A clay tablet dating from 350 to 50 BC is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Trustees of the British Museum and Mathieu Ossendrijver. Photo: Reuters A clay tablet dating from 350 to 50 BC is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Trustees of the British Museum and Mathieu Ossendrijver. Photo: Reuters
A clay tablet dating from 350 to 50 BC is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Trustees of the British Museum and Mathieu Ossendrijver. Photo: Reuters

Clay tablets reveal Babylonians invented astronomical geometry 1,400 years before Europeans

A clay tablet dating from 350 to 50 BC is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Trustees of the British Museum and Mathieu Ossendrijver. Photo: Reuters A clay tablet dating from 350 to 50 BC is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Trustees of the British Museum and Mathieu Ossendrijver. Photo: Reuters
A clay tablet dating from 350 to 50 BC is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Trustees of the British Museum and Mathieu Ossendrijver. Photo: Reuters
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