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Clerk using a Pascal adding machine, 1835
Clerk using a Pascal adding machine, 1835
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Using astrolabes to calculate the height of a steeple, 1539. Artist: Petrus Apianus
Using astrolabes to calculate the height of a steeple, 1539. Artist: Petrus Apianus
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Title page of Quadrans Apiani by German mathematician and astronomer Peter Apian, 1532
Title page of Quadrans Apiani by German mathematician and astronomer Peter Apian, 1532
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Pythagoras, Greek mathematician, 1508
Pythagoras, Greek mathematician, 1508
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Pascals digital counting machine of 1642, 1751-1780
Pascals digital counting machine of 1642, 1751-1780
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George and Edward Scheutzs calculating machine
George and Edward Scheutzs calculating machine
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Title page of Quadrans Apiani by German mathematician and astronomer Peter Apian, 1532

Title page of Quadrans Apiani by German mathematician and astronomer Peter Apian, 1532. The illustration shows his recently invented quadrant. Apian (1495-1552) established his reputation by issuing a world map in 1520, and the 1524 publication of his work of geography Cosmographia. In 1527 he published Rechnung, an arithmetical textbook, which included the first printed account of Pascal's triangle. Apian's most important work in astronomy was his Astronomicum Caesareum of 1540, which contained detailed descriptions of five comets

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