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Euclid, Euclides, or Eucleides generally refers to the ancient Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria (3rd century BC), who wrote a work on geometry called the Elements.
It may also refer to:
- Euclid of Megara (Eucleides), an ancient Greek philosopher (5th century BC); sometimes confused with the better-known mathematician
- Eucleides, archon of Athens (5th century BC)
- Euclides da Cunha, 19th-century Brazilian sociologist
- Euclid Tsakalotos, Greek Minister of Finance
Mathematics, science, and technology
- Euclid Contest, a math competition held by the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing
- Euclid (programming language)
- Euclid (computer program)
- Euclid, a computer system used by Euroclear
- Euclid (spacecraft), a space telescope built by ESA, to be launched in 2020
- EUCLID (university), an intergovernmental organization
- Euclid University Consortium, a group of universities
- Project Euclid, a university collaboration to assist publishing in math and statistics
- Euclid, West Virginia
- Euclid Avenue (disambiguation), several streets in the United States
- Euclid Township, Polk County, Minnesota
Related to Cleveland, Ohio
- Euclid, Ohio, an eastern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
- South Euclid, Ohio, a south-eastern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Places in New York State
- Euclid Avenue (IND Fulton Street Line), a station of the New York City Subway
- Euclid Avenue, the main road of Syracuse University's "Off Campus" housing area
- Euclid, a supercomputer built by the fictional character Maximillian Cohen in the 1998 film Pi
- Euclid, a town in the game Tales of Phantasia
- an object classification in the SCP Foundation storytelling project
- Euclid Trucks, a company specialized in heavy equipment for earthmoving
- Euclid Apartments, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C.
- Euclid Tree, a giant Sequoia in California
- Village of Euclid, Ohio v. Ambler Realty Co., a U.S. Supreme Court case relevant to contemporary land use and police power issues. The legal precedent for zoning.
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