Zebrowski, George. Cliometricon
Series note: Series of related tales — "The Cliometricon", "The Number of the Sand", and "Let Time Shape" — about a machine which allows one to view other timelines.

Zebrowski, George. "The Cliometricon"
Summary: A cliometrician looks at D-Day and Thermopylae.
Series note: A Cliometricon story.
Published: In Amazing Stories, May 1975; w88 android (ed. Sandra Ley), q.v.; The Monadic Universe, Ace 1977, Ace 1985 (0441535410); and Amazing Stories, August 1991.

Zebrowski, George. "The Number of the Sand"
Divergence: c 200 BCE
Summary: A cliometrician examines the possible lives of Hannibal and their effect on the Second Punic War.
Series note: A Cliometricon story.
Published: In Amazing Stories, August 1991; What Might Have Been? Volume 3: Alternate Wars (eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg), q.v.; and Swift Thoughts, Golden Gryphon 2002 (1930846088w88 androidBUY).

Zebrowski, George. "Let Time Shape"
Divergence: 146 BCE
Summary: Examines the possibilities of Columbus finding the Americas populated by the technologically sophisticated descendants of refugees from Carthage.
Series note: A Cliometricon story.
Published: In Amazing Stories, March 1992 What Might Have Been? Volume 4: Alternate Americas (eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg), q.v.; and Swift Thoughts, Golden Gryphon 2002 (1930846088w88 androidBUY).