María Andrea Casamayor
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|María Andrea Casamayor|
Fantasy drawing of María Andrea Casamayor
October 23, 1780|
|Resting place||Parroquia del Pilar, Zaragoza, Spain|
She wrote and published two scientific books in mathematics, which were used in contemporary Spanish schools. Her work is thought to be the only scientific work extant from a Spanish female scientist in the 18th century.
- Tirocinio aritmético (1738)
- El para sí solo
- CASADO RUIZ DE LÓIZAGA, Maria José (2006): Las damas del laboratorio. Madrid, Ed. Debate.
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