Kraków School of Mathematics and Astrology
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The Kraków School of Mathematics and Astrology (Polish: krakowska szkoła matematyczna i astrologiczna) was an influential mid-to-late-15th-century group of mathematicians and astrologers at the University of Kraków (later Jagiellonian University).
- Jan of Głogów (1445–1507), author of widely recognized mathematical and astrological tracts
- Marcin Biem (1470–1540), contributor to the Gregorian calendar
- Marcin Bylica of Olkusz (1433–93), later court astrologer to King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary
- Albert Brudzewski (1446–1495), teacher to notable scholars active at European universities
- Marcin Król of Żurawica (1422–1460)
- Nicolaus Copernicus (1473–1543), student at Kraków in 1491–95
- Waltoś, Stanisław. "Tradycja i współczesność". Uniwersytet Jagielloński (in Polish). Archived from the original on 2008-02-01. Retrieved 2007-11-26.
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