Christian Huygens’ Lost and Forgotten Pamphlet of his Pendulum Invention

@article{Whitestone2012ChristianHL,
  title={Christian Huygens’ Lost and Forgotten Pamphlet of his Pendulum Invention},
  author={S. Whitestone},
  journal={Annals of Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={69},
  pages={104 - 91}
}
Summary Until recently it was believed that Christian Huygens’ earliest publication of his pendulum invention was Horologium of 1658. He published the more famous general treatise, Horologium Oscillatorium, fifteen years later in 1673. Two years ago, an article1 suggesting an unknown collaboration in developing the clock pendulum between Huygens and the Paris clockmaker Isaac Thuret, presented the evidence of Benjamin Martin, an 18th century educationalist and retailer of scientific material… 
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