Sosigenes (astronomer)

Sosigenes (Greek: Σωσιγένης)[1][2] (fl. 1st century BC) was an Ancient Greek astronomer. According to Pliny the Elder's Natural History 18.210–212, Julius Caesar consulted him while he was designing the Julian calendar.

Known forConsulted by Julius Caesar for the design of the Julian calendar
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