Author:Sylvester II

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Pope Sylvester II
(946–1003)
Born Gerbert d'Aurillac, French scholar and teacher of Arab/Greco-Roman arithmetic, mathematics, and astronomy. Pope from 999 until his death in 1003, Sylvester II was accused of sorcery and making pacts with Satan; largely believed to have been rumors based on the fact he had spent his youth studying in Muslim Andalusia.
Pope Sylvester II

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