Contents of the History of Sciences and Technology Journal


Contents

2016 (Vol. XLIX)

Obálka ročníku XLIX / 2016

Cover: Significant anniversaries of W. v. Siemens’ discoveries and inventions in electrotechnology – 150th and 160th

No. 3, Vol. XLIX (2016)

PAPERS
141 Hagecius Hermeticus. Astrological context of the scientific work of Tadeáš Hájek z Hájku (Thadeus Hagecius) ● Vojtěch Hladký
162 Importance of the gold mining in the medieval history of the Czech lands ● Petr Morávek
178 Investment and modernization of the Joint-stock Brewery in Smíchov in the years 1869–1918 ● Martin Minařík

COMMUNICATION
194 Joseph Stepling in the Royal Society Archive ● Josef Smolka

REVIEWS
207 Historia litteraria v českých zemích od 17. do počátku 19. století/Historia litteraria in the Czech lands from 17th to the beginning of the 19th centuries. Praha, 2015 ● Antonín Kostlán
208 Galileo Galilei: Hvězdný posel. Johannes Kepler: Rozprava s hvězdným poslem/Galileo Galilei: Astral herald. Johannes Kepler: Disputation with astral herald. Translated by Alena and Petr Hadravovi. Příbram, 2016 ● Antonín Kostlán
2013 Jahresbericht 2015 der Max-Planck-Geselschaft ● Jindřich Schwippel

CHRONICLE
215 36th International konference History of mathematics ● Martina Bečvářová
216 XIIth Workshop from the history of mathematics for teachers at secondary schools ● Martina Bečvářová
218 Minerva armata – Le università e la Grande guerra ● Martina Bečvářová

REPORTS
220 Reports from literature

No. 2, Vol. XLIX (2016)

PAPERS
61 New, beautiful, German and Czech: The Division of university Botanical Garden in Prague (1882–1898) ● Lucie Čermáková
87 Nursing education between tradition and modernity: efforts to enforce Anglo-Saxon model in the interwar Czechoslovakia ● Růžena Zaoralová

COMMUNICATION
110 Botanical document from the half of the 18th century –Joannes Kisling (1713–1748) ● Josef Smolka

REVIEWS
127 Kaspar Schott an Athanasius Kircher. Briefe 1650–1664. Würzburg, 2016 ● Josef Smolka
130 Erling Norrby. Nobelovy ceny a přírodní vědy. Praha, 2013 ● Jiří Jindra, sr.

CHRONICLE
135 Science – nation – history ● Jiří Jindra, sr.

REPORTS
136 Reports from literature

No. 1, Vol. XLIX (2016)

AS AN INTRODUCTION TO 2016
3 160th anniversary of the Siemens double-T anchor in dynamo-electric machines ● Jan Mikeš, Marcela Efmertová

PAPERS
8 Reception of Darwin’s evolutionary theory in the work of John Lubbock (1834–1913) and William Crookes (1832–1919) ● Pavel Pecháček
26 Tumours in works of Carl Rokitansky and Rudolph Virchow – a new paradigm in medicine ● Jan Hrudka

COMMUNICATION
45 Edition of John Lubbock’s books in Czech language at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and his correspondence with Czech translators ● Pavel Pecháček

REVIEWS
52 Jan Apotheker – Livia Simon Sarkadi (eds.). European Women in Chemistry. Weinheim, 2011 + Elena Zajceva (Baum) – Taťjana V. Bogatova (eds.). Ženščiny – chimiki. Moskva, 2013 ● Soňa Štrbáňová
55 Astrologers and their Clients in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Beihefte zum Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, 73, 2015 ● Ivan Hlaváček

REPORTS
56 Reports from literature

2015 (Vol. XLVIII )

Obálka ročníku XLVIII / 2015

Cover: 150th anniversary of the presentation of Gregor Johann Mendel’s research

No. 4, Vol. XLVIII (2015)

The issue is dedicated to the 7th International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science to be held in Prague, 22–24 September, 2016

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199 “Provincial” universities and scientific networks in the Habsburg monarchy. Introductory remarks ● Mitchell G. Ash
205 Absolute loyalty or the calm before the storm? Some events at the Prague University in the first half of the 19th century ● Milada Sekyrková
217 Communicating politics in the dissecting room. The influence of medical students and physicians from Prague Charles-Ferdinand University on the liberal model of human progress at Vienna University ● Felicitas Seebacher
229 Gathering Experience Abroad. The study-tours of students and teachers from the Technical University of Budapest 1899–1914 ● Attila Szilárd Tar
240 The dichotomy of students and university teachers of Slovenian descent between academic careers and the expectations of the Slovenian nationalists. From the March revolution to the dissolution of the Habsburg monarchy ● Ana Cergol Paradiž – Željko Oset
259 Alma mater Carolo-Ferdinandea – Alma mater Jagellonica. Mutual inspirations and contacts between Czech Charles-Ferdinand University in Prague and Jagiellonian University in Cracow 1882–1918 ● Marek Ďurčanský
274 Turning „province“ to a „centre“? Ambitions to establish institutionalized network of Slavic scientists at the turn of the 19th century ● Soňa Štrbáňová

REVIEWS
311 Leah DeVun: Prophecy, Alchemy, and the End of Time. John of Rupescissa in the Late Middle Ages // Proroctví, alchymie a konec času. John of Rupecissa v pozdním středověku. Columbia University Press, 2014 ● Vladimír Karpenko

REPORTS
314 Reports from literature
316 Review procedure in 2015

No. 3, Vol. XLVIII (2015)

PAPERS
135 Valeriano Magni (1586–1661) on the void ● Tomáš Nejescheba
151 Short message of Ottaviano Rovereti, doctor of Rudolf II ● Bohdana Divišová

REVIEWS
174 Claus Priesner. Chemie. Eine illustrierte Geschichte. Darmstadt, 2015 ● Vladimír Karpenko
175 Věda a technika v českých zemích mezi světovými válkami/Science and technology in the Czech lands between world wars. Jana Kleinová (ed.) Praha, 2014 ● Jiří Jindra
179 Deník profesora Josefa Charváta z roku 1945/Diary of Professor Josef Charvát from 1945. Marie Bahenská a Hana Barvíková (eds.). Praha, 2014 ● Hana Mášová
180 Kapitoly z dějin medicíny a veterinárního lékařství/Chapters from the history of medicine and veterinary medicine. R. Slabotínský a P. Stöhrová (eds.) Brno, 2015 ● Jiří Jindra
183 Martina Bečvářová – Ivan Netuka. Karl Löwner and his student Lipman Bers – Pre-war Prague mathematicians. Zürich, 2015 ● Jiří Veselý

CHRONICLE
185 The 42nd international congress for the history of pharmacy ● Tünde Ambrus
185 History of chemistry in Dresden ● Jiří Jindra
187 The international workshop to the history of human and veterinary medicine and pharmacy in Brno ● Jiří Jindra
188 Viennese conference on science, technology and industrial development in the Central Europe during the Cold War ● Antonín Kostlán
192 70 years of the studying pharmacy in Brno ● Jiří Jindra
192 The 56th workshop from the history of metallurgy ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
193 Reports from literature

No. 2, Vol. XLVIII (2015)

PAPERS
67 Idea of scientific philosophy in Franz Brentano ● Pavel Lomička
85 Transformation of the Czech brewery as mirrored in the development of technology, science, and technique and the application of its results in practice in the 19th century ● Michal Horáček

COMMUNICATION
102 Newly Deciphered Manuscript with Fragments of Ancient Works on Constellations from the 6th Century (Codex Climaci Rescriptus) ● Alena Hadravová – Petr Hadrava

REVIEWS
108 Lucie Storchová a kol. Koncepty a dějiny/Drafts and history. Praha, 2014 ● Iva Lelková
113 Martin Franc – Vlasta Mádlová. Dějiny Akademie věd v obrazech/Illustrated history of the Academy of Sciences. Praha, 2013 ● Jiří Jindra
116 Helena Kokešová. Eduard Albert (1841–1900). Praha, 2014 ● Ludmila Hlaváčková
117 Pivo, zbraně i tvarůžky/Beer, weapons, and even cakes of cheese. Drahomír Jančík – Barbora Štolleová (eds.). Praha, 2014 ● Bohumír Smutný

