The first bimagic square of the world

The Frenchman Georges Pfeffermann discovered the first bimagic square in 1890 and published it on January 15, 1891 in the magazine Les Tablettes du Chercheur in the form of a puzzle. Only some numbers were entered, and other fields remained empty. 14 days later the solution was presented.

568189
20482910
2613644
5301260
15634150
55115845
61422739
6237513
56348571847931
332054487295910
264313236438449
195353053124660
152563241245040
655171136583245
611642522713922
446228371451213

You will find more information about bimagic squares of G. Peffermann on the multimagic pages of Christian Boyer. You can also create some bimagic squares of order 8 by yourself.