ALGEBRA IN ANCIENT ROME
The History Of Algebra, Click On Picture:
Algebra did not make it to Europe till about 450AD, after the fall of Rome, then in 830AD finally put together by the great Arab Mathematician Al Jabar.
Had the Roman Empire been given Algebra and our Arabic numbers they may not have fallen in 450AD to the Barbarians.
They only had the cumbersome Roman numerals to compute their engineering which is remarkable knowing what Engineering Marvels they had accomplished.
The Beautiful Roman Pantheon shown below is still standing today after 2,000 years looking like it was finished last year.
ANCIENT ROME’S BEAUTIFUL PANTHEON
Some of the Roman roads are still in use today as are the magnificent aqueducts still supplying life giving water to many of the Roman Cities..
Some historians suggest that they would have had electricity, oil refinement, automobiles and airplanes to mention a few by 800 Ad.
Today’s San Francisco may have gotten built in 900AD rather 1900AD.
We may still be speaking Latin and Caesar would be in the White House…and the Barbarians would not have won in 450AD.
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