Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Amorite Mathematics and the Isosceles Triangle Formed at Newark, Ohio Earthworks

Amorite Mathematics and the Isosceles Triangle Formed at Newark, Ohio Earthworks.

   The number 3 was an important number to the Ohio Amorites, and was expressed geometrically as an isosceles triangle. This knowledge was brought to Ohio from Babylonian during the Amorite occupation.They had formulated the mathematical rules of generating Pythagorean triples and understood the relationship between the sides of a right triangle,  12 + 12 = ()2.]


This Adena mound group located Ross County,Ohio was diagrammed by the Ohio Historical Society.


From the center of the Octagon to the center of Henge and then to the burial mounds located on Geller Hill an isosceles triangle is formed.