Salisbury’s medieval clock

Probably the oldest working clock in existence, made of hand-wrought iron in or before 1386. The clock may be the work of three horologists from the Low Countries, Johannes and Williemus Vriemand and Johannes Jietuijt of Delft, who came to England at the invitation of Edward III. Bishop Erghum (1375-1388) consecrated at Bruges and mayContinue reading “Salisbury’s medieval clock”