It is irrelevant whether Pythagoras was Greek and whether his geometry was original with him.
He seems to have a leaning for metempsychosis and the doctrines of Pythagoras.
Pythagoras reduced the musical scale to a mathematical science.
There were thirty-five ships from Peloponnesus, with the Lacedaemonian admiral Pythagoras on board.
Thus ended Pythagoras, a man of undoubted genius, and in knowledge much in advance of his time.
Even in the days of Pythagoras lectures were closed by music.
It has, hence, been argued that Pythagoras could not have held the doctrine of "transmigration."
Pythagoras, though not a Spartan, is associated with southern Greece.
Pythagoras was the first man, says history, that wore breeches.
Pythagoras, when he was asked what time was, answered that it was the soul of this world.
(Pythagoras of Samos, Ionia; about 569-475 BC) The Greek mathematician who founded a philosophical and religious school in Croton (now Crotone) in southern Italy.
Pythagoras is most famous for Pythagoras's Theorem but other important postulates are attributed to him, e.g. the sum of the angles of a triangle is equal to two right angles.