Diferenças entre edições de "Heliocentrismo"

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In [[Carthage#Roman Carthage|Roman Carthage]], [[Martianus Capella]] (5th century A.D.) expressed the opinion that the planets Venus and Mercury did not go about the Earth but instead circled the Sun.<ref>William Stahl, trans., ''Martianus Capella and the Seven Liberal Arts'', vol. 2, ''The Marriage of Philology and Mercury'', 854, 857, (New York: Columbia Univ. Pr, 1977, pp. 332–3</ref> Copernicus mentioned him as an influence on his own work.<ref>Bruce S. Eastwood, "Kepler as Historian of Science: Precursors of Copernican Heliocentrism according to ''De revolutionibus'' I, 10", ''Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society'', 126 (1982): 367–394.</ref>
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