TARTALEA Nicolaus

TARTALEA Nicolaus
Brixianus, Rem Mathematicam pluribus egregiis scriptis illustravit; in Patria male habitus, Venetias se contulit, ibique Proceribus Reip. ac Legatis Principum exterorum magni aestimatus, obiit A. C. 1557. Opera eius in quibus Tractatus de Numeris et Mensuris prae coeteris Thuano laudatur, enumerat Anton. Teissiet. Eleg. part. 1. Vide etiam Auctorem Theatr. d'huom. Lett. p. 2. et supra Nicolaus Tartalea.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • NICOLAUS Tartalea — Brixiensis, Mathematicus, saeculô ultimô. Ulss. de Scient. Mathem. c. 49. §. 16. c. 52. §. 5. Quenstedt. de patr. doct. p. 301 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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