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Many approximate solutions of the problem of constructing a true sea-chart or Mercator's projection were worked out in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It was not until after the middle of the latter century that it became widely known that the solution was very closely related to...
Perspectiva, which was printed three times in the sixteenth century, profoundly influenced the science of dioptrics until the Age of Newton. Above all, the optical authors were interested in the so-called “Vitellian tables”, which Witelo must have copied from the nearly forgotten...
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