The Mishnat ha-Middot, the First Hebrew Geometry of about 150 C. E., and the Geometry of Muhammad Ibn Musa Al-Khowarizmi, the first Arabic Geometry , Representing the Arabic Version of the Mishnat ha-Middot. Solomon Gandz [Book Review]

Isis 20 (1):274-280 (1933)

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