4 Online Sources

 

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4.1 The First Edition of the Treatise of Baldi

1Bernardino Baldi 1621 

4.2 Ancient and Renaissance Sources Concerning Mechanics Used by Baldi

1Niccolò Leonico Tomeo 1525 (see Thomaeus 1525) 

2Niccolò Tartaglia 1546 

3Federico Commandino 1565 

4Alessandro Piccolomini 1547 (1565 edition) 

5Jordanus Nemorarius 1565 (see Tartaglia 1565) 

6Federico Commandino 1575 (see Heron 1575) 

7Guidobaldo del Monte 1577 

8Guidobaldo del Monte 1581 

9Guidobaldo del Monte 1588 

10Pappus of Alexandria 1588 (1660 edition) 

4.3 Other Works and Translations by Baldi

1Bernardino Baldi 1589 (see Heron 1589) 

2Bernardino Baldi 1612a 

3Bernardino Baldi 1616 (bound together with Heron 1583) 

4.4 Other Renaissance Sources

1Vitruvius 1567 

2Cardano 1570 

3Guidobaldo del Monte 1615 

 

Bernardino Baldi’s In mechanica Aristotelis problemata exercitationes

Table of Contents

Part 1: On this Book

1 The Author

2 The Context

3 The Book

4 Online Sources

Bibliography

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