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'''Time''' as an exact concept is fairly new. In [[period]] most people would have been content knowing what month it was and in a lot of cases they wouldn't have minded only knowing which [[season]] it was currently. It wasn't until the later parts of period that technology had progressed to the point that mechanical [[clocks]] were practical and the first useful pocket watches only started to appear just as the [[16th century]] was drawing to a close.
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'''Time''' as an exact concept is fairly recent. In [[period]] most people would have been content knowing what month it was and in a lot of cases they wouldn't have minded only knowing which [[season]] it was currently. It wasn't until the later parts of period that technology had progressed to the point that mechanical [[clocks]] were practical and the first useful pocket watches only started to appear just as the [[16th century]] was drawing to a close.
  
 
''See also:''
 
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* [[SCA time]]
 
* [[SCA time]]

Revision as of 02:25, 11 July 2003

Time as an exact concept is fairly recent. In period most people would have been content knowing what month it was and in a lot of cases they wouldn't have minded only knowing which season it was currently. It wasn't until the later parts of period that technology had progressed to the point that mechanical clocks were practical and the first useful pocket watches only started to appear just as the 16th century was drawing to a close.

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