Q: Archimedes was a native of the Greek city of Syracuse on the island of?

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Archimedes.

Archimedes was an ancient Greek scientist and astronomer. His handwriting is small and neat, written in straight lines, and including diagrams and mathematical equations.

Yes he was. He was also a mathematition, logician, and an inventor.

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Archimedes was born and lived in Syracuse in what is now Sicily. Syracuse then was a Greek colony and so he would have been considered Greek.

Archimedes lived in ancient Greece, in the city of Syracuse on the island of Sicily. He was born around 287 BC and died around 212 BC.

The answer is Syracuse

The hometown of Archimedes was Syracuse Sicily. This was back when Sicily was a Greek colony. Archimedes was born in 287 BC and is one of the most famous mathematicians in history.

He lived in Syracuse, Sicily, a greek colony at the time.

it should be Archimedes of Syracuse i might be mistaken though

No, in Greek "eureka" means "I have found it". This is why scientists in films say "EUREKA!" every single time that they have found something. It was made famous by Archimedes of Syracuse.

Archimedes (of Syracuse).

No, Archimedes of Syracuse who lived between 287 BC to 212 BC was a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer. He lived and worked in Sicily.

Although he lived in Syracuse, he spoke Greek because that part of Italy was colonized by Greeks.

Archimedes of Syracuse was a Greek inventor-scientist-physicist-mathematician and scientist . See link for an in-depth article from Wikipedia .

Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse lived from around 287 BC to 212 BC. He was born about 2300 years ago (as dated to 2013).