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A remarkable discovery emerges from history as a 3,700-year-old clay tablet reveals the ancient Babylonians’ understanding of the Pythagorean theorem, predating Pythagoras by over a millennium.

24/03/2024 By

An unknown Babylonian mathematician beat Pythagoras to the discovery of trigonometry by more than 1000 years, claim experts studying the piece. That Babylonian genius marked down the famous theorem that is often associated with the Greek

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The earliest map of the world was made by the Babylonians, 600 years before Jesus was born.

01/03/2024 By

A damaged clay tablet discovered in the late 1800s in Sippar, Iraq is said to be the oldest map of the world. It was discovered on the banks of the Euphrates River, and published in 1899.