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Martínez Silíceo, Juan (1486?-1557)
LIBER ARITHMETICE PRACTICE ASTROLOGIS PHISICIS ET CALCULATORIBUS ADMODUM UTILIS. PARIS: THOMAS KEES FOR JEAN PETIT & JEAN LAMBERT, 23 JUNE 1513
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Martínez Silíceo, Juan (1486?-1557)
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Martínez Silíceo, Juan (1486?-1557)
LIBER ARITHMETICE PRACTICE ASTROLOGIS PHISICIS ET CALCULATORIBUS ADMODUM UTILIS. PARIS: THOMAS KEES FOR JEAN PETIT & JEAN LAMBERT, 23 JUNE 1513
FIRST EDITION, issue with Petit’s device on title, small folio (265 x 192mm.), title printed in red and black with woodcut printer’s device, the whole within a woodcut border, criblé initials, woodcut diagrams, a few early annotations, brown morocco by Zaehnsdorf, red morocco-backed chemise and slipcase, minor worming in the text, title page remargined at foot
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來源

Johannes Knipfberg fisicus, faded inscription on title; L'Art Ancien, Zurich, Bulletin XVII, (c.1928-1930), item 679 (Sfr 300); Robert B. Honeyman (1897-1987), sale in these rooms, 31 October 1978, lot 350, Globe Bookstore, £500; bought from E.P. Goldschmidt & Co., London, 1987

出版

Tomash & Williams M55; BP16 102321; Navarro Brotóns 517; Smith, Rara arithmetica, pp.95-96; USTC 144136

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The author was an Iberian mathematician who had come to the university of Paris in 1498, where he taught mathematics (to Oronce Fine among others), while being a student (of dialectic and theology); he afterwards was called to Salamanca as professor of natural philosophy. This work retains the usual structure of the algorismus, but presents a simple version of the rule of three, belonging to the abacus tradition. This was a novelty in university mathematics and the passage was stricken when Oronce Fine brought out a new edition in 1519

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