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ms. Sloane 285. (Adelard version) XIIIe.

ms. Sloane 1044. (Adelard. II, Liv X-XI) XIIIe.

 ms. Harley 5266.(Adelard + Campanus version) XIVe.

 ms. Harley 5404.(Adelard + Campanus version). Liv I-XII. XIVe.

 ms. Harley 3595 Pergament, 285x195mm  "Boethius Geometrie II".

 ms Burney 275.  XIVe, a de luxe edition. 14 liv. "Adelard. I": Liv. 7-8. Liv. I-VI : Adelard II.

 ms. Royal 10.A.7  XIIIe Liv.I Adelard.II.

ms. Royal  15.B.IV, XIIIe liv. X-XII Adelard. II et III.

 ms. Royal 15. A. XXVII, "Joan Ocreatus = Adelard II"  XIIe. 15 liv.

ms. Arundel 84. Adelard of Bath, with the commentary of Campanus of Novara. Parchment , France, 2nd half of the 13th century.

ms. Arundel 339 "Boethius Geometrie II" Pergament, 200x140mm. XIIIe.

ms Arundel 548. 1st quarter of the 16th century.

ms. Add. 34, 018. "Adelard II"  John Ocreat, "Ex Ocrea Johannis". XIIe. Liv I-XV.

ms. Add. 33, 381.   Liv III-IV et V-VI:  "Adelard II". XIIIe.

Add MS 20746. Sefer ha-yesodot by Euclid. 1400-1499.

Londres, British Museum, arabe: 974, 1334, 1335, Nasir ad Din at Tusi.

India Office, ms  736 à 740: version de Nasir ad Din at Tusi, petite édition tahrir(1248) ms 744: Persan.


 






Bodleian Library,Western manuscripts  = Duke Humfrey's Library)           10 mss.
 
  Codex Bodleianus, D'Orville. 301. in-4°, parchemin; daté 6397 création du monde = 888.   15 livres. scholies de la main d'Arethas (865-939).(Heiberg) diagrams are in all cases given.

Codex Bodleianus, D'Orville.69. Grec daté: 1500. papier. 15 Liv.

Codex Bodleianus, D'Orville.70. 15 livres. Adelard: liv VII-XV.  XIIIe. parchment leaf. 15 Liv. Diagrams clearly made. Osiris 11, p.359. Marshall Clagett: " While examining a Bodleian manuscript, D'Orville 70, I discovered tucked away in the middle of Euclid's Elements a short uncatalogued Latin translation of an arabic tract on the hyperbola. This tract is in a thirteenth century hand".  The treatise on two lines always approaching each other but never meeting.

Digby 174.   XIIe. Liv XI-XIV: Gérard de Crémone. Liv I-XI. Adelard III.  figures carefully done.

Canon. misc. 200. acquis en 1409 par Antonio Fontesello pour sa bibliothèque de Venise. El. + Pecham's Perspeciva.

Canon. misc. 145. Gérard C. liv III.

Can, misc. 554. Campanus version.

Barocci 161. Greek. Codex bombycinus, sec XV. Procli Lycii in Euclidis Elementorum librum primum commentarii, libris quatuor comprehensi, cum figuris in margine delineatis. fol1.

Auct. F. 6. 23. Euclid, Elementa, Optica. Greek. 14th century. Paper.

Auct. F. 5.28 Adelard. parchment. XIIIe. Good diagrams.

Auct. F. 5. 29. Astrological and other treatises. Latin. 14th century.

Auct. F. 3. 16. Euclid, Elementa. Greek. 15th century, end. Paper.

Auct. F. 3.13 "Adelard II". XIIIe  illuminated capitals 15 liv. 13th century, second half.

Saville. 19. Lat. parchment. XIIIe. Adelard: liv I-V. diagrams. 15 liv.

Saville. 13. Grec. paper. XIVe. Liv 1, 2. diagrams, scholia.

Arch Selden B.13. Lat. parchment XIIe. illuminated border, capital... Euclidis philosophi Socratici... Adelard cum Campanus. 15 liv with many diagrams.

Douce 125. Parchment 10th century - 11th century. Pseudo-Boethius, Geometry I.





 

Oriental manuscripts     7 mss Revision of the Elements by Nasir al-Din al-Tusi, 3ms: MS Marsh 621 (Uri 1012) MS Marsh 373 (Uri 949) MS Huntington  308 (Uri 906)

Tahrir  (révision) de Ibn Abi al-Shukr al-Maghribi (XIIIe) MS Bodl. Or. n°448. (Nicoll 280)

Ishaq ibn Hunayn (seconde moitié IXe) revisé par Thabit Ibn Qurrah (836-901) MS Huntington 435 (Uri 919). MS Thurston 11 (Uri 958 et Nicoll 279).

A commentary on the postulates of Euclid by Ibn al Haytham MS Huntington 237.

MS Neubauer. Heb. 2002. Mich 405.  Ol. 63
Livres I-XV. copie du 6 Tevet 5334. (25 décembre 1574) par Y'hudah ben Abraham Zarqo. Span. Rabb. char. Paper.
Colophon du Liv XV (fol.152a): "Le quinzième traité de l'ouvrage d'Euclide le savant est achevé; je l'ai traduit de l'arabe en hébreu, moi Moïse ben Samuel ben Juda ben Tibbon, de Genade en Espagne".

