Babylonian Maths

A full teaching resource kit on maths in Ancient Babylon, including videos presented by a mathematical archaeologist, worksheets and activities – including making cuneform style base60 numbers in clay or plasticine tablets, looking at the area of Babylonian house and how Babylon students did their maths homework and multiplication tables.

7 October 2011 Edit: 22 February 2014

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