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Great Minds - Archimedes’ Tangram Puzzle

GM1100

Will you be able to master this difficult wooden brainteaser?
  • French, English, German
  • 1 player(s)

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  • Global rate
    4.6/5*
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  • Customers (1)
    5/5

14,95 €

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Will you be able to master this difficult wooden brainteaser? 

  • Step 1: take the 14 pieces out of the frame: will you be able to put them back on? 
  • Step 2: open the booklet to discover 12 more challenges! 
 

Difficulty 5/5

A little story:

Archimedes of Syracuse (c. 287 BC - c. 212 BC)

A Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor and astronomer. Although few details of his life are known, he is considered one of the leading scientists of classical antiquity. He is famous for sitting in the bath and recognizing the laws of motion. He was so excited at this discovery that he is said to have run naked through the streets, shouting ""eureka"", a Greek word that became common usage, meaning ""I found him"".

He also designed and wrote on a Tangram-type puzzle. It consists of pieces cut from a square that can be used to make other polygons. This tangram is called Archimedes' Loculus. At over 2,000 years old, it is the oldest puzzle in the world. What Archimedes didn't know at the time was that, without rotation or reflection, there were 536 different ways to put the 14 pieces back into the square frame.
Language(s) GermanFrenchEnglish
Mechanism(s) Puzzles
Note globale 4.6
Material Wood
Editor Professor Puzzle

Gamme Great Minds

This game is recommended by 1 of our Customers

The Customers have given a rate of 5/5 on this product
5/5
  • on 10/09/17 Verified purchase

    5/5
    Jeu original ancêtre du puzzle

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