\input zb-basic \input zb-matheduc \iteman{ZMATH 2016f.01414} \itemau{Roanes Mac\'{\i}as, E.; Roanes Lozano, E.} \itemti{Reproducing with GeoGebra the computation of a sphere's volume due to Archimedes. (Recreando con GeoGebra el c\'alculo del volumen de la esfera ideado por Arqu\'{\i}medes.)} \itemso{Bol., Soc. Puig Adam'' Profr. Mat., No. 102, 62-72 (2016).} \itemab Summary: We recreate with the dynamic geometry system (DGS) GeoGebra, that now incorporates powerful 3D capabilities, the famous construction-deduction of the calculation of the volume of a sphere due to Archimedes. This classic construction-deduction uses two 3D auxiliary figures: a cone and a cylinder, whose volumes are much easier to obtain. Using this approach, the end-user of the DGS can easily visualize how the problem is reduced to something as simple as Pytagoras theorem. We believe that this recreation, based on the use of a 3D DGS system, is both eye-catching and of educational interest. \itemrv{~} \itemcc{U70 G40} \itemut{GeoGebra; sphere; volume; Pythagoras theorem} \itemli{} \end