Arithide numeral system
The Classical Arithide numeral system is a decimal-base numeral system that first arose as an additive-multiplicative system sometime before the fifth century BCIE, but later developed positional notation during the Balathias dynasty. The system was widespread in the Western classical world, spread via the cultural and trading influence of the Areth, but use of the Arithide symbols waned with the rise of the (relatively simpler) Carabaean numerals at the turn of the first millenium CIE, and its subsequent introduction into Arithia itself.
Development of positional notation
as a result of the efforts of military mathematicians commissioned to invent a
Cardinals & ordinals
- Main article: Classical Arithide numerals