Dear historians, we only considered until now, second degree mis-attributions. What about considering 3rd degree or more? As an example, we can consider Bezout's identity, which we find in Bachet, and far beyond, in Brahmagupta. Bezout's appeared in his *Cours de Mathe/matiques a\ l'usage des Gardes du Pavillon et de la Marine, Troisie\me Partie contenant l'Alge\bre et lÃÂ¹Application de cette Science \a l'Arithme/tique et \a la Ge/ome/trie* (Musier, Paris 1766) on pages 118-121. Bachet's can be read in the second edition (1624) of his *Proble\mes plaisans et de/lectables qui se font par les nombres*. For what is of Brahmagupta my science is not a spring one, and all I know is that it should be found in his *Brahma-Sghuta-Siddanta (628)*, which was translated by Colebrooke (London, 1817).