Archimedes in the Middle Ages, Vol. 4: A supplement on the by Marshall Clagett

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2), 57 line 5, 59 line 8, 78 n. 3), 237, 244 n. 6, 316 n. 11 (indexed sparingly) fastigium: 263 n. , 270 line 45, 273 line 5, 274 line 5, 278 line 54, 288 line 61, 331 n. 23 bis, 397, 450; ____ cul­ men: 269 line 27 ferreus: 130 line 9 (C. , 191 lines 12 and 26, 215 line 7, 217 line 78, 331 n. 23, 377, 380, 454; see lamina, linea ferrea and linea ferrea recta ferrum: 134 line 14, 135 line 58, 162, 331 n. ·,___ scindens: 135 line 41, 162 figo: 4 n. 5, 14, 96 n. 43, 162, 269 line 27, 362, 381 figura ( = proposition): 12 n.

71n bis, 78-79 n. , 80 n. , 88-89 n. , 331 n. 23; cf. aequidistans equidistanter: 41, 57 lines 16-17 and 31, 78-79 n. , 80 n. 9), 137 line 15, 139 lines 63 and 76, 162; cf. aequidistanter 531 532 ARCHIMEDES IN THE MIDDLE AGES equidisto: In bis, 8 n. , 71n bis, 79n, 80 n. 26 bis, 84, 117 line 22, 133 line 87; cf. aequidisto equo: 104n, 224 line 26 (Passage 1), 226 line 4; cf. aequo equus: 70 n. 13, 84, 88n, 226 line 5, 227 line 2 (Passage 6); cf. aequus erectus: 4 η. 5, 12 η. 31, 79η, 261 η. 10) erigo: 4 n.

6, 269 line 31, 331 n. 23; see conus amblygonius, sectio amblygonia ampligonia: 71n; see piramis ampligonia, pyramis ampligonia, sectio ampligonia analysis: 320n angulariter: 82 n. 30 angulosus: 332 n. 29 angulus: 13 n. , 29 n. 49, 30 n. , 68 n. , 70 n. , 127 lines 11 and 23 bis, 185 line 8 (C. , 263 n. 19, 265 ns. 22-23, 272 lines 9 -1 0 (El. Ill), 275 line 10 (El. , 287 lines 18-20 (El. XXI) , 288 line 47, 289 lines 10 (El. , 314 n. 11, 316 n. 11 bis, 317-18 n. , 320-21 n. , 334 n. 34 bis, 346 n.

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