Am reading “The Light Ages” by Seb Falk.
Just learnt that in medieval times, before mechanical clocks were a common thing, each day was subdivided in 12 light and 12 dark hours. Over the year the length of hours varied. This goes back to Egyptian culture and lasted until 14th c.
Clocks create illusionary temporal boundaries. Reminds me of https://www.illusionsindex.org/i/kanizsa-triangle in vision.
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