

The web sites listed below contain many examples of magic squares and cubes.
Harvey Heinz's site MAGIC SQUARES, MAGIC STARS & OTHER PATTERNS  is the source of the references listed below: Mutsumi Suzuki's excellent MAGIC SQUARES  a large site, mostly magic squares some magic stars Also a lot of links Eric W. Weisstein's Magic Squares  part of Eric's Treasure Trove Of Math, a very comprehensive work Magic Squares by "Grog"  theory of Pandiagonal magic squares. Also a good history of magic squares. Aale de Winkel – explores theory of magic squares and cubes  carpets, pedagrees, multiplication, etc.Also Pan Stars Suzanne Alejandre: Magic Squares  this attractive page presents magic squares as a way of teaching math. Concentric Magic Squares – The sum of the cells in each border form an arithmetic progression Ollerenshaw & Brée’s MostPerfect Pandiagonal Magic Squares and book Fabrizio Pivari's Strange Magic Squares  a different way of looking at magic squares. Robert W. Wilke's Nested Magic Squares  simple inlaid Magic squares. Samples. Some theory. Strange Magic Squares  Fabrizio Pivari  some very strange magic squares Dave Harper's unusual Magic Square patterns: uses Java script functions to involve the viewer AntiMagic Squares by John Cormie & Vaclav Linek presents an extensive investigation of this subject.

