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mathematical practitioners of Tudor & Stuart England.

Taylor, E. G. R.

mathematical practitioners of Tudor & Stuart England.

by Taylor, E. G. R.

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Published by Cambridge University Press for the Institute of Navigation in Cambridge .
Written in English


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ContributionsInstitute of Navigation.
The Physical Object
Pagination443p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages443
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19447065M

Using first-hand evidence, this book shows how the making and remaking of ritual formed part of a continuing debate, sometimes strained and occasionally acrimonious, which exposed the raw nerves of society in the midst of great historical events. In doing so, it brings to life the common experiences of living and dying in Tudor and Stuart England. Secondary Literature. Norwood’s contributions to mathematics and navigation are extensively discussed in E. G. R. Taylor, The Mathematical Practitioners of Tudor and Stuart England (Cambridge, ); and David W. Waters, The Art of Navigation in England in Elizabethan and Early Stuart Times (London, ). Lettie S. Multhauf.

Download Citation | On Jan 1, , Patrick A. Catt published Bainbridge, John | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Mark all mathematical heads which be wholly and only bent on these sciences, how solitary they be themselves, how unfit to live with others, how unapt to serve the world. In E G R Taylor, Mathematical Practitioners of Tudor and Stuart England, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Book Description. This pamphlet examines recent research into the poor laws of Tudor and Stuart England. Dr Beier asks the question ‘who were the poor?’ and in answering it places the ‘problem of the poor’ in its historical context, examining it in relation to medieval provisions for dealing with poverty. 16 February London, England Summary William Beale, to publish an almanac for , in which the Catholic saints were superseded by those in Foxe's book of martyrs. Laud, then bishop of London, brought them both into the high commission court. The mathematical practitioners of Tudor and Stuart England (). D Vachov.


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Description: pp. xi, (i),(i). 12 plates, folding map, folding facsimile of John Dee's Mathematical Preface to Euclid. Dust wrapper, neat library stamp on verso of title and verso of last text leaf, no other library mark, a very good copy. Hauksbee, Francis (, England, April ;11 January ) experimental physics, scientific instrumentation.

Like his famous uncle, and often confused with him, the younger Francis Hauksbee in his early years made scientific instruments and gave public demonstrations on scientific subjects. Baptized on 15 Aprilhe was the son of John Hauksbee, a freeman of the Drapers. Cambridge: for the Institute of Navigation at the University Press, Reprint.

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Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The teaching and learning of geographical and mathematical knowledge in early modern England was a complex interaction among scholars, practitioners, merchants, and gentry. Each group had different values and goals associated with geographical knowledge and therefore different educational venues and different topics to be investigated.

This paper argues that the alternate educational sites of. Mathematical Instruments; Contact; The Planimetrica Collection > USA > Austria > Netherlands The Mathematical Practitioners of Tudor & Stuart EnglandCambridge University Press, London, Taylor, E.G.R.; The Mathematical Practitioners of Hanoverian EnglandCambridge University Press, London, A total of 26 engravings: frontis.

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