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" If any doubt could be harbored, not as to the right of Leonardo da Vinci to stand as the first name of the fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances,... "
Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and ... - Page 107
by Henry Hallam - 1866
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Knight's Penny Magazine, Volume 13

1844
...fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt.t but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances, has ever made — it must be by an hypothesis not very untenable, that some parts of physical science had already attained a height...
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Memoirs of the Early Italian Painters: And of the Progress of ..., Volume 2

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - Painters - 1845
...fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt,* but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances, has ever made — it must be by an hypothesis not very untenable, that some parts of physical science had already attained a height...
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Arthur's Magazine

Timothy Shay Arthur - 1845
...fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances, has ever made — it must be by an hypothesis not very untenable, that some parts of physical science had already attained a height...
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Excelsior: Helps to Progress in Religion, Science, and Literature, Volumes 1-2

James Hamilton - 1854
...fifteenth century, •which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances,...attained a height which mere books do not record The discoveries which made Galileo, and Kepler, and Maestlin, and Maurolicus, and Castelli, and other names,...
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Biographical Catalogue of the Principal Italian Painters: With a Table of ...

Maria Farquhar - Artists - 1855 - 207 pages
...fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances,...attained a height which mere books do not record." — Literature of Europe. f Works. Florence, Uffizj, his own Portrait ; the Head of Medusa ; Adoration...
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Biographical catalogue of the principal Italian painters, by a lady [M ...

Maria Farquhar - 1855
...fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances,...attained a height which mere books do not record." — Literature of Europe. Works. Florence, Uffizj, his own Portrait; the Head of Medusa; Adoration...
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The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General ..., Volume 16

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1858
...doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in each circumstances, has ever made, it must be on an hypothesis, not very untenable, that sonic parts of physical science had already attained a height which mere books do not record." In the...
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STORIES OF INVENTORS AND DISCOVERERS IN SCIENCE AND THE USEFUL ARTS.

JOHN TIMBS - 1860
...discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances, has ever made, it must be an hypothesis, not very untenable, that some parts...Middle Ages, especially in the fifteenth century, lend some countenance to this opinion. Leonardo himself speaks of the Earth's Annual Motion, in a treatise...
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Stories of Inventors and Discoverers in Science and the Useful Arts: A Book ...

John Timbs - Inventions - 1860 - 376 pages
...fifteenth century, which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances, has ever made, it must be an hypothesis, not very untenable, that some parts of physical science had already attained a height...
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The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General ..., Volume 16

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1863
...the 15th century, which is beyond all doubt, but as to his originality in so many discoveries, which probably no one man, especially in such circumstances,...attained a height which mere books do not record." In the royal library at Windsor there are 3 volumes of his drawings, studies from nature, models of...
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