The Clock of Andronicus Cyrrhestes



published on 22 May 2012

Also known as the Tower of the Winds because of the relief carvings of the eight winds near its top, this marble tower, built in the first century BCE, contained the clock which ran on water from the Acropolis spring. It was located in the Roman agora.

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