A good clock is never late
...nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to. (Peter Jackson)
As a Kiwi, I love that you attribute these words to my compatriot, but they're actually Tolkien's...
Beat me to it.
That clock in a cloak
It is not clear to me the use of dative as a complement of time. Anyone could help me?
This is an adverb temporī (also temporē or temperī) rather than the dative case, according to Lewis & Short.
What is the meaning of this sentence, of the possible meanings? Saved by the bell? Or someone ordered a clock via Amazon?
More like an Ancient Roman Amazon/Ebay
service, something like the Cursus publicus:
But they did not have clocks at that time though...
I thought of it more like saying that the clock is accurate.
An ancient clock may have been able to ride a horse.
Nah, I'll bet it's that clock guy from Beauty and the Beast.
Yea he merged with the white rabbit from Alice in wonderland. They got caught in the contraption of "the fly" together
Very very badly registered
Horologium is wrong, it must be horologius for this sentence...
I think horologium is neuter. Nominativus horologium.