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ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".
ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".
ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".
ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".
ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".
ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".
ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".

ERATOSTHENES -276 TO 194 -"Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".

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THE STORY BEHIND THE SHIRT

Eratosthenes of Cyrene (/ɛrəˈtɒsθənz/; Greek: Ἐρατοσθένης [eratostʰénɛːs]; c. 276 BC – c. 195/194 BC) was a Greek polymath: a mathematician, geographer, poet, astronomer, and music theorist. He was a man of learning, becoming the chief librarian at the Library of Alexandria. His work is comparable to what is now known as the study of geography, and he introduced some of the terminology still used today.[1]

He is best known for being the first person known to calculate the circumference of the Earth, which he did by using the extensive survey results he could access in his role at the Library; his calculation was remarkably accurate.[2][3] He was also the first to calculate Earth's axial tilt, which also proved to have remarkable accuracy.[4] He created the first global projection of the world, incorporating parallels and meridians based on the available geographic knowledge of his era.

Eratosthenes was the founder of scientific chronology;[5] he endeavoured to revise the dates of the main events of the semi-mythological Trojan War, dating the Sack of Troy to 1183 BC. In number theory, he introduced the sieve of Eratosthenes, an efficient method of identifying prime numbers.

He was a figure of influence in many fields. According to an entry[6] in the Suda (a 10th-century encyclopedia), his critics scorned him, calling him Beta (the second letter of the Greek alphabet) because he always came in second in all his endeavours.[7] Nonetheless, his devotees nicknamed him Pentathlos after the Olympians who were well rounded competitors, for he had proven himself to be knowledgeable in every area of learning. Eratosthenes yearned to understand the complexities of the entire world.[8]

This long-sleeve tee has ribbed cuffs and a classic-fit. It's quarter-turned to eliminate center creasing and perfect for chilly days!
• 100% jersey knit
• Pre-shrunk
• Classic fit
• Double-needle ⅞” collar
• Taped neck and shoulders
• Long sleeve, ribbed cuffs
• Quarter-turned

Size guide

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Length (inches) 28 29 30 31 32
Width (inches) 18 20 22 24 26

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