Arithmetica

Arithmetica was originally written in thirteen books, but the Greek manuscripts that survived to the present contain no more than six books. In 1968, Fuat Sezgin found four previously unknown books of Arithmetica at the shrine of Imam Rezā in the holy Islamic city of Mashhad in northeastern Iran. The four books are thought to have been translated...
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Arithmetica

(from the article `Hypatia`) According to the Suda Lexicon, a 10th-century encyclopedia, Hypatia wrote commentaries on the Arithmetica of Diophantus of Alexandria, on the Conics ... ...number of dots can be arranged in the form of a regular polygon). The second, a large and extremely influential treatise upon which all the ... [4 rel...
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