Here is a selection of Web sites which cover various aspects of the history of mathematics.

- The British Society for the History of Mathematics

A wide variety of items. - History of Mathematics

This is an excellent set of pages, containing just about everything you could want to find. Unfortunately it is based in the US, so access can be quite slow, but it is worth waiting. - History of Mathematics archive

A collection of texts, including short biographies of 17th- and 18th-century mathematicians. - MacTutor History of Mathematics archive

Based in St. Andrews, this contains biographies of over 1000 mathematicians and a lot of other interesting information. - Biographies of women mathematicians
- The Virtual Museum of Computing (Oxford) is well worth visiting; among other things, it includes
- Alan Turing home page
- Green’s Mill, Nottingham

This is a grain mill owned by mathematician

George Green

and now converted into a science centre. - Mathematics: Ancient Science and its Modern Fates

A guide to mathematical texts in the Vatican Library. - Computing and Mathematics at the Science Museum