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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


Volume 5
15th to 19th centuries

Mansell Publishing Limited
in conjunction with the History of Science Society

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6 Renaissance and Reformation (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries) 3
6 A Science 3
6B Mathematics 13
6 BZ Physical sciences 17
6 FZ Earth sciences 26
6 HY Natural history 44
6 J Biology 45
6 M Sciences of man 48
6 N Medicine 50
6 SA Agriculture 86
6 T Technology 88
6 Y Ancillary disciplines 96
7 Seventeenth century (including references that cover the Renaissance and the Seventeenth century) 101
7 A Science 101
7 B Mathematics 110
7 BZ Physical sciences 116
7 FZ Earth sciences 128
7 HY Natural history 141
7 J Biology 141
7 M Sciences of man 146
7 N Medicine 147
7 SA Agriculture 174
7 T Technology 175
7 Y Ancillary disciplines 181
8 Eighteenth century (including references that cover the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries) 185
8 A Science 185
8 B Mathematics 196
8 BZ Physical sciences 202
8 FZ Earth sciences 217
8 HY Natural history 228
8 J Biology 230
8 M Sciences of man 239
8 N Medicine 241
8 SA Agriculture 280
8 T Technology 284
8 Y Ancillary disciplines 295
9 Nineteenth century (including references that cover the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries) 299
9 A Science 299
9 B Mathematics 309
9 BZ Physical sciences 315
9 FZ Earth sciences 332
9 HY Natural history 345
9 J Biology 347
9 M Sciences of man 360
9 N Medicine 363
9 SA Agriculture 410
9 T Technology 413
9 Y Ancillary disciplines 431
Addenda to Volumes 1, 2 and 3 435
Personalities 437
Institutions 497
Subjects 532
Subject Index 553

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Guide to Users

Although the Bibliography has been arranged in a systematic sequence, it is not necessary for the user to try to understand the way in which the classification scheme has been constructed. The table of contents which lists the order of the civilizations and periods should be a sufficient guide to those who wish to brose. They will also be helped by the running headings on the inner corners of each page which indicates the main period and subject. The arrangement of subjects is the same under each period section and follows that used in Volume 3 (Subjects); a list of main subject headings used in this volume, together with a list of form and aspect subdivisions follows. The full schedules may be found at the end of Volume 4. To avoid fragmentation in presentation, the subheadings have been omitted unless the number of entries renders them desirable. Classmarks are given to enable those who require information on a particular topic to go direct from the subject index (at the end of Volume 5), to the relevant entries. If the topic is very specific, there may be no entry under it in the index because there is no special section on the topic in the Bibliography. In that case, reference should be made to a more general heading. For example, although the word ‘copper’ does not appear in the index there may be information on its history in the sections on ‘metals’ or ‘metallurgy’. Having found the code or classmark (a sequence of numbers and letters) in the index, the user should turn to the body of the Bibliography. The code in the left-hand upper corner of each page is the classmark of the first item on the page, whereas that in the right-hand upper corner refers to the last item. Some classmarks may seem lengthy (necessitated by the number of concepts represented), but to find the required entry very often it will only be necessary to remember or note down the digits and the first two letters.


The codes in this volume are composed of numbers (never more than two), and capital and lower case letters. The numbers represent the ivilizations and periods, the capital letters A-Y the main subject divisions, and the lower case letters a-x the form and aspect subdivisions; y is used to form compound subjects, z for extending the subject alphabetically. It must be emphasized that, although the codes form a shorthand analysis of the contents of the entry, the notation does not reflect the hierarchy of the classification; it is oridinal. Frequently, one number represents a main period division or one capital letter a main subject, but this is not always the case. Thus 15 stands for the Ancient Near East, yet the subsection Israel is denoted by 2. Similarly, although earth sciences has a two letter code FZ, meteorology is represented by G.

The codes are arranged first in the order of the numerals (on the decimal principle), then in alphabetical order of capital letters and thirdly in alphabetical order of the lower case letters. A stop must be imagined after the first digit and after the

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capital letters so that 15 (1.5) files before 2 and Bce (B.ce) files before BAce (BA.ce). The hyphen, which is used to separate two sets of codes, is considered like a stop in filing. Usually, the numerals are followed by capital letters, succeeded where necessary by lower case letters, but in the earlier periods and most of the oriental civilizations where there is a small amount of general material preceding the subject section the numerals are followed by lower case letters and these codes file before those in which the numerals are followed by capitals.

Full explanatory notes on the subject and aspects classification are in Vo,ume 3, pages 621-31. A note on the order of the civilizations and periods may be found on page viii of Volume 4.


1: 2: and 3 For references to Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of the ISIS CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY the form 1: 2: or 3 followed by the page number is used.
: The colon,:, after a number indicates the volume in references to articles in periodicals.
[CB 81/256] This signifies that the original entry is Isis was followed by an annotation or a review which can be found in Isis Critical Bibliography no. 81, p. 256.
* Readers are advised that the entry in the Cumulative Bibliography may be in a different form from that in the Isis Critical Bibliography. It was, of course, essential to make the cataloguing consistent and we have followed the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (North American Text).
A table correlating the numbers of the Critical Bibliographies with the volume numbers of Isis is on page xviii.

Abbreviations used for periodicals will be found on pages xv-xci of Volume 3. A short list of Addenda is on p. xvi of Volume 4. Standard bibliographical abbreviations are used in the entries. The form of entry is explained in detail below.

Form of Entry

The form of entry adopted is the same as in Volumes 1, 2 and 3. It follows that used in the Isis Critical Bibliographies during the last few years. It is:

(a) in the case of books

Author. Title. Edition where applicable. Collation (number of pages, etc.) (Series) Imprint (Place of publication: publisher, year). [CB / ] if entry is annotated. Reviews.


DUNN Leslie Clarence, ed. Genetics in the 20th century: essays in the progress of genetics during its first 50 years. xi, 634 p., portr. New York: Macmillan, 1951. [CB 79/178]

Reviewed by Conway Zirkle, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1952, 31: 150-1; by Bentley Glass, Bull.Hist.Med., 1953. 27: 294-6.

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(b) in the case of periodical articles

Author. Title. Title of periodical (usually abbreviated), year, volume: (part), pages, [CB / ] if entry is annotated.


LEVY-VALENSI, J. Chaire d'histoire de la medicine. Leçon inaugurale. Semp.Hôp.Paris, 1946, 22: 1709-19. [CB 71/310]

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Main Subject Headings in Volume 5

AC Natural magic; Mythology; Pseudosciences
AD History of ideas
AF Philosophy
AK Logic
B Mathematics
BZ Physical sciences
C Physics
D Chemistry
DY Alchemy
F Astronomy
FY Astrology
FZ Earth sciences
G Meteorology
GG Geology
GV Geomorphology
H Geography
HJ Travel and exploration
HU Palaeontology
HY Natural history
J Biology
JR Microbiology
K Botany
L Zoology
M Sciences of man
MA Anthropology
MG Psychology
MP Social sciences
NA Public health and social medicine
O Anatomy and physiology
OH Systems of the body; Specialties of medicine
Q Pathology and clinical medicine
R Therapeutics
RB Surgery
RE Dentistry; Dental surgery
RF Therapeutic arts and practice
RM Pharmacy; Materia medica
S Veterinary medicine
SO Forestry
SP Animal husbandry
SV Food technology
TC Civil engineering
TN Transport engineering
U Mechanical engineering
UB Machines and mechanisms
UK Prime movers; Energy conversion
UT Electrical engineering
V Materials and processes
WJ Town and country planning
WL Building and architecture
WQ Special mechanical technologies
WW Special crafts
X Communications
XC Bookmaking and printing
XJ Electrical communications
XR Military technology
YA Historical sciences
YJ Linguistics
YR Education
YS Bibliography

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Synopsis of Form and Aspect

a geographical subdivisions (for location only)
b common form subdivisions
bu sources of information; documentation
bz prehistory
c general history
cb libraries and archives
cc historical sources
ce literature
cp non-bibliographic sources
d biography
da collective biography
f the history of the subject as a study
g teaching the history of the subject
h history of the subject: historiography; chronology; evolutionary aspects; influences
j psychological aspects
k philosophy and methodology
m fundamental concepts
mz relation with other scientific subject fields
n communication
o the study and teaching of the subject
p organization of the subject
q societies and institutions
r the profession: the person in the subject
s the subject in relation to society as a whole
t the subject in relation to culture and the humanities
u popular aspects of the subject
v ethnic and linguistic subdivisions
w national subdivisions
x techniques and instruments
xw museology
y symbol used to form a compound subject
z symbol used to indicate non­systematic extension of the subject

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The Bibliography

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6 Renaissance and Reformation

Fifteenth and sixteenth centuries


6 Ac general history

[book]ALLEN, P.S. The age of Erasmus. Lectures delivered in the Universities of Oxford and London. 303 p. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1914.
[book]BOAS HALL, Marie. The scientific renaissance 1450–1630. Ed. and introd. by A. Rupert Hall. 380 p., ill. (The Rise of Modern Science, 2) London: Collins; New York: Harper, 1962.
[review]Reviewed by A. Armitage, Ann.Sci., 1960, 16: 272–3; for other reviews see CB 88/588 and CB 89/538.
[bookChapter]BOAS HALL, Marie. Scientific thought. In: Nicoll, Allardyce, ed. Shakespeare in his own age, p. 138–51. Cambridge University Press, 1964.
[journalArticle]CASSIRER, Ernst. Some remarks on the question of the originality of the Renaissance. J.Hist.Ideas, 1943, 4: 49–56.
[journalArticle]CUONZO, Gaetano. I primi promotori dell' indagine moderna nelle scienze e nella medicina: Bernardino Telesio e Giordano Bruno. Riv.Stor.Sci., 1947, 38: 106–22.
[journalArticle]DIJKSTERHUIS, E.J. Renaissance en natuurwetenschap. [Renaissance and natural science. (In Dutch)] Mededel.Ned.Akad.Wetensch.Afd.Lett. 1956, 19: 171–200.
[book]GENTILE, Giovanni. Giordano Bruno e il pensiero del Rinascimento. 298 p. Firenze: Vallechi, 1920.
[book]HAUSER, Henri. La modernité du XVIe siècle. 106 p. Paris: Alcan, 1930.
[review]Reviewed by Preserved Smith, Amer.Hist.Rev., 1930, 36: 190–1.
[book]HAUSER, Henri; RENAUDET, Augustin. Les débuts de l'âge moderne: la Renaissance et la Réforme. 639 p. (Peuples et Civilisations, 8) Paris: Félix Alcan, 1929. [CB 27/445]
[journalArticle]HELLMAN, C. Doris. Science in the Renaissance: a survey. Renaiss.News, 1955, 8: no. 4, 186–200.
[book]KEARNEY, Hugh F., ed. Origins of the scientific revolution. xv, 159 p. London: Longmans, 1964.
[journalArticle]KING, W. James. The natural philosophy of William Gilbert and his predecessors. (Contrib.Mus.Hist.Technol.) Bull.U.S.Nat.Mus., 1959, 218: 121–39.
[journalArticle]KOYRÉ, Alexandre; OLSCHKI, Leonardo; CASSIRER, Ernst. Symposium in honor of the tercentenary of the death of Galileo and the birth of Newton. Phil.Rev., 1943, 52: 333–91.
[journalArticle]LACOIN, M. Sur la gestation de la science moderne (XVe et XVIe siècles). Rev.Hist.Sci., 1956, 9: 193–207.
[book]MIELI, Aldo. La ciencia del Renacimiento: matemática y ciencias naturales. xii, 246 p., 39 fig. (Panorama General de Historia de la Ciencia, 5) Buenos Aires: Espasa-Calpe, 1952.
[review]Reviewed by René Taton, Rev.Hist.Sci., 1956, 9: 93–4.
[book]MIELI, Aldo. La eclosión del Renacimiento. xxii, 400 p., 92 fig. (Panorama General de Historia de la Ciencia, 3) Buenos Aires: Espasa-Calpe, 1951. [CB 78/177]
Volume 4 of this series deals with Leonardo da Vinci for whom see Vol. 2.
[book]THE NEW Cambridge modern history. 1. The Renaissance, 1493–1520. Ed. by G.R. Potter. xxxvi, 531 p. Cambridge University Press, 1957.
[review]Reviewed by Wallace K. Ferguson, Amer.Hist.Rev., 1958, 63: 648–51.
[book]PALTER, Robert M., ed. Toward modern science. 2. Studies in renaissance science. 218 p. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by D. Geoghegan, Ambix, 1961, 9: 51;
[review]by Edward Grant, Speculum, 1962, 37: 291–3;
[review]by R.B. Lindsay, Phys.Today, 1963, 16: no. 10, 68.
[book]PAPP, Desiderio; BABINI, José, La ciencia del Renacimiento: astronomía, física, biología. xii, 193 p., 64 fig. (Panorama General de Historia de la Ciencia, 6) Buenos Aires: Espasa-Calpe, 1952.
[review]Reviewed by René Taton, Rev.Hist.Sci., 1956, 9: 93–4.
[book]PELLIZZARI, Achille. Il Quadrivio nel Rinascimento. 95 p. (Biblioteca della Rassegna, 8) Napoli: Francesco Perrella, 1924. [CB 16/199]
[book]PIRENNE, Henri; et al. La fin du Moyen Âge. 2 vol. 1. La désagrégation du monde médiéval (1285–1453). 564 p.; 2. L'annonce des temps nouveaux (1453–1492). 322 p. (Peuples et Civilisations, 7) Paris: Alcan, 1931. [CB 35/283]
[bookChapter]SARTON, George. Science in the Renaissance. In: Thompson, James Westfall, et al. The civilization of the Renaissance, p. 75–95. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929.
[review]Reviewed by M. Gukovskii, Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1934, 2: 317–18.
[book]LA SCIENCE au seizième siècle. Colloque international de Royaumont 1–4 juillet 1957. 344 p., ill. (Histoire de la Pensée, 2) Paris: Hermann, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by Edward Rosen, Isis, 1962, 53: 253–4; for other reviews see CB 86/485, CB 87/594 and CB 88/589.
For a list of selected papers see Isis 1957, 48: 459.
[book]SELLERY, George Clarke. The Renaissance, its nature and origins. 296 p. Madison, Wisc: University of Wisconsin Press, 1950. [CB 77/382]
[review]Reviewed by Sten Lindroth, Lychnos, 1952, 303–4.
[journalArticle]SINGER, Dorothea Waley. Science and confidence in the rational mind. Centaurus, 1953, 3: 166–82.
[book]SMITH, Preserved. The age of the Reformation. xii, 861 p. New York: Holt, 1920.
[book]TAYLOR, Henry Osborn. Thought and expression in the XVIth century. 2 vol. xiv, 427 p.; iv, 432 p. New York: Macmillan, 1920.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1921, 4: 52–4.

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[journalArticle]TEMPLADO, J. Ciencia y hombres de ciencia en el Renacimiento. Arbor, 1958, 41: 142–5, 153–4.
[book]THOMPSON, James Westfall; et al. The civilization of the Renaissance. ix, 136 p. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929.
[book]THORNDIKE, Lynn. A history of magic and experimental science. Vol. 3 and 4. Fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. xxvi, 827 p.; xvii, 767 p. Vol. 5 and 6. Sixteenth century. xx, 695 p; xviii, 766 p. New York: Columbia University Press, 1934, 1941.
[review]Vol. 3 and 4 reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1935, 23: 471–5; vol. 5 and 6 by Dana B. Durand, ibid.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Magic and science in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Columbia Univ.Quart., 1935, 27: 132–40.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Renaissance or Prenaissance? J.Hist.Ideas, 1943, 4: 65–74.
[book]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Science and thought in the fifteenth century. Studies in the history of medicine and surgery, natural and mathematical science, philosophy and politics. xii, 387 p., 10 pl. New York: Columbia University Press, 1929.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1930, 14: 235–40.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. An unidentified work by Giovanni da' Fontana: “Liber de omnibus rebus anturalibus”. Isis, 1931, 15: 31–46.
[book]VIVIER, P. Montaigne, auteur scientifique. 41 p. Paris: Maurice Mendel, [1921] [CB 12/591]
[bookChapter]VOISÉ, Waldemar. L'universalisme épistémologique et l'émancipation des sciences au XVIe siècle. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 287–9. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[book]WARBURG, A. Die Erneuerung der heidnischen Antike. Kulturwissenschaftliche Beiträge zur Geschichte der europäischen Renaissance. Mit einem Anhang unveröffentlichter Zusätze. 2 vol. xx, 725 p., 96 pl. (Gesammelte Schriften, 1, 2) Leipzig: Teubner, 1932. [CB 42/602]
[book]WIGHTMAN, William P.D. Science and the Renaissance. 2 vol. 1. An introduction to the study of the emergence of the sciences in the sixteenth century. xv, 327 p., ill.; 2. An annotated bibliography of the sixteenth-century books relating to the sciences in the library of the University of Aberdeen. xiv, 293 p., ill. (Aberdeen University Studies, 143–4) Edinburgh/London: Oliver and Boyd (for the University of Aberdeen); New York: Hafner Publishing Co., 1962.
[review]Reviewed by F.N.L. Poynter, Med.Hist., 1964, 8: 91–2; for other reviews see CB 89/540 and CB 90/564.
[journalArticle]WIGHTMAN, William P.D. Science and the Renaissance. Hist.Sci., 1964, 3: 1–19.
See also 6 HKAmzA
6 Ac-br/da bibliography; collective biography 6 Ac-br
Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance. Travaux & Documents. Vol. 1– Paris: Droz, 1941–
Formerly Humanisme et Renaissance, vol. 1–7, 1934–40.
For a general review of volumes 1–12 by G. Lafeuille see Isis, 1952, 43: 62–4.
6 Ac-bv
[book]AMERICAN Council of Learned Societies. Committee on Renaissance Studies. Survey of recent scholarship in the period of Renaissance. First series. Providence, R.I: 1945. [CB 69/235]
Twelve surveys including one on science by Francis R. Johnson and Sanford V. Larkey (39 p.).
[journalArticle]GUERLAC, Henry. Recent studies in the history of Renaissance science. Renaiss.News, 1964, 17: 53–8.
[journalArticle]JOHNSON, Francis R.; LARKEY, Sanford V. Science. Mod.Lang.Quart., 1941, 2: 363–401.
General account of studies concerning science during the Renaissance.
6 Acd
[book]AMERBACH, Johann; AMERBACH, Bonifacius. Die Amerbachkorrespondenz. Bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Alfred Hartmann. 4 vol. 1. Die Briefe aus der Zeit Johann Amerbachs, 1481–1513. xxiii, 485 p.; 2. Die Briefe aus den Jahren 1514–1524. 543 p.; 3. Die Briefe aus den Jahren 1525–1530. viii, 582 p.; 4. Die Briefe aus den Jahren 1531–1536. xi, 503 p. Basel: Verlag der Universitätsbibliothek, 1942–43. [CB 73/131]
[review]Vol. 1 and 2 reviewed by Bror Olsson, Lychnos, 1942, 290–1; 1944–45, 314.
[book]LECHNER, Joseph. Die spätmittelalterliche Handschriftengeschichte der Benediktinerinnenabtei St. Walburg, Eichstätt (Bayern). vi, 103 p., 1 pl. (Eichstätter Studien, 2) Münster i. W: Aschendorff, 1937.
[book]PALTSITS, Victor Hugo. A Renaissance illuminated manuscript of Valerius Maximus. From the library of the Aragonese kings of Naples. 9 p. (Bull.N.Y.Public Libr.) New York: 1929.
[bookChapter]POULLE, Emmanuel. Les manuscrits scientifiques d'Arnaud de Bruxelles. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 611–13. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Uncatalogued texts in MS. All Souls College 81, Oxford. Ambix, 1959, 7: 34–41.
[journalArticle]MS of texts, mainly of the 15th century. 6 Ace
[journalArticle]BÜHLER, Curt F. Scientific and medical incunabula in American librarires. Isis, 1944, 35: 173–5.
[journalArticle]BÜHLER, Curt F. The statistics of scientific incunabula. Isis, 1948, 39: 163–8.
[journalArticle]HARASZTI, Zoltán. Dr. Sarton on scientific incunabula. Isis, 1947, 32: 52–62.
[book]HEIBERG, J.L., ed. Anonymi logica et quadrivium. xx, 144 p. (Hist.Fil.Medd.Danske Vidensk.Selsk., vol. 15, no. 1) Kopenhagen: Host, 1929. [CB 30/446]
The Quadrivium was printed twice: Venice 1533, Basel 1556; the arithmetical part alone in Paris 1538.
[review]Reviewed by Heinrich Wieleitner, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1930, 1: 1050–1.
[journalArticle]KLEBS, Arnold C. Gleanings from incunabula of science and medicine. Pap.Bibliogr.Soc.Amer., 1932, 26: 52–88.
[journalArticle]SARTON. George. Incunabula wrongly dated. Fifteen examples with eighteen illustrations. Isis, 1949, 40: 227–40, 18 fig.
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. The scientific literature transmitted through the incunabula. (An analysis and discussion illustrated with sixth facs.) Osiris, 1938, 5: 41–245, ill, 60 facs. [CB 57/157]
[bookChapter]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Manuscript versus incunabulum. Mélanges Louis Halphen, p. 693–9. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1951.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn.Some unpublished minor works bordering on science written in the late fifteenth century. Speculum, 1964, 39: 85–95. 6 Ace-bu
[journalArticle]KLEBS, Arnold C. Desiderata in the cataloguing of incunabula. Pap.Bibliogr.Soc.Amer., 1916, 10: 143–63. 6 Ace-bv
[book]BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA. Census of fifteenth century books owned in America. Compiled by a Committee of the Bibliographical Society of America. xxiv, 245 p. A second census of fifteenth century books owned in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Ed. by Margaret Bingham Stillwell. xlvi, 619 p. New York: 1919, 1940. [CB 60/96]

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[book]BIBLIOTEKA JAGELLIOŃSKA. Katalog wystawy druków krakowskich XV. Go i XVI-go wieku. [Exhibition catalogue of the books printed in Cracow in the 15th and 16th centuries. (In Polish)] 58 p., 10 pl. Cracow: Gebethner and Wolff, 1936.
[journalArticle]BRITISH MUSEUM. Department of Printed Books. Catalogue of books printed in the fifteenth century now in the British Museum. By A.W. Pollard, assisted by A.J.K. Esdaile and others. Parts 1–8. Vacs. London: 1908–49.
Reprinted 1963.
[book]GOFF, Frederick R. Fifteenth century books in the Library of Congress. A check list. 82 p. Washington, D.C: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950. [CB 77/320]
[journalArticle]KLEBS, Arnold C. Incunabula scientifica et medica. Osiris, 1937, 4: 1–360.
Selected list of some 3000 editions of some 1000 titles. For a special memoir on the subject see Sarton, George, 6 Ace. For reviews see CB 53/215, CB 55/145 and CB 60/95.
[journalArticle]KONGELIGE BIBLIOTEK, Copenhagen. Katalog over det Kongelige Biblioteks Inkunabler, ved Victor Madsen. 2 vol. København: Levin & Munksgaard, 1931–38. [CB 57/156]
[book]POLAIN, Louis. Catalogue des livres imprimés du XVe siècle des bibliothèques de Belgique. 4 vol. xxx, 772, 748, 795, 600 p., ill. Bruxelles: Société des Bibliophiles et Iconophiles de Belgique, 1933.
[book]POULLE, Emmanuel. La bibliothèque scientifique d'un imprimeur humaniste au XVᵉ siècle: catalogue des manuscrits d'Arnaud de Bruxelles à la Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris. 103 p. (Travaux d'Humanisme et Renaissance, 57) Geneva: Librairie Droz, 1963. [CB 89/541]
[review]Reviewed by Richard H. Rouse, Speculum, 1964, 39: 739–41;
[review]by Ernest Wickersheimer, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1964, 17: 171–2.
[book]SALLANDER, Hans. Katalog der Inkunabeln der Kgl. Universitäts­Bibliothek zu Uppsala. Neuerwerbungen seit dem Jahre 1907. 176 p. (Bibliotheca Ekmaniana, 59) Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri AB, 1953.
[review]Reviewed by Ernest Wickersheimer, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1954 7: 73–5.
An earlier Catalog, by Isak Collijn, was published in 1907.
[book]TCHEMERZINE, Avenir. Bibliographie d'ouvrages sur les sciences et les arts édités aux XVe et XVIe siècles. 160 p., facs. Courbevoie (Seine): Anc. Editions Poulalion, 1933. [CB 66/261]
[journalArticle]WIGHTMAN, William P.D. Science and the Renaissance. 2. An annotated bibliography … See 6 Ac 6 Ace-by
[journalArticle]LINDBERG, Sten. [Die Büchersammlung König Johanns III. (In Swedish, with Gerrman summary)] Lychnos, 1937, 2: 212–20. [CB 49/183]
6 Acf FOR Reisch's encyclopaedia “Margarita philosophica” see
Volume 2 under Reisch
6 Acl-54
[bookChapter]BUTLER, Pierce. Fifteenth century editions of Arabic authors in Latin translation. MacDonald presentation volume, p. 63–71, 4 pl. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1933.
Followed by a note on the earliest printing of Arabic.
6 Acm
[journalArticle]ARRIGHI, Gino. Benedetto Saminati e il manoscritto 2723 della Biblioteca Governativa di Lucca. Physis, 1960, 2: 325–57.
A book of drawings, covering a variety of scientific and technological subjects. Horology; astronomical calculations; sundry mechanisms; geometry.
[journalArticle]BENESCH, O. Leonardo da Vinci and the beginning of scientific drawing. Amer.Scient., 1943, 31: 311–28, 8 fig.
[journalArticle]HEYDENREICH, L.H.; et al. Ursprünge und Anfänge der Renaissance. Wissenschaftliche Tagung des Zentralinstituts für Kunstgeschichte, München (18.-20.3.1954). Kunstchronik, 1954, 7: 113–48. [CB 83/234]
Includes a number of papers on illustrations.
[journalArticle]FOR scientific illustrations see also
Volume 2 under Leonardo da Vinci dk
6 Ada
[book]DA BISTICCI, Vespasiano. Vite di uomini illustri del secolo XV. A cura di Paolo d'Ancona ed Erhard Aeschlimann. xxxii, 564 p., 86 ill. Milano: Hoepli, 1951.
First published Rome 1839.
[book]SARTON, George. Six wings: men of science in the Renaissance. xiv, 318 p., 16 fig., 8 pl. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1957.
[review]Reviewed by Doris Hellman, Isis, 1957, 48: 375–7; for other reviews see CB 83/235, CB 84/347, CB 85/235 and CB 88/589.
6 Af Renaissance history as a study
[journalArticle]BARON, Hans. Moot problems of Renaissance interpretation: an answer to Wallace K. Ferguson [see below]. J.Hist.Ideas, 1958, 19: 26–34.
[journalArticle]BARON, Hans. The ‘Querelle’ of the Ancients and Moderns as a problem for Renaissance scholarship. J.Hist.Ideas, 1959, 20: 3–22.
[journalArticle]BARON, Hans. Towards a more positive evaluation of the fifteenth-century Renaissance. J.Hist.Ideas, 1943, 4: 21–49.
[journalArticle]BROWN, Harcourt. The Renaissance and historians of science. Stud.Renaiss., 1960, 7: 27–42.
[book]FERGUSON, Wallace K. The Renaissance in historical thought: five centuries of interpretation. xiii, 429 p. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1948.
[book]HELTON, Tinsley, ed. The Renaissance. A reconsideration of the theories and interpretations of the age. vi, 160 p. Madison, Wisc: University of Wisconsin Press, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by E.N. Tigerstedt, Lychnos, 1962, 274–9.
[journalArticle]PANOFSKY, Erwin. Renaissance and renascences. Kenyon Rev., 1944, 6: 201–63, 22 pl., 1 facs.
[bookChapter]ROSEN, Edward. Renaissance science as seen by Burckhardt and his successors. Symposium on the Renaissance (University of Wisconsin, 1959), p. 77–103. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1961.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. The study of western science of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Med.Life, 1925, 32: 117–27.
Lecture delivered in Washington on Jan. 1. 1925, at the joint meeting of the History of Science Society and of the Historical Section of the A.A.A.S.
[journalArticle]WEISINGER, Herbert. The attack on the Renaissance in theology today. Stud.Renaiss., 1955, 2: 176–89.
[journalArticle]WEISINGER, Herbert. English attitudes toward the relationship between the Renaissance and the Reformation. Church Hist., 1945, 14: 23 p.
[journalArticle]WEISINGER, Herbert. English treatment of the relationship between the rise of science and the Renaissance, 1740–1840. Ann.Sci., 1951, 7: 248–74.
[journalArticle]WEISINGER, Herbert. The self-awareness of the Renaissance as a criterion of the Renaissance. Pap.Mich.Acad.Sci.Arts Lett., 1944, 29: 561–7.
[journalArticle]YAJIMA, Suketoshi. Projet d'histoire des sciences au XVe siècle. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1960, 13: 268–9.
Japanese version in J.Hist.Sci.Japan, 1960, 55: 1–9.

