Originally Posted by veti
The hard part of that formula is the screen. That's not something that would be readily available in ancient Sumer.
The screen was nice, but not necessary. You could do the same with two planks, or flat rocks, letting the water run out the side. Might even work better, since it would make the paper flatter.
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