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  • Mathematics In Europe - Greece
    It shows a portrait of Democritos Its nominal value is 10 Drachmas Democritos of Abdera The coin was issued in Greece five years before the Euro was introduced It shows a portrait of Democritos and an incomplete model of an atom Both are similar to these on the 100 Drachmas banknote cf also the stamp The nominal value of this coin is 10 Euros Democritos of Abdera The 100 Drachmas

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/620-greece-currencies (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Hungary
    von Neumann János Bolyai This coin was issued in Hungary at the occasion of the 200 th anniversary of the date of birth of the mathematician János Bolyai Its nominal value is 3000 Ft HUF John von Neumann This coin was issued in Hungary in 2003 at the occasion of the 100 th birthday of John von Neumann The nominal value of this coin is 5000 Ft HUF JavaScript is

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/634-hungary-currencies (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Italy
    of an earlier series of the Italian National Bank shows a portrait of the mathematician Galileo Galilei Moreover the cathedral and the slanted tower of Pisa can be recognized G Galilei was born in this town in 1564 The back side of the banknote shows on the left side a celestrial chart representing partially the figures associated with the star constellations Moreover the signs of the zodiac and their names

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/621-italy-currencies (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Ireland
    utilize the functionality of this Website Skip to main content Press Enter William Rowan Hamilton This coin was issued by the Central Bank of Ireland at the occasion of the 200 th anniversary of the birth of the mathematician William Rowan Hamilton 1805 1865 The nominal value of this coin is 10 Euros JavaScript is currently disabled Please enable it for a better experience of Jumi Copyright 2013 Mathematics In

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  • Mathematics In Europe - Netherlands
    the mathematician astronomer and physicist Christiaan Huygens as well as his father Constantijn a wellkown poet The nominal value of this coin is 25 Ecus Christiaan Huygens The 25 Gulden banknote from the Netherlands shows a portrait of Christiaan Huygens Around the portrait one may recognize three planets While Saturn can clearly be identified one may guess that Jupiter and Venus are also shown The relation to the planet Saturn

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/622-netherlands-currencies (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Norway
    Abel 1802 1829 Its nominal value is 20 KR NOK The reverse face of the coin shown on the left shows elements of some sketches of N Abel On the left side a curve called Lemniscate is shown Niels Henrik Abel The banknote of the Bank of Norway Norges Bank with a portrait of the mathematician Niels Henrik Abel has is no longer available since 2002 The above presentation is

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/623-norway-currencies (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Poland
    coin possesses the nominal value of 10 Zł PLZ Nicolaus Copernicus This coin was issued in Poland at the occasion of the 500 th anniversary of Nicolaus Copernicus Its nominal value is 100 Zł Nicolaus Copernicus The 1000 słoty banknote of an earlier series of the Polish National Bank shows a portrait of the mathematician Nicolaus Copernicus The reverse side of the banknote contains a schematic presentation of the solar

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/627-poland-currencies (2013-11-18)
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  • Mathematics In Europe - Portugal
    to main content Press Enter Pedro Nunes This coin was the everydaycoin before the Euro was introduced in 2002 in Portugal Pedro Nunes was the first professor for mathematics of the university of Lisbon later in Coimbra The latin variant of his name Petrus Nonius is also used for the graduation invented by him The nominal value is 100 Esc PTE JavaScript is currently disabled Please enable it for a

    Original URL path: http://mathematics-in-europe.eu/tr/74-enjoy-maths/currencies/628-portugal-currencies (2013-11-18)
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