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I also emailed some people asking them if they had seen any typos. Pagefirst line after Definition: The only mention of that name is on p.

More or less coincidentally, the Proposition is correct as stated exercise! This is what I scrawled, I did not verify it at the present occasion! Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Email and Password. Pageline Frhlcih here’s one which I spotted: Actually, I think the entire proof of Prop.

### Algebraic Number Theory: Proceedings of an Instructional Conference – Google Books

This is a course on algbraic and global class field theory, and applications as xlgebraic permits. I’ve started reading chapter 1. Page 79, line No correction is needed: Below my 51 errata that I didn’t see on your list or in William Stein’s mail yet.

Page 45, line 5: I agree, this seems like an excellent question. After “can be taken to be rational integers” add the following parenthesis: I will maintain a running list of problems here.

Ok, the deadline has past, I’ve spent days going through the results, and I have collated them all here: Pageline 2 of section 3. Pageline 1: This answer is just to bump this post up to the front page for the final time. Pageline 6 of Lemma 4: This Proposition is misstated, and the proof has the wrong reference: When they contacted Serre he replied “sure reprint my articles, but please include the erratum that I indicated in my completed works.

Anton and Ilya have suggested that really this would be better if it had one big answer rather than lots of smaller ones. On the other hand these partial lists have definitely caasels of help to some people, e. On the other hand it is surely a very widely-read book.

## Algebraic Number Theory

But judging by the upvotes I have misjudged this. I typed up all the errata I heard into one pdf file and put it here.

This is a delicate one. Keith Conrad sent me a nice chunky list here. I will update this file as comments come in. Pageproof of Proposition 1: Could someone confirm that the following are typos? The letter Z in Z[zeta] should be in boldface.

## Math 6370: Algebraic Number Theory

Page 3, Proposition 1. Pagefirst line after the first diagram: Thanks to everyone that contributed. Pageline 2 after the diagram: Q]and the definitions of f and g should subtracting some stuff.

Pageline 3 of section 2.

The Theorem in the latter section is the correct formulation: I remember Serre explaining long ago fhrlich the reference to Stalin was a mischievous joke linked to NATO’s sponsorship of the conference.

In traditional terms, class field theory is the study of abelian extensions of local and global fields. If this definition is used then what the authors write seems to be OK.

Page 78, line Erratum for Cassels-Froehlich Ask Question. Most are of a typographical nature, but some have mathematical substance. Page 78, first line of display A. I may have made an error, but I think page isn’t actually mistaken: