Q. What is the Antikythera mechanism?


What is the Antikythera mechanism?






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    The Antikythera mechanism is a mechanical calculator believed to be one of the forerunners of mechanical computers in the world. This tool was discovered (not created) by archaeologist Valerios Stais in 1901 on a shipwreck off the coast of Antikythera, an island between Crete and Peloponnese, Greece. This tool is traced to the age of its use through the discovery of coins that are also found in the wreck. There is a coin from Pergamon, predicted to be created between 86 and 67 BC, and coins from Ephesus, created between 70 BC and 60 BC. This means the ship sank between 70 and 60 BC. This device is the most complex device known in ancient times. Only in the 14th century did humans have the knowledge to build similar devices.


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