MS Neubauer. Heb. 2003. Hunt. 561. Uri 451. The same with figures
Livres I-XV. copie de 1395 à Candie, Crète par Abraham ibn Mosheh. Greek Rabb. char. paper (some vellum)

MS Neubauer. Heb. 2004.  Mich 358.  the same. Prop VI.19 à X.101.

MS Neubauer. Heb. 2005. Huntington 16.

MS Reggio 6.  Isak Israeli : Fundamentum mundi

MS Pococke 368. Isaac ben Elijah ben Aaron ha-Kohen of Syracuse.








 
 
 
 
  Oxford trinity college Ms. 47. XIIe Oxoniensis (Adelard I. version). diagrams in the margin are quite accurately drawn and lettered. 8 liv:
 "Institutio artis geometrice ab Euclide descripta XV libros continens, per Adelardum Batoniensam ex arabico in latinum sermonem translata, incipit"

Oxford, Corpus Christi College Merton St, Oxford OX1 4JF  Ms 251, "Adelard II", XIIIe. 15liv.

Ms 234, Campanus + anonyme XVe.

Ms 283, XIIIe  liv. X-XI Adelard II.

Ms 224, XIIIe. 15liv. Adelard II.





The Library of the late George A. Plimpton
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156 Euclides, Geometria, cum commento Campani. Vel. (1300) (26x18cm) annoncé comme disparu, ou volé ? lors de ma visite. "Retrouvé" sur Digital Scriptorium.

157 Euclides, Elementa, book I, cum commento Campani, followed by mnemotchnic verses. Pap. (1450) (21x15cm). Written in Germany.

158 Euclides, Elementa. Vel. (14th c.), 1 fol. only (29x19cm), with diagramms in the margins.

 160  Euclides, Elementa, books I-V. . (late 14th c.) Papier, 30x21cm 164. Boethius Geometria. Pap. XVIth c. (34x23cm).

 165.  Boethius Arithmetica, Euclides Geometria, with commentary by Campanus. Vel. (late XIIIth c.) (27x20cm)
"The Euclid, written so far as the text goes, in large letters with the comentary in smaller letters, must be set down to the end of the thirteenth century. The text of the translation is what which is ascribed to Adelard of Bath, who wrote it early in the twelfth century, when he was studying Greek and Arabic in Naples. ... Such an early and complete MS is hardly to be found outside the public librairies. It formely belonged to the monastery of St Martin at Tournai, and is mentionned by Antonius Sanderus in his Biblioteca Belgica, 1641.

214. Euclides, Libri I-III, translated from greek into latin by Zambertus. Vel(early XVIth c.) (12x8cm)  X 515 Eu2.
Euclides Tratado de la geometria especulatiba. Ms, undated, ca 1700. planches pliées à la fin de chaque livre, récapitulant quelques figures.

244. "Euclid algebraically demonstrated". Paper - 330x200mm. 17h c. 

159 Euclides, Elementa, parts of books III-IV, Vel. (England 14th c.). 6 ff. only. (22x17cm). diagramms in the margins.
166. Boethius Arithmetica. Vel. XIIIth c. (19x13)cm. Geometrical figures: oui mais d'arithmétique (nombres figurés).
188.  Flores arismetrice; Mohammed Ibn-Musaal-Khawarazmi. Introductorium breve super Elementa Euclidis (ff. 211-233). Pap. (1456-1501), 22x15cm. Written in Germany. vu: triangles rectangles avec applications numériques.

513 Euclides Def and proofs from the first six books French, 18th cent. daté 1750. 13.4x8.7cm. non folioté. Papier blanchâtre, deux marges verticales et horizontale supérieure. Écriture fine noire "ronde". I.1, fine, noire, règle et commpas, sans lettres.
I.5 idem, légèrement effacée. I.47 idem.. IV.11 .. VI.33 Elements of geometry by Euclid by Sjoerd Hofstra, published by Zet Amsterdam New York. 1994. 10 copies signées.

 



Autres Bibliothèques U.S.

Papyrus Oxyrhynchus. i.29 University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia  +3ème siècle 8.5x 15.2cm. figure II.5 is drawn without rule, free-hand, and carelessly (and is unlabelled) B.N. 189.4. The library of James Logan (1674- 1751) of Philadelphia.

Livres:
 701. Paris 1516
 702. Paris 1557.
 703 Elementorum Geometricorum Libri Tredecim (Tr. Nasir-al-Dib) Rome, In Typographia Medicea, 1594. arabe et latin
 704. Libri. XV. Accessit liber XVI. Clavius. Frankfurt, 1607
 705. Libri. XV. Isaac Barrow. London, 1678.
 706. David Gregory, Oxford 1703.

The Boston Medical Library, 8 the Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts.
 25.  Euclides, Elementa, in the Latin version of Adelard of Bath,(ff. 1-38). Pap. 1466, (21x15cm). Written in Austria by Matheus Patriarch, of Graz. Diagrams and illum. borders. General Library of the university of California, Berkeley.
 Ms Mar 35  Euclid Elementa, libr; XV.. Hieronymi Campani. Vel 26x17cm, xritten in Italy, 15 th c.  "15 illuminated initials, 1 illuminated border; marginal illustrations.

The Library of R.B. Honeyman, Jr.,  Rancho Los Cerrittos, San Juan Capistrano, California
 24 (Math.1)  Euclid Elementa, Vel. 21x17cm, written in Italy, 14 th c. Geometrical diagrams in margins