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Wind On Water / Peters Clock / Oaken Gates

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  1. The creation of these water clocks occurred from B.C. to A.D. Tower of the Winds. Around the 1st century, a Greek astronomer by the name of Andronikos built an octagonal clock tower in Athens. This tower included not only a water-clock, but also sundials and a wind vane. The structure stood 42 feet high and is called the Tower of the Winds.
  2. To wind the clock use either a number 11 key or a number 10 crank. Although British dial clocks are meant to be wound using a key, using a crank is much easier. To wind the clock simply place the key, or crank, into the winding point and turn clockwise sixteen revolutions. When the clock is fully wound an internal mechanism will prevent you.
  3. Mar 31,  · The Tower of the Winds, also known as the Clock of Andronicus Cyrrhestes, is a timekeeping tower on the eastern side of the Roman agora of Athens. Built in the 2nd century BCE, it once had nine sundials and contained a large water clock. Recently cleaned and restored, visitors can now finally enter the tower as part of the visit to the agora.
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  6. The first step in oiling or servicing your Grandfather clock is to make sure you use gloves at every stage. I personally use cotton gloves when handling any wood parts of the clock and I use latex gloves when handling any brass or metal parts. There is acid in the oils of our fingers and this acid eats through the thin layer of lacquer when it comes in contact with brass.
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  8. The oldest water clock of which there is physical evidence dates to c. BC, during the reign of Amenhotep III where it was used in the Temple of Amen-Re at Karnak.[3] The oldest documentation of the water clock is the tomb inscription of the 16th century BC Egyptian court official Amenemhet, which identifies him as its inventor.[4][5.