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Adelard of Bath’s Abacus
Abacus

Origin

Adelard of Bath

Type

Abacus

Effects

Increases mathematical abilities

Downsides

Cause murderous inclinations

Activation

Using them in calculations

Collected by

Warehouse 8

Section

Socrates-953A

Aisle

530669-40156

Shelf

745598-21063-217

Date of Collection

1425

[Source]


OriginEdit

Adelard of Bath was a natural philosopher who translated many Greek and Arabic texts on astronomy, philosophy and mathematics into Latin. He was also one of the first to introduce the Hindu-Arabic number system to Europe, which is still commonly used throughout the world. In the pipe roll (English treasurer’s financial records) of Henry I, Adelard had the fine on a murder charge waived.

EffectsEdit

When used in calculations, it will increase the person’s mathematical and computing capacities. They will be able to perform complex physics and calculus problems quickly in their head. If someone irritates them, it may cause the user to ‘hunt’ them down and wait for an attempt to murder them.

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