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495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher,

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He apparently grew up on Samos , but traveled with his father. There is some evidence, however that there was a friendship between the two men and Pythagoras actually traveled to Egypt with a letter of introduction from Polycrates around 535 BC. The Samians were not ve... More »

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He migrated from

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This theorem is a notable

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Born on the island of

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