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Euclid sometimes called Euclid of Alexandria to distinguish him from Euclides of Megara, was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the "father of ...

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Euclid actually made few discoveries. He did make a few, but very minute ones. His books, the Elements, are based on the works of people before him.

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Euclid was a renowned Greek mathematician, known as the 'Father of Geometry'. This biography ... Top 10 Facts You Did Not Know About Euclid. The name ...

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The life of Euclid is not well documented, but it is known that he lived in Athens, Greece for a time. He is also known to have taught in Alexandria, Egypt....

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Euclid was a Greek mathematician three centuries before Christ, who taught at the ancient Library of Alexandria and laid out the principles that came to define ...

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Anyone interested in Greek history, ancient cultures, mathematics, physics, and natural sciences might be interested to learn about Euclid and his ...

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Alexandria, Egypt Greek mathematician. The Greek mathematician (math expert) Euclid wrote the Elements, a thirteen-volume set of textbooks of geometry (the ...

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The famous Greek scientist and mathematician Euclid (300 BC) is best known as the author of the Elements, the oldest book consisting of geometrical theorems.

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Until the twentieth century, his name alone was a synonym for geometry ("Did you read your Euclid?" the teacher would ask). Although not an original ...