Although God knows everything about mathematics (He is omniscient), no. God is not a mathematician.
Archimedes was a physicist and mathematician, not a god.
No. Rather, he was a Greek mathematician.
The most important person in Greece was God because God made the world, and the world made Greece. :) i need help on this Edit: The most important people in Ancient Greece were Archimedes, Pythagoras, and Alexander the Great. Archimedes was a famous greek mathematician, and was one who came up with a way to find the volume of an irregular shaped object, and found an accurate value of Pi. Pythagoras was a greek philosopher. Alexander the Great was a military genius and worthy ruler, who helped Athens overthrow the Persian Empire in 479 BC original answer was not made by me.
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A ruler of something is the same as saying the God of something. Ex: Zeus is the ruler of the sky. Zeus is the God of the sky.
The Egyptian god of rebirth is the god Khepri. The ruler of the Underworld and the afterlife is the god Osiris.
Zeus is the ruler of the sky
The god Neptune was the ruler of horses and the sea.
Zeus is a god, and he is the god of gods, or ruler of all the gods, including his wife, lol
The "divine right of Kings" is the idea that God chooses a nation's ruler.
An ancient Egyptian Ruler was known as a Pharaoh. The only God that I can think of that was a Pharaoh and a God was Osiris, the original god of farming.