'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet (damaged)

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This article is about the damaged variant. For the restored variant, see 'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet.
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A 'the eudoxian elements' tablet (damaged) is a damaged Saradominist artefact which can be restored at an archaeologist's workbench after being excavated from the Bibliotheke debris excavation hotspot at the Everlight Dig Site with level 109 Archaeology.

Sources[edit | edit source]

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  1. ^ There is further information on this drop; see the associated page for details.

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Restored artefact info[edit | edit source]

The 'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet in the journal.

The below information is for the restored variant of this damaged artefact (see products above).

'The Eudoxian Elements' tablet
Chronotes[art 1] 988 (395)
Alignment Saradomin symbol.png Saradominist
Dig site Everlight Dig Site.png: RS3 Inventory image of Everlight Dig SiteEverlight
Excavation hotspot Bibliotheke debris
Description Markings on this stone tablet depict some fundamentals of mathematics, in particular geometry, algebra and references to something called the 'golden ratio'.
  1. ^ This is amount for trading in the artefact at the listed collectors. A part of the collections give an additional amount of chronotes upon completion. The amount in the parentheses is the amount obtained when donating to the museum donation bin, which will give only 40% of the amount one would get from a collector.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Εὐδοξία (Eudoxia) is a feminine name from Ancient Greek, meaning "good deeds." The adjectival form, Eudoxian, means of or pertaining to Eudoxia, or of or pertaining to good deeds.