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Augustus Leopold Crelle, 1780–1855

  • Jean-Pierre Friedelmeyer

Abstract

All mathematicians know and read Crelle’s Journal. Few will know that its founder, Augustus Leopold Crelle, was one of the most eminent personalities in Berlin society of his time.

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  • Jean-Pierre Friedelmeyer

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