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[journalArticle]RENAISSANCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA. [Announcement of foundation.] Isis, 1954, 45: 197. 6 Ah historiography; special aspects of Renaissance history 6 Ahg
[journalArticle]LILLEY, Samuel. Robert Recorde and the idea of progress. A hypothesis and verification. Renaiss.Mod.Stud., 1958, 2: 3–37.
[journalArticle]WEISINGER, Herbert. Louis Le Roy on science and progress (1575). Osiris, 1954, 11: 199–210, 1 fig. 6 Ahj-26
[journalArticle]AGOSTINI, Amedeo. Sul sorgere della scienza moderna. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1950, 3: 391–5, 397–8.
A comment on J. Putman's paper, see below, whose reply appears ibid., 395–7.
[book]GEANAKOPLOS, Deno John. Greek scholars in Venice. Studies in the dissemination of Greek learning from Byzantium to Western Europe. xiii, 348 p., 13 pl. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1962.
[review]Reviewed by Louis Binz, Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1963, 25: 482–3.
[journalArticle]MAHNCKE, Dietrich. Rektor Casmann in Stade, ein vergessener Gegner aristotelischer Philosophie und Naturwissenschaft im 16. Jahrh. Arch.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech., 1914, 5: 183–97, 226–40, 352–63.
[journalArticle]PUTMAN, J. De l'origine et de la fin de la science grecque et de l'origine de la science moderne. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1949, 2: 444–51.
[journalArticle]WASIK, Wiktor. L'aristotélisme populaire comme fragment de la Renaissance. Rev.Hist.Phil., 1935, 9: 33–66. 6 Ahj-28
[journalArticle]BARON, Hans. Aulus Gellius in the Renaissance and a manuscript from the School of Guarino. Stud.Philol., 1951, 48: 107–25. 6 Ahj-49
[book]SARTON, George. The appreciation of ancient and medieval science during the Renaissance (1450–1600). 233 p., ill. (The Rosenbach Fellowship in Bibliography) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1955.
[review]Reviewed by Francis R. Johnson, Isis, 1957, 48: 373–5; for other reviews see CB 82/237, CB 83/235, CB 84/347 and CB 85/423.
6 Ahj-5
[journalArticle]ROSSI, Paolo. The legacy of Ramon Lull in sixteenth-century thought. Mediaeval Renaiss.Stud., 1961, 5: 182–213. 6 Ak philosophy and methodology
for philosophy and methodology of the separate sciences see INDEX
[journalArticle]GRANT, Edward. Late medieval thought, Copernicus, and the scientific revolution. J.Hist.Ideas, 1962, 23: 197–220.
[journalArticle]HESSE, Mary B. Gilbert and the historians. Brit.J.Phil.Sci., 1960, 11: 1–10, 130–42. 6 Akd
[journalArticle]GRANT, Edward. Hypothesis in late medieval and early modern science. Daedalus Amer.Acad.Arts Sci., 1962, 91: 599–616. 6 Ake
[book]GILBERT, Neal Ward. Renaissance concepts of method. xxv, 255 p., bibliogr. New York: Columbia University Press, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by Lewis W. Spitz, Isis, 1962, 53: 406–8;
[review]by W.J. Ong, Bull.Hist.Med., 1961, 35: 386–8.
[journalArticle]LEDOUBLE, A.F. Rabelais. Précurseur de la méthode expérimentale. Aesculape, 1914, 4: 42–5, 10 fig.
[journalArticle]ZILSEL, Edgar. The origins of William Gilbert's scientific method. J.Hist.Ideas, 1941, 2: 1–32.
[bookChapter]ZUBOV, Vassilii. Expérience scientifique et expérience technique à l'époque de la Renaissance. Proc.10th Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 65–80. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
With comments by Michael Hoskin.
[journalArticle]ZUBOV, Vassilii. [Scientific and technological experiment during the Renaissance. (In Polish)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1963, 8: 339–54. 6 An communication 6 Anb
[journalArticle]COOMARASWAMY, Ananda K. The iconography of Dürer's ‘knots’ and Leonardo's ‘concatenation’. Art Quart., Spring 1944, 109–28, 18 fig. 6 Anh
[journalArticle]JOHNSON, Francis R. Latin versus English: the sixteenth-century debate over scientific terminology. Stud.Philol., 1944, 41: 109–35.
6 Anq FOR translators see
Volume 1 under Forcadel
Volume 2 under:- Melanchthon; Mielot; Scaliger, G.C.; Scaliger, J.J.; Schenk; Strozzi
6 Ans
[journalArticle]JOHNSON, Francis R. “A newe Herball of Macer” and Banckes's “Herball”: Notes on Robert Wyer and the printing of cheap handbooks of science in the sixteenth century. Bull.Hist.Med., 1944, 15: 246–60.
6 Aov FOR popularizers of science see
Volume 1 under Hill, Thomas (b.1528)
6 Apw international relations
[book]CHEW, Samuel C. The crescent and the rose: Islam and England during the Renaissance. xviii, 583 p., 16 ill. New York: Oxford University Press, 1937.
[review]Reviewed by D.S. Margoliouth, J.Roy.Asiatic Soc., 1939, 142–3.
[journalArticle]CHEW, Samuel C. Islam and England during the Renaissance. Moslem World, 1941, 31: 371–99.
Notes supplementary to the author's “The crescent and the rose” (see Isis, 33: 135).
[journalArticle]FRANÇOIS, Alexis. Rabelais et les Suisses. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1954, 16: 118–23.
[journalArticle]GLESINGER, Lavoslav. Conrad Gessners Beziehungen zu einem kroatischen Gelehrten. Gesnerus, 1950, 7: 27–50.
The scholar was Paul Skalich.
[journalArticle]GRÈVE, Marcel de. Une exposition “Rabelais et les Pays-Bas” à Bruxelles. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1955, 17: 88–9.
[journalArticle]GRÈVE, Marcel de. Rebelais au pays de Brueghel. Refléxions sur la popularité de Rabelais dans les Pays-Bas du XVIᵉ siècle. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1955, 17: 154–87.
[book]PANHORST, Karl Heinrich. Deutschland und Amerika; ein Rückblick auf das Zeitalter der Entdeckungen und die ersten deutsch-amerikanischen Verbindungen unter besonderer Beachtung der Unternehmungen der Fugger und Welser. xi, 308 p. München: Reinhardt, 1928.
[journalArticle]PHILLIPS, Edward C., S.J. The correspondence of Father Christopher Clavius, S.J., preserved in the Archives of the Pont. Gregorian University. Arch.Hist.Soc.Iesu, 1939, 8: 193–222. [CB 59/423]
Half of the letters came from abroad.

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[journalArticle]WELTI, Manfred E. Englisch-baslerische Beziehungen zur Zeit der Renaissance in der Medizin, den Naturwissenschaften, und der Naturphilosophie. Gesnerus, 1963, 20: 105–30. 6 As relations with society 6 Asr-ns
[book]CLYDE, William M'Callum. The struggle for the freedom of the press from Caxton to Cromwell. xvi, 360 p. London/New York: Oxford University Press (for St. Andrews University), 1934.
[review]Reviewed by Oron James Hale, Amer.Hist.Rev., 1936, 41: 338–40.
6 Ast
[journalArticle]MARICHAL, Robert. Rabelais et la réforme de la justice. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1952, 14: 176–92. 6 Asy Utopias
[bookChapter]CORSANO, Antonio. Jérôme Cardan et l'Utopie. Les utopies à la Renaissance, Act. 1ᵉʳ Colloq.Int.Inst.Étud.Renaissance Hum.Univ.Bruxelles (1961), p. 91–8. Bruxelles: Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles; Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1963.
[bookChapter]GANDILLAC, Maurice de. Les ‘semi-utopies’ scientifiques, politiques et religieuses du Cardinal Nicolas de Cues. Les utopies à la Renaissance, Act. 1ᵉʳ Colloq.Int.Inst.Étud.Renaissance Hum.Univ.Bruxelles (1961), p. 41–71. Bruxelles: Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles; Paris: Presses Universitaires de France; 1963.
[book]LES UTOPIES à la Renaissance. 278 p. (Colloq.Int.Inst.Etud.Renaissance Hum.Univ.Bruxelles (1961)) Brussels/Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1963. [CB 90/564]
See also Volume 2 under More, T.
6 At relations with the humanities
[journalArticle]BLUMENBERG, Hans. Der kopernikanische Umsturz und die Weltstellung des Menschen. Eine Studie zum Zusammenhang von Naturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte. Stud.Gen., Nov. 1955, 8: 637–48.
[book]DI LEO, Emilio. Scienza e umanesimo in Gerolamo Fracastoro. Salerno: Spadaforo, 1935.
[review]Reviewed by F.P., Riv.Stor.Sci., 1954, 45: 196–7.
[book]HOOYKAAS, R. Humanisme, science et réforme. Pierre de la Ramée (1515–1572). xi, 133 p., front. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1958.
[book]HUIZINGA, J. The waning of the Midlde Ages: a study of the forms of life, thought and art in France and the Netherlands in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Transl. from the 2nd Dutch edition, 1921. viii, 328 p. London: Edward Arnold, 1924.
First Dutch edition Haarlem: 1919. [CB 10/138]
[journalArticle]KLEIN, Robert. Les humanistes et la science. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1961, 23: 7–16. 6 Atd
[journalArticle]DANIELS, G.H., Jr. Knowledge and faith in the thought of Cornelius Agrippa. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1964, 26: 326 et seq.
[journalArticle]KNAPPERT, L. Kerk en wetenschap iin Vesalius' dagen. [Church and science in the days of Vesalius. (In Dutch)] Ned.Tijdschr.Geneesk., 1915, 1: 17–30.
[book]O'MALLEY, Charles Donald. Jacopo Aconcio. Traduzione di Delio Cantimori. xxviii, 215 p. (Uomini e dottrine, 2) Roma: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1955.
[review]Reviewed by Dorothy M. Schullian, Isis, 1956, 47: 201–3;
[review]by Frederic C. Church, Amer.Hist.Rev., 1956, 61: 462–3.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Science and religion in a [fifteenth century Latin] manuscript at Graz [University Library 951]. Speculum, 1963, 38: 483.
[journalArticle]FOR the relation of science and religion see also
Volume 1 under:- Castellion; Copernicus drAsf
Volume 2 under:- Servetus; Thomas à Kempis
6 Atf
[journalArticle]MASON, S.F. The scientific revolution and the Protestant Reformation. 1. Calvin and Servetus in relation to the new astronomy and the theory of the circulation of the blood. Ann.Sci., 1953, 9: 64–87. 2. Lutheranism in relation to iatrochemistry and German nature-philosophy. Ibid., 154–75.
[journalArticle]PELSENEER, Jean. L'origine protestante de la science moderne. Lychnos, 1946–7, 246–8.
[bookChapter]PELSENEER, Jean. La réforme du 16e siècle à l'origine de la science moderne. La Science au Seizième Siècle, Colloq.Int.Royaumont, 1957, p. 151–68. Paris: Hermann, 1960.
[journalArticle]PELSENEER, Jean. La réforme et l'origine de la science moderne. Rev.Univ.Bruxelles, 1953–54, 6: 406–18. 6 Ath
[journalArticle]FRENZEL, Elisabeth. Paracelsus as a literary theme. Ciba Symp. (Summit, N.J.), 1964, 12: 190–6.
[journalArticle]NICOLSON, Marjorie Hope. Two voices: science and literature. Amer.Scient., 1963, 51: 454–62. 6 Atk
[book]CLARK, Cumberland. Shakespeare and science. A study of Shakespeare's interest in, and literary and dramatic use of natural phenomena; with an account of the astronomy, astrology, and alchemy of his day, and his attitude towards these sciences. 262 p. Birmingham:Cornish, 1929.
[bookChapter]MONTEIRO, Arlindo Camilo. “Os Lusiadas” devant l'histoire de la science et de la culture. Act.Vᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Lausanne, 1947), p. 252–61. Paris: Académie Internationale d'Histoire des Sciences, 1948.
[journalArticle]WLLSON, D.B. The discovery of nature in the work of Jacques Peletier du Mans. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1954, 16: 298–311.
[journalArticle]FOR the relation of science and poetry see also
Volume 1 under Camôes
6 Atq
[book]STOKES, Adrian. Art and science. A study of Alberti, Piero della Francesca and Giorgione. 75 p., ill. London: Faber and Faber, 1949.
[journalArticle]FOR the relation of science and the arts see also
Volume 1 under:- Bosch; Dürer
Volume 2 under:- Leonardo da Vinci; Michelangelo; Vasari
6 Atq-nb
[journalArticle]BURGER, D. Old tapestries representing the seven liberal arts. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1950, 3: 859–73, 6 fig. 6 Aw in different countries 6 Awa North and South America 6 Awa-hh
[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C.; ALTON, Arthur S. Chronology of events of scientific importance in North and South America in the sixteenth century. Archeion, 1940, 22: 382–97. 6 Awc
for relations with other countries see 6 Apw
[journalArticle]IVES, S.A. Alonso de la Vera Cruz: the father of scientific and legal study in America. Rare Books, 1947, 5: 1–5, facs. [CB 71/85]

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6 Awe British Isles
for relations with other countries see 6 Apw
[book]KINGSFORD, Charles Lethbridge. Prejudice and promise in fifteenth century England. 215 p. (The Ford Lectures, 1923–24) Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925.
[journalArticle]NICOLL, Allardyce. The Elizabethans. viii, 174 p., ill. Cambridge University Press, 1957. [CB 83/234] 6 Awe-ce
[journalArticle]BEAUJOUAN, Guy. La science anglaise dans les bibliothèques de Salamanque au XVe siècle. Mediaeval Renaiss.Stud., 1961, 5: 249–69.
[review]Reviewed by François Masai, Scriptorium, 1962, 16: 113.
[journalArticle]KLOTZ, Edith L. A subject analysis of English imprints for every tenth year from 1480 to 1640. Huntington Libr.Quart., 1938, 1: 417–19. 6 Awe-ce-bv
[book]POLLARD, A.W.; REDGRAVE, G.R.; ed. A short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland: and of English books printed abroad, 1475–1640. xvi, 609 p. London: Quaritch (for the Bibliographical Society), 1926. 6 Awe-cf
[journalArticle]LARKEY, Sanford V. Scientific glossaries in sixteenth century English boks. Bull.Inst.Hist.Med., 1937, 5: 105–14. 6 Awe-da
[book]FORBES-LEITH, William. Prereformation scholars. Scotland in the XVIth century. Their writings and their public services. With a bibliogr. and list of graduates from 1500 to 1560. vi, 155 p. Glasgow: Mac Lehose, 1915. 6 Awe-daj
[book]NUGENT, Elizabeth M., ed. The thought and culture of the English Renaissance. An anthology of Tudor prose 1481–1555. Introductions by Douglas Bush, Eloise L. Pafort, W. Gordon Zeeveld, Gertrude Annan, W.E. Campbell, F.S. Boas, H.S. Bennett. xx, 703 p. Cambridge University Press, 1956. [CB 82/237] 6 Awe-t
[journalArticle]JACQUOT, Jean. Humanisme et science dans l'Angleterre élizabéthaine: l'oeuvre de Thomas Blundeville. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1953, 6: 180–202. 6 Awe-td
[book]KOCHER, Paul H. Science and religion in Elizabethan England. xii, 340 p. San Marino, Calif: The Huntington Library, 1953.
[review]Reviewed by Francis R. Johnson, Isis, 1954, 45: 211–12;
[review]by Kenneth MacLean, J.Hist.Med., 1954, 9: 483–6.
6 Awe-th
[book]BRADBROOK, M.C. The school of night: a study of the literary relationships of Sir Walter Ralegh. viii, 190 p. Cambridge University Press, 1936.
[review]Reviewed by Francis R. Johnson, Isis, 1938, 29: 113–15.
6 Awf France
for relations with other countries see 6 Apw
[book]SIMONE, Franco. Il rinascimento francese. Studi e recerche. xvi, 459 p. (Biblioteca di Studi Francesi, 1) Turin: Società Editrice Internazionale, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by E.N. Tigerstedt, Lychnos, 1962, 274–9.
[journalArticle]TILLEY, Arthur. Studies in the French Renaissance. x, 331 p., 7 pl. Cambridge University Press, 1922. [CB 15/160] 6 Awf-hh
[journalArticle]BRUNET, Pierre. Table chronologique du XVIe siècle concernant la France. Archeion, 1942, 24: 198–216. 6 Awf-oq
[bookChapter]LEFRANC, Abel. Les commencements du Collège de France (1529–1544). Mélanges d'histoire offerts à Henri Pirenne, (I), p. 291–306. Bruxelles: Vromant, 1926.
[journalArticle]LEFRANC, Abel. Nicolas Clénard, humaniste belge, et les commencements du Collège de France. Compt.Rend.Acad.Inscriptions Belles Lett., 1941, 422–39.
Apropos of Alphonse Roersch's edition of Clénard's correspondence.
6 Awf-qd
[book]YATES, Frances. The French academies of the sixteenth century. xii, 376 p. London: Warburg Institute, 1947.
[review]Reviewed by Crane Brinton, Speculum, 1948, 23: 737.
6 Awf-tk
[book]SCHMIDT, Albert-Marie. La poésie scientifique en France au seizième siècle. Peletier, Ronsard, Scève, Baif, Belleau, du Bartas, les Cosmologues, les Hermétistes. De l'influence des sciences et des méthodes de pensée sur la création poétique (1555–1610). (Thèse) 378 p. Paris: Michel, 1940. 6 Awg Germany; Switzerland
for relations with other countries see 6 Apw
[book]SRBIK, Robert von. Die “Margarita philosophica” des Gregor Reisch (d. 1525). Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften in Deutschland. 123 p. (Denkschr.Akad.Wiss.Wien Math.Naturwiss.Kl., 104) Wien: Hölder-Pichler-Tempsky, 1941.
[review]Reviewed by Sten Lindroth, Lỳchnos, 1943, 364–65.
6 Awg-or
[journalArticle]KNOD, Gust.C. Deutsche Studenten in Bologna. See 6 Awi-or 6 Awg-t
[book]RITTER, Gerhard. Erasmus und der deutsche Humanistenkreis am Oberrhein. Eine Gedenkrede. Mit einem Anhang: Die Erasmusdrucke der Freiburger Universitätsbibliothek von Josef Rest. 85 p. (Freiburger Universitätsreden, 23) Freiburg i. Br: 1937.
[review]Reviewed by Zaunick, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1941–42, 40: 40.
6 Awh Czechoslovakia; Poland
[book]BARYCZ, Henryk. Dzieje nauki w Polsce w epoce Odrodzenia. [The history of science in Poland during the Renaissance. (In Polish)] 2nd rev. ed. 243 p. Warsaw: Panstwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, 1957.
[review]Reviewed by W. Voisé, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1958, 11: 183–4.
[journalArticle]DOBROWOLSKI, Kazimierz. Science and scholarship in Poland up to the close of the XVIth century. Organon, 1936, 1: 43–110.
[book]HAJDUKIEWICZ, Leszek. Ksiegozbiór i zainterresowania bibliofilskie Piotra Tomickiego na tel jego dzialalności kulturalnej. [Collected works and bibliographical notes of Peter Tomicki on the subject of his cultural activities. (In Polish)] 261 p. (Monografie z Dziejów Nauki i Techniki, 18) Wroclaw, Areszawa, Kraków: Zaklad Narodowy Imienia Ossolińskich Wydawnictwo Polskiej Akademii Nauk, 1961. 6 Awh-hh
[journalArticle]VETTER, Quido. Tablas cronológicas para Československo. Archeion, 1943, 25: 41–54. 6 Awi Italy
[book]BURCKHARDT, Jacob. The civilization of the Renaissance in Italy. Transl. from the German by S.G.C. Middlemore. Introd. by Benjamin Nelson and Charles Trinkaus. 2 vol. xix, 516 p., 234 ill. (Torchbooks, 40, 41) New York: Harper, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Ralph E. Giesey, Isis, 1959, 50: 75–6.
For original German 14th edition see below.

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[book]BURCKHARDT, Jacob. Die Kultur der renaissance in Italien. Ein Versuch. 14th ed. viii, 538 p. Leipzig: Alfred Kröner, 1925. [CB 24/553]
[bookChapter]BURCKHARDT, Max. Jacob Burckhardt in Rom. Prolegomena zur Bioigraphie seiner italienischen Wanderjahre unter Verwendung unbekannter Zeitungsberichte Burckhardts. Festschrift Karl Schwarber, p. 81–98. Basel: 1949.
[journalArticle]CASTIGLIONI, Arturo. Il rinascimento scientifico italiano nella storia della civiltà europea. Relazione al Congr.Int.Stor.Med. (Roma, 1930). Minerva Med., 1930, 21: 21: (2), 749–55.
[journalArticle]DURAND, Dana B. Tradition and innovation in fifteenth century Italy. “Il primato dell' Italia” in the field of science. J.Hist.Ideas, 1943, 4: 1–20. [CB 64/427]
[book]ERCOLE, Francesco. Da Bartolo all’Altusio. Saggi sulla storia del pensiero publicistico del Rinascimento Italiano. 429 p. Florence: Vallecchi, 1932.
[review]Reviewed by Mario Einaudi, Speculum, 1936, 11: 405–9
[book]GNUDI, Martha Teach; WEBSTER, Jerone Pierce. The life and times of Gaspare Tagliacozzi, surgeon of Bologna, 1545–1599, with a documented study of the scientific and cultural life of Bologna in the sixteenth century. xxii, 538 p., 77 fig. New York: Reichern, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by J.B. de C.M. Saunders, Isis, 1951, 42: 246–7;
[review]by Ernest Wickersheimer, Rev.Hist.Sci., 1952, 5: 377–9;
[review]by Henry E. Sigerist, Centaurus, 1952, 2: 260–1.
[book]LANDUCCI, Lucca A Florentine diary from 1450 to 1516. Continued by an anonymous writer till 1542, with notes by Iodoco del Badia. Transl. from the Italian by Alice de Rosen Jervis. xiii, 308 p., portr., pl., bibliogr. London: Dent; New York: E.P. Dutton, 1927.
German translation (2 vol.) Jena: Diederichs, 1912–13.
[book]OLSCHKI, Leonardo. Geschichte der neusprachlichen wissenschaftlichen Literatur. 2. Bilding und Wissenschaft im Zeitalter der Renaissance in Italien. x, 344 p. Leipzig: Leo S. Olschki, 1922.
[review]Reviewed by H. Wieleitner, Isis, 1925, 7: 128–9.
[journalArticle]SAITTA, Giuseppe. Il pensiero italiano nell'umanesimo e nel rinascimento. 3 vol. Bologna: Cesare Zuffi Editore, 1949–51.
[review]Volume 1 reviewed by Bror Olsson, Lychnos, 1952, 304–6.
[book]SUIDA, Wilhelm. Leonardo und sein Kreis. 327 p., 192 pl., 335 fig. München: Bruckmann, 1929.
[journalArticle]WILKINS, Ernest H. On the nature and extent of the Italian Renaissance. Italica, 1950, 27: 67–76. 6 Awi-f
[journalArticle]GUKOVSKII, M.A. La Renaissance italienne dans les travaux des historiens de l'URSS. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1956, 18: 306–15. 6 Awi-hh
[journalArticle]GLIOZZI, Mario. Tavole di cronologia scientifica italiana dal 1501 al 1600. Archeion, 1942, 24: 23–81.
[journalArticle]MIELI, Aldo. Tavole di cronologia scientifica italiana dal 1501 al 1600, aggiunta. Archeion, 1942, 24: 217–23.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn; MIELI, Aldo. Observaciones acerca de las tablas cronológicas de Italia. Archeion, 1943, 25: 54–5. 6 Awi-oq
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. The Platonic Academy of Florence. Renaiss.News, 1961, 14L 147–59.
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. The University of Bologna and the Renaissance. Stud.Mem.Stor.Univ.Bologna,new ser., 1956, 1: 313–23. 6 Awi-or
[book]KNOD, Gust. C. Deutsche Studenten in Bologna (1289–1562). Biographischer Index zu den Acta Nationis Germanicus Universitatis Bononiensis. xxv, 766 p. Berlin: Decker, 1899.
6 Awi-qd FOR Italian learned societies see
Volume 2 (Institutions) under Accademia del Segreti, Naples
Volume 5 (Addenda. Institutions) under Bologna [Nominalist Academy]
6 Awi-tq
[book]MALAGUZZI-VALERI, Francesco. La corte di Lodovico il Moro. La vita privata e l'arte a Milano nella seconda metà del quattrocento. 2. Bramante e Leonardo da Vinci. xv, 646 p., ill. Milano: Hoepli, 1915.
[journalArticle]OLSCHKI, Leonardo. L'Accademia Fiorentina del Disegno nella storia delle arti e delle scienze. Nuova Antologia, Dic. 1926, 12 p. 6 Awj Spain; Portugal
[book]BELL, Aubrey F.G. Luis de Leon. A study of the Spanish Renaissance. 394 p., ill. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925. [CB 18/549] 6 Awj-ce
[journalArticle]MANUEL II, King of Portugal. Livros antigos portuguezes, 1489–1600, da Bibliotheca de Sua Majestade fidelissima. Descriptos por S.M. El-Rei D. Manuel. 3 vol. London: Maggs, 1929–35. 6 Awj-hh
[journalArticle]QUINTANA I MARÍ, Antoni. Tablas cronológicas para Cataluña. Archeion, 1943, 25: 204–14.
[journalArticle]VERA, Francisco. Tablas cronológicas de España para el siglo XVI. Archeion, 1942, 24: 403–37. 6 Awj-s
[journalArticle]KRENGER, W. Society and culture in Spain during its Goldin Age. Ciba Symp. (Summit, N.J.), 1942, 1227–33, ill.
[book]MILLÁS VALLICROSA, Francisca Vendrell Gallostra de. El cancionero de Palacio (Manuscrito no. 594). Edición crítica, conestudio preliminar y notas. (Obra laureada con el Premio Menéndez Pelayo, 1943) 470 p., 7 pl. Barcelona: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Instituto Antonio de Nebrija, 1945. [CB 70/196]
Discussion of poets and society during the reign of Alfonso V.
6 Awk Low Countries
for relations with other countries see 6 Apw
6 Awk-bx
[book]WILMS, John. Antwerpens gouden eeuw. Kunst en Kultur ten tijde van Plantin. [Antwerp's golden century. Art and civilization at the time of Plantin. (In Dutch)] Catalogue. 248 p., 16 pl. (Stad Antwerpen Stedelijke Feestzaal, 13 Augustus-2 October) Antwerp: Ontwikkeling, 1955. 6 Awk-hh
[journalArticle]HOEVEN, J. van der. Tables chronologiques des principaux faits concernant les sciences qui ont eu lieu aux pays-bas au XVIe siècle. Archeion, 1941, 23: 410–21.
[journalArticle]PELSENEER, Jean. Tables chronologiques des principaux faits concernant les sciences qui ont eu lieu en Belgique au XVIe siècle. Archeion, 1941, 23: 395–409; 1942, 24: 216–17. 6 Awk-tf
[journalArticle]PELSENEER, Jean. Les persécutions contre les savants en Belgique. Flambeau, 1954, 6: 636–51.
[bookChapter]PELSENEER, Jean. La reforme et le progrès des sciences en Belgique. Science, Medicine and History. Essays in honour of Charles Singer, (1), p. 280–4. London: Oxford University Press, 1953.

