List of Greek mathematicians

In historical times, Greek civilization has played one of the major roles in the history and development of mathematics. To this day, a number of Greek mathematicians are considered for their innovations and influence on mathematics.

Ancient Greek mathematicians

Byzantine mathematician

Modern Greek mathematicians


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