Who invented the calendar clock?

Answer The Clock Antiques' history of wall clocks reports the use of calendar clock movements in England in the 17th Century. However, the calendar clock itself was designed and patented in the U.S. in 18... Read More »

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Who invented the calendar?

No one really knows when the calendar was invented. Neolithic man probably invented it after marking time on some sort of object like sticks or bones. Notched bones marking moon phases dated to 20,... Read More »

Who invented the modern calendar?

The modern international calendar, also known as the Gregorian calendar, was created by a commission formed by Pope Gregory XIII to solve inconsistencies between the Julian calendar's date for East... Read More »

Who invented the electric clock?

Scottish inventor, educator, and philosopher Alexander Bain (1818-1903) created the electric clock in 1841. Bain also invented both the fax machine and the chemical telegraph in a span of only six ... Read More »

When was the water clock invented?

The water clock was invented in Egypt around 1700 B.C., according to the website Archytech. Water clocks are composed of two containers of water, one higher than the other. Water clocks were extrem... Read More »