Squaring the Circle
The Squaring the Circle sculpture in bog oak is approximately 23cm in height. A self standing abstract sculpture featuring an external square with an internal circle.
In James Joyce’s novel Ulysses, Leopold Bloom dreams of becoming wealthy by squaring the circle, unaware that the quadrature of the circle had been proved impossible 22 years earlier and that the British government had never offered a reward for its solution.
Dimensions: 23cm (9″)
Note* Each piece of bog wood is different and unique. As such the sculpture you receive will have the same theme as shown above along with the same approximate dimensions but it may look slightly different to the example shown.
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From: The School of Geosciences, Queens University, Belfast
EXTRACT FROM DATE CERTIFICATION
The radiocarbon date determined for the Bog Yew is 3717 years before present day. Comparing this result with the interntional standard radiocarbon calibration curve, we get a calendrical date of 2137 BC. The error limits on this calendrical date are – 65 and 102 years. We are 95.4% confident that the true date lies between 2035 BC and 2202 BC.
The radiocarbon date determined for the Bog Oak is 470BP. This date intercepts the calibration curve in 3 places yielding dates 3504, 3405 and 3384 BC. In this case we are 95.4% confident that the true date lies between 3370 BC and 3621 BC.
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