EDIT: Wolfram Alpha has been updated to fix the problem mentioned below.
One of the more curious features of Wolfram Alpha is if you type a single number, in addition to giving you trivia it will (if you so choose) render historical versions of that number. Here’s some selections in Babylonian numerals:
Here are what Babylonian numerals are supposed to look like. I originally thought Wolfram Alpha wasn’t using base 60 like it’s supposed to be, but I realized later they are just separating out the renderings (like 38 above) so they look like separate symbols in base 10. However, there’s still weird errors going on (like with 10 above, which is clearly not the right symbol) but I have no idea what’s the pattern to the errors. Anyone know?