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Agricola, Georg. Georgii Agricolae Medici Libri Quinque de Mensuris & Ponderibus, in Quibus Plearaque a Bvdaeo & Portio Parum Animaduersa Diligentor Excutiuntur: Opus Nunc Primum in Lucom Aeditum. Parisiis: Excudebat Christianus Wechelus, 1533.

Alciati, Andrea. Andreae Alciati Libellus de ponderibus et mensuris. Haganoe: Secer, 1530.

Archives historiques du Département de la Gironde. Tome vingt-quatrième. Bordeaux: Aubry; Gounouilhou, 1884.

Bernard, Edward. De mensuris et ponderibus antiquis: Libri tres; Editio altera, purior & duplo locupletior. Oxoniae: E theatro Seldonio, 1688.

Bion, M., and Edmund Stone. The Construction and Principal Uses of Mathematical Instruments: Translated from the French of M. Bion [...] To Which Are Added, The Construction and Uses of Such Instruments as Are Omitted by M. Bion; Particularly of Those Invented or Improved by the English. By Edmund Stone. The Whole Illustrated with Twenty-Six Folio Copper-Plates, Containing the Figures, &c., of the Several Instruments. London: Printed by H.W. for John Senex, 1723.

Böckh, August. Metrologische Untersuchungen über Gewichte, Münzfüsse und Masse des Alterthums in ihrem Zusammenhange. Berlin: Veit, 1838.

Bodin, Jean. Le Theatre De La Natvre Vniuerselle De Iean Bodin Ivrisc: Auquel on peut contempler les causes efficientes & finales de toutes choses, des quelles l’ordre est continué par questions & responces en cinq livres. Oeuure non moins plaisant que profitable à ceux qui voudront rendre raison de toutes questions proposées en Philosophie. Translated by François de Fougerolles. Lyon: Iean Pillehotte, 1597.

———. Les six livres de la Republique. A Paris: Chez Iacques du Puys, 1576.

———. Vniuersae naturae theatrum: In quo rervm omnivm effectrices causae, & fines contemplantur, & continuae series quinque libris discuntiuntur. Lugduni: I. Rovssin, 1596.

Bodin, Jean, and Jehan Cherruyt Malestroict. Les paradoxes du seigneur de Malestroit, conseiller du roy & maistre ordinaire de ses co[m]ptes, sur le faict des monnoyes presentez à Sa Maiesté au mois de mars, M.D. LXVI: auec la response de Iean Bodin audicts Paradoxes. A Paris: Chez Martin Le Ieune, 1578.

Brechtel, Franz Joachim. Büchsenmeisterey. Das ist: Kurtze doch eigentliche erklerung deren ding, so einem Büchsenmeister fürnemlich zu wissen von nöten. Als: der rechte Gebrauch des grossen Geschützes [...]. Nürmberg: Gerlach, 1591.

Brerewood, Edward. De ponderibvs, et pretiis vetervm nvmmorvm, eorumq; cum recentioribus collatione, liber unvs. Authore Edovardo Brerewood: nuper in Collegio Gressamensi Londini, Astronomia Professore. Londini: Ioannem Billium, 1614. 

Budé, Guillaume. De Asse et partibus eius: Libri quinq[ue] Gulielmi Budei Parisiensis Secretarij Regij. Parisiis: Ascensius, 1514.

Budé, Guillaume, and Giovan Bernardo Gualandi. Trattato delle monete e valvta loro, Ridotte dal costume antico, all’vso moderno. Fiorenza: I Giunti, 1562.

Bünting, Heinrich, and Richard Brathwaite. Itinerarium Totius Sacrae Scripturæ: A Description of the Land of Canaan; With Other Provinces, Tovvns & Places Mentioned in the Old & New Testaments. Wherein, the City of Jerusalem Is Described, as It Stood in Our Saviours Time, How It Was Destroyed, and as It Is at This Present. With a Treatise of Weights, Moneyes & Measures Spoken of in the Scriptures, Reduced to the English Quantity, Valuation and Weight. Also, a Narration of the Lives and Actions of All the Holy Patriarchs, Prophets, Judges, Kings, Our Saviour and His Apostles, and a Chronology of Their Times. London: Printed by S.I. and are to be sold by Abel Roper, 1652. 

Candale, François de Foix, and Euclid. Elementa geometrica, libris XV. ad germanam geometriae int[el]ligentiam è diuersis lapsibus temporis iniuria contractis restituta, adimpletis preter maiorum spem, quae hactanus deerant, solidorum regularium conferentiis ac inscriptionibus. His accessit decimus sextus liber, de solidorum regularium sibi inuicem inscriptorum collationibus, tum etiam coeptum opusculum de compositis regularibus solidis planè peragendum. Parisiis: Apus I. Royerium typographum regium, & I. du Puys, 1566.

Caporali, Giovanni Battista, and Vitruvius Pollio. Archittetvra: Con il svo commento et figure: Vetrvvio in volgar lingva raportato per M Gianbatista Caporali di Perugia. Perugia: Bigazzini, 1536.

Capra, Baldassarre. Vsvs et fabrica circini cvjvsdam proportionis, Per quem omnia ferè tum Euclidis, tu Mathematicorum omnium problemata facili negotio resoluuntur. Padua: P.P. Tozzi “typ. L. Pasquati,” 1607.

Ceneau, Robert. De liquidorum leguminumque mensuris: Ex variis Sacrae Scripturae, & authorum veterum, ac recentiorum locis congestae observatiunculae. Parisiis: (Stephanus), 1532.

Cesariano, Cesare. De Architectura: Di Lucio Vitruvio Pollione de Architectura libri decem traducti de latino in vulgare affigurati, commentati & con mirando ordine insigniti. Como: Da Ponte, 1521.

Clark, Samuel. The Holy Bible, Containing The Old Testament and the New: With Annotations and Parallel Scriptures. To Which Is Annex’d The Harmony of the Gospels: As Also, the Reduction of the Jewish Weights, Coins and Measures, to Our English Standards. And a Table of the Promises in Scripture. London,: Printed by J. Rawlins for Richard Chiswell and Jonathan Robinson [...] and Brabazon Aylmer, 1690.

Claveus, Gasto, and Thomas Erastum. Apologia Chrysopoeiæ et Argyropoeiæ Aduersus Thomam Erastum [...]: De Triplici Avri et Argenti Præparatione. C. Sutorius: Vrsellis, 1602.

Coignet, Michiel. Cent questions ingenieuses et recreatives, pour delecter & aguiser l’entendement, de feu V. Menher Allemand. Souldées & amplifiées par les raisons Geometriques requises à icelles par Michiel Coignet. Anvers: chéz Jean Waesberghe, 1573.

Coignet, Michiel, Fabrizio Mordente, and P. G. S. La Geometrie Reduite En Vne Facile et Briefue Pratique, Par Deux Excellens Instrumens, Dont l’vn Est Le Pantometre Ou Compas de Proportion de Michel Connette [...] l’autre Est l’Vsage Du Compas à Huict Poinctes, Inuenté Par Fabrice Mordente [...] Et Composé En Italien [with the Title “Della Forma e Parti Del Compasso Di Fabritio Mordente Salernitano”] Par Michel Connette [...] Traduits En François Par P.G.S. Mathematicien. [With Plates.]. Charles Hulpeau: Paris, 1626.

Cumberland, Richard. An Essay Towards the Recovery of the Jewish Measures & Weights, Comprehending Their Monies: By Help of Ancient Standards, Compared with Ours of England. Useful Also to State Many of Those of the Greeks and Romans, and the Eastern Nations. London: Printed by Richard Chiswell. Printer to the Royal society, 1686.

