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New Study Finds Ancient Babylonians Used Calculus to Chart Path of Jupiter

February 2, 2016

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Astroarchaeologist Mathieu Ossendrijver studied clay tablets dating from 350 BC to 50 BC and concluded that ancient Babylonians were the first to develop mathematical methods of tracking the irregular path of Jupiter centuries before medieval Europeans

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