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Prof. Dr. Ivo Schneider

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[HM] Seeing Euler in Basel?
Posted: Apr 11, 2006 9:47 AM
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Dear David,

what you should see at any rate is the museum at the Münsterplatz, if I
recall that correctly. It houses a former lecturehall of the university
with an original "cathedra", from which the professors were reading their
lectures, and on the walls the original portraits of Euler and of course
of Jakob and Johann Bernoulli.
The most knowledgable men in Basel to consult are Emil Fellmann and Fritz
Nagel both of them involved in the Euler-edition.

Good luck

Ivo

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Pengelley" <davidp@nmsu.edu>
To: <historia-matematica@chasque.apc.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2006 3:36 PM
Subject: [HM] Seeing Euler in Basel?


>
> I'll be in Basel for a day soon. Does anyone know interesting Euler
> things to see there, e.g., in a museum?
>
> David Pengelley (davidp@nmsu.edu)
> Mathematics, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM 88003 USA
> Tel: 505-646-3901=dept., 505-646-2723=my office; Fax: 505-646-1064
> http://math.nmsu.edu/~davidp





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