CHRONICLE
121 Mathematics and mathematicians in world war I ● Martina Bečvářová
122 Exact sciences and mathematics in Central-Eastern Europe from the mid-XIX century till WWII ● Martina Bečvářová
125 Eleven international symposium to the history of medicine, pharmacy and veterinary medicine, June 2015 ● Hana Mášová
128 Unfulfilled anniversary of the journal Collection ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
129 Reports from literature

No. 1, Vol. XLVIII (2015)

AS AN INTRODUCTION TO 2015
3 150 years since the presentation of results of G. J. Mendel’s experimental research ● Michal Šimůnek

PAPERS
6 From medicine to botany – Milestone Zalužanský ● Lucie Čermáková – Jan Janko
25 Pythagorean board in the Early Latin Middle Ages ● Marek Otisk

REVIEWS
50 Ivana Fialová – Daniela Tvrdoňová (eds.). Od špitála k nemocnici/From the medieval hospital to the present one. Bratislava 2013 ● Petr Svobodný
52 Rafał T. Prinke. Zwodniczy ogród błędów/Deceptive garden faults. Warszawa, 2014 ● Vladimír Karpenko
55 Miloš Grim (ed.) – Ondřej Naňka – Karel Černý (ed.). Anatomie od Vesalia po současnost/Anatomy from Vesalius to the present times. Praha, 2014 ● Jan Pastor
58 Martin Vonka: Tovární komíny…/Factory chimneys: Function – construction – architecture. Praha, 2014 ● Petr Svobodný

CHRONICLE
60 Threatened universities? ● Jiří Jindra
60 Czech science and technology during the Great War ● Jiří Jindra
61 Successes of the Czech science and technology ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
63 Reports from literature

2014 (Vol. XLVII )

Obálka ročníku XLVII / 2014

Cover: 500th anniversary of Copernicus’ Commentariolus, first mentioned in 1514

No. 4, Vol. XLVII (2014)

PAPERS
223 Alchemist Petr Hlavsa in services of Wilhelm von Rosenberg (Vilém z Rožmberka) – the world of thought and social conditions of Bohemian alchemist in the 16th century ● Magda Dostálová
238 Italian journey of J. M. Marci and Fr. K. Sternberg (1640) ● Josef Smolka
247 “If houses could speak.” The Building of the Chemical-Technological Engineering Institute in Prague-Dejvice and architect Severin Ondřej (1889–1964) ● Milena Josefovičová

REVIEWS
262 Alica Kapellerová – László Kovács. 150 rokov… [150 anniversary of the children’s hospital in Bratislava]. Bratislava, 2005 ● Petr Svobodný
264 Karel Chobot. Dějiny hmyzu… [History of insect in pictures, history of picture of insect]. Červený Kostelec, 2010 ● Monika Špeldová
266 Libor Koudela: O pojetí křivky [On conception of curve]. Kanina, 2013 ● Josef Janyška
269 Doubravka Olšáková. Věda jde k lidu! [Science goes to people!]. Praha, 2013 ● Miroslav Kunštát
276 Martin Franc a kolektiv. Dějiny ÚOCHB [History of the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry]. Praha, 2013 ● Jindřich Schwippel
281 Dušan Kováč a kolektiv. Dejiny SAV [History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences]. Bratislava, 2014 ● Jiří Jindra

CHRONICLE
283 Conference on correspondence of scholars ● Josef Smolka

REPORTS
284 Reports from literature

No. 3, Vol. XLVII (2014)

PAPERS
141 Genre of literary dream as an intellectual experiment of Early Modern science ● Iva Lelková
152 Orbis Naturalis Pictus: Illustration of nature, wieving of the marvellous. Legitimization of natural history illustration ● Jana Černá
176 Czech Translations of Albrant’s (Albrecht’s) Horse Medicine ● Alena M. Černá

COMMUNICATION
198 Neo-Darwinism and August Weismann ● Uwe HossfeLd, Michal V. Šimůnek & Ulrich Kutschera

DOCUMENT
207 Appeal to all Europeans ● Michal V. Šimůnek (ed.)

REVIEWS
210 Nancy G. Siraisi. Communities of Learned Experience. Epistolary Medicine in the Renaissance. Baltimore, 2013 ● Bohdana Divišová
213 Ivana Lorencová. Významné osobnosti české chemie v Archivu Národního technického muzea v Praze. Praha, 2013 ● Martin Franc

CHRONICLE
215 The 35th International Conference History of Mathematics ● Martina Bečvářová
217 Workshop of veterinaries, pharmacists and historians of science in Brno ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
219 Reports from literature

No. 2, Vol. XLVII (2014)

PAPERS
75 Science and scientists mirrored in daily (intimate) notes of Bohumil Němec ● Jan Janko
91 Alchemist Petr Hlavsa in services of Wilhelm von Rosenberg (Vilém z Rožmberka) – operational processes and technical equipment of laboratory ● Magda Dostálová

COMMUNICATION
111 Assertion of Newton’s theory in France in 18th century and attempts to question it ● Jiřina Krausová

REVIEWS
127 Jindřich Chatrný – Radana Červená (eds.). Otakar Teyschl. Univerzitní profesor – lékař – sběratel – mecenáš. Brno, 2012 ● Ivan Hlaváček
129 Michal V. Šimůnek – Antonín Kostlán (eds.). Disappeared Science: Jewish Scholars from Bohemia and Moravia – Victims of Nazism, 1939–1945. Praha – Červený Kostelec, 2013 ● Petr Svobodný
132 Gill Davies. Kompletní historie medicíny. Brno, 2013 ● BoHumil Tesařík
134 Miloš Hořejš. Protektorátní Praha jako německé město. Praha, 2013 ● Michal v. Šimůnek

CHRONICLE
136 41st international congress for the history of pharmacy in Paris ● Martina Lisá

REPORTS 137 Reports from literature

No. 1, Vol. XLVII (2014)

AS AN INTRODUCTION TO 2014
3 Commentariolus – a „lost and found“ milestone on the way to heliocentrism ● Martin Šolc

PAPERS
14 The first international pharmaceutical exhibition, held in Viena 1883, and Austro-Hungarian pharmacy ● Ladislav Svatoš
36 Entomological history of Prague and scientific research of Prague entomofauna. Third part ● Zdeněk Koleška

REVIEWS
58 Helmut Gebelein, Rainer Werthmann. Johann Rudolph Glauber. Kitzingen am Main, 2011 ● Vladimír Karpenko
60 Annette Lykkness – Donald L. Opitz – Brigitte van Tiggelen (eds.). For better or for worse? Heidelberg–New York–Dodrecht–London, 2012 ● Soňa Štrbáňová
67 Sybille Gerstengarbe. Paula Hertwig – Genetikerin im 20. Jahr-hundert. Stuttgart, 2012 ● Michal V. Šimůnek

CHRONICLE
69 Jubilee of Emil Zimmler ● Michaela Havelková – Jan Janko
70 Divided as well as connected by mountains’ ridges ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS 72 Reports from literature


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2013 (Vol. XLVI )

Obálka ročníku XLVI / 2013

Cover: 100th anniversary of Bohr model of the hydrogen atom

No. 4, Vol. XLVI (2013)

PAPERS
217 Arabic intellectual inspiration of the Latin West around year 1000 ● Marek Otisk
238 Pliny of the New World: Francisco Hernández and the first modern scientific expedition ● Jana Černá
255 Entomological history of Prague and of research of the Prague entomofauna. 2nd part ● Zdeněk Koleška

REVIEWS
271 Po stopách zdraví a nemoci člověka a zvířat II. R. Slabotínský, P. Stöhrová (eds.). Brno, 2013 ● Jiří Jindra
274 Anne C. Nagel. Hitlers Bildungsreformer. Frankfurt am Main, 2012 ● Helen Roche , Michal V. Šimůnek

