A short history of science / by W.T. Sedgwick and H.W. Tyler, revised by H.W. Tyler and R.P. Bigelow.

; Tyler, H. W. (Harry Walter), 1863-1938, author ; Bigelow, Robert Payne, 1863-1955
New York : Macmillan Company, 1939.

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Other Authors Bigelow, Robert Payne, 1863-1955.
Tyler, H. W. 1863-1938,
Subjects Science -- History.
Science.
Sciences -- Histoire.
Description xxi, 512 pages : illustrations, plates, portraits, maps (1 double) diagrams ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1939.
Notes "A short list of reference books": pages 487-500.
Contents The dawn of civilization -- Science begins in the East -- The earliest Greek science -- Science in the Golden Age of Greece -- Greek science in Alexandria -- The decline of Alexandrian science -- The Roman World : the Dark Ages -- Hindu and Arabian science : the Moors in Spain -- Progress of science to A.D. 1450 -- A new astronomy and the beginnings of modern natural science -- Mathematics and mechanics in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries -- Natural and physical science in the seventeenth century -- Beginnings of modern mathematical science -- Natural and physical science in the eighteenth century -- Modern tendencies in mathematical science -- Some advances in the physical and chemical sciences during the nineteenth century -- Some advances of natural science in the nineteenth century -- Appendix A. Some inventions of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : applied science and engineering -- Appendix B. Some important names, dates, and events in the history of science and civilization -- Appendix C.A short list of reference books.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1079049
(OCoLC)ocm01079049
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WorldCat Identities Sedgwick, W. T. 1855-1921.
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