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Saint-Vincent, Grégoire de, 1584-1667

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Personal name headingSaint-Vincent, Grégoire de, 1584-1667
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Variant(s)Vincent, Grégoire de Saint-, 1584-1667
De Saint-Vincent, Grégoire, 1584-1667
A Sancto-Vincentio, Gregorius, 1584-1667
Gregorius a Sancto-Vincentio, 1584-1667
Gregory of Saint-Vincent, 1584-1667
Saint-Vincent, Gregorius, 1584-1667
A San Vicente, Gregorio, 1584-1667
Birth date1584-09-08
Death date1667-01-27
Place of birthBruges (Belgium)
Place of deathBruges (Belgium)
Field of activityMathematics
Profession or occupationCollege teachers
Found inCiermans, J. Theoremata mathematica scientiae staticae, 1624: t.p. (praeside R.P. Gregorio a S. Vincentio)
Backer-Sommervogel: v. 7, column 440 (Saint-Vincent, Grégoire de; b. Sept. 8, 1584 at Bruges; d. Jan. 27, 1667 at Ghent; Jesuit professor of mathematics)
Bibliothèque nationale de France online catalog, viewed July 21, 2009 (hdg.: Saint-Vincent, Grégoire de (S.J., le P.))
MacTutor profile, viewed 2 February 2021: (Gregorius Saint-Vincent Quick Info Born 8 September 1584 Bruges, Spanish Netherlands (now Belgium) Died 27 January 1667 Ghent, Spanish Netherlands (now Belgium) Summary Gregory of Saint-Vincent was a Flemish Jesuit who wrote a book covering many aspects of contemporary mathematics. View one larger picture Biography Gregory of Saint-Vincent was known as Grégoire and also by the Latin version of his name, Gregorius a Sancto Vincentio)
Between tradition and innovation, 2021: eCIP galley (Gregorio a San Vicente and the Flemish Jesuit Mathematics School)