The Antikythera mechanical computer

Built around 205 B.C., the Antikythera mechanism is the first known mechanical computer for forecasting astronomical positions and eclipses. It was discovered in 1901 after being lost at sea for nearly 2,000 years. The device consists of 37 bronze gears and “predates other known examples of similar technology by more than 1,000 years.”

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