharishi

[book]SIRKAR, Kishori Lai. An introduction to the Hindu system of physics, being an exposition of “Kanad-Sūtras” relating to the subject. vii, 108 p. Calcutta: Seal, 1911.
[review]Reviewed by P. Masson-Oursel, Isis, 1920–21, 3: 64–5.

KANE, Elisha Kent (1820 – 57)

[bookChapter]CORNER, George W. The adventures of Dr. Kane in search of an open polar sea. Science, Medicine and History. Essays in honour of Charles Singer, (2), p. 274–81. London: Oxford University Press, 1953.
[journalArticle]KERR, W.M. Elisha Kent Kane (1820–1857). Ann.Med.Hist., 1924, 6: 71–125, portr. [CB 16/238]
[journalArticle]SHELESNYAK, Moses C. The story of Elisha Kent Kane, surgeon, U.S. Navy. U.S.Nav.Med.Bull., 1947, 47: 861–71, portr., fig.

KANE, Paul (1810 – 71)

[book]BUSHNELL, David I., Jr. Sketches by Paul Kane in the Indian country, 1845–1848. 25 p., 11 fig. (Smithsonian Misc.Collect., 99: no. 1) Washington, D.C: 1940.

KANE, Robert John (1809 – 90)

[journalArticle]REILLY, Desmond. Robert John Kane (1809–1890): Irish chemist and educator. J.Chem.Educ., 1955, 32: 404–6, 1 fig.
[journalArticle]WHEELER, T.S. Sir Robert John Kane. Endeavour, 1945, 4: 91–3, portr.

K’ANG HSI (1654 – 1722)

[book]HIBBERT, Eloise Talcott. Jesuit adventure in China during the reign of K’ang Hsi. xii, 298 p., 6 pl. New York: Dutton, 1941.
[bookChapter]VAN HÉE, L., S.J. L'Empereur K’ang-hi (1662–1722) et les sciences européennes. Compt.Rend.IIᵉ Congr.Nat.Sci. (Bruxelles, 1935), p. 51–9. Bruxelles: 1935.

KANITZ, Philipp Felix (1829 – 1904)

[journalArticle]WEISS, J. Felix Kanitz, ein Pionier der Balkanforschung. Mitt.Geogr.Ges.Wien, 1930, 73: 5–21.

KANSHIN (d. 763)

[journalArticle]AOMI-NO MABITO GENKAI. Le voyage de Kanshin en Orient (742–754). Traduit par J. Takakusu. Bull.École Franc.Extrême Orient, 1928, 28: 441–7; 1929, 29: 1–41, 47–62.
Takakusu's translation was made into English and then retranslated into French.

KANT, Immanuel (1724 – 1804)

db bibliographies; collections; reference works

[journalArticle]VLEESCHAUER, H.J. de. See dc
[book]WARDA, Arthur. Die Druckschriften Immanuel Kants (bis zum Jahre 1838). 62 p. Wiesbaden: Heinrich Staadt, 1919.
An elaborate bibliography of the editions of Kant's writings (separate and collected works) from 1746 (1749) to 1838. 240 items.

dc life and work in general

[book]ADICKES, Erich. Kant als Naturforscher. 2 vol. xx, 378 p.; vii, 494 p. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1924–25.
[review]Reviewed by H. Wieleitner, Isis, 1926, 8: 355–8.
[journalArticle]ADICKES, Erich. Kant als Naturwissenschaftler. Kant Stud., 1924, 29: 70–97.
[book]BREYSIG, Kurt. Der Aufbau der Persönlichkeit von Kant aufgezeigt an seinem Werke. Ein Versuch zur Seelenkunde des Gelehrten. xii, 142 p. (Forschungen zur Geschichts- und Gesellschaftslehre, 5) Stuttgart: Cotta, 1931.
[book]HARNACK, Adolf von. Immanuel Kant, 1724–1804: Gedächtnissrede zur Einweihung des Grabmals im Auftrag der Albertus­Universität und der Stadt Königsberg in Preussen am 21. April 1924 im Dom zu Königsberg gehalten. 14 p. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1924.
[book]IMMANUEL Kant, 1724–1934; lectures delivered at Northwestern University December 1924, on the bicentenary of Kant's birth. 211 p. Chicago: Open Court, 1925. [CB 18/561]
[book]IMMANUEL KANT. Jubiläums-Heft zur Feier der Wiederkehr des 200. Geburtstages von Immanuel Kant am 22. April 1924. xx, 349 p. (Kant Stud., 29: no. 1–2) Berlin: Rolf Heise, 1924.
[journalArticle]KRIES, Johannes v. See ds
[book]KÜLPE, Oswald. Immanuel Kant. Darstellung und Würdigung. 3rd ed. viii, 153 p. Leipzig: Teubner, 1912.
[journalArticle]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. I. Kant als Aktionär einer Zuckerraffinerie. Deut.Zuckerind., 1929, no. 21.
[journalArticle]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. Zu “Zwei Dinge erfüllen das Gemüt mit immer neuer und zunehmender Bewunderung und Ehrfurcht… der bestirnte Himmel über mir, und das moralische Gesetz in mir.” Kant Stud., 1929, 34: 258–61.
[book]RICKERT, Heinrich. Kant als Philosoph der modernen Kultur: ein geschichtsphilosophischer Versuch. x, 214 p. Tübingen: Mohr, 1924.
[journalArticle]VLEESCHAUWER, H.J. de. Études Kantiennes contemporaines. Kant Stud., 1963, 54: 63–119.
[book]VORLÄNDER, Karl. Immanuel Kant. Der Mann und das Werk. 2 vol. 530 p.; 404 p. Leipzig: Meiner, 1924.
[review]Reviewed by Jean Wahl, Litteris, 1925, 2: 30.
[book]WARD, James. A study of Kant. vii, 206 p. Cambridge University Press, 1923.
[book]WILM, Emil Carl, ed. Immanuel Kant, 1724–1924. [Addresses delivered in Boston.] 5, 88 p., portr. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1925.

dd forerunners

[book]DELAHAYE, Karl. Die memoria interior: Lehre des heiligen Augustinus und der Begriff der ‘transzendentalen Apperzeption’ Kants. Versuch eines historisch-systematischen Vergleichs. xv, 166 p. (Abhandlungen zur Philosophie und Psychologie der Religion, 38–39) Würzburg: C.J. Becker, 1936.
[journalArticle]ENGEL, Morris S. Kant's Copernican analogy: a re-examination. Kant Stud., 1963, 54: 243–51.
[journalArticle]HANSON, Norwood Russell. Copernicus' rôle in Kant's revolution. J.Hist.Ideas, 1959, 20: 274–81.

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[bookChapter]POLONOFF, Irving. Newtonianism in Kant's cosmogony. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (2), p. 747–50. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[bookChapter]VALDARNINI, A. Antonio Genovesi: antesignano della filosofia critica Kantiana. Atti IVᵒ Congr.Int.Fil. (Bologna, 1911), (2), p. 246–59. Genoa: Formiggini, 1913.
[journalArticle]WOLFSON, Harry Austryn. Infinite and privative judgments in Aristotle, Averroes, and Kant. Phil.Phenomenol.Res., 1947, 8: 173–87.

de personal biography; portraits

[book]CLASEN, Karl Heinz. Kant-Bildnisse. 32 p., 20 pl. Königsberg i. Pr: Gräfe und Unzer, 1924. [CB 16/227]

dj texts

[book]KANT, Immanuel. Anthropologie in pragmatischer Hinsicht. Hrsg. von K. Vorländer. 5th ed. (Philosophische Bibliothek, 44) Leipzig: F. Meiner, 1912.
[book]KANT, Immanuel. Critque of practical reason and other writings in moral philosophy. Transl. and ed. with an introd. by Lewis Beck White. xv, 370 p. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1949. [CB 77/333]
[book]KANT, Immanuel. Critique of pure reason. Transl. by Norman Kemp Smith. xiii, 681 p. London: Macmillan, 1929.
[review]Reviewed by A.S. Pringle-Pattison, Nature, 1930, 125: 557–8.
[book]KANT, Immanuel. Inaugural dissertation and early writings on space. Transl. by John Handyside. xii, 85 p. Chicago: Open Court, 1929.
[book]KANT, Immanuel. Religion within the limits of reason alone. Transl. with an introd. and notes by Theodore M. Greene and Hoyt H. Hudson. lxxxv, 200 p. Chicago: Open Court, 1934.
[review]Reviewed by D.W. Prall, Isis, 1935, 24: 143–5.
[book]KANT, Immanuel; LAPLACE, Pierre Simon. Die Kant-Laplacesche Theorie: 1. Immanuel Kant: Allgemeine Naturgeschichte und Theorie des Himmels oder Versuch von der Verfassung und dem mechanischen Ursprunge des ganzen Weltgebäudes, nach Newtonischen Grundsätzen abgehandelt (1755); 2. Pierre Simon Laplace: Betrachtungen über das Weltsystem und über die zukünftigen Fortschritte der Astronomie (6. Hauptstück des 5. Buches seines Werkes: Darlegung des Weltsystems) (1796). Hrsg., übers., und mit Einführung von Anton Lampa. 274 p. (Deutsche Hausbücherei, 152–153) Wien: Oesterreichischer Bundesverlag, 1925.

dp comments: bibliographical, textual and historiographical

[journalArticle]ADICKES, Erich. “Vom Uebergang von den metaphysischen Anfangsgründen der Naturwissenschaft zur Physik”. Answer to query no. 5 by Hélène Metzger. Isis, 1927, 9: 424.
[journalArticle]METZGER, Hélène. Query no. 5. [Apropos Kant's “Opus postumum”.] Isis, 1927, 9: 424.

dr A comments: science in general and philosophy

[journalArticle]ADDIS, Laird C., Jr. Kant's first analogy. Kant Stud., 1963, 54: 237–42. [CB 89/543]
[book]ADICKES, Erich. Kants “Opus postumum” dargestellt und beurteilt. xx, 855 p. (Kant Stud., 50. Ergänzungsheft) Berlin: 1920.
[journalArticle]ADICKES, Erich. See also dc
[book]BECK, Lewis White. A commentary on Kant's “Critique of practical reason”. xvi, 308 p. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by Marcus G. Singer, J.Phil., 1962, 59: 235–42.
[book]BIRD, Graham. Kant's theory of knowledge: an outline of one central argument in the “Critique of pure reason”. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul; New York: Humanities Press, 1962.
[review]Reviewed by Stephen Korner, J.Phil., 1962, 59: 802–5.
[book]BOUTROUX, Émile. La philosophie de Kant. Cours de M. Émile Boutroux, professé à la Sorbonne en 1896–97, publié par Étienne Gilson. 376 p. Paris: J. Vrin, 1925. [CB 19/771]
[book]DOSTAL-WINKLER, Josef. Lichtenberg und Kant. Problemgeschichtliche Studie. 68 p. (Bausteine zu einer Philosophie des ‘Als-Ob’, 10) München/Berlin: Gebr. Paetel, 1924.
[review]Reviewed by M. Kronenberg, Naturwissenschaften, 1926, no. 42, 950–1.
[book]ELSBACH, Alfred C. Kant und Einstein. Untersuchungen über das Verhältnis der modernen Erkenntnistheorie zur Relativitäts­theorie. viii, 374 p. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1924. [CB 18/610]
[review]Reviewed by Henry M. Sheffer, Isis, 1924, 6: 573–4.
[book]GARNETT, Christopher Browne, Jr. The Kantian philosophy of space. xi, 287 p. New York: Columbia University Press, 1939.
[review]Reviewed by George de Santillana, Isis, 1949, 32: 363–5.
[book]HEINEMANN, Fritz. Der Aufbau von Kants Kritik der reinen Vernunft und das Problem der Zeit. viii, 274 p. Giessen: Alfred Töpelmann, 1913. [CB 3/554]
[bookChapter]KREILING, Frederick. Kant and 18th-century science. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 295–8. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]KURTH, Rudolf. Kants Lehre von Raum und Zeit. Phil.Natur., 1957, 4: 266–96.
[journalArticle]LEHMANN, Gerhard. Kant und der Evolutionismus. Zur Thematik der Kantforschung Paul Menzers. Kant Stud., 1961–62, 53: 389–410.
[book]LUPORINI, Cesare. Spazio e materia in Kant - con una introduzione al problema del ‘criticismo’. 380 p. Firenze: G.C. Sansoni, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by Silvestro Marcucci, Physis, 1961, 3: 257–63.
[journalArticle]MALQUAD, Walter. Kants Begriff der empirischen Realität. Kant Stud., 1963, 54: 288–303.
[book]MARCUS, Ernst. Die Zeit- und Raumlehre Kants (transzendentale Ästhetik) in Anwendung auf Mathematik und Naturwissenschaft. viii, 240 p. München: E. Reinhardt, 1927.
[journalArticle]MATHUR, G.B. Hume, Kant, and pragmatism. J.Hist.Ideas, 1955, 16: 198–208.
[journalArticle]NABERT, J. L'expérience interne chez Kant. Rev.Métaphys.Morale, 1924, 31: 205–68. [CB 16/229]
[journalArticle]PORTEN, M. von der. Die Grundlagen der Kant’schen Philosophie. Ann.Natur.Kulturphil., 1913, 12: 28–49.
[journalArticle]REICHENBACH, Hans. Kant und die Naturwissenschaft. Naturwissenschaften, 1933, 21: 602–6, 624–6.
[journalArticle]RUYSSEN, Théodore. Les origines kantiennes de la Société des Nations. Rev.Métaphys.Morale, 1924, 31: 355–72. [CB 16/230]
[journalArticle]SCHIPPER, E.W. Kant's answer to Hume's problem. Kant Stud., 1961–62, 53: 68–74.
[journalArticle]SCHLEIER, -. Inwieweit werden die Kantischen Ansichten vom Raume durch die moderne mathematische Forschung bestätigt? Z.Positivistische Phil., 1914, 2: 136–45. [CB 6/446]
[book]SCHNEIDER, Ilse. Das Raum-Zeit-Problem bei Kant und Einstein. iii, 75 p. Berlin: Springer, 1921. [CB 70/255]

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[book]SOURIAU, Michel. Le jugement réfléchissant dans la philosophie de Kant. xii, 142 p. (Bibliothèque de Philosophie Contemporaine) Paris: Alcan, 1926. [cB 23/197]
[bookChapter]TESKE, Armin. Das Realverhältnis bei Boscovich und in Kants “Monadologia physica”. Actes du Symposium International R.J. Bošković (1961), p. 223–6. Beograd: 1962.
[journalArticle]TONELLI, Giorgio. La nécessité des lois de la nature au XVIIIᵉ siècle et chez Kant en 1762. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1959, 12: 225–41.
[journalArticle]TORII, Hakuro. [On the scientific thought of Kant. (In Japanese)] J.Hist.Sci.Japan, 1951, no. 21, 15–20.
[book]WEBB, Clement Charles Julien. Kant's philosophy of religion. 218 p. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1926.
[bookChapter]WERNER, Charles. Remarque sur la théorie Kantienne de l'espace. Atti IVᵒ Congr.Int.Fil. (Bologna, 1911), (2), p. 188–92. Genoa: Formiggini, 1913.

dr AZ comments: mathematics and the physical sciences

[journalArticle]ASMUS, V.F. [L'hypothèse cosmogonique de Kant et sa place dans l'histoire des sciences naturelles. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1956, no. 1, 34–43.
[journalArticle]BALSS, H.; POGO, A. Phoronomie. Answer 2 to query no. 115. Isis, 1947, 38: 96.
[journalArticle]BREIDENBACH, W. Kant und die negativen Zahlen. Z.Math.Naturwiss.Unterricht, 1924, 55: 112–14.
[journalArticle]EGIDI, Rosaria. Matematica, logica e filosofia nell’opera di Gottlob Frege: 2. La revisione della filosofia Kantiana dell'aritmetica. Physis, 1963, 5: 129–44.
[journalArticle]FREUDENTHAL, Hans. Der orientierte Raum des Mathematikers. Naturwissenschaften, 1963, 50: 199–205. [CB 89/501]
A discussion of the views of Newton, Leibniz, Kant and others.
[journalArticle]KAULBACH, Friedrich. Das Prinzip der Bewegung in der Philosophie Kants. Kant Stud., 1963, 54: 3–16.
[journalArticle]KAULBACH, Friedrich. Das Raumproblem bei Kant und in der modernen Physik. Phil.Natur., 1961, 6: 349–63.
[journalArticle]MARCUS, Ernst. See drA
[journalArticle]MIKHAILOV, A.A. Idei Kanta o prilinogo treniya. [Kant's ideas on frictional flow. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1956, no. 2, 110–13.
[journalArticle]MUNITZ, Milton K. Kantian dialectic and modern scientific cosmology. J.Phil., 1951, 48: 48: (10), 327–8.
[journalArticle]OSIPOVSKII, T.F. [On Kant's dynamical system, remarks pronounced in the academic assembly of Kharkov University 30 August 1813. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1952, 5: 18–27.
[journalArticle]PANETH, F.A. Thomas Wright and Immanuel Kant, pioneers in stellar astronomy. Nature, 1951, 167: 1014–16.
[journalArticle]PANETH, F.A. Thomas Wright of Durham and Immanuel Kant. Durham Univ.J., 1941, 33: 111–25. [CB 62/55]
[journalArticle]PELSENEER, J. Phoronomie. Query no. 115 and Answer to query no. 115. Isis, 1947, 38: 96.
[journalArticle]PETERS, Wilhelm Servatius. Zum Begriff der Konstruierbarkeit bei I. Kant. Arch.Hist.Exact Sci., 1964, 2: 153–67.
[journalArticle]SAEGUSA, Hiroto. [The deduction theory of Kant and its illustrations (compass and chart). (In Japanese)] J.Hist.Sci.Japan, 1951, 21: 21–8; May 1952, no. 22.
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. Phoronomie. Answer to query no. 115 by J. Pelseneer. Isis, 1947, 38: 96.
[journalArticle]SCHLEIER, -. See drA
[book]SCHMIDT, Heinrich. Die Kant-Laplacesche Theorie. Ideen zur Weltentstehung von Immanuel Kant und Pierre Laplace. xx, 228 p., 2 portr. (Kröners Taschenausgabe, 46) Leipzig: A. Kröner, 1925.
[journalArticle]VASSILJEV, S.F. [The theory of matter and the foundations of classical mechanics in Kant's philosophy. (In Russian, with English summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1935, no. 7, 1–65. [CB 47/260]

dr J comments: biological sciences

[journalArticle]BELLONI, Luigi. Echi del discorso academico di P. Moscati sull’uomo quadrupede - la recensione di Kant. Physis, 1961, 3: 167–73.
[journalArticle]KLAAUW, C.J. van der. Die Bedeutung der Teleologie Kants für die Logik der Ökologie. Sudhoffs Arch., 1935, 27: 516–88.
[journalArticle]LIEBER, Hans. Kants Philosophie des Organischen und die Biologie seiner Zeit. Phil.Natur., 1950, 1: 553–70.
[journalArticle]LOVEJOY, Arthur O. Kant and evolution. Pop.Sci.Mon., Dec. 1910 and Jan. 1911, 32 p.
[journalArticle]SCHACHT, Roland. Kants Aestätik und die neuere Biologie. Arch.Gesch.Phil., 1913, 26: 359–69.
[book]UNGERER, Émil. Die Teleologie Kants und ihre Bedeutung für die Logik der Biologie. v, 135 p. (Abhandl.Theor.Biol., no. 14) Berlin: Gebr. Bornträger, 1922.
[review]Reviewed by Max Hartmann, Naturwissenschaften, 1923, 50: 975–7.

ds followers

[book]ENRIQUES, Federigo, La théorie de la connaissance scientifique de Kant à nos jours. 46 p. (Actualités scientifiques et industrielles) Paris: Hermann, 1938.
[book]KRIES, Johannes v. Immanuel Kant und seine Bedeutung für die Naturforschung der Gegenwart. iv, 127 p. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1924.
[journalArticle]LICHTIGFELD, A. Jasper's Philosophical basis (Kant or Hegel). Kant.Stud., 1961–62, 53: 29–38.
[journalArticle]LORENZ, Borislav. Ampère und Kant. Kant Stud., 1927, 32: 310–13.
[book]MILMED, Bella K. Kant and current philosophical issues: some modern developments of his theory of knowledge. 262 p., bibliogr. New York: New York University Press, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by Stephen Korner, J.Phil., 1962, 59: 802–5.
[book]WOLFSON, Harry Austryn. Solomon Pappenheim (1740–1814) on time and space and his relation to Locke and Kant. Vienna: 1927.
Reprinted from Jewish Studies in Memory of Israel Abrahams, p. 426–40 (New York: Press of the Jewish Institute of Religion, 1927).

KANZELBERGER, Johannes (15th cent.)

[book]BIECHER, Rudolf. Ein Aderlasstraktat von Johannes Kanzelberger aus Schwanfelden. 10 p. (Diss.Inst.Gesch.Med.) Leipzig: 1925. [CB 18/543]
[journalArticle]WICKERSHEIMER, Ernest. Le “Régime de santé” de Jean Chanczelperger, bachelier en médecine de l'Université de Bologne. Janus, 1921, 25: 245–50. [CB 13/221]

KAO HSIANG-HSIEN (probably 14th cent.)

[journalArticle]DAVIS, Tenney L.; CHAO YÜN-TS’UNG. An alchemical poem by Kao Hsiang-Hsien. Isis, 1939, 30: 236–40. [CB 58/520]

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KAPP, Ernst (1808 – 96)

[journalArticle]GEISER, Samuel W. Dr. Ernst Kapp, early geographer in Texas. Field Lab., 1946, 14: 16–31, ill.

KAPPELLER, Joseph Anton (1708 – 49)

[journalArticle]SCHÖPPLER, Hermann. Dr. med. Joseph Anton Kappeller, ein churfürstlich bayerischer Feld- und Stabsmedikus, 1708–1749. Sudhoffs Arch., 1930, 23: 208–12, 1 fig.

KAPTEYN, Jacobus Cornelis (1851 – 1922)

[journalArticle]CROMMELIN, A.C.D. Prof. J.C. Kapteyn. Obituary. Nature, 1922, 110: 48.
[journalArticle]HINS, C.H. Jacobus Cornelius Kapteyn. Rev.Gén.Sci., 1922, 33: 449–50.
[journalArticle]JACOBUS CORNELIUS KAPTEYN. Compt.Rend.Acad.Sci., 1922, 175: 1263.
[journalArticle]JACOBUS CORNELIUS KAPTEYN. By J.J. Mon.Notic.Roy.Astron.Soc., 1923, 83: 250–55.
[journalArticle]JACOBUS CORNELIUS KAPTEYN, 1851–1922. By A.S.E. Proc.Roy.Soc.Ser.A, 1923, 102: 102: xxix–xxxv.
[journalArticle]LYNDS, Beverly T. The plan of selected areas. Leafl.Astron.Soc.Pacif., Oct. 1963. 9: no. 412, 8 p., 2 fig. [CB 89/581]
The plan was inaugurated by J.C. Kapteyn in 1906.
[journalArticle]PANNEKOEK, A. J.C. Kapteyn und sein astronomisches Werk. Naturwissenschaften, 1922, 10: no. 45, 14 p.
[journalArticle]SEARES, F.H. Jacobus Cornelius Kapteyn. Publ.Astron.Soc.Pacific, 1922, 34: 233–53, portr.

KARABACEK, Josef, Ritter von (b. 1846)

[book]FESTSCHRIFT Josef Ritter von Karabacek zum siebzigsten Geburtstage gewidmet von seinen Schülern. 205 p., map. (Wiener Z. Kunde Morgenlandes, vol. 29) Wien: Hölder, 1916.

al-KARABĪSĪ, Aḥmad ibn ‘Umar (probably 10th cent.)

[journalArticle]GANDZ, Solomon. Bemerkungen zun “Buch über die Ausmessung der Ringe Ahmad ibn ‘Omar al-Karābisi”. Quellen Stud.Gesch.Math., Abt.B, 1932, 2: 98–105. [CB 37/584]
[journalArticle]al-KARĀBĪSI, Aḥmad ibn ‘Umar. Das Buch über die Ausmessung der Kreisringe des Aḥmad ibn ‘Omar al-Karābisi. Hrsg., übersetzt und erläutert von E. Bessel-Hagen und O. Spies. Quellen Stud.Gesch.Math., Abt.B, 1931, 1: 502–40, 17 fig.

al-KARAJĪ, Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥusain (d. after 1019)

[journalArticle]LEVI DELLA VIDA, Giorgio. Appunti e quesiti di storia letteraria araba. 4. Due nuove opere del matematico al-Karagī (al-Karhī). Riv.Stud.Orient., 1933, 14: 249–64. [CB 53/210]

KARAPETOFF, Vladimir (b. 1876)

[journalArticle]KARAPETOFF, Vladimir. The mathematical thread in my life. Scr.Math., 1940, 7: 63–7.

KARGIN, Dmitri Ivanovich (1880 – 1949)

[journalArticle]VINOGRADOV, Iu.A.; RASKIN, N.M. Dmitrii Ivanovich Kargin - inzhener i istorik tekhniki (1880–1949). [Dmitri Ivanovich Kargin - engineer and historian of technology (1880–1949). (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 45: 214–21. [CB 88/650]

KARJAVIN, Theodore (b. 1745)

[journalArticle]DVOICHENKO-MARKOV, Eufrosina. A Russian traveler to eighteenth-century America. Proc.Amer.Phil.Soc., 1953, 97: 350–5.
The traveler was Theodore Karjavin.


see al-KARAJĪ

KARL AUGUST, Herzog von Sachsen-Weimar


KARL FRIEDRICH, Grossherzog von Sachsen-Weimar


KARL, II, Markgraf von Baden-Durlach

see CHARLES II, Margrave of Baden

KARLE, Veit (1752 – 1822)

[journalArticle]NAUCK, E.Th. Veit Karle (1752–1822). Versuch einer Biographie. Sudhoffs Arch., 1959, 42: 350–62.



KÁRMÁN, Theodor von (1881 – 1963)

[journalArticle]DRYDEN, H.L. The contributions of Theodore von Kármán: a review. Astronautics Aerospace Eng., July 1963, 12–17.
[journalArticle]DRYDEN, H.L. Contributions of Theodore von Kármán to applied mechanics. Appl.Mech.Rev., 1963, 16: 589–95.
[journalArticle]PRITCHARD, J.L.; JONES, E.T.; MILLIKAN, C.B. Theodore von Kármán. J.Roy.Aeron.Soc., 1963, 67: 611–17.





KARPINSKI, Alexander Petrovich (1846 – 1936)

[book]FEIDER, V.A. Aleksandr Petrovich Karpinski, 1846–1936. Bibliograficheski sbornik. [A bibliography. (In Russian)] xxiii, 313 p., 15 ill. Moscow: USSR Academy of Sciences, 1938. [CB 59/411 and CB 60/117]
This elaborate bibliography is preceded by a biographical sketch.

KARPINSKI, Louis C. (d. 1956)

[journalArticle]JONES, P.S. Louis C. Karpinski, historian of mathematics. Science, 1956, 124: 19.
A former president of the History of Science Society.

KARSTEN, Dietrich Ludwig Gustav (1767 – 1810)

[book]BUCH, Leopold von. Leopold von Buch's Briefe an D.L.G. Karsten. Zu seinem 150. Geburstage hrsg. von Julius Schuster und Robert Bloch. 32 p. Berlin: W. Junk, 1924.

al-KĀSHGHARĪ, Maḥmūd (11th cent.)

