Copies of Euclid’s Elements from Cambridge University Library’s collection are now on display. For information on the hours of access and location, see here.
See also Liam Sim’s blog post ‘Reading Euclid at Cambridge’.
Canterbury Cathedral Archives and Library is participating in the Seeing Euclid exhibition virtually with an article on their copy of the 1570 English translation of the Elements (reference ELHAM 143). To read ‘QED: John Dee and Geometry’ by Dr David Shaw of Canterbury Cathedral Archives and Library, published in their monthly ‘Picture This’ feature, visit
Now on display: a selection of the Royal Society’s copies of the Elements, including a beautifully-illustrated 13th-century manuscript! See here for information on display dates and access.
The display of Euclidean texts and artefacts opened today at Blackwell Hall of the Weston Library. It will be on view until 15 July.