Charles de Bovelles

Charles De Bovelles

Charles de Bouvelles (Carolus Bovillus) (born c. 1475 à Saint-Quentin, died at Ham after 1566) was a French mathematician, and canon of Noyon. His Géométrie en françoys (1511) was the first scientific work to be printed in French.

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