I am a professional mathematician and an avid Latinist, and I would like to be able to read and write mathematics in Latin. I prefer classical style, so I would like to read some ancient mathematical texts in Latin. Writing modern mathematics does require some adjustments, of course, but I would like to have some classical style examples.
Can someone suggest some ancient mathematical texts? I was unsuccessful at finding any. If there are many options, I would prefer something that is considered good style (like Caesar or Cicero in prose). Ancient translations from Greek or any other language to Latin are fine. I assume at least some parts of Euclid's Elements were translated in antiquity, but I could not find Latin translations made before 16th century. The text need not be an entire book on mathematics, as long as there is a part dedicated to it.