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Thales, approximately 634 B.C.-approximately 546 B.C

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Personal name headingThales, approximately 634 B.C.-approximately 546 B.C.
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Variant(s)Tales, approximately 634 B.C.-approximately 546 B.C.
Talete, approximately 634 B.C.-approximately 546 B.C.
Thales, ca. 634-ca. 546 B.C.
Thalēs, ho Milēsios, approximately 634 B.C.-approximately 546 B.C.
Θαλῆς, approximately 634 B.C.-approximately 546 B.C.
Birth date-0633~
Death date-0545~
Field of activityPhilosophy, Ancient Astronomy Mathematics
Profession or occupationAstronomers Mathematicians
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inThe Power of love over reason ... 1730?: p. 3, etc. (Thales)
Enc. Brit., 15th ed. (Thales of Miletus, fl. 6th cent. B.C.; Philosopher, no writings survive)
Collier's enc., c1984 (Thales, ca. 640-546 B.C.)
Enc. Amer. (Thales, c. 634-c. 546)
Ox. class. dict., 2nd ed. (Thales)
Enc. of phil., 1967 (Thales of Miletus, fl. ca. 580 B.C.)
Laurenti, R. Introduzione a Talete, Anassimandro, Anassimene, 1986: t.p. (Talete)
Meg. Hell. enk. (Thalēs ho Milēsios, b. about 640 B.C., d. about 546 B.C.)
Polis i filozofija, 2000: t.p. (Talesa)
Brill's new Pauly online, 25 October 2016 (Thales; Θαλῆς; one of the Seven Sages, philosopher, astronomer and mathematician, said to be the founder of the Milesian School, 1st half of 6th cent. BC.)
Early Greek philosophy. Volume II, Beginnings and early Ionian thinkers. Part 1, 2016: page 206 (Thales; activity situated at Miletus between the second half of the seventh century BC and the first decades of the 6th century BC; one of the seven sages; often presented as the first philosopher)
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