Augustine to Galileo: The History of Science, A.D. 400- 1650

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INDEX
ABELARD, PETER, 11-12, 214
Achillini, A., 140, 371
Adam of Cremona, 205
Adelard of Bath, 1-2, 5-6, 12-13, 16-18, 20, 24, 28, 33, 42, 118, 144, 152, 214-5, 240, 387
Ad Organum Faciendum, 153
Aeneas Sylvius, 181
Aesop, 7
Aetius, 206
Agricola ( Georg Bauer), 104, 146, 276, 343-50, 354, 379
Agriculture, 2, 37-8, 109, 128, 143, 145-6, 148, 155, 158-70, 188, 275, 277, 412
al-Battani, 31
Alberti, Leo Battista, 95, 145, 178, 266
Albert of Saxony, 96, 216, 242/3, 248, 253-5, 257, 258, 260-3, 280, 288, 370
Albertus Magnus, 36, 41-2, 92-7, 101-2, 106, 109, 116-28, 130, 144, 160-1, 223, 226, 240-2, 362, 370, 376, 378-9, 384, 410, 411, 414
Albucasis, 199
Alchemy, 35-7, 95, 97-102, 105-6, 148, 218, 227, 264, 276, 353-4, 391, 410
Alcherius, John, 144
Alcuin of York, 4
Alderotti, Taddeo, 103, 136, 200
Aldobrandino, of Siena, 205
Aldrovandi, Ulysses, 362, 378-80
Alexander of Aphrodisias, 30, 91
Alexander of Tralles, 206
Alexander of Villedieu, 34
Alfarabi, 25, 39, 51, 147, 152-3
al-Fargani, 31
al-Farisi, Kamal al-din, 81
Alfonsine Tables, 31, 68-9, 150, 267, 313
Alfred of Sareshel, 20, 26, 29, 116, 130
al-Ghazzali, 50
Alhazen, 26, 32, 72-3, 81, 149, 218
All ibn Ridwan, 197, 218
al-Jahiz, 119
al-Katibi, 256
al-Khwarizmi, 1, 24-5, 31, 33-4
Alkindi, 25, 32, 35, 39, 72
al-Nazzam, 119
Alpetragius, 26, 31, 56
Alphanus, 198
al-Shirazi, Qutb al-din, 81, 256
al-Zarquali, 31, 64, 68
Ambrose (St.), 8
Amodio, Andrea, 114
Anatomy, x, 74-6, 109, 124-5, 131-41, 150, 198, 209, 270, 329-35, 351, 357, 361, 364, 368-73, 411
Anaxagoras, 14, 16, 93
Anaximander, 118-9
Anglo-Saxon Herbal, 115
Aniciæ JuliniæGodex, 112
Anselm (St.), 214
Apianus, Petrus, 53, 344-5
Apollonius of Perga, 29, 72, 269, 281-2, 316
Apollodorus, 143
Apuleius (pseudo-), 22, 112-3
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 22, 41-2, 61, 120, 148, 234, 241-2, 246
Arabs and Arab science, xiv-xv, 1-4, 10, 11, 18, 19-44, 50-1, 55-6, 60, 63, 65, 67-9, 72-4, 81-2, 84, 88, 90, 92, 97-8, 100-2, 104, 108-9, 116, 119-20, 122, 137, 141, 144, 147, 152-3, 157, 163-4, 169, 174, 180-1, 182, 185, 188, 192, 195, 196, 198, 199-201, 204-10, 213, 215, 217-8, 238, 255, 260, 263, 331, 351, 354, 359, 361, 373, 406-7, 422
Arantius, 380-1
Archimedes, 29, 84, 143, 156, 215, 242, 252, 265, 269, 275, 278-87, 295, 349

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