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Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientists : The Greek Tradition and Its Many Heirs,9780415692632
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Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientists : The Greek Tradition and Its Many Heirs

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1st
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9780415692632

ISBN10:
0415692636
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Pub. Date:
10/12/2011
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Routledge
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The Encyclopedia of Ancient Natural Scientistsis the first comprehensive English language work to provide a survey of all ancient natural science, from its beginnings through the end of Late Antiquity. A team of over 100 of the world "s experts in the field have compiled this Encyclopedia, including entries which are not mentioned in any other reference work “ resulting in a unique and hugely ambitious resource which will prove indispensable for anyone seeking the details of the history of ancient science. Additional features include a Glossary, Gazetteer,and Time-Line. The Glossary explains many Greek (or Latin) terms difficult to translate, whilst the Gazetteer describes the many locales from which scientists came. The Time-Line shows the rapid rise in the practice of science in the 5thcentury BCE and rapid decline after Hadrian, due to the centralization of Roman power, with consequent loss of a context within which science could flourish.


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