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On suppose qu’elle provient du site archéologique de Sippar, appelé aujourd’hui Abu Habbah, c’est-à-dire au sud-ouest de Bagdad (en Irak). Au centre de cette carte, on peut facilement apercevoir Babylone. Aux alentours, on observe un disque entouré d'eau et prolongé par les sept îles d'un océan céleste. On peut supposé que c’est le Golfe Persique qui est dessiné comme une rivière encerclant le monde, et que les fleuves Euphrate et Tigre coulent vers lui. Cette tablette comporte également des inscriptions en caractères cunéiformes. Le texte mentionne "Utnapishtim" et "Sargon d'Akkad". De plus, le Nord est indiqué par les mots traduits "là où le soleil ne se voit pas". Enfin, il ne faut pas oublier que les arpenteurs égyptiens effectuaient régulièrement des opérations cadastrales, quasiment après chaque crue annuelle du Nil. Ils avaient acquis des connaissances empiriques assez vastes en géométrie pour pouvoir résoudre les problèmes topométriques. De plus, un débat demeure sur la conception de la Terre par les prêtres égyptiens. Il n’est pas impossible qu’ils la considéraient comme sphérique. Les Égyptiens avaient déjà découvert que le Soleil se retrouve à la même position par rapport aux étoiles en approximativement 365 jours, et constatèrent que l'apparition de Sirius, étoile très brillante située à l'est du Soleil, coïncidait avec la crue annuelle du Nil.
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