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1. Theon_of_Smyrna
theon of smyrna Born about 70 Died about 135 Little is known of theon of smyrna's life. He was called 'the old Theon' by Theon of Alexandria and 'Theon the mathematician' by Ptolemy.
http://homepages.compuserve.de/thweidenfeller/mathematiker/Theon_of_Smyrna.htm

Extractions: Died: about 135 Little is known of Theon of Smyrna 's life. He was called 'the old Theon' by Theon of Alexandria and 'Theon the mathematician' by Ptolemy . The date of his birth is little better than a guess, but we do have some firm data about dates in his life. We know that he was making astronomical observations of Mercury and Venus between 127 and 132 since Ptolemy lists four observations which Theon made in 127, 129, 130 and 132. From these observations Theon made estimates of the greatest angular distance that Mercury and Venus can reach from the Sun. The style of his bust, dedicated by his son 'Theon the priest', gives us the date of his death to within 10 years and it is placed within the period 130-140 (hence our midpoint guess of 135). Theon's most important work is Expositio rerum mathematicarum ad legendum Platonem utilium. This work is a handbook for philosophy students to show how prime numbers , geometrical numbers such as squares, progressions, music and astronomy are interrelated. Its rather curious title means that it was intended as an introduction to a study of the works of Plato , but this is rather fanciful. As Huxley writes in [1]:-

2. Turkey - Historical Background
http://www.compapp.dcu.ie/~humphrys/FamTree/Maltass/turkey.history.html

Extractions: And in particular, Smyrna (now Izmir) in W Turkey. Smyrna, in what is now W Turkey, was one of the first Christian communities in the world, and is mentioned in Revelation . See also the 2nd cent. AD mathematician Theon of Smyrna Part of the Ottoman (i.e. Turkish) Empire from c.1425, Smyrna was for centuries a prosperous trading port to rival Constantinople. The Western powers established commercial bases there (by agreement with the Ottoman Empire) as early as the 16th century (e.g. the English government-backed Levant Company estab 1581), and many western merchants lived there with their families. For centuries Smyrna was a cosmopolitan place with a large permanent European population. The westerners, from many different countries in W Europe, tended to marry among themselves, and all the families ended up related. The Maltass family went out there from England in the mid-18th cent. Late 18th cent. - early 19th cent.

3. Theon_of_Smyrna
theon of smyrna. Born about 70 Died about 135. Show birthplace location. Littleis known of theon of smyrna's life. He was called
http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Theon_of_Smyrna.html

Extractions: Little is known of Theon of Smyrna 's life. He was called 'the old Theon' by Theon of Alexandria and 'Theon the mathematician' by Ptolemy . The date of his birth is little better than a guess, but we do have some firm data about dates in his life. We know that he was making astronomical observations of Mercury and Venus between 127 and 132 since Ptolemy lists four observations which Theon made in 127, 129, 130 and 132. From these observations Theon made estimates of the greatest angular distance that Mercury and Venus can reach from the Sun. The style of his bust, dedicated by his son 'Theon the priest', gives us the date of his death to within 10 years and it is placed within the period 130-140 (hence our midpoint guess of 135). Theon's most important work is Expositio rerum mathematicarum ad legendum Platonem utilium. This work is a handbook for philosophy students to show how prime numbers , geometrical numbers such as squares, progressions, music and astronomy are interrelated. Its rather curious title means that it was intended as an introduction to a study of the works of

4. Theon_of_Smyrna
Little is known of theon of smyrna's life. He was called 'the old Theon' by Theon of Alexandria and 'Theon the
http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Theon_of_Smyrna.html

Extractions: Little is known of Theon of Smyrna 's life. He was called 'the old Theon' by Theon of Alexandria and 'Theon the mathematician' by Ptolemy . The date of his birth is little better than a guess, but we do have some firm data about dates in his life. We know that he was making astronomical observations of Mercury and Venus between 127 and 132 since Ptolemy lists four observations which Theon made in 127, 129, 130 and 132. From these observations Theon made estimates of the greatest angular distance that Mercury and Venus can reach from the Sun. The style of his bust, dedicated by his son 'Theon the priest', gives us the date of his death to within 10 years and it is placed within the period 130-140 (hence our midpoint guess of 135). Theon's most important work is Expositio rerum mathematicarum ad legendum Platonem utilium. This work is a handbook for philosophy students to show how prime numbers , geometrical numbers such as squares, progressions, music and astronomy are interrelated. Its rather curious title means that it was intended as an introduction to a study of the works of

5. References For Theon_of_Smyrna
References for theon of smyrna. Articles GC Vedova, Notes on Theonof Smyrna, The American Mathematical Monthly 58 (1951), 675683.
http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Theon_of_Smyrna.html

