Our October spotlight exhibition continues in the Reading Room, with a look David Gregory’s Astronomiæ physicæ & geometricæ elementa (Geneva : M.M. Bousquet & Co., 1726). First published in Oxford in 1702 after the author (1659-1708) took his doctorate there, it proved to be a popular treatise on ‘the writings of the illustrious Sir Isaac Newton’. Its preface includes a history of astronomy.
|Plate V from: Astronomiæ physicæ & geometricæ elementa.|
You can also view the spotlight exhibition in its entirety on the digital display wall in the Hardiman Foyer during the month of October.
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