The Greek mathematician Euclid, often referred to as the "**Father of Geometry**," wrote a comprehensive treatise called "**Elements**" around 300 BCE. This 13-volume work laid the foundation for the study of mathematics and geometry in the Western world. Remarkably, Euclid's "**Elements**" remained the primary mathematics textbook for almost 2,000 years, and its influence can still be felt today in the way we approach and understand geometry.

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