Cradles of Civilization - Babylonian Math

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Amanda Iliadis
by DrDavidNeiman
published on 25 March 2017

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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