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Topic: math query
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Antreas P. Hatzipolakis

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Re: math query
Posted: Oct 26, 1995 6:50 AM
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>I had not known of Schwartzman's book and am grateful for the reference.
>Other books on the subject are Menninger's text and also J.R. Hurford's
>"The Linguistic Theory of Numerals" (CUP, 1975) and "Language and Number"
>(Oxford: Blackwell, 1987), Thomas Crump's, "The Anthropology of Numbers"
>(CUP, 1990), O. Szemerenyi's "Studies in the Indo-European System of
>Numerals" (Carl Winter Universitaetverlag, 1960) and indeed I have seen
>others, but don't have the references so readily to hand.

And this one is significant,I think:
David Nelson - George Gheverghese Joseph - Julian Williams:
Multicultural Mathematics. Oxford - New York. Oxford Univ. Press 1993.
Note that it contains an excellent bibliography 17 pages long (pp.207-223)

Antreas P. Hatzipolakis
Anopolis, Sfakia, Crete

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