The Tower of the winds - in the middle Notos (south), left Lips (south west) and right Euros (south east

Tower of the winds - Horologion Andronikos

The Horologion of Andronikos also known as the Tower of the winds in the Roman Agora in Athens was build around 50 BC and contains a water clock which uses the water from the Acropolis above it. On this detail you can see some of the wind deities on the frieze below its conical rooftop.

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