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**Math History links**There are some pages which you may find useful concerning topics related to the history of mathematics which can be found at:

- History of Mathematics
- maintained by David E. Joyce (Clark University, USA)
- Including a comprehensive chronology of mathematicians
- Eric's Treasure Trove of Mathematics and Treasure Trove of Scientific Biography
- maintained by Eric Weisstein (University of Virginia, USA)
- A comprehensive encyclopedia of Mathematics (and other subjects) and collection of biographies.
- Math Archives History of Mathematics
- maintained by Earl Fife and Larry Hutch (University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA)
- Many links to other sites
- Biographies of Women Mathematicians
- maintained by Larry Riddle (Agnes Scott College, USA)
- Contains some detailed biographies and images of women mathematicians
- Earliest uses of mathematical symbols and words
- maintained by Jeff Miller (New Port Richey, USA)
- Contains information and discussion on the first occurrence of mathematical symbols and words.
- The Galileo Project
- at Rice University, Texas contains
- a searchable database of the Scientific Community of the 16th and 17th Century with information on over 160 mathematicians.
- The Mathematical Quotations Server
- maintained by Mark Woodard (Furman University, USA)
- Quotations by mathematicians or about mathematics
- Favourite Mathematical Constants
- maintained by Steven Finch (Mathsoft, USA)
- Information on a collection of well-known, and some more obscure constants
- Brightest SPARCS
- database of scientists (ANU, Canberra, Australia) with a list of mathematicians
- AIP Center for History of Physics
- (American Institute of Physics, USA)
- A history of physics with biographies and pictures of historical scientists
- WWW Virtual Library, History of Science Technology and Medicine
- maintained by Tim Sherratt (ASAP, Australia)
- A more general history of science
- The History of Mathematics
- maintained by D. R. Wilkins (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)
- Including excerpts from W. W. Rouse Ball's A short account of the history of mathematics
- Ancient Mathematics
- at the Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit
- some interesting articles mainly about Greek Mathematics
- A History of Mathematics
- maintained by Len Berggren (Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada)
- articles by students at Simon Fraser University
- A Visual Dictionary of Plane Curves
- maintained by Xah Lee (California, USA)
- lots of well presented information about plane curves.
- A History of Sciences related to Astronomy and references to astronomers
- maintained by Wolfgang R. Dick (IFAG, Potsdam, Germany)
- The sci.math FAQ
- maintained by Alex Lopez-Ortiz (Waterloo, Canada)
- Frequently Asked Questions addressed by the USENET group sci.math
- A Brief History of Algebra and Computing: An Eclectic Oxonian View
- by Jonathan Bowen (Oxford University Computing Laboratory, UK)
- A hypertext article with hyperlinks to the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
- The Math Forum and Math History resource collection
- A Virtual Center for Math Education on the Internet
- Historia Mathematica
- The home page of the official journal of the International Commission on the History of Mathematics.
- The Invention Dimension
- A resource for people who want to learn about American Inventors and their discoveries
- Centre for History of Science and Technology
- at the Université Libre de Bruxelles
- This centre organises regular conferences on the history of mathematics.
- The Museum of the History of Science
- at the University of Oxford
- The History Wing
- of the Mathematical Museum at the Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin (ZIB)
- The Geometry Center
- with some excellent interactive web applications
- History of Maths lectures
- by G Donald Allen of Texas A and M University, USA
- The Science Engineering and Math Program of the University of Delaware
- A source of other mathematically oriented Web sites.
- PASS maths magazine
- This is a Web magazine containing some history and other mathematical features.
- Earth/Matrix
- A series of articles by Charles W Johnson on
*Science in Ancient Artwork*. - The Yahoo Mathematics Page
- A page of other Maths related sites

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