INVENTIONS The "Aeolus cell" of Heron of Alexandria, greek mathematician and engineer who lived between the third and the first century. BC The invention, called the first steam engine ever built, is shown here in an engraving by Louis Poyet (1846-1913).

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subject date: 2014-09-30

caption: INVENTIONS The "Aeolus cell" of Heron of Alexandria, greek mathematician and engineer who lived between the third and the first century. BC The invention, called the first steam engine ever built, is shown here in an engraving by Louis Poyet (1846-1913).

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continent: Europa

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image epoch: Novecento

subject century: III a.C. - I a.C.

subject epoch: Antica Grecia

technique: Incisione

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Aeolus cellenergythrustpressureboilerjet engineengineHeron the Eldersteam enginejet engineEngine HeroinventionssteamHero

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