Fictional history


Archimedes of Syracuse (c.287 - c.212 B.C.E), a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer, determined the exact value of pi and is also known for his strategic role in ancient war and the development of military techniques. Archimedes put up a good, almost single-handed defense of his homeland. First he invented an engine that threw stones at the enemy, then he used glass to set the Roman ships on fire. After he was killed, the Romans had him buried with honor.

Pactum InfernusEdit

In actuality Archimedes used made a Pactum Infernus with a unknown Hora, bargaining for the knowledge of the workings of the universe, in exchange of damnation in death.

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