Ascalonita, commentatia fecit in Concia Apollonii: nec non in Archimedem de sphaera, et cylindro, deque circuli dimensione, item aequiponderantibus. Theone, et Pappo, esse antiquiorem, inde cognoscimus, quod ab utroque celebretur. Blancanus chron. Mathem.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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