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[journalArticle]HANSEN, Axel. Die Wissenschaft in Dänemark im XVI. Jahrhundert. Archeion, 1941, 23: 73–8.
[journalArticle]NORDENSKJÖLD, Erik. Angaben zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Medizin in Schweden im 16. Jahrhundert. Archeion, 1940, 22: 322–5. 6 Awo South Eastern Europe
for relations with other countries see 6 Apw
[journalArticle]BOLOGA, Valeriu L. Die Wissenschaft bei den rumänischen Völkern. Archeion, 1941, 23: 64–73. 6 Awo-hh
[journalArticle]STEPHANIDES, M. Tables chronologiques d'histoire des sciences du XVIe siècle pour ce qui regarde le monde grec. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1949, 2: 1144–50. 6 Ax techniques and instruments
for instrument technology see 6 WQ instruments in different fields see INDEX
6 Axc
[journalArticle]MIELI, Aldo. Sul risveglio del metodo e della pratica sperimentale e sull'opera di Vannoccio Biringuccio. Gazz.Chim.Ital., 1913, 43: 43: parte 2, 555–62.
[journalArticle]MIELI, Aldo. Vannoccio Biringuccio ed il metodo sperimentale. Isis, 1914, 2: 90–9. 6 Axm metrology
[book]AGRICOLA, Georgius. Schriften über Masse und Gewichte. 506 p. (Agricola - Ausgewählte Werke, 5) Berlin (East Germany): VEB Deutscher verlag der Wissenschaften, 1959.
Contains a bibliography on numismatics.
[journalArticle]FAVARO, Antonio. Il “Carmen de ponderibus” di Guarino Veronese. Isis, 1913, 1: 205–7.
[journalArticle]VERLE, D. Compte rendu d'un traité de jaugeage du XVIe siècle. Janus, 1960, 49: 21–46.
Methods of measuring.
6 Axm-wi-sg
[book]EL LIBRO di mercatantie et usanze de' paesi. [Ed. by Franco Borlandi] li, 212 p., pl. (Documenti e Studi per la Storia del Commercio e del Diritto Commerciale Italiano, 7) Torino: Lattes, 1936. [CB 53/215]
Attributed to Giorgio de Lorenzo Chiarini.
6 Axn
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. The first explanation of decimal fractions and measures (1585). Together with a history of the decimal idea and a facsimile (no. XVII) of Stevin's “Disme”. Isis, 1935, 23: 153–244, facs. [CB 45/278]
[journalArticle]SMITH, Cyril Stanley. A sixteenth-century decimal system of weights. Isis, 1955, 46: 354–7. 6 AC NATURAL MAGIC; MYTHOLOGY; PSEUDO-SCIENCES
for alchemy see 6 DY astrology see 6 FY folklore; superstitions see 6 MR
for popular aspects of science and the separate sciences see INDEX
[journalArticle]BREIT, Ernst. Die Engel- und Dämonenlehre des Andreas Cesalpinus. Philol.Jahrb., 1912, 25: 337–52.
[journalArticle]DORAN, Madeleine. On Elizabethan “credulity”. With some questions concerning the use of the marvelous in literature. J.Hist.Ideas, 1940, 1: 151–76.
[book]LAVATER, Ludwig. Of ghostes and spirites walking by nyght, 1572 [by Lewes Lavater, transl. by Robert Harrison]. Ed. with introduction and appendix by J.Dover Wilson and May Yardley. xxviii, 251 p. Oxford University Press, (for the Shakespeare Association), 1929.
[review]Reviewed by Herbert Schöffler, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1930, 7: 1201–3.
[journalArticle]PAPARELLI, Gioacchino. Giambattista della Porta: (1) Della taumatologia; (2) “Liber medicus.” Riv.Stor.Sci., 1956, 47: 1–47.
[book]PORTA, Giovan Battista della. Natural magick. Edited by Derek J. Price. ix, 409, [6] p., front. (Collector's Series in Science) New York: Basic Books, 1957.
[review]Reviewed by Marie Boas, Isis, 1959, 50: 76; for other reviews see CB 84/350 and CB 85/426.
[journalArticle]SAULNIER, V.L. François Rabelais, patron des pronostiqueurs (Une pronostication retrouvée). Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1954, 16: 124–138, 1 pl.
[journalArticle]SCHELER, Lucien. François Rabelais pronostiqueur et son succès jusqu’en 1769. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1956, 18: 384–91, 2 pl.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Coelestinus's summary of Nicolas Oresme on marvels: a fifteenth century work printed in the sixteenth century. Osiris, 1936, 1: 629–35. [CB 46/535]
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. The “De constitutione mundi” of John Michael Albert of Carrara. Romanic Rev., 1926, 17: 193–216. [CB 22/141]
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. A history of magic … See 6 Ac
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Magic and science … See 6 Ac
[book]THURNEISSER ZUM THURN, Leonhardt. Historia und Beschreibung influentischer, elementischer und natürlicher Wirckungen, usw. Berlin 1578. Facsimile reprint. xi, 179 p. München: Barth, 1922.
[journalArticle]WALKER, D.P. Spiritual and demonic magic from Ficino to Campanello. vii, 244 pl. (Studies of the Warburg Institute, 22) London: Warburg Institute, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Allen G. Debus, Isis, 1962, 53: 254–5; for other reviews see CB 85/426, CB 87/580 and CB 88/591.
[bookChapter]WARBURG, A. Heidnisch-antike Weissagung in Wort und Bild zu Luthers Zeiten (1920. In: Warburg, A. Die Erneuerung der heidnischen Antike, p. 487–558, 647–56, 21 p. Leipzig: Teubner, 1932.
Originally published in Sitzungsber.Heidelb.Akad.Wiss.Phil.Hist.Kl., 1919, vol. 26.
[book]WIND, Edgar. Pagan mysteries in the Renaissance. 230 p., 77 pl. London: Faber and Faber; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Walter Pagel, Isis, 1959, 50: 277–8;
[review]by Magnuz von Platen, Lychnos, 1959, 252–3;
[review]by Robert Klein, Renaiss.News, 1960, 13: 237–40.
[book]YATES, Frances. Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic tradition. xiv, 466 p., ill. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul; Chicago: Univ. Chicago Press, 1964.
[review]Reviewed by W.P., Ambix, 1964, 12: 72–6;
[review]by Allen G. Debus, Isis, 1964, 55: 389–91;
[review]by J. Bronowski, N.Y.Rev.Books, 1964, 3: 3: (2), 8–10.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Agrippa von Nettesheim; Digges, L.
Volume 2 under:- Nostradamus; Paracelsus; Vital, C.; Weigel
Volume 5 (Addenda. Personalities) under Paracelsus
6 ACce
[book]EIS, Gerhard. Wahrsagetexte des Spätmittelalters, aus Handschriften und Inkunabeln. 76 p. Berlin-Bielefeld-München: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 1956. [CB 82/224] 6 ACnh
[journalArticle]WAGNER, R. Léon. Le vocabulaire magique de Jean Bodin dans la “Démonomanie des sorciers”. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1948, 10: 95–123.

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[journalArticle]SCHELENZ, Hermann. Geheimlehren. Dämonologie bei Shakespeare. Janus, 1915, 20: 155–73; 1916, 21: 1–26; 1917, 22: 239–68. 6 ACwf
[book]WILEY, W.L. The gentleman of Renaissance France. xii, 303 p. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1954.
Chapter 12 is on superstitions and beliefs, discusses astrology, alchemy, cometary lore, demonology and magic.
6 ACwg
[book]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. Mystiques, spirituels, alchimistes du XVIe siècle allemand. Schwenckfeld, Séb. Franck, Weigel, Paracelse. With a foreword by Lucien Febvre. xii, 177 p. (Cahiers des Annales, publiés avec le concours du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 10) Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, 1955.
[review]Reviewed by George L. Mosse, Isis, 1960, 51: 361–2;
[review]by R. Hooykaas, Lychnos, 1956, 258–60.
6 ACwi
[journalArticle]FREDÉN, Gustaf. [Nature, love, and the word. Orphic elementes in Italian philosophy of the fifteenth century. (In Swedish, with summary in English)[ Lychnos, 1953, 182–202. 6 AD HISTORY OF IDEAS
[journalArticle]BARON, Hans. Secularization of wisdom and political humanism in the Renaissance. J.Hist.Ideas, 1960, 21: 131–50.
Essay review of Rice's book, see below.
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. Ficino and Pomponazzi on the place of man in the universe. J.Hist.Ideas, 1944, 5: 220–6.
[book]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. Studies in Renaissance thought and letters. xvi, 680 p. (Storia e Letteratura, 54) Roma: Storia e Letteratura, 1956.
[review]Reviewed by E.N. Tigerstedt, Lychnos, 1960–61, 214–15.
[book]RICE, Eugene F., Jr. The Renaissance idea of wisdom. xvi, 220 p., ill. (Harvard Historical Mopnographs, 370 Cambridge Mass: Harvard University Press, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by Lars Gustafsson, Lychnos, 1960–61, 219–22.
See also essay review by Hans Baron above.
6 ADhj-25
[book]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. The classics and Renaissance thought. 106 p. (Martin Classical Lectures, 15) Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press (for Oberlin College), 1955. [CB 82/237]
[review]Reviewed by Theodor E. Mommsen, Amer.Hist.Rev., 1956, 61: 997–8.
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. The place of classical humanism in Renaissance thought. J.Hist.Ideas, 1943, 4: 59–63. 6 ADhj-3
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. Augustine and the early Renaissance. Rev.Relig., May 1944, 339–58.
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. Augustine and the Renaissance. Int.Sci., May 1941, 8 p. 6 AF PHILOSOPHY
for philosophy of science in general see 6 Ak philosophical aspects of the separate sciences see INDEX
6 AFc
[book]CASSIERER, Ernst. The individual and the cosmos in Renaissance philosophy. xv, 199 p. Oxford: Blackwell, 1963; New York: Barnes & Noble; Harper Torchbooks, 1964.
Translation of the original German edition (Berlin: Teubner, 1927), see below.
[book]CASSIRER, Ernst. Individuum und Kosmos in der Philosophie der Renaissance, mit Anhang: Nicolai Cusani “Liber de mente”, hrsg. von Joachim Ritter, übers. von Heinrich Cassirer; Caroli Bovili “Liber de sapiente”, hrsg. von Raymond Klibansky. 458 p., 2 pl., fig. (Studien der Bibliothek Warburg, 10) Leipzig: Teubner, 1927.
Revieweed by Julius Schuster, Arch.Gesch.Math.Naturwiss.Tech., 1929, 11: 335–7.
[book]COPLESTON, Frederick. A history of philosophy. Vol. 3. Ockham to Suárez. ix, 479 p., bibliogr. London: Burns, Oates and Washbourne, 1953.
[journalArticle]DUNN, Thomas F. Theobaldus Anguilbertus. Query no. 44. Isis, 1934, 22: 225.
Who was Theobaldus Anguilbertus who edited the “Mensa philosophica” (Cologne: 1475)?
[bookChapter]DYROFF, Adolf. Zur historischen Erkenntnis der Renaissacnce Philosophie. Atti IV Congr.Int.Fil. (Bologna, 1911), (2), p. 260–4. Genoa: Formiggini, 1913.
[journalArticle]ROSS, J.F. Suarez on “Universals”. J.Phil., 1962, 59; 736–48.
[book]STADELMANN, Rudolf. Vom Geist des ausgehenden Mittelalters. Studien zur Geschichte der Weltanschauung von Nicolaus Cusanus bis Sebastian Frnack. vii, 294 p. (Deut.Viertel­jahrsschr.Literaturwiss.Geistesgesch., 15) Halle: Niemeyer, 1929.
[review]Reviewed by Arthur Hübner, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1930, 1: 54–60.
[book]ZAVATTARI, Edoardo. La visione della vita nel Rinascimento e Bernardino Telesio. xii, 302 p. Torino: Bocca, 1923.
[review]Reviewed by A. Mieli, Arch.Stor.Sci., 1923, 4: 292–4.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:-Agrippa von Nettesheim; Alpago; Artaldo; Benzi, U.; Bruni; Bruno, G.; Cusanus, N.; Ficino; Gomes, A.
Volume 2 under:- Krag; Lipsius; Montaigne; Patrizi; Piccolomini, A.; Pico della Mirandola, G.; Piscator; Pomponazzi; Raffaele da Pornassio; Ramus; Resende; Sanchez, F. (b. 1550); Sarpi; Scaliger, G.C.; Telesio; Valla, G.; Vives
Volume 5 (Addenda. Personalities) under Bodin
6 AFdaj
[book]CASSIRER, Ernst; KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar; RANDALL, John Herman, Jr.; ed. Petrarca, Valla, Ficino, Pico, Pomponazzi, Vives, The Renaissance philosophy of man. viii, 405 p. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948. [CB 73/180] 6 AFf
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar; RANDALL, John Hermann, Jr. The study of the philosophies of the Renaissance. J.Hist.Ideas, 1941, 2: 449–96. 6 AFhj-26
[journalArticle]ATANASSIEVITCH, Xenia. L'influence des pythagoriciens sur un philosophe italien. Rev.Univ.Bruxelles, 1927, 32: 400–8. [CB 23/185]
Apropos of Giordano Bruno.
6 AFhj-28
[book]PALMER, Ralph Graham. Seneca's “De remediis fortuitorum” and the Elizabethans. 66 p., bibliogr. (Publication, 1) Chicago: Institute of Elizabethan Studies, 1953.
Includes the newly-edited Latin text and English translation of Seneca's “De remediis fortuitorum”.
[review]Reviewed by Gustaf Fredén, Lychnos, 1956, 258.

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[book]MEIER, Matthias. Descartes und die Renaissance. xii, 68 p., bibliogr. Münster i. W.: Aschendorff, 1914. 6 AFnb
[journalArticle]ONG, Walter J. System, space and intellect in Renaissance symbolism. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1956, 18: 222–39. 6 AFtd
[book]TOFFANIN, Giuseppe. La religione degli umanisti. 259 p. Bologna: Nicola Zanichelli Editore, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by Sten Lindroth, Lychnos, 1952, 306.
6 AFtq
[book]CHASTEL, André. Marsile Ficin et l'art. 208 p., front., 5 pl. Genève: Librairie E. Droz; Lille: Librairie R. Giard, 1954. 6 AFwi
[book]ERCOLE, Francesco. Da Bartolo all'Altusio. Saggi sulla storia del pensiero publicistico del Rinascimento Italiano. 429 p. Florence: Vallecchi, 1932.
[review]Reviewed by Mario Einaudi, Speculum, 1936, 11: 405–9.
[book]GARIN, Eugenio. La cultura filosofica del Rinascimento italiano. Ricerche e documenti. x, 509 p. Florence: Sansoni, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by E. Bazarov, Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1962, 24: 513–17;
[review]by E.N. Tigerstedt, Lychnos, 1962, 274–9;
[review]by Donald Weinstein, Renaiss.News, 1962, 15: 303–4.
6 AFwi-da
[book]HOENIGSWALD, R. Denker der italienischen Renaissance. Gestalten und Probleme. 248 p. Basel: Verlag Haus zum Falken, 1938.
[review]Reviewed by Walter Pagel, Isis, 1938, 29: 453–7.
[book]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. Eight philosophers of the Italian Renaissance. ix, 194 p., app., bibliogr. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, , 1964, [CB 90/564] 6 AFwi-sk
[book]CHARBONNEL, J.R. La pensée italienne au XVIe siècle et le courant libertin. ix, 720, lxxxiv p. Paris: Champion, 1919. 6 AG
[journalArticle]COMBES, André. Un témoin du Socratisme chrétien au XVᵉ siècle: Robert Ciboule (1403–58). Arch.Hist.Doctrinale Lit.Moyen Âge, 1933, 8: 93–259.
[book]EHRLE, Franz, S.J. Der Sentenzenkommentar Peters von Candia, des Pisaner Papstes Alexanders V. Ein Beitrag zur Scheidung der Schulen in der Scholastik des vierzehnten Jahrhunderts und zur Geschichte des Wegestreites. ix, 363 p. (Franziskanische Stud.Beih., 9) Münster i. W: Aschendorff, 1925. [CB 54/488]
[journalArticle]KEMPFI, André. Une polémique méconnue de Callimaque à propos du platonisme de Marsilio Ficino. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1964, 17: 263–72.
[journalArticle]MESNARD, Pierre. Du Vair et le néo-stoïcisme. Rev.Hist.Phil., 1928, 2: 142–66.
Guillaume du Vair, magistrat et philosophe.
[book]OBERMAN, Heiko A. The harvest of medieval theology: Gabriel Biel and late medieval nominalism. xv, 495 p. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard Univ.Press, 1963.
[review]Reviewed by Ernest A. Moody, Speculum, 1964, 39; 552–7.
[book]SABRIÉ, J.B. De l'humanisme au rationalisme. Pierre Charron (1541–1603): l'homme, l'oeuvre, l'influence. 552 p. Paris: Alcan, 1913.
[book]SAUNDERS, Jason Lewis. Justus Lipsius. The philosophy of Renaissance stoicism. xviii, 228 p. New York: Liberal Arts Press, 1955.
[review]Reviewed by Magnus von Platen, Lychnos, 1957–58, 367–8.
[book]STEGMÜLLER, Friedrich. Geschichte des Molinismus. Erster Band. Neue Molinaschriften. xii, 788 p. (Beitr.Gesch.Phil.Mittelalters, 32) Münster i.W: Aschendorff, 1935.
[book]ZANTA, Léontine. La renaissance du stoïcisme au XVIe siècle. ii, 367 p. (Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 5) Paris: Edouard Champion, 1914. 6 AGwi
[journalArticle]KRISTELLER, Paul Oscar. Florentine Platonism and its relations with humanism and scholasticism. Church Hist., 1939, 8: 3–13. [CB 58/524]
[book]KRISTELLER, Paul Oskar. Francesco da Diacceto and Florentine platonism in the sixteenth century. Miscellanea Giovanni Mercati (4), Letteratura classica e umanistica, 45 p. (Studi e Testi, 124) Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1946. [CB 71/83]
[book]NARDI, Bruno. Saggi sull'aristotelisimo padovano dal secolo XIV al XVI. vii, 468 p. (Studi sulla Tradizione Aristotelica nel Veneto, 1) Firenze: G.C. Sansoni, [1958]
[review]Reviewed by F. Van Steenberghen (transl. by Donald B. Stone), Speculum, 1964, 39: 731–4.
6 AGwi-qd
[book]BIRKENMAJER, Alexander. Marco da Benevento und die angebliche Nominalistenakademie zu Bologna (1494–1498). 10 p. Fulda: Druck der Fuldaer Actiendruckerei, [1925]; for a shorter version see Phil.Jahrb.Görres-Ges., 1925, 38: 333–5. 6 AH
[book]ATANASSIEVITCH, Xenia. La doctrine metaphysique et géométrique de Bruno exposée dans son ouvrage “De triplici minimo”. 158 p. Belgrade: Impr. Mirototchivi; Paris: Presses Universitaires, 1923. [CB 19/758]
[book]BRICKMAN, Benjamin. An introduction to Francesco Patrizi's “Nova de universis philosophia”. (Thesis, Columbia Univesity) 81 p., facs., bibliogr. New York: 1941. [CB 63/248.
[book]LIEB. F. Valentin Weigels Kommentar zur Schöpfungsgeschichte und die Schriften seines Schülers Benedikt Biedermann. Eine literarkritische Untersuchung zur mystischen Theologie des 16. Jahrhunderts. 188 p., facs., pl. Zürich: EVZ-Verlag, 1962.
[review]Reviewed by W.P., Ambix, 1962, 10: 145–6.
[book]THEOLOGIA Germanica. Introduction and notes by J. Bernhart. 240 p. New York: Pantheon, 1949. [CB 76/341] 6 AHmh
[book]GREENBERG, Sidney. The infinite in Giordano Bruno. With a translation of his dialogue, concerning the Cause Principle, and One. ix, 203 p. New York: King's Crown Press, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by F.I.G. Rawlins, Nature, 1951, 168: 848.
[book]MAJOR, John. Le traité “De l'infini” de Jean Mair. Nouv. éd. avec traduction et annotations par Hubert Elie. xxiii, 243 p. Paris: Vrin: 1938. [CB 60/99]
[review]Reviewed by Pierre Brunet, Archeion, 1940, 22: 119–20.
6 AJ
[book]VOELCKER, Karl. Toleranz und Intoleranz im Zeitalter der Reformation. viii, 297 p. Leipzig: J.C. Hinrichs, 1912. 6 AJnq
[journalArticle]BIRKENMAJER, Alexander. Der Streit des Alonso von Cartagena mit Leonardo Bruni Aretino. Beitr.Gesch.Phil.Mittelalters, 1922, 20: no. 5, 129–210, 226–36. [CB 16/196]
The quarrel related to the translation of the Nicomachean Ethics.
6 AJwi
[book]TRINKAUS, Charles Edward. Adversity's noblemen. The Italian humanists on happiness. 172 p. New York: Columbia University Press, 1940. [CB 62/83] 6 AK LOGIC
[book]ONG, Walter J., S.J. Ramus, method, and the decay of dialogue: from the art of discourse to the art of reason. xix, 408 p., front., 18 fig., bibliogr. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by John E. Murdoch, Isis, 1961, 52: 602–6; for further reviewes see CB 85/423 and CB 88/588.

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[journalArticle]VASOLI, Cesare. Ricerche sulle “dialettiche” quattrocentesche. Riv.Crit.Stor.Fil., 1960, 15: 265–87.
Apropos of the dialectical works of Johannes Argyropoulos and Giorgio Valla.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under Agricola, R.
Volume 2 under Ramus
6 AKhj
[journalArticle]RISSE, Wilhelm. Averroismo e Alessandrinismo nella logica del Rinascimento. Filosofia, 1964, 15: 15–30. 6 AKtk
[journalArticle]TUVE, Rosemond. Imagery and logic: Ramus and metaphysical poetics. J.Hist.Ideas, 1942, 3: 365–400. 6 B MATHEMATICS 6 Bc
[journalArticle]PASQUALE, Luigi di. I cartelli di matematica disfida di Ludovico Ferrari e i controcartelli di Nicolò Tartaglia. Period.Mat., 1957, 35: 253–78; 1958, 36: 175–98.
[journalArticle]WOLFF, Georg. Leone Battista Alberti als Mathematiker. Scientia, 1936, 18: 353–9.
[journalArticle]FOR biogrpahical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Baldi; Barozzi; Bianchini; Bombelli; Butrigarius; Cardano, G.; Ceulen; Cusansu, N.; Del Monte; Dürer: Goerl; Hagecius; Harriot; Herlicius
Volume 2 under:- Leonardo da Vinci esp. drAZ; Lewis of Caerleon; Maurolico; Mennher; Mordente, F.; Pacioli; Paulus van Middelburg; Peletier; Pitiscus; Ramus; Recorde; Rheticus; Rhetius; Ricci, O.; Riese; Roomen; Sanchez, F. (b. 1550); Saville; Stevin; Taisnier; Tartaglia; Trenchant; Viète; Wright, E.
6 Bce-by
[journalArticle]PLIMPTON, George A. The history of elementary mathematics in the Plimpton Library. Science, 1928, 68: 390–5.
Mostly books printed in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
6 Bht
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. The influence of the mathematical works of the fifteenth century upon those of later times. Pap.Bibliogr.Soc.Amer., 1932, 26: 143–71. 6 BmzN
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. Medicine and mathematics in the sixteenth century. Ann.Med.Hist., 1917, 1: 125–40. 6 Bnb
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Sulla rappresentazione simbolica della incognita e delle potenze di essa introdotta dal Bombelli. Arch.Stor.Sci., 1927, 8: 49–63.
Reply to Wieleitner's criticism (see below).
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, Heinrich. Zu Bombellis Bezeichnung der Unbekannten und ihrer Potenzen. Arch.Stor.Sci., 1926, 7: 29–33.
Criticism of Bortolotti's opinion, see his paper under 6 BFwi
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[journalArticle]MENDELSOHN, Charles J. Bibliographical note on the “De cifris” of Leone Battista Alberti. Isis, 1947, 32: 48–51.
[journalArticle]MENDELSOHN, Charles J. Blaise de Vigenère and the “chiffre carré”. Proc.Amer.Phil.Soc., 1940, 82: 103–29.
[journalArticle]MENDELSOHN, Charles J. Cardan on cryptography. Scr.Math., 1939, 6: 157–68. 6 Bnq
[journalArticle]MOGENET, Joseph. Pierre Forcadel, traducteur d'Autolycus. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1950, 3: 114–28. 6 Bwc
[book]DIEZ, Juan. The “Sumario Compendioso” of Brother Juan Diez. [With an introduction], The earliest mathematical work of the New World, by David Eugene Smith. 65 p. Boston: Ginn, 1921. [CB 11/409]
Facsimile reproduction of the earliest mathematical work printed in the Americas, with translation on the opposite pages and an introduction.
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. The first work on mathematics printed in the new world. Amer.Math.Mon., 1921, 28: 10–14. 6 Bwe-nm
[journalArticle]JOHNSON, Francis R. Thomas Hood's inaugural address as mathematical lecturer of the City of London (1588). J.Hist.Ideas, 1942, 3: 94–106. 6 Bwf-or
[journalArticle]DAVIS, Natalie Zemon. Mathematics in the sixteenth-century French academies: some further evidence. Renaiss.News, 1958, 11: 3–10.
[journalArticle]LEBESGUE, Henri. Les professeurs de mathématiques du collège de Frnace: Humbert et Jordan; Roberval et Ramus. Rev.Sci., 22 avril 1922, 249–62. 6 Bwl
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. La matematica in Italia nel secolo XVI. Bull.Int.Comm.Hist.Sci., 1933, 5: no. 19, 268–83. 6 Bwi-oq
[book]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Lo Studio di Bologna ed il rinnovamento delle scienze matematiche in Occidente. 25 p. (Discorso, 1920) Bologna: Paolo Neri, 1921. 6 Bwj
[book]REY PASTOR, J. Los matemáticos españoles del siglo XVI. 164 p. (Biblioteca Scientia, 2) Toledo: 1926. [CB 24/436] 6 Bwk
[journalArticle]STRUIK, D.J. Mathematics in the Netherlands during the first half of the 16th century. Isis, 1936, 25: 46–56.
Includes a “bibliography of mathematical publications relating to mathematics in the Netherlands which appeared before 1570”.
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[journalArticle]MICHEL, Henri. L'art des instruments de mathématiques en Belgique au XVIe siècle. Bull.Soc.Archéol.Bruxelles, 1935, 11: no. 2, 65–79, ill. 6 BA ARITHEMETIC
for higher arithmetic (number theory) see 6 BH
[journalArticle]ARRIGHI, Gino. Note di arithmetica speculativa (con una lettera del P. Egnazio Danti). Physis, 1963, 5: 464–73.
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Sur l'auteur d'un traité d'algorisme contenu dans le Ms. D. 372 de la bibliothèque reconstituée de l'Université de Louvain. Ann.Soc.Sci.Bruxelles, 20 décembre 1925, 458–62. [CB 19/741]
[journalArticle]JAEGER, Adolf. Der Nürnberger Rechenmeister Ulrich Wagner, der Verfasser des ersten gedruckten deutsche Rechenbuches. Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1927, 26: 1–5.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects see also
Volume 2 under Riese
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[journalArticle]AGOSTINI, Amedeo. L'aritmetica di Galigai Frencesco. Period.Mat., ser. 4, 1953, 31: 201–6.
[journalArticle]AGOSTINI, Amedeo. Un codice di aritmetica anonimo del sec. XV. Boll.Unione Mat.Ital., 1951, 6: 231–40.
[bookChapter]BEAUJOUAN, Guy. Les arithmétiques françaises des XIVe et XVe siècles. Act.VIIIe Congr.Int.Hist.Sci., (Florence 1956), p. 84–8. Paris: Hermann, 1958.

