Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Civilization

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Rithmomachia in Medieval and Renaissance Europe with an Edition of Ralph Lever and William Fulke, The Most Noble, Auncient, and Learned Playe (1563)
Ann E. Moyer
An exploration of the history of a mathematical board game played in medieval and Renaissance Europe
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Hardcover 2001 $85.00 Available Add Hardcover for "The Philosophers' Game" to Cart
Currently limited to: subject mathematics_and_engineering Mathematics and Engineering x

This interdisciplinary and comparative series features outstanding monographs treating significant aspects of life and thought in Western Europe and the Near East. Especially favored are those works that seek correlations among various aspects of culture and those that join historical research with perspectives from such fields as anthropology, linguistics, economics, and art. The objective of each monograph is to house the results of individual research within a general frame, examining each historical occurence in light of its own impact on the development of civilization.

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Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Civilization

This interdisciplinary and comparative series features outstanding monographs treating significant aspects of life and thought in Western Europe and the Near East. Especially favored are those works that seek correlations among various aspects of culture and those that join historical research with perspectives from such fields as anthropology, linguistics, economics, and art. The objective of each monograph is to house the results of individual research within a general frame, examining each historical occurence in light of its own impact on the development of civilization.


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Marvin Becker, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
Thomas A. Green
Rudi Lindner
Michael McDonald
Linda Neagley
Thomas Tentler
Raymond Van Dam

Series Editor

Marvin Becker, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
Thomas A. Green
Rudi Lindner
Michael McDonald
Linda Neagley
Thomas Tentler
Raymond Van Dam


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