Anaximander (disambiguation)

Anaximander (disambiguation)

Anaximander can mean:-
*Anaximander was a Greek philosopher.
*The Anaximander crater on the Moon was named in his honour.
*The Anaximander Mountains are a submerged mountain range south of the west part of the south coast of Turkey [http://www.ifremer.fr/drogm/Realisation/carto/Mediterranee/med-or.html] [http://ioc.unesco.org/ttr/cruises/ttr6.html] .


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