CHRONICLE
276 Chemistry everywhere around us. New permanent exposition in the National Technical Museum, June 2013, Prague ● Jiří Jindra
277 Otto Wichterle in the mirror of archival documents, October 2013, Prague ● Tomáš Pavlíček
278 Czech-Norwegian workshop to the history of science, November 2013, Prague ● Helena Durnová 279 Anniversary of Emil Zimmler, November 2013, Prague ● MicHaela Havelková , Jan Janko

281 Review procedure in 2013

No. 3, Vol. XLVI (2013)

PAPERS
139 Template – immunological concept in the genetics’ services. On immunological theories in the 1st half of the 20th century and their influence on the terminology of molecular genetics ● Jana Hájková
151 On the ancestry of Josef Stepling ● Josef Smolka
164 Entomological history of Prague and of research of Prague entomofauna. 1st part ● Zdeněk Koleška

COMMUNICATION
181 Rockets, rackets, or racquets? Rockets before 1618 (battle at the Bílá Hora) in the Czech Lands ● Michal Plavec

REVIEWS
190 Claudia Stein. Negotiating the French pox in the early modern Germany. Ashgate, 2009 ● Bohdana Divišová
194 Laura J. McGough: Gender, sexuality, and syphilis in early modern Venice. Basingstoke – New York, 2011 ● Bohdana Divišová
199 Zbyněk Roček: Kronika zoologického poznávání. Praha, 2013 ● Jan Janko

CHRONICLE
200 The XIst workshop from the history of mathematics for teachers at secondary schools ● Martina Bečvářová
202 The 34th international conference History of mathematics ● Martina Bečvářová
203 The conference EAHMH, Lisbon 2013 ● Karel Černý
205 The international conference Perception of Sciences in Central and Eastern Europe in the Period 1850–1920 ● Martina Bečvářová
209 The workshop In the footsteps of man and of animals health III ● Jiří Jindra – Hana Mášová

REPORTS
211 Reports from literature

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No. 2, Vol. XLVI (2013)

PAPERS
75 Supposed “discovery” of the element dvimanganese in Czechoslovakia ● Jiří Jindra
84 Tadeáš Hájek (Thaddeus Hagecius) and Philipp Melanchthon ● Josef Smolka
94 Some issues on syphilis seen by the physician Christophoro Guarinoni (1534–1604) ● Bohdana Divišová
113 Curative medicine according to Professor Löw ● Pavel Drábek

REVIEWS
118 Ivo Proks: Celok je jednoduchší ako jeho časti. Bratislava, 2012 ● Jiří Jindra
121 Lawrence M. Principe: The Secrets of Alchemy. Chicago, 2013 ● Vladimír Karpenko
125 Zdeněk Koleška: Retrospektivní institucionální přírodovědný slovník českých zemí, 659 s. ● Jan Janko
127 Mitchell G. Ash and Jan Surman (eds): The Nationalization of Scientific Knowledge in the Habsburg Empire, 1848–1918. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 ● Antonín Kostlán

CHRONICLE
130 CERN a environs (science – arts – recycling), Prague, March 2013 ● Jiří Jindra
130 Conference on the history of chemistry, Heidelberg, March 2013 ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
133 Reports from literature

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No. 1, Vol. XLVI (2013)

AS AN INTRODUCTION TO 2013
3 Historical, philosophical and physical reflection of Bohr’s revolutionary step in 1913 . Filip Grygar

PAPERS
27 Monsters and limits of organization . Lucie Šarkadyová

COMMUNICATIONS
38 The History of Ancient Greek Language and the Contribution of Antonín Bartoněk to its Study II. The Testimony of the Inscriptions Written in Ancient Greek Dialects . Alena Hadravová
44 A forgotten invention from the early days of television. Fragments from the life and work of Jan Szczepanik, aka the Polish Edison . Vít Šmerha

REVIEWS
51 Věda a technika v Československu od normalizace k transformaci. Ivana Lorencová (ed.). Praha, NTM, 2012 . Jiří Jindra
55 Evžen Strouhal: Profesor Čeněk Strouhal – zakladatel české experimentální fyziky. Praha, Academia, 2012 . Jiří Jindra
59 Stekeler-Weithofer, Pirmin – Kaden, Heiner – Psarros, Nikolaos (eds.): An den Grenzen der Wissenschaft. Stuttgart – Leipzig, 2011. . Jan Janko

CHRONICLE
65 Repressed elite . Jiří Jindra
66 The 53rd workshop form the history of metallurgy . Jiří Jindra
66 Vegetative cytology – contemporary knowledge together with a small look into past . Jaromír Kutík
68 The exhibition Tycho Brahe . Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
69 Reports from literature

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2012 (Vol. XLV )

Obálka ročníku XLV / 2012

Cover: 100th anniversary of the Wegener´s theory of continental drift

No. 4, Vol. XLV (2012)

PAPERS
213 The end of the ‘irreplaceable man.’ The liquidation of Reinhard Heydrich in a medical context. Part. II. . Michal Šimůnek
251 To the birth and fall of legend about German atom scientists who did not want to construct nuclear weapons for Nazi Germany from the moral reasons . Filip Grygar

COMMUNICATIONS
271 We still do not know why they flower… A memory of the international symposium 1964 . Jan Krekule

REVIEWS
275 Johannes Kepler: Dioptrika. Olomouc, 2011 . Josef Smolka
278 Sabine Anagnostou, Florike Egmont, Christoph Friedrich (eds.): A passion for plants: materia medica and botany in scientific networks from the 16th to 18th centuries. Stuttgart, Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, 2011 . Pavel Drábek

CHRONICLE
281 Gallery of founders and personalities of the ASCR Jaroslav Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry . Jiří Jindra
282 Workshop „In the footsteps of health and disease of human beings and animals II. On the history and medicine, pharmacy and veterinary medicine in Brno, 11.–12. 9. 2012“ . Hana Mášová

REPORTS
285 Reports from literature
Review procedure in 2012

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PAPERS
141 German-speaking migration of mathematicians to and from Czechoslovakia, caused by National Socialism in Germany ● Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze
167 Science and Research in Czechoslovakia and the Model of Central Planning of Science in 1946–1960 ● Doubravka Olšáková
182 Conquerors of the Ultraviolet World ● Pavel Pecháček

REVIEWS
193 Ivo Cerman: Šlechtická kultura v 18. století. Filozofové, mystici, politici. Praha, 2011 ● Jan Janko
195 Claus Priesner: Geschichte der Alchemie. München, 2011 ● Vladimír Karpenko
198 Apotheker Kalender 2012. Calendar for Pharmacists. Stuttgart, Deutscher Apotheker Verlag, 2012 ● Pavel Drábek
199 Irene R. Lauterbach: Friedrich Witte (1829–1893). Stuttgart, Deutscher Apotheker Verlag, 2011 ● Pavel Drábek

CHRONICLE
200 The 10th International Symposium on the History of Medicine, Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2012 ● Jiří Jindra
203 The 33th International Conference on the History of Mathematics ● Martina Bečvářová

REPORTS
205 Reports from literature

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PAPERS
61 Was Bruno burned at the stake because of his cosmological ideas? ● Daniel Špelda
88 The First Ideological Conference of Academic Workers in Brno and its place in the history of Czechoslovak linguistics in the fifties of the twentieth century ● Vít Boček
105 Vladimír Bárta and his contribution to the formation of the Czechoslovak electro-technical industry ● Eva Mušková

COMMUNICATION
124 Ignaz Edler von Born and the Royal Society ● Mikuláš Teich

CHRONICLE
129 Science and technology in Czechoslovakia from “normalization” to “transformation” (1970s–1990s) ● Ivana Lorencová
131 Significant anniversary of the Moscow Institute for the History of Sciences and Technology ● Soňa Štrbáňová
134 Phenomenal woman ● Jiří Jindra

REPORTS
136 Reports from literature

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AS AN INTRODUCTION TO 2012
3 Significance of the continental drift theory of Alfred Wegener ● Aleš Špičák

