Ctesibius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Alexandria - engineer and inventor, 3rd century B.C.
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Ctesibius invents a pneumatic pump, a water organ, and other devices.
rber by trade; and his name in Ctesibius. And Aristocles
oning the rhytum made by Ctesibius the engineer, speaks
of Chalcis - Cynic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Sayings of the philosopher Ctesibius of Chalcis.
delus, Charmides, Cleanthes, Ctesibius, Hemon, Telephus, and others.
calm reflection. Ctesibius also of Chalcis, a philosophe
alogues. [55.] But Ctesibius of Chalcis, the friend of Men
orations. Though Ctesibius in his book of philosophy aff
- Greek historian, (?) 3rd century B.C.
& The death of the historian Ctesibius.  [STEPHANUS
the historians, Ctesibius died at the age of one hundre
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