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Deutsch: Rekonstruktion eines römischen Abakus im RGZ-Museum Mainz (1977)
Das Original ist aus Bronze und befindet sich in der Bibliothèque nationale de France (Paris)
English: Reconstruction of a Roman Abacus, made by the RGZ Museum in Mainz, 1977
The original is bronze and is held by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, in Paris.
Español: Reconstrucción de un ábaco romano, hecha por el RGZ Museum en Mainz, 1977
El original es de bronce y está en manos de la Biblioteca Nacional de Francia, en París.
Polski: Rekonstrukcja rzymskiego abakusa, zrobiona przez RGZ Museum w Mainz, 1977.
Oryginał jest z brązu i przechowywany jest w Bibliothèque nationale de France, w Paryżu.
Date 1 May 2004
Source Photographer: Mike Cowlishaw (aus der englischen Wikipedia)
Author Photographer: Mike Cowlishaw (aus der englischen Wikipedia)

Exposure time: 1/15.00 F-stop: 3.5 ISO speed: 100 Focal length: 15.0000 Focal length (35mm): 97 Camera: Minolta Xi Photographer: Mike Cowlishaw Please note the 'history' entry below is wrong, this is an original photograph 2004-05-01 12:39:27, nothing to do the EB.


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