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Timocharis (circa 320 B.C. - 260 B.C.) was a Greek philosopher.

Timocharis was probably born in Alexandria and was Euclid's (circa 365-275) contemporary. Practically nothing more is known from his life.

With Aristillus[?] he made the first star catalogue, which later helped Hipparchus to determine the first value of the precession of the equinoxes.

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