By: Gerard L'E Turner
128 pages, 91 col & 20 b/w plates
Traces the historical origins and development of instruments as they spread across the globe, explaining their manufacture, use, and adaptations.
`This book provides a very useful and informative overview of the history of scientific instruments. Turner is recognized as one of the founders of this specialized area of historical research
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