Cusanus, Nicholas, and Sebastian Hericpetri. D. Nicolai de Cusa Cardinalis, vtriusque Iuris Doctoris, in omniqúe Philosophia incomparabilis viri: Opera. In quibus Theologiae mysteria plurima, sine spiritu Dei inaccessa, iam aliquot seculis uelata & neglecta reuelantur. Praeterea nullus locorum communium Theologiam non tractatur. Item; In Philosophia praesertim in Mathematicis, difficultates multae, quas ante hunc autorem (ceu humanae mentis captum excedentes) nemo prorsus aggredi fuit ausus, explicantur & demonstrantur. Postremo; Ex utroq Iure de maximis Ciuilibus & Ecclesiasticis rebus consilia & responsa dantur: Et inextricabiles causae deciduntur. Basileae: Ex officina Henricpetrina., 1565.

Digges, Thomas. A Geometrical Practical Treatize Named Pantometria, Divided into Three Bookes, Longimetra, Planimetra, and Stereometria, Containing Rules Manifole for Mensuration of All Lines, Superficies and Solides: With Sundrie Strange Conclusions Both by Instrument and without, and Also by Glasses to Set Forth the True Description or Exact Platte of an Whole Region [...]. London: Printed by Abell Jeffes, 1591.

———. An Arithmetical VVarlike Treatise Named Stratioticos: Compendiously Teaching the Science of Nombers as Well in Fractions as Integers, and so Much of the Rules and Aequations Algebraicall, and Art of Nombers Coßicall, as Are Requisite for the Profession of a Souldier. Together with the Moderne Militare Discipline, Offices, Lawes and Orders in Euery Well Gouerned Campe and Armie Inuiolably to Be Bbserued. At London: imprinted by Richard Field, 1590.

Durantino, Francesco L. M. L. Vitruvio Pollione De architectura traducto di latino in vulgare dal vero exemplare con le figure a li soi loci con mirado ordine insignito; có la sua fabula alphabetica; per la quale potrai facilmente trovare la moltitudine de li vocabuli a li soi loci con summa diligentia expositi, enuccleati, mai piu da niuno altro fin al presente facto, ad immensa utilitate di ciascuno studioso. Venezia, 1524.

Ercker, Lazarus. Aula Subterranea Domina Dominantium Subdita Subditorum. Das ist: Untererdische Hofhaltung/ Ohne welche weder die Herren regieren/ noch die Unterthanen gehorchen können Oder Gründliche Beschreibung derjenigen Sachen/ so in der Tieffe der Erden wachsen/ als aller Ertzen der Königlichen und gemeinen Metallen/ auch fürnehmster Mineralien [...]  da dann fürnemlich hierinn gelehret wird/ wie sothanige Ertz- und Bergwercksarten [...] auf alle Metalla probirt/ und im kleinen Feuer versucht werden/ nebst Erklärung einiger fürnehmer nützlichen Schmeltzwerck im grossen Feuer [...]. Franckfurt: Johann David Zunner, 1673.

———. Beschreibung: Allerfürnemisten Mineralischen Ertzt, vnnd Berckwercksarten, wie dieselbige unnd eine jede in Sonderheit, irer natur und eigenschafft nach auff alle Metaln probirt und in kleinem fewer sollen versucht werden, mit erklerung etlicher fürnehmen nützlichen Schmelzwerckem im grossen fewer, auch Schaidung Goldt, Silber, unnd andere Metalln [...]. Prag: G. Schwartz, 1574.

Ercker, Lazarus, and John Pettus. Fleta Minor. The Laws of Art and Nature, in Knowing, Judging, Assaying, Fining, Refining and Inlarging the Bodies of Confin’d Metals. In Two Parts: The First Contains Assays of Lazarus Erckern, [...] in V. Books: Orinally Written by Him in the Teutonick Language and Now Translated into English. The Second Contains Essays on Metallick Words, as a Dictionary to Many Pleasing Discourses. By Sir John Pettus of Suffolk [...] Illustrated with 44 Sculptures. London: Thomas Dawks, 1683.

