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During his time at the University in 1665, Isaac Newton visited the Stourbridge Fair and is known to have bought a copy of Euclid's Elements which he used to teach himself mathematics. He is also believed to have acquired optical instruments including a pair of prisms - which he used to demonstrate that white light could be split in to the colors of the spectrum.