


[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  Explains contributions of Arabian mathematicians by translating early Greek texts, developing early algebraic ideas, number theory and astronomical calculations. Includes information about key people during this time period.
http://wwwhistory.mcs.stand.ac.uk/history/HistTopics/Arabic_mathematics.html

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  Includes a description of each written document, as well as some sample problems from the Rhind, Moscow and other papyri. These ancient written works were created between 1900 and 1800 BC.
http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/AncientAfrica/mad_ancient_egyptpapyrus.html

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  Describes what mathematicians have worked on, from ancient times to the present. Includes problems suitable for middle school and high school math students, with links to solutions.
http://mathforum.org/isaac/mathhist.html

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  An overview of the subject and a famous 1900 speech describing the main mathematical problems. Includes a chronological list of mathematicians and their work.
http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/

[ Teens ]  Explains the early development of mathematical concepts in astronomical calculations, number systems, calendars and climate studies.
http://www.saxakali.com/COLOR_ASP/historymaf.htm

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  An extensive and searchable archive covering famous people and concepts, as well as describing the development of mathematics in various cultures.
http://wwwgroups.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  La Hababra high school page includes dates related to important developments in the field of mathematics, which occurred from approximately 30,000 B.C. to 500 A.D. Features an accompanying timeline for general historic events and photos.
http://lahabra.seniorhigh.net/pages/teachers/pages/math/timeline/MpreAndAncient.html

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  Contains information on famous mathematicians, theorems, and topics.
http://www.mathsisgoodforyou.com/

[ Mature Teens ]  Discusses the development of numbers, addition tables, exercise problems and solutions for quadratic equations in one of the oldest known civilizations. Covers the period from 8000 B.C. to 364 A.D.
http://it.stlawu.edu/~dmelvill/mesomath/

[ Teens/Mature Teens ]  Explains the early methods of approximating this famous constant, which is used in measuring the area of a circle. Page includes the dates and names of people who were influential in improving these calculations.
http://personal.bgsu.edu/~carother/pi/Pi2.html




