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Archaic Calculator Confounds Assumptions of the Ancient World

In 1900, off the coast of the Greek island of Antikythera, a group of divers discovered a shipwreck of an ancient Roman merchant vessel containing the Antikythera Mechanism, a horological wonder of the ancient world. On April 11, 2018, during the National Watch & Clock Museum’s Lunch Time program, Noel Poirier, Museum Director of the National Watch & Clock Museum, presented the very first reproduction of the Antikythera Mechanism.


NWCM - 40th Anniversary Celebration
In celebration of the Museum's 40th Anniversary, the NAWCC is inviting all of our friends and supporters to join us along with an assemblage of members, patrons, donors, international horological experts, institution leaders, and company executives who have a close association with the NAWCC in celebrating our museum's fortieth year!
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FOR ALL TIME is a comprehensive fundraising initiative and our opportunity to shape the next era of the NAWCC for the benefit of our members, our community, and our society. This historic campaign is an investment in our future. Endowment funds are maintained in perpetuity with the investment income providing designated ongoing support. Your gift is important. Please give today.
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