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Guidobaldo del Monte Archival Collection

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Guidobaldo did not ever publish this manuscript which is a comment on the fifth book of Euclid’s Elements which deals with the mathematical notion of “ratio”
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Guidobaldo did not ever publish this manuscript which deals with the composed ratio, an important element of Greek geometry
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The former was the Duke of Urbino’s main secretary; his brother Pier Matteo was a scholar of mathematics and philosophy as well as Guidobaldo’s intimate.
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It contains biografies of various dimensions on members of the families Ardizi, Almerici, Arduini, Agostini, Belluzzi, Mamiani, Dal Monte, Della Rovere, etc.
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The document comprises elements of the history of Pesaro from 1513 until 1631, i.e. from the governance of the Della Rovere until the devolution of the Duchy of Urbino
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Amongst other witnesses, also Guidobaldo makes a deposition, confirming to have been the architect of the church that had crashed down
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Dal Monte, Guidubaldo, Meditatiunculae Guidi Ubaldi ex Marchionibus Montis Sanctae Mariae De Rebus Mathematicis

Tassora, Roberta [ed.]; Frank, Martin [ed.]; Mascellani, Paolo [ed.]; Napolitani, Pier Daniele [ed.], 2010
Collocation: Bibliothèque Nationale de France, ms Lat. 10246

Transcription: Roberta Tassora
Layout: Martin Frank, Paolo Mascellani, Pier Daniele Napolitani

Guidobaldo dal Monte’s manuscript Meditatiunculae offers most interesting insights into his engagement with mathematics, and is usually dated to the period between 1587 and 1593. It contains not only relevant information on the genesis and chronology of several of Guidobaldo's mathematical works, as well as on his modus operandi; moreover, its last pages seem to be closely connected with his scientific collaboration with Galileo Galilei.
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