6. Theon Of Smyrna
theon of smyrna, in the form of a channel, describes Genesis before the beginning and the evolution of human thought. theon of smyrna. theon of smyrna, was a student of Pythagorus.
http://www.old-mage.com/channels/theon02.htm

Extractions: Theon of Smyrna, was a student of Pythagorus. His book, "Math Useful in Understanding Plato" is one of the few records we have left of the way numbers were used by the Greeks. In particular he recorded the tetractys , which represented everything representable to the Greeks. repersentable represent Theon of Smyrna (a channel ) has explained the first part of Genesis (and numbers) to me (Harold) by thinking differently (he must have used a Mac;-) and going to "before the beginning". He said it several different ways so I could understand. "Before the beginning, human's existence was beyond all words Then a descriptor arose and it was god and it was a word and it was called 'the builder's word'." Or this way: "In the beginning was the info , and the info was with god, and the info was god" or this way: (he seems to be up on Marshall McLuhan ;-): "In the beginning god made the media and the media was god and the media was the message". Or "Before the beginning was 'The' or 'That' (no nouns or verbs, only

7. References For Theon_of_Smyrna
References for theon of smyrna. Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 19701990).
http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/References/Theon_of_Smyrna.html

8. Theon Of Smyrna
theon of smyrna, in the form of a channel, describes Genesis beforethe beginning and the evolution of human thought. theon of smyrna.
http://old-mage.com/channels/theon02.htm

Extractions: Theon of Smyrna, was a student of Pythagorus. His book, "Math Useful in Understanding Plato" is one of the few records we have left of the way numbers were used by the Greeks. In particular he recorded the tetractys , which represented everything representable to the Greeks. repersentable represent Theon of Smyrna (a channel ) has explained the first part of Genesis (and numbers) to me (Harold) by thinking differently (he must have used a Mac;-) and going to "before the beginning". He said it several different ways so I could understand. "Before the beginning, human's existence was beyond all words Then a descriptor arose and it was god and it was a word and it was called 'the builder's word'." Or this way: "In the beginning was the info , and the info was with god, and the info was god" or this way: (he seems to be up on Marshall McLuhan ;-): "In the beginning god made the media and the media was god and the media was the message". Or "Before the beginning was 'The' or 'That' (no nouns or verbs, only

9. Theon
One of Harold's channels is a greater development of the earthly Theon. See Math, and a larger article about theon of smyrna and The Lost Tables of the Magi
http://www.old-mage.com/channels/theon.htm

Extractions: ...is, of course, one of the early mathematical thinkers from Greeco-Roman times. My channel is a greater development of the Earthly Theon, called "One". One is not the original one. It is the evolved one. The original one would be back sliding as Theon believes even God learns. Mathematics was studied differently and taught differently during his life in that time. Each number being separate and individual from other numbers. One (1 One) was never added to "1" to get "2" because "1" was itself. Two One (2 One) was separately existent, as was "3". One "1" was never divided, "2" was always divided. Although he will answer to Theon, he has evolved into his beloved "1". He feels that today's math is a violation of our unity in diversity. Tones and harmonics of of the "Single Thing" are closer to his idea of fractions. See: Math , and a larger article about Theon of Smyrna and The Lost Tables of the Magi About Harold's Channels ©2001 Old-Mage.com and 'Dr' Dee's/Channel 7, Rittman, OH, 44270, U.S.A.

10. Theon Of Smyrna
theon of smyrna (lived lived c. AD 130). Greek astronomer and mathematician.In his celestial mechanics, the planets, Sun, Moon, and
http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/MainBiographies/T/Theon/1.html

11. Astronomers
..Tebbutt, John ..theon of smyrna ..Tombaugh,Clyde (William) ..Trumpler, Robert Julius.
http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/Categories/Scientists/Astronomer

12. Greek Index
Theon of Alexandria. theon of smyrna. Thymaridas. Xenocrates. Zeno of Elea. Zeno of Sidon
http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/Greek_index.html

13. "One Is One For Evermore: Theon Of Smyrna" By I. M. Oderberg
of view may be summed up by comparing Euclid's propositions, which are logical butdisplay no philosophical basis, with the texts of theon of smyrna which are
http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/world/med/my-imo7.htm

