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  1. Euclid (about 325 BC-about 265 BC)
  2. Mikhail Egorovich Vashchenko-Zakharchenko (1825-1912)
  3. Johannes Campanus (1220-1296)
  4. Autolycus (about 360 BC-about 290 BC)
  5. Theon of Alexandria (about 335-about 405)
  6. Giovanni Saccheri (1667-1733)
  7. al-Jayyani (989-1079)
  8. Giovanni Benedetti (1530-1590)
  9. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898)
  10. Zeno of Sidon (about 150 BC-about 70 BC)
  11. Adelard (1075-1160)
  12. Theaetetus (about 417 BC-about 369 BC)
  13. Robert Simson (1687-1768)
  14. Giovanni Alfonso Borelli (1608-1679)
  15. John Playfair (1748-1819)
  16. John Casey (1820-1891)
  17. Luca Pacioli (1445-1517)
  18. Menaechmus (about 380 BC-about 320 BC)
  19. Menelaus (about 70-about 130)
  20. Oliver Byrne (1810-1880)
  21. Apollonius (about 262 BC-about 190 BC)
  22. Proclus (411-485)
  23. al-Jawhari (about 800-about 860)
  24. Andrea Tacquet (1612-1660)
  25. Al-Khwarizmi (about 790-about 850)
  26. Isaac Todhunter (1820-1884)
  27. Nicomachus (about 60-about 120)
  28. Jacob ben Tibbon (1236-1305)
  29. Pappus (about 290-about 350)
  30. John West (1756-1817)
  31. Matteo Ricci (1552-1610)
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  33. Thabit (836-901)
  34. Henry Savile (1549-1622)
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  36. Archytas (about 428 BC-about 350 BC)
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  38. Omar Khayyam (1048-1131)
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  40. Vincenzo Flauti (1782-1863)
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  42. Al-Nayrizi (about 875-about 940)
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  44. Albertus (about 1200-1280)
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  46. Thomas Heath (1861-1940)
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  54. Eudoxus (408 BC-355 BC)
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  72. Nasir al-Din al-Tusi (1201-1274)
  73. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679)
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  75. Christopher Clavius (1538-1612)
  76. Theodoros Varopoulos (1894-1957)
  77. Li Shanlan (1811-1882)
  78. Banu Musa brothers (about 800-about 860)
  79. Plato (427 BC-347 BC)
  80. John T Graves (1806-1870)
  81. Zacharias Dase (1824-1861)
  82. Alicia Boole Stott (1860-1940)
  83. Johann Heinrich Lambert (1728-1777)
  84. Gaspar Lax (1487-1560)
  85. Abraham Kästner (1719-1800)
  86. Regiomontanus (1436-1476)
  87. Éamon de Valera (1882-1975)
  88. Arthur Cayley (1821-1895)
  89. Adrien-Marie Legendre (1752-1833)
  90. Al-Samawal (about 1130-about 1180)
  91. George Allman (1824-1904)
  92. Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky (1792-1856)
  93. Otto Hölder (1859-1937)
  94. John Dee (1527-1609)
  95. Michael Stifel (1487-1567)
  96. Shams al-Din al-Samarqandi (about 1250-about 1310)
  97. Raymond Archibald (1875-1955)
  98. Robert Murphy (1806-1843)
  99. Alfred Kempe (1849-1922)
  100. William Wallace (1768-1843)
  101. Mary Somerville (1780-1872)
  102. James Taylor (1851-1910)
  103. János Bolyai (1802-1860)
  104. Levi ben Gerson (1288-1344)
  105. Piero della Francesca (1420-1492)
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  110. Donald Eperson (1904-2001)
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  128. Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille (1713-1762)
  129. George Chrystal (1851-1911)
  130. Al-Quhi (about 940-about 1000)
  131. Cuthbert Tunstall (1474-1559)
  132. George Peacock (1791-1858)
  133. William Whewell (1794-1866)
  134. Gherard (1114-1187)
  135. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
  136. William Oughtred (1574-1660)
  137. Lewis Fry Richardson (1881-1953)
  138. Robert Grosseteste (1168-1253)
  139. D'Arcy Thompson (1860-1948)
  140. Francesco Brioschi (1824-1897)
  141. Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543)
  142. George Berkeley (1685-1753)
  143. Tommaso Boggio (1877-1963)
  144. Sinan ibn Thabit ibn Qurra (about 880-943)
  145. Simplicius (about 490-about 560)
