And that's where that horologium you were talking about came from, too.
In 1669 he published his important work, "horologium Oscillatorium."
Horologe, (Orologe), (horologium)A general term applied indiscriminately in old writings to any mechanism for measuring time.
Reticulum, the Net, is a small constellation to the east of Hydrus and horologium.
Of course it will be necessary to adjust the horologium Florae (or Flower clock) to the nature of the climate.
Varro calls the tower of Andronicus horologium, a word which Salmasius wishes to change into aurologium.
The following important passages then occur (Hugenii, horologium oscillatorium, pars secunda).