Books by Publisher: Mathematical Association of America

    Learn Latin from the Romans

    By Eleanor Dickey

    Paperback £23.58

    The only introductory Latin textbook to use texts written by ancient Romans for Latin learners, presented in one volume.

    Geometries and Transformations

    By Norman W. Johnson

    Hardback £53.15

    A readable exposition of how Euclidean and other geometries can be distinguished using linear algebra and transformation groups.

    Common Pitfalls in Epilepsy

    By Dieter Schmidt

    Paperback £38.23

    Common Epilepsy Pitfalls is a comprehensive guide to anticipating and managing the pitfalls in the diagnosis and management of epilepsy.

    Cambridge Library Collection - Classics

    Hardback £55.56

    This two-volume edition with Latin commentary of the surviving fragments of the works of minor Greek historians was published in 1870-1.

    Cambridge Library Collection - Egyptology

    By James Henry Breasted

    Paperback £25.46

    In this 1912 work, James Breasted discusses the significance of the 'Pyramid Texts' to the understanding of Egyptian religious thought. He is particularly interested in the development of a moral sense in the context of the traditional pantheon, and in the influence of the developing Egyptian empire on its religion.

    Cambridge Library Collection - Maritime Exploration

    By Thomas Forrest

    Paperback £28.12

    In 1774, East India Company employee Thomas Forrest c.1729-c.1802 embarked on a year-long voyage to explore the archipelago between Malaysia and New Guinea, in a small boat with a local crew. This 1779 publication describes the islands he visited, their people, and colonial trade, particularly in spices.

    Cambridge Library Collection - Education

    By Maria Grey

    Paperback £23.69

    In this 1889 work, the educationalist and feminist Maria Grey looks back, offering to the young 'the results of her life's thought and experience', and endeavouring to help late-Victorian school-leavers answer the questions 'Where are we going? What was the object of all this school work?'

    Cambridge Library Collection - Travel, Middle East and Asia

    By George Nathaniel Curzon

    Hardback £67.95

    Later viceroy of India, George Curzon 1859-1925 published this highly regarded two-volume work on Persia in 1892, following his travels in the country. Convinced of the political importance of this region as a buffer against Russian influence, Curzon gives an overview of Persian history, society, geography and politics.

    Persia and the Persian Question 2 Volume Set Persia and the

    By George Nathaniel Curzon

    Paperback £36.98

    Later viceroy of India, George Curzon 1859-1925 published this highly regarded two-volume work on Persia in 1892, following his travels in the country. Convinced of the political importance of this region as a buffer against Russian influence, Curzon gives an overview of Persian history, society, geography and politics.

    Historici graeci minores 2 Volume Set Historici graeci minor

    Paperback £28.12

    This two-volume edition with commentary in Latin of the surviving fragments of the works of minor Greek historians was published by German philologist Ludwig August Dindorf in 1870-1. Volume 2 contains the account intact, but apparently incomplete of the reign of Justinian by Agathias, and fragments of the works of...

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