  146. Jean-Victor Poncelet (1788-1867)
  147. Gottlob Frege (1848-1925)
  148. Emma Castelnuovo (1913-2014)
  149. Bonaventura Cavalieri (1598-1647)
  150. Abraham bar Hiyya (1070-1136)
  151. Simon Mayr (1573-1624)
  152. Andrey Kolmogorov (1903-1987)
  153. Martin Gardner (1914-2010)
  154. Perseus (about 180 BC-about 120 BC)
  155. Abu'l-Wafa (940-998)
  156. Ruth Moufang (1905-1977)
  157. Robert Recorde (1510-1558)
  158. John Walsh (1786-1847)
  159. Qadi Zada (1364-1436)
  160. Oswald Veblen (1880-1960)
  161. Andreas Speiser (1885-1970)
  162. Martin Ohm (1792-1872)
  163. William Herschel (1738-1822)
  164. Isaac Barrow (1630-1677)
  165. Oronce Fine (1494-1555)
  166. Sof'ja Aleksandrovna Janovskaja (1896-1966)
  167. Carl Siegel (1896-1981)
  168. Paul Guldin (1577-1643)
  169. Oenopides (about 490 BC-about 420 BC)
  170. William Feller (1906-1970)
  171. Sharaf al-Din al-Tusi (about 1135-1213)
  172. al-Nasawi (about 1010-about 1075)
  173. Joachim Jungius (1587-1657)
  174. Gerbert of Aurillac (946-1003)
  175. Nicolas Vilant (1737-1807)
  176. Hypsicles (about 190 BC-about 120 BC)
  177. Gilles Roberval (1602-1675)
  178. Dorothea Beale (1831-1906)
  179. Moritz Pasch (1843-1930)
  180. Bartel van der Waerden (1903-1996)
  181. Nathan Mendelsohn (1917-2006)
  182. Willebrord Snell (1580-1626)
  183. Giuseppe Battaglini (1826-1894)
  184. Dirk Struik (1894-2000)
  185. Louise Szmir Hay (1935-1989)
  186. Claude Hardy (1598-1678)
  187. Viktor Yakovlevich Bunyakovskii (1804-1889)
  188. Roger Apéry (1916-1994)
  189. Alexis Clairaut (1713-1765)
  190. Luca Valerio (1552-1618)
  191. Mór Réthy (1846-1925)
  192. Giovanni Vailati (1863-1909)
  193. Ludwig Schläfli (1814-1895)
  194. Pierre Hérigone (1580-1643)
  195. Thomas Allen (1540-1632)
  196. Zenodorus (about 200 BC-about 140 BC)
  197. Thomas Fantet de Lagny (1660-1734)
  198. Jonas Moore (1627-1679)
  199. Jagannatha (about 1690-about 1750)
  200. Oliver Heaviside (1850-1925)
  201. David Fowler (1937-2004)
  202. João Baptista Lavanha (1555-1624)
  203. William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865)
  204. Thomas Bradwardine (about 1295-1349)
  205. Thomas Young (1773-1829)
  206. Peter Ramus (1515-1572)
  207. Panini (about 520 BC-about 460 BC)
  208. Robert Hooke (1635-1703)
  209. Ruan Yuan (1764-1849)
  210. Bertrand Russell (1872-1970)
  211. Domninus (about 420-about 480)
  212. John Colenso (1814-1883)
  213. Chris Zeeman (1925-2016)
  214. Bryson (about 450 BC-about 390 BC)
  215. Florimond de Beaune (1601-1652)
  216. Cyrus Colton MacDuffee (1895-1961)
  217. Colin Maclaurin (1698-1746)
  218. Eugenio Beltrami (1835-1900)
  219. James Thomson (1786-1849)
  220. Francisco José Duarte (1883-1972)
  221. James Gregory (1638-1675)
  222. Charles Hutton (1737-1823)
  223. Tatiana Alexeyevna Afanassjewa (1876-1964)
  224. Carruthers Beattie (1866-1946)
  225. Daniel Pedoe (1910-1998)
  226. Guarino Guarini (1624-1683)
  227. Al-Sijzi (about 945-about 1020)
  228. John Kerr (1853-1932)
  229. Florence Nightingale (1820-1910)
  230. Gregory of Saint-Vincent (1584-1667)
  231. Ibn al-Haytham (965-1039)
  232. Scipione del Ferro (1465-1526)
  233. Hipparchus (190 BC-120 BC)
  234. Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528)
  235. Diophantus (about 200-about 284)
  236. Martin Bartels (1769-1836)
  237. Georg Mohr (1640-1697)
  238. Giuseppe Biancani (1566-1624)
  239. Lazare Carnot (1753-1823)
  240. Timofei Fedorovic Osipovsky (1765-1832)
  241. Theodorus (465 BC-398 BC)
  242. Geminus (about 10 BC-about 60)
  243. László Filep (1941-2004)
  244. William Whiston (1667-1752)
  245. Joseph Tilly (1837-1906)
  246. al-Mahani (about 820-880)
  247. Tartaglia (1500-1557)
  248. Henry Baker (1866-1956)
  249. Ptolemy (about 85-about 165)
  250. Charles René Reyneau (1656-1728)
  251. Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  252. William Oughter Lonie (1822-1894)
  253. Duncan Sommerville (1879-1934)
  254. Porphyry (233-309)
  255. Serenus (about 300-about 360)
  256. David Hilbert (1862-1943)
  257. Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (1900-1979)

