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61. Plato And Platonism eudoxus of cnidusauthor of the doctrine of proportion expounded in Euclid's Elements,inventor of the method of finding the areas and volumes of curvilinear http://www.msu.org/ethics/content_ethics/texts/plato/plato_eb.htm  

62. History Of Mathematics Although eudoxus of cnidus later solved the dilemma by working out a theory ofproportion, after Pythagoras's time Greek mathematics became essentially http://pratt.edu/~arch543p/help/history_of_mathematics.html  

63. 370 BCE eudoxus of cnidus devises calendars using zodiac with 12 equal zodiacsigns. Invents geometrical theory of proportion. He had built http://www.astarotology.com/timeline/timeline/370_BCEx.html  

64. Sample Template eudoxus of cnidus eudoxus of cnidus was the son of Aischines. Hewas born on 408 BC in Cnidus, Asia Minor (now Turkey.) He died http://www.fallcreek.k12.wi.us/fcmiddle/departments/Math/Mlsna/7/Eudoxus4.htm 
65. Winter Constellations: Asterisms And Constellations The first complete description of the constellations was by eudoxus of cnidus in366 BC Most people think Eudoxus' writings are the main source of the legends http://members.aol.com/ckckside/reports/constellation/astrob.htm  

66. LUNATIC REORGANIZES HEAVENS Some lunatic named eudoxus of cnidus, (there have been whisperings from the oracleat Delphi that Cnidus will one day be called Turkey), thinks that the http://www.rainbowkids.de/unterhaltung/Geschichten/AWinghaven/lunatic.htm  

67. Astronomical Games: June 2001 explicit attempt at answering Plato's question in the affirmative was made by theGreek philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician eudoxus of cnidus (c. 400 http://astro.isi.edu/games/kepler.html  

68. Mercator's World Online eudoxus of cnidus, a contemporary of Platos, elaborated on the classical notionthat the sun, moon, planets, and stars occupied a series of concentric http://www.mercatormag.com/article.php3?i=38 
69. Chapter 15, Golden Mean 8 Perhaps the most gifted geometer to study there was eudoxus of cnidus, who finallybroke the deadlock of the irrationals, and freed geometry for the great http://www.anselm.edu/homepage/dbanach/pyth4.htm  

70. Chapter 16: Archimedes many of the irrationals. In Plato's own time, the two greatest wereTheaetetus of Athens and eudoxus of cnidus. And at the Lyceum http://www.anselm.edu/homepage/dbanach/arch.htm  

71. History Of Astronomy Thales. · Plato. · Aristarchus. · eudoxus of cnidus. · Aristotle. · Eratosthenesof Alexandria. · Hipparchus of Nicaea. · Ptolemy of Alexandria. Medieval. http://www.cerritos.edu/ladkins/a106/history_list_4.htm  

72. Models Of Planetary Motion  McConnell The Eudoxan Solution eudoxus of cnidus (c. 390 c. 337 BC) envisioned a system ofspheres whose combined uniform motion would resemble a hippopede, a figure http://faculty.fullerton.edu/cmcconnell/Planets.html  

73. Plato eudoxus of cnidus author of the doctrine of proportion expounded in Euclid's Elements,inventor of the method of finding the areas and volumes of curvilinear http://www.kat.gr/kat/history/Greek/Ph/Plato.htm  

74. Henry Mendell 343. Article on eudoxus of cnidus, Encyclopaedia Britannica online, (2002) http//www.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=33776 . http://www.ceu.hu/sun/sun 2003 modmod/CV/henry_mendell_2003.htm  

75. COSMOLOGY DAY. BOTH PLATO AND AFTERWARDS ARISTOTLE WERE FAMILIAR WITH AND DEVELOPEDTHE WORK OF eudoxus of cnidus (APPROX. 390337 BC). EUDOXUS http://mac01.eps.pitt.edu/courses/GEO0870CGS/COSMOLOGY.htm  

76. Planet Mars Chronology 4th century BC eudoxus of cnidus (c. 400350 BC), a Greek astronomerand mathematician, developed a system of 27 concentric spheres. http://humbabe.arc.nasa.gov/mgcm/fun/ancient_mars.html  

77. Ulearn Today  Magazine Book V shifts from plane geometry to expand on a general theory of ratiosand proportions, generally attributed to eudoxus of cnidus. http://www.ulearntoday.com/magazine/physics_article1.jsp?FILE=euclid 
78. GET YOUR DOMAIN .com .net .org .biz .info eudoxus of cnidus. Born 408 BC in Cnidus (on Resadiye BC in Cnidus, AsiaMinor (now Turkey). eudoxus of cnidus was the son of Aischines. http://math.5u.com/Eudoxus.htm  

79. EUDOXIAN MAGNITUDES In modern parlance these magnitudes are called Archimedean, but Archimedes(c.298 BC212 BC) got it from eudoxus of cnidus (c.408 BCc.355 BC). http://www.ida.liu.se/~rosgr/eudoxianmag.html  

80. Escaut To Euphuism. Alphabetic Index To Entries. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixt Euclid of Megara. Eudes. Eudocia. Eudocia Macrembolitissa. Eudoxia. eudoxusof cnidus. eudoxus of Cyzicus. Eugene III. Eugene IV. Eugene. Eugene of Savoy. http://www.bartleby.com/65/index80.html  

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