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Article
**Carlos Alvarez**
(2023)

Some remarks concerning the trisection of an angle. Euclid between Pappus and Viète.
*Almagest*
(pp. 76-97).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB063608507/)

Article
**Roy Wagner; Reviel Netz**
(2023)

Between music and geometry: a proposal for the early intended application of Euclid’s Elements Book X.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 69-96).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB459002707/)

Article
**Sébastien Maronne**
(2023)

Dettonville et les données.
*Revue d'Histoire des Sciences*
(pp. 225-266).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB982242379/)

Book
**Leo Corry**
(2022)

British Versions of Book II of Euclid’s Elements: Geometry, Arithmetic, Algebra (1550–1750).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB193067062/)

Book
**Angela Axworthy**
(2022)

Motion and Genetic Definitions in the Sixteenth-Century Euclidean Tradition.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB327704584/)

Article
**Vincenzo De Risi**
(2022)

Euclid’s Fourth Postulate: Its authenticity and significance for the foundations of Greek mathematics.
*Science in Context*
(pp. 49-80).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB852153445/)

Book
**Reviel Netz**
(2022)

A New History of Greek Mathematics.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB391202026/)

Article
**Robert Goulding**
(2022)

Geometry and the Gods: Theurgy in Proclus’s Commentary on the First Book of Euclid’s Elements.
*Perspectives on Science*
(pp. 358-406).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB160547439/)

Book
**Ofer Elior**
(2021)

Euclid's *Elements* in Hebrew Garb: Critical Editions of the Translation by Moses Ibn Tibbon and the Translation Ascribed to Rabbi Jacob, with an Introduction and Glossary. Books I–II.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB968921743/)

Article
**Vincenzo De Risi**
(2021)

Euclid’s Common Notions and the Theory of Equivalence.
*Foundations of Science*
(pp. 301-324).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB348431913/)

Article
**Ofer Elior**
(2021)

Niccolò Tartaglia’s 1543 Edition of Euclid’s Elements and the Sources of an Early Modern Hebrew Version of the Elements.
*Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism*
(pp. 123-148).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB111199754/)

Article
**Daniele Pasquazi; Benedetto Scoppola**
(2021)

Aritmetica euclidea e filosofia stoica.
*Technai, An International Journal for Ancient Science and Technology*
(pp. 45-54).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB278285265/)

Article
**Vincenzo De Risi**
(2021)

Gapless Lines and Gapless Proofs: Intersections and Continuity in Euclid’s Elements.
*Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science*
(pp. 233-259).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB308715233/)

Article
**Emily R. Anderson**
(2020)

Printing the Bespoke Book: Euclid’s Elements in Early Modern Visual Culture.
*Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza*
(pp. 536-560).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB656274446/)

Book
**Violet Moller**
(2020)

The Map of Knowledge: A Thousand-Year History of How Classical Ideas Were Lost and Found.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB401001470/)

Article
**Ofer Elior**
(2020)

What Did Medieval Readers Take to Be “Al-Ḥajjāj's Version” of Euclid's Elements? The Evidence of Ms Paris, Bnf, Héb. 1011.
*Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology*
(pp. 181-197).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB691683096/)

Thesis
**Eunsoo Lee**
(2020)

Visual Agency in Euclid's Elements: A Study of the Transmission of Visual Knowledge.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB951683937/)

Article
**Ilana Wartenberg**
(2020)

A Non-Linear Transmission of Euclid's Elements in a Medieval Hebrew Calendrical Treatise.
*Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology*
(pp. 158-180).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB438271084/)

Article
**Argante Ciocci**
(2020)

La versione latina dei Phænomena di Euclide nell’Urb. Lat. 1329.
*Bollettino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche*
(pp. 309-332).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB442034868/)

Article
**Mateusz Hohol; Marcin Miłkowski**
(2019)

Cognitive Artifacts for Geometric Reasoning.
*Foundations of Science*
(pp. 657-680).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB220742953/)

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