Gypsum, Salt and Soda in Ancient Mesopotamian Chemical Technology

@article{Levey1958GypsumSA,
  title={Gypsum, Salt and Soda in Ancient Mesopotamian Chemical Technology},
  author={M. Levey},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1958},
  volume={49},
  pages={336 - 342}
}
the editor found things of unusual beauty in mathematics and this was often indeed he was prompt to publish them, whether or not they came under the heading of history or philosophy. The section on "Recreational Mathematics," for example, was one of which the editor was fond, and he contributed to it with increasing frequency. It was characteristic of the man's modesty that his own work in Scripta invariably appeared unobtrusively as "Curiosa" or as notes in a department under an associate… Expand
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