**List of the site's news added March 11, 2005**

- Unsolved problem of pandiagonal bimagic squares having all the broken diagonals bimagic, with most interesting attempts done in 1903 by Gaston Tarry, France, in 1939 by H. Schots, Belgium, and in 2000 by Su Maoting, China
- Three additions to the smallest bimagic square problem:
- In 1891, G. Pfeffermann, France, published a 7th-order partially bimagic square
- In 1934-1935, D.N. Lehmer, USA, studied the smallest bimagic square problem
- In 2004, Pan Fengchu, China, confirmed the impossibility of 7th-order fully bimagic squares and computed 86 nearly bimagic squares of order 7
- Slightly modified resume of Pan Fengchu, China
- Portrait of reverend Andrew H. Frost, England, added in his biography
- Link to a second biography of Gustavus Frankenstein, Germany/USA: biography available in AskART, "The American Artists Bluebook"
- The first perfect cube of order 9, constructed in 1905 by Charles Planck, England, can now be downloaded
- Biography of Charles Planck, England
- The first perfect cube of order 12, constructed in 1981 by William H. Benson, USA, can now be downloaded
- A second biography (in French) of Gabriel Arnoux, France, published in 1913 by Charles-Ange Laisant

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