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Each city, kingdom and trade guild had its own standards until the formation of the Akkadian Empire when Sargon of Akkad issued a common standard.
This standard was improved by Naram-Sin, but fell into disuse after the Akkadian Empire dissolved. The standard of Naram-Sin was readopted in the Ur III period by the Nanše Hymn which reduced a plethora of multiple standards to a few agreed upon common groupings. Successors to Sumerian civilization including the Babylonians, Assyrians, and Persians continued to use these groupings. Akkado-Sumerian metrology has been reconstructed by applying statistical methods to compare Sumerian architecture, architectural plans, and issued official standards such as Statue B of Gudea and the bronze cubit of Nippur, source of information-



the easiest way I can put it : 600/1,0125=592,5925925925926

592,5925925925926-592=0,5925925925926

fraction reduction: n*1,0125 or n/1,0125


592,5925925925926/2=296,2962962962963


296,2962962962963-296=0,2962962962963
0,2962962962963*1,0125=0,3



296,2962962962963*3=88,88888888888889
88,88888888888889*1,0125=90

296,2962962962963/0,3=987,6543209876543


987,6543209876543/1000=0,9876543209876543

360/0,9876543209876543=364,5
360*0,9876543209876543=355,5555555555555

1-0,9876543209876543=0,0123456790123457


296,2962962962963/0,0123456790123457=24000
24000/1000=24

296,2962962962963/24=12,34567901234568

12,34567901234568*1000=12345,67901234568
12345,67901234568/24=514,40329218107

12345,67901234568/240=51,440329218107
51,440329218107*7=360,082304526749

360,082304526749*1,62=583,3333333333334
583,3333333333334*1,008=588
588/0,98=600


12345,67901234568*8820=108888888,8888889
108888888,8888889/3=




12345,67901234568/24=514,40329218107



12345,67901234568*8748=108000000
108000000/31104000=3,472222222222222(1/1000 diametr of the moon )

3,472222222222222(1/1000 diametr of the moon )*1,008=3,5

3,5/1,111111111111111=3,15(pi!!!!)

360/1,111111111111111=324
360*1,111111111111111=405

324*405=131220

131220/1000=131,22
131,22*2*1,111111111111111*2=583,2
583,2(decimal system)*1,008=588(imperial system)




150000000(distance Earth / Sun)*1,008=151200000(distance Earth / Sun)

151200000(distance Earth / Sun)/3500( diametr of the moon)=43200
43200/405=106,6666666666667
106,6666666666667*7=746,6666666666667()

746,6666666666667*3500( diametr of the moon)=2613333,333333333
2613333,333333333*1,0125=2646000

2646000/8820=300
300*300=90000
30*30=900
900*51,84(cubit from Nippur)=46656
900*4=3600
907,2*4=3628,8
3628,8*8820=32006016
32006016/1,008=31752000
31752000/360=88200
31752000/362,88=87500

31752000/367,5=86400
31752000/364,5=87111,11111111111

31752000/1,008=31500000
31500000/364,5=86419,75308641975

86419,75308641975-86400=19,75308641975

19,75308641975*1,0125=20

20/86400=2,3148148148148148148148148148148e-4


20-19,75308641975=0,24691358025

0,24691358025*60=14,814814815
14,814814815*1,0125=15

15/86400=1,736111111132813e-4

1736,1111111111111(radius of the moon)/ 0,0001736111111111111=10000000

31500000/10000000=3,15(pi)

31500000/52,5/10000=60

52,5*10000=525000

525000/86400=60,763888888888888888888888888889
60,763888888888888888888888888889/2=30,381944444444444444444444444445


525000/8750=60

525000/8820=59,52380952380952380952380952381
59,52380952380952380952380952381*1,008=60

59,52380952380952380952380952381*3,15(pi)=187,5

3,15*10*1000*1000=3150000(tropical year)

3150000(tropical year)/60=525000
(3,15/625000)*525000=2,646

2,646/1,008=2,625


2,646*10*1000*1000=26460000
2,646*1000=264,6(autumn equinox)imperial system

26460000/88200=300

300* * 12 * 24 * 360=31104000

2,646/1,008=2,625
2,625*1000=262,5(autumn equinox) decymal system (natural system 0.9.8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 ; )

0,98765432098765432098765432098765 * 2=1,9753086419753086419753086419753
86400+1,9753086419753086419753086419753=86401,975308641975308641975308642

86401,975308641975308641975308642/2=43200,987654320988

43200,987654320988/70=617,15696649029982857142857142857



4320,987654320989/0,0123456790123457=350000
350000/1,008/100=3472,222222222222(diametr of moon)
3472,222222222222(diametr of moon)*51,84(cubit from Nippur)=180000
180000/1000=180
3 July -180 days=3/4 January
For centuries, trying to sync calendars with the length of the natural year caused confusion—until the concept of leap year provided a way to make up for lost time.
The leap day - oddity that occurs the calendar . Evidence of this confusion lie in the long history of rapidly changing dates and accompanying civil, agricultural and religious chaos.

Synchronization between natural time and calendar time occurs every 40.5 years by adding a month.


365,25*40,5=14792,625
14792,625/30,375( natural tropical month)=487
14792,625/30,4375(calendar month)=486

487-486=1 (month natural)

1000/128=7,8125
7,8125*1,008=7,875

128/40,5=3,160493827160494( the egyptian pi ; 256/81)

128*364,5=46656
46656/256=182,25
182,25 /7,1111111111111=25,62890625000004
128*355,5555555555555=45511,1111111111
45511,1111111111/256=177,7777777777777
177,7777777777777*2*1,0125=360

128*360=46080
46080/256=180
46080*1,008=46448,64
46448,64/256=181,44
(181,44*81)/40,5=362,88
128*362,88=46448,64



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80/81(spring equinox)=0,98765432098765432098765432098765

20s*378 days=7560s

20s*375 days=7500s

(7560*7500)/8640=6562,5(eclipse cycle)


6562,5(eclipse cycle)*88200=578812500
578812500/31752000=18,229166666666666666666666666667

18,229166666666666666666666666667*360=6562,5

6562,5/18=364,58333333333333333333333333333

364,58333333333333333333333333333*86400=31500000
31500000*1,008=31752000

31500000/360=87500



2613333,333333333/8820=296,2962962962963 (Newton's problem)

quotation: (...)One problem was set by Newton and remained unsolved, namely, the relation between the Roman foot of 296 mm. and the Egyptian foot of 300 mm.(...)


2646000/10000=264,6(autumn equinox)
264,6(autumn equinox)*2*1,111111111111111=588(imperial system )


I am sorry but I am tired and I have no strength to write further

I do not speak English, that's why I use a google translator. I hope that in time this will be more accurate.Greetings to all of you from Poland.

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