Scientists may have finally solved the ancient mystery of Antikythera Mechanism, the ‘first computer.’
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The Antikythera shipwreck holds more secrets, a discovery that keeps on giving.
Archaeologists just made a new discovery at the site where the Antikythera Mechanism was found.
Archaeologists just recovered more than 50 items, from an excavation at the famous ancient Greek shipwreck that unveiled the Antikythera mechanism.
Exosuit dives in Antikythera, Greece. Mr Panos Laskaridis of the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation was the diver in the Exosuit for the trial. Image © kathimerini
This underwater Exosuit is set explore a 2000 year-old shipwreck, at the Aegean Sea near Antikythera Island, that once yielded the Antikythera mechanism, the world’s
The Hublot Antikythera SunMoon watch, will be produced in a limited edition of 20 pieces, presented one year from the “Antikythera Mechanism” at the Archaeological
Hublot has created four replicas of the amazing Antikythera mechanism in miniature, with all the details of the ancient astrological calculator. Only one of them
An interesting new timepiece under development at Hublot, the Hublot “Antikythera”, based upon an ancient Greek device of the same name.
Antikythera mechanism the oldest astronomical calculator, famous for having intricate gear systems centuries ahead of their time. Now new work shows the Antikythera mechanism used