Timekeeping

  • (noun): The act or process of determining the time.

Some articles on timekeeping:

Temporal Measurement - History of Time Measurement Devices
... Main article History of timekeeping devices See also Clock A large variety of devices have been invented to measure time ... The most precise timekeeping device of the ancient world was the water clock, or clepsydra, one of which was found in the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep I (1525–1504 BC) ... The Greeks and the people from Chaldea (southern Iraq) regularly maintained timekeeping records as an essential part of their astronomical observations ...
Master Of G - Characteristics
... made that received an atomic signal that calibrated its timekeeping with atomic clock transponders in Japan ... has Tough Solar to power its radio-calibrated timekeeping and thermometer/altimeter/barometer functions the GWF-1000 Frogman and GW-9110 Gulfman both feature solar power, radio ... has one of the most extensive feature sets by far, with mud/dust resistance, solar power, radio timekeeping, moon phase display, thermometer and digital compass functions ...
Hong Kong Time - Timekeeping
... After the war, a pendulum clock was installed and regulated by radio time signals from other timekeeping centres ...
Whenever - Temporal Measurement - History of Time Measurement Devices
... Main article History of timekeeping devices See also Clock A large variety of devices have been invented to measure time ... The most precise timekeeping device of the ancient world was the water clock, or clepsydra, one of which was found in the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep I (1525–1504 BC) ... and the people from Chaldea (southeastern Mesopotamia) regularly maintained timekeeping records as an essential part of their astronomical observations ...
History Of Timekeeping Devices - Early Timekeeping Devices
... Methods of sexagesimal timekeeping, now common in Western society, first originated nearly 4,000 years ago in Mesopotamia and Egypt a similar system was developed ... civilizations left no recorded history, little is known of their calendars or timekeeping methods ...