Antemio de tralles e isidoro de mileto

Antemio de tralles e isidoro de mileto

Saint sophia of constantinople

She was probably born in the 6th century, in the city of Miletus, located in the region of Ionia (present-day Turkey), which was the seat of a philosophical and literary school that gave such brilliant names as Anaximenes, Arctinus, Ebulides and the famous Thales (who adapted the name of Miletus as a surname), a true nerve center of the Hellenistic culture of the 6th century.
On the other hand, there is an edition of the Elements of Euclid, a collection of writings of Archimedes and a commentary on the Treatise on the vaults that are signed by Isidore of Miletus, although it is not known for sure if they were written by the uncle or nephew.

Türkiye – i̇stanbul: hagia sophia

Anthemius of Tralles (Ancient Greek: Ἀνθέμιος ὁ Τραλλιανός; Tralles, ca. 474 -ca. 558) was a Greek architect and geometry teacher, famous for being one of the two architects, along with Isidore of Miletus, of the basilica of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople (Istanbul).
Louis Dupuy (1709 – 1795) published in 1977 a fragment of his treatise On Lenses that Burn with the title Περί παραδόξων μηχανημάτων (Sur des paradoxes de mécanique: On the Paradoxes of Mechanics), and it also appeared in 1786 in volume 42 of the Histoire de l’Academie des Instrumentistes. A. Westermann published a critical edition of this work in his Πααραδοξογράφοι (Scriptores rerum mirabilium Graeci, Greek Paradoxographs) in 1839.

The «hagia sophia» of constantinople

Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles, the architects of the famous Hagia Sophia in Constantinople, also contributed towards mathematical theories concerning architectural form, and the perceived mathematical harmony needed to create a multicupular structure.
Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles, the architects of the famous Hagia Sophia in Constantinople, also contributed towards mathematical theories concerning architectural form, and the perceived mathematical harmony needed to create a multi-domed structure.

Aya sofia – hagia sophia / grand bazar – istanbul, turkey

He was probably born in the city of Miletus, located in the region of Ionia (present-day Turkey), which was the seat of a philosophical and literary school that produced such brilliant names as Anaximenes, Arctinus, Ebulides and the famous Thales, a real nerve center of the Hellenistic culture of the sixth century.
On the other hand, there is an edition of Euclid’s Elements, a compilation of Archimedes’ writings and a commentary on the Treatise of the Vaults signed by Isidore of Miletus, although it is not known for sure if they were written by his uncle or nephew.

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