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David Gregory (Astrónomo y matemático británico)
David Gregory (British astronomer and mathematician)
David Gregory (Brits wiskundige)
David Gregory (matematico scozzese)
David Gregory (schottischer Mathematiker)
Gregorie, David
Gregorius, David
Gregorius, Davides
Gregory, Dav
Gregory, David
Gregory, David (Dr)
Грегори, Дэвид
دیوید گریگوری (ریاضی‌دان)
Dates: 
1659-1708
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Browne, William Sir
Burghers, Michael (1653?-1727))
Cellarius, Christoph (1638-1707)
Euclides, m (300 aC)
Gregory, James (1638-1675; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Hiscock, W. G.
Huygens, Christiaan (1629-1695)
MacLaurin, Colin (1698-1746)
Manilius, Marcus (sec. I)
Newton, Isaac (1643-1727; Bekanntschaft; see also from)
Newton, Isaac Sir, 1642-1727
Pontedera, Giulio (1688-1757)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
The University of Edinburgh Affiliation (see also from)
University of Oxford Affiliation (see also from)
Titles: 
Astronomiae physicae et geometricae elementa
astronomiques., Les
Catoptricæ et dioptricæ sphaericæ elementa
David Gregory, Isaac Newton and their circle; extracts from David Gregory's memoranda 1677-1708
Davidis Gregorii De curva catenaria demonstrationes geometricæ, 1697.
Dr. Gregory's elements of catoptrics and dioptrics with an introduction shewing the discoveries made by catoptrics
Euclid's elements of geometry
Euclidis Elementorum libri priores XII : Ex Commandini et Gregorii versionibus latinis ...
Euclidis quae supersunt omnia
Exercitatio geometrica
Manilii Astronomia et anno caelesti, De
Marci Manilii Astronomicon, ex optimis quas habemus editionibus repraesentatum.
Monsieur flûte
Œuvres complètes.
Proposals for printing a book containing the principles of astronomy philosophical and geometrical, by David Gregory M.D. Savilian Professor of Astronomy in the University of Oxford, and Fellow of the Royal Society
Remarks upon the Newtonian philosophy as propos'd by Sir Isaac Newtion in his Principia philosophiæ naturalis : and by Dr. Gregory in his Principia astronomiæ physicæ : wherein the fallacies of the pretended mathematical demonstrations, by which those authors support that philosophy are clearly laid open : and the philosophy itself fully proved to be false and absurd both by mathematical and physical demonstration
Rudimenta astronomica ad interpretandos poetus aliveque scriptores accomodata
stellarum ortu et occasu poetico, De
treatise of practical geometry In three parts. By the late Dr. David Gregory, ... Translated from the Latin. With additions., A
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