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De Locis Solidis Secunda Divinatio Geometrica In Quinque Libros Iniuria Temporum Amissos Aristæi Senioris Geometræ : Opus Conicum Continens Elementa Tractatuum ejusdem Viviani, quibus tunc ipse multa, maxima, & abdita in Mathesi Theoremata demonstrare cogitaverat / Autore Vincentio Viviani Magni Galilæi Novissimo Discipulo ... :
Author, ContributorViviani, Vincenzio [1622-1703] In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen Search Wikipedia for Vincenzio Viviani
ImprintFlorentiæ : Typis Regiæ Celsitudinis Apud Petrum Antonium Brigonci, [1701]
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Elaboratum Anno 1646. Impressum Florentiæ ab Hippolyto Navesi Anno 1673. Addendis auctum, & in lucem prolatum Anno 1701. At, si extabit umquam ab Autore completum, uti est in animo, solus Deus scit
Description12 ungezählte Blätter, 164, 128 Seiten, 2 ungezählte gefaltete Blätter Bildtafeln : Illustrationen ; fol.
LanguageLatin
Providing InstitutionETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 9075 q
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-9133 
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ReferenceViviani, Vincenzio: De Locis Solidis Secunda Divinatio Geometrica In Quinque Libros Iniuria Temporum Amissos Aristæi Senioris Geometræ : Opus Conicum Continens Elementa Tractatuum ejusdem Viviani, quibus tunc ipse multa, maxima, & abdita in Mathesi Theoremata demonstrare cogitaverat. Florentiæ : Typis Regiæ Celsitudinis Apud Petrum Antonium Brigonci, [1701]. ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 9075 q, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-9133 / Public Domain Mark