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Eratosthenes was a Greek mathematician and astronomer, named chief of the Library of Alexandria. He is recognized as the first person that calculated the circumference of Earth, he did it by his own rudimentary means and the results were quite accurate.

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Anders Celsius was a Swedish astronomer, physicist, and mathematician who lent his last name to the widely used Celsius temperature scale. There is also a crater on the moon named for him.

the city of balls, Greece, which was named after the greek god "Balls" (god of entertainment)

it comes from the Ancient Greek city named Olympia

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Eratosthenes was a Greek mathematician and astronomer, named chief of the Library of Alexandria. He is recognized as the first person that calculated the circumference of Earth, he did it by his own rudimentary means and the results were quite accurate.

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