PAPERS
7 The end of the „irreplaceable man“. Liquidation of R. Heydrich in the medical context. (Part I.) ● Michal V. Šimůnek
30 Vladimír J. A. Novák (1919–1997) and history of one concept (Part II.) ● Petr Hampl

REVIEWS
46 Alchymie a Rudolf II. Ivo Purš a Vladimír Karpenko (eds.). Praha 2011 ● Mikuláš Teich 48 Ivan Kupčík: Alte Landkarten. Stuttgart 2011 ● Eva Semotanová
51 Karel Wágner: Poltergeist existuje! Praha 2011 ● Vladimír Karpenko

CHRONICLE
53 32nd International Conference on History of Mathematics ● Martina Bečvářová
55 10th Workshop from the History of Mathematics for Teaching at Secondary Schools ● Martina Bečvářová
57 Conference Archeology & Anthropology, Prague, November 16, 2011 ● Lucia Hlavenková

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2011 (Vol. XLIV )

Cover of Vol. XLIII / 2011

Cover: 250 anniversary of the verification of irrationality of number π (Lambert)

No. 4, Vol. XLIV (2011)

PAPERS
219 Evolution born moist: Analogies and parallels of Anaximander’s primeval evolution and Darwinian evolution ● Radim Kočandrle – Karel Kleisner
237 Chosen undertakings of colonization of the same locators in Bohemia ● Zuzana Pešková

COMMUNICATION
261 Scouring board in Helpa – technical and cultural relic of the traditional craft in Slovakia ● Pavol Sakáč

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PAPERS
147 Vladimír J. A. Novák (1919.1997) and history of one concept ● Petr Hampl
165 Forest crafts and the development of chemical wood processing technology in the early-modern period ● Jiří Woitsch

COMMUNICATION
182 Collection of University Lectures and University Textbooks in the Archives of the Czech National Technical Museum ● Zdeněk Vácha

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PAPERS
  • Projects of Franz Gustav Wolff from Loket (Elbogen) on Substitution of Steam Engines of Vehicles by Mechanic Systems in 1846–1865 ● Ladislav Mergl
  • Transnational Turn-over? New trends in the Concept of World/European History and their Application at the History of Technology Studies ● Jiří Janáč
DOCUMENTS
  • Scientist and Friend Zdeněk Horský ● Jaroslav Kolár

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No. 1, Vol. XLIV (2011)

PAPERS
  • Changes of Concentric Metaphor of World’s Image. Symbols from Cyclades, Achilles’ Shield and Map of World by Anaximandres ● Zdeněk Kratochvíl
COMMUNICATIONS
  • The History of Ancient Greek Language and the Contribution of Antonín Bartoněk to its Study ● Alena Hadravová
INTERVIEW
  • “There is only one science…”. Břetislav Friedrich. 2nd Part ● Interview was conducted by Milena Josefovičová

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2010 (Vol. XLIII )

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No. 4, Vol. XLIII (2010)

PAPERS
225 Andrias Scheuchzeri and Andrias Bohemicus (not only) in the Czech Culture and Science • Marco Stella – Iva Lelková

COMMUNICATIONS
249 History of Biology and its Grande Dame Ilse Jahn (1922–2010) • Tomáš Hermann – Uwe Hoßfeld – Michal Šimůnek
255 Philipp Weselsky – Professor of Analytical Chemistry of the Vienna Technical University – 1828–1889 • Jiří Jindra

INTERVIEW
263 From the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences to Exile. Břetislav Friedrich • The interview was conducted by Milena Josefovičová

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No. 3, Vol. XLIII (2010)

PAPERS
  • Exile of Scientists and Scholars in the era of the Communist regime. Emigration from the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences ● ANTONÍN KOSTLÁN
  • The Most Common Interpretations of Mendelian Notation and their Relation to the Conceptions of Factor in Early Classical Genetics ● JANA HÁJKOVÁ
DISCUSSION
  • What Can we Really Say about Science? Reflections on Book of Jan Horský ● JAN JANKO

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No. 2, Vol. XLIII (2010)

PAPERS
  • Gerbert of Aurillac and Abacistic Skill of Calculation ● MAREK OTISK
  • The Hájek’s Version of the Mattioli’s Herbal ● PAVEL DRÁBEK
  • Lothar Tirala: A Breathtaking Career of a Moravian Gynaecologist in the Third Reich ● PETR SVOBODNÝ

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No. 1, Vol. XLIII (2010)

PAPERS
  • Renaissance Physician Georg Handsch (1529–1578) • JOSEF SMOLKA – MARTA VACULÍNOVÁ
  • Otakar Šulc – the First Czech Physical Chemist • JIŘÍ JINDRA
COMMUNICATION
  • On Scientometric Evaluation in Science and Humanities • PETR HADRAVA
  • The Struggle for Life in the Problem of Heredity • VÍTĚZSLAV OREL

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2009 (Vol. XLII )

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No. 4, Vol. XLII (2009)

PAPERS
  • Jaroslav Heyrovský and Nobel Prize for Chemistry: Happy Ending ● JIŘÍ JINDRA
  • Department of Iron Metallurgy at the College of Mining and Forestry of Banská Štiavnica and the Contribution of Prof. V. Barlai to the Establishment of the Experimental Laboratory for Iron Metallurgy ● IVAN HERČKO – ESTERA HRONČEKOVÁ
  • Emigration of workers of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences – Its Beginnings Between 1953–1966 ● JAN HÁLEK – VÁCLAV HANKOVEC

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PAPERS
  • Attempts to Reform Technical Universities in Czechoslovakia in the 1st half of 20th Century • MILENA JOSEFOVIČOVÁ
  • Council of the Mutual Economical Help (CMEH) and pharmaceutical industry of Czechoslovakia • RICHARD R. SENČEK
  • Emanuel Purkyně – the First Expert in Water Hygiene at the National Institute of Public Health • FRANTIŠEK KOŽÍŠEK

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No. 2, Vol. XLII (2009)

PAPERS
  • Unsuccessful Candidates for the Nobel Prizes for Chemistry till 1956 ● JIŘÍ JINDRA
  • “Disgusting” Medicaments in the Czech Medieval Manuscripts ● ALENA M. ČERNÁ
  • The Beginnings of the Radon Spa, Joachimsthal, Bohemia. Part II. Medical reports: medical indications, applications, and patients ● EMILIE TĚŠÍNSKÁ
  • Antibiotics in Czechoslovakia 1955–1957. Efficiency of their production and comparison with the world ● RICHARD R. SENČEK
  • DISCUSSION
  • Debatable Evaluation of Journals in History of Science and Technology

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PAPERS
1 Unsuccessful Candidates for the Nobel Prizes for Chemistry till 1956 • JIŘÍ JINDRA
17 “Disgusting” Medicaments in the Czech Medieval Manuscripts • ALENA M. ČERNÁ
29 The Beginnings of the Radon Spa, Joachimsthal, Bohemia. Part II. Medical reports: medical indications, applications, and patients • EMILIE TĚŠÍNSKÁ

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2008 (Vol. XLI )

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No. 4, Vol. XLI (2008)

PAPERS
233 Unsuccessful Candidates for the Nobel Prizes for Physics Until 1956 • JIŘÍ JINDRA
255 New Views on the Antikythera Mechanism • ALENA HADRAVOVÁ – PETR HADRAVA
267 Historical Survey of the Czech Participation in the International Entomological Congresses in the 20th Century • ZDENĚK KOLEŠKA

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PAPERS 145 Problems of Retrospective Diagnostics in the History of Medicine • KAREL ČERNÝ
155 On Diagnostics in Czech Written Medical Collections of the 15th and 16th Centuries • DAVID TOMÍČEK
173 Description of Dissection of Melchior’s from Redern Body in Havlíčkův Brod According to Funeral Preachment on September 20, 1600 • MILAN SVOBODA
185 The Level of Diagnostics in the 17th and 19th Century Based on Patients’ Reports of Prague Brothers’ of Charity and “Alžbětinky” Hospitals • IVANA EBELOVÁ
199 Diagnosis in the Diary of Physician Dr. J. Hruš from 1840 • LUDMILA HLAVÁČKOVÁ
205 The Beginning of the Radon Spa, Jochamisthal, Bohemia. Part I. Its Organization: Impulses and Connections • EMILIE TĚŠÍNSKÁ

