Who created the first catalogue of the stars and first map of the skies?

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Hipparchus (or Hipparchos) is credited with developing the first catalog of the stars and map of the skies. He was a Greek astrologer and astronomer as well as a geographer and mathematician.
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The Sumerians and Egyptians certainly had star maps and catalogs, but these have been lost. The oldest star atlas that we have record of was compiled by the Greek-Egyptian astronomer
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Hipparchus (190-120 B.C. was an ancient Greek
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Probably the earliest was made in what is now modern Iraq, between the two rivers, the Tigris and the Euphrates. It is felt that there was a possible unlikely source for early descriptions
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