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[journalArticle]BOCKSTAELE, P. Notes on the first arithmatics printed in Dutch and English. Isis, 1960, 51: 315–21.
[book]BORGHI, Piero. Arithmetica 1484. 239 p. Munich: Graphos­Verlag, 1964.
A facsimile reprint, with a brief 5-page forword by Kurt Elfering, that includes a bibliography of Borghi's “Arithmetica” as well as references to relevant literature in the history of mathematics.
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Remarques sur l'“Arithmétique” de Simon Stevin. Mathésis(Gand), 1922, 36: 167–74, 226–32, 275–81. [CB 13/223]
[journalArticle]FRICK, Bertha M. The first Portugueses arithmetic. Scr.Math., 1945, 11: 327–39, 6 fig. [CB 70/197]
Apropos of the “Tratado” of Gaspar Nicolas (Lisbon: 1519; 10th ed., Lisbon: 1716).
[book]GRABOWSKI, J. “Arithematica linearis” von Benedictus Herbestus (Carcoviae, 1577). Cracovie: 1913.
[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C. The algorism of John Killingworth. Engl.Hist.Rev., Oct. 1914, 707–17.
[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C. An early printed Italian arithmetical treatise. Archeion, 1929, 11: 331–5. [CB 30/412]
[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C. The first printed arithmetic of Spain: Francesch Sanct Climent, “Suma de la art de arismetica Barcelona”, 1482. Osiris, 1936, 1: 411–20, 2 fig.
Description of that book with extracts thereof.
[journalArticle]RATH, E. Ueber ein deutsches Rechenbuch aus dem 15. Jahrhundert. Bibl.Math., 1912, 13: 17–22.
[journalArticle]RATH, E. Ueber einen deutschen Algorismus aus dem Jahr 1488. Bibl.Math., 1914, 14: 244–8.
[book]RATISBON Algorism. Die Practica des Algorismus ratisbonenss. Ein Rechenbuch der Benediktinerabtei St. Emmeran aus der Mitte des 15. Jahrhunderts, nach Handschriften der Münchner Staatsbibliothek und der Stiftsbibliothek St. Florian. Hrsg. und erläutert von Kurt Vogel. xi, 283 p., 8 pl. (Schriftenreihe zur Bayerischen Landesgeschichte, 50) München: C.H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1954.
[review]Reviewed by Marshall Clagett, Isis, 1956, 47: 198–9;
[review]by A. Day Bradley, Scr.Math., 1956, 22: 143.
[journalArticle]RICHESON, A.W. The first arithmetic printed in English. Isis, 1947, 37: 47–56.
A complete analysis of “An introduction for to lerne to recken with the pen, or with the counters” (St. Albans: 1537).
[journalArticle]RICHESON, A.W. Notes on a “Rechenbüchlein” of Konrad Glaser. Isis, 1938, 28: 341–8. [CB 55/146]
Analysis of a ms. text on commerical arithmetic written in 1534.
[journalArticle]SMEUR, A.J.E.M. Bestaat et nog een exemplaar van de eerste uitgave van de “Arithmetica” van Willem Raets? [Is there a copy still extant of the fist edition of the “Arithmetica” by Willem Raets? (In Dutch)] Sci.Hist., 1960, 2: 22–3.
[journalArticle]SMEUR, A.J.E.M. Enige zeldzame oude rekenboekjes in band R. 14.10 van het Museum Plantin-Moretus. [Some rare old books on arithmetic in volume R.14.10 of the Plantin-Moretus Museum. (In Dutch, with English summary)] Sci.Hist., 1961, 3: 190–201.
[journalArticle]SMEUR, A.J.E.M. Johannes Enclen de Cusa en zijn “Algorismus proiectilium”, Zwolle 1502. 1. Bibliografie en biografie. 2. Bespreking van de “Algorismus”. Sci.Hist., 1962, 4: 12–23, 63–75.
[book]SMEUR, A.J.E.M. De zestiende-eeuwse Nederlandse Rekenboeken. [The sixteenth century Dutch arithmetics. (In Dutch)] viii, 167 p., bibliogr. 's-Gravenhage: M. Nijhoff, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by P. Bockstaele, Sci.Hist., 1961, 3: 47–8;
[review]by D.J. Struik, Tijdschr.Gesch., 1961, 74: 567–8.
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. The first printed arithmetic (Treviso: 1478). Isis, 1924, 6: 311–31.
Analysis of the whole work with translations of typical extracts and historical notes.
[book]STEELE, Robert. The earliest arithmetics in English. xviii, 84 p. (Early English Text Society. Extra Series, 98) London: Milford, 1922. [CB 14/505]
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. The arithmetic of Jehan Adam, 1475 A.D. Amer.Math.Mon., 1926, 33: 24–8. [CB 20/155]
Ste Geneviève. Ms. français 3143.
[book]VETTER, Quido. “Arithmetica” de Jirik Goerl z Goerlsteyna. 2 p. Praha: 1928. [CB 25/364]
Reprinted from Schola Vita, organo de Academia pro Interlingua.
[bookChapter]VOGEL, Kurt. Das älteste deutsche gedruckte Rechenbuch, Bamberg 1482. Gymnasium und Wissenschaft., Festschrift Maximilians Gymnasium, p. 231–77, ill. Munich: 1949. [CB 77/320]
[review]Reviewed by A. Borlotti, Zentralbl.Math., 1951, 40: 1.
[journalArticle]WATERS, E.G.R. A 15th century French algorism form Liége. Isis, 1929, 12: 193–236, 2 pl. [CB 27/438]
Text of Walloon algorism (496 lines) of MS.10457–62 of the Bibliothèque Royale, Brussels, with critical and philological notes, glossary, and two facsimile pages.
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[book]SMITH, David Eugene. Addenda to “Rara arithmetica”, which described in 1908 such European arithmetics printed before 1601 as were then in the library of the late George Arthur Plimpton. x, 52 p., front. Boston: Ginn, 1939. [CB 59/468]
“Rara arithmetica” was published Boston/London: 1908.
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[journalArticle]STRUIK, D.J. Het woord “millioen” in oude Nederlandsche rekenboeken. [The word “millioen” in old Dutch arithmetic books. (In Dutch)] Tijdschr.Ned.Taal- Letterk., 1931, 50: 173–9. 6 BAwk-da
[journalArticle]GROOTE, Henry L.V. de. Zestiende-eeuwse Antwerpse Boekhoudingen en Cijfermeesters. [Sixteenth century Antwerp accountants and arithmeticians. (In Dutch)] Sci.Hist., 1960, 2: 161–72. 6 BB
[journalArticle]FRANÇON, Marcel. Note sur Rabelais et les nombres. Isis, 1950, 41: 298–300.
[journalArticle]SHIRLEY, John William. Binary numeration before Leibniz. Amer.J.Phys., 1952, 19: 452–4, 2 fig. [CB 79/123]
The mathematical papers of Thomas Harriot show that Harriot understood clearly the theory and practice of binary numeration.
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[journalArticle]HENINGER, S.K., Jr. Some Renaissane versions of the Pythagorean tetrad. Stud.Renaiss., 1961, 8: 7–35. 6 BC
[journalArticle]ARCHIBALD, Raymond C. Early decimal division of the sexagesimal degree. Math.Tables Aids Comput., 1945, 1: no. 10, 400–1
[journalArticle]BOYER, Carl B. Viète's use of decimal fractions. Math.Teacher, 1962, 4: 123–7.
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. Plus and minus again. Science, 1913, 38: 51–2.
[journalArticle]DURAND, Dana B. Notes on Dr. Sarton's article “The first explantion Of decimal fractions” (Isis, 1935, 23: 153–245) (section 77). Isis, 1936, 25: 134–5.
For Sarton's paper see below.
[journalArticle]HALSTED, G.B. Plus and minus. Science, 1913, 37: 836–7.
[journalArticle]SANFORD, Vera. La “Disme” of Simon Stevin - the first book on decimals. Math.Teacher, 1921, 14: 321–33.
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. The first explanation of decimal fractions and measures (1585). Together with a history of the decimal idea and a facsimile (no. XVII) of Stevin's Disme. Isis, 1935, 23: 153–214.

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[journalArticle]SIMONS, L.G. Historical notes on arithmetical division. Scr.Math., 1933, 1: 362–3.
Apropos of Clavius' arithmetic of 1583 after an Italian translation of 1602.
[journalArticle]STRUIK, D.J. Simon Stevn and the decimal fractions. Math.Teacher, Oct. 1959, 474–8. 6 BCnb
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. Did Pitiscus use the decimal point? Arch.Stor.Sci., 1923, 4: 313–18. [CB 16/212]
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. Note on our sign of equality. Isis, 1924, 6: 507–8. [CB 16/203]
Our symbol for equality exists in a MS. of the notes of Pompelo Bolognetti.
[journalArticle]GINSBURG, J. On the early history of the decimal point. Amer.Math.Mon., 1928, 35: 347–9. facs. [CB 25/364]
[journalArticle]GINSBURG, J. On the early history of the decimal point. Scr.Math., 1932, 1: 84–5. [CB 37/539]
Magini made use of the comma as a decimal separatrix in a book published in 1592.
[journalArticle]GINSBURG, J. Predecessors o Magini. Scr.Math., 1932, 1: 168–89.
Apropos of symbols used as a decimal separtrix.
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[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. The word ‘logarithm’ used before the time of Napier. Archeion, 1930, 12: 230–3.
The word used by Kaspar Peucer in “Commentarius de praccipuis devinationum generibus” (1553).
[journalArticle]BENEDICT, Suzan R. The algebra of Francesco Ghaligai. Amer.Math.Mon., May 1929, 36: 275–8.
[journalArticle]BOYER, Carl B. Cardan and the Pascal triangle. Amer.Math.Mon., 1950, 57: 387–90.
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. A revaluation of Harriot's “Artis analyticae praxis”. Isis, 1928, 11: 316–24.
[journalArticle]ENESTRÖM, G. Ueber den Ursprung einer Notiz aus dem 16. Jahrhundert, betreffend die Erfindung der Algebra (Anfrage no. 155). Bibl.Math., 1912, 12: 181–2.
[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C. The whetstone of witte (1557). Bibl.Math., 1913, 13: 223–8. [CB 3/550]
The first book in the English language to deal with algebra.
[journalArticle]RUSSO, F. La constitution de l'algèbre au XVIe siècle. Étude de la structure d'une évolution. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1959, 12: 193–208.
[bookChapter]SMITH, David Eugene. The law of exponents in the works of the sixteenth century. Napier Tercentenary Memorial Volume, p. 81–91. London: Longmans, Green (for the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1915.
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, H. Gebrochene Exponenten bei Michael Stifel. Unterrichtsbl.Math.Naturwiss., 1922, 28: 63–4.
See also Volume 1 under Bombelli
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[journalArticle]AGOSTINI, Amedeo. Un commento su Diofanto contenuto nel Mss. Palat. 625. Archeion, 1929, 11: 41–54. [CB 28/486]
Agostini attributes it to Antonio Maria Pazzi.
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[journalArticle]NATUCCI, A. Come si insegnava algebra nel secolo decimosesto. Period.Mat., 1932, 173–79.
The author bases his study on the sixth part of Tartaglia's “General trattato de' numeri et misure”.
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[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. L'algebra nella scuola matematica bolognese del secolo XVI. Period.Mat., ser. 4, 1925, 5: 147–84. 6 BFza ALGEBRAIC EQUAITONS
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Sulla scoperta della risoluzione algebrica delle equazioni del quarto grado. Period.Mat., 1926, 6: 217–30. [CB 22/143]
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTT, Ettore. La trisezione … See 6 BP
[journalArticle]NOTARI, Vittoria. L'equazione di quarto grado. Risoluzione di Lodovico Ferrari e sua interpretazione geometrica. Period.Mat., ser. 4, 1924, 4: 327–34. [CB 16/203]
[journalArticle]VETTER, Quido. Sur l'équation du quarange-cinquième degré d'Adriaan van Roomen. Bull.Sci.Math., 1930, 54: 277–83.
See also Volume 1 under Cardano, G., dr
Volume 2 under Stevin dr; Tartaglia; Viète
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[journalArticle]BORTOLLTTI, Ettore. I contributi del Tartaglia, del Cardano, del Ferrari, e della scuola matematica bolognese alla teoria algebraica delle equazioni cubiche. Stud.Mem.Stor.Univ.Bologna, 1926, 9: 55–108.
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Costruzione geometrica di formule algebriche presso gli algebristi della antica scuola italiana. Period.Mat., 1929, 9: 161–6. 6 BH NUMBER THEORY 6 BHzm MAGIC SOUARES
[journalArticle]AGOSTINI, Amedeo. Notizie storiche su quadrati magici. Bull.UnioneMat.Ital., 1923, 2: 76–7.
[journalArticle]CAZALAS, E. Les sceaux planétaires de C. Agrippa. Rev.Hist.Relig., 1934, 110: 66–82, 19 fig.
Deals largely with magic squares.
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Origine e primo inizio del calcolo degli immaginari. Scientia, 1923, 33: 385–95; French transl., 71–81. [CB 15/155] 6 BIzi
[journalArticle]VERA, Francisco. Fr. Juan de Ortega y los números irracionales. Archeion, 1932, 14: 554. 6 BJ ANALYSIS
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Les démonstrtions par l'analyse infinitésimale chez Luc Valerio. Ann.Soc.Sci.Bruxelles, 1913, 37: 37: Mém. 211–28. 6 BJwi
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. L'infinito ed il limite nel Rinascimento italiano. Boll.Unione Mat.Ital., 1939, 1: 275–86. [CB 58/568] 6 BJwn
[journalArticle]ZUBOV, V.P. [The problem of “indivisibles” and infinity in the ancient Russian literary monuments of the 15th century. (In Russian)] Ist.Mat.Issled., 1950, 3: 407–30. 6 BK
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. Ciruelo on the names ‘arithmetical’ and ‘geometrical’ proportions and progressions. Isis, 1928. 10: 362–6.
Apropos of Pedro Sanchez Ciruelo: “Cursus quatuor mathematicarum artium liberalium” (Alcala: 1516).

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[bookChapter]HEVESI, J. A summary account of the origin of the function and the variable before Galileo. Act.VIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Jerusalem, 1953), p. 366–71. Paris: Hermann, [n.d.]. 6 BL
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Le calcul infinitésimal chez Simon Stevin. Mathésis(Gand), 1923, 37: 12–18, 55–62, 105–9. [CB 15/155]
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Sur quelques exemples de la méthode des limites chez Simon Stevin. Ann.Soc.Sci., 1913, 37: 37: (2), 171–99.
[journalArticle]CAJORI, Florian. On an integration antedating the integral calculus. Bibl.Math., 3rd ser., 1913–14, 14: 312–19. [CB 7/105]
In Edward Wright's “Certaine errors in Navigation” (London: 1599).
[journalArticle]HOFMANN, J.E. Ueber das unmittelbare Nachwirken der Portaschen Quadratur krummlinig begrenzter ebener Figuren. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1954, 7: 16–34.
[journalArticle]HOFMANN, J.E. Ueber Portas Quadratur krummlinig begrenzter ebener Figuren. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1953, 6: 193–208, 15 fig. 6 BO GEOMETRY
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Quel fut l'auteur du “De quadrante geometrico libellus” édité à Nuremberg en 1594 aux frais de Corneille de Jode? Rev.Quest.Sci., 3rd ser., 1920, 28: 167–179. [CB 10/142]
The author of this text is Liévin Hulsius.
[journalArticle]LORIA, Gino. Intorno a due problemi geometrici proposti a N. Tartaglia. Boll.Mat.Sez.Stor.Bibliogr., 1932, 32: 32: lxi–lxiii.
[journalArticle]RICHESON, A.W. Notes on an unpublished manuscript of Valentin Engelhardt. Scr.Math., 1939, 6: 26–31.
On practical applications of geometry.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Bombelli; Ferrari, L.
Volume 2 under:- Leonardo da Vinci dr AZ; Pacioli
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[journalArticle]ARCHIBALD, Raymond Clare. The first translation of Euclid's “Elements” into English and its source. Amer.Math.Mon., 1950, 57: 443–52.
[journalArticle]SHENTON, Walter F. The first English Euclid. Amer.Math.Mon., 1928, 35: 505–11, 8 fig.
The first English translation of Euclid's “Elements” (1570) to be printed was the work of the English printer, John Day.
[book]THOMAS-STANFORD, Charles. Early editions of Euclid's “Elements”. 64 p., 13 p. London: Bibliographical Society, 1926.
[review]Reviewed by R.C. Archibald, Isis, 1928, 10: 59–60.
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[journalArticle]SARTON, George. Les azulejos géométriques de Coimbra. Query no. 51. Isis, 1935, 24: 106. 6 BOhj-26
[journalArticle]MELANCHTHON, Philip. A letter of Philip Melanchthon to the reader. Translated by Marian A. Moore. Isis, 1959, 50: 145–50.
A translation of Melanchthon's introduction to the 1537 Basle edition of Euclid's Elements.
[journalArticle]WRIGHT, E.M.; WRIGHT, E.P. Sir Henry Savile's lectures on Euclid. Scr.Math., 1960, 25: 63–5.
For translations of Euclid see 6 BOcl-26
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[book]BOFFITO, Giuseppe. Il primo compasso proporzionale costrito da Fabrizio Mordente e la “Operatio cilindri” di Paolo dell'Abbaco. 31 p., 15 fig., 2 pl. (Il Facsimile, 6) Firenze: Seeber, 1931. [CB 48/503]
[review]Reviewed by Gino Verità, Riv.Stor.Sci., 1932, 27: 32.
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[journalArticle]BOMPIANI, Enrico. Alcune costruzioni di coniche. Boll.Unione Mat.Ital., 1939, 1: 372–3.
Si ricorda una costruzione di Guidubaldo del Monte per l'ellisse e se ne dà una analoga per l'iperbole.
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Il primo fra i quesiti proposti dal Ferrari al Tartaglia nel su 30 cartello di matematica disfida, e la inscrizione nel cerchio dei poligoni regolari di 7 e di 9 lati. Rendic.Sess.Accad.Sci.Ist.Bologna Cl.Sci.Fis., new ser., 1925–26, 30: 51–64.
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. La trisezione dell'àngolo ed il caso irreducibile della equazione cubica nell'“Algebra” di Rafael Bombelli. Rendic.Sess.Accad.Sci.Ist.Bologna, Cl.Sci.Fis., 1922–23, 27: 125–39. [CB 16/203]
[journalArticle]ENESTRÖM, G. Ueber die ältere Geschichte des Sehnenvierecks (Anfrage 154). Bibl.Math., 1912, 12: 84.
Referring to a proposition in Simon Jacob's “Ein new und wolgegründe Rechenbuch” of 1552.
[journalArticle]HOFMANN, Jos.E. Ueber Viètes Konstruktion des regelmässigen Siebenecks. Centaurus, 1956, 4: 177–84, 5 fig.
[journalArticle]MANCINI, G. L'opera “De corporibus regularibus” di Piero Franceschi detto della Francesca, usurpata da Fra Luca Pacioli. Atti Accad.Naz.Lincei Mem.Cl.Sci.Morali Stor.Filol., 1916, 14: 441–580, pl., fig. 6 BPtq
[book]FUNCK-HELLET, Ch. Les oeuvres peintes de la Renaissance italienne et le nombre d'or. 56 p., ill. Paris: Le François, 1932. 6 BPxk
[journalArticle]MARCOLONGO, Roberto. Lo strumento inventato da Leonardo da Vinci per la risoluzione del problema di Alhazen. Rendic.Accad.Sci.Fis.Mat.Napoli, 1929, 35: 22–4, pl., fig. 6 BPzc
[book]LULL, Ramón. Kreisquadratur (De quadratura et triangulaturo circuli). [Hrsg.] von Joseph Ehrenfried Hofmann. (Die Quellen der Cusanischen Mathematik, 1; Cusanus-Studien, 7) 37 p., 1 pl. (Sitzungsber.Heidelb.Akad.Wiss.Phil.Hist.Kl., 1941/42, no. 4) Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1942. 6 BPzr-cm
[journalArticle]STEINITZ, Kate Trauman. A pageant of proportion in illustrated books of the 15th and 16th centuries in the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana. Centaurus, 1951, 1: 309–33, 18 fig. 6 BQ ANALYTICAL AND DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY
[journalArticle]BORTOLOTTI, Ettore. Primordi della geometria analitica. “L'algebra geometria” di Paolo Bonasoni nel MSS. 314 della Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna. Rendic.Sess.Accad.Sci.Ist.Bologna Cl.Sci.Fis., 1924–25, 29: 90–105. [CB 22/151]
See also Volume 2 under Viète
[journalArticle]MERCIER, Paul Ad. La perspective normale, sa découverte au XVe siècle. Experientia, 1950, 6: 278–80, 2 ill.
[journalArticle]PIRENNE, M.H. The scientific basis of Leonardo da Vinci's theory of perspective. Brit.J.Phil.Sci., 1952, 3: 169–85.
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, H. Benedetti als Perspektiviker. Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1919, 17: 190–5.
[bookChapter]WOLFF, Georg. History of the perspective up to year 1600. Act.VIIIe Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), p. 39–44. Paris: Hermann, 1958. 6 BRzp-tq
[journalArticle]CASARA, Giuseppina. Piero della Francesca e i fondamenti geometrici della prospettiva lineare. Atti Mem.Accad.Petrarca Lett.Arti Sci., new ser., 1942, 32–33: 93–132.

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[journalArticle]IVINS, William M., Jr. The Albertian scheme. Bull.Metrop.Mus.Art, 1936, 31: 278–80, 1 facs.
Apropos of L.B. Alberti's views on perspective.
[journalArticle]MESNIL, Jacques. Masaccio et la théorie de la perspective. Rev.Art Ancien Mod., 1914, 35: 145–56, ill.
[book]SCHURITZ, Hans. Die Perspective in der Kunst Dürers. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Perspective. (Diss., Darmstadt) 50 p., 22 pl. Frankfurt: 1919.
[journalArticle]WIELEITNER, H. Zur Erfindung der verschiedenen Distanzkonstruktionen in der malerischen Perspektive. Repert.Kunstwiss., 1920, 42: 249–62. [CB 10/140]
[journalArticle]WINTERNITZ, Emanuel. Quatrocento science in the Gubbio study. Bull.Metrop.Mus.Art, 1942, 1: 404–16, ill.
Experiments in the theory of perspective in the studio of the Duke of Urbino.
See also Volume 2 under Leonardo da Vinci drAZ
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[journalArticle]ROSSLER, G. Ein unbekanntes Instrument von Jobst Bürgi im Hessischen Landesmuseum zu Kassel. Z.Instrumentenk., 1932, 52: 31–8.
[review]Reviewed by Tropfke, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1932, 31: 269.
An insturment for perspctive drawing.
[journalArticle]DREYER, J.L.E. On Tycho Brahe's “Manual of trigonometry”. Observatory, 1916, 39: 127–31.
Shows that the method of ‘prosthaphaereis’ was due to Paul Wittich and Melchior Joestel.
[journalArticle]WERNER, Johann. Ioannis Verneri De triangulis sphaericis libri quatuor; De meteoroscipiis libri sex, cum prooemio Georgii Ioachimi Rhetici. 2 vol. 1. De triangulis sphaericis, hrsg. von A.A. Björnbo. 12 p.facs., 184 p., port., 211 fig.; 2. De meteoroscopiis, hrsg. von J. Würschmidt unter Benutzung der Vorarbeiten von A. Björnbo, mit einem Vorwort von E. Wiedemann, v, 260 p., 97 fig. (Abhandl.Gesch.Math.Wiss. no. 24, pt. 1–2) Leipzig: B.G. Teubner, 1907–13.
[review]Vol. 2 reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1914–19, 2: 205–6.
[book]ZELLER, Sister Mary Claudia. The development of trigonometry from Regiomontanus to Pitiscus. vi, 119 p., 40 pl., 134 fig. (Dissertation University of Michigan) Ann Arbor, Mich: 1944. [CB 70/254]
See also Volume 2 under Regiomontanus
[book]CARDANO, Girolamo. The book on games of chance (Liber de ludo aleae). v, 57 p. Translated by Sydney Henry Gould. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1961.
Reprinted from “Cardano: The Gambling Scholar” by Oystein Ore.
[book]ORE, Oystein. Cardano the gambling scholar. With a translation from the Latin of Cardano's “Book on games of chance”, by Sydeny Henry Gould. xiv, 249 p., 29 fig., 4 pl. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1953.
[review]Reviewed by R. Taton, Rev.Hist.Sci., 1954, 7: 288–9;
[review]by Theodore Rivlin, Scr.Math., 1953, 19: 252–3;
[review]by Francis R. Johnson, Isis, 1953, 44: 385–7;
[review]by H. Beuss, Gesnerus, 1957, 14: 69.
[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. Mathematical problems in relation to the history of economics and commerce. Amer.Math.Mon., 1917, 24: 221–3. [CB 8/459]
[journalArticle]STEVELINCK, E.; HAULOTTE, R. Galerie des grands auteurs comptables. 1599. Louis de Mayerne-Truquet. Doc.Commerciale Comptable, 1961, 17: no. 203, 23–5.
[journalArticle]STEVELINCK, E.; HAULOTTE, R. Galerie des grands auteurs comptables. 1600. Simon Stevin. Doc.Commerciale Comptable, 1962, 18: 18: (205): 27–32; (209), 31–36.
[book]WEITNAUER, Alfred. Venezianischer Handel der Fugger. Nach der Musterbuchhaltung des Matthäus Schwarz. xvi, 323 p. (Studien zur Fugger-Geschichte, 9) Münichen: Duncker & Humblot, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by Aloys Schulte, Deut.Lit.Zeitung, 1931, 2: 2055–7.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 2 under Pacioli
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[journalArticle]SMITH, David Eugene. The first great commercial arithmetic. Isis, 1926, 8: 41–9. [CB 21/508]
Analysis of the “Nobel opera de arithmetica” (Libro Dabacho) (Venice: 1484).
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[journalArticle]DAVIS, Natalie Zemon. Sixteenth-century French arithmetics on the business life. J.Hist.Ideas, 1960, 21: 18–48.
Comments on the morality of business life in French arithmetics.
[journalArticle]ARCHIBALD, Raymond C. First published compound interest tables. Math.Tables Aids Comput., 1945, 1: no. 10, 401–2.
[book]WALLER, ZEPER, Cornelis Marius. De oudste intresttafels in Italië, Frankrijk en Nederland med een herdruk van Stevins “Tafelen van interest”. [The oldest interest tables in Italy, France and the Netherlands, with a reprint of Stevin's “Interest tables”. (In Dutch)] (Diss., Leiden) 92, 4 p. Amsterdam: Noord-Hollandsche Uitgeversmaatschappij, 1937. [CB 69/185] 6 BY RECREATIONAL MATHEMATICS
[journalArticle]BOISSIÈRE, Claude de. Bossière's Pythagorean game. Translated with notes on the text by John F.C. Richards. Scr.Math., 1946, 12: 177–217, 11 fig.
Apropos of the “Rythmomachia” (Paris: 1556).
[journalArticle]MESNARD, Pierre. A física de Jean Bodin. Segundo o “Anfiteatro da Naturaleza”. Rev.Port.Fil., 1961, 17: 17: (2), 164–200.
[bookChapter]ZUBOV, V.P. Fizicheskie idei Renassansa. [Renaissance ideas of physics. (In Russian)] In: Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Institut istorii estgestvoznaniia i tekhniki. Ocherki razvitiia osnovnykh fizicheskikh idei, p. 129–55. Moskva: Izd-vo Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1959.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Cusanus, N.; Dominis; Gilbert, W.
Volume 2 under:- Leonardo da Vinci esp. drAS; Marliani; Maurolico; Porta, G.B. della; Stevin
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[bookChapter]BIRKENMAJER, Alexander. Die Wiegendrucke der physischen Werke Johannes Versors. Bok- och Bibliotekshistoriska Studier tillägnade Isak Collijn, p. 121–135. Uppsala: Almqvist, 1935. [CB 19/748] 6 CAme
[journalArticle]PATRIZI, Francesco. On physical space. Transl. by Benjamin Brickman. J.Hist.Ideas, 1943, 4: 224–45.