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No. 2, Vol. XLI (2008)

PAPERS
65 Table of Lunar Equations in Paulerinus’ Encyclopedy and its Comparison with Almagest, Toletan and Alfonsine Tables • ALENA HADRAVOVÁ – PETR HADRAVA
85 Thaddaeus Hagecius’ Metoposcopical Aphorisms • JOSEF SMOLKA – MARTIN ŠOLC
103 „Des deifels goltmacher haben kein golt im Peitl“. Story of the Imperial Chymicus Wenzel Seiler in the Light of Documents of the Archive of Town Brno • RUDOLF SOUKUP – JAROMÍR HLADÍK

COMMUNICATION
130 Nearly Forgotten Physician Josef Čejka • JOSEF ŽÁN

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No. 1, Vol. XLI (2008)

PAPERS
1 Group “Health Care” of the Office of Reichsprotektor in Bohemia and Moravia in 1939–1942. Part II – Staff and Agenda • MICHAL ŠIMŮNEK
27 Elektrochemical Power Sources in Czechoslovakia till 1989. Chapter from the History of Czech Electrochemistry. Part II. Secondary Cells (Accumulators) • JIŘÍ JINDRA

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2007 (Vol. XXXX )

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No. 4, Vol. XXXX (2007)

PAPERS
209 • History of the Confiscated Property of the Czech Technical University in 1939–1945 • MILENA JOSEFOVIČOVÁ
229 • (Half) Forgotten Inventor Vladimír Svatý • VLASTIMIL HAVLÍK

COMMUNICATION
239 • On Forty Years of Our Journal • PAVEL DRÁBEK

BIBLIOGRAPHY
243 • Bibliography of Papers Published in DVT – Dějiny věd a techniky in 1993–2007 • PAVEL DRÁBEK

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ESSAY
137 • The 20th Century and the Development of Technology and Science • JAROSLAV FOLTA

PAPERS
151 • Intellectuals Saved from Nazism by Turkey: The Czechoslovak Connection • ARNOLD REISMAN
175 • Electrochemical sources of current in Czechoslovakia till 1989. Chapter from the history of Czech electrochemistry. Part I. Primary cells, lithium cells, conductive polymers, and composite electrodes • JIŘÍ JINDRA

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PAPERS
65 • Research of Heredity – on Route to Understanding of Mendel’s Discovery • VÍTĚZSLAV OREL
73 • Origin of the National Enterprise Biogena • RICHARD R. SENČEK
87 • The Beginnings of the Czech Electrochemistry (to 1920) • JIŘÍ JINDRA
103 • The Czechoslovak Betatron • IGOR JANOVSKÝ

COMMUNICATION
119 • The Beginnings of the Ether Anaesthesia in Moravia in February 1847 • JAKUB VETEŠNÍK

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No. 1, Vol. XXXX (2007)

PAPERS
1 • On Contacts of Georg Buquoy (1781–1851) with Scholars Abroad • LUBOŠ NOVÝ
13 • The Historical Development of Application Techniques for the Protection of Plants in the Czech lands • ZDENĚK KOLEŠKA

COMMUNICATION
35 • Vladislav Přistoupil as one of the First Czech Research Chemists in the Association for the Chemical and Metallurgical Production • IVANA LORENCOVÁ

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2006 (Vol. XXXIX )

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No. 4, Vol. XXXIX (2006)

PAPERS

  • 217 • Czech Lands and Nobel Prizes for Physiology and Medicine in 1901–1955 • Jiří Jindra
  • 233 • Group of Health care of the Office of the Reich protector in Bohemia and Moravia in 1939–1942. Part I – Origin, Establishment, Division • Michal Šimůnek
  • 263 • Henrik Mayer´s Historical Report on the Medicinal Use of Mineral Spa in Rudnik • Jana Balegová

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PAPERS

  • 145 • Forgotten Professor of the German Technical University in Prague Fritz Lehmann • MILENA JOSEFOVIČOVÁ
  • 163 • On Possibilities to Identify Allocation of Villages in the Czech Lands in the Middle Ages • JIŘÍ ŠKABRADA – ZUZANA PEŠKOVÁ
  • 179 • Critical Period after the First Reorganization of Study at the Mining Academy in Banská Štiavnica • IVAN HERČKO

DISCUSSION

  • 195 • Small Thought for the Learned Society of the Czech Republic • JIŘÍ BERAN

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ESSAY

  • 73 • What Does the Revolutionary Spirit of the Scientific-TechnicalDevelopment in 20th Century Consist in? • MIKULÁŠ TEICH

PAPERS

  • 81 • Once More to the “Prized Task” of the Prague Learned Society in 1834 • LUBOŠ NOVÝ
  • 99 • Water in the Old Czech Medicine and Lexicon • ALENA M. ČERNÁ

COMMUNICATION

  • 111 • Architect of the So Called Darwinian Synthesis and the New History of Biology – Ornithologist, Philosopher and Historian Ernst Mayr (1904–2005) • THOMAS JUNKER – UWE HOSSFELD – TOMÁŠ HERMANN
  • 117 • Electro-luminescent Diodes in the Czechoslovak Electronic Industry • JIŘÍ CETKOVSKÝ
  • 121 • Edition Series “History of Mathematics” • EDUARD FUCHS – EMILIE TĚŠÍNSKÁ

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No. 1, Vol. XXXIX (2006)

PAPERS

  • 1 • The Czech Lands and Nobel Prizes for Physics and Chemistry in 1901–1954 • JIŘÍ JINDRA

COMMUNICATION

  • 25 • Restored Old Electric Instrument in the Strahov Monastery • LADISLAV MERGL
  • 30 • Thermo-electricProcessesinSemi-conductors • JIŘÍ CETKOVSKÝ
  • 33 • First Electronic Calculating Machines in Czechoslovakia • JIŘÍ CETKOVSKÝ

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2005 (Vol. XXXVIII)

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No. 4, Vol. XXXVIII (2005)

PAPERS
225 • From ‘Gnoseology’ in the Development of Genetics to Philosophy of Global Problems • VÍTĚZSLAV OREL
239 • Medicine and the Liberal Arts in the Middle Ages • DAVID TOMÍČEK
257 • On some Information on Alchemistic Coins and Medals • VLADIMÍR KARPENKO

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PAPERS
153 • Changes of Linear Measures in the Czech Mining and their Reasons • LADISLAV JANGL
171 • First Patents of the Magnetically Levitated Trains • MARTIN JEDLIČKA
181 • Representation of Zoology and Entomology at Congresses of Czech Naturalists and Physicians in Prague • ZDENĚK KOLEŠKA

DOCUMENT
201 • Curriculum vitae of PhDr. Josef Podpěra • VLADIMÍR VACEK (Ed.)