[book]al-KĀSHGHARĪ, Maḥmūd. Mitteltürkischer Wortschatz nach Mahmūd al-Kāshghāri, “Dīvān Lughāt at-Turk”. Bearbeitet von C. Brockelmann, mit Unterstützung der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. vi, 252 p. (Bibliotheca Orientalis Hungarica, 1) Budapest: Korösi Csoma-Gesellschaft, 1928. [CB 39/354]
[review]Reviewed by Joseph Schacht, Islam, 1929, 18: 282–5;. by G. Bergstraesser, Islamica, 1931, 4: 328–33.

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al-KĀSHĪ, Jamshīd ibn Maḥmūd Ghiyāth al-Dīn (15th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]AABOE, Asger. Al-Kāshī's iteration method for the determination of sin 1ᵒ. Scr.Math., 1954, 20: 24–9.
[book]DAKHEL, Abdul-kader. Al-Kāshī on root extraction. Ed. by Wasfi A. Hijab and E.S. Kennedy. vii, 46 p., ill. Beirut: American University of Beirut, 1960.
Includes Arabic texts and translations.
[review]Reviewed by Asger Aaboe, Speculum, 1962, 37: 268;
[review]by A.P. Youschkevitch, Isis, 1963, 54: 420–1.
[journalArticle]IUSHKEVICH, A.P.; ROZENFEL'D, B.A. [Notes to the mathematical treatises of Al-Kashi. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1954, 7: 380–449.
[journalArticle]al-KĀSHĪ, Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn. [Key to arithmetic. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1954, 7: 13–326.
[bookChapter]al-KĀSHI, Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn. Klyuch arifmetiki, traktat ob okruzhnosti. Perevod s Arabskogo B.A. Rozenfel’da. Redaktsiya V.S. Segalya i A.P. Yushkevicha. Kommentarii A.P. Yushkevicha i B.A. Rozenfel’da. S prilozheniem reproduktsii arabskikh rukopisei oboikh traktatov. [The key to arithmetic and The treatise on the circumference. Translated from the Arabic by B.A. Rosenfeld, edited by V.S. Segal and A.P. Yushkevich, with commentary by A.P. Yushkevich and B.A. Rosenfeld. 566 p. (Translations p. 7–319, commentary p. 320–80, texts p. 383–566)] Moscow: Gosudarstvennoe Izdatelstvo Tekhniko-teoreticheskoi Literatury, 1956.
[review]Reviewed by Q. Vetter, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1957, 10: 254;
[review]by E.S. Kennedy, Isis, 1959, 50: 72–5.
[book]al-KĀSHĪ, Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn. Das Lehrbuch über den kreisumfang (Ar-risāla al-Muḥīṭīya). Uebersetzt und erläutert von P. Luckey. Hrsg. von A. Siggel, Mainz. viii, 95 p. (Abhandl.Deut.Akad.Wiss.Math.Naturwiss.Kl. 6) Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1949.
[book]al-KĀSHĪ, Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn. The planetary equatorium of Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn al-Kāshī (d. 1429). An edition of the anonymous Persian manuscript 75 (44b) in the Garrett Collection at Princeton University, being a description of two computing instruments, the Plate of Heavens and the Plate of Conjunctions. Transl. by E.S. Kennedy. xv, 267 p., fig., pl., bibliogr. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by Derek J. de Solla Price, Isis, 1963, 54: 153–4; for other reviews see CB 86/483, CB 87/590 and CB 88/583.
[journalArticle]al-KĀSHĪ, Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn. [Treatise on circumferences. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1954, 7: 327–79.
[journalArticle]KENNEDY, E.S. A fifteenth century lunar eclipse computer. Scr.Math., 1951, 17: 91–7, 4 fig. [CB 78/135]
The computer described was invented by al-Kāshī.
[journalArticle]KENNEDY, E.S. A fifteenth-century planetary computer; al­Kāshī's “Ṭabaq al-Manāṭeq.” 1. Motion of the sun and moon in longitude. 2. Longitudes, distances, and equations of the planets. Isis, 1950, 41: 180–3, ill.; 1952, 43: 42–50, ill.
[journalArticle]KENNEDY, E.S. An Islamic computer for planetary latitudes. J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1951, 71: 13–21, 4 fig. [CB 78/135]
The computer described is an invention of al-Kāshī.
[journalArticle]KENNEDY, E.S. Al-Kāshī's “Plate of conjunctions.” Isis, 1947, 38: 56–9, 1 fig.
[journalArticle]KENNEDY, E.S. Al-Kāshī's treatise on astronomical observational instruments. J.Near East.Stud., 1961, 20: 20: (2), 98–108.
[book]LUCKEY, Paul. Die Rechenkunst bei amšīd b. Mas’ūd al-Kāśī. Mit Rückblicken auf die ältere Geschichte des Rechnens. x, 143 p. (Abhandl.Kunde Morgenland., 1951, 31: no. 1) Wiesbaden: Kommissionsverlag Franz Steiner, 1951. [CB 82/231]
[journalArticle]STRUIK, D.J. De tiendelige breuken bij al-Kashi. [Decimal fractions in the work of al-Kāshī. (In Dutch)] Simon Stevin, 1959, 33: 65–71.

KATALINIČ, Marin (b. 1887)

[journalArticle]MOSER, J. Marin Katalinič. Bilten Drushtvo Mat.Fiz.Nar.Repub.Makedonija, 1959, 10: 77–8.

ha-KATAN, Jacob (13th cent.

[journalArticle]MUNTNER, Suessmann. [R. Jakob Haqqatan, the anonymous translator In the thirteenth century. (In Hebrew)] Tarbiz, 1947, 18: 194–9.


see al-KĀTĪ

al-KĀTĪ, Abū al-Ḥakīm Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd al-Malik al-Ṣalīhī (11th cent., 1st half)

[journalArticle]al-KĀTĪ, Abū al-Ḥakīm Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd al-Malik al-Ṣālihī. A Persian translation of the eleventh century Arabic alchemical treatise “‘Ain aṣ-ṣan’ah wa ‘aun aṣ-ṣana’ah” by Maqbūl Aḥmad (to which is annexed a note on the chemistry of the processes given in the treatise, by B.B. Datta). [In English, Persian and Arabic] Mem.Asiatic Soc.Bengal, 1929, 8: no.7, 419–60.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1930, 14: 229–32.
[journalArticle]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. Ein neues arabisches Manuskript über Alchemie aus der Zeit um 1000. Proteus (Bonn), 1931, 1: 31–5.
Apropos of a treatise dating from c.1030 by Abū al-Ḥakīm Mụhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Malik al-Ṣālihī al-Kātī.


see HAJJĪ KAHLĪFA, Muṣṭfa ibn ‘Abd Allāh Kātib Chelebī


[book]ÜNVER, A. Süheyl. [Kātipzāde Mehmet Refī’ Efendi. The calligrapher and the minister of health. His life and works. (In Turkish with summary in English)] 94 p. (Tib Tarihi Enstitüsu, 4) Istanbul: Universitesi, 1950. [CB 76/352]

KATZ, Naphtali (1640 – 1719)

[journalArticle]HEILPRIN, Joel Ben Isaac; KATZ, Naphtali. Medical excerpts from “Sefer Mif’alot Elokim” (The book of God's deeds). Transl. by Hymen Saye. Bull.Inst.Hist.Med., 1936, 4: 299–331. [CB 47/279]

KATZ, Tobias

see COHN, Tobias

KATZENELSON, Judah Loeb (1847 – 1917)

[bookChapter]SAVITZ, Harry A. Dr. Judah Loeb Katzenelson - physician to the soul of his people (1847–1917). Festschrift zum 80. Geburtstag Max Neuburgers, p. 414–19. Wien: Maudrich, 1948.

KAUFMANN, Nicolaus

see MERCATOR, Nicolaus

KAUFMANN, Walther (1871 – 1947)

[journalArticle]BYKOV, G.V. K istorii otkrytiia elektrona. [On the history of the discovery of the electron. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1963, no. 15, 25–9.
An examination of the contributions of J.J. Thomson, E. Wiechert, and W. Kaufmann.



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KAUTILYA (Canakya) (4th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]BANERJEE, Narayanchandra. Kautilya, or an exposition of his social ideal and political theory. 2 vol. 1. The art of good government. xiv, 318, x p., bibliogr. Calcutta: Cambray, 1927.
Reviewed in J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1928, 935.
[journalArticle]CHOUDHURY, Mamata. Science and society in the “Arthaśāstra” of Kautilya. Bull.Nat.Inst.Sci.India, 1962, 21: 36–44.
[journalArticle]FORMICHI, Carlo. Pensiero e azione nell’ India antica. Riv.Ital.Sociol., 1914, 18: 18: (2), 169–87.
Apropos of the political treatise by Kautilya.
[journalArticle]JOHNSTON, E.H. Two studies in the “Arthasastra” of Kautilya. J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1929, 77–106.
1. Some Buddhist references; 2. Notes on land tenure and agriculture.
[journalArticle]JOLLY, Julius. Das erste Buch des Kautiliya “Arthaschastra.” Z.Deut.Morgenländ.Ges., 1920, 74: 321–55.
[book]KAUTILYA. Das altindische Buch vom Welt- und Staatsleben, das Arthaçāstra des Kautilya. Aus dem Sanskrit übersetzt, erläutert und mit einer Einleitung von Johann Jakob Meyer. 176 p. Hannover: Orient Buchhandlung Heinz Lafire, 1925.
[book]KAUTILYA. Arthaṣāstra of Kautilya. A new edition by J. Jolly and R. Schmidt. 2 vol. 47, vi, 272 p.; 300 p. (Punjab Sanskrit Series) Lahore: Punjab Sanskrit Book Depot, 1923, 1924.
[review]Reviewed by Jarl Charpentier, J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1925, 366–9, 809–10.
[book]KONOW, Sten. Kautalya studies. 71 p. (Avhandl.Norske Vidensk.Akad.Oslo Hist.Fil.Kl., 1945, 1) Oslo: 1945.
[review]Reviewed by Louis Renou, J.Asiatique, 1948, 236: 148–9.
[book]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. Technologisches und Kulturgeschichtliches aus dem “Arthaśāstra” des Kautilya. Chem.Zeitung, 1925, no. 134–5, 12 p.
[book]MEYER, Johann Jakob. Ueber das Wesen der altindischen Rechtschriften und ihr Verhältnis zu einander und zu Kautilya. ix, 440 p. Leipzig: O. Harrassowitz, 1927.
[review]Reviewed by L.D. Barnett, J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1928, 429–33.
[journalArticle]MÜLLER, Reinhold F.G. Über Medizin im “Arthacástra” des Kautilya. Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1927, 26: 97–103.
[journalArticle]REDDY, D.V.S. A note on the identity of ‘Sanaq the Indian’, mentioned by Medieval Arabian writers. J.Hist.Med., 1949, 4: 113–15. [CB 58/80]
Suggesting that Sanaq is none other than Kautilya.
[journalArticle]RUSKA, Julius. Arabische Giftbücher. Fortschr.Med., 1932, 50: 12 p.
The first book is the one ascribed to the Hindu Shānāq, first studied by August Müller (Z.Deut.Morgenländ.Ges., 1880) and largely of Hindu origin.
[book]STEIN, O. Megasthenes und Kautilya. iv, 336 p. Wien: Hölder, 1922.
[review]Reviewed by F.J. Monahan, J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1923, 623.
[journalArticle]STERNBACH, Ludwik. Legal position of prostitutes according to Kautilya's “Arthasāstra.” J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1951, 71: 25–60.
[book]STRAUSS, Bettina. Das Giftbuch des Sānāq. Eine literaturgeschichtliche Untersuchung. 64 p., 66 p. (in Arabic). (Quell.Stud.Gesch.Naturwiss.Med., 4) Berlin: Springer, 1934.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1935, 23: 447–8.

KAVANAUGH, Benjamin Taylor (1805 – 88)

[journalArticle]GEISER, Samuel W. Benjamin Taylor Kavanaugh, and the discovery of East Texas oil. Field Lab., 1944, 12: 46–55.

KAY, Richard (1715 – 1751)

[journalArticle]BROCKBANK, William; KAY, Marjory Lillian. Extracts from the diary of Richard Kay of Baldingstone, Bury, Surgeon (1737–50). Med.Hist., 1959, 3: 58–68.

KAYE, George Rusby (1866 – 1929)

[journalArticle]GEORGE RUSBY KAYE. J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 1930, 221–3.
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. George Rusby Kaye (1866–1929). [Obituary] Archeion, 1929, 11: 230–1. [CB 28/524]

KAYE, George William Clarkson (1880 – 1941)

[journalArticle]GRIFFITHS, E. George William Clarkson Kaye (1880–1941). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1941, 3: 881–95, portr.

KAYSER, Heinrich (1853 – 1940)

[journalArticle]CREW, Henry. Heinrich Kayser, 1853–1940. Astrophys.J., 1941, 94: 5–11, front.

al-KĀZARŪNĪ, Abū Isḥāq (963 – 1033)

[journalArticle]ARBERRY, A.J. The biography of Shaikh Abū Ishāq al-Kāzarünī, 963–1033. Oriens, 1950, 3: 163–82.

KEATING, William Hypolitus (1799 – 1840)

[journalArticle]MILES, Wyndham D. A versatile explorer. A sketch of William H. Keating. Minn.Hist., 1959, 36: 294–9.

KEATS, John (1795 – 1821)

[journalArticle]ARMSTRONG-JONES, Robert. The poet Keats' trip to Scotland. Ann.Med.Hist., 1937, 9: 101–10.
[journalArticle]ARMSTRONG-JONES, Robert. Some remarks on Keats and his friends. Ann.Med.Hist., 1938, 10: 433–44, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]EVANS, B. Ifor. Keats as a medical student. Times Lit.Suppl., 31 May 1934, 391.
[journalArticle]JARCHO, Saul. Auenbrugger, Laennec, and John Keats. Some notes on the early history of percussion and auscultatioin. Med.Hist., 1961, 5: 167–72.
[journalArticle]KING, R.W. Keats as a medical student. Times Lit.Suppl., 1934, 443.
[journalArticle]PITFIELD, Robert L. John Keats. The reactions of a genius to tuberculosis and other adversities. Ann.Med.Hist., 1930, 2: 530–46.
[book]WELLS, Walter A. A doctor's life of John Keats. 247 p., ill. Ne York: Vantage Press, 1959.
[review]Reviewed by Henry R. Viets, J.Hist.Med., 1960, 15: 224–5;
[review]by William J. Cathey, Bull.Hist.Med., 1960, 34: 387–8.

KECKERMANN, Bartholomaeus (c.1571 – 1609)

[book]MENKE-GLÜCKERT, Emil. Die Geschichtschreibung der Reformation und Gegenreformation. Bodin und die Begründung der Geschichtsmethodologie durch Bartholomaeus Keckermann. vii, 152 p. Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1912.

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KEDZIE, William Knowlton (1851 – 80)

[journalArticle]WARING, Mary Grace. Men of the Priestley centennial: William K. Kedzie from Kansas. J.Chem.Educ., 1951, 28: 216–28.

KEERE, Pieter van den

see KAERIUS, Petrus

KEIMER, Ludwig (20th cent., 1st half)

[journalArticle]MEYERHOF, Max. Ludwig Keimer's Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte Altägyptens. Archeion, 1931, 13: 201–8. [CB 33/378]

KEIR, James (1735 – 1820)

[journalArticle]MOILLIET, J.L. Keir's “Dialogues on chemistry” - an unpublished masterpiece. Chem.Ind., 1964, no. 51, 2081–3.
The manuscript was dictated in 1801 by Keir to his only child, Amelia.

KEITH, Arthur (1866 – 1955)

[book]KEITH, Arthur. An autobiography. v, 721 p. London: Watts; New York: Philosophical Library, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by M.F. Ashley Montagu, Isis, 1951, 42: 61.
[journalArticle]VASSAL, P.A. Sir Arthur Keith (1866–1955). With photograph and partial reproduction of a letter addressed by Sir Arthur to the author. [In French] Rev.Pathol.Gén.Physiol.Clin., jan. 1956, 238–43, portr.
[review]Reviewed by P. Huard and M. Wong, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1957, 12: 79.

KEKULÉ VON STRADONITZ, Friedrich August (1829 – 96)

[book]ANSCHÜTZ, Richard. August Kekulé. 2 vol. 1. Leben und Wirken. xxiv, 708 p., 119 ill., 20 pl., facs.; 2. Abhandlungen, Berichte, Kritiken, Artikel, Reden. xvi, 960 p., 5 ill., 3 pl. Berlin: Verlag Chemie, 1929.
[review]Reviewed by Rudolf Winderlich, Arch.Gesch.Math.Naturwiss.Tech., 1930, 12: 339–40;
[review]by Henry E. Armstrong, Nature, 1930, 125: 807–10;
[review]by Max Speter, Isis, 1938, 29: 442–3.
[journalArticle]BENFEY, O. Theodor. August Kekulé and the birth of the structural theory of organic chemistry in 1858. J.Chem.Educ., 1958, 35: 21–3. [CB 84/374]
[journalArticle]BENRATH, Alfred. Der chemische Unterricht in Bonn vor Kekulé. Arch.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech., 1916, 7: 56–66.
[journalArticle]BERNTHSEN, August. Friedrich August Kekulé. Z.Angew.Chem., 1930, 43: 719–22.
[journalArticle]BROWN, Herbert C. Foundations of the structural theory. J.Chem.Educ., 1959, 36: 104–10, 2 fig.
Originally presented at the Kekulé-Couper Centennial Celebration in Chicago, September 1958.
[journalArticle]FIERZ-DAVID, H.E. August von Kekulé's chemische Visionen. Gesnerus, 1944, 1: 146–52.
[journalArticle]GILLIS, J. De August Kekulé-Exhibition. [In Dutch] Brug, 1959, 3: 34–7.
[book]GILLIS, J. Kekulé te Gent (1858–1867): de geschiedenis van de benoeming van August Kekulé te Gent en de oprichtung van het eerste onderrichtslaboratorium voor scheikunde in Belgie. [Kekulé at Ghent: the history of the appointment of August Kekulé at Ghent and the foundation of the first chemical teaching laboratory in Belgium. (In Dutch, with French summary)] 101 p., portr., 60 fig. (Verhandel.Vlaam.Acad.Wetensch.Lett.Schoone Kunsten Belg.Kl.Wetensch., 62) Brussels: Paleis der Academiën, 1959.
[review]Reviewed by E.N. Hiebert, Isis, 1962, 53: 537–8; for other reviews see CB 86/502, CB 88/621 and CB 89/563.
[journalArticle]GILLIS, J. Kekulé's life at Ghent (1858–1867). [Translated by Ralph E. Oesper] J.Chem.Educ., 1961, 38: 118–22.
[journalArticle]HIEBERT, Erwin N. The experimental basis of Kekulé's valence theory. J.Chem.Educ., 1959, 36: 320–7.
[journalArticle]HOLLEMAN, A.F. Fünfzigjähriges Benzolstudium. Janus, 1915, 20: 459–88.
On Kekulé and his followers.
[book]KAZANSKY, B.A.; BYKOV, G.V.; ed. Centenary of the theory of chemical structure. Collection of papers by A.M. Butlerov, A.B. Couper, A. Kekulé, and V.V. Markovnikov. 143 p., ill. Moscow: U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by Henry M. Leicester, Isis, 1963, 54: 433–4;
[review]by C.A. Russel, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1962, 15: 195–8.
[journalArticle]LIEBIG, Justus von. Experimentalchemie. Vorgetragen von Prof. Dr. v. Liebig, 1848. Faksimile des Kollegheftes Kekulés. Darmstadt: Vereinigung von Freunden der Technischen Hochschule, Ernst Ludwig Hochschulgesellschaft, [1928]
The original notebook is kept in the Kekulé Room at Darmstadt.
[journalArticle]MAHDIHASSAN, S. Kekulé's dream of the Ouroboros and the significance of this symbol. Scientia, 1961, 96: 187–95; French transl., ibid., Suppl. 94–100.
[journalArticle]MAHDIHASSAN, S. The probable origin of Kekulé's symbol of the benzene ring. Scientia, 1960, 95: 48–53.
[bookChapter]PAULING, Linus. Kekulé and the chemical bond. Theoretical organic chemistry; papers presented to the Kekulé Symposium (London, 1958), p. 1–8, bibliogr. London: Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1959.
[book]THEORETICAL organic chemistry; papers presented to the Kekulé Symposium (London, 1958) xvii, 298 p., ill., diagr., tables, bibliogr. London: Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1959.
Symposium organised by the Chemical Society.
[journalArticle]VERKADE, P.E. August Kekulé. Theoretical organic chemistry; papers presented to the Kekulé Symposium (London, 1958), p. ix–xvii, bibliogr. London: Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1959.
Reprinted from Proc.Chem.Soc., August 1958.
[journalArticle]WALKER, Oswald J. August Kekulé and the benzene problem. Ann.Sci., 1939, 4: 34–46, fig., 1 pl.

KELLER, Conrad (1848 – 1930)

[book]KELLER, Conrad. Lebenserinnerungen eines schweizerischen Naturforschers. viii, 162 p., ill. Zurich: Füssli, 1928.
[review]Reviewed by Aldo Mieli, Archeion, 1933, 15: 145–9.
[journalArticle]KÜPFER, Max. Conrad Keller, 1848–1930. Verhandl.Schweiz.Naturforsch.Ges., 1930, 111: 465–79, portr.

KELLER, Ferdinand (1800 – 81)

[book]LARGIADER, Anton. Aus dem Briefwechsel Ferdinand Kellers. xxxi, 162 p. (Festgabe Hans Lehmann) Zürich: Antiquarische Gesellschaft, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1934, 22: 308–11.
[bookChapter]MEYER VON KNONAU, Gerold. Lebensabriss … Ferdinand Keller. Denkschrift zur fünfzigjährigen Stiftungsfeier der Antiquarischen Gesellschaft in Zürich, p. 1–39, 2 portr. Zürich: Bürkli, 1882.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1934, 22: 308–11.

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KELLER, Jerzy (16th cent.)

[book]LACHS, Jan. Lekarze-przyjaiele Jana Kochanowskiego. [Medical friends of Jan Kochanowski. (In Polish)] 33 p. Kraków: 1930.
Apropos of Jakob Montanus, S. Fogelweder, and Jerzy Keller.

KELLOGG, Vernon Lyman (1867 – 1937)

[book]VERNON KELLOGG. xii, 160 p., front., portr., 7 pl. Washington, D.C: Anderson House, 1939. [CB 59/442]

KELLY, Howard Atwood (1858 – 1943)

[journalArticle]CORNER, George W. Howard Atwood Kelly (1858–1943), as a medical historian. Obituary. Bull.Hist.Med., 1943, 14: 191–200, 1 portr.
[book]DAVIS, Aubrey W. Dr. Kelly of Hopkins; surgeon, scientist, Christian. xii, 242 p., ill. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1959.
[review]Reviewed by Houston S. Everett, Bull.Hist.Med., 1960, 34: 482–4.
[journalArticle]GOODWIN, Willard E. William Osler and Howard A. Kelly, ‘physicians, medical historians, friends’ as revealed by nineteen letters from Osler to Kelly. Bull.Hist.Med., 1946, 20: 611–52.

KELLY, William (1811 – 88)

[book]BOUCHER, John Newton. William Kelly; a true history of the so-called Bessemer process. 258 p. Greensburg, Pa: J.N. Boucher, 1924.

KELSEY, Henry (c.1670 – c.1724)

[book]KELSKY, Henry. The Kelsey papers, with an introd. by Arthur G. Doughty and Chester Martin. Published by the Public Archives of Canada and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. lxxxiv, 128 p., facs., map. Ottawa: 1929. [CB 33/352]
Reviewed in Geogr.J., 1931, 77: 481.

KELTIE, John Scott (1840 – 1927)

[journalArticle]MILL, Hugh Robert. Sir John Scott Keltie. Nature, 1927, 119: 130–1.
[journalArticle]UNSTEAD, J.F. H.J. Mackinder and the new geography. Geogr.J., 1949, 113: 47–57, portr. [CB 76/363]
The appointment in 1887 of Mackinder to the first British readership in geography at Oxford was the result of a report by John Scott Keltie for the Royal Geographical Society.

KELVIN, William Thomson, 1st Baron (1824 – 1907)

dc life and work in general

[book]CASSON, Herbert Norton. Kelvin. His amazing life and worldwide influence. 259 p., front. London: Efficiency Magazine, 1930.
[book]CROWTHER, J.G. British scientists of the nineteenth entury. xii, 332 p., 12 pl., bibliogr. London: Kegan Paul, 1935. Re-issued 1962.
Popular biographies of Davy, Faraday, Joule, Wm. Thomson, and Maxwell.
[book]FERGUSON, John. Lord Kelvin: a recollection and an impression. Glasgow Univ.Mag., 1908, 20: no. 9, 6 p.
[book]KELVIN centenary oration and addresses commemorative. vi, 100 p. London: Percy Lund, Humphries, 1924.
[book]KING, Agnes Gardner. Kelvin the man. A biographical sketch by his niece. xv, 142 p., 12 pl. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1925.
[book]MacDONALD, David Keith Chalmers. Faraday, Maxwell, and Kelvin. xvi, 143 p., ill., portr., facs. (Science Study Series, S33) Garden City, N.Y: Anchor Books, 1964.
[book]MURRAY, David. Lord Kelvin as professor in the Old College of Glasgow. iv, 22 p., 3 pl. Glasgow: MacLehose, Jackson, 1924.
[book]PICARD, Émile. Notice historique sur la vie et l'oeuvre de Lord Kelvin, lue dans la séance publique annuelle de L'Académie des Sciences du 22 décembre 1919. 40 p. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1920.
[journalArticle]RAYLEIGH, Lord. Some reminiscences of scientific workers of the past generation, and their surroundings. Proc.Phys.Soc., 1936, 48: 217–46.
Presidential address delivered 24 January 1936. These reminiscences concern Lord Kelvin, the Royal Institution, Sir William Crookes, Sir Arthur Schuster.
[book]RUSSELL, Alexander. Lord Kelvin. vi, 163 p., 8 ill. London: Blackie, 1938.
[book]RUSSELL, Alexander. William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, 1824–1907: an oration delivered in the University of Glasgow at the ommemoration on 25th June 1924 of the centenary of Lord Kelvin's birth. 22 p. Glasgow: MacLehose, Jackson, 1924.
[journalArticle]THOMPSON, Silvanus P. Lord Kelvin. Publ.Int.Electrotech.Comm., 1912, 12: 37 p., 1 portr.
[journalArticle]WATSON, E.C. College life at Cambridge in the days of Stokes, Cayley, Adams and Kelvin. Scr.Math., 1939, 6: 101–6.
[journalArticle]WHETHAN, W.C.D.; WHETHAM, C.D. Three English men of science. Isis, 1913, 1: 215–18.
Apropos of Newton, Darwin and Lord Kelvin.
[book]YOUNG, Arthur Primrose. Lord Kelvin. vi, 42 p., 7 pl. (Science in Britain) London/New York: Longmans, Green (for the British Council), 1948.
[review]Reviewed by T.M., Nature, 1949, 163: 747.

dg/dj archives and texts

[book]KELVIN, William Thomson, 1st Baron. Ueber die dynamische Theorie der Wärme, mit numerischen Ergebnissen aus Herrn Joule's Aequivalent einer thermischen Einheit und Herrn Regnault's Messungen an Dampf. Uebers. und hrsg. von Walther Block. 212 p., 6 fig. (Ostwald's Klassiker, 193) Leipzig: W. Engelmann, 1914. [CB 5/282]
[book]KELVIN, William Thomson, 1st Baron; TAIT, Peter Guthrie. Principles of mechanics and dynamics. (Reprint of 1879 ed. of “Treatise on natural philosophy”.) 2 vol. 508 p.; 527 p. New York: Dover Publications, 1962.
[book]MAXWELL, James Clerk. Origins of Clerk Maxwell's electric ideas as described in familiar letters to William Thomson. Ed. by Sir Joseph Larmor. 56 p. Cambridge University Press, 1937.
[review]Reviewed by G.R. Goldsbrough, Math.Gaz., 1937, 21: 442–3;
[review]by L. Bloch, Rev.Gén.Sci., 1938, 49: 476.

dr comments on specific subjects

[journalArticle]BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. Reports of the Committee on electrical standards. A record of the history of absolute units and of Lord Kelvin's work in connection with these. xxiv, 783 p., 46 fig., 10 pl. Cambridge University Press, 1913.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1914–19, 2: 217–18.

