The exact sciences in antiquity

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Brown University Press, 1957 - Astronomy, Ancient - 240 pages
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User Review  - Lotz - Goodreads

I am exceedingly skeptical of any attempt to reach a “synthesis”—whatever this term may mean—and I am convinced that specialization is the only basis of sound knowledge. When Manny first suggested ... Read full review

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Neugeberger's work is at a much higher level of sophistication than most sources I have encountered, encapsulating a mass of material from archives and journals. I certainly agree with him that ... Read full review

Contents

Babylonian Mathematics
29
The Sources their Decipherment and Evaluation
53
Egyptian Mathematics and Astronomy
71
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