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Secret Plato Code Discovered and Solved Claims Historian

Did Plato hide a secret code in his writings? Dr. Jay Kennedy, a historian and a member of the University of Manchester’s Faculty of Life Sciences, recently published a scholarly work parsing the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato's writing, discovering...

Babylonian Trigonometry Tablet Precedes Pythagoras by 1,000 Years

A Babylonian clay trigonometry tablet and a reed pen precedes the Pythagorean Theorem by at least 1,000 years and is accurate today, according to a Guardian report. Scientists seem to have deciphered the 3,700-year-old broken clay tablet, which belongs to...

Eudoxus of Cnidus: The Man Who Changed Geometry

Eudoxus, born in Cnidus, Asia Minor, was one of the most important scholars of ancient Greece. He was a great mathematician who helped in the development of geometry and the first scholar to ever connect it with other sciences such...

Six Greeks in Top 10 of Historical Personalities

What are the names that are mentioned more often than any other names in human history? That was one of the questions examined in an extensive study conducted by Pantheon, the new media lab of the Massachusetts Institute of...

BBC’s Atlantis Greek Myth TV

The first official poster for The BBC's Atlantis, features Robert Emms (Kick-Ass 2) as Pythagoras, Jack Donnelly (Misfits) as Jason, and Mark Addy (Game of Thrones) as Hercules with Greek mythology becoming even more popular as films and for...

What Didn't Ancient Greeks Eat and Were So Clever?

Modern science has repeatedly studied ancient writings to find more about the diet of ancient Greeks and to answer a seemingly simple question: Why were ancient Greeks so clever? For many, there is only one answer to this question and...