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Giuseppe Campani, "Inventor Romae," an uncommon genius

Bibliographic Details
Authors and Corporations: Bedini, Silvio A. (Author), Campani, Giuseppe (Inventor), Zanetti, Cristiano (Editor)
Title: Giuseppe Campani, "Inventor Romae," an uncommon genius/ by Silvio A. Bedini ; edited by Cristiano Zanetti
Type of Resource: Book
Language: English
Leiden, Boston Brill [2021]
© 2021
Series: Nuncius series ; 8
Erscheint auch als: Bedini, Silvio A., Giuseppe Campani, "Inventor Romae," an uncommon genius, Leiden : Brill, 2021, 1 Online-Ressource (xl, 862 Seiten)
Erscheint auch als: Bedini, Silvio A., 1917 - 2007, Giuseppe Campani, Inventor Romae, an Uncommon Genius, Boston : BRILL, 2021, 1 online resource (902 pages)
Source: Verbunddaten SWB
Summary: "The ingenious and ambitious Campani brothers--Matteo, Pier Tommaso, and Giuseppe--were at the core of thriving activity of technological and scientific innovation that involved popes, the Sun King, and other rulers of baroque Europe. Especially Giuseppe's outstanding production of innovating clocks, telescopes, and microscopes, attracted the attention of the most important scientific characters and experimental academies of the time. This posthumous book by Silvio Bedini is the result of a fifty-year-long study that will serve not just as a reference work for scholars interested in seventeenth-century clockmaking, practical optics, astronomy, and science and technology in general, but it also will provide you with unique insights into the scientific and technological landscape of baroque Rome and its links to a broader European scene. And thanks to the author's narrative and many illustrations, it will make a complex story an enjoyable read for non-specialists"--
Item Description: Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description: XXXIX, 862 Seiten; Illustrationen
ISBN: 9789004460102
Classification: P 200 Campani, Giuseppe
KM 322
O 510