Extractions: By I. M. Oderberg Whenever we may think of arithmetic and other subjects dealing with figures, we tend to remember most our early struggles in school with geometry based on Euclid's Elements. But among the eminent mathematicians in Greece, the Pythagoreans took an approach very different from his. For them, mathematics had a connection with philosophy; there was a mystical tone in their work similar to that in Oriental thought. The followers of Pythagoras were indeed meticulous in their thinking with figures and their empirical work with them, but their precise mathematical speculation was not severed from the depth of metaphysical concepts. The profound difference between these two points of view may be summed up by comparing Euclid's propositions, which are logical but display no philosophical basis, with the texts of Theon of Smyrna which are in a direct line from the older Pythagoreans. The latter proceeded from principles or a priori established laws accompanied with simple demonstrations for verification and contemplation, but always using these as a means, for philosophizing about the nature of the Universe." [See p. xi, Theon of Smyrna: Mathematics Useful for Understanding Plato , by Theon of Smyrna, translated by Robert and Deborah Lawlor from the 1892 Greek/French edition of J. Dupuis (Secret Doctrine Reference Series, Wizards Bookshelf); the notes by J. Dupuis are invaluable, as also the translators' introduction and the publisher's glossary and note. The index and end-papers are of assistance, the latter showing a) a map of the ancient sites in Greece and Magna Graecia, and b) a table of five of the chief foreign alphabets.]

14. Theosophical Perspectives On World Spiritual Traditions
by IM Oderberg; One Is One For Evermore theon of smyrna by IM Oderberg; Plato and Platonism by HP Blavatsky; On Plato's Theory
http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/world/general/rel-selc.htm

Extractions: It is well said, in every sense, that a man's religion is the chief fact with regard to him. . . . By religion I do not mean here the church-creed which he professes. . . . but the thing a man does practically believe; the thing a man does practically lay to heart, and know for certain, concerning his vital relations to this mysterious Universe, and his duty and destiny there, . . . that is his religion. Thomas Carlyle The Esoteric Tradition " by G. de Purucker Points of Agreement in All Religions " by William Q. Judge The Perennial Philosophy " by W. T. S. Thackara The Quest and Legacy of Mankind " by Eloise Hart Many Roads to God " by Curtis Beach Quest for Human Identity " by I. M. Oderberg Esoteric Wisdom East and West " by Robert Rensselaer Exploring the Theosophic Tradition " by Elisabeth Prent Challenges to the Soul " by Robert K. Davidson

15. Theon Of Smyrna
Name Theon. Occupation From Smyrna. Son of Occupation Dates fl 130AD. Brief biography Observed Venus and Mercury in 127, 129, 130, 132.
http://www.swan.ac.uk/classics/staff/ter/grst/People/TheonSmyrna.htm

Extractions: Name Theon Occupation: From Smyrna Son of: Occupation: Dates fl 130 AD Brief biography Observed Venus and Mercury in 127, 129, 130, 132. Wrote a maths handbook, illustrating how arithmetic, geometry, stereometry, music and astronomy are interrelated. Context Works References G L Huxley DSB Last modified: 11 March 2003

Factor counting. Chapter 28 Surds. theon of smyrna. Chapter 33 - Timeseries sec values. Chapter 35 - Solving trig equations. Buffon's needles.

Extractions: Delta Mathematics Spreadsheets These spreadsheets are Microsoft Excel worksheets. Each spreadsheet can either be opened and run, or saved to any location on your computer or network. To download all the Delta Mathematics spreadsheets at the same time, right-click on this link , and then click on Save Target As. This will give you a zipped folder (containing all the spreadsheets) that can be unzipped using a program like Winzip

17. [Ptolemys] Earth-centered Universe Held Sway For 1,500 Years, A Reminder Tha
2 As a young boy, Claudius was taught by theon of smyrna and by aman called Syrus. Although it is known that theon of smyrna was
http://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~seaquist/sci199y/presentations/moayyed1.html

Extractions: Zahra Ziaie Moayyed Professor E.R. Seaquist November 11, 2002 Claudius Ptolemy: Entrenching the Geocentric Concept or Abandoning the Scientific Pursuit of Knowledge? Claudius Ptolemy, the astronomer, mathematician and geographer whose geocentric system for the universe held sway for 1,500 years, serves as a reminder that intellectual capacity is no guarantee against being dead wrong. As is the case with a plethora of important ancient figures, not much is known about the life of Claudius Ptolemy. It may be rather ironic that little knowledge remains about the lives of the people who made some of the first and most significant contributions to the wealth of knowledge, but such is the tragedy of the inadequacies of historical recordings. Unfortunately, all that is known about the life of Claudius Ptolemy is that he lived from approximately 90 to 170 CE. His name is a mixture of the Roman 'Claudius' and the Greek Egyptian 'Ptolemy', which suggests that he was from a Greek family living in Egypt and a citizen of Rome. As a young boy, Claudius was taught by

18. JMM HM DICIONÁRIO
Translate this page da Cirene (-460?-400?) Teodósio Teofrasto de Lesbos Vitrúvio Zenão de Eleia (490?-420?),Thales Theon of Alexandria theon of smyrna Theaetetos Theodoros of
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