Euclid, and François de Foix Candale. Euclidis Megarensis Mathematici Clarissimi Elementa, Libris xv. Ad Germanam Geometriæ intelligentiam è diuersis lapsibus temporis iniuria contractis restituta, Adimpletis præter maiorum spem, quæ hactenus deerant, solidorum regularium conferentiis ac inscriptionibus. Accessit decimussextus liber, de solidorum regularium sibi inuicem inscriptorum collationibus [...]. Lutetiæ: Apud Iacobum du Puys., 1578.

Faulhaber, Johann. Newe geometrische und perspectivische Inventiones etlicher sonderbahrer Instrument, die zum perspectivischen Grundreissen der Pasteyen unnd Vestungen wie auch zum Planimetrischen Grundlegen der Stätt, Feldläger und Landtschafften, deßgleichen zur Büchsenmeisterey sehr nützlich unnd gebrauchsam seynd. Franckfurt am Mayn: Humm, 1610.

Folkes, Martin. Tables of English Silver and Gold Coins: First Published by Martin Folkes, and Now Re-Printed, with Plates and Explanations. London: Society of Antiquaries, 1763.

Fronsberger, Leonhardt. Kriegßbuch. Franckfurt: Feyrabend, 1596.

———. Kriegßbuch, Ander Theyl: Von Wagenburgk vmb die Veldleger, Wie man die schliessen, sich darein verschantzen, wider auffbrechen, vnnd ein Statt oder Festung mit vortheyl Belaegern, Vmbschantzen vnd Vndergraben soll: [...] Jtem von allerley Geschütz vnd Feuwerwerck, nach Geometrischer art zugebrauchen: [...] Alles mit schoenen Figuren gezieret vnd an Tag geben, Durch Leonhardt Fronsperger. Franckfurt am Mayn, 1573.

Galilei, Galileo. La operazione del compasso geometrico e militare. In Padova: Per Paolo Frambotto, 1640.

———. Le operazioni del compasso geometrico et militare. Padoua: In casa dell’autore, per Pietro Marinelli, 1606.

Galilei, Galileo, and Matthias Bernegger. D. Galilaei De Galilaeis [...] De Proportionum Instrumento A Se Invento, quod merito Compendium dixeris universae Geometriae, Tractatus, Rogatu philomathematicorum A Mathia Berneggero Ex Italica In Latinam linguam nunc primum translatus: adiectis etiam notis illustratus, quibus & artificiosa Instrumenti fabrica, & usus ulterior exponitur. Argentorati: Carolus, 1612.

———. Le operazioni del compasso geometrico e militare [...] Con le annotazioni di Mattia Bernaggieri. Milano: Nelle Stampe di Francesco Agnelli, 1741.

Goldmann, Nicolaus. Tractatus de usu proportionatorii sive circini proportionalis cum tabulis constructionum et usu lineae munitionum vulgo fortificatoriae pro delineandis figuris regularibus et irregularibus, nec non operibus campestrious et externis. Cum figuris aeneis. [...] Eine Ahnleitung vom Gebrauch des Ebenpassers, etc. Lat. and Ger. Lugduni Batavorum, 1656.

Greaves, John. “Miscellaneous Tracts, Letters, Poems, & c.: Divers of Which Were Never before Printed.” In Miscellaneous Works of Mr. John Greaves, Professor of Astronomy in the University of Oxford: Many of Which Are Now First Published, 2:359–800. London: Thomas Birch, 1737.

Hesteau, Clovis. Traittez de l’harmonie et constitution generalle du vray sel, secret des philosophes, & de l’esprit universelle de monde, suivant le troisiesme principe du cosmopolite. Paris: Jeremie Perier et Abdias Buisard, 1621.

Heurne, Johan van. Praxis medicinae nova ratio: Qua, Libris tribus Methodi ad Praxin Medicam, aditus facillimus aperitur ad omnes morbos curandos. Lugduni Batavorum: Ex officina Plantaniana, apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1590.

