where did ancient greek spiral patterns originate? possibly with chariot?

"A tombstone of a royal tomb in Mykenai, dated around 1500 BC, contains one of the earliest images of a chariot in Greece"

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### Speira(Spiral): one of the oldest and most powerful symbols in the world

The Spiral is one of the oldest symbols and has been used since the Paleolithic period in Greece. This complex but powerful symbol is found everywhere and in many ancient civilizations around the world. But especially in Greece, it was a sign and symbol of the ubiquitous Ancient Hellenism and a symb

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The so-called “Golden Ratio"

### Were the Greeks Really Obsessed with the Golden Ratio? - Tales of Times Forgotten

The so-called “Golden Ratio,” or φ, occurs when the ratio of the greater of two quantities to the lesser of two quantities is equivalent to the ratio of the sum of the two quantities to the greater of the two quantities. Expressed using incomprehensible math symbols, it looks like this: Many...

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"The Golden Section was used extensively by Leonardo Da Vinci. Note how all the key dimensions of the room, the table and ornamental shields in Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” were based on the Golden Ratio, which was known in the Renaissance period as The Divine Proportion."