Ancient Greeks used a computer to set Olympics date

Not a computer as you or I would understand the word to mean. It is more like a mechanical brass calculator that uses gearwheels, dials, and inscriptions to predict solar and lunar eclipses. Recently, researchers using 3D x-ray technology (which as far as we know, the Greeks didn’t have — and we defiantly know the Trojans didn’t, as it would have been very helpful to look inside wooden horses) used it to find names within the tiny dials of places the ancient games were held.

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