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When did spring-driven clocks start being used?
On a tour of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich I saw the following display on the history of mechanical clocks:
They suggest that mechanical clocks and astronomy weren’t really combined in England until the 16th century.
Now I thought mechanical clocks came into use in the 13th century.
My question is: When did spring-driven clocks start being used?