## A History of Greek Mathematics: From Thales to Euclid |

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Apollonius Archimedes Archytas Arist Aristotle arithmetic astronomy attributed axis base bisect Book centre circle circumference commensurable cone construction cube curve definition Democritus diameter discovered discovery divided Elements equal equation equilateral Euclid Eudemus Eudoxus fact figure follows fractions geometry given straight line gives gnomon greater Greek Hippocrates Iamblichus incommensurable indivisible indivisible lines inscribed irrational isosceles latter lemma length less lune magnitudes mathematicians mathematics mean proportionals measure Menaechmus method method of exhaustion motion multiple namely Nicomachus odd numbers Pappus parallel parallelogram passage pentagon perpendicular plane Plato Plutarch polygon porisms Postulate problem Proclus Proclus on Eucl proof Prop propositions proved pyramid Pythagoras Pythagoreans quadratrix quadrature radius ratio rectangle rectilineal right angles right-angled triangle says semicircle side similarly solid solution sphere square number suppose Thales Theaetetus Theon of Smyrna theorem theory of proportion things Timaeus tion translation treatise