Heinrich Decimator

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Libellus de stellis fixis et erraticis, 1587

Heinrich Decimator (c. 1544, Gifhorn - 1615) was a German Protestant theologian, astronomer and linguist of Mühlhausen in Thuringen.[1][2][3] His Sylva vocabulorum was an example of plurilingual lexicography.[4]

Works

  • Decimator, Heinrich (1587). Libellus de stellis fixis et erraticis (in Latin). Paulus Donatus, Ambrosius Kirchner. 

References

  1. ^ Deborah Jean Warner, "The sky explored: celestial cartography, 1500-1800", A. R. Liss, 1979, ISBN 0-8451-1700-9, p.62
  2. ^ Franz Josef Hausmann, "Wörterbücher: ein internationales Handbuch zur Lexikographie Wörterbücher: Ein internationales Handbuch zur Lexikographie", W. de Gruyter, 1991, ISBN 3-11-012421-1, p.2912
  3. ^ Karl Goedeke, "Grundriss zur Geschichte der deutschen Dichtung aus den Quellen", Volume 2, Akademie-Verlag, 1886, p.482
  4. ^ Yvon Gauthier, "Internal logic: foundations of mathematics from Kronecker to Hilbert", Springer, 2002, ISBN 1-4020-0689-6, p.74


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