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"A Renaissance of Geometric Constructions'' emphasizes the 200th anniversary of Gauss's 1796 heptadecagon construction discovery. Its content is set in a broad historical perspective. The modern era awakening of interest in the ancient art of Euclidean constructions, symbolized by the Gaussian breakthrough, is seen in the light of historical impact, not only on the nineteenth century but twentieth century mathematics as well.