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Claudius Ptolemy was a famous Greek philosopher, a physicist born in Roman Egypt, who lived in Alexandria during the period from 127 to 151 AD. His most important work "The MEGISTI" (or "Mathematical Syntax”), survived in Arabic as "Almagest" and is based on previous observations of


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