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[journalArticle]HEY, Max H. History of the ‘Widmanstätten’ structure. Nature, 1939, 143: 764.
The work of Widmanstätten was anticipated by William Thomson.
[journalArticle]LABRÉ, Alphonse. L'aphorisme de Lord Kelvin et le problème de l'oeil. Rev.Gén.Sci., 1935, 46: 366–74.
[journalArticle]McDONALD, J.E. Early developments in the theory of the saturated adiabatic process. Bull.Amer.Meteorol.Soc., 1963, 44: 203–11. [CB 89/567]
The author concludes that Lord Kelvin gave the first quantitative formulation in 1862, although the first published analysis was presented by Reye in 1864.
[journalArticle]PRICE, Derek J. Lord Kelvin, hero of the Atlantic telegraph. Times Eduo.Suppl., 1956, no. 2165, 1348, portr., 1 fig.
[journalArticle]SILLIMAN, Robert H. William Thomson: smoke rings and nineteenth-century atomism. Isis, 1963, 54: 461–74.
[journalArticle]WALKER, Gilbert T. Helmholts or Kelvin cloud waves. Nature, 1932, 129: 205.

KEMĀL RĒ‘ĪS, Turkish Admiral (d. 1510)

[book]BURSKI, Hans-Albrecht von. Kemāl Re'īs. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der türkischen Flotte. 83 p. Bonn: Scheur, 1928.
[review]Reviewed by O.W., J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1929, 195.

KEMBLE, John Mitchell (1807 – 57)

[journalArticle]DICKINS, Bruce. John Mitchell Kemble and old English scholarship (with a bibliography of his writings). Proc.Brit.Acad., 1939, 25: 51–84.

KEMMOCHI, Shókó (1798 – 1873)

[journalArticle]MIKAMI, Y. On the “Kwanrui jutsu” or recurring method as given by Kemmochi Shôkô. Tôhoku Math.J., 1911–12, 1: 98–105.

KEMP, James Furman (1859 – 1926)

[journalArticle]DAWSON, Frank. James Furman Kemp (1859–1926). Obituary. Biogr.Mem.Nat.Acad.Sci., 1934, 16: 16: memoir no. 1, 21 p., portr.

KEMP, Peter (19th cent., 1st half)

[journalArticle]MAWSON, Douglas. Some historical features of the discovery of Enderby Land and Kemp Land. Geogr.J., 1935, 86: 526–30.
Reproduction of a portion of a chart of 1833, with manuscript additions recording the voyages of Biscoe and Kemp, preserved in the Hydrographic Department, Admiralty, Lodon.

KEMP, Stanley Wells (1882 – 1945)

[journalArticle]CALMAN, W.T. Stanley Wells Kemp (1882–1945). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1947, 5: 467–76, portr., bibliogr.

KEMPIS, Thomas à



[book]DAVIES, Norman de Garis. The tomb of Ken-Amūn at Thebes. 2 vol. x, 70 p., 70 pl.; plates. (Publ.Metrop.Mus.Art Eypt.Exped., 5) New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1930.

KENDALL, Percy Fry (1856 – 1936)

[journalArticle]FEARNSIDES, W.G. Percy Fry Kendall (1856–1936). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1936, 2: 57–65, portr.

KENNAWAY, Ernest Laurence (1881 – 1958)

[journalArticle]LACASSAGNE, Antoine. Kennaway and the carcinogens. Nature, 1961, 191: 743–7.

KENNEDY, Alexander Blackie William (1847 – 1928)

[journalArticle]GIBB, Alexander. Sir Alexander Blackie William Kennedy (1847–1928). Obit.Not.Fellow Roy.Soc., 1938, 2: 213–23, portr.

KENNELLY, Arthur Edwin (1861 – 1939)

[journalArticle]ARTHUR EDWIN KENNELLY (1861–1939) Obituary. Harvard Univ.Gaz., Nov. 13, 1943, 78–80.
[journalArticle]BUSH, Vannevar. Biographical memoir of Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1861–1939). Biogr.Mem.Nat.Acad.Sci., 1941, 22: 83–119, portr.
[journalArticle]DAWES, Chester L. Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1861–1939). Obituary. Science, 1939, 90: 319–21.
[journalArticle]McADIE, Alexander. The Kennelly-Heaviside layer. Science, 1925, 61: 540. [CB 18/565]
[journalArticle]RUSSELL, A. Arthur Edwin Kennelly. Obituary. Nature, 1939, 144: 64–5.

KENTMANN, Johannes (1518 – 74)

[journalArticle]KELLER, Johannes. Johannes Kentmann und seine Schrift über Steine im menschlichen Körper vom Jahre 1565. Sudhoffs Arch., 1963, 47: 301–5.
[journalArticle]ZAUNICK, Rudolph. Johannes Kentmann, 21. April 1518 bis 14. (oder 15.) Juni 1574. Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1919, 18: 177–83.
A Saxon naturalist and physician, a friend of Gesner.Gesner obtained from him much information.

KEOGH, Andrew (1869 – 1953)

[book]YALE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY. Papers in honor of Andrew Keogh, librarian of Yale University, by the staff of the library, 30 June 1938. ix, 492 p. New Haven, Conn: Printed for Yale University Library, 1938.

KEPLER, Johannes (1571 – 1630)

db bibliographies; collections; reference works

[book]CASPAR, Max. Bibliographia Kepleriana. Ein Führer durch das gedruckte Schrifttum von Johannes Kepler. Im Auftrag der bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, unter Mitarbeit von Ludwig Rothenfelder. 158 p., 80 facs. München: Beck, 1936. [CB 48/513]
[journalArticle]ZAUNICK, Rudolph. Neueres Schrifttum über Johannes Kepler. Besprochen von Rudolph Zaunick. Sudhoffe Arch., 139, 32: 215–16.

dc (bm) life and work in general: large scale works

[book]BAUMGARDT, Carola. Johannes Kepler: life and letters. 209 p. New York: Philosophical Library, 1951. [CB 77/323]
[review]Reviewed by A. Armstrong, Observatory, 1951, 71: 162–3.
[book]BRYANT, Walter W. Kepler. 62 p., portr. (Pioneers of Progress; Men of Science) London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1920.
[book]BURKE-GAFFNEY, M.W., S.J. Kepler and the Jesuits. 138 p., pl. Milwaukee: Bruce, 1944. [CB 69/187]

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[book]CASPAR, Max. Johannes Kepler. 479 p. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1948.
2nd ed. 1950.
[review]Reviewed by C. Doris Hellman, Isis, 1950, 41: 216–19;
[review]by N.V.E. Nordenmark, Lychnos, 1952, 397–8.
[book]CASPAR, Max. Kepler. Transl. and ed. by C. Doris Hellman. 401 p., bibliogr. London/New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1959.
For reviews see Cb 86/493, CB 87/602 and CB 88/602.
[book]KNIGHT, David C. Johannes Kepler and planetary motion. 186 p. New York: Franklin Watts, 1962.
[review]Reviewed by R.N. Watts, Jr., Sky Telesc., 1963, 26: 224–5.
[book]KOESTLER, Arthur. The sleepwalkers. A history of man's changing vision of the universe. 624 p., fig., bibliogr. London: Hutchinson; New York: Macmillan, 1959.
Deals largely with Kepler, Copernicus and Galileo.
For review articles see dc(bn) COHEN, I. Bernard; and DE SANTILLANA, Giorgio; DRAKE, Stillman; for other reviews see CB 85/388 and CB 88/540.
[book]KOESTLER, Arthur. The watershed. A biography of Johannes Kepler. 280 p., ill. (Science Study Series, S 16) Garden City, N.Y: Anchor Books, 1960.
This work is taken from “The sleepwalkers” (see above). Dutch translation by P.G. Go (Amsterdam/Brussels: Elsevier, 1962).
[review]Reviewed by Mark Graubard, Science, 1961, 133: 1472–3.
[journalArticle]KUBACH, Fritz. See drB
[journalArticle]ROSSNAGEL, Paul. See drF
[journalArticle]SMALL, Robert. See dr F
[book]ZINNER, Ernst. Johannes Kepler. Der grosse Führer und Mensch. 58 p. (Colemans kleine Biographien, 41) Lübeck: Charles Coleman, 1932. [CB 42/508]

dc (bn) life and work in general: essays

[journalArticle]BIANCHI, Emilio. Joanne Kepler (ex oratione commemorativo in III centenario de morte). Schola Vita, 1931, 6: 31–9.
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. Johannes Kepler, 1571–1630. Sci.Mon., 1930, 30: 385–94, 5 fig.
[book]CASPAR, Max. Johannes Keplers wissenschaftliche und philosophische Stellung. 37 p. (Schriften der Corona, 13) München: Oldenbourg, 1935.
[journalArticle]COHEN, I. Bernard. Koestler on Kepler and the history of man's picture of the universe. Sci.Amer., 1959, 200: 187–92.
Essay review of Koestler's “The sleepwalkers”, see dc(bm).
[journalArticle]DE SANTILLANA, Giorgio; DRAKE, Stillman. Arthur Koestler and his “Sleepwalkers”. Isis, 1959, 50: 255–60.
Essay review of Arthur Koestler's “The sleepwalkers”, see dc(bm)
[journalArticle]DYCK, Walther von. Johannes Keplers Weltanschauung. Zeitwende, 1931, 7: 216–29.
[journalArticle]EDDINGTON, Arthur Stanley. Speech at the Kepler monument in Weil-der-Stadt. Naturwissenschaften, 1930, 18: 941.
[journalArticle]EMANUELLI, Pio. Ai margini del terzo centenario della morte di Keplero. Riv.Fis.Mat.Sci.Natur., 1931, 5: 178–83.
[book]HISTORY OF SCIENCE SOCIETY. Johann Kepler, 1571–1630. A tercentenary commemoration of his life and work. A series of papers prepared under the auspices of the History of Science Society, in collaboration with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (Sections A,D, and L). 133, xii p. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by N.T. Bobrovnikoff, Isis, 1932, 18: 197–200.
[journalArticle]HOLTON, Gerald. Johannes Kepler: a case study on the interaction of science, metaphysics and theology. Phil.Forum, 1956, 14: 21–33.
[journalArticle]LEAR, John. Personality portrait. 85. Life in hell's vestibule: Kepler's ingenious biography. Saturday Rev., 4 May 1963, 45–6.
This stresses the biographical aspects of Kepler's “Somnium”.
[journalArticle]NICOLSON, Marjorie. Kepler, the “Somnium”, and John Donne. J.Hist.Ideas, 1940, 1: 259–80.
[bookChapter]PAULI, Wolfgang. The influence of archetypal ideas on the scientific theories of Kepler. Transl. by Priscilla Silz. In: The interpretation of nature and the psyche, p. 149–240. (Bollingen Series, 51) New York: Pantheon Books, 1955. [CB 82/248]
[journalArticle]PELSENEER, Jean. Gilbert, Bacon, Galilée, Képler, Harvey et Descartes: leurs relations. Isis, 1932, 17: 171–208.
[journalArticle]SCHMIDT, Curt. Die Mystik in Keplers Weltanschauung. Sitzungsber.Abhandl.Naturwiss.Ges.Isis Dresden, 1930, 146–62, 2 fig.
[book]STÖCKL, Karl, ed. Johannes Kepler, der kaiserliche Mathematiker. Zur Erinnerung an seinen Todestag vor 300 Jahren. 355 p., 37 fig., 28 pl. (Ber.Naturwiss.Ver.Regensburg, 1928–30, no. 19) Regensburg: Schiele, 1930.
[review]Reviewed by H. Wieleitner, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1932, 31: 9–11.
[journalArticle]WALDE, O. [Nicolaus Granius, Galileo and Kepler. (In Swedish)] Lychnos, 1942, 279–80.

dd forerunners

[book]CHOISNARD, Paul. Les précurseurs de l'astrologie scientifique et la tradition (Ptolémée, Saint Thomas d'Aquin et Képler). 74 p. Paris: Leroux, 1929.
[journalArticle]DRAKE, Stillman. Note on the moon's appearance in total eclipse. Isis, 1960, 51: 204.
Apropos the question of whether Kepler and Galileo were aware of Benedetti's work.
[journalArticle]DRAKE, Stillman. Kepler and Benedetti. Isis, 1961, 52: 97–8.
A further comment on the question of whether Kepler was aware of Benedetti's work.
[journalArticle]NEUGEBAUER, O. Kepler and Benedetti. Isis, 1961, 52: 97.
Comment on whether Kepler was aware of Benedetti's work.
[journalArticle]REUTHER, Hermann. See drF

de personal biography; portraits

[journalArticle]KEPPLER, Gustav. Familiengeschichte Keppler. 2 vol. 1. Genealogie. xxxv, 1012 p., pl.; 2. Astronom Kepler und seine Zeit mit Schilderung des Hexenprozesses gegen seine Mutter. 855 p. Görlitz: Starke, 1930–31.
Vol.1 is reprinted from Deut.Geschlechterbuch, vol.75, no.6.
[review]Reviewed by E. Zinner, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1932, 3: 1625;
[review]by H. Wieleitner, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1932, 31: 107.
[journalArticle]LEAR, John. The moon and Kepler's mother. New Sci., 1960, 8: 464.

dg archives: diaries, letters, etc.

[journalArticle]ERHARDT, Oskar. Ein Brief des Astronomen Johannes Kepler an Mästlin. Pyramide Wochenschr.Karlsruher Tagbl., 22. März 1925. [CB 20/161]
[journalArticle]IAŠNOV, Peter. [The Kepler manuscripts and relics of the observatory at Pulkova. (In Russian)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, no. 2, 199–216, 6 fig.

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[journalArticle]JASCHNOFF, Peter. Kepler-Handschriften und Reliquiensammlung der Pulkowoer Sternwarte. Naturwissenschaften, 1930, 18: 946–8.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Johannes Kepler in seinen Briefen. Hrsg. von Max Caspar und Walther von Dyck. 2 vol. xxviii, 396 p.; xvi, 348 p. München: Oldenbourg, 1930. [CB 32/503]
[review]Reviewed by R.A.S., Nature, 1930, 126: 835–6;
[review]by H. Ludendorff, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1931, 2: 231–3.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Nova Kepleriana. Wieder aufgefundene Drucke und Handschriften von Johannes Kepler, hrsg. von W. von Dyck und M. Caspar. 1. Zwei wiederaufgefundene Prognostica von Johann Kepler auf die Jahre 1604 und 1624. 61 p.; 2. Das Glaubensbekenntnis von Johannes Kepler vom Jahre 1623, nach dem auf der Bibliothek des Prediger-Seminars in Wittenberg wiederaufgefundenen Original. 45 p.; 3. Briefwechsel Keplers mit Edmund Bruce. 45 p.; 4. Die Keplerbriefe auf der National bibliothek und auf der Sternwarte in Paris. 114 p. (Abhandl.Bayer.Akad.Wiss.Math.Phys.Kl., 25: no. 5 and 9; 28: no. 2: Abhandl.Bayer.Akad.Wiss.Math.Naturwiss.Abt., 31: no. 1) München: 1910, 1912, 1915, 1927. [CB 23/185]
[journalArticle]KLEMM, Friedrich. Die Dresdner Kepleriana. Wiss.Beil.Dresdner Anz., 1930, 7: 177–8.
[review]Reviewed by Zaunick, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1932, 31: 11.
[journalArticle]KOPFF, A. Johannes Kepler in seinen Briefen. Naturwissenschaften, 1930, 18: 949–51.
[book]LIST, Martha. Der handschriftliche Nachlass der Astronomen Johannes Kepler und Tycho Brahe. 36 p. (Veröffentlichungen der Deutschen Geodätischen Kommission bei der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Reihe E, 2) München: Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1961. [CB 87/604]
[journalArticle]TOMBA, Tullio. Osservazioni sulla corrispondenza tra Giovanni Antonio Magini e Giovanni Keplero. Physis, 1960, 2: 232–3.

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[book]COPERNICUS, Nicolaus. Nikolaus Kopernikus: Erster Entwurf seines Weltsystems sowie eine Auseinandersetzung Johannes Keplers mit Aristoteles über die Bewegung der Erde; nach den Handschriften, hrsg., übers. und erläutert von Fritz Rossmann. 100 p., diagr., facs. München: H. Rinn, 1948.
Contains the Greek text and Kepler's translation of Aristotle's “De caelo”, book 2, chapters 13 and 14.
[journalArticle]GALILEO GALILEI. The sidereal messenger of Galileo Galilei and a part of the preface to Kepler's “Dioptrios” containing the original account of Galileo's astronomical discoveries. Transl. with introd. and notes by Edward Stafford Carlos. xi, 111 p., ill. London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, [1959?].
A reprint of the 1880 edition.
[book]GALILEO GALILEI, et al. The controversy on the comets of 1618. Transl. and ed. by Stillman Drake and Charles D. O'Malley. xxv, 380 p. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1960.
Includes a text by Kepler.
[review]Reviewed by Colin A. Ronan, Nature, 1961, 191: 314;
[review]by C. Doris Hellman, Isis, 1962, 53: 259–61.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Gesammelte Werke. Hrsg. im Auftrag der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft und der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. München: Beck, since 1937. Vol. 1 Mysterium cosmographicum. De stella nova. (Ed. Max Caspar) xv, 493 p. 1938. ″ 2 Ad vitellionem paralipomena. Astronomiae pars optica. (Ed. Franz Hammer) 465 p. 1939. ″ 3 Astronomia nova. (Ed. Max Caspar) 487 p. 1937. ″ 4 Kleinere Schriften (1602–11). Dioptrice. (Ed. Max Caspar and Franz Hammer) 1941. ″ 5 Chronologische Schriften. (Ed. Franz Hammer) 470 p. 1953. ″ 6 Harmonice mundi. 563 p. 1940. ″ 7 Epitome astronomiae Copernicanae. (Ed. Max Caspar) 619 p. 1953. ″ 8 Mysterium cosmographicum. De cometis hyperaspistes. (Ed. Franz Hammer) 516 p., fig. 1963. ″ 9 Mathematische Schriften. (Ed. Franz Hammer) 560 p. 1960. ″ 13 Briefe 1590–90. 432 p. 1945. ″ 14 Briefe 1599–1603. 520 p. ″ 15 Briefe 1604–1607. 568 p. 1951. ″ 16 Beiefe 1607–1611. 482 p. 1954. ″ 18 Briefe 1620–30. 592 p. 1959.
[review]Reviewed by C. Doris Hellman, Isis, 1951, 42: 252–5; 1960, 51: 360–1; 1964, 55: 242–3; for other reviews see Cb 57/164, CB 67/353, CB 77/323, CB 81/320, CB 82/246, CB 87/603 and CB 88/600.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Der Mensch und die Sterne - Aus seinen Werken und Briefen. Auswahl und Nachwort von Martha List. 64 p. (Insel-Bücherei, 576) Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1953. [CB 80/179]
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Die Astrologie des Johannes Kepler. Eine Auswahl aus seinen Schriften. Eingeleitet und hrsg. von Heinrich Artur Strauss und Sigfrid Strauss-Kloebe. 232 p., portr. München: Oldenbourg, 1926.
[review]Reviewed by Max Caspar, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1928, 5: 1573–6.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Dioptrice. With an introd. by Michael Hoskin. vii, 80 p., fig. (Heffer Scientific Reprint) Cambridge, England: W. Heffer, 1962.
Latin reprint of Kepler's work.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Dissertatio cum Nuncio sidereo. Ed. by Werner Lehmann, with German transl. by Franz Hammer. iv, 34, 40 p. Freiburg: Hans Ferdinand Schulz, , 1964, [CB 90/579]
[bookChapter]KEPLER, Johannes. Epitome of Copernican astronomy, 4 and 5. A partial transl. by C.G. Wallis. In: Great Books of the Western World, vol. 16, p. 839–1004. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1952.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Grundlagen der geometrischen Optik (im Anschluss an die Optik des Witelo). Uebers. von Ferdinand Plehn, durchgesehen und hrsg. von Moritz von Rohr. 152 p., 42 fig. (Ostwalds Klassiker, 198) Leipzig: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1922.
[review]Reviewed by H. Wieleitner, Isis, 1923, 5: 186–7.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Mysterium cosmographicum. Das Weltgeheimnis. Übers. und eingeleitet von Max Caspar. 4, xxxxii, 152 p. Augsburg: Dr. Benno Filser, 1923; new ed. München: Oldenbourg, 1936. [CB 15/163]
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Neue Astronomie. Übers. und eingeleitet von Max Caspar. 416 p., xiii, 68 fig. München: R. Oldenbourg, 1929.
[review]Reviewed by G. Sarton, Isis, 1929, 13: 118.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Die Zusammenklänge der Welten. Hrsg. und übers. von Otto J. Bryk. iii, 368 p. (Klassiker der Naturwissenschaft und Technik) Jena: Diederichs, 1918.
[review]Reviewed by G. Sarton, Isis, 1922, 4: 512–14.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Kosmische Harmonie. Hrsg. und übertragen von W. Harburger. 315 p. (“Der Dom”, Bücher deutscher Mystik) Leipzig: Inselverlag, 1925.
[book]KEPLER, Johannes. Welt-Harmonik. Übers. und eingeleitet von Max Caspar. 56, 403 p. München: Oldenbourg, 1939.
[review]Reviewed by C.W. Oseen, Lychnos, 1941, 391.
[bookChapter]KEPLER, Johannes. The harmonies of the world, book 5. transl. by C.G. Wallis. In: Great Books of the Western World, vol. 16, p. 1005–85. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1952.

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[journalArticle]TABARRONI, G. See drF

dp comments: bibliographical, textual and historiographical

[journalArticle]BOPP, Karl. Leonhard Eulers und Johann Heinrich Lamberts Bemühungen zur Herausgabe der Werke Keplers. Scher.Strassburger Wiss.Ges.Heidelberg, 1929, 10: 1–4.
[journalArticle]SZCZESNIAK, Boleslaw. Note on Kepler's “Tabulae Rudolphinae” in the Library of Pei-t’ang in Pekin. Isis, 1949, 40: 344–7.

dr B comments: mathematics

[journalArticle]CASPAR, Max. Kepler und die Infinitesimalrechnung. Unterrichtsbl.Math.Naturwiss., 1932, 38: 227–9.
[journalArticle]ENESTRÖM, G. Ueber die angebliche Integration einer trigonometrischen Funktion bei kepler. Bibl.Math., 1913, 13: 229–41. [CB 3/551]
[journalArticle]EPSTEIN, Paul. Die Logarithmenberechnung bei Kepler. Z.Math.Naturwiss.Unterricht, 1924, 55: 142–51.
[book]KOWALEWSKI, Gerhard. Der Keplersche Körper und andere Bauspiele. 65 p. (Scientia Delectans, 3) Leipzig: Koehler, 1938.
[book]KUBACH, Fritz. Johannes Kepler als Mathematiker. 83 p. (Veröffentlichungen der Badischen Sternwarte zu Heidelberg) Karlsruhe: 1935.
[review]Reviewed by E. Zinner, Vierteljahrsschr.Astron.Ges., 1937, 72: 59.
[journalArticle]PLASSMANN, J. Was kann uns die Polyeder-Theorie lehren? Zum Gedächtnis von Keplers Tode (15. Nov. 1630). Naturforscher, 1930, 7: 161–5.
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, Heinrich. Keplers “Archimedische Stereometrie”. Unterrichtsbl.Math.Naturwiss., 1930, 36: no. 6, 176–85, 10 fig.
[bookChapter]WIELEITNER, Heinrich. Über Keplers “Neue Stereometrie der Fässer”. Johannes Kepler, der kaiserliche Mathematiker. Zur Erinnerung an seinen Todestag vor 300 Jahren, p. 279–313, 19 fig. (Ber.Naturwiss.Ver.Regensburg, 1928–30, no.19) Regensburg: Schiele, 1930.
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, Heinrich. Zur Geschichte der Polargleichung der Ellipse. Unterrichtsbl.Math.Naturwiss., 1928, 34: 276–7.
Explaining Kepler's discovery of it in modern language.

dr B comments: physics

[journalArticle]BOYER, Carl B. Kepler's explanation of the rainbow. Amer.J.Phys., 1950, 18: 360–6, 2 fig.
[journalArticle]COHEN, I. Bernard. Quantum in se est: Newton, Kepler, Galileo, Descartes, and Lucretius. Proc.Amer.Cath.Phil.Ass., 1964, 38: 36–46.
[journalArticle]FERRAZ, Antonio. Ensayo do analisis gnoseologico de “Ad vitellionem paralipomena” de Képler. La funcion del esquema. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1964, 17: 273–89.
[journalArticle]HOUSTOUN, R.A. Kepler's law of refraction. Nature, 1939, 144: 441.
[journalArticle]ITARD, Jean. Les lois de la réfraction de la lumière chez Kepler. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1957, 10: 59–68.
[journalArticle]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. See ds
[journalArticle]ROHR, Moritz von. Kepler und seine Erklärung des Sehvorganges. Naturwissenschaften, 1930, 18: 941–5, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]RONCHI, Vasco. L'ottica del Keplero e quella di Newton. Atti Fond.Ronchi, 1956, 11: 189–202, 6 fig.
[journalArticle]SCHEFOLD, M. Kepler und das Ulmer Mass- und Gewichtssystem. Beitr.Gesch.Tech.Ind., 1929, 19: 167–70, 1 fig.
[journalArticle]SCHNEER, Cecil. Kepler's New Year's gift of a snowflake. Isis, 1960, 51: 531–45.

dr F comments: astronomy

[journalArticle]ARCHIBALD, Raymond C. Additions to the “Rudolphine tables.” Math.Tables Aids Comput., 1946, 2: 146.
[journalArticle]BURKE-GAFFNEY, W., S.J. Kepler and the star of Bethlehem. J.Roy.Astron.Soc.Can., Dec. 1937, 31: 31: (10), 417–25. [CB 54/493]
[journalArticle]CASPAR, Max. Johannes Kepler und seine Entdeckung des Flächensatzes. Festschrift zur 30. Hauptversammlung des Deutschen Vereins zur Förderung des mathematischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Unterrichts zu Stuttgart, p.44–53, portr. Stuttgart: 1928.
[journalArticle]DITTRICH, A. Jak Kepler objevil své zákony. [How Kepler discovered his laws. (In Czech)] Cas.Pestovani Math.Fys., 1913, 42: 237–45.
[journalArticle]DRAKE, stillman. More on Cesi and Galileo. Isis, 1957, 48: 65–6.
Discussion of Rosen's comments in a review of Panofsky's book, regarding a letter from Cesi to Galileo involving Kepler's first law.
[journalArticle]GINGERICH, Owen. The computer versus Kepler. Amer.Scient., 1964, 52: 218–26.
Read to the History of Science Society, Philadelphia, 29 Dec. 1963.
[journalArticle]HANSON, Norwood Russell. Contra-equivalence. A defense of the originality of Copernicus. Isis, 1964, 55: 308–25.
A discussion of Price's paper, see below.
[journalArticle]HANSON, Norwood Russell. The Copernican disturbance and the Keplerian revolution. J.Hist.Ideas, 1961, 22: 169–84.
[journalArticle]HARIG, Gerhard. Kepler und das Vorwort von Osiander zu dem Hauptwerk von Kopernikus. Z.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech.Med., 1964, 1: no. 2, 13–26.
[journalArticle]HOLTON, Gerald. Johannes Kepler's universe: its physics and metaphysics. Amer.J.Phys., 1956, 24: 340–51.
[journalArticle]HOPPE, Edmund. Kepler und Galilei. Arch.Gesch.Math.Naturwiss.Tech., 1929, 11: 363–85. [CB 27/453]
[journalArticle]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. L'oeuvre astronomique de Kepler. XVIIᵉ Siècle, Jan. 1956, no. 30, 69–109, 4 fig.
[book]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. La révolution astronomique: Copernic, Kepler, Borelli. 525 p., ill. (Histoire de la Pensée, 3) Paris: Hermann, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by Edward Rosen. Isis, 1962, 53: 517–19; for other reviews see CB 88/540, CB 89/500 and CB 90/516.
[bookChapter]PRICE, Derek J. de S. Contra-Copernicus: a critical re-estimation of the mathematical planetary theory of Ptolemy, Copernicus and Kepler. In: Clagett, Marshall, ed. Critical Problems in the History of Science, p. 197–218. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, 1959.
[journalArticle]REUTHER, Hermann. Johannes Kepler und das astronomische Weltbild der Antike. Vergangenheit Gegenwart, 1931, 21: 73–97.
[journalArticle]ROSEN, Edward. [Cesi and Galileo. Review of E. Panofsky's book “Galileo as a critic of the arts”.] Isis, 1956, 47: 78–80.
Rosen discusses a significant and long-neglected passage in a letter from Cesi to Galileo involving Kepler's first law.