INFO
209 • The European Society for History of Science (ESHS) • SOŇA ŠTRBÁŇOVÁ

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No. 2, Vol. XXXVIII (2005)

REFLECTION
81 • Museum of C. Sternberg and Academia of J. E. Purkyně • JAN JANKO

PAPERS
87 • Sur le retentissement des travaux mathématiques de B. Bolzano • LUBOŠ NOVÝ
97 • Redox Deposition of Metals from Solutions as Alleged Transmutation • VLADIMÍR KARPENKO

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No. 1, Vol. XXXVIII (2005)

PAPERS
1 • To Forty Years of the Society for the History of Sciences and Technology • PAVEL DRÁBEK – JAROSLAV FOLTA
9 • History of Science and Technology Between Science and Popularisation • LUBOŠ NOVÝ
31 • Historical Research at the Restoration of Genetics in Brno after 1948 • VÍTĚZSLAV OREL
55 • Jan Kořan, Significant Researcher and Organizer of the History of Sciences and Technology • MILOŠ HOŘEJŠ
59 • Important Moments in the Work of the Plzeň Branch of the Society in the Past 40 Years + Portrait of Vladimír Bárta • DANIEL MAYER
63 • Founders of the Olomouc and Brno Branch of the Society • JIŘINA KALENDOVSKÁ

DOCUMENTS 65 • To the Czechoslovak Society for the History of Sciences and Technology Origin (from the Report at the Establishing General Assembly on April 9, 1965) • JAN KOŘAN
70 • Establishment of the Czechoslovak Society for the History of Sciences and Technology • JOSEF SMOLKA
73 • Establishing General Assembly of the Slovak Committee of the Czechoslovak Society for the History of Sciences and Technology • MÁRIA BOKESOVÁ-UHEROVÁ

SUMMARY
74 • Contributions to the Forty Years of the Society for the History of Sciences and Technology

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2004 (Vol. XXXVII )

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On the cover J. A. Fleming’s diode (oscillation valve) from 1904

No. 4, Vol. XXXVII (2004)

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PAPERS    

  • Die Enteignung des Prager Sanatoriums in Podolí – Drahomír Suchánek
    (Vyvlastnění Pražského sanatoria v Praze-Podolí. Příspěvek k dějinám znárodňování ve zdravotnictví)
  • Committee for the Establishing of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences constituted at the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in 1951 – Jiří Beran
    (Komise pro zřízení Československé akademie věd utvořená při ÚV KSČ roku 1951)
  • Czech Uranium and the Nuclear Energetics – Arnošt Komárek
    (Český uran a jaderná energetika)

No. 3, Vol. XXXVII (2004)

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PAPERS    

  • Prague Sanatorium in Podolí – Realized Dream of Professor R. Jedlička – Ludmila Hlaváčková
    (Pražské sanatorium v Podolí – uskutečněný sen profesora R. Jedličky)
  • From the International Hygiene Exhibition to the Reich’s City of Health: Dresden’s Contributions to the Development in Eugenics in the First Half of the 20th Century – Michal Šimůnek
    (Od mezinárodní hygienické výstavy k říšskému městu zdraví: Drážďanské příspěvky k vývoji eugeniky v první polovině 20. století)

No. 2, Vol. XXXVII (2004)

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PAPERS

  • The Influence of Natural Science on the Modern Perception of Nature — Karel Stibral – Stanislav Komárek — 65
  • Czechoslovak paediatrician and anthropologist, University professor MUDr. et RNDr. Jindřich Antonín Valšík (1903–1977) —  Eugen Strouhal — 77
  • Fuel Galvanic Cells in Czechoslovakia. Chapter From the History of the Czech Electrochemistry in the 20th Century—  Jiří Jindra — 93

No. 1, Vol. XXXVII (2004)

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PAPERS

  • History of Solitons and Their Aplication in Optical Communications —  Tomáš Martan — 1
  • Stalin and Lysenkoism—according to Documents from the Opened Archives —  Vítězslav Orel — 23

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2003 (Vol. XXXVI )

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The Wright brothers made the first successful flight in a powered heavier than-air machine in North Carolina in 1903— on the cover

No. 4, Vol. XXXVI (2003)

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  • Luboš Nový:
    Les congres internationaux des mathematiciens jusqu’a la deuxieme guerre mondiale 193
  • Pavel Šišma:
    The Origins of Technical Type Schools in Brno 219
  • Ladislav Jangl:
    Die Bedeutung und die entwicklung der etalone der WienerKlafter. Ermittelung des metrischen Wertes der Wiener Klafter 239

No. 3, Vol. XXXVI (2003)

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  • Ladislav Jangl:
    Die Bedeutung und die Entwicklung der etalone und der Umrechnungen der Wiener Klafter. Die Entwicklung der Etalone der Wiener Klafter 129
  • Milan Nesměrák:
    Darstellungen der Bauwerke des Typs Tholos aus der Zeit der Antike als Unterlage für die Rekonstruktion ihrer ursprünglichen Form 147
  • Jiří Majer:
    Die Anfänge des montanistischen Schulwesens in Europa während des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts 151

No. 2, Vol. XXXVI (2003)

PAPERS abstracts of papers

  • Lenka Lomtatidze:
    RENÉ DESCARTES AND NOTION OF CURVE VIEWED FROM 21ST CENTURY 65
  • Benjamin Page:
    IMPRESSIONS: THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION AND EARLY CZECHOSLOVAKIA. WORK... AND CRITICS 89

No. 1, Vol. XXXVI (2003)

PAPERS abstracts of papers

  • Luboš Nový:
    COMMUNAUTÉ SCIENTIFIQUE TCHEQUE DANS LA PREMIERE MOITIÉ DU XIXe SIECLE 1
  • Alexandr Drbal—Václav Nejedlý
    A BRIEF HISTORICAL SURVEY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF SURVEYING AND CATASTRE ON TRANSCARPATHIAN DURING THE TIME PERIOD OF
    AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA
    19
  • Vítězslav Orel—Mirko Treu
    PROBLEM´S QUESTIONS BEFORE THE FORMULATION OF EMPIRICAL GENETIC LAWS IN BRNO IN 1819 45

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2002 (Vol. XXXV )

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No. 3—4, Vol. XXXV (2002)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Eugen STROUHAL: Diseases and Their Treatment in Ancient Egypt /129/
  • Benjamin PAGE: Impressions: the Rockefeller Foundation and Early Czechoslovakia /151/
  • Hana MÁŠOVÁ: Prostějov and Zlín—Two Moravian Hospitals in the Interwar Czechoslovakia /177/
  • Rudolf BÖHM—Jiří ŠINDELÁŘ: Renewal of Genetics in Veterinary Medicine in Brno /211/
  • Milan NESMĚRÁK: Bauwerke des Typs der Monopteros in der böhmischen Architektur /219/
COMMUNICATION
  • Jirí CETKOVSKÝ: On the Development of Digital Integrated Circuits /229/
REVIEWS
  • Milada Říhová: Dvorní lékař posledních Lucemburků. Albík z Uničova (Bohdana DIVIŠOVÁ) /232/
  • R. J. Wood - V. Orel: Genetic Prehistory in Selective Breeding: A Prelude to Mendel (Mirko TREU) /234/
CHRONICLE
  • 19th Seminary for Teachers of the History of Sciences and Technology (Jaroslav FOLTA) /236/
  • XXI. International Congress for the History of Science, Mexico City, July 2001 (Soňa ŠTRBÁŇOVÁ) /237/
  • Comparative Project Health and Social Change. Evora, September 2002 (Hana MÁŠOVÁ) /243/
  • On Hans Prescher´s Bequest (Josef HAUBELT) /246/
  • Evening with the History of Medicine in Pilsen (Jaroslav KOHOUT) /246/
  • Aeronautics and Town Pilsen (Jaroslav KOHOUT) /247/
  • International Scientific Meeting at Tubingen University (Josef HAUBELT) /248/
  • 41th Mining Pribram (Josef HAUBELT) /249/

REPORTS Reports from literature /150, 210, 218, 227, 251/

No. 2, Vol. XXXV (2002)

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  • Michael HEYROVSKÝ: The Origin of Polarography. On its 80th Anniversary /65/
  • Tomáš HERMANN: Bibliography of Emanuel Rádl´s Works until 1918 /77/
COMMUNICATION
  • Jiří HOFMAN: The Development of Radiotechnical Searchers in Czechoslovakia /99/
REVIEWS
  • Miroslava Hejnová: Pietro Andrea Mattioli, 1501—1578 (Pavel DRÁBEK) /111/
  • Hans­Werner Schutt: Auf der Suche nach dem Stein der Weisen. Die Geschichte der Alchemie (Vladimir KARPENKO) /111/
  • S. I. Kovář: Antonín Bečvář, astronom, který miloval mraky (František JÁCHIM) /115/
  • Karel Sklenář: Obraz vlasti. Příběh Národního muzea (Milada SEKYRKOVÁ) /116/
  • Kristan z Prachatic: Stavba a užití astrolábu (Josef SMOLKA) /118/
  • Zdeněk Fejfar et al.: Česká kardiologie a kardiologové. Črty z historie (Ludmila HLAVÁČKOVÁ) /120/
CHRONICLE
  • The 7th Seminary from the History of Science and Technology (Hana BARVÍKOVÁ) /109/
  • Technology and Pharmacology (Hana BARVÍKOVÁ) /110/

