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The World's First Computer: Decoding the Antikythera Mechanism
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Showing of a documentary originally aired on BBC 4 , May 2012, followed by a Q & A with the programme-makers, Tony Freeth, Mike Beckham, and Mike Edmunds. Chaired by Paul Cartledge (AG Leventis Professor of Greek Culture, Faculty of Classics).
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