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Archimedes was a celebrated mathematician and engineer of ancient Greece.
Archimedes may also refer to:
- 3600 Archimedes, an asteroid
- Archimède (band), a French rock band
- Archimedes (crater), a lunar crater
- Archimedes (CAD), an open-source computer-aided design project
- Archimedes Ridge, a ridge in Alaska
- GNU Archimedes, the GNU package for Monte Carlo semiconductor devices simulations
- Archimedes, Inc., a healthcare modeling company
- Acorn Archimedes, a home computer
- Archimedes, Merlin's owl in T.H. White's The Once and Future King and Disney's The Sword in the Stone, voiced by Junius Matthews
- Archimedes number, a dimensionless number used in fluid dynamics
- Archimedes Plutonium, a Usenet celebrity
- Archimedes (bryozoan), an extinct genus of fenestrate Bryozoan
- Archimedean property
- Archimedean solid
- Archimedean spiral
- Archimedes Palimpsest
- Archimedes' screw
- Archimedes' principle
- Archimede (disambiguation)
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