Cradles of Civilization - Babylonian Math

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Amanda Iliadis
by DrDavidNeiman
published on 25 March 2017
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In the sixth segment of Dr. Neiman's second lecture, he reviews Babylonian advances in astronomy and mathematics. He also credits the Babylonians with devising some of civilization's most basic concepts: dividing the circle into 360 degrees, the day into 24 hours and the hour into 60 minutes.

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