Some sources relating to the history of science in medieval Islamic civilization, which do not seem to be available on the internet elsewhere.
For sources related to alBiruni, Ibn alHaytham, alKhwarizmi, and Jamshid alKashi and the Samarkand school, see the special webpages
www.albiruni.nl www.ibnalhaytham.nl www.alkhwarizmi.nl and www.samarkand.eu.
 S.A. Ali, edition of Abu'lWafa' alBuzjani, Baghdad 1979, Download.
 A. Anbouba, edition of alKaraji, alBadi` fi aljabr, Beirut 1964, Download.
 Yvonne DoldSamplonius, Dissertation: Book of Assumptions by Aqatun (Kitab alMafrudat liAqatun), Amsterdam 1977.
 Yvonne DoldSamplonius, Article: Some remarks on the Book of Assumptions by Aqatun, Journal for the History of Arabic Science 2 no. 2 (1978), pp. 255263. (A summary of the dissertation). Related to this:
"The Geometrical Elements by Archimedes" Kitab fi'lu.sUl alhandasiyya liArshimidis, Hyderabad, Osmania Oriental Publications Bureau, 1948 (source, the manuscript Patna, Bankipore 2468), and " On tangent circles by Archimedes" fi'ldawA'ir almutamAssa liArshimidis, Hyderabad, Osmania Oriental Publications Bureau, 1948 (source, the manuscript Patna, Bankipore 2468)
 Khalil Jaouiche (19252002), Na.zariyyat almutawAziyAt fi alhandasa alislAmiyya [The theory of parallel lines in Islamic geometry], Tunis 1988 (in Arabic), download.
Note that there is also a French version of this book: Khalil Jaouiche, La théorie des parallèles en pays d'Islam, Paris: Vrin, 1986, as far as I know not available online.
 C. Paul Luckey (18841949), Biography and
bibliography
 G.H. Mossaheb, Hakim Omare Khayyam as an Algebraist, Tehran 1960 [in Persian]
 E.B. Plooij, Dissertation:: Euclid's conception of ratio and his definition of proportional magnitudes
as criticized by Arabian commentators,
Rotterdam: Uitgeverij W.J. van Hengel, 1950.
 A. Q. Qorbani, BuzjaniNameh. Tehran 1371 A.H. solar [in Persian]
 A.I. Sabra, Arabic edition of alKhayyam's treatise on the difficulties in Euclid's Elements:
Risala fi sharh ma ashkala min musaradat kitab Uqlidis, Alexandria 1961.
 A.S. Saidan, Arabic edition of Nasir alDin alTusi's treatise (13th century) on computation
[Jawami` alhisab bi'ltakht wa'lturab], in AlAbhath 20 (1967) no. 2, pp. 91164, no. 3, pp. 213292, download.
 A.S. Saidan, Arabic edition of Abd alQadir ibn Tahir alBaghdadi, AlTakmila fi'lhisab, Kuwayt 1974, download
 A.S. Saidan, Arabic edition of Thabit ibn Qurra, Treatise on Amicable Numbers, Amman 1977, download
 A.S. Saidan, History of Algebra in Medieval Islam: a Comparative Study. Part 1: Algebra in Eastern Islam. Study built upon alFakhry of alKaraji Kuwayt 1985, download
 C. Schoy, pp. 7491 of
Die Trigonometrischen Lehren des persischen Astronomen ... AlBiruni
(section on the regular heptagon, including German translation of a text attributed to Archimedes)
 Svami Govinda Tirtha, The nectar of grace: Omar Khayyam's Life and Works, Hyderabad Dn. 1941,
download.
 Saleh Zeki, Athare Baqiyeh
(Istanbul 1329 H = 1911 CE) (a work in Ottoman Turkish in Arabic script on the history of mathematics in Islamic civilization, based on the author's study of unpublished Arabic manuscripts in the rich libraries of Istanbul).
Volume 1: Scan.
Contents of volume 1: pp. 120: Preface and introduction. Chapter 1: pp. 2142: introduction to medieval Islamic trigonometry. The "theorem that dispenses" (shakl mughni) [i.e. that makes Menelaus' transversal theorem superfluous]; pp. 4365: addition and subtraction formulae; the shadow theorem; pp. 6684: solving (plane and spherical) triangles. Chapter 2: pp. 85120: Computation of trigonometrical tables; Abu'lWafa.; pp. 121139: The trigonometrical tables of Ulug Beg and his computation of sin(1), the computation of sin(1) by Qadi Zadeh Rumi; pp. 140154: Conclusion: later history of trigonometry Appendix: pp. 155203: Appendix: Bibliographical data of some medieval Islamic mathematicians; pp. 204207: Errata.
Material on tilings
 Topkapi Scroll: The splendid facsimile edition with commentary by Gülrü Necipoglu is now available free of charge
on the internet on the publisher's website, download
 Materials related to the anonymous Persian manuscript on tilings, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds Persan 169, ff. 180a199a, can be found in Gülrü Necipoglu, ed., The Arts of Ornamental Geometry:
A Persian Compendium on Similar and Complementary Interlocking Figures. A Volume Commemorating Alpay Özdural, Leiden, Brill, 2017). Download the book free of charge.
 The entire manuscript Paris, BN, Persan 169 is available in a full color digital version (gallica.bnf.fr)
 M.S. Bulatov, Geometricheskaya Garmonizatsiya v architekture srednei Azii IXXV vv., Moscow 1988, Appendix with a translation of the anonymous Persian geometrical manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds Persan, Or. 169 ff. 180a199a. [This was the first serious publication on the Persian manuscript]
Note that Bulatov's entire book is now available in English: Mitkhat S. Bulatov, Geometric Harmonization in the Architecture of Central Asia: 9th15th Centuries (Historical  Theoretical Research), Translated from Russian by Liliya Sattarova, Istanbul, IRCICA, 2022.
Project Director: Mahmud Erol Kılıç; Contributors to English edition: Ashirbek Muminov, Taha Zahid Özdemir, Zeynep Durukal.
Islamic Architecture and Heritage Preservation
no. 3. 430 p.: ill., plans (in English)
ISBN 9789290634102. More information.
 Modern Persian rendering in Seyyed Alireza Jazbi, Handasaye Irani, Tehran 1376 A.H. Solar,
scan.