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[journalArticle]D'ARRIGO, A. Un frammento in inedito di Leonardo e la relatività. Sophia, 1958, 26: 226–41. 6 CD MECHANICS
[bookChapter]DRABKIN, Israel E. G.B. Benedetti and Galileo's “De motu”. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 627–30. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]DRABKIN, Israel E. Two versions of G.B. Benedetti's “Demonstratio proportionum motuum localium”. Isis, 1963, 54: 259–62.
[journalArticle]DUGAS, R. La cinématique du mouvement uniformément accéléré et la chute des graves de l'Ecole d'Oxford à Dominique Soto. Rev.Sci., 1948, 86: 131–4.
[journalArticle]GOKOVSKII, M.A. [Die Mechanik von L.B. Alberti und die Mechanik von Leonardo da Vinci. (In Russian, with German summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1935, no. 7, 105–28.
[journalArticle]HARIG, G. [Die Statik Cardans und Tartaglias. (In Russian with German summary)] Arkh.Ist.Nauk.Tekh., 1936, 9: 23–7, 10 fig.
[journalArticle]MOSCOVICI, Serge. Notges sur le “De motu tractatus” de Michel Varro. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1958, 11: 108–29.
[journalArticle]VALENTIN, G. Eine Ausgabe des “Liber de triplici motu” des Alvarus Thomas. Bibl.Math.,3rd ser., 1913–14, 14: 249–52.
[journalArticle]VIETS, Henry, “De staticis experimentis” of Nicolaus Cusanus. Ann.Med.Hist., 1922, 4: 115–35, ill.
[journalArticle]WILLIAMS, E. Some observations of Leonardo, Galileo, Mariotte and others relative to size effect. Ann.Sci., 1957, 13: 23–9.
[journalArticle]WILSON, Curtis. Pompanazzi's criticism of Calculator. Isis, 1953, 44: 355–62.
[journalArticle]ZILSEL, Edgar. Copernicus and mechanics. J.Hist.Ideas, 1940, 1: 113–18.
See also Volume 2 under Leonado da Vinci esp. drAZ
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[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Giovanni de' Fontana. Isis, 1930, 14: 221–2.
Apropos of Fontana's treatise “De trigono balistario”, 1440.
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[journalArticle]AGOSTINI, Amedeo. I baricentri e loro proprietà in Leonardo da Vinci. Boll.Unione Mat.Ital., ser. 3, 1952, 7: 321–7.
[journalArticle]MARCOLONGO, Roberto. I centri di gravità dei corpi negli scritti di Leonardo da Vinci. Raccolta Vinciana, 1930. fasc. 13, 99–113. 6 CDzi
[journalArticle]SOMENZI, Vittorio. Il principio d'inerzia in Cusano e in Galileo. Arch.Fil., 1964, 33: 71–4. 6 CE FLUID MECHANICS
[bookChapter]NATUCCI, Alpinolo. Commento di Niccolò Tartaglia all'opera di Archimede “De insidentibus aquae”. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), p. 75–83. Paris: Hermann, 1958. 6 CJ OPTICS
for optical phenomena in meteorology see 6 GD
[book]BRIZIO, Anna Maria. Razzi incidenti e razzi refressi (dal fᵒ 94ᵛ ed altri del Codice Arundel), III Lettura Vinciana, Vinci-Biblioteca Leonardina 21 Aprile 1963. 21 p., 8 ill. Firenze: Barbèra, 1964.
[journalArticle]CASTIGLIONI, Arturo. Il “Trattato dell'ottica” di Lorenzo Ghiberti (1378–1455). Riv.Stor.Sci., 1921, 12: 51–70.
[book]DOESSCHATE, Gezienus ten. De derde commentaar van Lorenzo Ghiberti in verband met de middeleeuwsche optiek. [L.G.'s 3rd commentary in relation to medieval optics. (In Dutch)] (Diss., Utrecht) 104 p. Utrecht: Hoonte, 1940.
[review]Reviewed by K.T.A. Halbertsma, Bijdr.Gesch.Geneesk., 1941, 21: 8.
[book]MAUROLICO,Francesco. The Photismi de lumine of Maurolycus. A chapter in late medieval optics. Transl. by Henry Cres. xxi, 134 p., portr., 3 facs., 70 fig. New York: Macmillan, 1940.
[review]Reviewed by I. Bernard Cohen, Isis, 1941, 33: 251–3.
[journalArticle]NALDONI, Anna Maria. L'ottica del Porta dal “De refractione” al “De telescopio”. Atti Fond.Ronchi. 1952, 7: 54–72, 9 fig.
[book]RISNER, Friedrich. Risneri opticam cum annotationibus Willebroordi Snellii, edidit J.A. Vollgraff. Pars prima, librum primum continens. 312 p. Gandavi (Ghent): In aedibus Plantini, 1918.
Risner's “Optica” was first published by Wilhelm Wessel (Cassel: 1606).
[journalArticle]RONCHI, Vasco. Du “De refractione” au “De telescopio” de G.B. Della Porta. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1954, 7: 34–59, 6 fig.
[bookChapter]RONCHI, Vasco. Leonardo e l'ottica. In: Leonardo: saggi e ricerche, p. 161–85, 13 fig. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato, 1954.
[journalArticle]ROSEN, Edward. The title of Maurolico's “Photismi”. Amer.J.Phys., 1957, 25: 226–8, 2 fig. 6 CJxk optical insturments
for telescopes see 6 FAxk microscopy see 6 JA spectacles see 6 ORzs
[journalArticle]GLIOZZI, Mario. L'invenzione della camera oscura. Archeion, 1932, 14: 221–9. [CB 38/527]
[journalArticle]LIESEGANG, F. Paul. Die entwicklungsgeschichtliche Herleitung der Laterna magica mit Kondensorlinse aus der “Spiegelschreibkunst mit nur einer Linse ohne Spiegel” (Porta, 1589). Zent.Zeitung.Opt.Mech., 1922, 4: 4: no. 5.
[journalArticle]LIESEGANG, F. Paul. Die Kamera obskura bei Porta. Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1919, 18: 1–6.
[journalArticle]VETRI, Paolo. Da alcune note di Leonardo allo steroscopio. Atti Accad.Pontaniana, 1926, 31: 69–88. 6 CJxkm
[journalArticle]ROCCHI, Vincenzo. Appunti di storia critica del microscopio. Riv.Stor.Crit.Sci., 1913, 4: 1–14. 6 CK
[journalArticle]DARMSTAEDTER, Ernst. Paracelsische Auffassungen über Farbenerscheinungen. Acta Paracelsica, 1932, no. 5, 121–6. 6 CL MAGNETISM
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see
Volume 1 under Gilbert, W.
[journalArticle]PAGEL, Walter. The prime matter of Paracelsus. Ambix, 1961, 9: 117–35. 6 D CHEMISTRY
for agricultural chemistry see 6 SB chemical industry see 6 VP
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[journalArticle]GORMAN, Mel. Some copies of Jean Beguin's textbook of chemistry. J.Chem.Educ., 1958, 35: 575–7.

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[journalArticle]PATTERSON, T.S. Jean Beguin and his “Tyrocinium chymicum”. Ann.Sci., 1937, 2: 243–98, 27 fig. [CB 28/551]
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under Agricola, G.
Volume 2 under Paracelsus drBZ
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[journalArticle]BOAS HALL, Marie. Humanism in chemistry. Chymia, 1962, 8: 33–9.
A discussion of classical views and authorities as used and modified by 16th-century medical chemists.
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[journalArticle]HIRSCH, Rudolf. The invention of printing and the diffusion of alchemical and chemical knowledge. Chymia, 1950, 3: 115–41.
This includes a very useful checklist of chemical books published from 1469 to 1536.
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[journalArticle]PETERS, Hermann. Luthers Stellung zur Chemie. Chem.Zeitung, 1917, 41: 729–30. 6 Dtk
[journalArticle]SCHELENZ, Hermann. Shakespeares Kenntnisse auf dem Gebiete der Chemie. Ber.Deut.Pharm.Ges., 1912, 22; 268, 359; 1913, 23: 411. 6 Dwh
[journalArticle]HUBICKI, Włodzimierz. Chemistry and alchemy in sixteenth­century Cracow. Endeavour, 1958, 17: 204–7. 6 Dwk
[journalArticle]ZACHAR, Otakar. Die Bedeutung der Holländer in der ältesten Geschichte der Chemie. Janus, 1912, 17: 535–56. 6 DC ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 6 DCwh
[journalArticle]HUBICKI, Włodzimierz. Chemische Analyse im 16. Jahrhundert in Polen. Ann.Univ.Mariae Curie-Sklodowska, Sect.AA, 1958, 13: 1–12. 6 DD PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 6 DEzd
[journalArticle]SUDHOFF, Karl. Weiteres zur Geschichte der Destillationstechnik. Arch.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech., 1914, 5: 282–8, 4 fig.
[bookChapter]TAYLOR, F. Sherwood. The idea of the quintessence. Science, Medicine and History. Essays in honour of Charles Singer, (1), p. 247–65, 2 pl. London: Oxford University Press, 1953. [CB 80/156]
Chiefly traces the idea of “essence” and gives a brief account of sixteenth-century works on distillation.
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[journalArticle]FELDHAUS, F.M. Ein Destillierapparat vom Jahre 1500. Chem.Zeitung, 1912, 36: 301.
[bookChapter]LIPPMANN, Edmund O. von. Zur Geschichte der ununterbrochenen Kühlung bei der Destillation. Chem.Zeitung, 1915, 39: 1–3. Also in: Lippmann, Edmund O. von. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, p. 127–36. Berlin: J. Springer, 1923. 6 DFzc
[journalArticle]RFTI, Ladislao. Leonardo da Vinci's experiments on combustion. J.Chem.Educ., 1952, 29: 590–6. 6 DR/DV INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 6 DS
[bookChapter]DEBUS, Allen G. The aerial niter in the 16th and early 17th centuries. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (2), p. 835–9. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]DEBUS, Allen G. The Paracelsian aerial niter. Isis, 1964, 55: 43–61.
[journalArticle]DOBBIN, Leonard. Paracelsus and the discovery of hydrogen. (Letter to the editor) J.Chem.Educ., 1932, 9: 1122–4. [CB 35/262]
[journalArticle]LIPPMAN, Edmund O. von. Zur Entdeckung des Wasserstoffes durch Paracelsus. Chem.Zeitung, 1932, 56: 193. 6 DV
[journalArticle]DARMSTAEDTER, Ernst. Zur Geschichte des Äthers (Diäthyläthers). J.Prakt.Chem., 1928, 120: 74–88 [CB 26/168]
[journalArticle]PATTERSON, T.S. Note on Blaise de Vigenère, John Ferguson, and benzoic acid. Ann.Sci., 1939, 4: 61–4, 1 pl.
[journalArticle]FOR the discovery of ether see also
Volume 1 under Cordus
[journalArticle]COLNORT-BODET, S. Teoria i praktyka. Pewien traktat alchemii z XVI wieku. [Theory and practice. A treatise on alchemy in the 16th century. (In Polish, with English and Russian summaries)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1962, 7: 49–57.
Deals with Jean Brouaut who developed some alcoholic tinctures which he applied as a universal remedy.
[book]DARMSTAEDTER, Ernst. Arznei und Alchemie. Paracelsus-Studien. vii, 77 p. (Studien zur Geschichte der Medizin, 20) Leipzig: Barth, 1931.
[review]Reviewed by G. Sticker, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1931, 30: 209
[journalArticle]DUVEEN, Denis I. Le Livre de la Très Sainte Trinité. Ambix, 1948, 3: 26–32.
A 15th century alchemical treatise.
[journalArticle]DUVEEN, Denis I. Two unrecorded eighteenth century French chemists and an early Italian alchemical ‘unicum’. Ambix, 1946, 2: 192–5, facs. [CB 71/119]
The Italian book is the “Verità de la alchimia” by Angelo de Fortibus (Venice: 1525).
[journalArticle]EMMANUEL, M. Deux charlatans et un savant. Hellén.Contemp., 1950, 4: 31–5. [CB 79/175]
Apropos of two alchemists, Mamonas of Cyprus, who flourished in Venice c. 1570 under the name of Conte Magnunano, and Lascaris; and a genuine chemist, Marcos Harvuris.
[journalArticle]GANZENMÜLLER, Wilhelm. Das Buch der heiligen Dreifaltigkeit, eine deutsche Alchemie aus dem Anfang des 15. Jahrhunderts. Arch.Kulturgesch., 1939, 29: 93–146.
[journalArticle]HUBICKI, Włodzimierz. 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.
[journalArticle]JUNG, C.G. The Bologna enigma. Ambix, 1946, 2: 182–91.
Apropos of a fanciful epitaph first mentioned in 1548.
[journalArticle]PARTINGTON, J.R. Trithemius and alchemy. Ambix, 1938, 2: 53–9.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Alchemy during the first half of the sixteenth century. Ambix, 1938, 2: 26–37.
[journalArticle]ZACHAIRE, Denis. The autobiography of Denis Zachaire. An account of an alchemist's life in the sixteenth century. [Translation and notes by Tenney L. Davis.] Isis, 1926, 8: 287–99, 1 pl. [CB 21/511]
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Battonat; Blomefield; Bragadino; Charnock; Fioravanti; Hollandus, J.I.
Volume 2 under:- Norton; Paracelsus esp. drDY; Sendivogius; Thurneisser zum Thurn; Valentinus, B.

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[journalArticle]BROWNE, C.A. An old colonial manuscript volume relating to alchemy. J.Chem.Educ., 1928, 5: 1583–90, 3 pl. [CB 26/231]
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. An alchemical manuscript: Klagenfurt, Bischof. Bibl. XXIX. d. 24. Ambix, 1963, 11: 95–6.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Two more alchemical manuscripts. Speculum, 1937, 12: 370–74. [CB 51/231]
Contain other matters of importance for the history of alchemy during the later middle ages and around the year 1500.
[journalArticle]WILSON, W.J. An alchemical manuscript by Arnaldus de Bruxella. Osiris, 1936, 2: 220–405, 2 pl. [CB 48/505] 6 DYcd-bv
[book]CORBETT, James. Catalogue des manuscrits alchimiques latins. 2 vol. 1. Manuscrits des bibliothèques publiques de Paris antérieurs au XVIIe siècle. 367 p.; 2. Manuscrits des bibliothèques publiques des départments français antérieurs au XVIIe siècle. 200 p. Bruxelles: Secrétariat Administratif de l'U.A.I., 1939, 1951. [CB 78/163]
[review]Volume 1 reviewed by G. Sarton, Isis, 1940, 32: 211–12.
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[journalArticle]DIERGART, Paul. Anregung zu einer Neuausgabe des ersten lateinisch geschriebenen Lehrbuchs “Alchemia” v.J.1597 des Andreas Liebau (Libavius) anlässlich der 325. Wiederkehr seines Todesjahres (gest.1616). Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1941–42, 40: 184
[book]TRISMOSIN, Solomon. Splendor solis. Alchemical treatises, including 22 allegorical pictures reproduced from the original paintings in the unique manuscript on vellum, dated 1582, in the British Museum. With introduction, elucidation of the paintings, aiding the interpretation of their occult meaning. Trismosin's autobiographical account of his travels in search of the philosopher's stone, a summary of his alchemical process called “The red lion”, and explanatory notes by J.K. 104 p. London: K. Paul, [1920]. 6 DYcg
[journalArticle]BRUNEL, Clovis. Recettes médicales, alchimiques et astrologiques … See 6 RMwf-cg
[journalArticle]KARL, Louis. Notice sur une recette alchimique de l'or attribuée au roi Mathias Corvin. Archeion, 1929, 11: 206–9. [CB 28/460] 6 DYnb
[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.
[journalArticle]SHEPPARD, H.J. A survey of alchemical and hermetic symbolism. Ambix, 1960, 8: 35–41. 6 DYtd
[journalArticle]GANZENMÜLLER, Wilhelm. Alchimia in foro conscientioso. Sudhoffs Arch., 1953, 37: 229–34.
[journalArticle]MONTGOMERY, John Warwick. Cross, constellation, and crucible: Lutheran astrology and alchemy in the age of the reformation. Ambix, 1963, 11: 65–86. 6 DYtk
[journalArticle]TAYLOR, F. Sherwood. The argument of Morien and Merlin: an English alchemical poem. Chymia, 1948, 1: 23–35.
Includes transcription of the poem from MS. Ashmole 1445 (vi. 27).
[journalArticle]TAYLOR, F. Sherwood. George Ripley's song. Ambix, 1946, 2: 177–81. 6 DYtq
[book]COMBE, Jacques. Jheronimus Bosch. Transl. from the French by Ethel Duncan. 105 p., 142 pl. London: Batsfrod, 1946.
[review]Reviewed by W. Pagel, Isis, 1949, 40: 58–9.
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[journalArticle]HARTLAUB, G.F. Arcana artis. Spuren alchemistischer Symbolik in der kunst des 16. Jahrhunderts. Z.Kunstgesch., 1937, 6: 289–324.
[review]Reviewed by J.R., Ambix, 1938, 2: 112–113.
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. Mysterious alchemical or astrological symbols in paintings of the school of Gentile da Fabriano (first half of the fifteenth century). Query no. 45. Isis, 1934, 22: 226–8, 1 pl., 2 fig. 6 DYwe
[journalArticle]READ, John. Alchemy under James IV of Scotland. Ambix, 1938, 2: 60–7. 6 DYwe-rf
[journalArticle]GEOGHEGAN, D. A licence of Henry VI to practise alchemy. Ambix, 1957, 6: 10–17, 1 fig. 6 DYwg
[journalArticle]HUGGENBERG, Frieda Maria. Alchemisten und Goldmacher im 16. Jahrhundert in der Schweiz. Gesnerus 1956, 13: 97–163.
[journalArticle]KOYRÉ, Alexandre. Mystiques, spirituels, alchimistes du XVIe siècle allemand. See 6 ACwg 6 DYwh
[journalArticle]HUBICKI, Włodzimierz. Chemistry and alchemy in sixteenth­century Cracow. Endeavour, 1958, 17: 204–7. 6 DYwh-oq
[journalArticle]HUBICKI, Włodzimierz. [Was alchemy taught in the University of Cracow? (In Polish)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1964, 9: 199–210. 6 DYwi
[bookChapter]MAZZUCCO, Romolo. Gli alchimisti fiorentini del millecinquecento. Act.VIIIe Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), p. 477–82. Paris: Hermann, 1958. 6 DYwn
[journalArticle]FIGUROVSKII, N.A. Po povodu letopisnogo izvestiya o russkom alkhimike XVI veka. [On the chronological record of Russian alchemy of the sixteenth century. (In Russian)] Tr.Inst.Ist.Est., 1952, 4: 445–9. 6 F ASTRONOMY 6 Fc
[book]ALTER, George. Two Renaissance astronomers - David Ganz, Joseph Delmedigo. 77 p., 15 pl. (Rozpr.Česk.Akad.Věd Řada Mat.Přírodn.Věd, 68: no. 11) Prague: 1958.
[review]Reviewed by E.B. Allen, Math.Rev., 1960, 21: 484–5; in Renaiss.News, 1961, 14: 141–2.
[journalArticle]CHUDOVICHEVA, N.A. [Astronomical works of V.P. Engelhardt. (In Russian)] Ist.Astron.Issled., 1958, 4: 453–66
[journalArticle]HAARBECK, Walther. Johannes Lichtenberger Astronomus. Saarpfälzische Abhandl.Landes.Volksforsch., 1939, 3: 152–71.
[review]Reviewed by Zaunick, Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1940, 39: 171.
[book]LUTH, Oluf. Nogre stycker aff thenn frije konst astronomia (Cod.Holm.D 77). Med inledning utgiven av Henrik Sandblad. [Some examples of the free art of astronomy. Ed. with introd. by Henrik Sandblad. (In Swedish)] xxiv, 91 p., 33 fig. (Skrifter utgivna av K. Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet, Uppsala, 29: no.4) Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1935. [CB 45/209]
Edition of a Swedish adaptation of Sacrobosco.
[review]Reviewed by Willy Hartner, Isis, 1936, 26: 161–4.
[journalArticle]NOLL-HUSUM, H. Nostradamus und die Astronomie. Ein Beitrag zur Methode der Astro-Chronologie. Vierteljahrsschr.Astron.Ges., 1936, 71: 242–9. [CB 49/130]

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[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Pre-Copernican astronomical activity. Proc.Amer.Phil.Soc., 1950, 94: 321–6.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Apianus; Benedetti, G.B.; Berp; Bianchini; Brahe; Brzymala; Cheyne, J.; Copernicus; Digges, T.; Gaultier de la Valette; Gilliszoon; Hagecius; Harriot; Johannes von Gmunden
Volume 2 under:- Lewis of Caerleon; Leowitz; Maurolico; Regiomontanus; Rethe; Rheticus; Stevin; Tolhopf; Toscanelli; Ursus; Vecinho; Virdung; Wodka
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[bookChapter]JOHNSON, Francis R. Astronomical textbooks in the sixteenth century. Science, Medicine and History. Essays in honour of Charles Singer, (1), p. 258–302, 2 fig. London: Oxford University Press, 1953.
[journalArticle]SCHÖNFELDT, Klaus. Lucidarius-Auszüge in astronomischen Handschriften des 15. Jahrhunderts. Centaurus, 1963, 8: 85–90.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Concerning astronomical books published soon after Copernicus' “De revolutionibus”. Query no. 122. Isis, 1950, 41: 53. 6 Fcl FOR translations of astronomical works see
Volume 2 under:- Melanchthon; Porta, G.B. della dp
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[journalArticle]BLUMER, Walter. Glareanus' representation of the universe. Imago Mundi, 1954, 11: 148–9, 1 fig.
[journalArticle]MICHEL, Henri. Un manuscrit cosmographique du XVe siècle. Ciel Terre, 1942, 58: 131–3. [CB 69/183]
[journalArticle]PATTERSON, Louis Diehl. Recorde's cosmography, 1556. Isis, 1951, 42: 208–18, 2 fig.
[journalArticle]PRZYPKOWSKI, T. [Specimen of the first printed Polish sky map (1585). (In Polish)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1964, 9: 11–13
[bookChapter]SINGER, Dorothea Waley. An unusual plan of the universe. Studies and Essays offered to George Sarton, p. 415–18, 1 facs. New York: Schuman, 1947. [CB 71/81]
[journalArticle]SUTER, Rufus. Sixteenth-century cosmographer. [Giordano Bruno] Sky Telesc., 1961, 21: 79. 6 Fco
[book]AMEISENOWA, Zofia. The globe of Martin Bylica of Olkusz and celestial maps in the East and in the West. Translated by Andrzej Potocki. 59 p., 46 pl. (Monografie z Dziejów Nauki i Techniki, 11) Wroclaw: Zaklad Narodowy im. Ossolińskich­Wydawnictwo, 1959. [CB 85/424]
[review]Reviewed by Derek J. DeSolla Price, Isis, 1961, 52: 606;
[review]by Jadwiga Karwasinska, Scriptorium, 1962, 16: 108–9.
[journalArticle]PRZYPKOWSKI, Tadeusz. Globus Bylicy i pierwsze nowoczesne mapy nieba. [The Bylica globe and the first modern celestial maps. (In Polish, with Russian and English summaries)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1961, 6: 553–67. 6 Fhj-26 FOR Greek influences see
Volume 1 under Copernicus dd
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[journalArticle]CARMODY, Francis J. Regiomontanus' notes on al-Bitrūjī's astronomy. Isis, 1951, 42: 121–30.
[journalArticle]ROSEN, Edward. Copernicus and al-Bitrūjī. Centaurus, 1961, 7: 152–6. 6 Fod
[journalArticle]WIGHTMAN, W.P.D. James Cheyne of Arnage. Aberdeen Univ.Rev., 1954, 35: 369–83. [CB 81/309]
A member of the Faculty of Arts at Douai who used modern methods of teaching, notably in astronomy.
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[journalArticle]DEAN, John Candee. The astronomy of Shakespeare. Sci.Mon., 1924, 19: 400–6.
[journalArticle]GUTHRIE, W.G. The astronomy of Shakespeare. Irish Astron.J., 1964, 6: 201–11. [CB 90/565]
[book]PEREIRA DA SILVA, Luciano. Astronomia dos “Lusiadas”. xv, 228 p. Coimbra: Universidade, 1915.
[journalArticle]FOR the relation of astronomy and poetry see also
Volume 2 under Marlowe
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[journalArticle]PALM, Erwin Walter. A vault with cosmotheological representations at the “Imperial Monastery” of the Dominicans on the Island of Hispaniola. Art Bull., 1950, 32: 219–25, 8 fig. 6 Fwe
[journalArticle]JOHNSON, Francis R. The influence of Thomas Digges on the progress of modern astronomy in 16th century England. Osiris, 1936, 1: 390–410. [CB 46/538] 6 Fwe-ce
[book]JOHNSON, Francis R. Astronomical thought in Renaissance England. A study of the English scientific writings from 1500 to 1645. xi, 357 p. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1937.
[review]Reviewed by Grant McColley, Isis, 1938, 28: 514–16.
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[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Astronomy at Paris around 1485 and 1360. Hum.Renaiss., 1936, 3: 165–8. 6 Fwg
[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Die fränkische Sternkunde im 11. bis 16. Jahrhundert. Ber.Naturforsch.Ges.Bamberg, 1934, 27: 1–118, ill. [CB 42/584]
Mainly a history of astronomy in the 15th and 16th centuries in Nuremberg.
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[book]ZINNER, Ernst. Geschichte und Bibliographie der astronomischen Literatur in Deutschland zur Zeit der Renaissance. viii, 452 p. Leipzig: Hiersemann, 1941.
[review]Reviewed by Edward Rosen, Isis, 1946, 36: 261–6;
[review]by N.V.E. Nordenmark, Lychnos, 1942, 392.
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[bookChapter]BIRKENMAJER, Alexandre. L'Université de Cracovie, centre international d'enseignement astronomique à la fin du Moyen Âge. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), p. 359–63. Paris: Hermann, 1958. 6 Fwj-cd
[book]MILLÀS VALLICROSA, José M. Manuscrits catalans de caràcter astronòmic a la Bibliotheca nacional de Madrid. 11 p. (Analecta Sacra Tarraconensia 11, fasc. 1–2, Miscellania Finke d'Historia i Cultura Catalana, extracte) Barcelona: Biblioteca Balmes, 1935. [CB 45/253] 6 Fxk astronomical instruments
for telescopes see 6 FAxk astrolabes see 6 FDxp armillary spheres see 6 FFxg sundials see 6 FVxs
[journalArticle]BEAUJOUAN, Guy. Aperçus nouveaux sur les instruments astronomiquesau bas Moyen Âge. J.Savants, April-June 1964, 140–7. [CB 90/555]
A description of the scientific instruments and clocks produced by Jean Fusoris, based on the volume by Poulle, see below.
[book]BRAHE, Tycho. Tycho Brahe's description of his instruments and scientific work as given in “Astronomiae instauratae mechanica” (Wandesburgi: 1598). Translated and edited by Hans Raeder, Elis Strömgren, and Bengt Strömgren. 144 p., portr., 31 fig. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 1946.
[review]Reviewed by C. Doris Hellman, Isis, 1950, 41: 109–12.

