Reading the Lost Folia of the Archimedean Palimpsest: The Last Proposition of the Method

@inproceedings{Saito2014ReadingTL,
  title={Reading the Lost Folia of the Archimedean Palimpsest: The Last Proposition of the Method},
  author={Ken Saito and Pier Daniele Napolitani},
  year={2014}
}
We examine the determination of the volume of solids by means of a virtual balance, in Archimedes’ Method a work preserved only in the Archimedes palimpsest. 

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