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Digges, Leonard, -approximately 1559 Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Digges, Leonard -1571 German National Library

Digges, Leonard, d. 1571? National Library of the Netherlands

Leonard Digges Wikidata

Digges, Leonard, d. ca. 1559 National Library of Ireland

VIAF ID: 29880489 (Personal)

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An arithmeticall militare treatise, 1579: National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO
A booke named Tectonicon : briefly shewing the exact measuring and spedie reckoning all maner of land, squares, timber, stone, steeples, pillers, globes, &c. : further, declaring the perfect making and large vse of the carpenters ruler, conteining a quadrant geometricall, comprehending also the rare vse of the squire : and in the end a little treatise adioyning, opening the composition and appliancie of an instrument called the profitable staffe : with other things pleasant and necessarie, most conducible for surueyors, landmeaters, ioyners, carpenters, and masons Library of Congress/NACO
A geometrical practical treatize named Pantometria : diuided into three bookes, longimetra, planimetra, and stereometria : containing rules manifolde for mensuration of all lines, superficies and solides, with sundrie strange conclusions both by instrument and without, and also by glasses to set forth the true description or exact platte of an whole region Library of Congress/NACO
Pantometria German National Library Library of Congress/NACO
A prognostication euerlasting. - Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands German National Library
The rape of Proserpine National Library of the Netherlands
Stratioticos Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
Tectonicon Library of Congress/NACO
The theodelitus and topographical instrument of Leonard Digges of University College, Oxford. Described by his son Thomas Digges in 1571. Reprinted from Longimetra, the fyrst booke of Pantometria. Library of Congress/NACO

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