Les scholies grecques aux Éléments d'Euclide

Revue d'Histoire des Sciences 56:275-292 (2003)

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Pourquoi existe-t-il des annotations dans les manuscrits grecs de mathématiques ? Qui les a écrit ? Dans cet article j'étudie certaines collections de scholies aux Éléments d'Euclide, éditées par J.L. Heiberg. Je montre que l'un de ses hypothèses concernant l'origines des scholies dites Vaticanes du Livre X (Le commentaire de Pappus) est fausse
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