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From the sundial to the Apple Watch, via Renaissance automaton clocks

A GILDED bronze sculpture presents Bacchus as a chubby, mischievous and determined baby. The god of wine’s curls are ringed with grape-heavy vines, he holds a bottle—not meant for milk—and straddles a wine barrel with a silver clock face. On the hour, the tyke opens his mouth and lifts his bottle to it.
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