Aestimatio 2 (2005)

ISSN 1549–4497 (online)
ISSN 1549–4470 (print)
Alan C. Bowen and Tracey E. Rihll edd. Aestimatio volume 2 (2005) complete 1-247
Mauro Zonta Maimonides: Medical Aphorisms, Treatises 1–5. A Parallel Arabic-English Edition by Gerrit Bos 1-6
John M. Steele The Cults of Uruk and Babylon: The Temple Ritual Texts as Evidence for Hellenistic Cult Practice by Marc J. H. Linssen 7-10
Sarah Symons Architecture and Mathematics in Ancient Egypt by Corinna Rossi 11-15
Joshua J. Reynolds Hesiod’s Cosmos by Jenny Strauss Clay 16-23
Sven Dupré The Claude Glass: Use and Meaning of the Black Mirror in Western Art by Arnaud Maillet 24-32
J. Brian Pitts The Command of Light: Rowland’s School of Physics and the Spectrum by George Kean Sweetnam 33-38
Henry Mendell Archimedes: What Did He Do Besides Cry Eureka? by Sherman Stein 39-41
William Wians The Female in Aristotle’s Biology: Reason or Rationalization by Robert Mayhew 42-48
Annette Imhausen Ancient Mathematics by Serafina Cuomo 49-57
Renzo Baldasso Picturing Machines 1400–1700 by Wolfgang Lefèvre ed. 58-63
Peter J. Ramberg Methods and Styles in the Development of Chemistry by Joseph S. Fruton 64-66
Fernando Q. Gouvêa Sherlock Holmes in Babylon and Other Tales of Mathematical History by Marlow Anderson, Victor Katz, and Robin Wilson edd. 67-69
Kim Plofker and Bernard R. Goldstein In memoriam David Pingree 70-71
C. Robert Phillips Heavenly Realms and Earthly Realities in Late Antique Religions by Ra’anan S. Boustan and Annette Yoshiko Reed edd. 72-82
Paolo Palmieri Modelli idrostatici del moto da Aristotele a Galileo by Monica Ugaglia 83-87
Noel G. Coley Affinity, That Elusive Dream: A Genealogy of the Chemical Revolution by Mi Gyung Kim 88-93
Michael P. Fronda A Critical History of Early Rome: From Prehistory to the First Punic War by Gary Forsythe 94-103
Mauro Zonta Science in the Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Traditions by Gad Freudenthal 104-107
Massimo Raffa Music and the Muses: The Culture of ’Mousike’ in the Classical Athenian City by Penelope Murray and Peter Wilson edd. 108-118
Ian Mueller Simplicius on Aristotle’s On the Heavens 1.5–9 by R. J. Hankinson 119-126
Ronald Polansky The Midwife of Platonism: Text and Subtext in Plato’s Theaetetus by David Sedley 127-134
Lee Ann Riccardi Vitruvius: Writing the Body of Architecture by Indra Kagis McEwen 135-140
Brooke Holmes Lucretius on Creation and Evolution: A Commentary on De rerum natura 5.772–1104 by Gordon Campbell 141-161
Peter Lautner Pythagoras: His Life, Teaching, and Influence. by Christoph Riedweg 162-167
Fabio Acerbi Archimedes and the Angel: Phantom Paths from Problems to Equations 168-225
George Gheverghese Joseph Math through the Ages: A Gentle History for Teachers and Others by William P. Berlinghoff and Fernando Q. Gouvêa 226-227
John Peter Oleson Frontinus: De aquaeductu urbis Romae. Edited with Introduction and Commentary by Robert H. Rodgers 228-235
Hermann Hunger In memoriam Erica Reiner 236-237
Richard Lim The Roman Empire at Bay: AD 180–395 by David S. Potter 238-243
Staff Books Received 2005 244-247