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Editorial Remarks

  • Hubert L. L. Busard
  • Menso Folkerts
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To reconstruct the original Latin text as well as possible, we took the wording of the best manuscripts, C and P, as the base for our text, comparing it with all other manuscripts. Angle brackets < > in the text indicate editorial additions. To make the text easier to read, we have occasionally inserted round brackets ( ) as part of the normal punctuation. References to Euclid consist either of the book number in Roman numerals and the proposition number in Arabic numerals divided by a period or of the book number in Roman numerals and the line number in Arabic numerals divided by a comma. So I.46 means book I, proposition 46, and I,46 book I, line 46.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hubert L. L. Busard
    • 1
  • Menso Folkerts
    • 2
  1. 1.VenloNetherlands
  2. 2.Institut für Geschichte der NaturwissenschaftenMuseumsinselGermany

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