As part of Oxford University's Seeing Euclid project, the University of Aberdeen was invited to become part of a Euclidean network of Special Collections and Libraries showcasing their own rare, pre-1700, annotated copies of Euclid's Elements. Join us for a rare glimpse inside three rare copies of Euclid's 'Elements'.
The University of Aberdeen's Special Collections contains a number of unique and beautiful mathematical texts and Rare Books curator, Jane Pirie, has selected three particularly important copies of Euclid's 'Elements' to feature in a facsimile display that will be on show outside the Reading Room on the lower ground floor of the Library throughout the summer.
On Thursday 28th June, there will be a rare opportunity to see the actual books at a special "Euclidean Collections Close Up" event.
Drop into the Special Collections Seminar Room, opposite the Reading Room on the lower Ground Floor of the Library between 1-2.30pm.
This event is FREE and open to all.
For more about the Euclid network visit Seeing Euclid
- Hosted by
- Special Collections Centre, University of Aberdeen
- The Sir Duncan Rice Library
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