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Oronce Finé (or Fine;For the debate over the French spelling of Finé's name see Alexander Marr, 'Introduction', in 'The Worlds of Oronce Fine: Mathematics, Instruments and Print in Renaissance France' (Shaun Tyas, 2009), pp. 1–12. Finé's name is often found spelt with an acute accent, but the Dictionnaire de Biographie française (ed. Roman D'Amat, Paris, 1975, p.1370) gives a very definite direction that his name should be spelt without an accent, "Fine, et non Finé". Latin: Orontius Finnaeus or Finaeus; ; 20 December 1494 – 8 August 1555) was a French mathematician and cartographer.

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Uniform title: Canons & documents tresamples, touchant l'usage & practique des communs almanachz, que l'on nomme ephemerides. English
by Fine, Oronce, 1494-1555
[Imprinted at London : In Fletestrete nere to S. Dunstons church by Thomas Marshe, [1558?]]
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Uniform title: Canons & documents tresamples, touchant l'usage & practique des communs almanachz, que l'on nomme ephemerides. English
by Fine, Oronce, 1494-1555
[Imprinted at London : In Fletestrete nere to S. Dunstons church by Thomas Marshe, [1558?]]
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Uniform title: Canons & documents tresamples, touchant l'usage & practique des communs almanachz, que l'on nomme ephemerides. English
by Fine, Oronce, 1494-1555
[Imprynted at London : in Fletestrete nere to S. Dunstons church by Thomas Marshe, [1558?]]
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