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[journalArticle]ROSEN, Edward. Kepler's defense of Tycho against Ursus. Pop.Astron., 1946, 54: 405–12.
The “Defense” was written in Prague in 1600–1.
[journalArticle]ROSEN, Edward. [More on Cesi and Galileo.] Isis, 1957, 48: 66.
Reply to Drake's discussion of Rosen's comments in his review of Panofsky's book, regarding Kepler's first law.
[book]ROSSNAGEL, Paul. Johannes Keplers Weltbild und Erdenwandel. 80 p. (Reclams Universalbibliothek, 7082) Leipzig: P. Reclam jun., 1930.
[journalArticle]RUSSELL, J.L. Kepler's laws of Planetary motion: 1609–1666. Brit.J.Hist.Sci., 1964, 2: 1–24.
[journalArticle]SCHIMANK, Hans. Keplers “Weltengeheimnis” und “Neue Astronomie”. Weltall, 1930, 29: 161–6.
[book]SMALL, Robert. An account of the astronomical discoveries of Kepler. A reprinting of the 1804 text, with a foreword by William D. Stahlman. xvi, 386 p., ill., tables. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1963.
[review]Reviewed by C. Doris Hellman, Isis, 1964, 55: 243–5; for other reviews see CB 89/565 and CB 90/602.
[journalArticle]SONNEFELD, August. Die Fernrohre nach Kepler und nach Galilei. Ein Versuch. Naturwissenschaften, 1922, 653–8.
Explaining the differences between the two telescopes and correcting common errors on the subject.
[journalArticle]SUTER, Rufus. Johann Kepler and the laws of planetary motion. Sky Telesc., 1961, 22: 22–5.
[journalArticle]TABARRONI, G. Discussione di Giovanni Keplero con il “Nunzio sidereo” da Galileo Galilei. Coelum, 1964, 32: 101–12, 141–8.
The first two parts of the translation into Italian of Kepler's “Dissertation cum Nuncio sidereo a Galilaeo Galilaei”, with copious notes.
[book]WARRAIN, Francis. Essai sur l'“Harmonices mundi ou musique du monde” de Johann Kepler. 2 vol. 1. Fondements mathématiques de l'harmonie. 141 p., 4 pl., ill.; 2. L'harmonie planétaire d'après Kepler, adapté à nos connaissances actuelles. 145 p., ill. (Actualités Scientifiques et Industrielles, 912, 913) Paris: Hermann, 1942.

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[journalArticle]BERNARD, Henri, S.J. “L'encyclopédie astronomique” du Pére Schall (“Tch’ong-tcheng li-chou”, 1629 et “Si-yang sin-fa li-chou”, 1645). La réforme du calendrier chinois sous l'influence de Clavius, de Galilée et de Kepler. Monumenta Serica, 1938, 3: 35–77, 441–82.
[book]HOLTON, Gerald. Johannes Kepler et les origines philosophiques de la physique moderne. 26 p. (Conférences du Palais de la Découverte, D 78) Paris: Université de Paris, 1961.
[journalArticle]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. A documentary history of the problem of fall from Kepler to Newton. De motu gravium naturaliter cadentium in hypothesi terrae motae. Trans.Amer.Phil.soc., 1955, 45: 45: (4), 329–355, 24 fig.
[review]Reviewed by Thomas S. Kuhn, Isis, 1957, 48: 91–3; for other reviews see CB 82/247 and CB 83/249.
[bookChapter]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. La gravitation universelle de Kepler à Newton. Act.VIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Amsterdam, 1950), (1), p. 196–211. Paris: Hermann, 1951; also in Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1951, 4: 638–53.
[journalArticle]NICOLSON, Marjorie. The ‘new astronomy’ and English literary imagination. Stud.Philol., 1935, 32: 428–62. [CB 51/257]
A study of the literary repercussions (chiefly in England) of the “new astronomy’, that is, not the Copernican astronomy, but rather the Keplerian and Galileian.
[journalArticle]PRENANT, Lucie. Sur les références de Leibniz à Kepler contre Descartes. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1960, 13: 95–7.
[bookChapter]ROSEN, Edward. The debt of classical physics to Renaissance astronomers, particularly Kepler. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci.(Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 81–92. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
With comments by Wm. Stahlman, R.S. Cohen and D. Papp.

KEPNER, William Allison (b. 1875)

[book]KEPNER, William Allison. William Allison Kepner, teacher, scientist, philosopher. Ed. by Bruce D. Reynolds. 4, 49 p., portr. Charlottesville, Va: 1946. [CB 70/225]

KERCKRING, Thomas Theodor (1640 – 93)

[journalArticle]DAVIS, Tenney L. Questions for the student of elementary chemistry. J.Chem.Educ., 1930, 7: 1141–6, 4 fig.
Apropos of the “Currus triumphalis antimonii” ascribed to Basil Valentine, published with the commentary of Theodore Kerchkringius (Amsterdam: 1685).

KERGARIOU, Achille de (1775 – 1820)

[book]KERGARIOU, Achille de. La mission de la “Cybèle” en Extrême­Orient, 1817–1818. Journal de voyage du capitaine A. de Kergariou, publié et annoté par Pierre de Joinville. xxi, 248 p., 1 map, bibliogr. (Société de l'Histoire des Colonies Françaises. Documents Inédits, 3) Paris: É. Champion, 1914.

KERGUELEN-TRËMAREC, Yves (1745 – 97)

[journalArticle]MAWSON, Douglas. The Kerguelen archipelago. Geogr.J., 1934, 83: 18–29.
Opens with a summary of the exploration of the islands from their discovery by the Breton navigator Yves de Kerguelen in 1772.

KERN, Friedrich (1875 – 1921)

[journalArticle]MITIWOCH, Eugen. Friedrich Kern (1875–1921). [Obituary] Islam, 1925, 14: 88–91.

KERNER, Andreas Justinus (1786 – 1862)

[journalArticle]DIEUDONNÉ, A. Zur Geschichte der Ätiologie der Fleischvergiftung und des Botulismus. Med.Welt, 1931, 5: 796–7.
Apropos of Justinus Kerner and Otto von Bollinger.
[journalArticle]FISCHER, W.: ALBRECHT, R. [“Observata de functione singularum partium auris,” by Chh. Andreas Justinus Kerner, 1808, Doctoral dissertation of a physician-poet of the romantic period. (In German)] Z.Laryngol.Rhinol.Otol., 1964, 43: 395–403.

KERR, John (1824 – 1907)

[journalArticle]GRAY, Robert C. The Rev. John Kerr, F.R.S., inventor of the Kerr cell. Nature, 1935, 136: 245–7, 3 fig.

KERR, John Graham (1869 – 1957)

[book]KERR, John Graham. A naturalist in the Gran Chaco. xi, 235 p. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1950. [CB 77/338]

KESSLER, Emil (1813 – 67)

[journalArticle]MAYER, Max. Emil Kessler (1813–67), ein Begründer des deutschen Lokomotivbaues. Beitr.Gesch.Tech.Ind., 1924, 14: 216–41, 35 fig., portr.

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KETELAAR, Joan Josua (1659 – 1718)

[book]KETELAAR, Joan Josua. Journaal van J.J. Ketelaar's hofreis naar den Groot Mogol te Lahore, 1711–13. [Journal of J.J. Ketelaar's official mission to the great Mogul at Lahore. Ed. by J.Ph. Vogel. (In Dutch)] xxvii, 454 p., 20 pl., 3 ill., 1 map. The Hague: Nijhoff, 1937.
[journalArticle]VOGEL, J. Ph. Joan Josua Ketelaar of Elbing (1659–1718), author of the first Hindūstānī grammar. Bull.Sch.Orient.Stud., 1936, 8: 817–22.

KETHAM, Joannes de (d. c.1490)

[journalArticle]FERCKEL, Chr. Zur Gynäkologie und Generationslehre im “Fasciculus medicinae” des Johannes de Ketham. Arch.Gesch.Med., 1912, 6: 205–22.
[book]KETHAM, Joannes de. The fasciculus medicinae of Johannes de Ketham Alemanus. Facsimile of the first (Venetian) ed. of 1491, with introd. by Karl Sudhoff. Transl. and adapted by Charles Singer. 55 p., 13 pl., ill. (Monumenta Medica, 1) Milan: R. Lier, 1924.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1924, 6: 547–9.
[book]KETHAM, Joannes de. The Fasciculo di medicina (Venice: 1493). With an introd. by Charles Singer. 2 vol. 1. Atlas of 90 illustrative figures from manuscript and printed sources with explanatory legends. 112 p.; 2. Facsimile. 104 p. (Monumenta Medica, 2) Florence: R. Lier, 1925.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1926, 8: 350.
[journalArticle]SIGERIST, Henry E. Eine deutsche Uebersetzung der Kethamschen Gynäkologie. Arch.Gesch.Med., 1923, 14: 169–78. [CB 16/200]
[journalArticle]SUDHOFF, Karl. Neue Beiträge zur Vorgeschichte des “Ketham”. Arch.Gesch.Med., 1911–12, 5: 280–301, 4 pl.

KETTLE, Edgar Hartley (1882 – 1936)

[journalArticle]MURRAY, James A. Edgar Hartley Kettle (1882–1936). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1938, 2: 301–5, portr.

KEULEN, Lucius

see CEULEN, Ludolph van

KEUNING, Johannes (1881 – 1957)

[journalArticle]HOFF, B. van't. Johannes Keuning, 1881–1957. Imago Mundi, 1959, 14: 13–16.

KEY, Ernst Axel Henrik (1832 – 1901)

[journalArticle]GULLSTRAND, Alvar. Axel Key, professor i patologisk anatomi vid Karolinsḳa mediko-kirurgiska institutet. Minnesteckning föredragen pa Kungl. Vetenskapsakademiens högtidsdag den 31 mars 1926. [Axel Key, professor of pathological anatomy at the Karolinska Mediko-Kirurgiska Institutet. Memoiral address. (In Swedish)] Levnadsteckningar Svenska Vetenskapsakad.Ledamöter, 1921–38, 6: 207–31.

KEYNES, John Maynard, 1st Baron (1883 – 1946)

[journalArticle]MUNBY, A.N.L. The Keynes collection of the works of Sir Isaac Newton at King's College, Cambridge. Notes Roy.Soc.Lond., 1952, 10: 40–50.

KEYS, John

see CAIUS, John

KEYSER, Cassius Jackson (1862 – 1947)

[journalArticle]BELL, Eric Temple. Cassius Jackson Keyser. Scr.Math., 1948, 14: 27–33, 1 pl.

KEYSERLING, Hermann (1880 – 1946)

[book]BOUCHER, Maurice. La philosophie de Hermann Keyserling. 284 p. Paris: Rieder, 1927. [CB 22/212]
[book]KEYSERLING, Hermann. Das Reisetagebuch eines Philosophen. 5th ed. 2 vol. 886 p., portr. Darmstadt: Otto Reichl, 1921.
[review]Reviewed by J. Ruska, Isis, 1923, 5: 191–3.
[book]KEYSERLING, Hermann. The travel diary of a philosopher. Transl. by J. Holroyd Reece. 2 vol. viii, 336 p.; 405 p. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1925.

KEYSSLER, Johann Georg (1693 – 1743)

[journalArticle]JEZEWSKI, Käthe von. Johann Georg Keyssler (1693–1743) schildert italienische Hospitäler. Sudhoffs Arch., 1938, 31: 317–27.

KEYT, Alonzo Thrasher (1827 – 85)

[journalArticle]TUCKER, David A., Jr. Alonzo Thrasher Keyt, cardiologist. Bull.Hist.Med., 1947, 21: 753–9, 2 fig.

KEYZER, Pieter Dircksz (17th cent., 1st half)

[journalArticle]KNOBEL, E.B. On Frederick de Houtman's “Catalogue of southern stars” and the origin of southern constellations. Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc., 1917, 77: 414–32; 580.
The catalogue reproduced here and the formation of the twelve southern constellations are really due to Pieter Dircksz Keyzer.

KHAFRE, King of Egypt (reigned c.2850 B.C.)

[journalArticle]MURRAY, G.W. The road to Chephren's quarries. Geogr.J., 1939, 94: 97–114.
The sites from which ‘diorite’, i.e., anorthositic gneiss, and carnelian and amethyst were obtained.


[journalArticle]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. J. Ruska's neue Untersuchungen über die Anfänge der arabischen Alchemie. Chem.Zeitung, 1925, 2: no. 1, 2; no. 3, 27–8.
Apropos of Ruska's studies on Khālid ibn Yazīd and Ja’far al-Sādīq.
[book]RUSKA, Julius. Arabische Alchemisten. 1. Chālid ibn Jazīd ibn Mu’āwija. 56 p. (Arbeiten aus dem Institute für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaft, 1) Heidelberg: C. Winter, 1924. [CB 16/183]
[journalArticle]RUSKA, Julius. Ein dem Chālid ibn Jazīd zugeschriebenes Verzeichnis der Propheten, Philosophen und Frauen, die sich mit Alchemie befassten. Islam, 1929, 18: 293–9.

KHALĪL IBN AḤMAD IBN ‘UMAR, al-Farāhīdī (c.717 – 791)

[journalArticle]BRÄUNLICH, E. al-Khalīl und das “Kitāb al-’ain.” Islamica, 1926, 2: 58–95.

al-KHALKHALĪ, Ḥusain ibn al-Ḥusainī (d. 1605)

[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Einleitungen zu arabischen astronomischen Werken. Weltall, 1919–20, 20: 21–6, 131–4. [CB 11/432]
Includes annotated translation of the introduction to a writing on the Indian circle by Husain ibn al-Husainī al-Khalkhalī.

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KHANDRIKOV, Mitrofan Fedorovich (1837 – 1915)

[journalArticle]BOGODORSKII, A.F.; CHERNEGA, N.A. [Mitrofan Fedorovich Khandrikov (1837–1915). (In Russian)] Ist.Astron.Issled., 1962, no. 8, 297–329.

al-KHARĀQĪ, ‘Abd al-Jabbār ibn Muḥammad (d. 1132)

[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Zur Geschichte des Kompasses und zu dem Inhalt eines Gefässes in verschiedenen Abständen vom Erdmittelpunkt. Z.Phys., 1924, 24: 166–268. [CB 19/7955]
Includes a note by al-Kharāqī regarding a consequence of the spherical shape of the oceans.
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard; KOHL, Karl. Einleitung zu Werken von al­Charaqī. (Beiträge zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, 70) Sitzungsber.Phys.Soz.Erlangen, 1928, 58: 203–18. [CB 28/476]

al-KHĀZINĪ, Abū al-Fatḥ ‘Abd al-Raḥman al-Manṣūr (fl. c.1115 – 21)

[book]al-KHĀZINĪ, Abū al-Fatḥ ‘Abd al-Raḥmān al-Manṣūr. Kitāb mīzān al-ḥikma. Arabic ed. 170, 16 p., diagr. Hyderabad, Deccan: Dā’irat al-ma’arif al-’uthmānīya, 1940.
[book]al-KHĀZINĪ, Abū al-Fatḥ ‘Abd al-Rahmān al-Manṣūr. Mīzān al­hikma (Balance of wisdom). New ed. by Fu'ād Jamī'ān. 122 p. Cairo: 1947.
[journalArticle]SAYILI, Aydin. Al Khazini's treatise on astronomical instruments. [Arabic text, with Turkish and English translations] Dergisi Ankara Univ.Dil Tarih-Corafya Fak, 1956, 14: 1–19.
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Ueber die Wage des Wechselns von al­Chāzinī und über die Lehre von den Proportionene nach al­Bīrūnī. (Beiträge zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, 48) Sitzungsber.Phys.Med.Soz.Erlangen, 1918, 48–49: 1–15.
Includes translation of a part of al-Khāzini's “Balance of Wisdom”.


see al-AIDĪNĪ, Khidr ibn ‘Alī

KHINCHIN, Aleksandr Iakovlevich (1894 – 1959)

[journalArticle]CRAMÉR, Harald. A.I. Khinchin's work in mathematical probability. Ann.Math.Statist., 1962, 33: 1227–37.
[journalArticle]GNEDENKO, B.V.; KOLMOGOROV, A.N. Aleksandr Iakovlevich Khinchin (1894–1959) (nekrolog). [Aleksandr Iakovlevich Khinchin, 1894–1959, obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1960, 15: no. 4, 97–110.

KHNUM-SHU, myth.

[journalArticle]BARGUET, P. Khnoum-Chou, patron des argenteurs. Chron.Egypte, 1953, 28: 223–7, 2 fig.

KHODNEV, Aleksei Ivanovich (1818 – 83)

[journalArticle]FIGUROVSKII, N.A.; SOLOV’EV, Iu.I. [Aleksei Ivanovich Khodnev. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1954, 2: 19–45, 3 fig., bibliogr.
[journalArticle]KUZNETSOV, V.I. O vzgliadakh Libicha, Gessa, i. Khodneva na kataliz. [On the opinions of Liebig, Hess, and Khodnev on catalysis. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 39: 95–103.

KHOSRAU I, King of Persia (d. 579)

[bookChapter]KLINGE, Gerhard. Burzoe, der Leibarzt von Chosrow Anuschirwan. Friedrich Giese aus Anlass des 70. Geburtstags, p. 140–51. Berlin: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Islamkunde; Leipzig: Harrassowitz in Kommission; 1941.
[review]Reviewed by Reinh. F.G. Müller, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1941–42, 50: 229.

al-KHUJANDĪ, Abū Maḥmud Ḥāmid ibn Khidr (d. c.1000)

[journalArticle]SCHIRMER, Oskar. Arabische Bestimmungen der Schiefe der Ekliptik. Sitzungsberg.Phys.Med.Sozietät Erlangen, 1926, 58: 43–88. [CB 21/561]
One of the three texts dealt with was written by al-Khujandī.

KHUNRATH, Heinrich (1560 – 1605)

[journalArticle]DEISCHER, Claude K.; RABINOWITZ, Joseph L. The owl of Heinrich Khunrath (1560–1605), its origin and significance. Chymia, 1950, 3: 243–50, 6 fig.

al-KHUSHĀNĀ, Abū ‘Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥārith (d. 981)

[journalArticle]GABRIELI, Francesco. Qualche nota sul “Kitāb al-quḍāt bi­Qurṭuba” di al-Jushanǐ. Al-Andalus, 1943, 8: 275–80.
[book]AL-KHUSHĀNI, Abū ‘Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥārith. Historia de los Jueces de Córdoba por Aljoxaní, texto árabe y traducción española por Julián Ribera. Madrid: Junta para Ampliación de Estudios e Investigaciones Científicas, Centro de Estudios Históricos, 1914.
[review]Reviewed by Werner Mulertt, Islam, 1928, 17: 108.

al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Abū ‘Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn Yūsuf (10th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]BOSWORTH, C.E. A pioneer Arabic encyclopedia of the sciences: al Khwārizmī's keys of the sciences. Isis, 1963, 54: 97–111.
[journalArticle]FARMER, Henry George. The science of music in the “Mafātīḥ al­’Ulūm”. Trans.Glasgow Univ.Orient.Soc., 19571958, 17: 1–9.
[book]al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Abū Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn Yūsuf. The translation of an extract from Mafātīh al-’ulūm of al­Khwārazmī, by J.M. Unwalla. 35 p. (J.Cama Orient.Inst., 11) Bombay: 1928.
[journalArticle]STAPLETON, H.E.; AZO, R.F.; HUSAIN, M. Hidayat. Chemistry in Iraq and Persia in the tenth century A.D. Mem.Asiatic.Soc.Bengal, 1927, 8: 317–418. [CB 24/420]
Includes critical study, Arabic text and translation of the 9th chapter of the second part of “Mafatiḥ al-’ulūm” (The keys of the sciences) by al-Khwārizmī.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1928, 11: 129–34.
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Zur Geschichte der Musik. (Beiträge zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, 66) Sitzungsber.Phys.Med.Soz.Erlangen, 1922, 54: 7–22. [CB 15/201]
Includes translation of texts on music by Abū ‘Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn Yūsuf al-Khuwārizmī.

al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Muḥammad ibn Mūsā (d. 846)

dc life and work in general

[journalArticle]DUMONT, M. Un professeur de mathématique au IXᵉ siècle: Mohammad ibn Mousa al-Khowarizmi. Rev.Gén.Sci., 1947, 54: no. 2, 7–13, fig.
Account of a popular lecture.
[journalArticle]DUNLOP, D.M. Muḥmmad b. Mūsā al-Khwārizmī. J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1943, 248–50.
[journalArticle]GANDZ, Solomon. The algebra of inheritance. A rehabilitation of al-Khuwārizmī. Osiris, 1938, 55: 319–91. [CB 57/143]

dj texts

[journalArticle]FRANK, J. See dr
[book]IBN al-MUTHANNĀ, Aḥmad. The commentary of Ibn al-Muthannā to the astronomical tables of al-Khwārizmī. [The Hebrew text of two MSS., transl. and commentary by B.R. Goldstein.] (Ph.D. thesis, Brown University, 1963) 559 p. (Order no. 64–1972) Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilm, 1964.

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[book]al-KHWĀRIZMĪ, Muhammad ibn Mūsā. The astronomical tables of al-Khwārizmī. Translation with commentaries of the Latin version ed. by H. Suter supplemented by Corpus Christi College MS 283 by O. Neugebauer. 247 p., 2 pl., fig. (Hist.Fil.Skr.Danske Vidensk.Selsk., 4: no. 2) København: Munksgaard, 1962.
[review]Reviewed by P. Collinder, Lychnos, 1962, 431–2; essay review by G.J. Toomer, Centaurus, 1964, 10: 203–12.
[book]al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Muḥammad ibn Mūsā. Die astronomischen Tafeln in der Bearbeitung des Maslama ibn Aḥmed al-Madjrīṭī und der latein. Uebersetzung des Athelhard von Bath auf Grund der Vorarbeiten von A. Bjømbo und R. Besthorn, hrsg. und kommentiert von H. Suter. xxxv, 225 p. (Skr.Danske Vidensk.Selsk.Hist.Phil.Afd., 7th ser., 3: no. 1) København: 1914.
[review]Reviewed by Julius Ruska, Isis, 1922, 4: 502–3.
[book]al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Muhammad ibn Mūsā. Das Kitāb sūrat al-ard [Map of the world] des Abu Ja’far Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī. Hrsg. nach dem handschriftlichen Unikum der Bibliothèque de l'Université in Strassburg (cod. 4247) von Hans v. Mžik. xxxi, 164 p., 5 pl. (Bibliothek Arabischer Historiker und Geographen, 3) Leipzig: Harrassowitz, 1926.
[review]Reviewed by E. Honigmann, Islamica, 1927, 3: 160–3; and notes by the editor and the reviewer, ibid. 265–70, 422–5;
[review]by H. Hirschfeld, J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1929, 906.
[bookChapter]al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Muḥammad ibn Mūsā. The geometry of Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al Khowārizmī, the first Arabic geometry (c. 820), representing the Arabic version of the “Mishnat ha middot”. A new edition of the Arabic text with introduction, translation, and notes by Solomon Gandz. In: The “Mishnat ha middot”, the first Hebrew geometry of about 150 C.E., p. 61–85. Berlin: J. Springer, 1932.
[review]Reviewed by William Thomson, Isis, 1933, 20: 274–80.
[book]al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Muḥammad ibn Mūsā. Robert of Chester's Latin translation of the “Algebra” of al-Khowarizmi. With an introd., critical notes and an English version by Louis Charles Karpinsky. viii, 164 p. (Univ.Mich.Stud.Hum.Ser., 9) New York: Macmillan, 1915.
[review]Reviewed by Julius Ruska, Isis, 1922, 4: 504.
[journalArticle]PTOLEMY. Afrika nach der arabischen Bearbeitung der “Geōgraphikē uphēgēsis” des Claudius Ptolemaeus von Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Hwārizmī. Hrsg., übers. und erklärt von Hans von Mžik. Mit einem Anhang, “Ptolemäus und Agathodämon”, von Josef Fischer, S.J. xii, 93 p., 2 pl., map. (Denkschr.Akad.Wiss.Wien Phil.Hist.Kl., 1916, 59: 4) Wien: In Kommission bei A. Hölder, 1916. [CB 13/206]
Contains Arabic text.

dr comments on specific subjects

[journalArticle]ECKMANN, Janos. Keleteurópa és Nyugatázsia a legrégibb arab térképen. (Adalék az arab kartografia történetéhez.) [In Hungarian, with German summary] Földrajzi Közlemények, 1929, 57: 91–105, 129–30. [CB 29/204]
Reconstruction of al-Khuwārizmī's map of western Asia and eastern Europe.
[book]FRANK, J. Die Verwendung des Astrolabs nach al-Chwarizmi. 32 p. (Abhandl.Gesch.Naturwiss.Med., 3) Erlangen: Max Mencke, 1922. [CB 13/208]
Includes the German translation of a text by al-Khuwārizmī.
[journalArticle]GANDZ, Solomon. The sources of al-Khowārizmī's “Algebra”. Osiris, 1936, 1: 263–77. [CB 46/527]
[journalArticle]IUSHKEVICH, A.P. [The arithmetical treatise of Muhammed ibn Musa al-Khuwarazmi. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1954, 1: 85–127.
[journalArticle]KENNEDY, E.S. al-Khwārizmī on the Jewish calendar. Scr.Math., 1964, 27: 55–9. [CB 90/558]
[journalArticle]MILLÁS-VALLICROSA, José-Maria. La autenticidad del comentario a las tablas astronómicas de al-Jwārizmī por Aḥmad ibn al­Mutannā’. Isis, 1963, 54: 114–19.
[bookChapter]MŽIK, Hans von. Albanien auf al-Khwarizmi's Karte. In: Beiträge zur Kartographie Albaniens nach orientalischen Quellen. Geol.Hung., ser.geol., 1929, 3: no. 1, 628–32, fig. 151.
[bookChapter]MŽIK, Hans. Parageographische Elemente in den Berichten der arabischen Geographen über Südostasien. In: Beiträge zur historischen Geographie, Kulturgeographie, Ethnographie und Kartographie, vornehmlich des Orients, hrsg. von Hans Mžik, p. 172–202, map. Leipzig: F. Deuticke, 1929.
A study of false and misleading geographical concepts in the “Kitāb ṣūrat al-arḍ” of al-Khwārizmī.
[book]RUSKA, Julius. Zur ältesten arabischen Algebra und Rechenkunst. 125 p. (Sitzungsber.Heidelb.Akad.Wiss.Phil.Hist.Kl.) Heidelberg: Winter, 1917.
Deals chiefly with al-Khuwārizmī.
[review]Reviewed by L.C. Karpinski, Isis, 1921, 4: 67–70.
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. Adriaan van Roomen's commentary on al­Khwārizmī (c. 1598). Query no. 39. Isis, 1934, 21: 209.
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene; GINSBURG, Jekuthial. Rabbi bén Esra and the Hindu-Arabic problem. Amer.Math.Mon., 1918, 25: 99–108.
English translation of Abraham ibn Ezra's introduction to his own Hebrew translation of al-Bīrūnī's work on al­Khuwārizmī's tables.
[book]VOGEL, Kurt. Mohammed Ibn Musa Al-Chwarismi's “Algorismus”. 51 p. (Milliaria, 3) Aalen: Otto Zeller, 1963.
[review]Reviewed by E.M. Bruins, Janus, 1964, 3: 236.
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Bestimmung der Durchmesser der um und in regelmässige Vielecke beschriebenen Kreise und des Inhaltes von Flächen und Körpern sowie Stücke einer Lehre “al-Gabr wa’l Muqâbala”. (Beiträge zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, 58) Sitzungsber.Phys.Med.Soz.Erlangen, 1918–19, 50–51: 264–71. [CB 11/432]
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, Heinrich. Die Erbteilungsaufgaben bei Muhammed ibn Musa Alchwarazmi. Z.Math.Naturwiss.Unterricht, 1922, 53: 57–67.
Apropos of Ruska's memoir of 1917 (see above).
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, Heinrich. Zur muslimischen und aegyptischen Gleichungsauflösung. Arch.Stor.Sci., 1925, 6: 46–8. [CB 18/609]
Comparison between al-Khuwārizmī's method and that given in the Rhind papyrus.

al-KHUWĀRIZMĪ, Sirāj al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Abī Bakr Muḥammad

see al-SAKKĀKĪ, Sirāj al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Abī Bakr, al-Khuwārizmī

al-KHUWAYYĪ, Abū al-‘Abbās Aḥmad ibn al-Khalīl (d. 1240)

[book]al-KHUWAYYI, Abu al-Abbās Aḥmad ibn al-Khalīl. Assafīnat annūḥiyya fī-s-sakīnat ar-rūḥiyya. 34 p. Halab: 1929.
[review]Reviewed by F. Krenkow, J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 1930, 483–4.



