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Golden Ages - Den Haag: Science & Education

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  • Simon Stevin (1548 - 1620)
    Simon Stevin (1548/49 – 1620) was a Flemish mathematician and military engineer. He was active in a great many areas of science and engineering, both theoretical and practical. Stevin wrote hi...
  • Johan de Witt (1625 - 1672)
    Johan de Witt about - Johan de Witt - Wikipedia - English about - Johan de Witt - Wikipedia - Netherlands (car) born - 24 Sep. 1625, Dordrecht, Netherlands died - 20 aug 1672, The Hague, Ne...
  • Christiaen Huygens (1629 - 1695)
    He was a famous mathematician, physicist and astronomer. He invented the pendulum clock, the principal of the steamengine and a gunpowder engine. Jan Jansz Stampioen was for two years (1643-1645) his t...
  • Jan Jansz. de jonge Stampioen (1610 - 1653)
    Jan Jansz Stampioen de jonge was wiskundige en doceerde de jonge Christiaan Huygens (1643-1645), prins Willem II van Oranje (30-7-1645) en de hoogbegaafde Elisabeth van Bohemen (21-10-1643). Hij disput...
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Den Haag: Wetenschap & Onderwijs (Science & Education)

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  • Menno van Coehoorn (1641-1704), vestingbouwer en wiskundige (architect and mathematician)
  • Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695), wiskundige, natuurkundige en astronoom (mathematician, phycisist and astronomer)
  • Samuel Marolois, vestingbouwer (architect)
  • Jan Jansz. Stampioen (1610-1690), toegepaste wiskunde (applied mathematics)
  • Simon Stevin (1548-1620), wiskundige en waterbouwkundig ingenieur (mathematician, hydraulic engineer)
  • Adriaen Vlacq (1600-1667) wiskundige en vertaler (mathematician and translator)
  • Johan de Witt (1625-1672), wiskundige en staatsman (mathematician and politician)