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Water Clock Project: Home

The Water Clock Project is both, a service learning agency and a student club. The project is a student-driven initiative designed to promote sustainability development by providing a flexible structure that accommodates student creativity.

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Water Clock - Clepsydra

The Encyclopedia Britanica defines a clepsydra or water clock as "an ancient device for measuring time by the gradual flow of water."

Ctesibius Of Alexandria

Ctesibius most famous invention was an improvement of the clepsydra, or water clock, in which water dripping at a constant rate raised a float that held a pointer to mark the passage of the hours.

Water Clock Articles From MDC/ LINCCWeb Databases

Your LINCCWeb Borrower ID is your MDC student number, and your PIN (unless you change it) is the last 4 digits of your MDC student number.

Your Borrower ID and PIN are used for gaining access to the LINCCWeb Databases to find articles and other information.

V. Frederic Rickey - Clepsydra

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