Chronology of ancient Greek mathematicians

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This is a chronology of ancient Greek mathematicians (see also Timeline of ancient Greek mathematicians)

c. 624 BC – c.546 BC Thales
c. 585 BC – c. 528 BC Anaximenes of Miletus
c. 570 BC – c. 495 BC Pythagoras
c. 490 BC – c. 420 BC Oenopides of Chios
480 BC – 411 BC Antiphon the Sophist
465 BC – 398 BC Theodorus of Cyrene
c. 460 BC – c. 370 BC Democritus
c.428/427 BC - c. 348/347 BC Plato
c. 417 BC – 369 BC Theaetetus (mathematician)
408 BC – 355 BC Eudoxus of Cnidus
c. 400 BC – c. 350 BC Thymaridas
c. 390 BC − c. 320 BC Dinostratus
384 BC – 322 BC Aristotle
380 BC − 320 BC Menaechmus
c. 370 BC – c. 300 BC Aristaeus the Elder
c. 370 BC – c. 300 BC Callippus
c. 360 BC – c. 290 BC Autolycus of Pitane
c. 340 BC – c. 285 BC Polyaenus of Lampsacus
fl. 320 BC – fl. 280 BC Euclid
c. 287 BC – c. 212 BC Archimedes
c. 280 BC – c. 220 BC Conon of Samos
c. 276 BC – c. 194 BC Eratosthenes
c. 262 BC – c. 190 BC Apollonius of Perga
c. 190 BC – c. 120 BC Hipparchus
c. 160 BC – c. 100 BC Theodosius of Bithynia
fl. c. 150 BC Perseus (geometer)
fl. 1st century BC Geminus
c. 60 – c. 120 Nicomachus
c. 70 – c. 135 Theon of Smyrna
c. 70 – c. 140 Menelaus of Alexandria
c. 100 – c. 170 Ptolemy
c. 200/214 – c. 284/298 Diophantus
c. 290 – c. 350 Pappus of Alexandria
c. 335 – c. 405 Theon of Alexandria
c. 350 – 415 Hypatia of Alexandria
412 – 485 Proclus
c. 420 – c. 480 Domninus of Larissa
c. 480 – c. 540 Eutocius