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This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.
Death of Archimedes in the sack of Syracuse. The Ancient Greek mathematician, physicst and engineer Archimedes (c.287-c.212 BC) was one of the leading scientists in antiquity. He invented machines such as a screw pump and siege engines, and stated the principles of the lever and buoyancy. Legend tells that he was killed in the sack of Syracuse by a Roman soldier while studying a mathematical diagram. Artwork from Les Martyrs de la Science (G. Tissandier, 1882). Read More
Item #10023105
Death of Archimedes In Sack of Syracuse
Sheila Terry
OptionsUnframed Print
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