A history of science, Volume 1

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Harvard University Press, 1952 - Science - 646 pages
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Vol. 2 devoted to the three centuries following the death of Aristotle (324 B.C.-624 B.C. It covers Roman culture and Latin letters as well Greek letters and the culture of Eastern Europe, Egypt, and Western Asia.

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The author of this book discusses hellenistic science and literary culture with an incredibly broad scope. That includes science, history, medicine, literature, philosophy, mathematics, poetry etc ... Read full review

Contents

I THE DAWN OF SCIENCE
3
II EGYPT
19
HI MESOPOTAMIA
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