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Pons Brooklynensis

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Pons Brooklynensis

Pons Brooklynensis[1][2] est pons pendulus et ancorali fultus Novi Eboraci, qui in Flumen Orientale burgos Manhatam et Brooklynium iungit. Pons, die 24 Maii 1883 apertus, est primus Fluminis Orientalis transitus stabilis, qui tempore aperturae erat longissimus mundi pons pendulus, praecipua longitudine 1833.7 metra et strato 127 pedes supra aquam altam mediam. Sua prima nomina erant New York and Brooklyn Bridge ('Pons Novi Eboraci et Brooklynii') et East River Bridge ('Pons Fluminis Orientalis'), sed pons suum nomen hodiernum anno 1915 rite accepit.

Panorama[recensere | fontem recensere]

Pons Brooklyniensis

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Copia digitalis a Google praebita "A LESSON A DAY FOR A YEAR, By Charles Upson Clark, Ph. D., Director of the American School of Classical Studies, Rome. Italy et Josiea Bethea Game, Ph. D., Professor of Classics, Florida State College for Women, ATKINSON, MENTZER 6/ COMPANY, NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA DALLAS"
  2. In www.flickr.com invenitur etiam Pons Brooklynus, vide: Pons Brooklynus auctore rodinis

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Barnes, A. C. 1883. The New York and Brooklyn Bridge. American architectural books: based on the Henry-Russell Hitchcock bibliography. Fisher.
  • Cadbury, Deborah. 2005. Dreams of iron and steel: seven wonders of the Nineteenth Century, from the building of the London sewers to the Panama Canal. Perennial. ISBN 978-0-00-716307-6. OCLC 57710987. Google Books.
  • Haw, Richard. 2005. The Brooklyn Bridge: a cultural history. Rutgers University Press. ISBN 978-0-8135-3587-6. OCLC 123391052. Google Books.
  • Haw, Richard. 2008. Art of the Brooklyn Bridge: a visual history. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-95386-3. OCLC 123391052. Google Books.
  • Hewitt, Abram S. (1937) 1965. "The Meaning of Brooklyn Bridge: Speech at the Opening of Brooklyn Bridge, May 24, 1883." In Selected writings of Abram S. Hewitt, ed. Allan Nevins, praefatio Nicholas Murray Butler, 295–311. Kennikat Press. OCLC 264897. Editio interretialis.
  • Kingsley, William C., William Seth Low, et Franklin Edson. 1883. "Opening Ceremonies of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge, May 24, 1883." Press of the Brooklyn Eagle job printing Department. Propositum Gutenbergense.
  • McCullough, David. 1972. The Great Bridge: The Epic Story of the Building of the Brooklyn Bridge. Novi Eboraci: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-0-671-21213-1. Google Books.
  • Morris, John G. 1983. "The Wonderful Brooklyn Bridge." National Geographic 163, no. 5 (Maius): 565–79. ISSN 0027-9358. OCLC 643483454.
  • Odlum, Catherine. 1885. The Life and Times of Prof Robert Emmet Odlum. Gray & Clarkson.
  • Small, Charles S. 1957. "The Railway of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge." The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin 97: 7–20. ISSN 0033-8842. JSTOR 43520182.
  • Stern, John, et Carrie Wilson, 2003. The Brooklyn Bridge: A Study in Greatness. Aesthetic Realism Looks at NYC. PDF.
  • Strogatz, Steven H. 2003. Sync: The Emerging Science of Spontaneous Order. Hyperion Books. ISBN 978-0-7868-6844-5. Archivum Interretiale.
  • Strogatz, Steven H., Daniel M. Abrams, Allan McRobie, Bruno Eckhardt, et Edward Ott. 2005. "Theoretical mechanics: Crowd synchrony on the Millennium Bridge." Nature 438 (7064): 43–44. Bibcode:2005Natur.438...43S. doi:10.1038/438043a. PMID 16267545. S2CID 4427260.
  • Trachtenberg, Alan. 1965. Brooklyn Bridge: Fact and Symbol. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-81115-8. Archivum.
  • Wagner, Erica. 2017. Chief engineer: Washington Roebling: the man who built the Brooklyn Bridge. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 978-1-62040-051-7. OCLC 957022408.

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