Author: Bogatko Ignacy
Title: Scientia artium militarium architecturam pyrotechnicam, tacticam, polemicam, perspectivam complectens, sive lectiones mathematicae in celsissimi principis Janussii Sanguszko Lubartowicz Ensiferi Magni Ducatus Lithuaniae, Ordinati Ostrogiensis, Comitis in Wisznic, Tarnow et Jarosław, obsequium: nobilitatis Polonae eruditionem curâ Perillustris Magnifici ac Generosi Domini Ignatii Bogatko Ensiferidae Bracłaviensis pro coronâ cursûs mathematici Leopoli auditi sub R. P. Faustino Grodzicki Societatis Jesu Mathesèós Professore editae.
Title in English: The Science of the Art of War, Encompassing Architecture, Pyrotechnics, Tactics, Polemics, and Perspective, or the Collection of Mathematics, with the Help of Ruler Janušas Sanguška Liubartovičius, Armourer of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Ordinate of Ostrogski, Count of Wisznice, Tarnow, and Jaroslaw: With the Care of the Polish Nobility, the Generous Ruler Ignacij Bogatk Vroclav, Armourer for the Wreath of Leopolis, Who Heard the Courses on Mathematics, Published [Lectures] of Father Faustino Grodzicki, the Mathematics Professor of the Society of Jesus.
Leopoli [Lvov]: typis Collegii Soc. Iesu, 1747.
The Science of the Art of War is a tractate on the use of mathematical knowledge in military practice by the Sword‑bearer of Wroclaw Ignacy Bogatko, who based his work on the lectures of Jesuit and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Lviv Faustyn Grodzicki (1710–1787). The book is dedicated to the Grand Sword‑bearer of Lithuania Janusz Aleksander Sanguszko (1712–1775).
Reference: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 558.
Published: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 558-561.
2nd-5th: Drawings of fortifications and weapons.