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It is a slab of white marble measuring 149cm in length, 75cm in width and 4.5cm thick, on which are 5 groups of markings.

In the center of the tablet are a set of 5 horizontal parallel lines divided equally by a perpendicular vertical line, capped with a semi-circle at the intersection of the bottom-most horizontal line and the vertical line.

Three sets of Greek symbols (numbers from the acrophonic system) are arranged along the left, right and bottom edges of the tablet.

During Greek and Roman times, counting boards, like the Roman hand-abacus, that survive are constructed from stone and metal (as a point of reference, the Roman empire fell circa 500 C. “The Exchequer is an oblong board measuring about 10 feet by 5..a rim around it about four finger breadths in height, to prevent anything set on it from falling off.

in Chinese, as it appears today, was first chronicled circa 1200 C. On each rod, the classic Chinese abacus has 2 beads on the upper deck and 5 on the lower deck; such an abacus is also referred to as a 2/5 abacus.

The 2/5 style survived unchanged until circa 1850 at which time the 1/5 (one bead on the top deck and five beads on the bottom deck) abacus appeared. E., use and evolution of the Chinese 1/5 abacus was begun by the Japanese via Korea. The 1/4 abacus, a style preferred and still manufactured in Japan today, appeared circa 1930.

A benefit of these counting boards on tables, was that they could be moved without disturbing the calculation— the table could be picked up and carried indoors.

With the need for portable devices, wooden boards with grooves carved into the surface were then created and wooden markers (small discs) were used as place-holders.

Compare the quick rate of progress in last one-thousand years to the slow progress during the first one-thousand years of civilization.

The accountant sits in the middle of his side of the table, so that everybody can see him, and so that his hand can move freely at its work.

In the lowest space on the right, he places the heap of the pence; in the second the shillings; in the third the pounds…As he reckons, he must put out the counters and state the numbers simultaneously, lest there should be a mistake in the number.

Over it is spread a cloth, bought in Easter term, with a special pattern, black, ruled with lines a foot, or a full span, apart.

In the spaces between them are placed the counters, in their ranks.