We viewed very interesting Exhibition. That was fantastic journey to the world of Greek mathematics.
The exhibition dealt with the development of mathematics and mathematical thought in the ancient Greek world. Through the use of new technologies (video, digital interactive applications, Virtual Reality exhibits) and the adoption of modern museological conceptions, the exhibition attempted to demonstrate the importance of ancient Greek mathematics for Hellenic and European culture. Our tour started from the 6th century BC and culminated in the 4th century AD, examining all the significant "events" and people in the history of Greek mathematics. There was a brief reference to pre-Hellenic mathematics of the Egyptians and the Babylonians, as well as to the course of the texts of Greek mathematicians after the end of the ancient world, from the Byzantine monasteries and the Arab copying workshops to the European Renaissance scientists and the period of Scientific Revolution. The presentation of scientific applications in astronomy, mathematical geography and music created a more complete image of ancient Greek mathematics.