Australian scientists have managed to decipher the inscriptions on the tables of clay, was found a few years ago in Babylon, the age of which is 3700 years.
Scientists from Australia have managed to decipher the inscriptions on the tables of clay, the age of which is 3700 years. According to experts, the murals were found a few years ago in Babylon.
According to the researchers, the ancient text had a kind of trigonometric table, which is considered the first in the world. Currently she is on laboratory tests, allowing to determine the exact age of the artifact. The specialists gave him the name of Plimpton 322.
The tablet managed to find the archaeologist Edgar banks on the territory of modern Iraq. The scientist told the artifact is a flat piece of clay, fired in a kiln. It by means of special devices were plotted different symbols that together make the trigonometric table. Through her, in Babylon, the calculated distance and area using the formulas given on the artifact.
Scientists from the University of New South Wales in Sydney found that the trigonometric table on the mural meets the modern terminology of mathematics. It was used to plan buildings and canals.
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