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Tractatio de theoria descensus et ascensus gravium obliqui ejusque multiplici applicationes by  and Nicolaus Tolent Feichtmayr  Joseph Zweieiig - Paperback - First - 1765 - from Breck Bartholomew Natural History Books and Biblio.com

Tractatio de theoria descensus et ascensus gravium obliqui ejusque multiplici applicationes

by Benno Ignatius von Hoffstetten, Joseph Zweieiig, and Nicolaus Tolent Feichtmayr

Condition: Very Good-


Engraved foldout frontis, x, 74 p. 3 plates, (xxii).

Marbled paper cover hinge cracked at lower portion of book, about 2 inches.

First edition of a thesis on the motion of falling bodies and pendula. The large folding engraved frontis by Joseph Anton Zimmerman (1715-1797) is an allegorical portrait of Maximilian III Joseph, Duke of Bavaria


  • Bookseller: Breck Bartholomew Natural History Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 257572
  • Title: Tractatio de theoria descensus et ascensus gravium obliqui ejusque multiplici applicationes
  • Author: Benno Ignatius von Hoffstetten, Joseph Zweieiig, and Nicolaus Tolent Feichtmayr
  • Illustrator:Joseph Anton Zimmermann
  • Format/binding:Marbled paper cover
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good-
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Franz Joseph Thuille
  • Place: Munich
  • Date published: 1765
  • Keywords: Physics, Astronomy, Mathematics, Pendulum, Gravity
  • Bookseller catalogs: Physics, Astronomy, & Mathematics;

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