Website containing much information on mathematical symbolism and terminology, as well as portraits of mathematicians from postage stamps.

Reviews of books, websites, poster sets, movies, and other resources for learning and teaching the history of mathematics.

The author constructs a possible mathematical path from the ancient Babylonians to Pythagoras, Euclid, and the ancient Greeks.

This website devoted to miscellanea about Archimedes contains much interesting material about his life and times.

An excellent book surveying the history of the philosophy of mathematics from the time of Plato to the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Where does pi come from? Why should we be interested in negative numbers, or square roots of negative numbers? How did people ever figure out the quadratic formula? A truly wonderful reference for teachers at all levels.

This book demonstrates the relationship between the mathematics in some recently discovered Babylonian tablets and some standard problems from Egyptian mathematics.

Poster picturing five famous women, from Hypatia to Grace Hopper.

Poster of Banneker, with a brief description of his life and work.

A biography of Hypatia in her times, which carefully distinguishes between the known facts of her life and the many speculations about her.

A discussion of the meaning of mathematical unsolvability in the context of the history of Abel's proof of the unsolvability of the quintic equation in terms of radicals.