Leonard of Pisa and the New Mathematics of the Middle Ages

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Crowell, 1969 - Mathematicians - 127 pages
A portrait of Pisa, the 13th century capital of the commercial revolution, with emphasis on the contribution of Leonard Fibonacci to the new mathematics.

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Contents

The World of Leonard Fibonacci
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Pisa
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The Mathematician
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