Geometry -- Early works to 1900. : Opuscules mathématiques : contenant plusieurs méthodes nouvelles de construire l'équation aux sections coniques ; la découverte d'unepropriété nouvelle de la lumière ... / par J.B. Bérard.
Geometry -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Norwood's system of navigation: [electronic resource] : teaching the whole art, in a way more familiar, easie, and practical, than hath been hitherto done. Shewing, the projection of the plain scale: the sphere in plaino: astronomical problems useful in navigation: traverse tables: right lin'd triangles ... The description and use of a new instrument called encyclologium, or the sliding cirlces: which, with ease, resolves all questions of proportion, trigonometry, arithmetick, square and cube root, gunnery, mesuration and dyalling / by Matthew Norwood, teacher of mathematical arts.
Geometry -- England -- Problems, exercises, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Problematum quorundam mathematicorum (de triangulis tam rectangulis quam obliquangulis,) analytica solvtio, et constructio. [electronic resource] / Authore J. Twysden = Certain mathematical problems, (concerning triangles as well oblique as rectangled,) / analytically resolved and effected, by J. Twysden.
Geometry, Enumerative -- See also the narrower term Curves
Geometry -- Foundations -- Congresses. : Algebraical and topological foundations of geometry : proceedings. / Sponsored by the International Mathematical Union. Organized on behalf of the Netherlands Mathematical Society, by Hans Freudenthal.
Geometry -- Greece. : Athletics and mathematics in archaic Corinth : the origins of the Greek stadion / David Gilman Romano.
Geometry -- Greece -- History. : La Géométrie grecque : comment son histoire nous est parvenue et ce que nous en savons / essai critique par Paul Tannery.
Geometry -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- 17th century. : Practical geometry or A manual of mathematical recreations. [electronic resource] : Shewing how to perform some select propositions of geometry ... As also how to find the true heights, depths, and distances of hills, castles, towers, or steeples ... And how to draw an horizontal dial for any latitude. Fitted for the ingenious of all ranks and professions ... and all other students in the mathematicks. / By James Corss mathematician.