Hood, Thomas. The Making and vse of the Geometricall Instrument, Called a Sector. Whereby Many Necessarie Geometricall Conclusions Concerning the Proportionall Description, and Diuision of Lines, and Figures, the Drawing of a Plot of Ground, the Translating of It from One Quantitie to Another, and the Casting of It vp Geometrically, the Measuring of Heights, Lengths and Breadths May Be Mechanically Perfomed with Great Expedition, Ease, and Elight to All Those, Which Commonly Follow the Practise of the Mathematicall Arts, Either in Suruaying of Land, or Otherwise. London: Iohn Windet, 1598. 

Hulsius, Levinus. Dritter Tractat der mechanischen Instrumenten: Beschreibung und Unterricht deß Jobst Burgi Proportional Circkels, dadurch mit donderlichem vorthail ein jegliche Rechte oder Circkel lini, alle fläche, Landcarte, augenscheinen, Vestungen, Gebew, ein Kugel mit den fünff regularibus, auch alle irregularia corpora, &c. bequemlich können zerthailt, zerschnitten, verwandelt, vergrössert und verjüngert werden. Franckfurt am Main: Selbstverl., 1604.

———. Erster Tractat: Der Mechanischen Instrumenten; Gründtlicher, Augenscheinlicher Bericht deß newen Geometrischemn Gruntreissenden Instruments, Planimetra genandt [...]. Vol. 1. Franckfurt: Autor, 1604.

———. Tractatus Secundus: Instrvmentorvm Mechanicorvm Levini Hvlsii. Qvo Dilvcide Exponitvr Vsvs Bacvli, Ac noui Quadrantis Tormentarii, quorum hoc Tormenta bellica, tam noctu quam interdiu diriguntur; [...]. Francofvrti ad Moennvm: impensis Autoris, 1605. 

Kepler, Johannes. Astronomi Opera Omnia. Edited by Christian Frisch. Vol. 5. Frankofurti; Erlangae: Heyder & Zimmer, 1864.

———. Außzug auß der Vralten MesseKunst Archimedis: Vnd deroselben newlich in Latein außgangener Ergentzung, betreffend Rechnung der Cörperlichen Figuren, holen Gefessen vnd Weinfässer, sonderlich deß Oesterreichischen, so vnder allen anderen den artigisten Schick hat. Erklärung vnnd bestättigung der Oesterreichischen Weinvisier-Ruthen, vnd deroselben sonderbaren gantz leichten vnd behenden Gebrauchs an den Landfässern: Erweitterung dessen auff die außländische, so auch auff das Geschütz vnnd Kugeln. Sampt einem sehr nutzlichen Anhang; Von vergleichung deß Landtgebräuchigen Gewichts, Elen, Klaffter, Schuch, Wein- vnd TraidMaaß, vnder einander vnd mit andern außländischen, auch AltRömischen [...]. Linz: Vom Authore verlegt, 1616.

———. Gesammelte Werke. Band IX. Edited by Franz Hammer. München: C. H. Beck, 1960.

Le Doux (DuClo), Gaston. Apologia argyropoeiæ et chrysopoiæ. Adversus Thomam Erastum medicinæ in schola Heydelbergensi professorem. Ad illustrissimum Principem Ludovicum Gonzagam Nivernensium & Rethelensium ducem. Authore Gastone Claveo subpræside particulari Nivernensi. Nivernis: Ex officina Petri Roussin Typographi D. Ducis Nivernensis & Rethelensis. M.D. XC., 1590.

Lupicini, Antonio. Discorso sopra la fabrica e vso delle nuoue Verghe Astronomiche. In Fiorenza: Appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1582.

Malestroict, Jehan Cherruyt, and Jean Bodin. Les paradoxes dv Seignevr de Malestroict, conseiller du Roy & Maistre ordinaire de ses comptes, sur le faict des Monnoyes, presentez à sa Maiesté, au mois de Mars, M.D. LXVI. Auec la response de M. Iean Bodin audicts paradoxes. A Paris: Chez Martin Le Ieune, 1568.

———. Les paradoxes dv Seignevr de Malestroict, conseiller du Roy & Maistre ordinaire de ses coptes, sur le faict des Monnoyes, presentez à sa Maiesté, au mois de Mars, M.D. LXVI. Auec la response de Iean Bodin audicts Paradoxes. A Paris: Chez Martin Le Ieune, 1578.

