Ancient Double-entry Bookkeeping: Lucas Pacioli's Treatise (A. D. 1494--the Earliest Known Writer on Bookkeeping) Reproduced and Translated with Reproductions, Notes and Abstracts from Manzoni, Pietra, Mainardi, Ympyn, Stevin and Dafforne (Google eBook)
Luca Pacioli, Domenico Manzoni, Angelo Pietra, Matteo Mainardi, Jan Ympyn Christoffels, Simon Stevin, Richard Dafforne
J. B. Geijsbeek, 1914 - Bookkeeping - 182 pages
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Great book. A bit dry, but great nonetheless. The listed authors are all the people who wrote the source texts; the person who actually translated the sources was John B. Geijsbeek, as it says on the title page.
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