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date: 23 May 2024

Ptolemy (Claudius Ptolemaeus), 

Who's Who in the Classical World
G. J. ToomerG. J. Toomer, Andrew D. BarkerAndrew D. Barker

wrote at Alexandria, between ad 146 and c.170, definitive works in many of the mathematical sciences, including astronomy and geography. ...ptolemy'sharmonics Ptolemy's Harmonics is outstanding in its field, and significant in the history of scientific thought for its sophisticated blend of rationalist and empiricist methodology. While rejecting Aristoxenian empiricism (... ...

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