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0000 0001 1023 7632
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Toomer, G.
Toomer, G. J.
Toomer, Gerald
Toomer, Gerald J.
Toomer, Gerald James
Toomer, Gerald John
Dates: 
1931-
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Apollonius Pergaeus
Apollonius, Pergaeus 3e E. voor Chr
Benjamin, Francis Seymour
Campano da Novara, m (1296)
Diocles Mathematicus
Gingerich, Owen (1930- ))
Ptolemaeus, Claudius
Ptolémée, Claude (0100?-0170?)
Ptolemy, active 2nd century
Titles: 
Almagest
Almageste
Campanus of Novara and medieval planetary theory: Theorica planetarum
Conics, books 5 to 7
Conics books V to VII ; the Arabic translation of the lost Greek orginal in the version of the Banū Mūsā ; in two volumes
Conics, books V to VII : the Arabic translation of the lost Greek original in the version of the Banū Mūsā
Conics : books V to VII ; the arabic translation of the lost Greek original of the version of the Banū Mūsā ; in two volumes.
Conics, books V to VIII, 1990:
Diocles on burning mirrors : the Arabic translation of the lost Greek original
Eastern wisedome and learning : the study of Arabic in seventeenth century England
Edward Pococke's arabic translation of Grotius, "De veritate"
Fī al-marāyā al-muḥriqa
John Selden - a life in scholarship
John Selden, the Levant and the Netherlands in the history of scholarship
Kōniká
mathematical intelligencer
Megalī Sýntaxis
On burning mirrors the arabic transl. of the lost greek original
On burning mirrors : the Arabic Transl. on the lost Greek original. Ed. with English transl. and commentary
On burning mirrors : the Arabic translation of the lost Greek original
Peri pyreiōn.
Ptolemy. Ptolemy's Almagest, 1984, c1983:
Ptolemy's Almagest : transl. and annot. by G.J. Toomer.
Ptolemy's Almagest ; with a forew. by Owen Gingerich.
Sidelight on Grotius in Paris, A
Sources in the history of mathematics and physical sciences
Theorica planetarum [lat. u. engl.] Campanus of Novara and Medieval planotary theory.
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