Objects & Places from Archimedes and the Door of Science

Jeanne Bendick
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Syracuse

This is the place where Archimedes was born, lived most of his life, and died.

Sicily

This is an island where Archimedes lived.

Italy

This was an area located north of the place where Archimedes lived.

Rome

This city-state attacked the area where Archimedes lived.

Carthage

This was a city in North Africa.

The Strait of Messina

This was a narrow body of water whose control was disputed by two city-states.

Alexandria

This is the city where Archimedes studied and the location of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Ptolemy's Museum

This is an academy where Archimedes studied.

The Library of Alexandria

This is the place where Archimedes studied.

Archimedes's Tub

This is where Archimedes had an insight into a problem.

Archimedean Screw

This is an invention that was used to irrigate fields.

Simple Machines

These are devices that can be combined to make work...

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