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under Roman imperial rule. It addressed previous work in spherical geometry, but may never have been... in spherical astronomy ...
with medieval innovations. Re-reading the Ancient Spherics The scholars who worked on developing the new... Dr Nathan Sidoli In the ...
Arabic version of the Phaenomena (Φαινόμενα; ظاهرات الفلك) by the mathematician Euclid of Alexandria (Εὐκλείδης; أقليدس; ...62 images in record Ref: IO Islamic 1249, ff 57v-86r Date(s): Jumādá I 1198
An early and complete copy of the comprehensive astronomical work, or Canon , by Abū al-Rayḥān Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad al-Bīrūnī (أبو الريحان ...544 images in record Ref: Or 1997 Date(s): Rabī‘ I 570
Arabic version of the De sphaericis (كتاب الأكر) by Theodosius of Bithynia (ثاودوسيوس; Θεοδοìσιος; c 160-c 100 BC). The preface ...65 images in record Ref: Add MS 23570, ff 30r-62r Date(s): Jumādá II 1014
Arabic version of the De sphaera quae movertur (Περὶ κινουμένης σφαίρας; كتاب الكرة المتحركة) by the astronomer, ...16 images in record Ref: Add MS 23570, ff 62r-69v Date(s): Jumādá II 1014