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1. References For Campanus JE Murdoch, The medieval Euclid Salient aspects of the translations of the 'Elements'by Adelard of Bath and campanus of novara, in 1970 Actes XIIe Congrès http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/References/Campanus.html  

2. Jordanus De Nemore Jordanus de Nemore Jordanus de Nemore, along with Leonardo Fibonacci, was the dominant mathematician of the first half of the 13th century. Sometimes attributed to campanus of novara. "Preexercitamina". Known only from a reference in another of Jordanus http://www.astro.unibonn.de/~pbrosche/persons/bio_jordanus.html  

3. Do Lado Direito 11. Athelhard of Bath Around 1120 A.D. This Englishman traveled to Spain and translated many works, including The Elements from Arabic into Latin. Johannes campanus of novara (late 13th Century) Chaplain to Pope Urban IV (who was Pope from 12611281). http://www.educ.fc.ul.pt/icm/icm2000/icm33/pormnum3.htm  

4. Campanus campanus of novara. Born 1220 in Novara, Italy Died1296 in Viterbo, Italy. Show birthplace location. http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Campanus.html  

5. Campanus Biography of Johannes Campanus (12201296) campanus of novara. Born 1220 in Novara, Italy. Died 1296 in Viterbo, Italy http://wwwhistory.mcs.stand.ac.uk/history/Mathematicians/Campanus.html  

6. MSN Learning & Research  Search Results  Novara in this Piedmont city, or review the forecast for the upcoming week. campanus of novara Biography of a Mathematician http://encarta.msn.com/teleport/fromTools/find.asp?brand=elibrary&q1=Novara 
7. Museo Della Specola, Bologna  Storia Cap. 6 There then follows Euclids geometry, with the comment written in the XIIIth centuryby Johannes campanus of novara (XII cen.), which was read in the first http://www.bo.astro.it/dip/Museum/english/sto1_06.html  

8. Museo Della Specola, Bologna  Storia Cap. 6 Translate this page FS Jr. Benjamin and GJ Toomer (a cura di) 1971, campanus of novara andMedieval Planetary Theory Theorica planetarum. Milwaukee and London. http://www.bo.astro.it/dip/Museum/italiano/sto1_06.html  

9. Biographycenter  Letter C doctor.cfm/2170.html; campanus of novara, wwwhistory.mcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Campanus.html;Campbell, Donald L. www http://www.biographycenter.com/c.html  

10. EUCLID, Geometricorum Elementorum Libri XV... This edition is the first to reproduce the competing editions of Euclid's two earlyeditors, campanus of novara (who had produced the 1482 edition from the http://www.polybiblio.com/watbooks/1894.html  

11. History Of Mathematics: Europe 11701240); Alexandre de Villedieu (c. 1225); John of Halifax (Sacrobosco)(c. 12001256); campanus of novara (c. 12051296); Girard of http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/europe.html  

12. History Of Mathematics: Chronology Of Mathematicians A list of all of the important mathematicians working in a given century.Category Science Math Mathematicians Directories...... campanus of novara (c. 12051296) *SB; Peter of Spain (12101277);Jordanus de Nemore (fl. 12201260) *SB *MT; John of Palermo (fl. http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/chronology.html  

13. Rare Books quire guards. Translated by Adelhardus Bathoniensis (c.11101142).Edited by campanus of novara (d.1296). FIRST EDITION, SECOND http://www.simsreed.com/books/rarebooks/details/1.htm  

14. Brooklyn Public Library /All Locations Author, Campanus, of Novara. Title, campanus of novara and medieval planetarytheory. Theorica planetarum. Edited with an introd., English http://catalog.brooklynpubliclibrary.org:90/kids/10,938/search/dPlanets./dplanet  

15. MedievL: Re: Trivia  A Medieval Y2Kbug? If my assumption is correct, How did campanus of novara and his colleagues justify the calculations of their invention? It http://www.ku.edu/~medieval/melcher/matthias/t128/0036.html  

16. MedievL: Re: Trivia  A Medieval Y2Kbug? time? If my assumption is correct, How did campanus of novara and his colleagues justify the calculations of their invention? It http://www.ku.edu/~medieval/melcher/matthias/t128/0016.html  

17. The Pythagopod By Christopher Glass For The Nexus Network Journal Vol.4 No.1 (Wi Ghyka states that the idea for linking them proportionally was mentioned bycampanus of novara 3 and developed by Johannes Kepler, who believed the http://www.nexusjournal.com/Glass.html  

18. îÏ×ÁÑ áÓÔÒÏÌÏÇÉÞÅÓËÁÑ üÎÃÉËÌÏÐÅÄÉÑ campanus of novara and Medieval Planetary Theory. Theorica planetarum./ Introduction,english translation and commentary by FS.Benjamin, Jr. and GJ.Toomer. http://encyclopedia.astrologer.ru/literatura.html 
19. History Of Astronomy: Persons (C) Short biography (Encycl. Brit.). campanus of novara Campano, Giovanni(12201296) Short biography and references (MacTutor Hist. http://www.astro.unibonn.de/~pbrosche/persons/pers_c.html  

20. Euclid's Geometry: Athelhard Of Bath Johannes campanus of novara (late 13th Century) Chaplain to PopeUrban IV (who was Pope from 12611281). Probably also used an http://mathforum.org/geometry/wwweuclid/athel.htm  

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