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  Archimedes   of Syracuse - mathematician and inventor; died in 211 B.c.
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215/12 Archimedes runs from his bath exclaiming "I've found it" after workin
215/13 Archimedes constructs war engines for Hieron.
213/6 and sea, but are forced back by war machines designed by Archimedes.
211/11 Archimedes visits Egypt and invents "Archimedes' Screw".
211/12 Archimedes constructs a globe which represents the movements of the
211/13 Archimedes requests that his tombstone shows his discovery of the rat
211/14 General remarks on the character and achievements of Archimedes.
211/15 Marcellus captures Syracuse; the death of Archimedes.
150/16a Gallus explains Archimedes' globe.
75/30 Cicero uncovers and restores Archimedes' tomb at Syracuse.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.206-208 *   of Syracuse, which also Archimedes the geometrician super
Athen_14.634   by the contrivances of Archimedes, used to say that Arch
ChronPasc_432   rime. [Ol. 139.1] The engineer Archimedes was in his prime
Cic:Acad_2.116   his oath, and not until Archimedes has first, with him looking
Cic:DeOr_3.132   geometry under Euclid and Archimedes, that music under Damon
Cic:Rep_1.21   account of the fame of Archimedes, when I actually saw it
Cic:Rep_1.28   liberty, was doing more than Archimedes, one of those citizens, when
Cic:Tusc_1.63   heavens: [63]   for when Archimedes described in a sphere the
Cic:Tusc_5.64   of the same city, called Archimedes, who lived many years after;
Galen_1.657   in a similar way that Archimedes, as they say, burnt
Oros_4.17   of remarkable ingenuity made by Archimedes of Syracuse. 2 In the
Plin:HN_7.125   [125] Archimedes also received striking testimony to
Polyaen_8.11.1   walls by the machines of Archimedes, desisted for a time
ValMax_8.7e.7   that the diligence of Archimedes was very profitable, except


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