Tenedossky Kleostrat( Ancient Greek astrologer and astronomer, the first known to us the Greek astronomer observer.)
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Biography Tenedossky Kleostrat
(ca. 536 BC. -?) --
He borrowed from the Babylonians separation zone near the celestial equator and the ecliptic into 36 segments of 10 б╟ (Deans). K. - Author of the popular at the time of the poem "Astrology" (not extant). Working to correct the Greek calendar, introduced the eight-cycle counting - oktaeteridu (which has already been applied at this time in Babylon).
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