In the age of Archimedes and Euclid, science as we know it was born, and gave rise to sophisticated technology that would not be seen again until 18th century. What were the landmarks in the meteoric rise of science 2300 years ago? Why are they so little known even among scientists, classicists and historians? This title discusses these questions.
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