Who Invented the Table?

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There really is not a specific person that invented the table, and if there was one such person their name is lost in time. Tables were known to used by Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and the Chinese for a variety of purposes. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_%28furniture%29
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Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the fahrenheit temperature scale in 1724. He also invented the alcohol and the mercury thermometer prior to that.
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Dimitri Mendeleev invented the first periodic table. He arranged the elements by the atomic mass. Henry Moseley made the second periodic table. He gave the elements an atomic number. You can find more information here: http://www.edu.pe.ca/montaguehigh/grass/chem/notes/ptable.html
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