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Special Reports on  " General Science"

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Special Reports

Gifts from the Greeks

Classical scholarship often idealized the Greeks. But considering them in the context of Egyptian and Sumerian achievements does not diminish the uniqueness of their accomplishments.
Ken Weber/World & I 

Introduction
The obvious retort to the claim that Christopher Columbus found America is that we didn't know it was lost. The claim is clearly ...

Philosophy and Religion in Greek and Egyptian Art
An Art Historical Perspective ...

Musical Theory and Ancient Cosmology
The cuneiform mathematical notation, invented by Sumer, was fully exploited by the virtuoso arithmetical calculations of Babylon, ...

The Greek Inspiration
According to Aristotle, anyone who deliberately lives an isolated life is either a beast or a god. Or, to put it positively, man is by ...

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