History of the measurement of mass

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2. started

2.1. necessary measurement

2.1.1. http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=ac07

2.1.2. Length Egypt Mesopotamia

2.1.3. weight

2.1.4. volume Geistesblitz Tools Email & SMS Gateways Compare Editions

2.1.5. time New node

3. timetable

3.1. Sundial and water clock: from the 2nd millennium BC

3.1.1. Erathosthenes and the camels

3.2. Hero's dioptra: 1st century AD

3.2.1. Hipparchus

3.3. The hour: 14th century AD

3.3.1. clocks

3.4. Minutes and seconds: 14th - 16th century AD

3.4.1. von Guericke

3.5. Barometer and atmospheric pressure: AD 1643-1646

3.5.1. Accademia del Cimento

3.6. Mercury thermometer: AD 1714-1742

3.7. Chronometer: AD 1714-1766

3.8. Sextant: AD 1731-1757

3.8.1. European voyages in the 15th century practical improvements