Mariana, Juan de. “A Treatise on the Alteration of Money.” Translated by Patrick. T Brannan. Journal of Markets & Morality 5, no. 2 (2002): 523–93.

———. De ponderibvs et mensuris. Toledo: Thomas Gusmanius, 1599.

Martin, Jean. Architecture ou Art de bien bastir, de Marc Vitruve Pollion Autheur romain antique mis de latin en francoys, par Jan Martin secretaire de Monseigneur le Cardinal de Lenoncourt. A Paris. Avec privilege du Roy. On les vend chez Jacques Gazeau, en la rue sainct Jacques a l’escu de Colongne. M.D.XLVII, 1547.

Menochio, Giovanni Stefano. R. P. Joan. Stephani Menochii Doctoris Theologi e Societate Jesu: Commentarii totius S. scripturae; Ex optimis quibusque authoribus collecti; Editio novissima: Huic diligenter recognitae accessit Supplementum, quo continetur quidquid ad plenam sacrae Scripturae intelligentiam facilè parandam desiderabatur. Vol. 2. Luteciae Parisiorum: Apud viduam Joannis Boudot ..., 1719.

Mersenne, Marin. “Bernard Frencile de Bessy, à Douvres, à Mersenne, à Paris. 7 juin 1634.” In Correspondance du P. Marin Mersenne, religieux minime. IV 1624, edited by Cornélis de Waard, 4:168–73. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1955.

———. “Questions harmoniques.” In Correspondance du P. Marin Mersenne, religieux minime. IV 1624, edited by Cornélis de Waard, 4:67–68. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1955.

Millan, John. “Coins, Weights and Measures: Ancient & Modern, of All Nations: Reduced into English on above 1OO Tables: Collected & Methodiz’d from Newton, Folkes, Arbuthnot, Fleetwood &C. Also a Large Collection of Specific Gravities, By Newton, Labelye &C. With Many New Tables,” 1747. 

Mordente, Gasparo. Il compasso del signor Fabritio Mordente. Con altri istromenti mathematici ritrovati da Gasparo svo fratello. In Anversa: Appresso Christofano Plantino stampatore regio, 1584.

Napier, John. Rabdologiae seu numerationis per virgulas libri duo: Cum appendice de expeditissimo multiplicationis promptuario. Quibus accessit & arithmeticae localis liber unus. Edinburgh: Andreas Hart, 1617.

Neander, Michael. Synopsis mensvrarvm et pondervm, ponderationisque mensurabilium secundum Romanos, Athenienses [...]. Basileae, 1554.

Orsini, Latino, and Ignazio Danti. Trattato del radio latino, istrvmento givstissimo & facile piu d’ogn’ altro per prendere qual si voglia misura, & positione di luogo, tanto in cielo, come in terra. Il qvale oltre alle operationi proprie sue fa anco tutte quelle della gran regola di C. Tolomeo, & dell’ antico radio astronomico. In Roma: Appresso Vincentio Accolti, 1583.

Petit, Pierre. L’vsage ov le moyen de pratiqver par vne regle tovtes les operations du Compas de Proportion. Auec vne ample construction de l’vn & de l’autre augmentee des tables de la pesanteur & grandeur des metaux & plusiers autres corps. Et de la reduction de toutes les mesures & de tous les poids d’Europe, d’Afrique & d’Asie, à la mesure & au poids de Paris [...]. A Paris: Chez Melchior Mondiere ..., 1634.

Plattes, Gabriel. A Discovery of Subterranean Treasures: (Viz.) Of All Manner of Mines and Minerals, from the Gold to the Coal; with Plain Directions and Rules for the Finding of Them in All Kingdoms and Countries. And Also: The Art of Melting, Refining, and Assaying of Them Is Plainly Declared, so That Every Ordinary Man, That Is Indifferently Capacious [...]. London: Peter Parker at the Leg and Star, 1679.

