Euclid of Alexandria (lived c. 300 BCE) systematized ancient Greek and Near Eastern mathematics...
Euclid of Alexandria
An illustration of Euclid of Alexandria, the 4th century BCE mathematician.
Hellenic Trade Routes, 300 BCE
Alexander the Great died in Babylon on the 13th of June, 323 BCE. His Macedonian-Greek empire broke apart, but Alexander’s...
Heron of Alexandria
Click the picture aboveto see two larger pictures Show birthplace location Sometimes called Hero, Heron of Alexandria...
Historical Accuracy in the Film Agora
In 2009, film director Alejandro Amenabar brought the story of Hypatia of Alexandria (c. 370-415 CE) to the screen through...
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Hypatia of Alexandria
Hypatia of Alexandria (c. 370 CE - March 415 CE) was a female philosopher and mathematician, born in Alexandria, Egypt possibly...
Hypatia of Alexandria: The Passing of Philosophy to Religion
Hypatia, the much loved pagan philosopher of Alexandria, Egypt, has long been acknowledged as the symbol of the passing...
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The History of The Patriarchs of Alexandria And in those days Heraclius saw a dream in which it was said to him: "Verily...