Eudoxus of Cnidus

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Eudoxus of Cnidus

(juːˈdɒksəs; ˈnaɪdəs)
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(Biography) ?406–?355 bc, Greek astronomer and mathematician; believed to have calculated the length of the solar year
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It was a home to noted philosophers, historians, architects, and physicians of antiquity, including Hippocrates of Istankoy (Kos), Heracleitos of Ephesus, Thales and Anaximenes of Miletos and Eudoxos of Knidos, as well as history's first woman admiral, Artemisia I.