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History of Science: Ancient Science Through the Golden Age of Greece. by  George Sarton. - Paperback - 1st. Edn. Thus, - from Cocksparrow Books and

History of Science: Ancient Science Through the Golden Age of Greece.

by Sarton., George

Condition: VG+/GD/ND

SOFTBACK SHIPPED FROM THE UK.* Edn: 1st. Thus.* Impression: 1st.* Date of Publication: 1964 (1952)* Publisher: Science Editions, John Wiley & Sons Inc.* Binding and cover condition: Colour-illustrated soft card covers showing shadowy portrait and small yellow diagrams. Some shelf wear to edges, corners & boards. Small tear to top of rear board. Creases and slight dish to spine & hinge. GD* Contents condition: PRIVATE COPY NOT EX-LIBRARY. Clean, crisp & tight. No annotations, inscriptions or marks to text, slight paper colouration throughout. Some age to page margins and edges. VG+* Illustrations: A number of b/w photos, line drawings & diagrams.* Pages: 612 pp. text. xxxiv pp. bibliography and index at rear.* Product Description:- How man has explained his world, its history, beauty, order and disorder and has achieved control over the circumstances of his existence? these are the concerns of this book. A history of culture from the scientific point of view. It ranges from earliest times through the golden age of Greece. The achievements of man's soaring imagination and restless curiosity during this period are such as to claim the reader's absorbed interest.* This is a VG+ text copy of the 1st. thus, with some age and shelf wear reducing it to GD.*


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