*Eukleidou Stoicheion* (1533) is the first Greek language, printed edition of Euclid’s *Elements* to appear in Europe. For many years, it was believed that Henry Billingsley, in his first printed English language edition of Euclid's *Elements* (1570), had translated the work from the Latin; however, it is now known that he used this Greek version for his translation.

The first page provides basic definitions and concepts with the assistance of diagrams.

The Greek introduction to this edition is shown below.

For four images from another copy of *Eukleidou Stoicheion, *see the first article listed below. For more information about Henry Billingsley's translation of Euclid's *Elements* into English, see:

- Billingsley's Sources for the First English Euclid's Elements: Two Annotated Mathematical Treasures
- Mathematical Treasures - Billingsley Euclid

*These images from its George Arthur Plimpton Collection are presented through the courtesy of the Columbia University Libraries. *