History Topics

  1. Euclid's definitions
  2. Greeks poetry
  3. References for Euclid's definitions
  4. Real numbers 1
  5. Kepler's Laws
  6. Euclid definitions
  7. Non-Euclidean geometry
  8. Golden ratio
  9. Perfect numbers
  10. Greek sources I
  11. Infinity
  12. Physical world
  13. Doubling the cube
  14. Prime numbers
  15. Real numbers 2
  16. Arabic mathematics
  17. Mathematics and Art
  18. Greek astronomy
  19. References for Mathematics and Art
  20. Squaring the circle
  21. References for Perfect numbers
  22. References for Greek sources I
  23. Quadratic etc equations
  24. Greek sources II
  25. Nine chapters
  26. References for Real numbers 1
  27. Bolzano's manuscripts
  28. Ledermann interview
  29. EMS History
  30. References for Squaring the circle
  31. References for Nine chapters
  32. Pi chronology
  33. References for Trisecting an angle
  34. References for Greek astronomy
  35. References for Doubling the cube
  36. Classical light
  37. Zero
  38. Maxwell's House

Societies etc

  1. Hungarian Academy
  2. Hamburg Mathematical Society

Honours

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References

  1. References for Euclid
  2. References for Oliver Byrne
  3. References for Johannes Campanus
  4. References for Adelard
  5. References for Nasir al-Din al-Tusi
  6. References for Georgios Remoundos
  7. References for Plato
  8. References for al-Jayyani
  9. References for Aristotle
  10. References for Proclus
  11. References for Christopher Clavius
  12. References for Nikolaos Hatzidakis
  13. References for Jordanus Nemorarius
  14. References for al-Jawhari
  15. References for Ibn al-Haytham
  16. References for Apollonius
  17. References for Franz Adolph Taurinus
  18. References for Albertus
  19. References for Eudoxus
  20. References for Avicenna
  21. References for Zeno of Sidon
  22. References for Archimedes
  23. References for Gherard
  24. References for Jean-Victor Poncelet
  25. References for Bonaventura Cavalieri
  26. References for Yang Hui
  27. References for Claude Dechales
  28. References for Mikhail Egorovich Vashchenko-Zakharchenko
  29. References for David Hilbert
  30. References for Pappus
  31. References for Piero della Francesca
  32. References for Theodoros Varopoulos
  33. References for Thabit
  34. References for Dinostratus
  35. References for Michael Stifel
  36. References for Shams al-Din al-Samarqandi
  37. References for Al-Nayrizi
  38. References for Arthur Eddington
  39. References for Theaetetus
  40. References for Hunayn ibn Ishaq
  41. References for Menaechmus
  42. References for Nicolas Vilant
  43. References for Hypsicles
  44. References for Simplicius

