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Jacopo da Firenzes Tractatus Algorismi and Early Italian Abbacus Culture

Examines a Tractatus algorismi written in 1307 in Montpellier by Jacopo da Firenze. It is one of the earliest surviving "abbacus" treatises and the first to contain a presentation of algebra. This book includes the text in late medieval Italian with an English translation. It discusses the contents and its place within early abbacus culture.

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  • "Examines a Tractatus algorismi written in 1307 in Montpellier by Jacopo da Firenze. It is one of the earliest surviving "abbacus" treatises and the first to contain a presentation of algebra. This book includes the text in late medieval Italian with an English translation. It discusses the contents and its place within early abbacus culture."@en

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