# Syracuse, Archimedes of

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**Archimedes' Principle**— Archimedes (287 212 B.C.) was a legend during his lifetime. He was a brilliant mathematician and an inventor of the Archimedes screw, a machine for raising water. Although the lever had been in use long before Archimedes, he worked out the… … Dictionary of eponyms**Archimedes' screw**— was operated by hand and could raise water efficiently … Wikipedia**Archimedes' use of infinitesimals**— is the first attested explicit use. The work with infinitesimals of the ancient Greek mathematician, physicist, and engineer from Syracuse is found in the celebrated Archimedes Palimpsest. The palimpsest includes Archimedes account of his… … Wikipedia**Archimedes**— [är΄kə mē′dēz΄] 287? 212 B.C.; Gr. mathematician & inventor, born in Syracuse (Sicily) Archimedean [är΄kə mē′dē ən, är΄kə mi dē′ən] adj … English World dictionary**Archimedes**— For other uses, see Archimedes (disambiguation). Archimedes of Syracuse (Greek: Ἀρχιμήδης) … Wikipedia**Archimedes**— /ahr keuh mee deez/, n. 287? 212 B.C., Greek mathematician, physicist, and inventor: discovered the principles of specific gravity and of the lever. * * * born с 290–280 BC, Syracuse, Sicily died 212/211 BC, Syracuse Legendary Greek inventor and… … Universalium**Syracuse, Sicily**— Infobox Settlement official name = Syracuse established title = Founded established date = 734 BC nickname = motto = website = http://www.comune.siracusa.it image seal size = 100px map caption = Location of the city of Syracuse (red dot) within… … Wikipedia**Archimedes**— (287 bc–212bc) Greek mathematician Archimedes father was an astronomer and he himself inherited an interest in the subject. He was educated in Alexandria and spent most of the rest of his life in his birthplace, Syracuse, under the patronage of… … Scientists**Archimedes Russell**— Infobox Architect image size = caption = name = Archimedes Russell nationality = birth date = 1840 birth place = death date = 1915 death place = practice name = significant buildings= Crouse College, Syracuse University significant projects =… … Wikipedia**Archimedes of Syracuse**— SUBJECT AREA: Mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic engineering, Ports and shipping [br] b. 287 BC d. 212 BC [br] Greek engineer who made the first measurement of specific gravity. [br] He studied in Alexandria, after which he returned to Syracuse… … Biographical history of technology