Q: Did Pythagoras have any children

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Pythagoras married one of his young disciples, Theano, at age 61, and had 5 children.

Actually Pythagoras had 4 children. He had 3 daughters, and 1 son. His daughters names were Damo, myia, and Arignote. His sons name was Telouges. He made these children with Theno his spouse. He did not make these children with pythasis that was his mom.

The names of Pythagoras's sons were Teluage and Mnesarchus, named after his father.His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges, and three daughters, Damo, Arignote, and Myia

Pythagoras got married in Samos, Greece, to a very young woman called Theano and had five children together.

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Because Pythagoras lived more than 2000 years ago, the names of his children if any, are lost to history.

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Yes, he did. He had 5 children.

His children are variously stated to have included a son, Telauges, and three daughters, Damo, Arignote, and Myia.

Pythagoras married one of his young disciples, Theano, at age 61, and had 5 children.

yes and her name was theano

Actually Pythagoras had 4 children. He had 3 daughters, and 1 son. His daughters names were Damo, myia, and Arignote. His sons name was Telouges. He made these children with Theno his spouse. He did not make these children with pythasis that was his mom.

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To school children in the Western world, Pythagoras is probably best known for Pythagoras theorem. However, apart from Eurocentrism, there is little to connect Pythagoras with the theorem since it was known to Mesopotemian, Chinese and Indian mathematicians for centuries before Pythagoras.