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Wilhelm Schickard

*1592 in Herrenberg/Baden-Württemberg
+1635 in Tübingen


   


Wilhelm Schickard

1973


Wilhelm Schickard was a German professor of Hebrew and astronomy
who became famous in the second part of the 20th century after Franz Hammer, a biographer (along with Max Caspar) of Johannes Kepler,
claimed that the drawings of a calculating clock, predating the public release of Pascal's calculator by twenty years,
had been discovered in two unknown letters written by Schickard to Johannes Kepler in 1623 and 1624.

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