A Fifteenth-Century Planetary Computer: al-Kāshī's ``Ṭabaq al-Manāṭeq'' I. Motion of the Sun and Moon in Longitude

@article{Kennedy1950AFP,
  title={A Fifteenth-Century Planetary Computer: al-Kāshī's ``Ṭabaq al-Manāṭeq'' I. Motion of the Sun and Moon in Longitude},
  author={E. S. Kennedy},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1950},
  volume={41},
  pages={180 - 183}
}
In conclusion I append, for the hasty reader's convenience, an epitome of the life of the subject of this article so far as I have yet been able to ascertain it: The Rev. SAMUEL HOOLE, M.A. (I758-I839). Born (probably at Moorfields, London) I758. Son of John Hoole (I727-I803: accountant to the East India Company and translator of Tasso and Ariosto) by his wife Susannah Smith. Matriculated Oxford (Magdalen Hall) I4 July I780 and took Holy Orders. (M.A. c. I786). Attended Samuel Johnson, the… Expand
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