Reference numberCLP/24/27
TitlePaper, Answer to Antimo Fabri's book 'Opusculum Geometricum' by James Gregorie
Description'Opusculum Geometricum' was considered to be Fabri's [also known as Honore Fabri] pioneering work in early calculus. Gregorie provides a summary of what he considers to be Fabri's primary arguments.

Subject: Mathematics
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8395Gregorie; James (1638 - 1675); mathematician1638 - 1675
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