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[journalArticle]DALTON, Ormonde Maddock. Croft Lyons bequest of early dials and other instruments. Brit.Mus.Quart., 1926, 1: 76–7, 1 pl.
With special reference to the horizontal dial made by Erasmus Habermel of Prague, instrument maker to Rudolf II and Tycho Brahe, who had worked before at Regensburg and Augsburg.
[journalArticle]GUNTHER, Robert Theodore. The great astrolabe and other scientific instruments of Humphrey Cole. Archaeologia, 1927, 76: 273–317, ill. [CB 27/448]
[journalArticle]HARTMANN, J. Die ältesten deutschen astronomischen Instrumente. Z.Instrumentenk., 1920, 40: 221–35, 7 fig.
A further study of cusanus' torquetum, astrolabe and his celestial globes.
[book]HARTMANN, J. Die astronomischen Instrumente des Kardinals Nikolaus Cusanus. 56 p., 12 pl. (Abhandl.Ges.Wiss.Götingen Math.Phys.Kl., 10) Berlin: 1919. [CB 10/139]
With an appendix by Wilhelm Ostwald.
[journalArticle]MICHEL, Henri. Mercator, constructeur d'instruments astronomiques. Ciel Terre, 1962, 79: 79: no. 5–6, 191–6, portr. [CB 89/540]
[book]POULLE, Emmanuel. Un constructeur d'instruments astronomiques au XVᵉ siècle: Jean Fusoris. 208 p., fig., pl. (Bibliothèque de l'École des Hautes Études, IVᵉ Sect., 318) Paris: Champion, 1963.
[review]Reviewed by Jacques Payen, Rev.Hist.Sic., 1964, 17: 262–7;
[review]by H. Michel, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1964, 17: 86–7.
[journalArticle]POULLE, Emmanuel. Sur un fragment d'instrument astronomique des Musées de Bruxelles. Ciel Terre, 1963, 79: 363–9; Bull.Soc.Belge Astron., 1963, 79: 79: no. 11–12, 3–19.
Describes an equatorial of the 16th century.
[journalArticle]PRZYPKOWSKI, T. Les instruments astronomiques de Nicolas Copernic et l'édition d'Amsterdam (1617) de “De revolutionibus”. Act.VIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. Jerusalem, 1953), p. 537–43, 2 pl. Paris: Hermann, 1955; also in Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1953, 6: 6: (32), 220–6, 2 pl.
[journalArticle]TEKELI, Sevim. Nasirüddin, Takiyüddin ve Tycho Barhe’nin rasat aletlerinin mukayesesi. [The comparison of the instruments of Taqī al-Dīn and Tycho Brahe. (In Turkish, with English summary)] Dergisi Ankara Üniv.Dil Tarih-Coğrafya Fak., 1958, 16: 16: no. 3–4, 301–93, 55 fig.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Giovanni Bianchini's astronomica instruments. Scr.Math., 1955, 21: 136–7.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Sexagenarium. Isis, 1951, 42: 130–3.
An astronomical instrument mady by Johannes Bonia in 1464.
[book]BECKETT, Francis. [Tycho Brahe's Uraniborg and Stejerneborg on the island of Hveen. (In Danish, with English summary)] Drawing by Charles Christensen. 43 p., 9 pl. Copenhagen: Aage Marcus, 1921.
Description of Tycho Brahe's observatories.
[journalArticle]PAGACZEWSKI, Janusz. [Localization of Nicolaus Copernicus' astronomical observatory at Frombork on the basis of a 16th­century document. (In Polish)] Kwart.Hist.Nauk.Tech., 1964, 9: 3–10. 6 FAxk TELESCOPES
[journalArticle]FELDHAUS, Franz M. Zur Geschichte des ältesten Fernrohrs. Z.Vermessungswesen, 1913, 42: 422–4.
Apropos of Leonard Digges and William Bourne.
See also Volume 2 under Porta, G.B. della
[journalArticle]FLAMMARION, Camille. Le déplacement du pôle céleste par la précession des équinoxes. Astronomie, 1913, 27: 289–91.
À propos d'un livre de Jérôme Cardan, de 143 et de la “Cosmographie” d'Apian, 1524.
[journalArticle]IONIDES, S.A. Medieval astronomical constants. Publ.Astron.Soc.Pacific, 1934, 46: 325–38, 4 pl.
All the data for these astronomical constants were taken from “Caesars' Astronomy” by Peter Apian (“Astronomicum Caesareum per Petrum Apianum”, Ingolstadet: 1540).
[bookChapter]RAVETZ, Jerome R. The precession of the equinoxes. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 607–10. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
On Copernican and Ptolemaean theory.
[journalArticle]STICKER, Bernhard. Landgraf Wilhelm IV. and die Anfänge der modernen astronomischen Messkunst. Sudhoffs Arch., 1956, 40: 15–25.
[bookChapter]TEKELI, Sevim. Solar parameters and certain observational methods of Taqī al Dīn and Tycho Brahe. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 623–6. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]WERNER, Johann. See 6 BS 6 FDxp ASTROLABES
[journalArticle]BARBOSA, António. José Vizinho, autor do “Regimento do estrolabio”. Petrus Nonius, 1937, 1: 19–48.
[book]BENSAUDE, Joaquim, ed. Regimento do estrolabio e do quadrante. Tractade da spera do mundo. Reproduction facsimilé du seul exemplaire connu appartenant à la Bibliothèque Royale de Munich. 31 p., 64 pl. (Histoire de la Science Natuique Portugaise à l'Époque des Grandes Découvertes, 1) Munich: Carl Kuhn, 1914. [CB 10/142]
[book]FONTOURA DA COSTA, A. A intrigante penúltima página do “Regimento de Munich” [Regimento do estrolabio e do quadrante]. (Anais do club Militar Naval) Lison: 1937.
[journalArticle]GABB, George H. The astrological astrolabe of Queen Elizabeth. Archaeologia, 1937, 86: 101–3, 2 pl., 1 fig.
[journalArticle]GERSÀO VENTURA, Augusta Faria. O “Regimento de Munich” e o enigma da sua penúltima página. Petrus Nonius, 1939, 2: 140–7.
[journalArticle]GUNTHER, R.T. The astrolabe of Queen Elizabeth. Archaeologia, 1937, 86: 65–72, 3 pl., 3 fig.
[journalArticle]GUNTHER, R.T. The newly found astrolabe of Queen Elizabeth. A sixteenth century navigational instrument, one of the finest of its kind, discovered at Oxford: the only extant work by Thomas Gemini. Illus.Lond.News, 24 Oct. 1936, 738–9, 6 ill.
[journalArticle]MICHEL, Henri. Un astrolabe d'Érasme Habermel. Bull.Soc.Archéol.Bruxelles, août-déc. 1937, 107–10.
[bookChapter]MICHEL, Henri. Un traité de l'astrolabe du XVe siècle. In: Homenaje a Millas Vallicrosa, vol. 2, p. 41–71, 5 fig. Barcelona: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 1956.
[journalArticle]MØLLER, Jorgen M. Det plane astrolabium. [The flat astrolabe. (In Danish)] Nord.Astron.Tidsskr., 1964, 113–34, ill.
A description of a Danish astrolabe which was exhibited in the University of Aarhus in 1964.
[journalArticle]POULLE, Emmanuel. L'équatoire de Guillaume Gilliszoon de Wissekerke. Physis, 1961, 3: 223–51.
[journalArticle]POULLE, Emmanuel; MADDISON, Francis. Un équatoire de Franciscus Sarzosius. Physis, 1963, 5: 43–64.
[journalArticle]PRICE, Derek J. de S. the first scientific instrument of the Renaissance. Physis, 1959, 1: 26–30.
Description of an astrolabe made by Regiomontanus for Cardinal Bessarion in Rome in 1462.
[journalArticle]HARIG, Gerhard. Kepler und das Vorwort von Osiander zu dem Hauptwerk von Kopernikus. NTM Z.Gesch.Naturwiss.Tech.Med., [1961], 1: no. 2, 13–26.

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[journalArticle]McCOLLEY, Grant. Francesco Giuntini and the Copernican hypothesis. Pop.Astron., 1937, 45: 70–3, facs.
Apropos of “La sfera del mundo” (Lyons: 1582), by Francesco Giuntini.
[journalArticle]McCOLLEY, Grant. George Valla: an unnoted advocate of the geo-heliocentric theory. Isis, 1941, 33: 312–14.
[journalArticle]McCOLLEY, Grant. Nicolas Reymers and the fourth system of the world. Pop.Astron., 1938, 46: 25–31, 1 fig. [CB 53/219]
[journalArticle]PANNEKOEK, Antonie. The planetary theory of Copernicus. Pop.Astron., 1948,56: 2–13.
[journalArticle]MÏLLER, Konrad. Ph. Melanchthon und das kopernikanische Weltsystem. Centaurus, 1963, 9: 16–28.
[book]STIMSON, Dorothy. The gradual acceptance of the Copernican theory of the universe. 147 p., 3 pl. New York: Baker and Taylor, 1917. [CB 11/439]
A translation of Book V or Bodin's “Universae naturae theatrum …” is given in an appendix.
See also Volume 1 under:- Benedetti, G.B.; Copernicus; Gemma Frisius
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[journalArticle]FRANK, Philipp. The philosophical meaning of the Copernican revolution. Proc.Amer.Phil.Soc., 1944, 87: 381–6. 6 FFkg
[journalArticle]GINZBURG, Benjamin. The scientific value of the Copernican induction. Osiris, 1936, 1: 303–13. [CB 46/536] 6 FFtd
[journalArticle]BLUMENBERG, H. Melanchthons Einspruch gegen Kopernikus. Zur Geschichte der Dissoziation von Theologie und Naturwissenschaft. Stud.Gen., 1960, 13: no. 3, 174–82.
[journalArticle]McCOLLEY, Grant. A facsimile of Salusbury's translation of Didacus à Stunica's “Commentary upon Job”. Ann.Sci., 1937, 2: 179–82.
Tried to reconcile the scriptures with Copernicus.
[journalArticle]MEYER, Heinrich. More on Copernicus and Luther. Isis, 1954, 45: 99.
[journalArticle]MULLER, Konrad. Ph. Melanchthon und das kopernikanische Weltsystem. Centaurus, 1963, 9: 16–28.
[journalArticle]NORLIND, Wilhelm, Copernicus and Luther: a critical study. Isis, 1953, 44: 273–6; 1954, 45: 98–9.
[journalArticle]FOR the relation of the Copernican system and religion see also
Volume 1 under Calvin
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[journalArticle]McCOLLEY, Grant. An early poetic allusion to the Copernican theory. J.Hist.Ideas, 1942, 3: 355–7.
Apropos of a description of the heavens by John Norden in “Vicissitudo rerum” (1600).
[book]NAIDEN, James R. The “Sphera” of George Buchanan (1506–1582). A literary opponent of Copernicus and Tycho Brahe. vii, 184 p. Philadelphia: Allen; Turin: Bottega d'Erasmo, 1952. [CB 79/120]
[review]Reviewed by Raymond Lebègue, Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1954, 16: 265–6.
[journalArticle]SUTER, Rufus. A disparagement of Copernicus via Gilbert. Isis, 1959, 50: 64.
Quotes a Latin couplet, opposing the idea of the motion of the earth, written by John Owen.
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[journalArticle]PLATTARD, Jean. Le système de Copernic dans la littérature française au XVIe siècle. Rev.Seizième Siècle, 1913, 1: 220–37. 6 FFwh
[journalArticle]BIRKENMAJER, Aleksander. Czy Hilary z Wiślicy był szermierzem systmu heliocentrycznego w Krakowie. [Was Hilary of Wiślica a champion of the heliocentric system in Cracow? (In Polish, with Russian and English summaries)] Kwart.Hist.Naud.Tech., 1959, 4: 419–64. 6 FFwm
[journalArticle]GOTHUS, Laurentius Paulinus. Föreläsningar vid Uppsala universitet 1599 över Copernicus hypotes. [Lectures at Upsala university in 1599 on the Copernican hypothesis (In Swedish)] Jämte inledning och översättning utg. av N.V.E. Nordenmark. Ark.Astron, 1951, 1: no. 24, 261–99, 18 fig. [CB 79/121]
[review]Reviewed by Sten Lindroth, Lychnos, 1952, 398–9.
[journalArticle]SANDBLAD, Henrik. [The Copernican system of the universe in Sweden. (In Swedish, with English summary)] Lychnos, 1943, 149–88' 1944–45, 79–131. 6 FFxg
[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Die Planetenuhren von Dondi und Regiomontan. Uhr, 1957, no. 21, 18–20, 3 fig. 6 FFxg-wh
[journalArticle]HORSKÝ, Zdeněk; PROCHÄZKA, Emanuel. Pražký orloj. [The astronomical clock of Prague. (In Czech)] Sb.Dějiny Přírodn Věd Tech., 1964, 9: 83–146.
Recently discovered documents suggest that the Prague “orloj” (astronomical Clock) originated in 1410 rather than 1490, as was previously believed.
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[journalArticle]DREYER, J.L.E. On Tycho Brahe's “Manual of trigonemetry”. Observatory, 1916, 39: 127–31.
Shows that the method of ‘prosthaphaeresis’ was due to Paul Wittich and Melchior Joestel.
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[journalArticle]POGO, Alexander. The lunar saros seriees of the Columbus eclipse of 1504 February 29–March 1. Pop.Astron., 1936, 44: 353–63, 2 fig.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Eclipses in the 14th and 15th centuries. Isis, 1957, 48: 51–7.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. A record of eclipses for the years 1478 to 1506. Isis, 1952, 43: 252–6. 6 FMyCL
[journalArticle]KELLY, Suzanne. The “De mundo nostro sublunari” of William Gilbert. Proc.Okla.Acad.Sci., 1959, 40: 88–91. 6 FO COMETS AND METEORS
[book]CELORIA, Giovanni. Sulle osservazioni di comete fatte da Paolo dal Pozzo Toscanelli e sui lavori astronomici suoi in generale. iv, 76 p., 25 pl. (Pubbl.Osserv.Astron.Brera, 55) Milano: Hoepli, 1921.
[review]Reviewed by A. Mieli, Arch.Stor.Sci., 1923, 4: 180–1.
[book]HELLMAN, C. Doris. The comet of 1577. Its place in the history of astronomy. 488 p. New York: Columbia University Press, 1944.
[review]Reviewed by N.T. Bobrovnikoff, Isis, 1946, 36: 266–70, 1 fig.;
[review]by Pearl Kibre, Speculum, 1945, 20: 354–5.
[journalArticle]HELLMAN, C. Doris. Matthaeus Zeisius, author of a tract on the comet of 1577. Osiris, 1954, 11: 486–503.
[bookChapter]NORLIND, Wilhelm. Astronomische streifzüge in Joen Petri Klint's “Om meteorer”. Dragma Martino P.Nilsson dedicatum, p. 334–45. Lund: Ohlsson, 1939.
[book]SANCHES, Francisco. O cometa do ano de 1577. (Carmen de cometa anni M.D. LXXVII); Reproduçâo fac-similada de ediçao de 1578. Introd. e notas do Artur Moreira de Sá. Lisbon: Instituto para a alta culture, Centro de estudos de psicologia e de história da filosofia, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by C. Doris Hellmann, Isis, 1952, 43: 64.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Peter of Monte Alcino's treatise on comets. Isis, 1949, 40: 350.
See also Volume 2 under Rethe
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[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Some tracts on comets, 1456–1500. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1958, 11: 225–50.

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[journalArticle]HELLMAN, C. Doris. A bibliography of tracts and treatises on the comet of 1577. Isis, 1934, 22: 41–68, 23 ill., 6 pl. [CB 43/216]
[journalArticle]HELLMAN, C. Doris. Additional tracts on the comet of 1577. Isis, 1948, 39: 172–4. 6 FOcm
[journalArticle]POGO, Alexander. Earliest diagrams showing the axis of a comet tail coinciding with the radius vector. Query no. 35 Isis, 1934, 20: 443, 2 pl. 6 FP STARS AND STAR CLUSTERS
[journalArticle]DREYER, J.L.E. The alleged new star of the year 1578. Observatory, 1919, 42: 161–2.
There was no temporary star in that year, nor any comet after the Great Comet of November 1577 to January 1578.
[journalArticle]HELLMAN, C. Doris. Maurolyco's ‘lost’ essay on the new star of 1572. Isis, 1960, 51: 322–36.
[journalArticle]HELLMAN, C. Doris. The “new star” of 1572 is still exploding. Saturday Rev. (New York), 4 July 1964, 39–43.
[journalArticle]ROSEN, Edward. Was Maurolico's essay on the nova of 1572 printed? Isis, 1957, 48: 171–5. 6 FPcn
[journalArticle]BARTON, Samuel G. Dürer and early star maps. Sky Telesc., 1947, no. 71, 6–8; no. 72, 12–13. [CB 72/248] 6 FPcp-bw
[journalArticle]DOBRZYCKI, J. [The catalogue of stars in “De revolutionibus”. (In Polish with English summary)] Stud.Mater.Dziejow Nauk.Pol., ser.C, 1963, 7: 109–53.
[journalArticle]DREYER, J.L.E. On Tycho Brahe's catalogue of stars. Observatory, 1917, 40: 229–33.
How the star-places were found and catalogued.
[journalArticle]NORLIND, Wilhelm. [The manuscript copies of Tycho Brahe's “Great Star Catalogue”. (In Swedish, with English summary)] Nord.Tidskr.Bok-Bibl., 1953, 40: 1–15. 6 FU COSMOLOGY
for the heliocentric system see 6 FF
[journalArticle]HELLER-WILENSKY, Sarah. Isaac Arama on the creation and structure of the world. Proc.Amer.Acad.Jew.Res., 1953, 22: 131–50.
[journalArticle]JOHNSON, Francis R.; LARKEY, Sanford V. Thomas Digges, the Copernican system, and the idea of the infinity of the universe in 1576. Huntington Libr.Bull., 1934, no. 5, 69–117. [CB 42/506]
[journalArticle]MICHEL, Paul Henri. Cosmologies de la Renaissance. 1. Natura artifex (Marsile Ficino et Giordano Bruno); 2. Le règne de l'unité (Bruno et Campanella). Diogène, avril 1957, no.18, 107–22.
Translated by Elaine P. Halperin, Diogenes, 1957, no.18, 93–107.
[book]SCHEDEL, Hartmann. The story of the creation of the world. Being the first part of Dr. Hartmann Schedel's “Liber chronicarum” printed in Nuremberg in 1493 with introductory notes by Bern Dibner and transl. of the Latin text by Edward Rosen. 20 p., ill. New York: Burndy Library, 1948.
[book]TYARD, Pontus de. The universe of Pontus de Tyard. A critical edition of “l'Univers”, with introd. and notes by John C. Lapp. lx, 201 p. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press, 1950.
[review]Reviewed by Harcourt Brown, Isis, 1951, 42: 53–4.
See also Volume 1 under:- Brahe; Bruno, G.; Copernicus
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[journalArticle]PATRIDES, C.A. The numerological approach to cosmic order during the English Renaissance. Isis, 1958, 49: 391–7. 6 FV ASTRONOMICAL CHRONOLOGY
for clocks see 6 WR
[book]FERNANDES TRANCOSO, Gonçalo. A “Regra geral das festas mudaveis”, de Gonçalo Trancoso, autor dos “Contos de proveito e exemplo”. Ed. Luciano Pereira da Silva. xxxii, 48 p., ill. Coimbra: Impresa da Universidade, 1925. [CB 22/153]
[journalArticle]FRANÇON, Marcel. Note sur Rabelais et le nombre d'or. Isis, 1951, 42: 242.
[journalArticle]NOLL-HUSUM, H. Nostradamus und die Astronomie. Ein Beitrag zur Methode der Astron-Chronologie. Vierteljahrsschr.Astron.Ges., 1936, 71: 242–9. [CB 49/130] 6 FVxs
[journalArticle]MICHEL, Henri. L'anneau astronomique de Motter de l'Observatoire royal de Belgique. Ciel Terre, 1938, 54: 80–6.
[journalArticle]MICHEL, Henri. Note sur un anneau astronomique du XVIe siècle. Ciel Terre, 1942, 58: 197–8.
[bookChapter]PRZYPKOWSKI, T. La gnomonique de Nicolas Copernic et de Georges Joachim Rheticus. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), (1), p. 400–9. Paris: Hermann, 1958.
[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Die Allensteiner Sonnenuhr des Nikolaus Coppernicus. Ber.Naturforsch.Ges.Bamberg, 1946, 29: 28–9.
[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Nikolaus Koppernick und die Sonnenuhr zu Wloclawek. Mitt.Gesch.Med., 1933, 32: 304–6. 6 FW THE CALENDAR
[book]BARNICKEL, J.B. Clavius. Welt-Einheitskalender. Bamberger Beiträge zur Kalender-Reform. (Clavius, 1. Feste Ostern) 128 p., portr., 10 tables. Bamberg: Reindl, 1932. [CB 37/540]
[book]BIEM, Martin. Martini Biem de Ilkusz Poloni Nova Calendarii Romani Reformatio. Opusculum ad requisitionem quinti concilii Lateranensis A.D. 1516 compositum ad fidem chirographi auctoris nunc primum edibit Ludovicus Birkenmajer. xv, 114 p. (Editionum collegii ad historiam scientarum mathem. naturalium perscrutandam, 1) Cravoviae: G. Gebethner, 1918. [CB 16/204]
[book]LE GRANT Kalendrier et compost des Bergiers avecq leur Astrologie et plusieurs aultres choses. Imprimé nouvellement à Troyes par Nicolas le Rouge. [Mainly a reprint of the 1529 edition] cviii p. Paris: 1925.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1926, 8: 354–5.
[book]THE KALENDAR and compost of shepherds. From the original edition published by Guy Marchant in Paris in the year 1493 and translated into English circa 1518. Newly edited for the year 1931 by G.C. Heseltine. xii, 175 p. London: Davies, 1931.
[journalArticle]ROY, Félix de. Scaliger et la période julienne. 2429999–2430000. Ciel Terre, 1941, 77: 67–71.
[book]SMITH, David Eugene. Le comput manuel de Magister Anianus. 107 p., 32 ill. (Documents scientifiques du XVᵉ siècle, 4) paris: E. Droz, 1928.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1928, 11: 385–7.
[book]WEHMER, Carl. Mainzer Probedrucke in der Type des sogenannten Astronomischen Kalenders für 1448. Ein Beitrag zur Gutenbergforschung. Mit einer Untersuchung: Der Astronomische Kalender, eine Planetentafel für Laienastrologen, von Viktor Stegemann. Munich: Leibniz, 1948.

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[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Der astronomische Kalender von 1448. Beitr.Inkunabelk., 1938, new ser., 2: 128–30.
See also Volume 1 under Gregory XIII
Volume 2 under Regiomontanus
Volume 5 (Addenda. Personalities0 under Gregory XIII
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[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Der deutsche Volkskalender des 15. Jahrhunderts. Ber.Naturforsch.Ges.Bamberg, 1952, 33: 46–50. 6 FWwg-mzFFu
[bookChapter]WARBURG, A. Über Planetengötterbilder im niederdeutschen Kalender von 1519 (1908). In: Warburg, A. Die Erneuerung der heidnischen Antike, p. 483–6, 645–6, 2 pl. Leipzig: 1932. 6 FWwn
[journalArticle]FEUEREISEN, Arnold. Der älteste Rigasche Almanach und die ersten Kalendermacher in Riga. Rigascher Almanach for 1929, 75–98. 6 FY ASTROLOGY
for astrological medicine see 6 Nu-mzFY
[journalArticle]ANDERSSON, Ingvar. [King Erik XIV of Sweden and astrology. (In Swedish, with English summary)] Lychnos, 1936, 1; 103–30. [CB 48/509]
[book]BUCKMINSTER, Thomas. An almanack and prognostiscation for the year 1598, made by Thomas Buckminster 1598. With an introduction by Eustace F. Bosanquet. xiv, 48 p. (Shakespeare Association Facsimiles, 8) London: Oxford University Press, 1935.
[journalArticle]BÜHLER, Curt F. Sixteenth-century prognostications. Libri impressi cum notis manuscriptis. Part 1. Mod.Lang.Notes, 1938, 53: 245–9; Part 2. Isis, 1942, 33: 609–20.
[journalArticle]CAMDEN, Carroll, Jr. Astrology in Shakespere's day. Isis, 1933, 19: 26–73. [CB 39/373]
A general article. Only the last section (p. 69–73) deals with allusions in Shakespeare's plays.
[journalArticle]DODSON, Sarah. Holinshed's sources for the prognostications about the years 1583 and 1588. Isis, 1947, 38: 60–2.
[journalArticle]EISLER, Robert. The frontispiece to Sigismondo Fanti's “Triompho di Fortuna”. J.Warburg Courtauld Inst., 1947, 10: 156–61, 1 pl.
[journalArticle]ELANDER, Rudolf. Erik XIV's astrologiska anteckningar om Sturemorden. [Astrological notes of Erik XIV about the Sture murder. (In Swedish)] Lychnos, 1944–5, 281–9.
[journalArticle]GABB, George H. See 6 FDxp
[journalArticle]GNUDI, Martha Teach. L'oroscopo di Gaspare Tagliacozzi nell' opera di Giovanni Antonio Magini. Riv.Stor.Sci., 1952, 43: 335–44.
[journalArticle]HARTNER, Willy. The Mercury horoscope of marcantonio Michiel of Venice. A study in the history of Renaissance astrology and astronomy. Vistas Astron., 1955, 1: 84–138, 27 fig.
[journalArticle]JEVONS, F.R. Paracelsus, two-way astrology. 1. What paracelsus meant by “stars”. 2. Man's relation to the stars. Brit.J.Hist.Sci., 1964, 2: 139–55.
[book]KURZE, Dietrich. Johannes Lichtenberger (1503). Eine Studie zur Geschichte der Prophetie dun Astrologie. 100 p. (Historische Studien, 379) Lübeck/Hamburg: Matthiesen Verlag, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by Henrik Sandblad, Lychnos, 1962, 283–4.
[journalArticle]MEAD, Herman R. A unique Greyff imprint. Huntington Libr.Bull., 1934, 6: 167–9., 1 fig. [CB 42/502]
“Prognostikon auf das Jahr 1491”, printed by Michaeel Greyff, at reutlingen, in 1491, found as an end-paper in the quarto work of Johannes Marius Philelphus, “Novum epistolarium” (Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1489).
[journalArticle]MILT, Bernhard. Prognostikation auf 24 zuküftige jahre von Theophrastus paracelsus und ein zeitgenössischer Deutungsversuch. Gesnerus, 1959, 8: 138–53.
[journalArticle]MONTGOMERY, John Warwick. Cross, constellation, and crucible: Lutheran astrology and alchemy in the age of the reformation. Ambix, 1963, 11: 65–86.
[journalArticle]STRONG, Leonell C. Anthony Askham, the author of the Voynich manuscript. Science, 1945, 101: 608–9.
The mysterious Voynich MS once ascribed to Roger Bacon (see Isis, 1928, 11: 141–5) is now ascribed to the astrologer, Anthony Ascham.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Coelestinus's sumary of Nicolas Oresme on marvels: a fifteenth century work printed in the sixteenth century. Osiris, 1936, 1: 629–35. [CB 46/535]
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. That Agostino Nifo's “De falsa diluvii prognosticatione” was not publisheed until December 24, 1519. Romanic Rev., 1935, 26: 118–21. [CB 45/207]
[journalArticle]VERA, Francisco. Tratado de astrología del Marqués de Vilena. Erudición Ibero-Ultramar., 1930, 1: 18–67. [CB 34/456]
[journalArticle]WICKERSHEIMER, Ernest. La “Prénostication nouvelle” pour 1504 de Bernard de la Forest et la “Grant Prénostication nouvelle” pour 1515 de Wenceslas Fabri. Bibl.Hum.Renaiss., 1955, 17: 395–404.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Amerbach; Copp, J.; Dee; Digges, L.; Engel, J.; Gazulus; Henricus Bohemi; Herlicius
Volume 2 under:- Montis; Nostradamus; Rosenbach, J.; Servetus; Virdung
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[journalArticle]BRUNEL, Clovis. Recettes médicales, alchimiques et astrologiques … See 6 RMwf-ctg 6 FYda
[book]SIMON DE PHARES. Recueil des plus célèbres astrologues et quelques hommes doctes faict par Symon de Phares du temps de Chrles VIIIᵉ, publié d'après le manuscrit unique de la Bibliothèque Nationale par Ernest Wickersheimer. xii, 307 p. Paris: Champion, 1929. [CB 26/167] 6 FYth
[book]PARR, Johnstone. Tamburlaine's malady, and other essays on astrology in Elizabethan drama. xiv, 158 p., bibliogr. University, Ala: University of Alabama Press, 1953.
[review]Reviewed by C. Doris Hellman, Isis, 1954, 45: 398–9.
6 FYtq
[book]SAXL, Fritz. Le fede astrologica di Agostino Chigi. Interpretazione dei dipinti di Baldassare peruzzi nella sala di Galatea della Farnesina. 70 p., 34 fig. (La Farnesina, 1) Roma: Relae Accademia d'Italia, 1934. [CB 44/482] 6 FYtq-nb
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. Mysterious alchemical or astrological symbols in parintings of the school of Gentile da Fabriano (first half of the fifteenth century). Query no. 45. Isis, 1934, 22: 226–8, ill. 6 FYwe
[book]ALLEN, Don Cameron. The star-crossed Renaissance: the quarrel about astrology and its influence in England. xii, 280 p. Durham, N.C: Duke University Press, 1941.
[review]Reviewed by Francis R. Johnson, Isis, 1943, 34: 377–8.
6 FYwe-sk
[journalArticle]LARKEY, Sanford V. Astrology and politics in the first years of Elizabeth's reign. Bull.Inst.Hist.Med., 1935, 3: 171–86, 3 fig. 6 FYwg
[journalArticle]OLIVIER, E. La Suisse et les astrologues de Simon de Phares. Gesnerus, 1955, 12: 1–23.
For Simon de Phares' catalogue see 6 FYda.
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[journalArticle]ZINNER, Ernst. Zur Deutung der astrologischen Bleikapsel in Freiburg. Forsch.Fortschr., 1956, 30: 65–7, 1 fig.

