Missing Piece of Antikythera Mechanism Found on Aegean Seabed

Bronze disk unearthed by archaeologists in same wreck where original 2,200-year-old computer had been found; also located bits of the ship that Jacques Cousteau and looters hadn't destroyed

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Discovery of a missing piece of Antikythera Mechanism on the Aegean sea floor
Discovery of a missing piece of Antikythera Mechanism on the Aegean sea floor Credit: Brett Seymour / EUA/ARGO
Philippe Bohstrom
Philippe Bohstrom
The missing piece of the Antikythera Mechanism, found on the Aegean sea floor.Credit: Brett Seymour / EUA/ARGO
what is the Antikythera mechanism?Credit: Haaretz-Youtube
Diver lifting amphora that possibly contained wine or perfume from Antikythera wreckCredit: Brett Seymour
Jacques Cousteau looking at a salvaged bronze figurineCredit: EUA



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