Three Pieces of the Antikythera Mechanism

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Ibolya Horvath
by Weekend Wayfarers
published on 02 August 2023
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The Antikythera Mechanism (also known as the Antikythera Device), dated to the late 2nd century/early 1st century BCE (roughly 205-60 BCE) is understood as the world's first analogue computer.

National Archaeological Museum, Athens.

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