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Cladius Ptolemy was born in the time of 90 AD. He died on 168 AD. He was a Greek-Roman citizen and lived in Alexandria, Egypt.
Ptolemy's parents descended from a Greek family and were living in Egypt and that he was a citizen of Rome. Cladius was a Roman name and Ptolemy was a greek name.
"Living in Alexandria must have been a great advantage to Ptolemy in his work (and perhaps his education)." He might have gotten some research from the Roman libraries.
Ptolemy was not married at all and did not have kids. His only family were his parents.
Ptolemy is most famous for his book "The Almagest." It was about astronomy and mathematics. He thought the earth was the center of the universe.
Ptolemy's book "The Almagest" can tell us what the Romans or what Ptolemy thought what shape the world was or if there was more out there. It can also tell us what kind of math theories he made up.
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