Additional material

  1. Heath: Everyman's Library 'Euclid' Introduction
  2. Bertrand Russell on Euclid
  3. Heath: 'The thirteen books of Euclid's Elements' Preface
  4. Isaac Todhunter: 'Euclid' Preface
  5. Proclus and the history of geometry as far as Euclid
  6. Adelard: 'Euclid
  7. Byrne Euclid
  8. Knorr's papers
  9. Savile on Euclid
  10. Valdivia aspects of maths
  11. Isaac Todhunter: 'Euclid' Introduction
  12. Euclid on elementary astronomy
  13. McBride equal bisectors
  14. Byrne: Doctrine of Proportion
  15. Biography of Mathematics
  16. Kepler's Planetary Laws
  17. Von Neumann: 'The Mathematician
  18. Gibson History 7 - Robert Simson
  19. Poincaré on non-Euclidean geometry
  20. Broadbent's papers
  21. Knorr's books
  22. Students in 1711
  23. Ernest Hobson addresses the British Association in 1910, Part 2
  24. Enriques' reviews
  25. Cheltenham exams
  26. Mathematicians and Music 2.1
  27. Newcomb Elements of Geometry
  28. Finlay Freundlich's Inaugural Address, Part 2
  29. Turnbull lectures on Colin Maclaurin
  30. Valdivia Infinity
  31. De Coste on Mersenne
  32. Rose's Greek mathematical literature
  33. Burntisland visit
  34. Mathematics in Edinburgh
  35. Santalo honorary doctorate
  36. Semple and Kneebone: 'Algebraic Projective Geometry
  37. Stringham books
  38. D'Arcy Thompson on Greek irrationals
  39. Mary Boole writing
  40. Mathematics at Aberdeen 1
  41. Reviews of Shafarevich's books
  42. Mathematics at Aberdeen 4
  43. Andrew Forsyth addresses the British Association in 1905, Part 2
  44. Proclus on the Parallel Postulate
  45. De Morgan 1859 Preface
  46. Pappus on analysis and synthesis in geometry
  47. Colin Maclaurin
  48. Menger on teaching
  49. Gilberte Pascal: 'The life of Pascal
  50. Ahrens book of quotes
  51. Mathematics in Glasgow
  52. Pedoe's books
  53. Bolyai house and grave
  54. More Smith History books
  55. Maclaurin life
  56. E W Hobson: 'Mathematical Education
  57. Stringham address
  58. G H Hardy addresses the British Association in 1922
  59. Bolzano publications
  60. Felix Klein on intuition
  61. Ernest Hobson addresses the British Association in 1910, Part 3
  62. Hasse views of mathematics
  63. Smith's Obituaries and Biographies
  64. Mathematicians and Music 2.2
  65. Hilbert reviews
  66. Smith's Teaching Books
  67. Mathematics in Aberdeen
  68. Ball papers
  69. Dehn on Aristotle
  70. Booth Examinations
  71. Gibson History 9 - Colin Maclaurin
  72. Scotland in 1883 and the EMS
  73. Mathematics in St Andrews
  74. Carl B Boyer: 'Foremost Modern Textbook
  75. Bell papers
  76. Emma Castelnuovo Geometry
  77. Atiyah reviews
  78. Einstein: 'Geometry and Experience
  79. Three Sadleirian Professors
  80. Turnbull lectures on Colin Maclaurin, Part 2
  81. John Walsh's delusions
  82. Rudio's talk
  83. Gibson History 12 - Minor figures, Arithmetic Books
  84. University of Glasgow Examinations
  85. Henry Baker addresses the British Association in 1913
  86. An interview with Prof Eduardo L Ortiz
  87. Gauss: 'Disquisitiones Arithmeticae
  88. Gibson History 3 - Founding of the Universities
  89. Schools Inquiry
  90. Leslie works
  91. The Tercentenary of the birth of James Gregory
  92. Primes abstract
  93. Harold Jeffreys on Probability
  94. Herschel Museum
  95. Dr W O Lonie by Thomas Brown
  96. Heinrich Tietze on Numbers, Part 2
  97. Marischal exam
  98. Inaugural Discourse by Julio Rey Pastor
  99. Harold Jeffreys on Logic and Scientific Inference
  100. Halsted Beltrami
  101. Mikou pioneer
  102. A D Aleksandrov's view of Mathematics
  103. Florian Cajori on William Oughtred
  104. Stäckel's contribution to Mathematics Teaching
  105. Gibson History 2 - Mathematics in the schools
  106. Founding the Indian Mathematical Society
  107. Value of Mathematics
  108. Art Mathematics Music.html
  109. Peirce publications
  110. Horace Lamb addresses the British Association in 1904, Part 2
  111. Proclus on pure and applied mathematics
  112. Apostol Project
  113. Dahlin Extracts
  114. George Gibson: 'Calculus
  115. Plato on Mathematics
  116. Gillespie: 'Integration
  117. Speiser books
  118. A N Whitehead addresses the British Association in 1916, Part 2
  119. Mathematics at Aberdeen 2
  120. Poincaré on intuition in mathematics
  121. Mathematics at Aberdeen 3
  122. Kuratowski: 'Introduction to Topology
  123. Walk Around Paris
  124. Pólya: 'How to solve it' Preface
  125. Ferrar: 'Textbook of Convergence
  126. Plato describes the planets
  127. Professor Chrystal
  128. Cajori: 'A history of mathematics' Introduction
  129. Science at St Andrews
  130. Andrew Forsyth addresses the British Association in 1905
  131. Centenary of John Leslie
  132. Enciclopedia delle Matematiche
  133. Percy MacMahon addresses the British Association in 1901
  134. Kline's books
  135. Al-Kashi's letter
  136. Review of du Bois-Reymond's 'Die allgemeine Functionentheorie
  137. Turnbull and Aitken: 'Canonical Matrices
  138. What makes mathematician
  139. Collins and Gregory discuss Tschirnhaus
  140. Barlow Numbers
  141. Galois Sainte Pelagie preface
  142. Sommerville: 'Geometry of n dimensions
  143. Pandrosion man woman
  144. Bell books
  145. Von Neumann: 'The Mathematician' Part 2
  146. George Temple's Inaugural Lecture II
  147. Smith Major History books
  148. Gibson History 11 - John Playfair, Sir John Leslie