KIDENAS, the Chaldaean (c. 400 B.C.)

[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. Babylonian discovery of the precession of the equinoxes. Science, 1927, 65: 184.
The precession of the equinoxes was discovered by the Babylonian astronomer Kidenas.
[book]DITTRICH, Arnošt. Kidinnuova tabulka nového světla Luny. Sloupec A, B, F. [La table de la nouvelle lumière de la Lune de Kidinnu. Colonnes A, B, F. (In Czech, with French summary)] 35 p., fig., tables. (Spisy Vydávané Přirodovedeckou Fak.Karlovy Univ., 1935, no. 137) Praha: Přírodovědecká Fakulta, 1935.
[journalArticle]SCHNABEL, Paul. Kidenas, Hipparch und die Entdeckung der Präzession. Z.Assyrologie, April 1926, 3: 1–60. [CB 22/107]

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KIELMEYER, Carl Friedrich (1765 – 1844)

[journalArticle]BALSS, Heinrich. Kielmeyer als Biologe. Sudhoffs Arch., 1930, 23: 268–88. [CB 34/471]
[journalArticle]BUTTERSACK, Felix. Karl Friedrich Kielmeyer (1765–1844). Ein vergessenes Genie. Sudhoffs Arch., 1930, 23: 236–46.
[journalArticle]KIELMEYER, Carl Friedrich. Ueber die Verhältnisse der organischen Kräfte unter einander in der Reihe der verschiedenen Organisationen, die Gesetze und Folgen dieser Verhältnisse. Eine Rede den llten Februar 1793…gehalten. Hrsg. von Heinrich Balss. Sudhoffs Arch., 1930, 23: 247–67.
[journalArticle]KOHLBRUGGE, J.H.F. G. Cuvier and K.F. Kielmeyer. Biol.Zentralbl., 1912, 32: 291–5.
[journalArticle]RAUTHER, Max. Carl Friedrich Kielmeyer zu Ehren. Worte bei der Enthüllung einer Gedenktafel in der Württembergischen Naturaliensammlung zu Stuttgart am 18. September 1938. Sudhoffs Arch., 1938, 31: 345–50, 1 fig.



KIENTON, Abraham


KIERKEGAARD, Sören Aabye (1813 – 55)

[book]BOHLIN, Torsten. Sören Kierkegaards Leben und Werden. Kurze Darstellung auf Grund der ersten Quellen. Übers. von Peter Katz. 242 p. Gütersloh: C. Bertelsmann, 1925.
[review]Reviewed by Hermann Faber, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1927, 1297–1300.
[journalArticle]GEISMAR, Eduard. La personnalité de Kierkegaard. Rev.Métaphys.Morale, 1933, 40: 137–59.
[journalArticle]HÖFFDING, H. Pascal et Kierkegaard. Rev.Métaphys.Morale, 1923, 30: 221–46. [CB 15/168]
[journalArticle]HÖFFDING, H. Sören Kierkegaard. Rev.Métaphys.Morale, 1913, 21: 719–32.
[book]KIERKEGAARD, Sören Aabye. Either/Or. 2 vol. 1. Transl. by David F. Swenson and Lillian Marvin Swenson. xix, 387 p.; 2. Transl. by Walter Lowrie. xvi, 304 p. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1944. [CB 66/237]
[book]LOWRIE, Walter. A short life of Kierkegaard. xi, 271 p. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1942. [CB 65/68]
[journalArticle]NÖRREGAARD, K. Sören Kierkegaards Journal. Ugeskr.Laeger, 1913, 1673.
[journalArticle]PINEAU, Léon. Soeren Kierkegaard (1813–1855) et la Norvège. Rev.Ger., 1927, 18: 209–14.
[book]SCHREMPF, Christoph. Soeren Kierkegaard, eine Biographie. 2 vol. xvi, 364; 344 p. Jena: Diederichs, 1927.

KILIANI, Heinrich (1855 – 1945)

[journalArticle]KILIANI, Heinrich. My life and work. J.Chem.Educ., 1932, 9: 1909–14.

KILIANI, Martin (d. 1865)

[journalArticle]REGELSBERGER, F. Zur Geschichte der Aluminiumherstellung. Zum 30jährigen Todestag von Martin Kiliani am 21. Januar 1895. Z.Angew.Chem., 1925, 38: 367–8.

KILLINGWORTH, John (d. 1445)

[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C. The algorism of John Killingworth. Engl.Hist.Rev., Oct. 1914, 707–17.

KILLPATRICK, James (fl. 1724 – 42)

[journalArticle]WARING, Joseph Ioor. James Killpatrick and smallpox inoculation in Charlestown. Ann.Med.Hist., 1938, 10: 301–8, 3 fig.

KILWARDBY, Robert (d. 1279)

[journalArticle]BIRKENMAJER, Alexander. Der Brief Robert Kilwardbys an Peter von Conflans und die Streitschrift des Ägidius von Lessines. Beitr.Gesch.Phil.Mittelalters, 1922, 20: no. 5, 36–69, 213.
[journalArticle]CHENU, M.D. Aux origines de la science moderne. Rev.Sci.Phil.Théol., 1940, 29: 206–17.
Deals mainly with the physical views of Robert Kilwardby, e.g. identity of terrestrial and celestial mechanics.
[book]McKEON, Charles King. A study of the “Summa philosophiae” of the pseudo-Grosseteste. xii, 226 p. (Columbia Studies in Philosophy, 10) New York: Columbia University Press, 1948.
The author was possibly Robert Kilwardby.
[review]Reviewed by S. Harrison Thomson, Speculum, 1949, 24: 279–82.
[journalArticle]STEGMÜLLER, Friedrich. Der Traktat des Robert Kilwardby, O.P., “De imagine et vestigio trinitatis”. Arch.Hist.Doctrinale Lit.Moyen Âge, 1936, 10–11: 324–407.
[journalArticle]THOMSON, S. Harrison. Robert Kilwardby's commentaries “In priscianum” and “In barbarismum donati”. New Sch., 1938, 12: 52–65.

KIMḤI, David (1160 – 1235)

[book]KIMḤI, David. David Kimki's Hebrew grammar, systematically presented and critically annotated by William Chomsky. xxxiv, 427 p. New York: Block, 1952.
In part first published as thesis (Philadelphia, Pa.: Dropsie College, 1933).

KIMḤI, Joseph ben Isaac (1105 – c.1170)

[journalArticle]MARX, Alexander. Gabirol's authorship of the “Choice of pearls” and the two versions of Joseph Qimhi's “Sheqel haqodesh”. Hebrew Union College Annual, 1927, 4: 433–48. [CB 26/156]
[bookChapter]NEWMAN, Louis I. Joseph ben Isaac Kimchi as a religious controversialist. Jewish studies in memory of Israel Abrahams, p. 365–72. New York: Press of the Jewish Institute of Religion, 1927.

KINCAID, Trevor (b. 1872)

[book]HATCH, Melville Harrison, ed. Studies honoring Trevor Kincaid. iii, 167 p., portr., ill., bibliogr. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1950. [CB 77/309]


see BRUCE, Alexander, 2nd Earl Kincardine

KINCKHUYSEN, Gerard (d. 1661)

[journalArticle]SCRIBA, Christoph J. Mercator's Kinckhuysen translation in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. Brit.J.Hist.Sci., 1964, 2: 45–59.

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KINDERMANN, Eberhardt Christian (18th cent.)

[journalArticle]FELDHAUS, Franz Maria. Alte Dresdner Erfinder. Dresdner Pläne zur Weltraumfahrt. Dresdner Neueste Nachr., 1931, 39: no. 211, 11.
Apropos of Eberhardt Christian Kindermann, 1744.

al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya‘qūb ibn Isḥāq (d. c.873)

db bibliographies; collections; reference works

[book]RESCHER, Nicholas. Al-Kindī. An annotated bibliography. 55 p. Pittsburgh, Pa: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1964.
[journalArticle]RITTER, Hellmut. Schriften Ja’qūb ibn Isḥāq al-Kindī's in Stambuler Bibliotheken. Mit Beiträgen von Martin Plessner. Arch.Orient., 1932, 4: 363–73.

dc life and work in general

[journalArticle]HAMARNEH, Sami. The life and ideas of al-Kindi. Middle East Forum, 1963, 39: 35–8.
[journalArticle]ROSENTHAL, Franz. From Arabic books and manuscripts II. Kindiana. J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1949, 69: 149–52.
[journalArticle]WALZER, Richard. New studies on al-Kindī. Oriens, 1957, 10: 203–32.

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[journalArticle]GAUTHIER, Léon. See dr
[book]al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya’qub ibn Ishāq. Alkindi (De aspectibus), Tideus [filius Thodoris] (De speculis) und Pseudo-Euklid (Euclides: De speculis). Drei optische Werke (Opuscula optica… ex interpretatione lat. Gerardi Cremonensis). Hrsg. und erläutert von Axel Anthon Björnbo und Seb.Vogl. vi, 176 p. (Abhandl.Gesch.Math.Wiss., 26, 3) Leipzig: 1912.
[journalArticle]al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya’qūb ibn Ishāq. Kitāb Kīmiyā al-’itr wattas’īdāt. Buich über die Chemie des Parfüms und die Destillationen von Ya’qūb b. Ishāq al-Kindī. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der arabischen Parfümschemie und Drogenkunde aus dem 9. Jahr. P.C. Hrsg. von Karl Garbers und Richard Hartmann; ins Deutsche übersetzt von Karl Garbers. 400 p., 59 p. (in Arabic), 1 pl., fig. (Abhandl.Kunde Morgenlandes, 30)Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1948.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1950, 41: 103–4, 1 fig.
[book]al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya’qūb ibn Isḥāq. Rasā’il al-Kindī al­falsafiyya. Édition avec introduction et notes par Muḥammad ‘Abdal-Hādī Abū Riḍāh. xvi, 364 p. Le Caire: Dār al-fikr al­’Arabī, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by Georges Vajda, Rev.Étud.Islamiques, 1951, 125–6.
[journalArticle]al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya’qūb ibn Isḥāq. Risāla fīkhubr tā’līf al-alḥān. Über die Komposition der Melodien. Nach der Handschrift Brit.Mus. Or. 2361 mit Übersetzung, Einleitung und Kommentar sowie englischer Einführung hrsg. von Robert Lachmann und Mahmud el-Hefni. 30, xx p., 3 fig. (Veröffentlichungen der Gesellschaft zur Erforschung der Musik des Orients, 1) Leipzig: Kistner & Siegel, 1931. [CB 38/517]
[journalArticle]al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya’qūb ibn Isḥāq. Risàlah Ya’qūb ibn Isḥāq al-Kindī al-suyūf wa ajnasuhā. [Le petit traité des sabres et de leurs qualités d’al-Kindi publié par ‘Abd al-Raḥman Zakī. (Arabic text, with Arabic notes)] Bull.Found I Univ.Fac.Arts, 1952, 14: 1–36.
[book]al-KINDĪ, Abū Yūsuf Ya’qūb ibn Isḥāq. Uno scritto morale inedito di al-Kindi (Temistio “Peri alupias”?) [Ed. and transl. by Hellmut Ritter and Richard Walzer.] 63 p. (Atti Accad.Naz.Lincei Mem.Cl.Sci.Morali Stor.Filol., 6th ser., 8: no.1) Roma: Dott.Giovanni Bardi, 1938. [CB 55/142]
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. See dr

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[book]GAUTHIER, Léon. Antéédents gréco-arabes de la psychophysique. 104, 51 p. (in Arabic). Beyrouth: Imprimerie Catholique, 1939.
Contains a first edition and French translation of a treatise of al-Kindī on the properties of composed drugs.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1947, 32: 136–8.
[book]HAUBOLD, Rudolf. Ein Münchener handschriftlicher Text angeblich des Alkindi “De signis astronomiae applicatis ad medicinam”. (Extracts from Diss., Sudhoffs Institut). 7 p. Leipzig: 1921.
Apropos of the Munich Latin Ms. 267, fi. 84r to 88r.
[journalArticle]LEVEY, Martin. The “Aqrābādhīn” of al-Kindī and early Arabic chemistry. Chymia, 1962, 8: 11–20. [CB 90/560]
[bookChapter]ROSENTHAL, Franz. al-Kindi and Ptolemy. Studi orientalistici in onore di Giorgio Levi Della Vida, (2), p. 436–56. Roma: Instituto per l'Oriente, 1956.
al-Kindī's “Kitāb fī ṣ-ṣinā’ah al-’uẓmà” appears to be identical with “Risālah fī ṣinā’at Batlamyūs al-falakiyyah” (“On Ptolemy's astronomical craft”).
[journalArticle]SIGGEL, Alfred. Al-kindī's Schrift über die zusammengesetzen Heilmittel. Sudhoffe Arch., 1953, 37: 389–93.
[journalArticle]SPIES, Otto. Al-Kindî's treatise on the cause of the blue colour of the sky. J.Bombay Br.Roy.Asiatic Soc., Sept. 1937, 7–19.
[review]Reviewed by M.A.P., Al-Andalus, 1939, 4: 476.
[journalArticle]STERN, S.M. Notes on al-Kindī's “Treatise on definitions.” J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1959, 32–43.
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Ueber al Kindī's Schrift über Ebbe und Flut. Ann.Phys. (Leipzig), 4th ser., 1922, 67: 67: (5–8), 374–87.
Includes a German translation of al-Kindī's treatise on tides, hitherto unpublished.
[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Ueber einen astrologischen Traktat von al Kindi. Arch.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech., 1912, 3: 224–6.

KING, Alfred (20th cent., 1st half)

[book]FILCHNER, Wilhelm. Zum sechsten Erdteil. Die zweite deutsche Südpolar Expedition unter Mitwirkung der Expeditionsteilnehmer Alfred King, Erich Przybyllok. xix, 410 p. Berlin: Ullstein, 1923.

KING, Clarence (1842 – 1901)

[book]BARTLETT, Richard A. Great surveys of the American West. xxiii, 408 p., ill, portr., maps, bibliogr. (American Exploration and Travel Series, 38) Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1962. [CB 88/625]
The organizations of F.V. Hayden, Clarence King, J.W. Powell, and Lieutenant G.M. Wheeler are dealt with in sequence.
[book]WILKINS, Thurman. Clarence King, a biography. xii, 441 p. New York: Macmillan, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Cecil J. Schneer, Science, 1958, 128: 1271.

KING, James (d. 1856)

[journalArticle]LYMAN, Georg D. The sponge. Its effect on the martyrdom of James King of William. The formation of the San Francisco vigilance committee of 1856, the execution of Casey and Cora for murder and the trial of Edward McGowan for complicity. Ann.Med.Hist., 1928, 10: 460–79, 17 fig.

KING, Lucas White (1856 – 1925)

[journalArticle]HAIG, Wosleley. Sir Lucas White King (1856–1925). Orientalist. Obituary. J.Roy.Asiat.Soc., 1925, 813–14.

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KING, Peter (1669 – 1734)

[journalArticle]MATSCHOSS, Conrad. A holograph letter of Newcomen. Trans.Newcomen Soc., 1921–22, 2: 115–17, facs.
Letter to Chief Justice King, dated 7 May, 1725, preserved in the Staatsbibliothek, Berlin.

KINGLSEY, Charles (1819 – 75)

[book]THORP, Margaret Farrand. Charles Kingsley, 1819–1875. x, 212 p., 5 pl., bibliogr. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1937.
[review]Reviewed by Charles A. Kofoid, Isis, 1938, 29: 127–9.

KINGSLEY, Mary St. Leger (1852 – 1931)

[book]OWYNN, Stephen. The life of Mary Kingsley. viii, 272 p., 2 pl. London: Macmillan, 1932.
Reviewed in Nature, 1932, 130: 609–10.

KINGTON, Abraham


KINNERSLEY, Ebenezer (1711 – 78)

[book]LEMAY, J.A.Leo. Ebenezer Kinnersley, Franklin's friend. 143 p., ill., app., bibliogr. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1964.
[journalArticle]LEMAY, J.A. Leo. Franklin and Kinnersley. Isis, 1961, 52: 575–81.

KINO, Eusebio Francisco (1645 – 1711)

[book]BOLTON, Herbert Eugene. Rim of Christendom: a biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Pacific Coast pioneer. xiv, 644 p. New York: Macmillan, 1936. [CB 52/554]
[review]Reviewed by E.W. Gilbert, Geogr.J., 1937, 90: 86–7;
[review]by M.F. Ashley-Montagu, Isis, 1938, 29: 116.

KIPLING, Rudyard (1865 – 1936)

[journalArticle]BRAGMAN, Louis J. Lāennec and Culpeper as depicted by Kipling. Ann.Med.Hist., 1927, 9: 129–31.

KIFF, Petrus Jacobus (1808 – 64)

[journalArticle]SMEATON, W.A. Petrus Jacobus Kipp 1808–1864. J.Roy.Dist.Chem., 1964, 88: 185, 185, portr.
A short account of the inventor of Kipp's apparatus.

KIPPING, Frederic Stanley (1863 – 1949)

[journalArticle]CHALLENGER, F. Frederic Stanley Kipping (1863–1949). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1950, 7: 183–219, portr.

KIRCHER, Athanasius (1601 – 80)

[journalArticle]CAPART, Jean. Nardi or Kircher. Answer to query no. 56 [see Alexander Pogo below]. Isis, 1937, 26: 449.
[journalArticle]CAPPARONI, Pietro. Il calamaio di Atanasio Kircher. Riv.Stor.Sci., 1915, 6: 345–54, ill., bibliogr.
[book]CLENDENING MEDICAL LIBRARY. Athanasius Kircher, 1602–1680. An exhibition of books from the history of medicine collection, Clendening Medical Library, Kansas City, Kansas, 1958. Notes by L.R.C. Agnew. 14 p., 3 pl. Kansas City, Kan: School of Medicine, Kansas University, 1958. [CB 84/353]
[journalArticle]FRIEDLÄNDER, Paul; BIRTNER, Herbert. Pindar oder Kircher? Hermes Z.Kl.Philol., 1935, 70: 463–75. [CB 48/492]
[journalArticle]JANSSEN, Jozef. Athanase Kircher ‘Egyptologue’. Chron.Egypte, 1943, 18: 240–7.
[journalArticle]KLINCKOWSTROEM, Carl von. Eine Petroleumleitung von 1665. Geschichtabl.Tech.Ind., 1916, 3: 11–12, 1 ill.
In Ath. Kircher, “Mundus subterraneus” (1665), vol. 2, p. 73–4.
[book]LANTSCHOOT, Arn van. Un précurseur d'Athanase Kircher. Thomas Obicini et la scala Vat. copte 71. xv, 86 p. (Bibliothèque du Muséon, 22) Louvain: Bureaux du Muséon, 1948. [CB 78/162]
[journalArticle]McKRACKEN, George E. Athanasius Kircher's universal polygraphy. Isis, 1948, 39: 215–28, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]MAJOR, Ralph H. Athanasius Kircher. Ann.Med.Hist., 1939, 1: 105–20, 8 fig.
[journalArticle]MIDDLETON, W.E. Knowles. Archimedes, Kircher, Buffon, and the burning-mirrors. Isis, 1961, 52: 533–43.
[journalArticle]POGO, Alexander. Kircher, not Nardi. Answer to query no. 56. Isis, 1936, 26: 150–1. [CB 50/373]
[journalArticle]POGO, Alexander. Nardi or Kircher? Query no. 56. Isis, 1936, 24: 430–1, 1 facs.
Apropos of A. Kircher's “Oedipus aegyptiacus” (Rome: 1654–5) reproducing a page from Jacopo Nardi's “Museum Gaddianum”.
[journalArticle]POGO, Alexander. Phlegon of Tralles, Boccaccio, and Kircher. Isis, 1941, 33: 341–2.
[journalArticle]REILLY, Conor, S.J. Athanasius Kircher, S.J. J.Chem.Educ., 1955, 32: 253–8, 2 fig.
[journalArticle]ROME, A. L'origine de la prétendue mélodie de Pindare. Étud.Cl., 1932, 1: 11 p.
Apropos of Athanasius Kircher and his “Musurgia universalis, sive arts magna consoni et dissoni” (Rome: 1650).
[journalArticle]ROME, A. Pindare ou Kircher? Êtud.Cl., 1935, 4: 337–50, fascs. [CB 45/178 and 214]
[journalArticle]SCHNEIDER, Jos. Athanasius Kircherus. Henschel's Janus, 1847, 2: 599–608; reprinted, Leipzig: Alfred Lorentz, 1931.
[journalArticle]SZCZÉSNIAK, Boleslaw. Athanasius Kircher's “China illustrata”. Osiris, 1952, 10: 385–411, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]SZCZÉSNIAK, B. A note on the studies of longitudes made by M. Martini, A. Kircher, and J.N. Delisle from the observations of travellers to the Far East. Imago Mundi, 1960, 15: 89–93.
[journalArticle]SZCZÉSNIAK, Boleslaw. The origin of the Chinese language according to Athanasius Kircher's theory. J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1952, 72: 21–9, 2 fig.
[journalArticle]TORREY, Harry Beal. Athanasius Kircher and the progress of medicine. Osiris, 1938, 5: 246–75. [CB 57/167]

KIRCHHOFF, Gustav Robert (1824 – 87)

[journalArticle]HOFMANN, Johann Valentin. Grundzüge der Körperlehre, einer Wissenschaft über die innere Beschaffenheit der (irdischen) Körper und die Vorgänge in denselben als Ursachen aller Erscheinungen der Aussenwelt. Populär dargestellt von J.V. Hofmann. Nebst einem Anhang über das Verhältnis von Herrn Prof. Kirchhoff's Aularede “Uber das Ziel der Naturwissenschaften” (1865) and Dr. J.V.Hofmann's Somatologie vom Jahre 1863 von demselben. Posthum hrsg. von seinen Söhnen. vii, 70 p., portr., facs. Dresden:Emil Pahl, 1926. [CB 25/385]
[journalArticle]WARBURG, E. Zur Erinnerung an Gustav Kirchhoff. Naturwissenschaften, 1925, 13: 205–12.

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KIRILOV, Ivan Kirillovič (1689 – 1737)

[journalArticle]BAGROW, Leo. Ivan Kirilov, compiler of the first Russian atlas, 1689–1737. Imago Mundi, 1937, 2: 78–82.

KIRK, John (1847 – 1922)

[book]COUPLAND, Reginald. Kirk on the Zambesi. A chapter of African history. viii, 286 p. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1928.
[book]LIVINGSTONE, David. The Zambesi doctors: David Livingstone's letters to John Kirk, 1858–1872. Ed. by R. Foskett. 187 p., ill. Chicago: Aldine, 1964.

KIRKBRIDE, Thomas Story (1809 – 83)

[book]BOND, Earl D. Dr. Kirkbride and his mental hospital. 163 p., ill. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1947.
[review]Reviewed by C.B. Farr, Bull.Hist.Med., 1948, 22: 722–3.



KIRKWOOD, John Gamble (1907 – 59)

[journalArticle]JOHN GAMBLE KIRKWOOD. Memorial issue. J.Chem.Phys., 1960, 33: 33: no. 5. [CB 88/643]

al-KIRMĀNĪ, Aḥmad ibn ‘Abd Allāh Ḥāmid al-Dīn (10th/11th cent.)

[journalArticle]KRAUS, Paul. Hebräische und syrische Zitate in ismā'īlitischen Schriften. Islam, 1931, 19: 243–63. [CB 38/520]
The quotations all derive from Ahmad ibn ‘Abd Allāh Hāmid al-Dīn al-Kirmānī.

KIRNBAUER, Franz (16th cent., 2nd half)

[book]KIRNBAUER, Franz. Speculum metallorum 1575. 250 p., ill. (Leobener Grüne Hefte, 50) Wien: Montan-Verlag, 1961.
From a manuscript in the Austrian National Library.
[review]Reviewed by R. Niederhuemer, Bl.Technikgesch., 1964, no.26, 155–6.



KIRTLAND, Jared Potter (1793 – 1877)

[book]HENDRICKSON, W.B. The Arkites and other pioneer natural hisotry organisations of Cleveland. x, 58 p. (Makers of Cleveland Series, 1) Cleveland: Press of Western Reserve University, 1962. [CB 88/532]
The work of J.P. Kirtland is stressed.
[book]THOMS, Herbert. The doctors Jared of Connecticut. 76 p., ill. (Yale University. School of Medicine. Department of the History of Medicine, Publication, 35) Hamden, Conn: Shoe String Press, 1958.
The doctors are Jared Potter Kirtland, Jared Potter and Jared Eliot.
[review]Reviewed by Fred B. Rogers, Bull.Hist.Med., 1959, 33: 385–8.

