Ji he yuan ben shi wu juan / Li Madou kou yi ; Xu Guangqi bi shou
幾何原本十五卷 / 利瑪竇口譯 ; 徐光啟筆受
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- Elements. Chinese. Selections.
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- Jinling [Nanjing] : Zeng Guofan shu jian, Tongzhi 4 
- 金陵 [南京] : 曾國藩署檢, 同治4 
- 8 v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
- Special collection from London Missionary Society.
- On double leaves, oriental style, in case.
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- Geometry -- Early works to 1800
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- Ji he.
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