Quotations

  1. Quotations by Euclid
  2. Quotations by Bolzano
  3. Quotations by Proclus
  4. Quotations by Bell
  5. Quotations by Heaviside
  6. Quotations by Russell
  7. Quotations by Sylvester
  8. Quotations by Erdos
  9. Quotations by Lobachevsky
  10. Quotations by Hardy
  11. Quotations by Dee
  12. Quotations by De Morgan
  13. Quotations by Hobbes
  14. A quotation by Apollonius
  15. Quotations by Riemann

Famous Curves

  1. Straight
  2. Circle
  3. Hyperbolic
  4. Hyperbola
  5. Ellipse
  6. Parabola

Chronology

  1. Mathematical Chronology
  2. Chronology for 1300 to 1500
  3. Chronology for 1100 to 1300
  4. Chronology for 1500 to 1600
  5. Chronology for 1720 to 1740
  6. Chronology for 1830 to 1840
  7. Chronology for 500BC to 1AD
  8. Chronology for 1780 to 1800
  9. Chronology for 1820 to 1830
  10. Chronology for 1AD to 500

EMS Archive

  1. Edinburgh Mathematical Society Lecturers 1883-2016
  2. 1897-98 Feb meeting
  3. EMS Proceedings papers
  4. Scotland in 1883 and the EMS
  5. 1885-86 Nov meeting
  6. 1902-03 Jun meeting
  7. 1886-87 Nov meeting
  8. 1893-94 Nov meeting
  9. 1885-86 May meeting
  10. 1883-84 Dec meeting
  11. 1909-10 Dec meeting
  12. EMS Proceedings papers
  13. EMS Proceedings papers
  14. EMS Proceedings papers
  15. EMS 1913 Colloquium
  16. EMS William Taylor
  17. EMS session 5
  18. 1925-26 May meeting
  19. 1883-84 Jun meeting
  20. 1899-00 Jan meeting
  21. 1901-02 Jun meeting
  22. EMS 1913 Colloquium
  23. EMS 1930 Colloquium

BMC Archive

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Gazetteer of the British Isles

  1. Cambridge Individuals
  2. London individuals A-C
  3. London individuals D-G
  4. Glasgow
  5. London Museums
  6. Dublin
  7. Oxford Institutions and Colleges
  8. Cork
  9. Other Institutions in central London
  10. Malmesbury, Wiltshire
  11. Oxford individuals

Astronomy section

  1. List of astronomers
  2. List of astronomers


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