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Eratosthenes of Cyrene was a Greek mathematician, geographer, poet,
astronomer, and music ... The son of Aglaos, Eratosthenes was born in 276 BC in
Cyrene. Now part of modern-day Libya, Cyrene had b...

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Eratosthenes was born in Cyrene which is now in Libya in North Africa. His
teachers included the scholar Lysanias of Cyrene and the philosopher Ariston of
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Eratosthenes was a famous Greek philosopher, mathematician and geographer
who is credited for the measurement of earth's circumference. Read on to know ...

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Eratosthenes was born in Cyrene, Greece, which is now known as Libya, in North
Africa, in 276 B.C.E.. It is believed that he starved himself to death in 195 ...

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Born: 276 BC in Cyrene (modern day Libya) Died: 194 BC (at age 82) in
Alexandria, ... Eratosthenes was a mathematician and astronomer from Greek
antiquity.

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Eratosthenes, son of Aglaos, was born in Cyrene but spent most of his working
life in Alexandria, where he was head of the library attached to the famous ...

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Eratosthenes Biography - The mathematician is also known as Eratosthenes of
Cyrene, he was also classified as being a poet, astronomer, geographer, athlete
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The Greek scholar of natural history Eratosthenes of Cyrene (ca. 284-ca. 205
B.C.) was proficient in many fields, but his most outstanding work was probably in
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Eratosthenes was a mathematician from ancient Greece. He was also active in
the fields of astronomy, geography, music, and poetry. Eratosthenes spent most ...

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Eratosthenes was born about 276 BC in Cyrene (modern Libya). When he was
still young he moved to Alexandria, in Egypt, and in 236 BC, when he was forty ...