2) The Roman encyclopaedist
Pliny the Elder, who devoted Book 34 of his Natural History to bronze, reports the claim that there were 3,000 Greek bronzes at Rhodes, and as many at Athens, Olympia and Delphi.
The remarkable Vincenzo Coronelli (16501718), encyclopaedist
, geographer, inventor and Doctor of Theology, was citizen of the Republic of Venice.
This way of thinking, as Chateau notes, invites comparison with the Encyclopaedist
Aulus Cornelius Celsus (25 BC-50 AD), a Roman encyclopaedist
, has mentioned about this treatment in his extant medical work De Medicina.
Pacioli was the greatest encyclopaedist
of the Renaissance in the context of this new mathematics and also in the context of Venice which, in the 15th century was the New York of the world and its Rialto was the Wall Street.
30) Essentially, all these elements of radical nationalist ideology were more or less visibly centred upon a dogmatics of antisemitism; there are some classic authors in the tradition of antisemitic ideological nationalism: the poets Vasile Alecsandri and Mihai Eminescu, lawyer Simion Barnufiu, economist Ion Ghica, philosopher Vasile Conta, historian Nicolae Iorga, encyclopaedist
The greatest philosopher Al-Farabi was a Muslim; the greatest mathematicians Abul Kamil and Ibrahim Ibn Sinan were Muslims; the greatest geographer and encyclopaedist
Al-Masudi was a Muslim; the greatest historian, Al-Tabari was still a Muslim.
The Iranian philosopher also stands out as an Encyclopaedist
I was fascinated to hear the 72-year Venezuelan explorer Charles Brewer Carias describe himself as an encyclopaedist
rather than a specialist (I'm a geographer, December 2010).
This hi-tech project was spearheaded by Surrey, British Columbia based encyclopaedist
, museologist, drug therapist and community activist Dr.
One of the overlooked references in Lacan's discussion of the gaze is to French encyclopaedist
and materialist philosopher Denis Diderot's Lettre sur les aveugles a l'usage de ceux qui voient (1749), available in a relatively recent translation as Letter on Blindness.
At the end of the thirteenth century, the Chinese encyclopaedist
Ma Duan-lin ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 1245-1322), wrote in his Wen-xian Tong-kao of the Vietnamese polity as follows: