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(385 BCE – 322 BCE/310 BCE)
|Heraclea Pontica and is best remembered for proposing that the earth rotates on its axis from west to east once every 24 hours.Also known as Herakleides of Pontus. He was an ancient Greek philosopher and astronomer, lived and died at|
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