Ancient Romans divided daylight and darkness into 12 increments each. In Rome, this meant an hour of daylight was 45 minutes long in the winter and 75 minutes long in the summer—but minutes clearly weren’t something the Romans even worried about, because their sense of urgency and time keeping was far removed from ours.
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