It is Simplicius' _Commentary on Aristotle's Physics_ A 2 (185a 14), ed. Diels 60.22-68.32. The Greek text and an English translation can be found in Ivor Thomas, _Selections Illustrating the History of Greek Mathematics_ (Loeb Classical Library), vol. I, 234-253.
Emily M Holt wrote:
> I am a senior undergraduate doing an honors thesis on the quadrature > of lunes of Hippocrates of Chios. For part of my thesis, I am looking > at the original Greek text. I have the 1882 Diels edition of > Simplicius's commentary on Aristotle, which contains the passage about > the lunes, but as this book has no index or table of contents, I cannot > locate the passage. I have consulted Heath's History of Greek > Mathematics, but he does not give the chapters of Simplicius in which > the lunes are contained. Does anyone know the chapters of Simplicius > that contain this passage?
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