Historia Mathematica

(The TQCC of Historia Mathematica is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The mathematics of the past: distinguishing its history from our heritage43
Models and Maps from the Marshall Islands: A Case in Ethnomathematics18
Beyond Cartesian limits: Leibniz's passage from algebraic to “transcendental” mathematics15
From Student Club to National Society: The Founding of the London Mathematical Society in 186513
Developing into series and returning from series: A note on the foundations of eighteenth-century analysis13
The Emancipation of Mathematical Research Publishing in the United States from German Dominance (1878–1945)12
Different cultures of computation in seventh century China from the viewpoint of square root extraction12
On mathematical problems as historically determined artifacts: Reflections inspired by sources from ancient China11
Arithmetic of algebraic curves from diophantus to Poincaré9
The history of differential forms from Clairaut to Poincaré8
How trisections of the angle were transmitted from Greek to islamic geometry7
Non-Desarguian geometries and the foundations of geometry from David Hilbert to Ruth Moufang7
Convergence and formal manipulation in the theory of series from 1730 to 18157
From frege to Gödel: A source book in mathematical logic, 1879–19316
Emigration of mathematicians from outside German-speaking academia 1933–1963, supported by the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning5
Mathematics and Her Sisters in Medieval Islam: A Selective Review of Work Done from 1985 to 19955
The difference 512 in a5
Proofs and algebra in al-Fārisī's commentary5
From the theory of “congeneric surd equations” to “Segre's bicomplex numbers”4
Personae at play. ‘Men of Mathematics’ in commentary4
A survey of Japanese publications on the history of Japanese traditional mathematics (Wasan) from the last 30 years4
Mathematical commentaries in Arabic and Persian – purposes, forms, and styles4
An Earlier Date for “Cramer's Rule”4
From National to International Society: The London Mathematical Society, 1867–19004
Calcul différentiel et intégral adapté aux substitutions par Volterra4
On the transmission of geometry from Greek into Arabic3
The commentator's craft: Building a mathematical commentary from quotations3
A History of Complex Dynamics, from Schröder to Fatou and Julia.By Daniel S. Alexander. Wiesbaden (Vieweg).3
Re-examination of the different origins of the arithmetical books of Euclid's Elements3
Intensional vs extensional probabilities from their origins to Laplace3
Tracing the early history of algebra: Testimonies on Diophantus in the Greek-speaking world (4th–7th century CE)3