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The Map Of Knowledge: How Classical Ideas Were Lost And Found: A History In Seven Cities - MOLLER VIOLET

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The Map Of Knowledge: How Classical Ideas Were Lost And Found: A History In Seven Cities

The Map of Knowledge: How Classical Ideas Were Lost and Found: A History in Seven Cities
A vibrant and evocative account of how the great scientific ideas of the ancient world were lost and found.

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In tracing these fragile strands of knowledge from century to century, from east to west and north to south, Moller also reveals the web of connections between the Islamic world and Christendom, connections that would both preserve and transform astronomy, mathematics and medicine from the early Middle Ages to the Renaissance.

Vividly told and with a dazzling cast of characters, The Map of Knowledge is an evocative, nuanced and vibrant account of our common intellectual heritage.

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