A Cultural History of Mathematics in Antiquity

Michael Fried (Editor)

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Abstract

Numeracy has shaped human history as much as literacy: mathematics has enabled us to measure the cosmos, control the Earth, and create all technological change. A Cultural History of Mathematics presents the first comprehensive and global history from antiquity to today.

The work is divided into 6 volumes, with each volume covering the same topics, so readers can either study a period/volume or follow a topic across history. The 6 volumes cover: Antiquity (c.3000 BCE-500 CE); the Medieval Age (500-1400); the Early Modern Age (1450-1687); the Eighteenth Century (1687-1800); the Nineteenth Century (1800-1914); the Modern Age (1914-present).
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Volume1
ISBN (Print)9781350063129
StatePublished - 22 Feb 2024

Publication series

NameA Cultural History of Mathematics
PublisherBloomsbury Academic

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