EPIGENES crater
67.5N – 4.6W
55 km diameter
Astronomer (?200 BC)


EPIMENIDES crater
27 km diameter
2060 mt height walls
40.9S – 302W
South west lunar region in the area of Heinzel crater


ERATOSTHENES crater
58 km diameter
3900 mt height walls
14.5N – 11.3W
Between southern Imbrium and north side of Sinus Aestuum
Astronomer, Geographer (276196) BC


EUCLID crater
12 km diameter
700 mt height walls
7.4S – 29.5W
South west lunar region in the Procellarum, near the Ural and Riphaeus mounts


EUCTEMON crater
76.4N – 31.4E
62 km diameter
Astronomer (?432) BC


EUDOXUS crater
67 km diameter
3350 mt height walls
44°N  16°E
Northern lunar region, between north Caucasus and Lacus Mortis


GALEN crater
21.9N – 5.0E
10 km diameter
Claudius Galen, Physician in Rome (129200) AD


GEMINUS crater
35.4N – 56.7E
85 km diameter
Astronomer (?70) BC


HARPALUS crater
52.6N – 43.4W
39 km diameter
Astronomer (?460) BC
From a Greek list I have an astronomer 'Αρπαλος &omi Σάμιος. Some sources consider that its name was given from Harpalus one of Actaeon's 50 hounds that tore Actaeon to pieces after Artemis turned him into a stag. The hound Harpalus was identified by a white spot in the middle of his dark forehead.


HECATAEUS crater
21.8S – 79.4E
167 km diameter
Geographer (?476) BC
East of Mare Fecunditatis,South of Smythii and in the North of Mare Australe


HELICON crater
40.4N – 23.1W
24 km diameter
Astronomer (?400) BC


HERACLITUS crater
49.2S – 6.2E
90 km diameter
Philosopher c. (544 BC – c. 483 BC) BC


HERODOTUS crater
23.2N – 49.7W
34 km diameter
Herodotus of Halikarnassus, Historian (484408) BC


HERON crater
0.7N – 119.8E
Heron of Alexandria, Inventor


HESIODUS craterr
43 km diameter
29.4° S  16.3° W
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HIPPARCHUS crater
138 km diameter
1200 mt height walls
5.1S – 5.2E
Central lunar field between Sinus Medii and Albategnius crater

Hipparchus is the Moon landing place in Tintin's On a marché sur la Lune (Explorers on the Moon).

HIPPOCRATES crater
70.7N – 145.9W
60 km diameter
(460377) BC Physician
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HYPATIA crater
4.0S – 23.0E
46 km diameter
1350 mt height walls
East lunar field between NW Nectaris and southern Tranquillitatis
((350370) – 415) AD Mathematician


LEUCIPPUS crater
29.1N – 116.0W
56 km diameter
(c. 440) BC Philosopher
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MENELAUS crater
16.3N – 16.0E
26 km diameter
Menelaus of Alexandria, (c. 98) AD Geometer, Astronomer


METON crater
73.8N – 19.2E
122 km diameter
5th century BC Astronomer


OENOPIDES crater
67 km diameter
 mt height walls
57.0N – 64.1W
North west lunar field, on the lunar far edge
Astronomer, Geometer (500432)BC

