Mathematical Cuneiform Texts

@article{Sloley1946MathematicalCT,
  title={Mathematical Cuneiform Texts},
  author={R. W. Sloley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1946},
  volume={157},
  pages={638-639}
}
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 texts (mainly from the Yale Babylonian Collection) now published are of sufficiently wide range to give a fair impression of the subject as a whole. Several present entirely new features.Mathematical Cuneiform TextsEdited by O. Neugebauer A. Sachs; with a Chapter by A. Goetze. (American Oriental Series, Vol. 29… Expand
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