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First off: I realise this is not a history of math sub-forum, but I could not find any such thing.

Now, secondly: I'm writing an essay on the history axiomatic systems, and I found one or two sources that indicate that Giuseppe Peano was in fact influence by Euclid.I wonder whether any of it is true, since I can't find any book or trustable source that verifies it.

So, does anybody know a biography or other trustable article that sheds light on this matter?

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# Did Euclid influence Peano?

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