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TIL that an astronomical clock was found in an ancient shipwreck. The clock has no earlier examples and its sophistication would not be duplicated for over 1000 years : todayilearned

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Ancient Greek Antikythera Mechanism reveals surprising advances in early science - HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News

THE Antikythera device: It’s an ancient computer which remains just beyond the grasp of science — and divers. Now they’re set to return to the wreck which has preserved the relic for centuries.

THE Antikythera device: It& an ancient computer which remains just beyond the grasp of science & and divers. Now they& set to return to the wreck which has preserved the relic for centuries.

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Antikythera mechanism, the first analogue computer - HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News

El artefacto, que cumple 115 años, fue encontrado por unos buscadores de esponjas marinas frente a la costa de la isla griega Antikythera

Qué es el mecanismo de Antikythera: el enigmático artilugio de la antigua Grecia

El artefacto, que cumple 115 años, fue encontrado por unos buscadores de esponjas marinas frente a la costa de la isla griega Antikythera

The artefact was recovered probably in July 1901[12] from the Antikythera shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera. Believed to have been designed and constructed by Greek scientists, the instrument has been dated either between 150 and 100 BC, or, according to a more recent view, in 205 BC.

The Antikythera Mechanism, dated to the early century B., was pulled from the Agean Sea in Widely believed to be an early analog computer used to calculate astronomical positions.

Τα θραύσματα 19 και 67 σε υπερμεγεθυμένες φωτογραφίες και φωτογραφία από τομογράφο του θραύσματος Α-2. (Images: Antikythera Mechanism Research Project; Niels Bos; Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Rehmiana III 9)

Photos: Ancient Greek Inscriptions Revealed on Antikythera Mechanism

An Ancient Device Too Advanced to Be Real Gives Up Its Secrets at Last

A new search has begun at a Greek island where an ancient device known as the world’s “oldest computer” was found more than over a century ago, an official said on Oct. adding that other discoveries were possible.

GOOGLE has updated its logo with a special Doodle marking the 115th anniversary of the Antikythera mechanism's discovery.

What is the Antikythera mechanism? Google Doodle marks discovery of ancient Greek computer

GOOGLE has updated its logo with a special Doodle marking the 115th anniversary of the Antikythera mechanism's discovery.

The Antikythera Mechanisim

The Antikythera Mechanisim

Antikythera Mechanism, Fr. 19, from PTM AK01a

Inscriptions on the Antikythera Mechanism

Erechtheion: Caryatid and Column. Caryatid (South Porch) and Ionic Column (North Porch), Erechtheion on the Acropolis, Athens, marble, 421-407 B.C.E. (British Museum, London); Mnesicles may have been the architect.

Clothing in ancient Greece Caryatid wearing chiton from the Erechtheion (British Museum. Note the blousing, or Kolpos, over the Zone.

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