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Workings of Ancient Greek and world’s first computer unravelled by UK university team – Neos Kosmos

The riddle wrapped in a puzzle as to how the world’s first analogue computer worked may have been unravelled by a University College of London (UCL) Research Team…

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The riddle wrapped in a puzzle as to how the world’s first analogue computer worked may have been unravelled by a University College of London (UCL) Research Team that includes to scholars of Greek descent.
The inter-disciplinary research team led by Dr Adam Wojcik, includes Archaeometallurgist Myrto Geogakopoulou and physicist Aris Dacanalis. The team’s work is funded by AG Leventis Foundation, Charles Frodsham & Co and the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers.
The team was able to piece together…

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