An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass

Schubring G (1998)
HISTORIA MATHEMATICA 25(4): 423-430.

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Until now, the collections at the Mittag-Leffler Institute in Djursholm (Sweden) have constituted the most important known part of Weierstra beta's Nachla beta. This note reports on searches for the rest of the Nachla beta and on the recent discovery of a substantial additional part containing scientific correspondence. It also gives an overview of the contents of this new find, with special emphasis on new insights concerning Weierstra beta's relationship with Kronecker. (C) 1998 Academic Press.
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Schubring G. An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass. HISTORIA MATHEMATICA. 1998;25(4):423-430.
Schubring, G. (1998). An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass. HISTORIA MATHEMATICA, 25(4), 423-430.
Schubring, G. (1998). An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass. HISTORIA MATHEMATICA 25, 423-430.
Schubring, G., 1998. An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass. HISTORIA MATHEMATICA, 25(4), p 423-430.
G. Schubring, “An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass”, HISTORIA MATHEMATICA, vol. 25, 1998, pp. 423-430.
Schubring, G.: An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass. HISTORIA MATHEMATICA. 25, 423-430 (1998).
Schubring, Gert. “An unknown part of Weierstrass's Nachlass”. HISTORIA MATHEMATICA 25.4 (1998): 423-430.
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