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In the Greek world, the operation of machines is applied for the first time without the work of humans
or animals but with the power of moving water and wind and in fact with the use of intelligent ways of transmitting their movement. Typical examples are the Greek watermill of Strabon with the vertical transmission of interlocking wheels and the windpowered hydraulis of Heron with the converter of rotary motion to reciprocating.

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