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The Arithmetic of Boethius (480-524) dates from the early sixth century. This page is from a mansucript (Plimpton MS 165) that dates from approximately 1294, written on vellum.
There were two men, of whom the first had 3 small loaves of bread and the other, 2.
A square walled city of unknown dimensions has four gates, one at the center of each side.
A collection of articles on mathematics in Europe from the twelfth to the fifteenth century.
If 80 dollars worth of provisions will serve 20 men for 25 days, what number of men will the same amount of provisions serve for 10 days?

The copybooks of two young men reveal very different purposes in learning geometry.

An excellent book surveying the history of the philosophy of mathematics from the time of Plato to the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Prove that if the sums of the square opposite sides of any quadrilateral are equal, its diagonals interect at right angles.
A journey through numbers from their earliest beginning in India to the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem by Wiles.
An analysis of James Gregory's proof of the Pappus-Guldin theorem, along with the original documents both in Latin and English.