- An Applet to show how Cavalieri's Principal can be used to find the volume of a sphere has been created by Walter Fendt in Germany.

- Math on the Web is an AMS page that has lots of useful links.
- A Bibliography of Collected Works and Correspondence of Mathematicians at Cornell.

- Oliver Byrne, The first six books of the elements of Euclid, in which coloured diagrams and symbols are used instead of letters for the greater ease of learners (1849).
- Blaise Pascal,
*Traite du triangle arithmetique*(1654). The title page and and the triangle itself make splendid overheads. -
The Online Newton Project intends to provide online access to all of the
Newton manuscripts in the Babson Collection, and to the books of Newton
published in his lifetime.

- Livres Nume/rise/s Mathe/matiques, LiNuM. This has a long list of mathematicians some of whose works are on the internet in full text versions.
- Jahrbuch Database, JFM:
- DIgitised European PERiodicals, DIEPER.
This contains
*CENTAURUS, International Magazine of the History of Science and Medicine*, Volumes 1 (1950) - 24 (1980). - Project Euclid at Cornell has several journals on line and free.

- The Euler Society deals with all aspects of Euler's works.
- History and Pedagogy of Mathematics, HPM.
- History of Science Society. Includes a list of graduate schools in history of science (search the pages for mathematics). Members have access to a webliography of 237,000 entries.
- HOMSIGMAA, MAA Special Interest Group on the History of Mathematics.

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