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Article
**Jorge Nuno Silva; Pedro Jorge Freitas**
(2023)

The Loterias Lisbonenses of Francisco Giraldes Barba.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 194-207).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB999761947/)

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**Andrea Reichenberger**
(2023)

Elli Heesch, Heinrich Heesch and Hilbert’s eighteenth problem: collaborative research between philosophy, mathematics and application.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 208-228).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB030444363/)

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**Daniel F. Mansfield**
(2023)

Mesopotamian square root approximation by a sequence of rectangles.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 175-188).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB964861705/)

Review
**Peter Cameron**
(2023)

Review of "Graph Theory in America: The First Hundred Years".
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB551612990/)

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**Colin Wright**
(2023)

David Singmaster (December 1938 to 13 February 2023).
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 168-173).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB986884134/)

Article
**Benjamin Wardhaugh**
(2023)

Graphs in the 1680s: Martin Lister, Robert Plot, William Molyneux and John Warner.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 97-106).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB901234021/)

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/)

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**Domingo Martínez-Verdú; Maria Rosa Massa-Esteve; Antonio Linero-Bas**
(2023)

Infinite analytical procedures for the computation of logarithms in works by Benito Bails (1731–1797).
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 107-140).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB945634443/)

Article
**Melinda Lanius**
(2023)

Through the looking glass, and what algebra found there: historically informed conceptual metaphors of algebraic substitution and Gaussian elimination.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 141-157).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB076061573/)

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**Jesús Eduardo Hinojos-Ramos; Diana del Carmen Torres-Corrales; Alberto Camacho-Ríos**
(2023)

The construction of the integral for the arc length of a curve based on van Heuraet and Fermat’s works.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 41-54).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB365374155/)

Article
**Basanta Raj Lamichhane; Bal Chandra Luitel**
(2023)

A critical rendition to the development of mathematics education in Nepal: an anticolonial proposal.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 3-23).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB309301757/)

Article
**Lene Birkeland; Rolf Nossum; Reinhard Siegmund-Schultze**
(2023)

The sine anecdote in Kovalevskaya’s memoirs.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 24-40).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB157701348/)

Review
**Philippe Bernhard Schmid**
(2023)

Review of "Reading Mathematics in Early Modern Europe: Studies in the Production, Collection, and Use of Mathematical Books".
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB698961850/)

Article
**John D Bullock; Ronald E Warwar; H Bradford Hawley**
(2022)

Why was Leonhard Euler blind?.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 24-42).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB050825039/)

Article
**P H Enflo; M S Moslehian; J B Seoane-Sepúlveda**
(2022)

A history of solving some famous problems in mathematical analysis.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 64-80).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB718838892/)

Article
**Amie Morrison; Isobel Falconer**
(2022)

Women’s participation in mathematics in Scotland, 1730–1850.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 2-23).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB967889252/)

Article
**N H Bingham; W J Krzanowski**
(2022)

Linear algebra and multivariate analysis in statistics: development and interconnections in the twentieth century.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 43-63).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB456363893/)

Article
**Recio, Gonzalo Luis**
(2021)

Kepler’s derivation of the bisection of the earth’s orbit in Astronomia Nova.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 151-169).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB290881217/)

Article
**Jacques Bair; Piotr Błaszczyk; Robert Ely; et al.**
(2021)

Procedures of Leibnizian infinitesimal calculus: an account in three modern frameworks.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 170-209).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB016796401/)

Article
**John Aldrich**
(2021)

Mathematical women in the British Isles 1878–1940: using the Davis archive.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 210-218).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB350249060/)

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