About the time period in which sundials were commonly used.
The water clock was invented
A geographer who created a method for measuring the circumference of the Earth, however he was 15% too high.
He was a Greek astronomer who invented trigonometry.
A tall tower in Greece which was a giant sundial containing a water clock on the inside.
A Greek cartographer and philosopher who worked with the idea of different climates.
He was a scientist, astrologer, and cartographer, known for his gridlines on his maps.
He tried to find the garden of Eden and claimed to know what it looked like and where it was.
He made church reforms in the hopes of making the church less corrupt and encouraged the crusades.
He created one of the first descriptions of hell as we know it.
He built the largest Stupa temple complex which included artificial mountains, like ziggurats.
The East and West could trade without middle-eastern nations blocking Europeans from passing the Mediterranean.
Compernicus's book with the heliocentric model of the universe.
He was a priest and missionary to China and gave the Emperor his first clock.
He created the pendulum for clocks and was condemned to death for his other beliefs.
Created Hooke's law, began creating the first marine clock.
Submitted his nautical clock to Parlament and got half the prize, Hooke technically thought of it first.
An English warship crashed 40 miles from shore which intensified the search for a method of longitude.