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1. Bryson Origins The earliest known bearer of the name was bryson of heraclea, a mathematician ofancient Greece around 350 BC, who devised a new way of squaring a circle. http://www.brysonclan.net/old.htm  

2. The History Of Pi Antiphon and bryson of heraclea came up with the innovative idea of inscribinga polygon inside a circle, finding its area, and doubling the sides over and http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~cherlin/History/Papers2000/wilson.html  

3. History Of Mathematics: Chronology Of Mathematicians A list of all of the important mathematicians working in a given century.Category Science Math Mathematicians Directories...... c. 322); bryson of heraclea (c 350?); Menaechmus (c. 350) *SB; Theudiusof Magnesia (c. 350?); Thymaridas (c. 350); Dinostratus (fl. c http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/chronology.html  

4. History Of Mathematics: Greece Details development of mathematics in Greece. Includes maps, list of mathematicians, sources, and bibliography. 390c. 322). bryson of heraclea (c 350?). Menaechmus (c. http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/greece.html  

5. Bryson bryson of heraclea. Born about 450 BC in Heraclea (now Taranto, Italy) Died ? Aristotlementions bryson of heraclea, who was the son of Herodorus of Heraclea. http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Bryson.html  

6. Bryson Biography of Bryson (450BC390BC) bryson of heraclea. Born about 450 BC in Heraclea (now Taranto, Italy) http://wwwhistory.mcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Bryson.html  

7. B Index Filippo (1667*) Bruno, Francesco Faà di (521*) Bruno, Giuseppe (297) Bruno, Giordano(1891*), Bruns, Heinrich (90*) bryson of heraclea (527) Buckminster Fuller http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/B.html  

8. The Clan Bryson History The earliest known bearer of the name was bryson of heraclea, a mathematician of ancient Greece around 350 BC, http://www.irishclans.com/cgibin/iclans.cgi/clandisplay/wwwd/goti/iclans?alias= 
9. GottliebMath: Pi: History bryson of heraclea was the first person to try to calculate pi using a valuegreater than that of pi and one below pi (by inscribing and circumscribing http://www.joshgottlieb.net/gottliebmath/pi/history.html  

10. [ 3.14ever   Odyssey Charter School   ThinkQuest.org ] still bound to take place. Two of the first Greeks to discover Pi wereAntiphon and bryson of heraclea. They tried finding the area http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0213924/history.html  

11. B Index Bruns, Heinrich (90*). bryson of heraclea (527). Budan de Boislaurent (171) http://wwwgroups.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/B.html  

12. Historyofpi The Principle of exhaustion was developed in around 400BC by Antiphonand bryson of heraclea. This involved working out the area http://students.bath.ac.uk/ns1pnb/historyofpi.htm  

13. Full Alphabetical Index List of mathematical biographies indexed alphabetically Bruns, Heinrich (90*). bryson of heraclea (527). Buckminster Fuller, R (135*) http://wwwgroups.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/Full_Alph.html  

14. Full Alphabetical Index Translate this page 300*) Brouwer, LEJ (419*) Brown, Ernest (470*) Bruno, Francesco Faà di (521*) Bruno,Giuseppe (294) Bruns, Heinrich (90*) bryson of heraclea (527) Budan de http://www.maththinking.com/boat/mathematicians.html  

15. Bryson bryson of heraclea. Born about 450 BC in Heraclea Died ? Aristotle mentionsbryson of heraclea, who was the son of Herodorus of Heraclea. http://www.math.hcmuns.edu.vn/~algebra/history/history/Mathematicians/Bryson.htm 
16. GEOMETRY bryson of heraclea took an important step when he circumscribed, in addition toinscribing, polygons to a circle, but he committed an error in treating the http://18.1911encyclopedia.org/G/GE/GEOMETRY.htm  

17. PYRRHUS of Democritus, and became acquainted with the Megarian dialectic through bryson,pupil of time in history Greeks and Romans met in battle at heraclea near the http://84.1911encyclopedia.org/P/PY/PYRRHUS.htm  

18. Weiser Antiquarian Books Mythology bryson, Lyman; FINKELSTEIN, Louis; HOAGLAND, Hudson; MACIVER, RM (editors).Symbols and Society. EVSLIN, Bernard. heraclea A Legend of Warrior Women. http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/cgibin/wab455/scan/mp=keywords/se=Mythology/st 
19. New.TLG#E 0288, 001, PISANDER Epic. heraclea (fragmenta). 0290, 001, ENCOMIUM DUCIS THEBAIDOS,Fragmentum (P. Berol. 9799). Fragmentum. 1231, 001, bryson Phil. Fragmentum. http://www.tlg.uci.edu/CDEworks.html  

20. BRYSON D'Héracléa bryson. d'Héraclea. Vers 450 ? av J.C. http://collferrymontlucon.paysallier.com/bryson.htm  

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