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Mathematical Cuneiform Texts
A COMPREHENSIVE work on Babylonian mathematics in English has long been wanted. Apart from a few isolated articles in periodicals, the only material available hitherto was in German. The textsExpand
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An Ephemeris of 467 A.D.
Book Review: Papyrus Carlsberg No. 1. Ein Hieratisch-Demotischer Kosmologischer Text
'that I might plough with my (own) pair of cows in the fields that I had made myself',' and the last words would practically have asserted that there existed lands which this man had himself created.Expand
Radiocarbon dating
When we speak of the element Carbon, we most often refer to the most naturally abundant stable isotope 12C. Although 12C is definitely essential to life, its unstable sister isotope 14C has become ofExpand
Babylonian Astronomy
Astronomical Cuneiform TextsBabylonian Ephemerides of the Seleucid Period for the Motion of the Sun, the Moon, and the Planets. Edited by O. Neugebauer. Vol. 1: Introduction, The Moon. Pp. xvi + 278.Expand