Thomas Heath

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Sir Thomas Little Heath was a British mathematician, historian of ancient Greek mathematics, logician, translator, civil servant, and mountaineer in the twentieth century. He was best known for his English translation of the thirteen books of The Elements, an ancient Greek geometry textbook by Euclid.