Portis, Leonardo de. Leonardi Portii Iurisconsulti Vicentini: De Sestertio, Talentis, Pecunijs, Ponderibus, Me[n]suris, Stipendijs militaribus antiquis, ac prouinciaru[m], regum, populi Romani, Caesaru[m]que redditibus, libri duo: In quibus co[m]plura loca scriptoru[m] clariss. Plinij, Columellae, Celsi, Livij, Iuuenalis, tum acri iudicio, tum exquisitiori doctrina castigantur, aperiuntur, illustrantur. Praeterea additus est index rerum & uerboru[m], quae hoc in opere digniora scitu uisa sunt. Basel: Froben, 1520.

Prado, Jerónimo de, and Juan Bautista Villalpando. In Ezechielem explanationes et Apparatus Vrbis, ac Templi Hierosolymitani: Commentariis et imaginibus illustratus. Opus tribus tomis distinctum. Vol. 1. Romae: Ex typographia Aloysij Zanetti. Apud S. Marcum, 1596.

———. In Ezechielem explanationes et Apparatus Vrbis, ac Templi Hierosolymitani: Commentariis et imaginibus illustratus. Opus tribus tomis distinctum. Vol. 3. Romae: Ex typographia Aloysij Zanetti. Apud S. Marcum, 1604.

Prado, Jerónimo de, and Juan Bautista Villapando. In Ezechielem explanationes et Apparatus Vrbis, ac Templi Hierosolymitani: Commentariis et imaginibus illustratus. Opus tribus tomis distinctum. Vol. 2. Romae: Ex typographia Aloysij Zanetti. Apud S. Marcum, 1604.

Recueil de lettres, de quittances et autres pièces en original ou copie sur Dax. (1483-1701), 1401. http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b90621584.

Romano, Bartolomeo, Antonio Pace, and Giovanni Giacomo Carlino. Proteo militare di Bartolomeo Romano. Diuiso in tre libri. Nel primo si descrive la fabrica di detto proteo, & in esso nuovo istrumento, tutti gli altri istrumenti, di matematica che imaginar si possano. Nel secondo, e terzo si tratta dell’vso di detto istrumento, nelquale si formano tutte le figure di geometria, e diuersi istrumenti di prospettiua, pittura, scoltura, & architettura. S’insegna ancora l’arte del navigare, e quella del guerreggiare con nuouo, e facilissimo modo, come più distintamente nella tauola si potra redere. In Napoli: Appresso Gio. Iacomo Carlino, & Antonio Pace, 1595.

Ryff, Walther Hermann. Bawkunst, oder Architectur aller fürnemsten, nothwendigsten, angehörigen Mathematischen und mechanischen Künsten, eygentlicher Bericht und verständtliche Underrichtung, zu rechtem Verstandt der Lehr Vitruvii, in Drey fürnemme Bücher abgetheilet. Basel: Seb. Henricpetri, 1582.

———. Der furnembsten, notwendigsten, der gantzen Architectur angehörigen Mathematischen und Mechanischen künst, eygentlicher bericht und vast klare verstendliche unterrichtung, zu rechtem verstandt der lehr Vitruvii, in drey furneme Bücher abgetheilet. Nürnberg: Petreius, 1547.

———. Vitruvius Teutsch: Nemlichen des aller namhafftigisten vn[d] hocherfarnesten, Römischen Architecti, und Kunstreichen Werck oder Bawmeisters, Marci Vitruuij Pollionis, Zehen Bücher von der Architectur vnd künstlichem Bawen ; Ein Schlüssel vnd einleytung aller Mathematische[n] vn[d]̄ Mechanischen künst [...]. Nürnberg: Petreius, 1548.

Santbech, Daniele. Problematvm Astronomicorvm et Geometricorvm sectiones septem in qvibvs evedentissimis demonstrationibus explicatur [...], quae in coelesti regione mundi quocumq[ue] tempore conspiciuntur [...]. Basileae: Per Henrichvm Petri, et Petrvm Pernam, 1561.

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