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  • Roger Hadland | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    with Google Plus One Pinterest Owner of X Tek Systems now Nikon Metrology he designed the Blade Runner a special X ray tomography device that was brought to the National Archaeological Museum in Athens in 2005 in order to scan the fragments of the Antikythera Mechanism Antikythera activity Start Year 2005 Data Publications from AMRP Bibliography http www antikythera mechanism gr bibliography author 8 Tags AMRP Collaborator Radiophysicist Engineer Tweets

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  • Bibliography | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    History People Museum Educational Media Media clips Movies Events News List of events Exhibitions News FAQ Bibliography Credits Contact You are here Bibliography Bibliography Found 0 results No items found Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules Verify default theme Backup current site Replace Drupal core Run update php for core Download

    Original URL path: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/bibliography/author/10 (2016-02-11)
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  • In search of lost time | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    lost time Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2006 Authors Marchant Jo Journal Title Nature Volume 444 Pages 5 Start Page 534 Journal Date 11 2006 URL http www nature com nature journal v444 n7119 full 444534a html Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Login or register to post comments Rate This Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yet Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade

    Original URL path: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/node/236 (2016-02-11)
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  • jomarchant | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Museum Educational Media Media clips Movies Events News List of events Exhibitions News FAQ Bibliography Credits Contact You are here jomarchant jomarchant View Track History Member for 7 years 28 weeks Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules Verify default theme Backup current site Replace Drupal core Run update php for core

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  • Alan Thorndike | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Educational Media Media clips Movies Events News List of events Exhibitions News FAQ Bibliography Credits Contact You are here Alan Thorndike Alan Thorndike View Track History Member for 6 years 46 weeks Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules Verify default theme Backup current site Replace Drupal core Run update php for

    Original URL path: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/user/337 (2016-02-11)
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  • Brendan Foley | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    of events Exhibitions News FAQ Bibliography Credits Contact You are here Brendan Foley Brendan Foley View Track Academic information Affiliation Woods Hole Coeanographic Institution History Member for 41 weeks 2 days Related content Event CHM Soundbytes Secrets of the Antikythera Mechanism Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules Verify default theme Backup

    Original URL path: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/user/1167 (2016-02-11)
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  • CHM Soundbytes: Secrets of the Antikythera Mechanism | Πρόγραμμα Μελέτης Μηχανισμού Αντικυθήρων
    astonishing discovery the wreck of an ancient Roman ship lay 200 feet beneath the water its dazzling cargo spread out over the ocean floor Among the life size statues and amphorae was an encrusted piece of metal which after nearly a century of investigation is finally revealing its secrets Called the Antikythera Mechanism study has shown that this improbably preserved object is actually an ancient Greek astronomical computer of a technical sophistication not seen until the clock making traditions of Medieval Europe 1 500 years after the Mechanism is believed to have been made about 200 BC Recent advances in computer imaging as well as painstaking scholarship have finally elucidated nearly all details of the Mechanism and how it worked For this lecture and panel series we have assembled several world experts on the Mechanism each bringing a different perspective Marine archeologist Brendan Foley will describe his 2014 diving expedition to the original Antikythera wreck site and its findings including using a special high tech million dollar diving Exosuit Michael Wright former curator of mechanical engineering at The Science Museum in London will describe the structure and recreation of the Mechanism at University College London Professor Nicolaos Alexopoulos will discuss

    Original URL path: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/el/node/732 (2016-02-11)
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  • CHM Soundbytes: Secrets of the Antikythera Mechanism | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    wreck of an ancient Roman ship lay 200 feet beneath the water its dazzling cargo spread out over the ocean floor Among the life size statues and amphorae was an encrusted piece of metal which after nearly a century of investigation is finally revealing its secrets Called the Antikythera Mechanism study has shown that this improbably preserved object is actually an ancient Greek astronomical computer of a technical sophistication not seen until the clock making traditions of Medieval Europe 1 500 years after the Mechanism is believed to have been made about 200 BC Recent advances in computer imaging as well as painstaking scholarship have finally elucidated nearly all details of the Mechanism and how it worked For this lecture and panel series we have assembled several world experts on the Mechanism each bringing a different perspective Marine archeologist Brendan Foley will describe his 2014 diving expedition to the original Antikythera wreck site and its findings including using a special high tech million dollar diving Exosuit Michael Wright former curator of mechanical engineering at The Science Museum in London will describe the structure and recreation of the Mechanism at University College London Professor Nicolaos Alexopoulos will discuss sociology engineering and

    Original URL path: http://www.antikythera-mechanism.gr/fr/node/732 (2016-02-11)
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