The Ancient Agora Museum in Athens houses a host of artifacts related to Athenian democracy, including a clepsydra
, or water clock, which was used to impose time limits on speeches before tribunals and in political discourse in late fifth century B.
Vitrea multiplices guttatim temporis horas Clepsydra
consumpsit: toties sophia utraque, sacra Pagina, rethorices, nitido micuere sub ore.
Curious students will gain perspective on world history from the time line, which places in order of invention such valuable entities as the numeral system, clepsydra
, and encyclopedia.
Their set will include hit songs Clepsydra
(Hourglass) and Oniropagida (Dream Catcher).
, Revista de Estudios del Genero y Teoria Feminista, 11, 41-58.
Woodhull, Winifred (2006), "Monique Wittig Reconsidered," Clepsydra
Those already pencilled in include 2010 broodmare of the year Binche, dam of Group 1 winners Proviso and Byword, Heat Haze, a dual Grade 1-winning half-sister to Dansili and Cacique, and Clepsydra
, dam of the Group 1-winning fillies Passage Of Time and Timepiece.
The section on time measurement features three essays: technological development from clepsydra
to clock, the personal account of a court astrologer, and Ottoman clock towers.
By means of an astrolabe or clepsydra
(shisha-i sa'at, lit, hourglass), (80) we determine the time of the start and end of the eclipse.
One of four known fragments of a clepsydra
commissioned by Alexander the Great (c.
These questions assessed students' ability to connect the processes in a verbally complex caption to a static diagram and infer how the clepsydra
worked, that is, to understand an image-language relation of distribution where material processes were distributed across image and caption in the following manner.
Propuestas teoricas feministas en relacion al concepto de maternidad", en Clepsydra
, Revista de Estudios del Genero y Teoria Feminista, No.