Solomon Gandz

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Solomon Gandz (2 February 1883, Tarnobrzeg, Austria – 30 March 1954) was a historian of science. Gandz published on the history of mathematics and astronomy in medieval Jewish and Islamic civilizations.

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  • Gandz, S.: The invention of the decimal fractions and the application of the exponential calculus by Immanuel Bonfils of Tarascon (c. 1350), Isis 25 (1936), 16–45.

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