KIRWAN, Richard (1733 – 1812)

[journalArticle]BRINDLEY, W.H. Richard Kirwan, F.R.S., 1733–1812. Nature, 1933, 132: 957–8.
[journalArticle]REILLY, J.; O'FLYNN, N. Richard Kirwan, an Irish chemist of the eighteenth century. Isis, 1930, 13: 298–319, pl, portr., bibliogr. [CB 29/243]

KISCH, Bruno (b. 1890)

A TRIBUTE to Dr. Bruno Kisch on the occasion of his 70th birthday. J.Hist.Med., 1960, 15: 335–6.

KISLIANSKII, Leontii Konstantinovich (d. 1697)

[journalArticle]TROSHIN, A.K. [Leontii Konstantinovich Kislianskii. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1955, 3: 206–10. [CB 84/372]

KISTIAKOVSKII, Vladimir Aleksandrovich (1865 – 1952)

[journalArticle]SOLOV’EV, Iu.I.; MAKARENIA, A.A. Novye materialy ob Akademike V.A. Kistiakovskom. [New Materials concerning academician V.A. Kistiakovskii. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, no. 13, 94–101.

KITAIBEL, Paul (1757 – 1817)

[journalArticle]SZAMTHMÁRY, L. von. Paul Kitaibel entdeckt den Chlorkalk. Chem.Zeitung, 1931, 55: 645.
[journalArticle]WEEKS, Mary Elvira. The discovery of tellurium. J.Chem.Educ., 1935, 12: 403–9, 6 fig. [CB 45/228]
Some letters of Kitaibel shed light on the discovery of tellurium.

KITASATO, Shibasaburo (1852 – 1931)

[journalArticle]BRUYNHOGHE, Richard. Le cinquantenaire de la découverte des sérums antidiphthériques et antitétaniques. Rev.Méd.Louvain, 1940, 257–61.
[journalArticle]FOX, Herbert. Baron Shibasaburo Kitasato (d. 1931). Ann.Med.Hist., 1934, 6: 491–9. [CB 42/536]
[journalArticle]MIYAJIMA, Mikinosuke. Shibasaburo Kitasato. Science, 1931, 74: 124–5.
[journalArticle]THE PASSING of Kitasato. Med.Life, 1931, 519–20, portr.
[journalArticle]WAKSMAN, Selman A. The changing concept of microbiology. Sci.Mon., 1953, 76: 127–33.
Address delivered at Tokyo on the commemoration of the centenary of the birth of S. Kitasato.

KITCHIN, Finlay Lorimer (1870 – 1934)

[journalArticle]WOODS, H. Finlay Lorimer Kitchin (1870–1934). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1934, 1: 349–52, portr.

KITTREDGE, George Lyman (1860 – 1941)

[book]THORPE, James. A bibliography of the writings of George Lyman Kittredge. xiv, 125 p. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1948. [CB 73/148]

KLAPROTH, Martin Heinrich (1743 – 1817)

[journalArticle]CALEY, Earle R.Klaproth (1743–1817) as a pioneer in the chemical investigation of antiquities. J.Chem.Educ., 1949, 26: 242–8.
[bookChapter]DANN, Georg Edmund. Klaproths Ahnen und Familienkreis. Vortr.Ges.Gesch.Pharm. (Stuttgart, 1936), p. 1–6. [n.p.]: 1937.
[book]DANN, Georg Edmund. Martin Heinrich Klaproth 1743–1817. Ein deutscher Apotheker und Chemiker, sein Weg und seine Leistung. x, 171 p., front., ill., tables. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Aaron Ihde, Isis, 1960, 51: 248; for other reviews see CB 85/435 and CB 88/613.

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[journalArticle]WEEKS, Mary Elvira. The discovery of tellurium. J.Chem.Educ., 1935, 12: 403–9, 6 fig. [CB45/228]
Some letters of Klaproth shed light on the discovery of tellurium.

KLAPWELL, Richard (13th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]CHENU, M.D. La première diffusion du Thomisme à Oxford. Klapwell et ses notes sur les “Sentences”. Arch.Hist.Doctrinale Litt.Moyen Âge, 1928, 3: 185–200.

KLAUS, Karl Karlovich (1796 – 1864)

[journalArticle]SOLOV’EV, Iu.I. [An unpublished letter from J. Berzelius to K. Klaus. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1959, no. 7, 148–9.

KLEBS, Arnold Carl (1870 – 1943)

[journalArticle]ARNOLD C. KLEBS number issued in honor of his seventieth birthday, 17 March, 1940. Bull.Hist.Med., 1940, 8: 317–532. fig., portr., bibliogr. [CB 59/445]
[journalArticle]BAUMGARTNER, Leona. Arnold Carl Klebs (1870–1943). Obituary. Bull.Hist.Med., 1943, 14: 201–16, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]FULTON, John F. Harvey Cushing and Arnold Klebs: their friendship and their libraries. Bull.Hist.Med., 1947, 21: 512–23.
[journalArticle]THE LIBRARY of Arnold C. Klebs. Isis, 1947, 38: 100.
[journalArticle]OLIVIER, E. Souvenirs sur A.-C. Klebs. Gesnerus, 1943, 1: 11–20, portr.
[journalArticle]PIOTET, G. Le Dr. Arnold-C. Klebs. Gesnerus, 1943, 1: 20–5.
[journalArticle]SIGERIST, Henry E. Congratulatory epistle to Arnold C. Klebs. Bull.Hist.Med., 1940, 8: 319–27, 6 fig.
[journalArticle]VIETS, Henry R. Arnold Carl Klebs, 1870–1943. Obituary. New Engl.J.Med., 1943, 229: 259–62.
[journalArticle]VIETS, Henry R. A roving commission. The doctor calls on some of his frieds. Bull.Hist.Med., 1948, 22: 363–72.
Notes concerning his visits to Osler in Oxford and to Klebs in Nyon.
[journalArticle]WALLER, Erik. Arnold Carl Klebs. [Obituary] Lychnos, 1943, 439–41.

KLEBS, Edwin Theodore Albrecht (1834 – 1913)

[journalArticle]BAUMGARTNER, Leona. Edwin Klebs. New Engl.J.Med., 1935, 213: 60–3, portr.
Reviewed in Nature, 1935, 136: 675.
[journalArticle]BAUMGARTNER, Leona. A note on the Fritzsche-Kelbs description of acromegaly (1884). Bull.Hist.Med., 1940, 8: 446–60, 2 fig.
[journalArticle]ERNST, Paul; KLEBS, Arnold Carl. Edwin Klebs, 1834–1913. Verhandl.Deut.Pathol.Ges., 1914, 17: 590–7, bibliogr.
A brief biographical notice of Edwin Klebs by Paul Ernst and a bibliography of his works by Arnold C. Klebs.
[journalArticle]HÜBSCHMANN, Karel. Přínosy pražské mediciny k problému experimentální přijice a bakteriologii. [The contribution of the Prague Medical School to experimental syphilis and bacteriology. (In Czech)] Sb.Dějiny Přírodn.Věd.Tech., 1964, 9: 183–8. [CB 90/531]
The first successful experimental transfer of human syphilis to an ape was carried out by Edwin Klebs, then Professor of Pathology in Prague.
[journalArticle]KLEBS, Edwin Theodore Albrecht. Ueber Diphtherie. Bull.Hist.Med., 1940, 8: 509–22, portr.
Reprinted from the first edition of 1883.

KLEIN, Felix (1849 – 1925)

[journalArticle]ARCHIBALD, R.C. Remarks on Klein's “Famous problems of elementary geometry”. Amer.Math.Mon., 1914, 21: 247–59. [CB 9/465]
[journalArticle]CASTELNUOVO, Guido. Felice Klein (1849–1925). Ann.Mat.Pura Appl., ser. 4, 1926, 3: 241–5.
[journalArticle]FEHR, H. Félix Klein, 1849–1925. Enseign.Math., 1925, 24: 287–90.
[book]KLEIN, Felix. Famous problems of elementary geometry. The duplication of the cube, the trisection of an angle, the quadrature of the circle. An authorized translation of F. Klein's “Vorträge über ausgewählte Fragen der Elementargeometrie” ausgearbeitet von F. Tägert, by Wooster Woodruff Beman and David Eugene Smith. 2nd ed. rev and enl. with notes by Raymond Clare Archibald. xi, 92 p. New York: Stechert, 1930. [CB 37/547]
[journalArticle]KLEIN, Felix. Gesammelte mathematische Abhandlungen. 3 vol., ill. 1. Liniengeometrie. Grundlegung der Geometrie. Zum Erlanger Programm. 624 p.; 2. Anschauliche Geometrie, Substitutionsgruppen und Gleichungstheorie. Zur mathematischen Physik. 720 p.; 3. Elliptische Funktionen insbes. Modulfunktionen, hyperelliptische und Abelsche Funktionen, Riemannsche Funktionentheorie und automorphe Funktionen. 820 p. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1921–23.
[journalArticle]KLEIN, Felix. Lebensbilder von eigener Hand. Mitt.Universitätsbund Göttingen, 1923, 5: 11–36.
[journalArticle]LOREY, Wilhelm. Felix Klein. Leopoldina, new ser., 1926, 1: 136–51.
[journalArticle]MILLER, G.A. A group theory dilemma of Sophus Lie and Felix Klein. Science, 1942, 95: 353–4.
[journalArticle]WEYL, Hermann. Felix Kleins Stellung in der mathematischen Gegenwart. Naturwissenschaften, 1930, 18: 4–11.

KLEIST, Ewald Jürgen von (1700 – 48)

[journalArticle]DORSMAN, C.; CROMMELIN, C.A. The invention of the Leyden jar. 6 p., portr. (Communication no. 97) Leiden: National Museum of the History of Science, [n.d.].
Reprinted from Janus, 1957, 46: (4), 276–80, portr.
The authors claim that Ewald Jürgen von Kleist invented it in 1745.

KLEMM, J.E. (fl. 1817 – 22)

[bookChapter]GOLDSCHMID, Edgar. Handzeichnungen chirurgischer Erkrankungen von J.E. Klemm (1817–1822). Festschrift zum 80. Geburtstag Max Neuburgers, p. 196–207, 8 fig. Wien: Maudrich, 1948.

KLINGENSTIERNA, Samuel (1698 – 1765)

[journalArticle]HEYMAN, Harald J. Calcul de π. Arch.Stor.Sci., 1925, 6: 113–14. [CB 19/766]
Evidence that Klingenstierna knew the formula for computing π attributed to Buzengeiger.
[bookChapter]HEYMAN, Harald J. Samuel Klingenstierna och Fredrik Mallet. Symbola litteraria, p. 187–209. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1927.
Apropos of the Swedish mathematicians Samuel Klingenstierna and Fredrik Mallet.

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[journalArticle]NORDENMARK, N.Y.E.; NORDSTRÖM, Johan. Till historien om uppfinningen av de akromatiska och aplanatiska linssystemen. Med särskild hänsyn till Samuel Klingenstiernas insats. [The invention of the achromatic and aplanatic lens. Some contributions iwht special regard to the rôle played by Samuel Klingenstierna. (In Swedish, with summary in English)] Lychnos, 1938, 1–52; 1939, 313–79; English summary, 380–4.

KLINT, Joen Petri (16th cent., 2nd half)

[bookChapter]NORLIND, Wilhelm. Astronomische Streifzüge in Joen Petri Klint's “Om meteorer”. Dragma Martino P.Nilsson dedicatum, p. 334–45. Lund: Ohlsson, 1939.

KLIPPEL, Maurice (1858 – 1942)

[journalArticle]MARTIN, M. Elaine. A Klippel-Feil syndrome in the artistic works of William Blake. Bull.Hist.Med. 1954, 28: 270–1, 1 pl.

KLOSS, Georg Franz Burkhard (15th cent.)

[journalArticle]STRICKER, Wilhelm. Ueber Johann von Cube, Stadtarzt zu Frankfurt am Main und Verfasser des “Ortus sanitatis”, zum Theil nach den Aufzeichnungen von Georg Kloss. Henschel's Janus, 1846, 1: 779–86; reprinted, Leipzig: Alfred Lorentz, 1931.

KLOSSOVSKII, A.V. (1846 – 1917)

[journalArticle]KHRGIAN, A. Kh. [The eminent Russian geophysicist A.V. Klossovskii. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1954, 1: 193–218.

KLUK, Krzysztof (1739 – 96)

[book]BRZEK, Gabriel. Krzysztof Kluk. [[In Polish] 145 p., portr. Warszawa: 1957.
[review]Reviewed by August Dehnel, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1957, 10: 165. [CB 83/254]
[journalArticle]PIAKOWSKI, Jerzy. Metalurgia w końcu XVIII w. w świetle dziela K. Kluka “Rzeczy kopalnych osobliwie zdatniejszych szukanie, poznanie i zazycie.”. [Metallurgy at the end of the 18th century as described by K. Kluk in his work “Mining matters, especially those connected with exploration, recognition and utilization of the most suitable.” (In Polish, with résumés in Russian and English)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1959, 4: 271–303.

KLUNZINGER, Carl Benjamin (1834 – 1914)

[journalArticle]KLUNZINGER, Carl Benjamin. Erinnerungen aus meinem Leben als Naturforscher und Arzt zu Koseir am Roten Meere. Zool.Ann., 1914, 6: 223–311.

KLUYVER, Albert Jan (1888 – 1956)

[book]KAMP, A.F.; LA RIVIERE, J.W.M.; VERHOEVEN, W. Albert Jan Kluyver. His life and work. xv, 567 p., ill. Amsterdam: North-Holland; New York; Interscience, 1959.
[review]Reviewed by Eduard Farber, Science, 1961, 133: 574.

KMETH, Daniel (1783 – 1825)

[journalArticle]ASHBROOK, Joseph. Astronomical scrapbook: shadows on the Blocksberg. Sky Telesc. 1962, 23: 76–7.
Daniel Kmeth and his condemnation of Johann Pasquich for forging observations and the latter's vindication.

KNIBB, Family (fl. 17th/18th cent.)

See entry under KNIBB, Joseph

KNIBB, Joseph (1640 – 1711)

[book]LEE, Ronald Alfred. The Knibb family clockmakers; or, Automatopaei Knibb familiaei. iv, 187 p. Byfleet, Surrey: Manor House Press, 1964.
Refers in particular to Joseph Knibb.
[review]Reviewed by Silvio A. Bedini, Technol.Cult. 1964, 5: 608–10.

KNIGHT, John (1600 – 80)

[book]CALVERT, E.M.; CALVERT, R.T.C. Sergeant Surgeon John Knight, Surgeon General 1664–1680. xi, 111 p., 9 ill. London: Heinemann, 1939.

KNIGHT, Jonathan (1787 – 1858)

[journalArticle]DORWART, H.L. An early American unpublished work in mathematics. Scr.Math., 1950, 16: 181–5.
Apropos of Jonathan Knight.

KNIGHT, Jonathan (1789 – 1864)

[journalArticle]BURR, Harold S. Jonathan Knight and the founding of the Yale School of Medicine. Yale J.Biol.Med., 1931, 1: 327–43. [CB 33/362]

KNIGHTON, William (1776 – 1836)

[journalArticle]WILLIAMS, Harley. Sir William Knighton, Bart. (1776–1836). Proc.Roy.Soc.Med., 1949, 42: 107–14.

KNIP, Pauline (1781 – 1851)

[journalArticle]RONSIL, René. Madame Knip, née Pauline de Courcelles, et soi oeuvre ornithologique. J.Soc.Bibliogr.Natur.Hist., 1957, 3: 207–20, 3 pl., portr.

KNIPOVICH, Nikolai Mikhailovich (1862 – 1939)

[journalArticle]BERG, L. N.M. Knipovich. [On celebrating 40 years of scientific work. (In Russian)] Priroda, 1926, no. 3–4, 11–16. [CB 29/259]

KNOBEL, Edward B. (1841 – 1930)

[journalArticle]FOTHERINGHAM, J.K. E.B. Knobel (1841–1930). Nature, 1930, 126: 249.

KNOCKERS, Johannes (1793 – 1829)

[journalArticle]HOEVEN, J. van der. Een en twintig brieven van Dr. Johannes Knockers van Oosterzee te Kaapstad aan Prof. Dr. C. Pruys Van der Hoeven. [Twenty-one letters from J.K. of Oosterzee te Kaapstad to C.P.v.d.H. (In Dutch)] Bijdr.Gesch.Geneesk 1931, 11: 102–13, pl.

KNORR, Christian (1636 – 89)

[book]SALECKER, Kurt. Christian Knorr von Rosenroth (1636–1689). viii, 148 p. (Palaestra, 178) Leipzig: Mayer & Müller, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by F.W. Wentzlaff-Eggebert, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1932, 3: 2419–23.

KNOX, Robert (1791 – 1862)

[journalArticle]CURRIE, Andrew S. Robert Knox (1791–1862) anatomist, scientist, and martyr. Proc.Roy.Soc.Med., 1932, 26: 1–8. [CB 40/362]

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[journalArticle]ROSS, James A.; TAYLOR, Hugh W.Y. Robert knox's catalogue. J.Hist.Med., 1955, 10: 269–76, 7 fig.

KNYVETON, John (1729 – 1809)

[book]KNYVETON, John. The diary of a surgeon in the year 1751–1752. Ed. by Ernest Gray. xiv, 322 p. New York: Appleton­Century, 1937.
[review]Reviewed by M.F. Ashley-Montagu, Isis, 1938, 28: 478–80;
[review]by Randolph Barton, Natur.Hist., February 1938, 153.
[book]KNYVETON, John. Man midwife. The further experiences of John Knyveton, M.D., late surgeon in the British fleet, during the years 1763–1809. Ed. by Ernest Gray. 210 p., ill. London: Hale, 1946.
Reviewed in Times Lit.Suppl., 31 Aug. 1946, 411.
[book]KNYVETON, John. Surgeon's mate. The diary of John Knyveton, surgeon in the British fleet during the Seven Years' War, 1756–1762. Ed. and transcribed by Ernest Gray. ix, 224 p., ill. London: Hale, 1942.

KO HUNG (4th cent.)

[journalArticle]DAVIS, Tenney L. Ko Hung (Pao P’u Tzu), Chinese alchemist of the fourth century. J.Chem.Educ., 1934, 11: 517–20, 2 fig. [CB 42/491]
[journalArticle]DAVIS, Tenney L.; CH’ÊN KUO-FU. The inner chapters of “Paop’u-tzŭ.” Proc.Amer.Acad.Arts Sci., 1941, 74: 297–325. [CB 62/43]
[journalArticle]FORKE, Alfred. Ko Hung, der Philosoph und Alchemist. Arch.Gesch.Phil., 1932, 41: 115–27.
[journalArticle]KO HUNG. An ancient Chinese alchemical classic, Ko Hung On the gold medicine and on the yellow and the white. The fourth and sixteenth chapters of “Pao-p’u-tzŭ.” Transl. from the Chinese by Wu Lu-Chiang. With an introd. by Tenney L. Davis. Proc.Amer.Acad.Arts Sci., 1935, 70: 221–84, 8 fig. [CB 46/525]
[journalArticle]KO HUNG. Pao-p’u tzu, Nei-p’ien. Chapters I-III; Chapter IV. Transl. and annotated by Eugene Feifel. Monumenta Serica, 1941, 6: 113–211; 1944, 9: 1–33; 1946, 11: 1–32.

KOBER, George Martin (1850 – 1931)

[book]KOBER, George Martin. Reminiscences of George Martin Kober. xxv, 403 p., ill. Washington, D.C: The Kober Foundation of Georgetown University, 1930.

KOCH, Hans (fl. 1554 – 78)

[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Der Münchner Uhrmacher Hans Koch und seine Werke. Neue Uhrmacher-Zeitung, 1955, 9: 27–30, 3 fig.

KOCH, Heinrich (1851 – 81)

[journalArticle]STENTA, Mario. Heinrich Koch (1815–1881). Vierteljahrschr.Naturforsch.Ges.Zürich, 1924, 69: 313–17, portr. [CB 18/570]

KOCH, Karl (1809 – 79)

[journalArticle]STEARN, William T. Karl Koch's “Dendrologie”, Erlangen, 1869–73. J.Soc.Bibliogr.Natur.Hist., 1957, 3: 175–6.

KOCH, Robert (1843 – 1910)

dc (bm) life and work in general: large scale works

[book]BOCHALLI, Richard. Robert Koch, der Schöpfer der modernen Bakteriologie. x, 217 p., 13 fig. (Grosse Naturforscher, 15) Stuttgart: Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1953.
[review]Reviewed by E. Lagrange, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1954, 7: 221
[book]DUBOS, René. The unseen world. 112 p. New York: Rockefeller Institute Press in association with Oxford University Press, 1962. [CB 88/549]
The achievements of Leeuwenhoek, Pasteur and Koch are reviewed.
[book]HEYMANN, Bruno. Robert Koch. 1843–1882. v, 353 p., 6 pl. (Grosse Männer, 12) Leipzig: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1932.
[book]LAGRANGE, E. Robert Koch. Sa vie et son oeuvre. 90 p. Paris: Legrand, 1938.
[book]MÖLLERS, Bernhard Jos. Robert Koch: Persönlichkeit und Lebenswerk, 1843–1910. xvi, 756 p., 76 ill. Hannover: Schmorl & von Seefeld, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by Gunnar Fischer, Lychnos, 1952, 447–8.
[book]UNGER, Helmuth. Helfer der Menschheit. Der Lebensroman Robert Kochs. 350 p., 1 pl. Leipzig: Buchhandlung des Verbands der Ärzte Deutschlands, 1929.
[book]WEZEL, Karl. Robert Koch. Eine biographische Studie. viii, 148 p., 5 ill, portr. (Bibliothek von Coler-von Schjerning, 36) Berlin: Aug. Hirschwald, 1912. [CB 3/560]

dc (bn) life and work in general: essays

[journalArticle]BROWN, Lawrason. Robert Koch (1843–1910). An American tribute. Ann.Med.Hist., 1935, 7: 99–112; 292–304; 385–401.
[journalArticle]BRUNN, W. von. Robert Koch zur 25. Wiederkehr seines Todestages. Riedel-Arch., 1935, 24: 37–7, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]MESNIL, F. Robert Koch. Rev.Gén.Sci., 1910. 21: 537–8.
[journalArticle]PETRIE, G.F. Robert Koch, founder of modern bacteriology. Nature, 1943, 152: 683–4.
[journalArticle]ROBERT KOCH. Med.Life, 1924, 31: 31: no. 9.
Special number devoted to Robert Koch.
[journalArticle]ROBERT KOCH. Obituary by C.J.M. Proc.Roy.Soc.Ser.B, 1910, 83: xviii–xxiv, portr.; reprinted in Annu.Rep.Smithsonian Inst.for 1911, p. 651–8, portr. Washington, D.C.: 1912.
[journalArticle]ROBINSON, Victor. Robert Koch (1843–1910). Med.Life, 1924, 31: 334–74; reprinted ibid., 1932, 39: 127–72, portr., ill. [CB 36/412]
[journalArticle]STUHLMANN, F. Përsonliches von Robert Koch aus Ostafrika. Deut.Kolonialzeitung, 1910, 27: 434–5.
[journalArticle]WEBB, Gerald B. Robert Koch (1843–1910). Ann.Med.Hist., 1932, 4: 509–23, 3 fig.

db forerunners

[journalArticle]BERG, Alexander. Miasma und Kontagium, die Lehre von der Ansteckung im Wandel der Zeiten. Zur 80-jährigen Wiederkehr der Entdeckung des Tbc-Bazillus (1882). Naturwissenschaften, 1963, 50: 389–96.
History of theories of contagion from the 14th century through Koch's discovery of the tubercle bacillus in 1882.
[journalArticle]MÜLLER, Reiner. 80 Jahre Seuchenbakteriologie. Die Seuchenbakteriologen vor Robert Koch: Pollender 1849, Brauell 1856, Delafond 1856, Davaine 1863. Ein 50-Jahr-Gedenken des Milzbrandforschers Pollender. Zentralbl.Bakteriol., 1.Abt., 16 Dec. 1929, 115: 1–17, 1 pl.

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dg/dj archives and texts

[book]CHARLES, Thomas Edmonston. Letters from Rome on certain discoveries connected with malaria by T. Edmonston Charles; and addenda, consisting of an article by S. Calandruccio, letters from Robert Koch and A. Laveran, and a statement by Lord Lister. Preface and remarks by Sir Ronald Ross. 78 p. London: Harrison & Sons, 1929.
[book]KOCH, Robert. Die Aetiologie und die Bekämpfung der Tuberculose. Eingeleitet von Prof. Dr. M. Kirchner. 74 p. (Klassiker der Medizin, 19) Leipzig: J.A. Barth, 1912.
[book]KOCH, Robert. The aetiology of tuberculosis: a transl. from the German of the original paper announcing the discovery of the tubercle bacillus, read before the Physiological Society in Berlin, 24 March, 1882, by Dr. and Mrs. Max Pinner: with an introd. by Allen K. Krause. 48 p., 8 ill. New York: National Tuberculosis Association, 1932.
The paper was first published in Berlin.Klin.Wochenschr., 1882, 19: 221 et seq., and the translation specially prepared for the Amer.Rev.Tuberc., March 1932.
[journalArticle]KOCH, Robert. From Robert Koch's investigation of pathogenic organisms. Med.Life, 1932, 39: 175–87. [CB 36/412]
Translation of the paper originally publ. in 1881.

dr comments on specific subjects

[journalArticle]CALMETTE, A. Robert Koch. Le cinquantième anniversaire de la découverte du bacille tuberculeux. Bull.Acad.Méd., 1932, 107: 436–55.
The 50th ANNIVERSARY of Koch's discovery of the tubercle bacillus. Isis, 1933, 19: 200.
[journalArticle]HITCHENS, Arthur Parker; LEIKIND, Morris C. The introduction of agar-agar into bacteriology. J.Bacteriol., 1939, 37: 485–93, portr. [CB 58/545]
The idea of using a solid culture substrate was suggested to Koch by Frau Hesse, wife of the bacteriologist Walther Hesse.
[journalArticle]KING, Lester S. Dr.Koch's postulates. J.Hist.Med., 1952, 7: 350–61. [CB 80/199]
[journalArticle]ĻANDIS, H.R.M. The reception of Koch's discovery in the United States. Ann.Med.Hist., 1932, 4: 531–7.
[journalArticle]LOCKEMANN, Georg. Die Begründung der wissenschaftlichen Desinfektion durch Robert Koch, zur 50 jähr. Gedenkfeier der Entdeckung des Tuberkelbazillus. Z.Angew.Chem., 1932, 45: 273–6.
[review]Reviewed by Diergart, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1932, 31: 240.
[bookChapter]PETRIDIS, Paylos. La découverte du bacille de choléra en 1883 à l'Hôpital Grec d'Alexandrie. VIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Méd. (Leyde/Amsterdam, 1927), p. 348–50. Anvers:De Vlijt, 1929.
The cholera bacillus was discovered by Robert Koch.
[journalArticle]RUBIO PALACIOS, H.: SCHULZ CONTRERAS, M. El descubrimiento de M.tuberculosis y la medicina francesa en 1884. Neumologia Cir.Tórax, 1964, 25: 25: (1), 57–61.
[journalArticle]ON Koch's discovery.
[journalArticle]SMITH, Theobald. Koch's views on the stability of species among bacteria. Ann.Med.Hist., 1932, 4: 524–30.

KOCHANOWSKI, Jan (1530 – 84)

[book]LACHS, Jan. Lekarze-przyjaciele Jana Kochanowski ego. [Medical friends of Jan Kochanowski. (In Polish)] 33 p. Kraków: 1930.
Apropos of Jakob Montanus, S. Fogelweder, and Jerzego Keller.

