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Sir Isaac Newton, English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, theologian and occultist

Leonhard Euler, Swiss mathematician and physicist

Gottfried von Leibniz, German mathematician and philosopherGottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, German mathematician and philosopher

Archimedes, Greek mathematician and inventor

Rene Descartes, French mathematician and philosopher. His most famous philosophical statement was: I think, therefore I am

Jacquetta Hawkes, Bertrand Russell and Stephen King-HallJacquetta Hawkes (1910-1996), British writer and archaeologist, Bertrand Russell (Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell, 1872-1970), British philosopher, logician, mathematician

Boy Does Math Homework Date: 1947

Sir Isaac Newtons tomb in Westminster AbbeySir Isaac Newton (1642 - 1727), English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, theologian and occultist

Isaac Barrow, English scholar and mathematicianIsaac Barrow (1630-1677), English mathematician. He contributed to the development of calculus and discovered the fundamental theorem of calculus. He was also a classical and theological scholar

Childs slate and toy gun on a Christmas card. early 20th century

Sofia Kovalevskaya - Russian MathematicianSofia Vasilyevna Kovalevskaya (1850-1891) - Russian female mathematician, and also the first woman appointed to a full professorship in Europe in 1889. Date: circa 1889

French bank note, 50 FrancsFrench bank note, Banque de France, 50 Francs, issued on 19 May 1949. With a portrait of the French mathematician and astronomer Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier (1811-1877) on the front

James Hodder, MathJAMES HODDER mathematician Date: CIRCA 1661

Blaise Pascal, French mathematician, at the age of 12Blaise Pascal, French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer and Catholic philosopher. Seen here at the age of 12, writing out some calculations on the floor

Little girl teaching maths to circus elephantsUnusual Friends - little girl teaching maths to circus elephants. 1950s

Childs slate with pen and toy soldiers on a New Year card. Date: early 20th century

Childs slate with pen and scribbles on a New Year card. Date: early 20th century

Childs slate with pen and scribbles on a Christmas card. Date: early 20th century

Childs slate with pen and baubles on a Christmas card. early 20th century

Roman Villa of Pisoes. Polychrome mosaic with geometric motiRoman Art. Portugal. Roman Villa of Pisoes. 1st to 4th century. Polychrome mosaic decorated with geometric motifs. Detail. Near Beja. El Alentejo

Juan Perez de Moya (1514-1595). Spanish mathematician. Speculative and practical arithmetic. Title cover. 1675. Madrid. Spain

Joseph Louis Lagrange, mathematician and astronomerJoseph Louis Lagrange (1736-1813), Italian-French mathematician and astronomer. Date: circa 1790

Johann Bernouilli, Swiss mathematicianJohann Bernouilli (1667 - 1748), Swiss mathematician, one of many mathematicians of the Bernouilli family. He is especially known for his contributions to infinitesimal calculus. Date: circa 1710

Children playing schools, with a teacher writing sums up on a blackboard. Date: circa 1930s

BERNOULLI, Johann (1667-1748). Swiss mathematician. Development of infinitesimal calculus. Catenary solution Bernoullis rule. Engraving

WW2 poster, Elephants know no arithmetic. Its the little things that count. Attention to detail is vital to all good work. Design by Victor Hicks. Date: 1940s

Nursery Rhymes -- boy with slate, mice with cheeseNursery Rhymes -- two illustrations. Above -- a boy sits doing sums on a slate while other boys play football. Below -- mice eating bread, cheese and an apple. Date: early 20th century

Thomas Harper, MathTHOMAS HARPER Arithmetician, concerned less with the abstractions of the higher mathematician, more with the day-to-day activities of the accountant. Date: CIRCA 1765

PACIOLI, Luca (1445-1510). Italian mathematician" PACIOLI, Luca (1445-1510). Italian mathematician an clergyman. " Divina Proporcione". FRANCE. Paris. National Library."

Portrait of Reverend Baden PowellHead and shoulders portrait of Reverend Baden Powell (1796-1860), father of Robert Baden Powell, drawn by his wife, Henrietta Grace Baden Powell (nee Smyth, 1824-1914)

Christian Huygens, Dutch scientistChristian (or Christiaan) Huygens, Dutch mathematician, physicist, horologist and astronomer, notable for his contributions to telescopes and to the nature of light

John Napier, Scottish mathematicianJohn Napier, 8th Laird of Merchiston, Scottish mathematician, physicist, astronomer and astrologer, inventor of logarithms

Archimedes demonstrating reflecting mirrorsArchimedes, Greek mathematician and inventor, demonstrating the use of reflecting mirrors to set fire to enemy ships

Pierre de Fermat, French lawyer and mathematicianPierre de Fermat, French lawyer and amateur mathematician. He is known for developments leading to modern calculus, and for research into the theory of numbers

Evariste Galois, French mathematician. Sadly, he died in a duel at the age of 20