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Is this of significance in the context of Sumerian PI and the origins of sacred geometry? I forgot to add that the electronic Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary also gives PI meanings:
To expand (twice ca.3000 BCE)
To diminish, to deduct (5 times ca.3000 BCE)

I throw this info out for others to catch; maths, sacred geometry, and the science of resonance remain very mysterious to me.

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