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[journalArticle]HAHNE, Hans. Die Wittenberger Horoskope. Leopoldina, new ser., 1929, 5: 102–9.
Apropos of the horoscopes relative to the foundation of the University of Wittenberg, 1502,1536.
6 FYwm-sk
[journalArticle]SANDBLAD, Henrik. [Quelques pronostics politiques sur Jean III, Sigismond et Charles IX de Suède. (In Swedish, with French summary)] Lychnos, 1942, 87–96.
Applications of astrology to politics, 1572–1605.
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[journalArticle]SVIATSKI, D. [The astrologer Nikolai Lubchanin and the almanachs in 16th century Russia. (In Russian)] Izv.Nauch.Inst.Im.P.F.Lesgafta, 1929, 15: 45–55. 6 FZ EARTH SCIENCES 6 G METEROLOGY 6 Gth
[book]HENINGER, S.K., Jr. A handbook of Renaissance meteorology with particular reference to Elizabethan and Jacobean literature. xii, 270 p., ill., bibliogr. Durham, N.C: Duke University Press, 1960.
[review]Reviewed by L. Dufour, Rev.Hist.Sci., 1960, 13: 360–1: by Paul H. Kocher, Renaiss.News, 1960, 13: 248–9.
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[book]HELLMANN, Gustav. Die Meteorologie in den deutschen Flugschriften und Flugblättern des XVI. Jahrhunderts. 96 p. (Abhandl.Preuss.Akad.Wiss.Phys.Math.Kl., 1) Berlin: 1921. [CB 13/224] 6 GBsc
[journalArticle]ROSE, J. Holland. Was the failure Of the Spanish Armada due to storms? Proc.Brit.Acad., 1936, 22: 207–44, 4 pl. 6 GC
[book]DEPT, G.G. Étude critique sur une grande inondation marine à la côte flamande (19 novembre 1404). 20 p. Melanges d'histoire offerts à Henri Pirenne. Bruxelles: Vromant, 1937. [CB 58/523] 6 GD
[journalArticle]BOYER, Carl B. William Gilbert on the rainbow. Amer.J.Phys., 1952, 20: 416–21, 3 fig.
[bookChapter]HELLMANN, Gustav. Die älteste gedruckte Nordlichtbeschreibung. In: Hellmann, Gustav. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Meteorologie, 1: no. 3, p. 107–13. Berlin: Behrend, 1914. [CB 10/144]
[journalArticle]VISSER, S.W. Christian Huygens en de Stockholmse halo van 20 april 1535. [Christaan Huygens and the Stockholm halo of 20 April 1535. (In Dutch)] Hemel Dampkring, 1960, 58: 89–94. 6 GE
[book]HELLMANN, Gustav. Versuch einer Geschichte der Wettervorhersage im XVI. Jahrhundert. 1. Die Wettervorhersage in den Prognostiken des XVI. Jahrhunderts; 2. Die Anleitungen zur Wettervorhersage; 3. Bauernregeln. 54 p. (Abhandl.Preuss.Akad.Wiss.Phys.Math.Kl., 1) Berlin: W. de Gruyter, 1924.
[bookChapter]SCHOTTENLOHER, Karl. Der Rebdorfer Prior Kilian Leib und sein Wettertagebuch von 1513 bis 1531. Riezler-Festschrift, p. 81–114. Gotha: F.A. Perthes, 1913. 6 GEyFY
[bookChapter]HELLMAN, Gustav. Aus der Blútezeit der Astrometeorologie. J. Stöfflers Prognose für das Jahr 1524. In: Hellmann, G. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Meterologie, vol. 1, no. 1, p. 5–102. Berlin: Behrend, 1914.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1921, 4: 51–2.
[journalArticle]BRUNET, Pierre. Les premiers linéaments de la science géologique: Agricola, Palissy, George Owen. Rev.Hist.Sci., 1950, 3: 67–79.
[journalArticle]VINCENT, J. Le système géologique de Simon Stévin. Annu.Observ.Belg.Annu.Meteorol., 1901, 355–61.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Agricola, G.; Belon
Volume 2 under:- Leonardo da Vinci dr FZ; Palissy
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[journalArticle]WILLARD, Bradford. The geology of Shakespeare. Sci.Mon., 1947, 65: 399–404. 6 GHB
[journalArticle]WHITE, George W. Thomas Hariot's observations on American geology in 1588. Trans.Ill.Acad.Sci., 1952, 45: 116–21. 6 GI GEOPHYSICS
for geodesy see 6 HB
6 GJ
[journalArticle]DELANEY, John P. Leonardo da Vinci on isostasy. Science, 1940, 91: 546.
6 GL FOR geomagnetism see
Volume 1 under Gilbert, W.
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[journalArticle]JOSTEN, C.H. Su di un compasso appartenente al museo di storia della scienza di Oxford. Physis, 1959, 1: 244–5.
Description from the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, of a 16th century sector in their collection.
[journalArticle]TAYLOR, E.G.R. The south-pointing needle. Imago Mundi, 1951, 8: 1–7, 2 fig. [CB 80/124] 6 GO SEISMOLOGY AND VULCANOLOGY 6 GOcn
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Intorno ai primi saggi di carte sismiche. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1914, 21: 463–70.
Apropos of maps, including one relative to the earthquake of Nizza 1564, wrongly attributed to G. Gastaldi.
[journalArticle]SYLVIA, Esther. The destruction of old Guatemala. More Books, Feb. 1939, 56–63, 1 facs.
The earthquake which destroyed the capital of Guatemala in 1541.
[book]TWYNE, Thomas. Discourse on the earthquake of 1580. Ed. by R.E. Ockenden. 40 p. Oxford: Pen-in-Hand Publishing Company, 1936. [CB 48/510] 6 GPI
[journalArticle]JACKSON, William A. Heuy newes of an horryble erthquake In Scarbaria. Harvard Libr.Bull., 1952, 6: 248–50, 1 fig. [CB 79/118]
Book printed in London 1542, a translation of a German account of an earthquake in Scarperia, a village near Florence, on 12 June 1542.
[journalArticle]BOURDON, Léon. L'éruption du Teguseo-Tacande (île de La Palma, mai–juin 1585) décrite par Leonardo Torriani. Hespéris, 1950, 37: 117–33.
Note géographique de René Raynal, p. 134–5.

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for pharmaco-minerology see 6 RS
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see
Volume 1 under:- Agricola, G.; Boodt
Volume 2 under Paracelsus drGM
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[journalArticle]POYNTER, F.N.L. The Editio princeps of Volmar's “Steinbuch”? An unrecorded incunable. Sudhoffs Arch., 1960, 44: 21–4. 6 GTtk
[journalArticle]MACHADO E COSTA, Alfredo A. de Oliveira. A cultura mineralógica dos clássicos portugueses. Petrus Nonius, 1944, 5: 133–44.
[journalArticle]MACHADO E COSTA, Alfredo A. de Oliveira, Vestigios mineralógicos na lirca camoniana. Petrus Nonius, 1951, 7: 117–21
[journalArticle]SAMPAIO, Joaquim. A cultura mineralógica dos classicos portugueses. Petrus Nonius, 1943, 6: 172–87 6 GV GEOMORPHOLOGY 6 GVc
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Il primo tentativo di misura del rapporto quantitativo fra le terre emerse e i mari. Arch.Stor.Sci., 1921, 2: 51–64. [CB 10/141]
The first attempt was made by Alessandro Piccolomini.
[journalArticle]BÜRGER, H. Die Baumannshöhle. Geschichte eines Harzer Naturdenkmals. Z.Harz-Ver.Gesch.Altertumsk., 1930, 63: 82–106.
Apropos of a letter (1591) by Heinrich Eckstorm, printed in “Historiae terrae motuum …” (Helmstadt: 1620).
[journalArticle]SINDIK, I. [Physiogeographische Elemente auf den alten Karten der súdslavischen Länder. (In Serbian with German summary)] Glas.Srpsko Geogr.Društvo, 1930, 16: 122–39. 6 GY
[journalArticle]DELORME, Suzanne. Pierre Perrault, auteur d'un traité “De l'origine des fontaines” et d'une théorie de l'expérimentation. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1948, 1: 388–94. [CB 73/137]
[journalArticle]MIELI, Aldo. L'origine della salsedine del mare e Vannoccio Biringuccio. Atti Accad.Lincei Rendic.Cl.Sci.Fis.Mat.Natur., ser. 5, 1913, 22: 2ᵉ sem. 68–70.
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. The sea with a double bottom. (Query no. 11) Isis, 1928, 11: 127. 6 H GEOGRAPHY
for regional geography see 6 HK
6 Hc
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Leonardo e la geografia. Scientia, 1952, 87: 139–44.
[book]FERNANDEZ DE ENCISO, Martin. A briefe summe of geographie; translated by Roger Barlow [1540]. Edited by E.G.R. Taylor. lvi, 210 p. (Hakluyt Society, 2nd ser., 69) London: Hakluyt Society, 1932. [CB 39/370]
[review]Reviewed by G.R. Crone, Geogr.J., 1932, 80: 354.
[journalArticle]THOMPSON, H.R. The geographical and geological observations of Bernard Palissy the potter. Ann.Sci., 1954, 10: 149–65.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Barlow, R.; Bourne, W.; Dee; Deugosz; Hakluyt
Volume 2 under:- Maciej z Miechowa; Mercator, G.; Moleti; Münzer; Pacheco Pereira; Plancius; Ricci, Matteo; Schille; Servetus; Vadianus
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[journalArticle]GUGLIELMI-ZAZO, Giulia. Bernardo Silvano e la sua edizione della “Geografia” di Tolomeo. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1925, 32: 37–56, 207–216; 1926, 33: 25–52, 9 maps., 1 table. [CB 20/157] 6 Hhj
[journalArticle]ANASTOS, Milton V. Pletho, Strabo and Columbus. Annu.Inst.Philol.Hist.Orient.Slaves, 1952, 12: 1–18. 6 Hth
[journalArticle]BELTRÁN Y RÓZPIDE, Ricardo. La pericia geográfica de Cervantes demostrada con la “Historia de los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda”. Bol.Soc.Georgr., 1924, 64: 270–93, 2 fig. [CB 16/220]
Analysis of Cervantes' geographical opinions regarding northern Europe and the islands of the northern ocean, as expressed in one of his novels.
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[journalArticle]CARAMELIA, Santino. L'Asia nell' “Orlando Innamorato”. Boll.Soc.Geogr.Ital., 1923, 12: 12: no. 1–2, 3–4, 44–59, 127–50. [CB 15/153]
Apropos of Boiardo's geographical knowledge.
[journalArticle]MERINO, D. Abelardo. La geografia de Camoens. Bol.Soc.Geogr.Madrid, 1925, 65: 17–35. 6 Htk-nh
[book]SUGDEN, Edward H. A topographical dictionary to the works of Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists. xx, 580 p., 6 pl. (Publications of the University of Manchester, 168) Manchester: University Press, 1925. [CB 19/759] 6 Htq
[book]LEONARDO DA VINCI. I disegni geografici di Leonardo da Vinci conservati nel Castello di Windsor. Trascrizione a cura di Mario Baratta. 51 p., 20 pl. (I manoscriti e i disegni di Leonardo da Vinci. Serie minore) Roma: Commissione Vinciana, 1941. 6 Hwe
[journalArticle]SKELTON, Raleigh Ashlin. Mercator and English geography in the 16th century. Duisburger Forsch., 1962, 6: 158–70.
[book]TAYLOR, E.G.R. Tudor geography, 1485–1583. xii, 290 p., 16 fig. London: Methuen, 1930. [CB 33/347]
[review]Reviewed by Francis R. Johnson, Isis, 1935, 23: 289–94;
[review]by G.R. Crone, Geogr.J., 1931, 77: 280–90;
[review]by George B. Parks, Geogr.Rev., 1931, 21: 686–7.
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[book]ATKINSON, Geoffroy. La littérature géographique française de la Renaissance. Répertoire bibliographique. 565 p., 293 facs. Paris: Picard, 1927. 6 Hwk
[journalArticle]SARTON, George. A sidelight upon geographical knowledge in the first half of the fifteenth century. Isis, 1927, 9: 118–19. [CB 24/431]
The geographical knowledge of the people of Ghent.
[bookChapter]BONO, Bruno V. Ferrari. La détermination de la position géographique au XVIe siècle: élements qui peuvent contribuer à son étude. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (2), p. 1015–17. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
[journalArticle]CHILTON, D. Land measurement in the sixteenth century. Trans.Newcomen Soc., 1957–58 and 1958–59, 31: 111–29.
[book]GRZEPSKI, Stainslaw. Geometria to jest miernicka nauka. [Geometry, that is the science of surveying. (In Polish with English summary)] 144 p., 8 pl., fig. (Polska Akademia Nauk, Komitet Historii Nauki, Zródla do Dziejów Nauki i Techniki, 1) Wroclaw: Zaklad Narodowy Imienia Ossolínskich, Wydawnictwo Polskiej Akademii Nauk, 1957. [CB 84/348]
[review]Reviewed by W. Voisé, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1958, 11: 58–60

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[journalArticle]POGO, Alexander. Gemma Frisius: his method of determining differences of longitude by transporting timepieces (1530), and his treatise on triangulation (1533). With 4 plates and a facsimile reproduction (no. XVI) of Gemma's “Libellus de locorum describendorum ratione”, Antwerp: 1533. Isis, 1935, 22: 469–506, 4 pl., 3 fig. [CB 44/482]
Includes a facsimile of the title page of Gemma's second edition of Apian's “Cosmographicus liber”.
[journalArticle]THORNDIKE, Lynn. Giovanni de' Fontana. Isis, 1930, 14: 221–2. On Fontana's treatise “De trigono balistario” which is not primarily on ballistics but deals with the meaurement of altitudes, latitudes and the like.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Fontana, G.; Gemma Frisius; Hagecius
Volume 2 under Mercator, G.
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[journalArticle]DARBY, H.C. The agrarian contribution to surveying in England. Geogr.J., 1933, 82: 529–35. [CB 42/507] 6 HBwg
[journalArticle]BESCHORNER, Hans. Mattias Oder und die Landdesvermessungen seiner Zeit in Deutschland. Mitt.Ver.Erdk.Dresden, 1924, 3: 3: (3–4), 3–29. 6 HBxk
[book]DIGGES, Thomas. The theodelitus and topographical instrument of Leonard Digges of University College, Oxford. Described by his son Thomas Digges in 1571. Reprinted from “Longimetra”, the fyrst booke of “Pantometria”. [Ed. by R.T. Gunther] xx, 59 p. (Old Ashmolean Reprints, 4) Oxford: The editor, 1927.
Reprint of chapters 27–33 of “Longimetra”
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[journalArticle]FELDHAUS, Franz M. Zur Geschichte der Messkette. Geschichtsbl.Tech.Ind., 1919, 6: 71–2, 1 pl. [CB 9/458] 6 HC NAVIGATION
for instruments used in navigation see 6 FDxp and 6 GLxp charting for seas see 6 HH sea travel see 6 HO ships and shipbuilding see 6 TP
[journalArticle]BAGROW, Leo. The Vasco Gama's pilot. Stud.Colombiani, 1951, 3: 105–10. [CB 83/237]
[bookChapter]BEAUJOUAN, Guy; POULLE, E. Les origines de la naivation astronomique au XIVe et XVe siècles. In: Mollat, Michel, ed. Le Navire et l'économie maritime du XVe au XVIIIe siècles, p. 103–17. (Bibliothèque Générale de l'École Pratique des Hautes Études, VIe section, no. 7) Paris: S.E.V.P.E.N., 1957.
[review]Reviewed by M. Destombes, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1960, 13: 144–5.
[bookChapter]CORTESÂO, Armando. La découverte de l'Amérique et la science nautique. (Conférence faite au Palais de la Découverte le 26 mai 1951) In “Les conséquences de la découverte de l'Amérique par Christophe Colomb”, p. 27–38. Paris: Université de Paris, 1951.
[journalArticle]CORTESÂO, Armando. Nautical science and the Renaissance. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1949, 2: 1075–92. [CB 76/342]
[bookChapter]CORTESÂO, Armando. Nautical science and the Renaissance. Science, Medicine and History. Essays in honour of Charles Singer, (1), p. 303–16, ill. London: Oxford University Press, 1953.
[book]COUTINHO, Gago. A nautica dos descobrimentos. Os descobrimentos maritimos vistos por un navegador. Colectanaea de artigos, conferencias e trabalhos ineditos. 2 vol. Lisbon: Agencia geral do Ultramar, divisâo de publicacçôes e biblioteca, 1951.
[review]Reviewed by S.E. Morison, Isis, 1953, 44: 301–2.
[journalArticle]DE MEDINA's “Arte of Navigation'. Times Lit.Suppl., 27 July, 1922, 496. [CB 13/225]
Bibliographical note apropos of the first edition of the English translation, 1581.
[book]FALEIRO, Francisco. Tratado del esphera y del arte del marear. Reproduction facsimilé de l'examplaire appartenant à la Bibliothèque royale de Munich. Édition 1535, Séville. 102 pl. (Histoire de la Science Nautique Portugaise à l'Époque des Grandes Découvertes, 4) Munich: Obernetter, 1915. [CB 10/144]
[journalArticle]GEORGE, F. On Harriot's meridional parts. J.Inst.Navigation, 1956, 9: 560–9.
[journalArticle]GOMES TEIXEIRA, Francisco. Sur l'histoire de la fondation de l'astronomie nautique. Scientia, 1924, 35: 241–8. [CB 16/204]
[book]GREVE, Ernesto. Sobre el estado de progreso de la nautica a la epoca del descubrimiento del Estrecho de Magallenes. 86 p. Santiago de Chile: Imprenta Cervantes, 1921.
[journalArticle]LYNAM, Edward. Lucas Waghenaer's “Thresoor der zeevaert”. Brit.Mus.Quart., 1939, 13: 91–4, 1 pl.
[journalArticle]MAGNAGHI, Alberto. I presunti errori che vengono attribuiti a Colombo nella determinazione delle latitudini. Boll.Soc.Geogr.Ital., 1928, 5: 459–94, 553–82. [CB 26/166]
[journalArticle]MUNSTERBERG, Margaret. The art of navigation. More Books, 1947, 22: 6–10, facs. [CB 70/200]
This artocle is a descrption of the English translation by Richard Eden (London: 1561) of “Breve compendio de la esfera y de la arte de navigar” by Martin Cortes.
[journalArticle]STEPHENS, A.E. “The booke of the sea carte”; a seaman's manual Of the sixteenth century. Imago Mundi, 1937, 2: 55–9.
[journalArticle]TAYLOR, E.G.R. First round the world: 1519–22. J.Inst.Navigation, 1963, 16: 463–6.
The calculations for Magellan's trip were made by Ruy Faleiro. His scheme has been preserved in a logbook summary.
[journalArticle]TAYLOR, E.G.R. A sixteenth-century Ms. navigating manual in the Society's library. Geogr.J., 1931, 78: 346–52. [CB 35/263]
The Manual was written by an Italian pilot, Battista Testa Rossa, and is dated 1557.
[journalArticle]VASCONCELOS, Frazâo de. Um documento inédito que importa à história da marinharia dos descobrimentos. Ao Prof. Dr. Joâo Martins da Silva Marques. Petrus Nonius, 1937, 1: 107–12.
[journalArticle]VOLLGRAFF, J.A. Note on the history of the loxodrome. (Addition to Sarton's article on Stevin, Isis, 1934, 21: 279) Isis, 1936, 25: 136.
[journalArticle]WAGNER, Hermann. Die Legende der Längenbestimmung Amerigo Vespucci's nach Mondabständen (23. Aug. 1499) Nachr.Ges.Wiss.Göttingen Math.Phys.Kl., 1917, 264–98. [CB 11/411]
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under Bourne, W.
Volume 2 under:- Nunes, P.; Pacheco Pereira; Stevin; Wright, E.
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[journalArticle]TAYLOR, E.G.R. French cosomographers and navigators in England and Scotland, 1542–1547. Scot.Geogr.Mag., 1930, 46: 15–20, ill.
[book]WATERS, D.W. The art of navigation in England in Elizabethena and early Stuart times. xxxix, 6969 p., 87 pl., 43 diagr., 33 app., bibliogr., chart reproductions, Index of Navigational MSS and Works Printed before 1640. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1958.
[review]Reviewed by S.E. Morison, Isis, 1960, 51: 109–11; for other reviews see CB 84/350 and CB 85/427.
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[journalArticle]BENSAUDE, Joaquim. L'astronomie natutique au Portugal à l'époque des grandes découvertes. 2 vol. Berne: 1912, 1917.
[review]Reviewed by J. Mascart, Isis, 1913, 1: 716–18.

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[book]BENSAUDE, Joaquim. Histoire de la science nautique portugaise. 110 p. Genève: Kundig, 1917.
[review]Reviewed by G. Sarton, Isis, 1920, 3; 424–6
[bookChapter]FONTOURA DA COSTA, A. La science nautique des Portugais à l'époque des découvertes. Act.IIIe Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Portugal, 1934), p. 68–92. Lisbon: 1936.
[review]Reviewed by George Sarton, Isis, 1938, 28: 135–8.
[journalArticle]MAGNAGHI, Alberto. Amerigo Vespucci e Sebastiano Caboto, “Piloti Mayores” di Spagna secondo un recente libro spagnolo. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1925, 32: 189–206.
A review of J.P. Rubio's book, see below.
[book]RUBIO, José Pulido. El Piloto Mayor de la Casa de la Contratación de Sevilla. Pilotos Mayores del siglo XVI (datos biográficos). viii, 299 p. (Publicaciones del Centro Official de Estudios Americanistas de Sevilla. Bibliotheca Colonial Americana, 10) Seville: Zarzuela, 1923. [CB 19/754]
[review]Reviewed by E.L. Stevenson, Amer.Hist.Rev., 1925, 30: 386–7.
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[book]FONTOURA DA COSTA, A. Bibliografia náutica portuguesa até 1700. Rev. ed. 157 p., ill. Lisboa: Agência geral das Colónias, 1940.
First published in 1934 as an appendix to the author's “A marinharia dos descobrimentos”, see 6 HJwj.
for the cartography of different countries see 6 HG
6 HFc general history
[journalArticle]BEANS, George H. A map contract of the year 1534. Imago Mundi, 1951, 7: 89–92, 1 pl., fig.
[journalArticle]BEANS, George H. Some notes from the Tall Tree Library. Imago Mundi, 1948, 5: 72–7, ill.
Map of the New World (Tooley 83): its date. The Ruysch world map in its earliest known state. Vavassore and Pagano. Scotland on the compass charts.
[journalArticle]BOSMANS, Henri. Sur un exemplaire du “Cosmographicus liber” de Pierre Apian. Ann.Soc.Sci.Bruxelles, 1921–22, 41: 203–7. [CB 13/223]
[bookChapter]CARACI, Giuseppe. Tabulae geographicae vetustiores in Italia adservatae. [Reproductions of manuscript and rare printed maps, edited and explained, as a contribution to the history of geographical knowledge in the period of the great discoveries.] 2 vol. 1. 16 p., 20 maps; 2. p. 16–48, pl. 21–41. Florence: Otto Lange, 1927. [CB 20/157 and CB 26/172]
[journalArticle]COUTO, Gustavo. O cosmografo Fernam Vaz Dourado fronteiro da India e sua obra. Bol.Soc.Geogr.Lisboa, 1928, 46: 175–90.
Fernam Vaz Dourado was compiler of an atlas of the world dated Gôa, 1571.
[journalArticle]DE SMET, Antoine. A note on the cartographic work of Pierre Pourbus, painter of Bruges. Imago Mundi, 1947, 4: 33–6, 1 pl., facs.
[journalArticle]DRECKER, Joseph. Ein Instrument, eine Karte und eine Schrift des Nürnberger Kartographen und Kompassmachers Erhard Etzlaub. Ann.Hydrogr.Marit.Meteorol., Jun. 1917, 217–24, 1 table. [CB 24/432]
[journalArticle]EUDE, Emile. Sur quelques pièces des archives Portugaises cocernant les cartographes Reinel. Bull.Sect.Géogr.Comité Trav.Hist.Sci., 1925, 40: 1–24. [CB 22/146]
[journalArticle]FLURY, Franz. Neuausgaben einiger alter Kartenwerke. Gesnerus, 1949, 6: 9–16.
[journalArticle]HASSINGER, H. Alte Karten aus der Bibliothek Vadians. Mitt.Geogr.Ges.Wien, 1926, 69: 224–34. [CB 22/147]
[journalArticle]MUNSTERBERG, Margaret. Blundeville on maps and globes. More Books, 1947, 22: 29–30.
Apropos of various editions of “M. Blundeville: His exercises”. First edition 1594.
[book]NUNN, George E. Origin of the Strait of Anian concept. 36 p., maps. Glenside, Penn: George H. Beans, 1929.
A study of 16th century theories on the relations between Asia and America.
Reviewed in Geogr.Rev., 1930, 20: 353–4.
[bookChapter]OLSZEWICZ, Boleslaw. I lavori cartografici di Niccolò Copernico. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), p. 425–6. Paris: Hermann, 1958.
[book]ORTROY, Fernand van. L'oeuvre cartographique de Gérard et de Corneille de Jode. xxxv, 130 p., 5 pl., portr. Gand: Van Goethem, 1914. [CB 10/145]
[journalArticle]ROSENWALD, Lessing J. Sixteenth-century maps presented by Lessing J. Rosenwald. Libr.Congr.Quart.J.Curr.Acquis., 1949, 6: 18–22, 2 pl. [CB 75/65]
[journalArticle]UHDEN, Richard. An equidistant and a trapezoidal projection of the early fifteenth century. Imago Mundi, 1937, 2: 8, 8, map.
[journalArticle]FOR biographical aspects and individual texts see also
Volume 1 under:- Anthonisz; Gastaldi; Gemma Frisius; Homem
Volume 2 under:- Leonardo da Vinci drFZ; Magini; Magnus, O.; Mercator, G.;Reinel; Ribeiro, D.; Roselli; S'Grooten; Surhon; Tabourot; Zell
6 HFcn atlases and world maps
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Alcune osservazioni sul planisfero di Giovanni Vespucci (1526). Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1952, 59: 253–60.
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. The atlas of Pietro Coppo, 1520. Imago Mundi, 1951, 7: 48–50, pl.
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Un grande planisfero di Giuseppo Rosaccio (1597). Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1925, 36: 264–9. [CB 18/546]
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Il mappemondo di Albértin de Virga. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1914, 21: 92–6.
Apropos of F.R. v. Wieser's book, see below.
[book]AYUSAWA, Shintaro. Mateo Ritchi no sekaizui ni kansuru shiteki kenkyu - kinsei Nippon ni okeru sekai chiri chishiki no shuryu. [A historical study of Matteo Ricci's world map - on the main current of the knowledge of world geography in the age of Tokugawa. (In Japanese)] 239, 14 p., 31 ill. (Yokohama Shiritsu Daigaku Kiyo, ser.A, 4: no.18) Yokohama: 1953.
[review]Reviewed by M. Ramming, Imago Mundi, 1955, 12: 188–9.
[journalArticle]BAGROW, Leo. The first German Ortelius. Imago Mundi, 1937, 2: 74.
[journalArticle]BIGELOW, John. The so-called Bartholomew Columbus map of 1506. Geogr.Rev., 1935, 643–56. [CB 45/207]
[journalArticle]BISHOP, R.P. Lessons of the Gilbert map. Geogr.J., 1928, 72: 237–43, map. [CB 26/172]
[journalArticle]BLUMER, Walter. The map drawings of Aegidius Tschudi (1505–1572). Imago Mundi, 1953, 10: 57–60, 1 portr., 1 fig., 1 map.
[journalArticle]CARACI, Giuseppe. Un atlantino manoscritto italiano della seconda meta del secolo XVI. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1925, 31: 269–83. [CB 18/546]
An atlas of MS. maps.
[journalArticle]CARACI, Giuseppe. Di due delle più antiche rappresentazioni cartografiche a stampa di Firenze. Geografia, 1926, 14: 148–58.
[journalArticle]CORTESĀO, Armando. Note on the Castiglioni planisphere. Imago Mundi, 1954, 2: 53–5, 1 map.
[journalArticle]DENGEL, I.F. Sulla “mappa mundi” di Palazzo Venezia. Archivio della R.S. Romana di Storia Patria, Roma, 1929, 52: 501–8.
[journalArticle]DENGEL, Philipp. Die verschollene Mappa mundi im Palazzo di Venezia in Rom aus der zweiten Hälfte des XV. Jahrhunderts. Mitt.Geogr.Ges.Wien, 1913, 56: 417–22.

