Introduction to arithmetic 
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Review: Introduction to Arithmetic
User Review  Claire  GoodreadsI kept up for about 2/3 of Book 1, but got lost in all the "superpartients" and "sesquialters." (Yes, iPhone, those are real words.) in Book 2 I was able to catch snippets around the geometric ... Read full review
Review: Introduction to Arithmetic
User Review  Michael  GoodreadsNot at all what one might expect, but reading it one can easily see how the Ancients attributed all the mystical properties to numbers. The correspondences are amazing. How numbers are the building ... Read full review
Contents
CHAPrER PAGI  3 
The Development of the Greek Arithmetic before  16 
The Works of Nicomachus  79 
Copyright  
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Adrastus Archytas Aristotle Arith arithmetical series beginning Boethius called Cassiodorus century CHAPTER cited commentary compared cubes definition difference dimensions Diophantus discussion division double ratio dyad Egyptian elements equal Eratosthenes Euclid eventimes odd example extremes factors fractions gives greater terms Greek Heath heteromecic numbers Hiller Hoche Iamblichus ibid Introduction to Arithmetic Kara Leipzig manuscripts mathematical matter mean term measure metic monad natural series Nicoma Nicomachean Nicomachus Nicomachus's odd numbers original passage pentagonal perfect number Philolaus philosopher Photius Pistelli plane numbers Plato polygonal numbers prime numbers propositions pyramid Pythagoras Pythagorean quadruple reference relation rt Kal sesquialter sesquiquartan sesquitertian side solid numbers species square subcontrary superparticular superpartient supra lin T. L. Heath Theologumena Arithmeticae Theon of Smyrna theorem things third Timaeus tion treatise triangle triangular number triple unity