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**Eric Vandendriessche**
(2022)

The concrete numbers of “primitive” societies: A historiographical approach.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 12-34).
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**Christine Proust**
(2022)

The sexagesimal place-value notation and abstract numbers in mathematical cuneiform texts.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 54-70).
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**Miguel Valério; Silvia Ferrara**
(2022)

Numeracy at the dawn of writing: Mesopotamia and beyond.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 35-53).
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**Christine Chambris; Jana Visnovska**
(2022)

On the history of units in French elementary school arithmetic: The case of proportionality.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 99-118).
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**Xiaofei Wang**
(2022)

How Jean-Baptiste Delambre read ancient Greek arithmetic on the basis of the arithmetic of “complex numbers” at the turn of the 19th century.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 146-163).
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**Karolina Karpińska**
(2022)

“Denominate numbers” in mathematics school textbooks by Stefan Banach.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 164-196).
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**Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze**
(2022)

From lattices via social history to theories of modernity in mathematics: A biographical essay for Herbert Mehrtens (1946-2021).
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 17-34).
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**Christián C. Carman**
(2022)

François Viète's method for calculating the eccentricity in a bisected model and its possible application to Kepler's Vicarious Hypothesis.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 71-91).
(/isis/citation/CBB642303099/)

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**Lene Birkeland; Rolf Nossum**
(2022)

A letter from Malevich to Semevsky about Kovalevskaya.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 92-119).
(/isis/citation/CBB879238313/)

Review
**Annette Imhausen**
(2021)

Review of "Mathematik im Vorderen Orient: Geschichte der Mathematik in Altägypten und Mesopotamien".
*Historia Mathematica*.
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**Michael Friedman**
(2021)

On Mascheroni's La geometria del compasso at the beginning of the 19th century.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 55-79).
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**Elías Fuentes Guillén; Davide Crippa**
(2021)

The 1804 examination for the chair of Elementary Mathematics at the University of Prague.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 24-54).
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**Andrea Del Centina; Alessandra Fiocca**
(2021)

The chords theorem recalled to life at the turn of the eighteenth century.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 6-39).
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**Alison Maidment**
(2021)

The Edinburgh Mathematical Laboratory and Edmund Taylor Whittaker's role in the early development of numerical analysis in Britain.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 39-63).
(/isis/citation/CBB992567069/)

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**Ricardo Rodríguez Hurtado; Juan A. Nicolás; Javier Echeverría Ezponda**
(2021)

The geometric origin of perspectivist science in G.W. Leibniz. Analysis based on unpublished manuscripts.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 1-22).
(/isis/citation/CBB306619869/)

Article
**Cinzia Cerroni; Aldo Brigaglia**
(2021)

The “Circolo Matematico di Palermo” and the First World War: The crisis of scientific internationalism: a view through the unedited correspondence of De Franchis with Edmund Landau and other mathematicians.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 64-94).
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**Jesper Lützen**
(2021)

Hjelmslev's geometry of reality.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 95-116).
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**Kevin Gerard Tracey**
(2021)

‘Disturbed’ by Euclid: Thomas Fincke and the reading of Ramist mathematics in sixteenth-century Germany.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 1-40).
(/isis/citation/CBB591895866/)

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**June Barrow-Green**
(2021)

“Knowledge gained by experience”: Olaus Henrici—engineer, geometer and maker of mathematical models.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 41-76).
(/isis/citation/CBB299426198/)

Article
**François Lê**
(2020)

“Are the Genre and the Geschlecht One and the Same Number?” an Inquiry into Alfred Clebsch's Geschlecht.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 71-107).
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