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[book]DESTOMBES, Marcel. La mappemonde de Petrus Plancius gravée par Josua van den Ende, 1604, d'après l'unique exemplaire de la Bibliothéque Nationale de Paris. ii, 51 p., 1 fig., 14 maps. (Publications de la Société de Géographie de Hanoi). Hanoi: Imprimerie d'Extrême Orient, 1944.
[review]Reviewed by E. Heawood, Geogr.J., 1945, 105: 209–12;
[review]by G. Sarton, Isis, 1948, 38: 262.
[book]DOURADO, Fernâo Vaz. Atlas de Fernâo Vaz Dourado. Reproduçâo fidelissima do exemplar datado de Goa, 1571, existente no Arquivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo. Porto: Biblioteca Historica de Portugal e Brasil, Visconde de Lagoa, 1946.
Reviewed in Imago Mundi, 1948, 5: 104.
[journalArticle]FEUERSTEIN, A. Ein kartographisches Denkmal aus dem 15. Jahrhundert. Mitt.Geogr.Ges.Wien, 1923, 66: 66: no. 4–12, 106–22.
[journalArticle]GALLO, Rodolfo. Antonio Florian and his “Mappemonde”. Imago Mundi, 1949, 6: 35–8, 2 maps..
[journalArticle]GUILLÉN Y TATO, Julio F. An unpublished atlas of J. Martinez (1591). Imago Mundi, 1955, 12: 107–26, 11 fig., 1 pl.
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. Another Lafreri atlas. Geogr.J., 1932, 80: 521–2. [CB 39/373]
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. An undescribed Lafreri atlas and contemporary Venetian collections. Geogr.J., 1929, 73: 359–69, ill. [CB 29/228]
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. An unplaced atlas of Augustin Roussin. Geogr.J., 1931, 77: 160–1, 398, 2 maps.. [CB 33/348]
[journalArticle]HORÁK, Boh. Světová mapka v rukopise Vavřincovy Kroniky světové. [A world map in the manuscript of the “World chronicle” of Vavřinec. (In Czech, with French summary)] Sb.Česk.Společnosti Zeměpisné, 1927, 33: 223–6, facs. [CB 29/217]
[book]KIMBLE, George H. The Catalan world map of the Reale Biblioteca Estense at Modena. With a memoir by George H. Kimble. Map in four sheets, memoir 12 p. London: Royal Geographical Society, 1934.
Reviewed in Geogr.J., 1934, 83: 233–4.
[book]KÖNIG, Erich. Konrad Peutinger und die sogenannte Karte des Nikolaus von Cues. Festschrift Georg von Hertling, 5 p. Kempten: Jos. Kösel, 1913.
[book]MAGNAGHI, A. Il planisfero del 1523 della Biblioteca del re in Torino. La prima carta del mondo costruita dopo il viaggio di Magellano. Unica copia conosciuta di carta generale ad uso dei piloti dell'epoca delle grandi scoperte. 86 p., 4 ill., map. Florence: Lange, 1929.
Reviewed in Universo, 1930, 11: 240; by George E. Nunn, Geogr.Rev., 1931, 21: 684–6.
[book]RICCI, Matteo. Matteo Ricci's world map in Chinese, 1602. A collotype reproduction. Peiping: Society of Chinese Historical Geography, 1936.
[journalArticle]SALINARI, Marina Emiliani. An atlas of the 15th century preserved in the library of the former Serail in Constantinople. Imago Mundi, 1951, 8: 101–2, map.
[bookChapter]SEATON, Ethel. Marlowe's map. In: English Association. Essays and studies by members, 10: p. 13–35, map. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1924.
Argument from internal evidence in the “Tamburlaine” to show that Christopher Marlowe was familiar with Ortelius' great atlas, the “Theatrum orbis terrarum.”
[book]STEVENSON, Edward Luther. Genoese world map 1457. Facs. with critical text, issued under the joint auspices of the American Geographical Society and the Hispanic Society of America. 5, 1, 66, 11 p., ill., maps. New York: The De Vinne Press, 1912.
[journalArticle]VASCONCELLOS, Ernesto de. A carta planisferica de Alberto Cantino (c. 1501, 1502). Bol.Soc.Geogr.Lisboa, 1922, ser. 40a, 308–16.
[journalArticle]WAGNER, Henry R. A map of Sancho Gutiérrez of 1551. Imago Mundi, 1951, 8: 47–9, 2 maps..
[book]WIESER, Franz R. von. Die Weltkarte des Albertin de Virga aus dem Anfang des 15. Jahrh. in der Sammlung Figdor in Wien. 17 p. Innsbruck: H. Schwick, 1912.
[journalArticle]WINTER, Heinrich. Francisco Rodrigues' atlas of c. 1513. Imago Mundi, 1949, 6: 20–6, pl.
[book]WRIGHT, John Kirtland. The Leardo map of the world, 1452 or 1453, in the collection of American Geographical Society, with a note on the reproduction of the map by A.B. Hoen. iv, 74 p., front., facs., maps. (American Geographical Society Library Series, 4) New York: American Geographical Society, 1928. [CB 24/435]
[journalArticle]FOR individual atlases and world maps see also
Volume 1 under:- Agnese; Columbus, C., drHG; Contarini, G.M.; Desceliers; Drake F. (b.c. 1540), dg; Homem
Volume 2 under:- Maggiolo; Mercator, G.; Münster; Ptolemy dp; Roselli; Rüst
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[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. Early map indexing. Geogr.J., 1932, 80: 247–9. [CB 39/374]
Indexing of the maps in Ptolemy was first done in the Basel edition of 1552 by the German grammarian Conrad Wolfhart.
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[journalArticle]BAGROW, Leo. Essay of a catalogue of map-incunabula. Imago Mundi, 1951, 7: 106–9, pl.
[journalArticle]BAGROW, Leo. A page from the history of the distribution of maps. Imago Mundi, 1948, 5: 53–6, facs.
Maps listed in a booksellers' catalogue of 1573.
[book]DESTOMBES, Marcel, ed. Catalogue des cartes gravées au XVe siècle. 95 p. (International Geographical Union. Commission on the Bibliography of Ancient Maps. Rapport, fasc. 2) Paris: 1952.
Reviewed in Imago Mundi, 1953, 10: 131–2.
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[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Intorno ad una raccolta di carte cinquecentesche di proprietà del Lloyd Triestino. Universo, 1927, 8: 263–93.
The collection here listed and discussed includes 137 maps, all of which (except one) date from before 1569. Most of the maps were printed in Venice.
[book]STEVENSON, Edward L. A description of (15) early maps. Originals and facsimiles (1452–1611). Being a part of the permanent wall exhibition of the American Geographical Society. With a partial list and brief references to the reproductions of others which may be consulted in the Society's Library. 21 p. New York: American Geographical Society, 1921. 6 HFco globes
[journalArticle]MURIS, Oswald. Der Behaim-Globus zu Nürnberg: eine Faksimile­Wiedergabe in 92 Einzelbildern. Der Erdapfel des Martin Behaim. 74 p., 48 pl. Ibero-Amer.Arch., 1943, 17: 17: no. 1–2. [CB 76/342]
[journalArticle]OBERHUMMER, Eugen. Die Brixener Globen von 1522 der Sammlung Hauslab-Liechtenstein. Denkschr.Akad.Wiss.Wien Phil.Hist.Kl., 1926, 67: no. 3, 15 p., 4 pl. [CB 22/147]
[journalArticle]FOR globes see also
Volume 2 under Molyneux
6 HFd/w other aspects 6 HFda
[journalArticle]ORTELIUS, Abraham A. Ortelii Catalogus Cartographorum. Bearbeitet von Leo Bagrow. 2 vol. 1. (A-L). 137 p., 12 pl.; 2. (M-Z). 135 p. (Petermanns Mitt., Suppl. no. 199, 210) Gotha: Perthes, 1928, 1930. [CB 26/173 and CB 33/353]
[review]Reviewed by E. Heawood, Geogr.J., 1931, 77: 562–4.
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[journalArticle]NUNN, George E. Marinus of Tyre's place in the Columbus concepts. Imago Mundi, 1937, 2: 27–35.

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[journalArticle]VOET, L. Les relations commerciales entre Gérard Mercator et la maison Plantinienne à Anvers. Duisburger Forsch., 1962, 6: 171–232. 6 HFtq
[book]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Monumenta cartographica Vaticana. 3. Le pitture murali della Galleria delle Carte Geografiche. viii, 90 p., 54 pl. Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1952.
Apropos of the maps by Egnazio Danti.
Reviewed in Imago Mundi, 1953, 10: 134–5.
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[journalArticle]CARACI, Giuseppe. Gli albori della cartografia terrestre in Inghilterra. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1927, 34: 57–71. [CB 24/538] 6 HFwg
[book]DURAND, Dana Bennett. The Vienna-Klosterneuberg map corpus of the fifteenth century. A study in the transition from medieval to modern science. xvi, 510 p., maps. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1952. [CB 79/116]
[review]Reviewed by Erwin Raisz, Isis, 1953, 44: 384–5; in Imago Mundi, 1953, 10: 133–4;
[review]by Emile Janssens, Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1953, 32: 357–60;
[review]by George Bingham Fowler, Speculum, 1957, 32: 359–63.
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[journalArticle]OLSZEWICZ, Boleslaw. Kartografja Polska XV i XVI wieku. Przeglad chronologiczno-bibljograficzny. [La cartographie polonaise du XVe et XVIe siècles. Revue chronologique et bibliographique. (In Polish, with French summary)] Pol.Przegl.Kartogr., 1930, 8: 147–68. 6 HFwi
[bookChapter]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. La diffusion des produits cartographiques flamands en Italie au XVIe siècle. Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1954, 7: 46–8. Also in: Act.VIe Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Amsterdam, 1950), (2), p. 713–15. Paris: Hermann, 1953.
[journalArticle]TOOLEY, R.V. Maps in Italian atlases of the sixteenth century, being a comparative list of the Italian maps issued by Lafreri, Forlani, Duchetti, Bertelli and others, found in atlases. Imago Mundi, 1939, 3: 12–47. 6 HFwj
[book]CORTESÂO, Armando. Cartografia e cartógrafos portugueses dos séculos XV e XVI (contribuiçâo para um estudo completo). 2 vol. xliv, 391 p.; 455 p., 58 fig. Lisbon: Ediç. da “Seara Nova”, 1935.
[review]Reviewed by A. Fontoura da Costa, Archeion, 1935, 17: 476–8;
[review]by Roberto Almagià, ibid., 478–98. Second review includes list of 184 fifteenth and sixteenth century maps, and list of 43 Portuguese cartographers of the sixteenth century.
[bookChapter]CORTESÂO, Armando. Portugaliae monumenta cartographica. Act.VIIIᵉ Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Florence, 1956), p. 451–5. Paris: Hermann, 1958. Also in Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1956, 9: 211–15.
The commemoration in Portugal of the fifth centenary of the death (1460) of Prince Henry the Navigator
[journalArticle]KIMBLE, George H. Portuguese policy and its influence on fifteenth century cartography. Geogr.Rev., 1933, 23: 653–9. [CB 40/340]
[journalArticle]MILLÁS VALLICROSA, José M. La cultura cosmográfica en la corona de Aragón durante el reinado de los reyes católicos. Cuad.Hist.Jerónimo Zurita, 1956, no. 4–5, 81–90.
[book]MIRANDA, M.G. De. La contribution de l'Espagne au progrès de la cosmographie et de ses techniques (1508–1624). 50 p. (Conférence du Palais de la Découverte, 97) Paris: Université de Paris, 1963.
[book]REPARAZ, G. de. ‘Mestre Jacome de Malhorca’, cartógrafo do Infante: contribuiçâo para o estudo da origem da cartografia portuguesa. 55 p. Coimbra Editora, 1930. [CB 32 490]
[journalArticle]REPARAZ, G. de. Les précurseurs de la cartographie terrestre. La première carte topographique a été levée au Portugal au XVIe siècle. Act.VIe Congr.Int.Hist.Sci. (Amsterdam, 1950), p. 249–60, 2 fig. Paris: Hermann, 1951. Also in Arch.Int.Hist.Sci., 1951, 4: 73–84, 1 fig. [CB 79/118] 6 HFwk
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. La diffusion des produits cartographiques flamands … See 6 HFwi
[journalArticle]KEUNING, J. 16th century cartography in the Netherlands. Imago Mundi, 1952, 9: 35–64, 2 fig. 6 HG REGIONAL CARTOGRAPHY 6 HGA AMERICA
[journalArticle]CORTESĀO, Armando. See 6 HHcn
[book]CRINÒ, Sebastiano. Schizzi cartografici inediti dei primi anni della scoperta dell'America. 73 p., ill. (Supplemento al Fascicole della Rivista Marittima, novembre 1930, IX) [Roma]: Ministero della Marina, 1930.
[book]CRINÒ, Sebastiano. La scoperta della carta originale di Paolo dal Pozzo Toscanelli, che servì di guida a Cristoforo Colombo per il viaggio verso il Nuovo Mondo. 32 p., ill. Firenze: 1941.
Reprinted from Universo, vol. 22.
[review]Reviewed by William Jerome Wilson, Geogr.Rev., 1942, 32: 175–7.
[journalArticle]GOLDSCHMIDT, E.P. Johannes Cochlaeus and a problem in sixteenth century cartography. Geogr.J., 1933, 82: 343–50. [CB 42/504]
First mention of the name of America on a printed map.
[journalArticle]HAARDT, Robert. La découverte de l'Amerique sur les globes du seizième siècle. Stud.Colombiani, 1951, 1: 197–205.
[bookChapter]HAPGOOD, Charles H. Ancient knowledge of America and Antarctica. Proc.10th Int.Congr.Hist.Sci. (Ithaca, 1962), (1), p. 479–88. Paris: Hermann, 1964.
Principally based on an analysis of the Peri Re'is map of 1513 and the Oronteus Finnaeus map of 1531.
[journalArticle]KARPINSKI, Louis C. The first map with the name America. Geogr.Rev., 1930, 664–8. [CB 30/413]
[journalArticle]LANGLOIS, Charles Victoire. Étude sur deux cartes d'Oronce Finé de 1531 et 1536. J.Soc.Amér.Paris, new ser., 1923, 15: 83–97, 6 fig., 1 pl. [CB 16/205]
[journalArticle]MOLINARI, Diego Louis. See 6 HKA
[journalArticle]MUÑOZ MALUSCHKA, Dora. Cartografía primitiva americana: memoria de prueba para optar al título de Profesora de Historia y Geografía. Rev.Chilena Hist.Geogr., 1927, 55: 311–44; 1928, 56: 344–70; 57: 267–88. [CB 24/438]
[journalArticle]PEITZ, Wilhelm M. Die erste Darstellung der Neuen Welt und das erste Vorkommen des Namens Amerika auf einer gedruckten Karte. Petermanns Mitt., 1930, 76: 295–301.
[journalArticle]POHL, Frederick J. The Pesaro map, 1505. Imago Mundi, 1950, 7: 82–3, pl.
Apropos of a map made by Amerigo Vespucci in the Biblioteca e Musei Oliveriani at Pesaro, Italy.
[book]STEVENS, Henry N. The first delineation of the New World and the first use of the name America on a printed map. xvi, 127 p., 2 maps. London: Henry Stevens, Son and Stiles, 1928. [CB 25/361 and CB 26/170] 6 HGAwg
[bookChapter]OBERHUMMER, Eugen. Amerika auf Wiener Denkmälern der Kartographie des 16. Jahrhunderts. Compt.Rend.XXIe Congr.Int.Amér. (Göteborg, 1924), p. 294–6. Göteborg: Göteborg Museum, 1925. 6 HGAwi
[bookChapter]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Le prime conoscenze dell'America e la cartografia italiana. Atti XXIIᵒ Congr.Int.Amer. (Rome, 1926), (2), p. 589–92. Rome: R. Garroni, 1928.

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[journalArticle]CARACI, Giuseppe. The reputed inclusion of Florida in the oldest nautical maps of the New World. Imago Mundi, 1960, 15: 32–9.
[book]GANONG, William F. Crucial maps in the early cartography and place-nomenclature of the Atlantic coast of Canada. 500 p., ill. (Royal Society of Canada Studia Varia Series, 8) Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964.
A reissue of the work which covers the 16th century and the voyages of Cabot, Verrazzano, Cartier, Gomes, Fagundes, Corte Reals, and others.
[journalArticle]ROUKEMA, E. Some remarks on the La Cosa map. Imago Mundi, 1959, 14: 38–54.
[journalArticle]WINTER, Heinrich. Das falsche Labrador und ser schiefe Meridian. Forsch.Fortsch., 1936, 12: 117–19, 3 fig.
[journalArticle]WINTER, Heinrich. The pseudo-Labrador and the oblique meridian. Imago Mundi, 1937, 2: 61–73. [CB 54/537] 6 HGBcn-bv
[book]LAYNG, T.E. Sixteenth-century maps relating to Canada. A check-list and bibliogr. xxvi, 283 p. Ottawa: 1956.
[review]Reviewed by Leo Bagrow, Imago Mundi, 1959, 14: 120–1.
[journalArticle]CLINE, Howard F. The Orelius maps of New Spain, 1579, and related contemporary materials, 1560–1610. Imago Mundi, 1962, 16: 98–115.
[journalArticle]ROUKEMA, E. the coasts of North-East Brazil and the Guianas in the Egerton MS.2803. Imago Mundi, 1960, 15: 27–31.
[journalArticle]HENNIG, Richard. The representation on maps of the Magalhaes Straits before their discovery. Imago Mundi, 1948, 5: 33–37, 4 figs.
[book]SCHULLER, Rudolf. The Ordaz and Dortal expeditions in search of El-Dorado as described on sixteenth century maps. 15 p., ill., 2 maps. (Smithsonian Misc.Collect., 66: no. 4) Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution, 1916. [CB 10/145]
[bookChapter]WIESER, Franz R. von. Das Welserland auf den Karten des sechzehnten Jahrhunderts. Festschrift Eduard Seler, p. 645–54, 4 maps. Stuttgart: Strecker und Schröder, 1922. [CB 21/513]
[journalArticle]BAGROW, Leo. “Carta itineraria europae Martini Ilacomili”, 1511. Imago Mundi, 1954, 11: 149–50, 1 fig., 1 map.
[journalArticle]BANFI, Florio. Maps of Wolfgang Lazius in the Tall Tree Library in Jenkintown. Imago Mundi, 1960, 15: 52–65.
Maps of Austria, Hungary and Dalmatia.
[journalArticle]CHOWANIEC, Czeslaw. The first geographical map of Bernard Wapowski. Imago Mundi, 1955, 12: 59–64, 2 maps..
[journalArticle]ENCKELL, Carl. Aegidius Tschudi's hand-drawn map of Northern Europe. Imago Mundi, 1953, 10: 61–4, 1 map.
[journalArticle]ENCKELL, Carl. The representation of the North of Europe in the worldmap of Petrus Plancius of 1592. Imago Mundi, 1951, 8: 55–69, map, 6 fig.
[journalArticle]GALLO, Rodolfo. Gioan Francesco Camocio and his large map of Europe. Imago Mundi, 1951, 7: 93–102.
[journalArticle]WERTHEIM, Hans. Der erste europäische Strassenatlas. Imago Mundi, 1935, 1: 41–4. [CB 47/254]
See also Volume 2 under:- Magnus, O.; Tschudi
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Note on a map of the British Isles by Pietro Coppo. Geogr.J., 1927, 69: 441–4. [CB 26/168]
[journalArticle]ANDREWS, Michael C. The boundary between Scotland and England in the Portolan charts. Proc.Soc.Antiq.Scot., 1926, 5th ser., 12: 36–66. [CB 22/280]
[journalArticle]ANDREWS, Michael C. The British Isles in the nautical charts of the 14th and 15th centuries. Geogr.J., 1926, 68: 474–81, 1 pl., 9 fig. [CB 22/280]
[journalArticle]ANDREWS, Michael C. Scotland in the Portolan charts. Scot.Geogr.Mag., 1926, 42: 129–53, 193–213, 2 pl., 24 fig. [CB 22/281]
[journalArticle]FORDHAM, H. George. Some surveys and maps of the Elizabethan period remaining in manuscript. Paper read at the Leeds meeting of the British Association. Geogr.J., 1928, 71: 50–60.
On plans and local maps by Christopher Saxton, Philip Symonson, and John Norden.
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. Aegidius Tschudi's maps. Geogr.J., 1933, 81: 39–43.
The author considers five sheets covering the British Isles.
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. A hitherto unrecorded MS. map of Northamptonshire by John Norden. Geogr.J., 1940, 96: 368–9.
Dated 1591, found in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. Some early county maps. Geogr.J., 1926, 68: 325037. [CB 22/153]
[journalArticle]HEAWOOD, Edward. An undescribed Elizabethan map. Geogr.J., 1935, 85: 453–6.
A map of the harbour of Rye, Kent, dated 1594, attributed to Philip Symonson of Rochester.
[journalArticle]LIVETT, Grevile M. Early Kent maps (16th century). Archaeol.Cantiana, 1937, 49: 31 p.
Four earliest known maps: by Robert Glover 1571, by Saxton 1575.
[review]Reviewed by E. Heawood. Geogr.J., 1938, 92: 158–60.
[journalArticle]LYNAM, E.W. Map of England by Petrus Plancius. Brit.Mus.Quart., 1935, 9: 111.
First edition 1592. This is a copy of the second edition, 1592 or 1593.
[book]LYNAM, E.W. The map of the British Isles of 1546. 6 p. Jenkintown: George H. Beans Library, 1934.
Attributed on strong evidence to George Lily.
[review]Reviewed by E. Heawood, Geogr.J., 1935, 86: 174–6.
[journalArticle]MANLEY, Gordon. The Plancius map of Endland, Wales and Ireland, 1592. Geogr.J., Sept. 1934, 84: 252–3. [CB 43/217]
[book]NORTH, F.J. Humphrey Lhuyd's maps of England and of Wales. 59 p., 12 fig. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales and Press Board of the University of Wales, 1937. [CB 53/219]
[book]NORTH, F.J. The map of Wales before 1600 A.D. 69 p. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, 1935.
[review]Reviewed by W.E. Whitehouse, Geography, 1936, 21: 309.
[journalArticle]PHILIP, I.G. Early maps. Antiquity, 1937, 11: 486–9, 2 pl. [CB 53/217]
[journalArticle]SKELTON, R.A. Bishop Leslie's maps of Scotland, 1578. Imago Mundi, 1951, 7: 103–6, pl.
[journalArticle]TAIT, E.S. Reid. Timothy Pont's map of Shetland. Scot.Geogr.Mag., 1930, 46: 210–14.
[journalArticle]FOR cartography of the British Isles see also
Volume 2 under Saxton, C.
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[journalArticle]LOOMIE, Albert F. An Armada Pilot's survey of the English coastline, October 1597. Mariner's Mirror, 1963, 49: 288–300. 6 HGF
[bookChapter]DAINVILLE, François de. Le premier atlas de France: “Le theâtre françoys de M. Bouguereau” 1594. Compt.Rend.LXXXe Congr.Soc.Savantes (Chambéry/Annecy, 1960), p. 1–50. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1961.
[review]Reviewed by F. Mauro, Rev.Hist., 1963, 230: 339–46.

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[book]LAVIS-TRAFFORD, M.A. de. L'évolution de la cartographie de la région du Mont-Cenis et de ses abords aux XVe et XVIe siècles. Etude critique des méthodes de travail des grands cartographes du XVI siècle. 125 p., 12 pl. Chambéry: Dardel, 1949. [CB 79/118]
[review]Reviewed by R.A. Skelton, Antiquity, 1952, 26: 111–12.
[journalArticle]CARACI, Giuseppe. Giacomo Gastaldi, Enrico Zell e la cartografia più antica a stampa della Germania. Archeion, 1927, 8: 377–400. [CB 24/437]
[journalArticle]CARACI, Giuseppe. Heinrich Zell, G. Gastaldi und einige der ältesten Karten von Deutschland. Petermanns Mitt., 1927, 73: 200–5. [CB 27/449]
[journalArticle]DIERCKE, Paul. Georg Erlingers Karte von Deutschland von 1515 und die ältesten Sprachenkarten. Permannas Mitt., 1930, 76: 127–8.
[journalArticle]GRENACHER, F. The “Universae Germaniae descriptio” map of Jérome de Gourmont. Imago Mundi, 1959, 14: 55–63.
[journalArticle]HORN, Werner. Sebastian Münster's map of Prussia and the variants of it. Imago Mundi, 1951, 7: 67–73.
[journalArticle]LANG, Wilhelm. The Augsburg travel guide of 1563 and the Erlinger road map of 1524. Imago Mundi, 1950, 7: 85–8, 2 pl.
[journalArticle]S'GROOTEN, Christian. Die Karten deutscher Länder im Brüsseler Atlas des Christian s'Groothen (1573). Hrsg. von Hans Mortensen und Arend Lang. 2 vol., maps., bibliogr. (Abhandl.Ges.Wiss.Göttingen Philol.Histl.Kl., 3rd ser., 44) Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1959.
[journalArticle]SRBIK, Robert. Die Darstelleung Tirols auf der Deutschlandkarte des Christian Schrott (Sgrothenius) 1565. Mitt.Geogr.Ges.Wien, 1927, 70: 19–30, 127–44.
[book]STRAUSS, Gerald. Sixteenth-century Germany: its topography and topographers. viii, 197 p., ill., app., notes, bibliogr. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1959.
[review]Reviewed by George B. Parks, Renaiss.News, 1961, 14: 30–2.
[journalArticle]TAYLOR, E.G.R. A regional map of the early XVIth century. Geogr.J., 1928, 71: 474–9. [CB 26/170]
Martin Waldeseemüller's map of the Upper Rhine Valley of Alsace in the Strasbourg edition of Ptolemy's “Geography”, of 1513.
[journalArticle]BIRKENMAJER, L. Antoine. Marco Beneventano, Copernicus, Wapowski und die älteste geographische Karte von Polen. Bull.Int.Acad.Sci.Cracovie Cl.Sci.Math.Natur., 1901, 63–71, map. 6 HGI
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. Un’antica carta topografica del territorio veronese. Atti.Accad.Naz.Lincei Mem.Cl.Sci.Morali Stor.Filol., 1923, 33: 33: fasc. 5–6, 63–82. [CB 16/195]
Also published separately: 8, 24 p., ill. Rome: Tip. dell Academia, 1923.
[journalArticle]ALMAGIÀ, Roberto. La cartografia del Lazio nel Cinquencento. Riv.Geogr.Ital., 1916, 23: 25–44.
Apropos of the facsimile publication by Thomas Ashby of “Mappa della C