KOCHER, Emil Theodor (1841 – 1917)

[book]BONJOUR, Edgar. Theodor Kocher. 66 p., 22 ill. (Berner Heimatbücher, 40–41) Bern: Verlag Paul Haupt, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by Richard Lewisohn, J.Hist.Med., 1951, 6: 545–7;
[review]by Eyv. Bastholm, Lychnos, 1952, 450–1.
[book]EMIL THEODOR KOCHER. Reden gehalten in der Heiligengeistkirche in Bern, Dienstag den 31. Juli 1917. 48 p., portr. Bern: O. Francke, 1917.
[journalArticle]WIESE, E. Robert; GILBERT, Judson E. Theodore Kocher (1841–1917). Ann.Med.Hist., 1931, 3: 521–9, portr.

KOCHIN, N.E. (1900 – 45)

N.E. KOCHIN, 1900–1945: nekrolog. [Obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1946, 1: no. 1, 27–9.

KOEHLER, René (1860 – 1931)

[journalArticle]ROULE, Louis. L'oeuvre zoologique du professeur René Koehler (1860–1931). Rev.Gén.Sci., 1932, 43: 402–6.

KÖLLIKER, Rudolf Albert von (1817 – 1905)

[journalArticle]CAMERON, G.R. Rudolf Albert v. Koelliker (1817–1905). Ann.Sci., 1955, 11: 166–72.

KOELREUTER, Joseph Gottlieb (1733 – 1806)

[journalArticle]GARBOE, Axel. Joseph Gottlieb Koelreuter ein Vorlaeufer Mendels. Archeion, 1933, 15: 385–94, 4 fig.
[journalArticle]GARBOE, Axel. Zwei kleine süddeutsche Städte und ihre Beziehung zur Geschichte der Vererbungsforschung. Janus, 1935, 39: 189–95, 6 fig.
Mainly apropos of J.G. Koelreuter.
J.G. KÖLREUTER et C.K. Sprengel: souscription pour leur élever des monuments. Isis, 1913, 1: 243–4.
[journalArticle]WULFF, E.W. [Joseph Gottlieb Koelreuter (1733–1806). (Zur Geschichte des Geschlechtsstudiums bei den Pflanzen) (In Russian, with German summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, no. 4, 69–122, bibliogr. [CB 43/226]

KOENIG, Friedrich (1774 – 1833)

[journalArticle]BOLZA, Albrecht. Die Efrindung der Druckmaschine durch Friedrich Koenig (1774–1833). Beitr.Gesch.Tech.Ind., 1927, 17: 1–23, 35 fig., portr.

KÖNIG, Johann Gerhard (1728 – 85)

[journalArticle]LIND, J. Johan Gerhard König. [In Danish] Farm.Tid., 1913, 23: 23: (7), 103–7.

KÖNIG, Samuel (1712 – 57)

[journalArticle]KABITZ, Willy. Über eine in Gotha aufgefundene Abschrift des von S. König in seinem Streite mit Maupertuis und der Akademie veröffentlichten, seinerzeit für unecht erklärten Leibnizbriefes. Sitzungsber.Preuss.Akad.Wiss., 1913, part 2, 632–8.

KOENIGS, Ernst (1878 – 1945)

[journalArticle]HÜCKEL, Walter. Ernst Koenigs (1878–1945). [Obituary] Chem.Ber., 1950, 83: 83: xv-xviii, portr.

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KÖPPEN, Fedor Petrovich (1833 – 1908)

[journalArticle]PERSON, S.A. O perepiske Ch. Darvina s F.P. Keppenom. [From the correspondence of C. Darwin with F.P. Köppen. (In Russain)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1963, no. 14, 91–4.
[journalArticle]SOBOL', S.L. [Unpublished letters by Charles Darwin kept in Soviet archives (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1959, 8: 113–18. [CB 85/459]
Includes the English text of two letters to F. Köppen.

KÖPPEN, Wladimir Peter (1846 – 1940)

A METEOROLOGICAL cross section: the Köppen birthday volumes. Geogr.Rev., 1933, 23: 472–8.

[book]WEGENER-KÖPPEN, Else. Wladimir Köppen: ein Gelehrtenleben. Nach Köppens eigenen Aufzeichnungen unter Mitwirkung von Professor Erich Kuhlbrodt, zusammengestellt von Else Wegener-Köppen. 195 p., 13 fig. (Grosse Naturforscher, 18) Stuttgart: Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1955.

KÖRBER, Heinrich (1861 – 1927)

[journalArticle]ADLER, Otto. Heinrich Körber. Gedenkrede, gehalten in der Aerztlichen Gesellschaft für Sexualwissenschaft und Konstitutionsforschung zu Berlin am 21. Oktober, 1927. Arch.Gesch.Math.Naturwiss.Tech., 1928, 11: 218–23, 1 fig.

KÖRNER, Johann Nicolaus (18th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]KÖRNER, Otto. Johann Nicolaus Körner. Ein Frankfurter Naturforscher in der Jugendzeit Goethes.Natur Mus., 1932, 62: 62: (8), 94–6.

KÖRNER, Wilhelm (1839 – 1925)

[journalArticle]ANSCHÜTZ, Richard. Wilhelm Körner. Ein Gedenkblatt. Ber.Deut.Chem.Ges., Abt. A, 1926, 59: 59: (8), 75–111, 2 portr., bibliogr. [CB 22/199]

KÖRNINGH, Johan Ferdinand (c.1626 – 1687)

[book]KÖRNINGH, Johan Ferdinand. Berättelse om en missionsresa till Lappland 1659–60. Relation tentatae missionis lappicae anno 1659 et 1660. Övers. av John Granlund. Utg. av Ernst Manker. [Account of a missionary journey to Lapland. Swedish transl. from the Latin by John Granlund. Ed. by Ernst Manker.] 66 p. (Acta Lapponica, 9, no. 1) Uppsala: 1956.
Includes Latin text.
Reviewed By C.O. von Sydow, Lychnos, 1957–58, 418–19.

KOFFSKI, Vincent (15th cent?)

[journalArticle]HUBICKI, Wlodzimiers. O Wincentym Koffskim i jego traktacie. [Vincent Koffski and his treatise. (In Polish with English summary)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1956, 1: 259–81. [CB 82/239]
The true author of Koffski's treatise may be Benedict Figulus.

KOHLRAUSCH, Rudolph (1809 – 58)

[journalArticle]KIRCHNER, F. Determination of the velocity of light from electromagnetic measurements according to W. Weber and R. Kohlrausch. (Transl. from the German article in Naturwissenschaften, 1956, 43: 529 et seq., by Anna Akeley, Purdue University.) Amer.J.Phys., 1957, 25: 623–9.

KOHLREUTER, Sigismund (1534 – 99)

[journalArticle]BEIERLEIN, Paul Reinhard. Der kursächsische Leibarzt Sigismund Kohlreuter (1534–1599). Sudhoffs Arch., 1954, 38: 70–83.

KOLB, Peter (1675 – 1726)

[book]KOLB, Peter. Reise zum Vorgebirage der Guten Hoffnung, bearbeitet von Paul Germann. 159 p., ill., pl., maps. (Alte Reisen und Abenteuer, 4) Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1922. [CB 21/524]

KOLLATAJ, Hugo (1750 – 1812)

[book]CHAMCOWNA, Miroslawa. Uniwersytet Jagiellonski w dobie komisj edukacji narodowej. Szkola glowna koronna w okresie wizyty i rektoratu Hugona Kollataja. [The Jagellonian University at the time of the Commission of National Education. The University of Cracow during the visit and rectorate of Hugo Kollataj. (In Polish, with English summary)] 386 p., 8 pl. (Polska Academia Nauk, Komitet Historii Nauki, Monografie z Dziejow Nauki i Techniki, 2) Wroclaw/Warszawa: Zaklad Narodowy Im. Ossolinskich, Wydawnictwo Polskiej Akademii Naku, 1957. [CB 84/354]
[review]Reviewed by J. Michalski, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1958, 11: 181–3.
[journalArticle]HINZ, H. [Reflections on the learning and enlightenment in the work of Kollataj. (In Polish)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1962, 7: 75–98.
[journalArticle]STASZEWSKI, Jozef. [The system of earth history and the geological actualism of Hugo Kollataj. (In Polish)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1964, 9: 15–41.

KOLLER, Carl (1857 – 1944)

[journalArticle]LEAKE, Chauncey D. Discovery of the anesthetic properties of cocaine (1884). Isis, 1935, 23: 253–6.
Discovered by Dr. Carl Koller.

KOLMOGOROV, Andrei Nikolaevich (b. 1903)

[journalArticle]ALEKSANDROV, P.S. Andrei Nikolaevich Kolmogorov. [In Russian] Vestnik Moskovskogo Gos.Univ.Mat.Mekh., 1963, no. 3, 3–6, pl.
On the 60th birthday of A.N. Kolmogorov.

KOLOSOV, Gurii Vasil’evich (1867 – 1936)

[journalArticle]MUSKHELISHVILI, N. Gurii Vasil’evich Kolosov (1867–1936). (Nekrolog) [Obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1938, 4: 279–81.


see COMENIUS, Jan Amos

KOMPFNER, Rudolf (b. 1909)

[book]KOMPFNER, Rudolf. The invention of the traveling-wave tube. iii, 30 p., 18 fig., facs. (History of Technology Monographs) San Francisco, Calif: San Francisco Press, 1964.
[review]Reviewed by Robert Chipman, Isis, 1964, 55: 458–9.

KON-FOSSEN, S.E. (1902 – 36)

S.E. KON-FOSSEN (1902–1936). (Nekrolog) [Obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1936, 1: 5.

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KONARSKI, Stanislas (1700 – 73)

[book]ROSE, William J. Stanislas Konarski (1700–1773). Reformer of education in 18th century Poland. (Thesis, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cracow) 288 p. London: Cape, 1929.

KONOBEEVSKII, Sergei Tikhonovich (b. 1890)

[journalArticle]ZHDANOV, G.S. Sergei Tikhonovich Konobeevskii (k semidesiatiletiiu do dnia rozhdeniia). [On the 70th birthday of S.T. Konobeevskii. (In Russian)] Usp.Fiz.Nauk, 1960, 71: 161–5, bibliogr.; English transl. in Soviet Phys.Usp., 1960, 3: 3: (3), 466–70, bibliogr.

KONOVALOV, Dmitrii Petrovich (1856 – 1929)

[book]SOLOV’EV, Yurii Ivanovich; KIPNIS, Aleksandr Yakovleevich. Dmitrii Petrovich Konovalov (1856–1929). [In Russian] 192 p. Moscow: Izdatel’stvo “Nauk”, 1964.
[journalArticle]VOL’FKOVICH, S.I. [Survey of N.A. Morozov, D.P. Konovalov and W. Crookes on “Periodic system of the structure of matter.” (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est., 1949, 3: 200–8.



KOPFERMANN, Hans (b. 1895)

[journalArticle]BRIX, Peter. Hans Kopfermann. Naturwissenschaften, 1963, 50: 557–8. [CB 89/579]

KOPP, Hermann Frans Moritz (1817 – 92)

[journalArticle]BESSMERTNY, Bertha. Hermann Kopp als Chemiker. Archeion, 1932, 14: 62–8.
[journalArticle]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. Hermann Kopp als Historiker. Archeion, 1932, 14: 1–5. [CB 36/406]
[journalArticle]RUSKA, Julius. Hermann Kopp, historian of chemistry. J.Chem.Educ., 1937, 14: 3–12.
[journalArticle]SPETER, Max. ‘Vater Kopp’ : Bio-, Biblio- und Psychographisches von und über Hermann Kopp (1817–1892). Osiris, 1938, 5: 392–460, portr., facs.


see CSOMA DE KÖRÖS, Sändor

KOROTKOV, N.S. (1874 – 1920)

[journalArticle]ARINCHIN, N.I.; ZENKEVICH, E.S. Half a century of the application and further development of Korotkov's auditory method of determining blood pressure. Sechenov Physiol.J.USSR, 1957, 43: 81–6. [CB 83/267]

KORSAKOV, Sergei Sergeivich (1854 – 1900)

[journalArticle]ROKHLIN, L.L. [S.S. Korsakov and the problem of consciousness. (In Russian)] Zh.Nevropatol.Psikhiat., 1964, 64: 778–82.

KORTUM, Karl Arnold (1745 – 1824)

[journalArticle]DARMSTAEDTER, E. Der Dichter der “Jobsiade”, Karl Arnold Kortum (1745–1824) als Arzt und Medizinhistoriker. Arch.Gesch.Med., 1926, 18: 270–2.
[journalArticle]FRICK, Karl. Die alchemistischen Studien des Bochumer Arztes und Jobsiade-Dichters Dr. Carl Arnold Kortum (1745–1824). Sudhoffs Arch., 1959, 43: 254–74.
[book]TEGELER, Ernst. Der Bochumer Arzt Dr. Arnold Kortum, der Dichter der “Jobsiade”. Sein Leben und sein Wirken. 68 p., ill., bibliogr. Jena: Fischer, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by F.M.G. de Feyfer, Bijdr.Gesch.Geneesk., 1931, 11: 258.

KOSHLIAKOV, Nikolai Sergeevich (1891 – 1958)

[journalArticle]LINNIK, Iu.V.; SMIRNOV, V.I. Nikolai Sergeevich Koshliakov (11 iiunia 1891–23 sentiabria 1958). (Nekrolog) [Nikolai Sergeevich Koshliakov, 11 June 1891–23 September 1958, obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1959, 14: no. 3, 115–22.

KOSSEL, Albrecht (1853 – 1927)

[journalArticle]KENNAWAY, Ernest. Some recollections of Albrecht Kossel, Professor of Physiology in Heidelberg, 1901–1924. Ann.Sci., 1952, 8: 393–7.
[journalArticle]MÜLLER, Friedrich. Albrecht Kossel. Zur Feier seines siebzigsten Geburtstages am 16. September. Naturwissenschaften, 1923, 11: no. 38, 3 p.

KOSTANECKI, Stanislaw (1860 – 1910)

[book]LAMPE, Wiktor. Stanislaw Kostanecki, zycie i dzialalnosc naukowa. [Stanislaw Kostanecki, his life and his scientific work. (In Polish)] 109 p. Warsaw: P.W.N., 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Edmund Trepka, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1960, 13: 151–4.

KOSTER, Laurens Janszoon

see COSTER, Laurens Janszoon

KOTHE, Richard (d. 1926)

[journalArticle]DRESSEL, Jutta. The discovery of germanin by Oskar Dressel and Richard Kothe. (Transl. by Ralph E. Oesper) J.Chem.Educ., 1961, 38: 620–1.

KOTZEBUE, August von (1716 – 1819)

[journalArticle]LEIBBRAND, Werner. August von Kotzebue und die Ärzte. Aus dem Berliner Institut für Geschichte der Medizin. Med.Welt, 1934, 8: 282–4.
[journalArticle]LEIBBRAND, Werner. Fünf ungedruckte Briefe Justus Christian Loders (gest. 1832) an den Dichter August v. Kotzebue. Sudhoffs Arch., 1935, 28: 296–323.

KOTZEBUE, Otto (1787 – 1846)

[journalArticle]ESAKOV, V.A. Krugosvetnye plavaniia O.E. Kotsebu i ikh znachenie dlia geograficheskoi nauki. [O.E. Kotzebue's circumnavigations of the world and their significance for geographic sciences. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 42: 130–50
[journalArticle]NOVIKOV, P.A. Zoologicheskie issledovaniia A. Shamisso i I. Eshshol’tsa vo vremia krugosvetnoi ekspeditsii O.E. Kotsebu na “Riurike” (1815–1818). [The zoological researches of A. Chamisso and J.F. Eschscholtz during the round-the-world expedition of O.E. Kotzebue on the “Riurik” (1815–1818). (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 40: 248–82.

KOTZI, Samuel (fl. 1704 – 30)

[bookChapter]PETRESCU, G.Z. Warum war Dr Kotzi auch Schlotz genannt? Festschrift zum 80. Geburtstag Max Neuburgers, p. 368–9. Wien: Maudrich, 1948.
Samuel Kotzi, town physician of Hermannstadt from 1704 to 1730.

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KOVALEVSKAIA, Sonya Vasilievna (1850 – 91)

[journalArticle]COOLIDGE, Julian L. Six female mathematicians. scr.Math., 1951, 17: 20–31. [CB 78/181]
One of the six is Sónya Kovalévsky.
[journalArticle]DEPMAN, I.Ia. [Material for the biography of S.V. Kovalevskaia. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1954, 7: 713–15.
[journalArticle]POLUBARINOVA-KOCHINA, P.Ia. [Material for the biography of S.V. Kovalevskaia: her correspondence. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1954, 7: 666–712.
[journalArticle]POLUBARINOVA-KOCHINA, P.Ia. Nauchnye raboty S.V. Kovalevskoi (k stoletiiu so dnia rozhdeniia). [Scientific work of S.V. Kovalevskaia on the hundredth anniversary of her birth. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1950, 5: no. 4, 3–14.
[journalArticle]POLUBARINOVA-KOCHINA, P.Ia. Iz perepiski S.V. Kovalevskoi. [From the correspondence of S.V. Kovalevskaia. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1952, 7: no. 4, 103–25.
[book]POLUBARINOVA-KOCINA, P.Ia. Zivot a pusobeni S.V. Kovalevské. [Life and work of S.V. Kovalevskaia translated into Czeh by Václav Chab] 76 p. Prague: Osyeta, 1951.
[review]Reviewed by Q. Vetter, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1954, 7: 79.

KOVALEVSKII, Aleksander Onufrievich (1840 – 1901)

[bookChapter]BLACHER, L.J. A.O. Kowalevsky et I.I. Metchnikov fondateurs de l'embryologie évolutionniste. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), (2), p. 774–7. Paris: Hermann, 1958.
[journalArticle]BLIAKHER, L.Y. [Charles Darwin and the brothers Kovalevskii. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1959, no. 8, 66–73.
[journalArticle]DAVYDOFF, Constantin. Alexandre Kovalevsky (1840–1901). Souvenirs d'un disciple. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1960, 13: 325–48.
[journalArticle]MIRZOIAN, E.N. [A forgotten essay by A.O. Kovalevskii. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1959, no. 8, 119–22.
[journalArticle]MIRZOIAN, E.N. K voprosu o formirovanii evoliutsionnykh vzgliadov A.O. Kovalevskogo. [On the problem of the formation of A.O. Kovalevskii's views on evolution. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 40: 283–91.
[journalArticle]RAIKOV, B.E. Perepiska Aleksandra Onufrievicha Kovalevskogo s Anatoliem Petrovichem Bogdanovym (1872–1894). [The correspondence of Aleksander Onufrievich Kovalevskii with Anatole Petrovich Bogdganov. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 41: 112–67. [CB 88/631]
[journalArticle]RUDNITSKAIA, E.L. Pis'ma A.O. Kovalevskogo k N.D. Nozhinu. [Letters of A.O. Kovalevskii to N.D. Nozhin. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1961, 36: 202–16.

KOVALEVSKII, Vladimir Ivanovich (1844 – 1934)

[journalArticle]KOVALEVSKII, V.I. D.I. Mendeleev: po vospominaniiam V.I. Kovalevskogo. [D.I. Mendeleev in the memoirs of V.I. Kovalevskii. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, no. 13, 103–5. [CB 88/622

KOVALEVSKII, Vladimir Onufrievich (1842 – 83)

[journalArticle]BLIAKHER, L.Y. [Charles Darwin and the brothers Kovalevskii. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1959, no. 8, 66–73.
[book]BORISIAK, A.A. [V.O. Kovalevskii, his life and works. (In Russian)] 133 p., portr., bibliogr. (Tr.Kom.Ist.Znaniĭ, 5) Leningrad: Instītut Istorī Naukī ī ī Tekhnīkī, 1928. [CB 25/387]
[book]DAVITASHVILI, Leo Shiovich. V.O. Kovalevskiĭ. [In Russian] 419 p., ill., portr., facs., bibliogr. (Akademiia Nauk SSSR. Nauchno-populiarnaia seriia: Biografii) Moscow: Akademiia Nauk SSSR, 1946.
[review]Reviewed by N. Menchikoff, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1950, 3: 977.
[journalArticle]DAVITASHVILI, Leo Shiovich. [V.O. Kovalevskii and T. Huxley as naturalist-evolutionists. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est., 1949, 3: 351–67.

KOVALSKY, Marian A. (1821 – 84)

[journalArticle]STRUVE, Otto. M.A. Kovalsky and his work on stellar motions. Sky Telesc., 1962, 23: 250–2.

KOWALEWSKI, Józef (1801 – 78)

[book]KOTWICZ, Władysław. Józef Kowalewski, orientalista, 1801–1878. [Józef Kowalewski, orientalist, 1801–1878. With an introduction by M. Lewicki, bibliography prepared by M. Kotwicz, together with the unpublished correspondence of Kowalewski. (In Polish)] 207 p., portr., bibliogr. (Prace Wroclawskiego Tow.Nauk., ser.A., 11) Wrocław: 1948.
[review]Reviewed by Ludwik Sternbach, J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1949, 69: 175.

KOYRÉ, Alexandre (1892 – 1964)

[book]ALEXANDRE KOYRÉ, 29 agosto 1892–28 aprile 1964. 17 p., portr. Firenze: Gruppo Italiano di Storia della scienza, 1964.
Contains the following articles: I. Bernard Cohen, “L'oeuvre d'Alexandre Koyré”; Giorgio de Santillana, “Alexandre Koyré nel mondo Europeo”.
[journalArticle]BELAVAL, Yvon. Les recherches philosophiques d'Alexandre Koyré. Critique, 1964, 20: 675–704.
[journalArticle]COSTABEL, Pierre; GILLISPIE, Charles Coulston. Alexandre Koyré: in memoriam. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1964, 17: 149–56.
[journalArticle]ROCHOT, B. Derniers ouvrages d'Alexandre Koyré. 1. De Platon à Newton. Rev.Syn., 1963, 84: 485–7.
[journalArticle]ROGER, Jacques. Derniers ouvrages d'Alexandre Koyré. 2. La révolution astronomique. Rev.Syn., 1963, 84: 488–90.

KRACHKOVSKI, Ignatii Julianovich (1883 – 1951)

[journalArticle]BOHDANOWICZ, L. I.Y. Krachkovsky (1883–1951). J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 1951, 225–6.
[journalArticle]MENZEL, Th. Ignaz Julianovic Kračkovskij. [Biography] Arch.Orient., 1930, 2: 54–86.
[book]VILENCHIK, Iakov Solomonovich; BELIAEV, Viktor Ivanovich; comp. [Bibliography of the published works of Ignatii Julianovich Krachkovski, member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Commemorating 30 years of his scientific activity. (In Russian)] 62 p., portr. (Tr.Inst.Vostokovedeniia, 19) Moscow/Leningrad: Academy of Sciences USSR, 1936. [CB 52/572]

KRACKOWIZER, Ernst (1821 – 75)

[journalArticle]BOAS, Ernst P. A refugee doctor of 1850. J.Hist.Med., 1948, 3: 65–94, portr.
Letters of Dr. Ernst Krackowizer who emigrated to America in 1850.

KRAEPELIN, Emil (1856 – 1926)

[journalArticle]COUCHOUD, P.L. Histoire de la manie jusqu’a Kraepelin. Rev.Sci.Psychol., 1913, 1: 149–73. [CB 5/299]

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[book]KOLLE, Kurt. Kraepelin und Freud. Beitrag zur neueren Geschichte der Psychiatrie. 89 p. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1957.
[review]Reviewed by Henry Salde, Lychnos, 1957–58, 502;
[review]by M.D. Grmek, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1958, 11: 318–19.
[journalArticle]LANGE, Johann. Emil Kraepelin. Naturwissenschaften, 1926. 14: 1255–6.


see HELLWIG, L. Christoph von

KRAG, Anders (16th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]NORVIN, William. Petrus Ramus og Danmark. [Petrus Ramus and Denmark. (In Swedish, with French summary)] Lychnos, 1943, 97–110. [CB 67/349]
The most important of Ramus's Danish disciples was Anders Krag, whose “Rameae scholae” (1582) forms the principal subject of this article.

KRAMP, Chrétien (1760 – 1826)

[journalArticle]DU PRÉ, A. Mason, Jr. The first table of the normal probability integral: its use by Kramp, who constructed it. Isis, 1938, 29: 43–8.


see CRANACH, Lucas

KRANICH, Burchard (c.1515 – 1578)

[journalArticle]DONALD, M.B. Burchard Kranich (c. 1515–1578), miner and Queen's physician, Cornish mining stamps, antimony and Frobisher's gold. Ann.Sci., 1950, 6: 308–22, 1 pl.
[journalArticle]DONALD, M.B. A further note on Burchard Kranich. Ann.Sci., 1951, 7: 107–8.

KRASHENINNIKOV, Stepan Petrovich (1713 – 55)

[journalArticle]NOVIKOV, P.A. [Academician Stepan Petrovich Krasheninnikov (1713–55) as the first investigator of the animal life of Kamchatka. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est., 1949, 3: 262–96.

KRASUSKII, Konstantin Adamovich (1867 – 1937)

[journalArticle]MUSABEKOV, Iu.S. K.A. Krasuskii. (In Russian) Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1963, no. 14, 135–7.

KRATZENSTEIN, Christian Gottlieb (1723 – 95)

[journalArticle]KLINCKOWSTROEM, Carl von. Zur Geschichte des Lenkballons. Geschichtsbl.Tech.Ind., 1920, 7: 43–8.
Apropos of the Copenhagen physicist Christian Gottlieb Kratzenstein and his book “L'art de naviguer dans l'air” (Copenhagen: 1784).

KRATZER, Nicolaus (16th cent., 1st half)

[journalArticle]EISLER, Robert. Subject of Dürer portrait discovered to be Nicolaus Kratzer. Oxford Mail,5 August 1943, 4 ill. [CB 65/60]

KRAUSE, Karl Christian Friedrich (1781 – 1832)

[journalArticle]JUNGE, Martha Elisabeth. Eine neue Auffassung der natürlichen Geometrie K.Ch.F. Krauses. Ber.Verhandl.Sächs.Akad.Wiss.Leipzig.Math.Phys.Kl., 1927, 79: 124–33.

KREEFT, Peter (19th cent., 1st half)

[book]SPETER, Max. Die “Buss(e)ru(h)n” - Gewand-Taucher-Maschine Peter Kreefts in Barth (1800–1805). Ein verschollener Blase­balg­Frischluft-Tauchapparat. 3 p., 4 fig. (Kreeft-Broschüre, Dräger-Hefte) Lübeck: 1937.

KREMER, Gerhard

see MERCATOR, Gerardus

KREMERS, Edward (1865 – 1941)

[journalArticle]ROGERS, Charles H. Edward Kremers, scholar, educator, teacher, friend. Amer.J.Pharm.Educ., 1940, 4: 539–46.
[journalArticle]URDANG, George. Edward Kremers (1865–1941) Science, 1941, 94: 293–4.
[journalArticle]URDANG, George. Edward Kremers (1865–1941), reformer of American pharmaceutical education. Amer.J.Pharm.Educ., 1947, 11: 631–58.
[journalArticle]URDANG, George. Edward Kremers (1865–1941), Reformer of American pharmaceutical education. Trans.Wis.Acad.Sci.Arts Lett., 1945, 37: 111–35.

