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'''Archimedes''' (287-212 BC){{Fact}} was a [[Greek]] mathematician and scientist, generally regarded as one of the greatest thinkers in history.
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'''Archimedes''' was a [[Greek]] [[mathematician]] and [[scientist]], generally regarded as one of the greatest thinkers in history.
   
 
The [[First Doctor]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[City at World's End]]'') and the [[Eighth Doctor]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Fallen Gods]]'') claimed to have met Archimedes. The [[Third Doctor]] and Archimedes took a walk on a [[beach]] near Athens. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Island of Death (novel)|Island of Death]]'')
 
The [[First Doctor]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[City at World's End]]'') and the [[Eighth Doctor]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Fallen Gods]]'') claimed to have met Archimedes. The [[Third Doctor]] and Archimedes took a walk on a [[beach]] near Athens. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Island of Death (novel)|Island of Death]]'')
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Archimedes was a Greek mathematician and scientist, generally regarded as one of the greatest thinkers in history.

The First Doctor (PROSE: City at World's End) and the Eighth Doctor (PROSE: Fallen Gods) claimed to have met Archimedes. The Third Doctor and Archimedes took a walk on a beach near Athens. (PROSE: Island of Death)

The Sixth Doctor read his name in a collection of business cards of geniuses to consult for a problem of time slip. He defined him "fascinating chap, but a bit wet". (TV: The Two Doctors)

The Ninth Doctor recalled to Jackie Tyler that he once made lemonade with Archimedes. (AUDIO: Retail Therapy)

Other references

During his show, Herbert Clegg made a joke about him and his notorious claim "Eureka!". (TV: Planet of the Spiders)

Cornelius Morningstar said that Stralla Cushing made Archimedes look like an Ogron. (AUDIO: How to Make a Killing in Time Travel)

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