Cleomedes


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Cleomedes

(klē'ōmē`dēz, klē'ə–), fl. 2d cent., Greek astronomer. In a treatise on the circular theory of heavenly bodies, he recorded several hypotheses, e.g., the earth's spherical form and the moon's revolutions, which were established by later scientists.
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The Lunar Reconnaisance Orbiter provides this view of Cleomedes Crater.
6-8 about Cleomedes of Astypalaea, who disappeared while seeking refuge from an angry mob in the sanctuary of Athena: "He entered a chest standing in the sanctuary and drew down the lid.
10) A medicao da Terra executada por Posidonio encontra-se descrita por Cleomedes (De motu circulari, 1.
The closest be comes to answering it is the description of Cleomedes, the fifth-century Olympic victor who miraculously escaped from a closed chest: "It is perhaps because of the exceptional nature of Cleomedes' disappearance that he is the only one of these fabled athletes to be unambiguously called a hero" (41).
But, in its overall features the evidence suggests that Posidonius and Cleomedes differed from their Stoic precursors on this topic.
los articulos correspondientes a las voces Aristarco, Aristoteles, Bulialdo, Capuano, Cleomedes, Copernico, Dionisio, Eschicardo, Fracastor, Harpalo, Langreno, Lansberjio, Mar de los Humores, Petavio, Pitatus, Platon, Posidonio, Promontorium Acutum, Promontotium Somnii, Tico y Timocatis (DC s.
El atleta Cleomedes de Astipalea, enloquece fruto de una grave frustracion y asesina, derribando un edificio, a sesenta ninas (Paus.
As the astronomer Cleomedes put it in the second century AD, `Nature likes life, and reason proves that wherever conditions allow it, earth should be inhabited by living beings'.
Escritor que nos legou um documento impressionante da mais longa guerra ate entao travada, uma guerra de vinte e sete anos, por rigor cientifico Tucidides colhia informacoes junto das 'mais seguras fontes' ou procurava reproduzir dialogos entre os protagonistas da sua historia, quantas vezes num tom que quase nos sabe a reportagem directa, como acontece no tocante a troca de argumentos entre a delegacao que os estrategos atenienses Cleomedes e Tisias enviaram a ilha de Meios, antes de a atacarem, e os Melios, a quem propunham rendicao (cf.
Between Macrobius and Cleomedes, and continuing on toward the limb, there is a less-regular boundary with dark mare lava near the Wasatch Mountains.
Other dark halos are found in Petavius and Cleomedes, though those in the latter crater are tiny and very difficult to detect.
Whitaker's Procellarum circle continues through more ridges northwest of Cleomedes and between Atlas and Endymion before petering out in the north polar region.