KRENKE, Nikolai Petrovich (1892 – 1939)

[book]CHERNOV, G.N. N.P. Krenke i ego teoriia stareniia i omolozheniia. [N.P. Krenke and his theory of aging and rejuvenation. (In Russian)] 118 p. Moscow: Akademiia NaukSSSR, , 1963, [CB 89/584]

KŘIČKA Z BÍTYŠKY, Vavřinec (d. 1570)

[book]KŘIČKA z BÍTYŠKY, Vavřinec. Mathesis Bohemica. vii, 59 p., 53 facs. Prague: Librairie Technique, [n.d.]. [CB 73/133]

KRIEGER, Johann Nepomuk (1865 – 1902)

[journalArticle]ASHBROOK, Joseph. Astronomical scrapbook. J.N. Krieger: the moon half-won. Sky Telesc., 1961, 21: 92–4.

KROEBER, Alfred Louis (1876 – 1960)

[book]LOWIE, Robert H., ed. Essays in anthropology presented to Alfted Louis Kroeber. xxiii, 433 p. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1936.
[review]Reviewed by M.F. Ashley-Montagu, Isis, 1937, 27: 102–3.
[journalArticle]SCHERMAN, Lucian. India and Kroeber's configurations of culture growth. J.Amer.Orient.Soc., 1945, 65: 133–44.

KROGH, August Schack Steenberg (1874 – 1949)

[journalArticle]HILL, A.V. August Schack Steenberg Krogh (1874–1949). Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1950, 7: 221–37, portr.
[journalArticle]KROGH, August. Reminiscences of work on capillary circulation. A lecture to the students in the Harvard Medical School, 1946. Isis, 1950, 41: 14–20, 1 portr., 6 fig.
[journalArticle]LILJESTRAND, G. August Krogh 1874–1949. Obituary notice. Acta Physiol.Scand., 1950, 20: 109–16. [CB 77/344]
[journalArticle]LUNDSGAARD, Einar. August Krogh (1874–1949). Obituary. Experientia, 1950, 6: 39–40, portr.

KRONECKER, Leopold (1823 – 91)

[journalArticle]BELL, E.T. A detail in Kronecker's program. Phil.Sci., 1936, 3: 197–207.

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[journalArticle]KNESER, Adolf. Leopold Kronecker. Jahresber.Deut.Math.Ver., 1925, 33: 210–28.
[book]KRONECKER, Leopold. Leopold Kroneckers Werke. Hrsg. auf Veranlassung der Preussichen Adademie der Wissenschaften von Kurt Hensel. 5 vol. in 6 parts. Leipzig/Berlin: Teubner, 1895–1931.
Vol. 3 was issued in 2 parts, 1899 and 1931.
[review]Vol. 4 and 5 reviewed by L. Bierberbach, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1930, 1: 1005–6; 1931, 2: 1281.
[journalArticle]MILLER, G.A. Early definitions of the mathematical term abstract group. Science, 1930, 72: 168–9.
A. Cayley (1854, 1859), L. Kronecker (1870), H. Weber (1882, 1893), G. Frobenius (1887).

KROPOTKIN, Peter Alekseevich (1842 – 1921)

[journalArticle]CAHAN, Abraham. Peter A. Kropotkin. Nation, Febr. 9, 1921.
[journalArticle]KRAINER, N.P. P.A. Kropotkin o proiskhozhdenii valunov (po neopublikovannoi rukopisi vtorogo toma “Issledovaniia o lednikovom periode”). [P.A. Kropotkin about the origin of detritus (on the basis of an unpublished manuscript of the second volume of “Research about the ice age”). (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, 42: 195–211.
[book]KROPOTKIN, Peter Alekseevich. Memoirs of a revolutionist. xiv, 502 p. Boston: Houghton, 1899.
[journalArticle]PETER A. KROPOTKIN. Obituary. Nature, 1921, 106: 735–6.
[journalArticle]SOKOLOV, N.N. [Peter Alekseevich Kropotkin as a geographer. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est., 1952, 4: 408–42.
[book]WOODCOCK, George; AVAKUMOVIĆ, Ivan. The anarchist prince. A biographical study of Peter Kropotkin. 463 p., front. 6 ill. London: Boardman, 1950. [CB 78/153]

KRUCKENBERG, Franz (b. 1882)

[journalArticle]FELDHAUS, Franz Maria. Vom Dampfross zum Schnellwagen. Eine kritische Studie. 32 p., 41 fig. Hannover: 1932 [CB 38/598]
The author claims that Franz Kruckenberg was the real creator and that Kurt Wiesinger's claims are ill-founded.

KRÜGER, Friedrich J.C. (1864 – 1916)

[journalArticle]NIELSEN, Axel V. Ole Rømer-Observatoriet - dets oprindelse og dets første leder. [The Ole Romer Observatory - its origin and its first director. (In Danish with English summary)] Arhus Stifts Arboger, 1962, 55: 35–87.
The first director was F. Krüger.

KRUMBHAAR, Edward Bell (b. 1882)

[journalArticle]DR. EDWARD B. KRUMBHAAR honored. J.Hist.Med., 1957, 12: 268.
[journalArticle]LONG, Esmond R. Edward Bell Krumbhaar, physician, historian, founder of the American Association of the History of Medicine. Bull.Hist.Med., 1957, 31: 493–504.
[journalArticle]RADBILL, Samuel X. Edward Bell Krumbhaar: medical historian, bibliophile and humanist. Trans.Coll.Physicians Phila., 1957, 25: 35–40.
[journalArticle]REIMANN, Stanley P. The Edward Bell Krumbhaar award in medical history. Trans.Coll.Physicians Phila., 1957, 25: 32–3.
[journalArticle]ROGERS, Fred B. Krumbhaar prize established. Trans.Coll.Physicians Phila., 1957, 25: 34, 1 pl.

KRUMM, J.W. (18th cent., 2nd half)

[journalArticle]RIECK, Wilhelm. Die Pferdezahnlehre des J.W. Krumm. Veterinär hist.Jahrb., 1931, 6: 151–9.

KRUPP, Family (fl. from 16th cent.)

[book]BERDROW, Wilhelm. Die Familie Krupp in Essen von 1587 bis 1887. Mit Anhang: 13 genealogische Tabellen, entworfen und zusammengest. von Fritz Gerhard Kraft. 2 vol. 400 p., 13 tables. Essen: Krupp, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by Karl Lohmeyer, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1932, 3: 1286–8.

KRUPP, Alfred (1812 – 87)

[journalArticle]BERDROW, Wilhelm. Alfred Krupp als Maschinenbauer. Beitr.Gesch.Tech.Ind., 1924, 14: 40–9, 7 fig.

KRYLOV, Aleksei Nikolaevich (1863 – 1945)

[journalArticle]FEDEROV, A.S. Zhizn’-nauchnyi podvig. 100 let so dnya rozhdeniya Akademika A.N. Krylov. [Life - a scientific achievement. On the 100th anniversary of the birth of A.N. Krylov. (In Russian)] Priroda, 1963, no. 9, 80–5.
Krylov worked in mathematics, mechanics, physics, shipbuilding, history of science and mechanics.
[journalArticle]GRIGOR’IAN, A.T. N’iutonovedcheskie issledovaniia A.N. Krylova. [A.N. Krylov's studies of Newton. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, no. 13, 79–83.
[journalArticle]LIUSTERNIK, L.A. A.N. Krylov (1863–1945) (nekrolog). [Obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1946, 1: no. 1, 3–10.
[journalArticle]SMIRNOV, V.I. Nauchnoc tvorchestvo Alekseia Nikolaevicha Krylova. [Scientific work of Aleksei Nikolaevich Krylov. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1946, 1: 1: no. 3–4, 3–12.





KU CHIEH-KANG (b. 1893)

[book]KU CHIEH-KANG. The autobiography of a Chinese historian. Being the preface to a symposium on ancient Chinese history (Ku Shih Pien). Translated and annotated by Arthur William Hummel. xlii, 200 p. (Sinica Leidensia, 1) Leyden:Brill, 1931. [CB 60/132]
[review]Reviewed by P. Pelliot, T’oung Pao, 1932, 29: 130–5.

KUBARY, Jan (1846 – 96)

[book]SLABCZYNSKI, Waclaw. Na wyspach Pacyfiku, o Janie Kubarym badaczu oceanii. [On Jan Kubary's explorations of the Pacific Ocean. (In Polish)] 113 p., pl., portr, maps. Warszawa: Nasza Ksiegarnia, 1956. [CB 82/258]

KUBETSKII, Leonid Aleksandrovich (1906 – 59)

[journalArticle]KHLEBNIKOV, N.S. Leonid Aleksandrovich Kubetskii. [In Russian] Usp.Fiz.Nauk, 1960, 71: 351–3; English transl. in Soviet Phys.Usp., 1960, 3: 471–3.
Kubetskii invented a photo-electric multiplier.

KUCHEROV, Mikhail Girgorievich (1850 – 1911)

[journalArticle]ČELINZEV, V.V.; PIOTROVSKIJ, K.B. Der 50. Jahrestag einer chemischen Reaktion (Reaktion M.G. Kucerov's. (In Russian with German summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, no. 4, 337–47, portr. [CB 43/232]

KUÈI-KŬ-TZU (4th cent., B.C.)

[journalArticle]CHUNG SE KIMM. Kui-Kuh-Tze, der Philosoph vom Teufelstal. Asia Major, 1927, 4: 108–46.

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KÜHN, Eusebio Francisco

see KINO, Eusebio Frnacisco

KÜHN, Julius (1825 – 1910)

[journalArticle]KÖNNECKE, G. Julius Kühn, sein Leben und Wirken. Kühn Arch., 1960, 74: 74: no. 1–2, 4–12.

KÜSS, Émile (1815 – 71)

[journalArticle]HERVÉ, Georges. Une notice biographique peu connue sur Émile Küss par Beaunis, suivie de quelques souvenirs inédits. Bull.Soc.Franç.Hist.Méd., 1932, 26: 107–30.
Notes on Émile Küss by H. Beaunis, by D. Goldschmidt and by Léon Oberlin.

KÜSTNER, Friedrich (1856 – 1936)

[journalArticle]HOPMANN, J. Friedrich Küstner, dem Altmeister der beobachtenden Astronomie zur Vollendung ds siebzigsten Lebens jahres am 22. August 1926. Naturwissenschaften, 1926, 14: 781–8.

KÜTZING, Friedrich Traugott (1807 – 93)

[book]KÜTZING, Friedrich Traugott. Aufzeichnungen und erinnerungen. Hrsg. von R.H. Walther Müller und Rudolph Zaunick. 300 p., 4 ill., 2 portr., 1 map. (Lebensdarstellungen Deutscher Naturforscher, 8) Leipzig: J.A. Barth, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by Heinrich Marzell, in Sudhoffs Arch., 1961, 45: 89–90;
[review]by H. Degen, Naturwiss.Rundsch., 1961, 14: 449;
[review]by P.H. Brans, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1962, 15: 457–8.

KUFFERATH, Hubert (1882 – 1957)

[journalArticle]HAUMAN, L. Hubert Kufferath (1882–1957). Bull.Soc.Bot.Belg., 1958–59, 91: 5–6.

KUGELMANN, Ludwig (1830 – 1902)

[journalArticle]ROSA, Renato de. Rudolf Virchow und Karl Marx. Zu einem unveröffentlichten Brief von Kugelmann an Marx über Virchow. Virchows Arch.Pathol.Anat.Phyiol., 1964 337: (6), 593–5.

KUGLER, Franz Xaver (1862 – 1929)

[journalArticle]FRANZ XAVER KUGLER. By A.M. Archeion, 1930, 12: 47–8.
[journalArticle]KUGLER, Franz Xaver. Drei babylonische Planetentafeln der Seleukidenzeit (S + 1881, S + 2014 und Sp. II 106 + 112). Orientalia, 1933, 2: 97–116.
Aus Kuglers Nachlass mit einem Überblick über sein Lebenswerk hrsg. von P.J. Schaumberger.


see BUCER, Martin

al-KŪHĪ, Abū Sahl ibn Rustam



see IBN al-‘AṬṬAR, Abū al-Mūnā ibn Abī NaṣR, al-Kūhīn

KUHN, Adam (1741 – 1817)

[journalArticle]BELL, Whitfield J., Jr. Physicians and politics in the Revolution: the case of Adam Kuhn, with a note on Philip Turpin. Trans.Coll.Physicians Phila., 1954, 22: 25–31.
[journalArticle]BROWN, Marion E. Adam Kuhn: eighteenth century physician and teacher. J.Hist.Med., 1950, 5: 163–77.

KUHN, Bernhard Friedrich (1762 – 1865)

[journalArticle]DE BEER, G.R. Bernhard Friedrich Kuhn's investigations of glaciers. Ann.Sci., 1953, 9: 323–41.
Contains a translation of Kuhn's “Investigation into the mechanism of glaciers”.

KULIBIN, Ivan Petrovich (1735 – 1818)

[journalArticle]DORMIDONTOV, N. [Les bateaux mécaniques de I.P. Koulibine (d'après les documents inédits). (In Russian, with French summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1935, no. 5, 319–59. [CB 45/226]
[journalArticle]HOFFMANN, V.L. [I. Koulibine, contructeur et architecte. (In Russian, with French summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, no. 4, 313–21, 4 fig.
[journalArticle]JAKUBOVSKIJ, B.V. [Bridge projects of I.P. Kulibin to cross the Neva. A single arch timber bridge of 298 m span. (In Russian, with English summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1936, no. 8, 191–52, 23 fig.
[journalArticle]KARGIN, D.I. [Le ‘perpetuum mobile’ de I.P. Koulibine. (In Russian with French summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1935, no. 6, 187–209. [CB 45/226]
[journalArticle]KARGIN, D.I. [Le télégraphe optique de Koulibine. (In Russian, with French abstract)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, no. 3, 77–103, 19 fig., 1 pl. [CB 43/225]
[journalArticle]RADOVSKII, M.J. (Source material for the study of the work of I.P. Kulibin. (In Russian)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, no. 2, 227–46.
[journalArticle]ROSTOVZOV, I. [La voiture mécanique de Koulibine. (In Russian, with French summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1935, no. 7, 375–97, 15 fig. [CB 47/259]

KULIK, Jacob Philip (1793 – 1863)

[journalArticle]DEPMAN, I. Ia. [The remarkable Slavic computers, G. Vega and Ia. F. Kulik. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1953, 6: 573–608, portr., bibliogr.
[journalArticle]NOVÝ, Lubos. O Kulikových tabulkách dělitelů. [On Kulik's tables of divisors. (In Czech)] Sb.Dějiny Prirodn.Věd.Tech., 1963, 8: 43–52. [CB 90/59]



KUMMER, Ernst Eduard (1810 – 93)

[journalArticle]HANCOCK, Harris. The analogy of the theory of Kummer's ideal numbers with chemistry and its prototype in Plato's concept of idea and number. Amer.Math.Man., 1928, 35: 282–90.

KUNCKEL VON LOEWENSTERN, Johann (1630 – 1703)

[journalArticle]DAVIS, Tenney L. Kunckel and the early history of phosphorus. J.Chem.Educ., 1927, 4: 1105–13. [CB 24/453]
[journalArticle]DAVIS, Tenney L. Kunckel's discovery of fulminate. Army Ordnance, 1926, 7: 62. [CB 22/167]
[journalArticle]HEINE, Axel. Johann Kunckel von Löwenstern (1630–1702). Biografisk Essay. [A biographical essay. (In Danish)] Tidsskr.Ind., 1912, 33 p., ill.
[journalArticle]PETERS, Hermann. Kunckels Verdienste um die Chemie. Arch.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech., 1912, 4: 178–214.

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KUNETIUS, Richard (d. after 1380)

[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Richard Kunetius. Query no. 121. Isis, 1950, 41: 52.

KUNG T’ING HSIEN (16th cent., 2nd half)

[book]KUNG T’ING HSIEN. Shou shih pao yuean (Zur Verlängerung des Lebens und zur Erhaltung der Gesundheit) von Kung Ting-Hsien, ins Deutsche übertragen mitsamt den angeführten Recepten von Lo Yung-Hsuen. Einführung von H.E. Scheyer. 174 p. (Arbeiten der Deutsch-Nordischen Gesellschaft für Geschichte der Medizin, der Zahnheilkunde und der Naturwissenschaften, 20) Greifswald: 1938. [CB 59/455]

KUNITOMO, Nootoo (1778 – 1841)

[journalArticle]YAMAMOTO, Issei. Kunitomo and his astronomical activities in the pre-Meizi era. Isis, 1937, 26: 330–5, 3 fig. [CB 51/206]
[journalArticle]YAMAMOTO, Issei. Kunitomo's sun-spot observations during 1835–1836. Bull.Kwasan Observ., 1935, 4: no. 303, 3 p. unnumbered, table.

KUNTH, Karl Sigismund (1788 – 1850)

[journalArticle]HAGEN, Victor W. Von. “Who opened the green world”. The lives of H.B.K. of the botanical descriptions stir with devotion to their historic cause. Frontiers, 1943, 7: 73–6, ill.
The initials H.B.K. often following the names of plants as in Ficus mexicana H.B.K., stand for Humboldt, Bonpland, and Kunth.

KUNZ, George Frederick (1856 – 1932)

[journalArticle]GEORGE FREDERICK KUNZ (1856–1932). American mineralogist, author of many books of historical interest: “Book of the pearl” (1908), “Curious lore of precious stones” (1913), “Magic of jewels and charms” (1915), “Rings” (1917). Obituary by H.P.W. Natur.Hist., 1932, 32: 554, 554, portr.

KUO HSI (b. c.1020)

[book]KUO HSI. An essay on landscape painting, by Kuo Hsi. Transl. from the Chinese by Shio Sakanishi. A foreword by L. Crammer-Byng. 64 p. London: Murray, 1935.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1936, 25: 461–4, 1 pl.

KUO MO-JO (b. 1892)

[journalArticle]HOPKINS, L.C. Sunlight and moonshine. J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 3rd ser., 1942, 102–10, 1 pl. [CB 63/265]
Apropos of a work by Kuo Mo-jo.
[journalArticle]MASPERO, Henri. Notes sur les travaux archéologiques chinois de Tong Tso-Pin (1928) et Kouo Mo-Jo (1930). J.Asiatique, 13 th ser., 1933, 222: 1–18.

KUO SHOU-CHING (1231 – 1316)

[bookChapter]CH’EN PAO-TSUNG. On the Shou-Shih calendar system of Kuo Shou-Ching. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci., (Florence, 1956), (1), p. 430–1. Paris: Hermann, 1958.
[journalArticle]CH’EN PAO-TSUNG. [On the Shou-Shih calendar system of Kuo Shou-ching. (In Chinese with English summary)] Acta Astron.Sinica, 1956, 4: 193–211.
[journalArticle]GAUCHET, L. Note sur la trigonométrie sphérique de Kouo Cheou-King. T’oung Pao, 1917, 18: 151–74.

KURCHATOV, Igor Vasilievich (1903 – 60)

[journalArticle]ALIKHANOV, A.I. Zhizn’, otdannaia nauk. [A life devoted to science. (In Russian)] Priroda, Jan. 1963, no. 1, 32–4.
Apropos of I.V. Kurchatov.
[journalArticle]PAMYATI Igorya Vasil’evicha Kurchatova, biograficheskii ocherk. [In memory of Igor Vasil’evich Kurchatov, biographical sketch. (In Russian)] Usp.Fiz.Nauk, 1961, 73: 593–604; English transl. in Soviet Phys.Usp., 1961, 4: 380–7.
[journalArticle]SHCHELKIN, K.I. Obaianie bol’shogo Talanta. [The fascination of a great talent. (In Russian)] Priroda, Jan. 1963, no. 1, 30–2. [CB 89/581]
Apropos of I.V. Kurchatov.
[journalArticle]VYDAIUSHCHIISIA fizik nashego vremeni. 60 let so dnia rozhdeniia I.V. Kurchatova. Uchenyi-Kommunist. [An eminent physicist of modern times: the 60th birthday of I.V. Kurchatov, scientist-communist. (In Russian)] Priroda, Jan. 1963, no. 1, 25–30.

KURGANOV, Nikolai Gavrilovich (c. 1725 – 1796)

[journalArticle]DENISOV, A.P. [N.G. Kurganov - outstanding 18th century Russian astronomer. (In Russian)] Ist.Astron.Issled., 1960, no. 6, 121–93.

KURNAKOV, Nikolai Semenovich (1860 – 1941)

[journalArticle]CHUKAREV, S.A. Iz vospominanii o N.S. Kurnakove. [Reminiscences of N.S. Kurnakov. (In Russian)] Vop.Ist.Est.Tekh., 1962, no. 13, 105–6.
[journalArticle]KAUFFMAN, George B.; BECK, Alexander. Nikolai Semenovich Kurnakov. J.Chem.Educ., 1962, 39: 44–9.
[book]SOLOVYOV, Yu.I. Ocherki istorii fizikokhimicheskogo analiza. [The history of physico-chemical analysis. (In Russian)] 222 p., 15 fig., 13 portr. Moskva: Izdatelstvo Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1955. [CB 83/265]
Includes a series of chapters dealing with the life and the various aspects of chemical research and discoveries of N.S. Kurnakov.

KURZ, Friedrich (1818 – 71)

[bookChapter]BUSHNELL, David I., Jr. Friedrich Kurz (1818–71), artist­explorer. Annu.Rep.Smithsonian Inst.for 1927, p. 507–27, 8 pl., 6 fig. Washington, D.C: 1928.

KUSHYĀR IBN LABBĀN, al-Jīlī (fl. 971 – 1029)

[journalArticle]WIEDEMANN, Eilhard. Einleitungen zu arabischen astronomischen Werken. Weltall, 1919–20, 20: 21–6, 131–4. [CB 11/432]
Includes annotated translation of the introduction to the astronomic tables by Kushyār ibn Labbān.

KUS’MIN, Rodion Osievich (1891 – 1949)

[journalArticle]VENKOV, B.A.: NATANSON, I.P. Rodion Osievich Kus’min (1891–1949) (nekrolog). [Obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1949, 4: 148–55.

KUSSMAUL, Adolf (1822 – 1902)

[journalArticle]BAST, Theodore H. The life and time of Adolf Kussmaul (1822–1902). Ann.Med.Hist., 1926, 8: 95–127, 4 ill.
[journalArticle]BUESS, Heinrich. Adolf Kussmaul und die Gewerbemedizin. Sudhoffs Arch., 1953, 37: 214–18.

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[book]KUSSMAUL, Adolf. Aus meiner Dozentenzeit in Heiderlberg. Mit dem Bilde des Verstorbenen nach einer Photographie von Max Kögel, hrsg. von Vinzenz Czerny. 3rd ed. 113 p., bibliogr. Stuttgart: Ad. Bonz, 1925.
[book]KUSSMAUL, Adolf. Jugenderinnerungen eines alten Arztes. 14th-18th ed. 519 p., portr. Stuttgart: Bonz, 1931.
[book]KUSSMAUL, Adolf. Über die Behandlung der Magenerweiterung durch eine neue Methode mittelst der Magenpumpe (1869). Eingeleitet von Wilhelm Ebstein. 62 p. (Klassiker der Medizin, 14) Leipzig: J.A. Barth, 1912.

al-KŪTĪ, Sulaimān ibn al-Hārith


KUTTENBERG, Daniel Stolzius von

see STOLCIUS, Daniel

KYESER, Konrad (1366 – 1405)

[journalArticle]KLINCKOWSTROEM, Carl von. Konrad Kyeser. Vortrag gehalten am 10. Juli 1928. Waldenburger Schriften für 1928, p.115–21, 2 ill. [CB 27/437]

KYLAKOV, Aleksandr Antipovich (1898 – 1946)

[journalArticle]ALEKSANDR ANTIPOVICH KYLAKOV (26 marta 1898–26 maiia 1946) (nekrolog). [Aleksandr Antipovich Kylakov, 26 March 1898–26 May 1946, obituary. (In Russian)] Usp.Mat.Nauk, 1947, 2: no. 2, 185 et seq.




LABAT, Jean Baptiste (1663 – 1738)

[book]BETZ, Hans. Westindische und westafrikanische Volkskrankheiten um das Jahr 1700, nach Père Jean Baptiste Labat. (Diss.) 55 p. Würzburg: 1931.
[review]Reviewed by Haberling, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1932, 31: 62–3.
[book]LABAT, Jean Baptiste. Nouveau voyage aux isles de l'Amérique. (Voyage au pays des filibustiers et des Caraïbes.) Préface de Charles Marchesné. vii, 194 p., pl. Paris: Les Oeuvres Représentatives, 1931.

LA BAUME PLUVINEL, Aymar de (1860 – 1938)

[book]BALDET, F. Aymar de La Baume Pluvinel (1860–1938). Notice sur ses travaux scientifiques. Suivi des discours prononcés à l'Académie des Sciences, à la Société Astronomique de France et aux funérailles. 24 p., front., portr. Orléans: Impr. de la Société Astronomique de France, 1939.

LABBÉ, Léon (1832 – 1916)

[journalArticle]FAURE, J.L. Léon Labbé, 1832–1916. Éloge prononcé à l'Académie de Médecine à l'occasion de son Centenaire. Progr.Méd., 1932, no. 52, 2265–83.
Reviewed in Bull.Soc.Franç.Hist.Méd., 1933, 27: 125–7.

LA BIGNE DE VILLENEUVE, Family (fl. 18th - 19th cent.)

[journalArticle]DELAUNAY, Paul. Une dynastie de médecins bretons. Les de la Bigne de Villeneuve. Bull.Soc.Franç.Hist.Méd., 1931, 25: 413–61, 1 facs.

LA BLOTTIÉRE, - (1673 – 1739)

[journalArticle]FROEHLICH, André. The manuscript maps of the Pyrenees by Roussel and La Blottière. Imago Mundi, 1960, 15: 94–104.

LA BOË, François de

see SYLVIUS, Franciscus de la Boë

LA BOÉTIE, Étienne de (1530 – 63)

[book]PAULUS, Claude. Essai sur La Boétie. 85 p., 1 pl., bibliogr. (Collection Lebègue, 96) Bruxelles: Office de Publicité, 1949. [CB 75/66]

LA BROCQUIÈRE, Bertrandon de


LA BROSSE, Guy de (d. 1641)

[journalArticle]ARBER, Agnes. The botanical philosophy of Guy de la Brosse, a study in seventeenth-century thought. Isis, 1913, 1: 359–69.
[journalArticle]GILLE, M. Comment Guy de la Brosse fonda le Jardin des Plantes. Rev.Prat.Biol.Appl.Clin.Thérap., 1933, 26: 234–41.
Reviewed in Bull.Soc.Franç.Hist.Méd., 1934, 28: 252.

LA BRUYÈRE, Jean de (1516 – 94)

[journalArticle]DELÉAGE, E. Un apothicaire ligueur, Jean de la Bruyère, aïeul du grand moraliste. Rev.Hist.Pharm., 1933, 54–63.

LABY, Thomas Howell (1880 – 1946)

[journalArticle]PICKEN, D.K. Thomas Howell Laby, 1880–1946. Obit.Not.Fellows Roy.Soc., 1948, 5: 733–55, portr., bibliogr.

LACAILLE, Nicolas Louis de (1713 – 62)

[journalArticle]ARMITAGE, Angus. The astronomical work of Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille. Ann.Sci., 1956, 12: 163–91.
[journalArticle]ARMITAGE, Angus. Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille. Nature, 1962, 193: 1018–19.
[journalArticle]BIGOURDAN, G. Les travaux de La Caille, particulièrement à l'observatoire du Collège Mazarin. Compt.Rend.Acad.Sci., 1919, 169: 366–71, 454–8.
[journalArticle]BOQUET, F.