701
701
Zaragoza y Vilanova, José de (1627?-1679)
CANON TRIGONOMETRICUS. CONTINENS LOGARITHMOS SINUUM. ET TANGENTIUM, AD SINGULA SCRUPULA TOTIUS SEMICIRCULI.RADII LOGARITHMO, 10.0000000… (TABULA LOGARITHMICA CONTINENS UNIDECIM NUMERORUM CHILIADES, CUM SUIS LOGARITHMIS AB UNITATE, SCILICÈT, AD 11100. DISPOSITIS NOVA METHODO, ET PROPORTIONI ASTRONOMICÆ APPLICATIS IN GRATIAM ASTRONOMORUM). MADRID: BERNARDO DE VILLA-DIEGO, 1672, 2 PARTS IN ONE VOLUME, TITLES WITHIN TYPOGRAPHICAL BORDERS,
Estimate
7001,000
LOT SOLD. 875 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
701
Zaragoza y Vilanova, José de (1627?-1679)
CANON TRIGONOMETRICUS. CONTINENS LOGARITHMOS SINUUM. ET TANGENTIUM, AD SINGULA SCRUPULA TOTIUS SEMICIRCULI.RADII LOGARITHMO, 10.0000000… (TABULA LOGARITHMICA CONTINENS UNIDECIM NUMERORUM CHILIADES, CUM SUIS LOGARITHMIS AB UNITATE, SCILICÈT, AD 11100. DISPOSITIS NOVA METHODO, ET PROPORTIONI ASTRONOMICÆ APPLICATIS IN GRATIAM ASTRONOMORUM). MADRID: BERNARDO DE VILLA-DIEGO, 1672, 2 PARTS IN ONE VOLUME, TITLES WITHIN TYPOGRAPHICAL BORDERS,
Estimate
7001,000
LOT SOLD. 875 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Zaragoza y Vilanova, José de (1627?-1679)
CANON TRIGONOMETRICUS. CONTINENS LOGARITHMOS SINUUM. ET TANGENTIUM, AD SINGULA SCRUPULA TOTIUS SEMICIRCULI.RADII LOGARITHMO, 10.0000000… (TABULA LOGARITHMICA CONTINENS UNIDECIM NUMERORUM CHILIADES, CUM SUIS LOGARITHMIS AB UNITATE, SCILICÈT, AD 11100. DISPOSITIS NOVA METHODO, ET PROPORTIONI ASTRONOMICÆ APPLICATIS IN GRATIAM ASTRONOMORUM). MADRID: BERNARDO DE VILLA-DIEGO, 1672, 2 PARTS IN ONE VOLUME, TITLES WITHIN TYPOGRAPHICAL BORDERS,
Trigonometria Espanola, resolucion de los triangulos planos, y esfericos, fabrica, y uso de los senos, y logarithmos. Mallorca: Francisco Olivier, 1672, title within typographical borders, 4 letterpress tables (at front of volume), 3 engraved plates (at end of volume), one table torn

2 works bound in one volume, 4to (190 x 140mm.), early manuscript annotations, contemporary vellum


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Provenance

bought from Martayan Lan, New York, 1996

Literature

Tomash & Williams Z1, Z3, Z4

Catalogue Note

“Joseph Zaragoza was a Spanish mathematician who held the chair of mathematics at Spain’s Imperial College. In 1675, he was appointed to tutor the fourteen-year-old King Carlos” (Tomash & Williams).

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