Ancient Metrology: Geometry and the Harmonic Canon

Author(s): Adam Tetlow
ISBN13/Barcode: 9781904263098

What prehistoric artefact is found in every classroom? What is the oldest scientific instrument? Why does geometry mean ‘earth measure’? What does perspective drawing have in common with the Great Pyramid? In this ground-breaking little book, artist Adam Tetlow introduces the ancient harmonic number science of metrology, used since palaeolithic times to determine musical scales, and measure, design and build stone circles, earthworks, temples, churches and cities all over the world.
Adam Tetlow is an artist, writer and teacher. A graduate of the renowned Prince’s School for Traditional Arts in London, he is also author of the CELTIC PATTERN title
in the Wooden Books series. He lives in Essex with his architect wife and three children.


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ISBN13/Barcode 9781904263098
ISBN10 1904263097
Author Adam Tetlow
Binding Paperback
Date Published 1 Mar 2020
Frequency No
Report Date 2020/03/01
Pages 64
Publisher Wooden Books

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