REPORTS Reports from literature /76, 98, 122/

No. 1, Vol. XXXV (2002)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Luboš NOVÝ: Jan Tesánek et Principia mathematica philosophiae naturalis de Isaac Newton /1/
  • Milan NESMĚRÁK: Bauwerke des Typs Tholos (Peripteros mit kreisrundem Grundriss) in der böhmischen Architektur des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts und ihre typologischen und Konstruktionsvorbilder /25/
COMMUNICATION
  • Jindřich SCHWIPPEL: Evidence of a period—end of F. A. Petřina´s grave. On accession and utilization of technologist´s personal papers /33/
DISCUSSION
  • Ladislav JANGL: On teaching of the history of sciences and technology /37/
REVIEWS
  • Czech books on architecture in the last years (Marie BENEŠOVÁ) /55/
CHRONICLE
  • Jubilee of symposium “Mining Příbram” in science and technology (Josef HAUBELT) /21/
  • 2001—anniversaries of two geologists from Bílina (Josef HAUBELT) /23/

REPORTS Reports from literature /24, 36, 48/
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2001 (Vol. XXXIV )

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No. 4, Vol. XXXIV (2001)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Jiří MAJER: Uranium in the Czech History /233/
  • Karel BERKA: Josef Sedláček—a Neglected Scholar of Bolzano´s Logic /261/
  • Josef SMOLKA: A la date de la naissance de Thaddaeus Hagecius /271/
REVIEWS
  • Zdeněk Kárník: České země v éře první republiky. I. (Ivan JAKUBEC) /279/
  • Jaroslav Folta (ed.): Beginnings of electricity research (Rudolf KOLOMÝ) /281/
  • Otto Hwaletz: Die österreichische Montanindustrie im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (Jiří MAJER) /284/
CHRONICLE
  • The 5th International Symposium on the History of Medicine, Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine, 2001(Ludmila CUŘÍNOVÁ) /287/
  • Occupational Health and Public Health, 2001 (Hana MÁŠOVÁ) /288/
  • Silver Jihlava (Iglau). Seminary from the history of mining, 2001 (Josef HAUBELT) /290/
  • Tycho Brahe and Prague: Crossroads of European Science, Prague 2001 (Alena HADRAVOVÁ and Petr HADRAVA) /291/
  • Seminary from the History of Metallurgy, Prague 2001 (Zdeněk RASL) /295/

REPORTS Reports from literature /260, 295/

No. 3, Vol. XXXIV (2001)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Jan HORSKÝ: Modern Science, Rosicrucian Thinking and Czech Evangelics. Remarks on the Czech Issue of Frances A. Yates’ Book /169/
  • Zdeněk KOLEŠKA: Jan Roubal, Famous Personality in the History of Czech­Slovak Entomology /185/
  • Gustav NOVOTNÝ: History of Czechoslovak Forests-Contribution of Josef Nožička /205/
CHRONICLE
  • Symposium to the 450th Anniversary of M. Maestlin Birth (Josef SMOLKA) /203/
  • World Pilgrimage and the Czech Culture of Books (Jirí PROCHÁZKA) /226/
  • Seminary from the History of Metallurgy in 2000 (Zdenek RASL) /227/
  • Seminary on the Development of the Technical Education in Europe (to the 50th Anniversary of the Electrotechnical Faculty of the Prague Technical University) (Jana NEKVASILOVÁ) /228/
  • Siena Symposium to the 500th Anniversary of P. A. Mattioli Birth (Milos ROTTER) /229/

REPORTS Reports from literature /232/

No. 2, Vol. XXXIV (2001)

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  • Pavel ŠIŠMA: Mathematicians at Brno German Technical University /105/
  • Alfred HYNA: Beginnings of Technical University Education in Plzeň (Pilsen) /129/
RECENZE
  • Rienitz Joachim: Historisch-physikalische Entwicklungslinien optischer Instrumente (Von der Magie zur partiellen Kohaerenz) (Josef SMOLKA) /143/
  • Historical Mathematical Texts on Internet (Pavel ŠIŠMA) /145/
  • Oskar Kolberg 1814-1890, Stanisław Kutrzeba 1876-1946, Stanisław Tarnowski 1837-1917, Tadeusz Kowalski 1889-1948 (Marek ĎURČANSKÝ) /146/
  • Ferri, Sara (ed.): Pietro Andrea Mattioli. Siena 1501-Trento 1578: La vita, le opere con l´identificazione delle piante (Jan JANKO) /150/
CHRONICLE
  • Conference Between Physics and Biology: Chemical Sciences in the Twentieth Century (Soňa ŠTRBÁŇOVÁ) /151/

REPORTS Reports from literature /128, 142, 167/
SOCIETY Report on the Society for the History of Sciences and Technology (1998-2000) /165/

No. 1, Vol. XXXIV (2001)

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  • Jakub LIKOVSKÝ: Das Darstellen von Krankheiten und Verletzungen auf den tschechischen Gemälden der späten Gotik und Renaissance /1/
  • Milada ŘÍHOVÁ: Three Yet Unknown Regimina Sanitatis for Rulers from Luxemburg Dynasty /9/
  • Bohdana BURŠÍKOVÁ: The Collection of Consilia by the Emperor's Doctor Christophoro Guarinoni /23/
  • Jana SMÍŠKOVÁ: Die Stiftungs­Instruktionen und Ordnungen der herrschaftlichen Spitälern im 18. Jahrhundert in Böhmen /39/
  • Ludmila HLAVÁČKOVÁ: Alois Kraus und die Anfänge der Dermatovenerologie an der Prager medizinischen Fakultät /53/
  • Hana MÁŠOVÁ: Hospitals in the Industrial Centres of the Czechoslovak Republic (1918—1939) /63/
REVIEWS
  • History of Medicine in Czechia between 1993 and 2000 (Petr SVOBODNÝ) /91/
CHRONICLE
  • Conference “Century of Women­Physicians” (Petr SVOBODNÝ) /101/

REPORTS Reports from literature /8, 38, 52, 62/
CONTENTS Contents of Volume XXXIII (2000) /103/
NOTICE Notice, Offer of Our Publications /90/


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2000 (Vol. XXXIII )

Cover of DVT 2000

The 500th anniversary of death of Czech polyhistor Tadeáš Hájek z Hájku (Thaddeus Hagecius)-–on the cover

Special issue (No. 5) to millenium

No. 4, Vol. XXXIII (2000)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Jan JANKO: SOCIETY, LIFE AND HEALTH. ON THE SOCIAL ENGINEERING INFLUENCED BY BIOLOGY IN THE 1ST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY /177/
  • Eva PROCHÁZKOVÁ: Die Forschung über elektrische Leitungsfähigkeit der Metalle in der Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts /193/
REVIEWS
  • Karl Stocker—Otto Hwaletz—Stella Rollig: Verkehr. Steirische Landesausstellung 1999 (Ivan Jakubec) /211/
  • Jiří Grygar: Čtyřicet let rozvoje astronomie (1959—1999). Úpice 1999 (Josef SMOLKA) /212/
  • Daniel Mayer: Pohledy do minulosti elektrotechniky. České Budějovice 1999 (Ladislav MERGL) /213/
  • Geschichte der Biologie—Theorien, Methoden, Institutionen, Kurzbiographien. Herausgegeben von Ilse Jahn unter Mitwirkung von Erika Krauße, Rolf Löther, Hans Querner, Isolde Schmidt und Konrad Senglaub (Jan JANKO) /215/
  • Rainer Gebhardt (ed.): Rechenbücher und mathematische Texte der frühen Neuzeit. Annaberg-Bucholz, Adam-Ries-Bund (Luboš NOVÝ) /217/
  • Ján Tibenský—Ondrej Pöss (eds.): Priekopníci vedy a techniky na Slovensku. Sv. 3. Bratislava 1999 (Luboš NOVÝ) /217/
CHRONICLE
  • Conference “Health and rapid transformation” (in historical perspective) Warsaw, May 25—26, 2000 (Hana Mášová) /223/

