When we think of ancient technology, we often imagine simple tools
and primitive machinery.
But what if we told you that over 2,000
years ago, the ancient Greeks had built the world’s oldest computer?
That's right, we're talking about
the Antikythera mechanism, a
complex device discovered in a shipwreck off the coast of Greece in
This incredible machine contained a system of gears and cogs that
was able to predict astronomical positions and eclipses with
It's no wonder that some have called it the
world's first computer, a marvel of engineering that was centuries
ahead of its time.
The Antikythera mechanism is a reminder that even
in the ancient world, there were minds that were capable of
incredible feats of technology and innovation...