Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCXCIII publicata.

[ii], 545, [46] pp.. Indices. 6 folding tables In heavy cream card of the time, printed spine label, 3 sewn bands front and back. End papers renewed at the time of binding, paper is browned, there are some foxing spots, and some humidity marking throughout but otherwise clean and unmarked. The plates are clean and unmarked, as well, with some of the same browning but not as heavy as the text. Acta Eruditorum was founded in 1682 in Leipzig by Otto Mencke, who became its first editor, and Gottfried Leibniz. It was patterned after the French Journal des savants and Italian Giornale de'letterati.It was a monthly publication in Latin (with very occasional English, German, Hebrew and Greek) containing excerpts from new writings, reviews, small essays and notes. Most of them were devoted to the natural sciences and mathematics. This volume contains work from Bernoulli, Solingen, William Sherlock, Joannis Luyts, Theodore Miykens, P. Bauldus, Gronovius, Ferrarius, Burscough, Cellarius, Robert Bole, Edmund Gibson, Ottavio Rossi, and Walter Kettilby, among others. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 545 pages

Title: Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCXCIII publicata.

Author Name: Mencke, Otto; Leibniz, Gottfried; Johann Friedrich; Bernoulli; et al

Categories: Language -- Latin, History of Science, Mathematics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Leipzig, Georg, Johann: 1693

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 8569

Keywords: Bernoulli Leibniz Calculus Geometry,