University College London

(participating with a display)

20 August – 1 October 2018
(Monday-Friday, 9.30am – 7pm, except bank holidays)
Open to the public during working hours; external visitors need to sign in at the library reception to be let through the entry barriers.
UCL Main Library: Donaldson staircase. University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT [google map]. Lift access available.

Further details on the items that will be on display are forthcoming. Until then, readers may be interested to know that a great portion of UCL’s Euclid Collection has been digitised and is available at this link.


University College London Special Collections is one of the foremost university collections of manuscripts, archives and rare books in the UK. More details are available here. The Euclid Collection contains over 400 volumes of editions of the Elements, including 83 printed before 1640, first printed translations into Italian, German, French and English, and later translations into Turkish, Chinese, Persian, Hebrew and Finnish. More information is available on the UCL library catalogue and here. Over 300 volumes from the collection are digitised and available as part of UCL’s Stavros Niarchos Foundation Digital Library.

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