No. 3, Vol. XXXIII (2000)

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  • Jiří BERAN: ZDENĚK NEJEDLÝ IN THE INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE CZECH SCIENCE BETWEEN 1945—1952 /121/
  • Milič JIRÁČEK: HUNDRED YEARS OF TEACHING PHOTOGRAPHY AT CZECH UNIVERSITIES /147/
DISCUSSION
  • Pavel SVITÁK: Once more about LUDVÍK OČENÁŠEK /157/
REVIEW
  • Akademie der Wissenschaften. Entwicklung einer österreichischen Forschungsinstitution. Wien 1997 (Magdalena POKORNÁ) /169/
  • Jean Gayon, Darwin et’apres-Darwin (Vítězslav OREL) /171/
CHRONICLE
  • Seminary on the History of Science and Technology (CeFReS) (Josef SMOLKA) /173/

JOURNAL Journals on the History of Science and Technology /175/ ANNOUNCEMENT Special Issue (No 5) to Milenium /176/

No. 2, Vol. XXXIII (2000)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Jiří MAJER: Silver Production with the Process of the Amalgamation in Jáchymov (Joachimsthal) in 1786—1848 /65/
  • Eva PROCHÁZKOVÁ: Studium der Zusammenhänge von mechanischen Eigenschaften der Metalle mit anderen physikalischen Phänomenen in der Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts /85/
  • Vladimír KARPENKO—Pavla WIDZOVÁ: Two Alchemical Recipes from the Possession Hynek of Poděbrady /99/
REVIEW
  • Ondřejovská hvězdárna 1898—1998 [Observatory in Ondřejov]. Astronomický ústav ČSAV 1998 (Josef SMOLKA) /116/
CHRONICLE
  • Symposium “Medieval Scholar Křišťan z Prachatic” (Josef SMOLKA) /97/

REPORTS from literature /118/
ANNOUNCEMENT XXIth International Congress for the History of Science; Selected bibliography of the Czech Historians (Josef Smolka) /120/

No. 1, Vol. XXXIII (2000)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Pavel DRÁBEK-Jaroslav FOLTA: Present Situation and Problems in the History of Sciences and Technology in the Czech Republic /1/
  • Ivan JAKUBEC: Symbiosis of the History of Sciences and Technology and Economic and Social History /13/
  • Pavel SVITÁK: On the History of the Czech Aviation /21/
  • Jana MANDLEROVÁ: Technocratic Tendencies in the Národohospodáoský ústav (National-Economic Institute) Between Two World Wars /29/
COMMUNICATION
  • Vladimír KARPENKO: France After the Thirty Years' War: a Way How to Get Rich /41/
  • Jiří CETKOVSKÝ:Research in the Czechoslovak Low-tension Electrotechnic Industry in the years 1946—1989 /47/
CHRONICLE
  • On the 500th Anniversary of Letterpress (Jiří PROCHÁZKA) /46/
  • Seminary from the History of Metallurgy in 1999 (Zdeněk RASL) /54/
  • Colloquy on the Academy of Science of Berlin-Town in the Divided Germany 1945—1990 (Karel MÜLLER) /54/
  • Two Exhibitions of the Health-Care Museum (Ludmila CUŘÍNOVÁ) /56/

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1999 (Vol. XXXII )


Cover of DVT 1999

The 100th anniversary of the founding of the Technical University, Brno, is commemorated by this part of its chancellor’ chain on the cover

No. 4, Vol. XXXII (1999)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Jiří MAJER: Boom and crisis in Czech ore mining (to the industrial period) /193/
  • Gustav NOVOTNÝ: Professor ing. Gustav Artner /215/
COMMUNICATION
  • Vítězslav OREL: The development of genetics in our country in the reflections of Jan Nečásek (1925—1998) /239/
REVIEW
  • Wissenschaftsgeschichte in Osteuropa. Wiesbaden 1998 (Ivan JAKUBEC) /249/
CHRONICLE
  • History of Sciences and Technology on the 8th Congress of Historians in the Czech Republic (Pavel DRÁBEK—Jaroslav FOLTA) /251/
  • European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHMH) and the Conference “Healthy Life: People, Perceptions, Politics” in September 1999 (Hana MÁŠOVÁ) /253/

REPORTS from literature
ANNOUNCEMENT

No. 3, Vol. XXXII (1999)

PAPERS     go   abstracts of papers
  • Milada SEKYRKOVÁ: Die Studenten aus böhmischen Ländern am Polytechnischen Institut in Wien in 1850—1875 /129/
  • Vladimir KARPENKO: Several views of alchemical transmutation /143/
  • Radek CHLUP: Theory of planetary movements as interpreted by the Neoplatonic Proclus /155/
  • Eva PROCHÁZKOVÁ: Elektrische und magnetische Messmethoden in der Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts /169/
CHRONICLE
  • Metallurgical Symposium in Rokycany (Gustav HOFMANN) /183/
  • The Second Meeting of Universities Archivists of the Czech Republic (Milada SEKYRKOVÁ) /184/
  • History of Radio and Television Studio Technology (Jiří PAZDERÁK—Aleš KRUMPHANZL) /184/
  • The 4th International Symposium on the History of Medicine, Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine in Bratislava 1999 (Hana MÁŠOVÁ) /187/

No. 2, Vol. XXXII (1999)

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  • Vítězslav OREL: The rediscovery of the scientific animal breeding school in the context of the origin and acceptance of Mendels discovery /57/
  • František VICHTA: Sechzig jahre des betriebs den prager personendampfer Antonín Švehla und dr. Edvard Beneš (1938—1998) /71/
COMMUNICATION
  • Zdeněk KOLEŠKA: Gesellschaft für physiokratie in Böhmen und die aktivitäten ihrer entomologischen sektion /81/
  • Gustav NOVOTNÝ: The first forestry course and the anniversary celebration at the Department of Forestry of the University of Agriculture in Brno in 1929 /109/
REVIEW
  • Marcela C. Efmertová: České země v letech 1848—1918. Praha, Libri 1998;Jitka Lněničková: České země v době předbřeznové 1792—1848. Praha, Libri 1999. (Jakub JANKOVEC) /125/
  • Significant Contributions on the History of Czech Oriental Studies. Index to Volumes 1–60 (1929–1992) – Nový Orient. Článková bibliografie. Ročník 1—50 (1945/46—1995) (Jiří BEČKA) /126/
CHRONICLE
  • Anniversary Exhibition of the National Museum in Prague (Jiří MAJER) /108/

No. 1, Vol. XXXII (1999)

PAPERS
  • Jaroslav FOLTA: Teaching the History of Sciences or a Vicious Circle /1/
  • John L. HEILBRON: Lessons from Teaching the History of Science /5/
  • Hans-Joachim BRAUN: History of Technology in the Training of Engineers /19/
  • Danielle FAUQUE: Introduction to the History of Science and Technology in the Secondary Curriculum in France /25/
  • Michael BARTH: History of Science and Technology in My Classroom: Retrospects and Evaluation /37/
REVIEW
  • (Not)-delayed review. Propyläen Technikgeschichte (Hg. Wolfgang König). Berlin 1990—1992, 1997. (I. JAKUBEC) /49/
  • Robert Weinlich: Laureati Nobelovy ceny za chemii. Olomouc, ALDA 1998 (B. TESAŘÍK) /51/
CHRONICLE
  • History of Metallurgy in the National Technical Museum in 1998 (Z. RASL) /52/
  • Symposium “In the Course of Ages” (M. SEKYRKOVÁ) /54/

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