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  • News | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    08 2014 Return to Antikythera one month to go 21 02 2013 Exhibition in Athens extended until June 2014 10 05 2012 The Antikythera Mechanism Film at the BBC 10 05 2012 The Antikythera Shipwreck exhibition 30 10 2010 Exhibition in Crete runs until end 2010 10 10 2010 Symposium on planetary inscriptions Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Where was it made Who made it Were there others Why haven t we found any others How many gears does it have What does it do What was it for Why has it taken so long to find out what it does Astronomical questions Questions related to the history of Astronomy and the periods displayed on the Antikythera Mechanism What does it tell us about Greek Astronomy Does it

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  • Bibliography | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Magdalini and Seiradakis John Hugh Mechanism and Machine Theory 06 2012 Volume 52 p 219 231 2012 On the Pin and Slot Device of the Antikythera Mechanism with a New Application to the Superior Planets Carman Christián C Thorndike Alan S and Evans James Journal for the History of Astronomy 02 2012 Volume 43 Issue 150 p 93 116 2012 The Antikythera Shipwreck The technology of the ship the cargo the Mechanism Christopoulou Alexandra Tassios Theodosios Bouyia Polyxeni Vlachogianni Elena Palaiokrassa Nomiki Stassinopoulou Elisabeth Avronidaki Christina Gadolou Anastasia Tselekas Panagiotis and Bitsakis Yanis 2012 Considérations nouvelles et définitives sur Anticythère ou le mécanisme du 17ième siècle trouvé dans l épave d un bateau romain Nimal Francis and Tranier Bernard 2012 The Cosmos in the Antikythera Mechanism Freeth Tony and Jones Alexander R ISAW Papers Volume 4 2012 Abstract The Front Dial of the Antikythera Mechanism Wright M T Explorations in the History of Machines and Mechanisms Proceedings of HMM2012 Number 15 p 279 292 2012 The Shipwreck of Antikythera The Ship The Treasure The Mechanism 2012 Το Ναυάγιο των Αντικυθήρων Το πλοίο οι θησαυροί ο Μηχανισμός 2012 2011 An Initial Assessment of the Accuracy of the Gear Trains in the Antikythera Mechanism Edmunds Mike Journal for the History of Astronomy 08 2011 Volume 42 3 Issue 148 p 13 2011 Le Mécanisme d Anticythère Les NAA de Dodone et Le Calendrier Épirote Cabanes Pierre Tekmeria Volume 10 2011 2010 The Antikythera Mechanism within the Astronomy and Technology of its Time Bitsakis Yanis Nicolaidis Efthymios Tassios Theodossios Zafeiropoulou Mary Tselikas Agamemnon and Freeth Tony 7 2010 Athens 2010 Ο Μηχανισμός των Αντικυθήρων Περιήγηση στην Αστρονομία και την Τεχνολογία της εποχής του Μπιτσάκης Γιάννης Φρηθ Τόνυ Νικολαϊδης Ευθύμιος Φρηθ Τόνυ Ζαφειροπούλου Μαίρη and Τάσσιος Θεοδόσιος 12 2010 Αθήνα 2010 Solar Anomaly and

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  • Credits | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Foundation Research on various aspects of the project including PhDs is funded by the Ministry of Education through the following Universities The Athens University Research Committee The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Research Committee Part of the material used in this website the exhibitions and their catalogs was created in the scope of the research carried by Yanis Bitsakis entitled Educational aspects of the history of the Antikythera Mechanism at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens This research has been co financed by the European Union European Social Fund ESF and Greek national funds through the Operational Program Education and Lifelong Learning of the National Strategic Reference Framework NSRF Research Funding Program Heracleitus II Conferences and Exhibitions The exhibitions about the Antikythera Mechanism in numerous European countries were organized in collaboration with the National Archaeological Museum the History Philosophy and Didactics of Science and Technology Programme of the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the University of Athens and the Association of Ancient Greek Technology Studies The exhibitions in Paris Athens and Beijing were sponsored by Hublot Genève The 2009 Symposium at the XXIII International Congress of History of Science and Technology was supported by the International Astronomical Union The November

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  • Contact | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    44 0 29 20 876881 If you are a registered user you may contact individual members of the Research Project through their personal profile pages You may also use this form Your name Your e mail address Subject Category General information Scientific issues Press enquiries Website issues Message CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions What code is in

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  • The Sunken Treasure - The Antikythera shipwreck | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    of the ship masterpieces of Greek art and technology The exhibition The sunken treasure tells the story of a ship that sank around 70 60 BC during a storm off the Island of Antikythera near Crete The ship had been sailing from Greece to Italy with a cargo of magnificent pieces of Greek art destined for the Roman market They included exquisite marble and bronze sculptures among them the world famous likeness of a philosopher gold jewellery silver coins and vessels richly decorated glassware luxurious pieces of furniture and transport amphorae A mysterious machine made up of bronze gears was also found at the bottom of the ocean The so called Antikythera mechanism is considered to be the world s oldest computer and one of the most important discoveries in the history of archaeology Researchers are still trying to find out what exactly the device was used for What we do know is that it was a model of the movements of the sun and the moon and thus a type of calendar Besides presenting the ship s sensational cargo the Basel exhibition will also explain why it was sailing from Greece to Rome In the 1st century BC Rome had become a new world power The Romans were importing luxury goods for their villas as well as technology from Greece which would help them maintain their position of power The exhibition will also give an insight into the history of underwater archaeology Discovered by sponge divers in 1900 the ship and its precious cargo have been examined numerous times Even one of the pioneers in marine research Jacques Yves Cousteau made a dive on the wreck The research has become a milestone in underwater archaeology In the autumn of 2015 researchers from various countries will once again set out

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    in Request new password Username Enter your The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 1 2 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable

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  • User account | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Applications from anonymous users or from users that haven t expressed their interest in the Antikythera Mechanism and or archaeology epigraphy astronomy history philosophy and didactics of science and technology etc will be deleted without notification Only for journalists at the Apply for roles dropdown list choose Press Please fill in the Media information and Personal information fields Account information Username Spaces are allowed punctuation is not allowed except for periods hyphens and underscores E mail address A valid e mail address All e mails from the system will be sent to this address The e mail address is not made public and will only be used if you wish to receive a new password or wish to receive certain news or notifications by e mail Apply for role Select a role press translator Academic information Affiliation An institution Position Your position within your Institution Media information Organization The name of your organization e g The New York Times This field is mandatory only for journalists Display Organization publicly Media type Printed press journal Printed press magazine Television Radio Website News agency Display Media type publicly Personal information Real name Your real name This is mandatory but won t be

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