Ancient Babylonians Used Sophisticated Math to Track Jupiter
A small clay tablet created between 350 B.C. and 50 B.C. shows that Babylonian astronomers tracked Jupiter’s motion using geometric principles thought to have been invented some 1,400 years later.
Hanging Gardens Existed, but not in Babylon
An Oxford researcher says she has found evidence of the elusive Hanging Gardens of Babylon—but 300 miles from Babylon.