The ancient three-shift day is equivalent to the current 23:00 a.m. to about 1:00 a.m. the next day. In ancient times, there will be 12 hours or 1 minutes a day and night.
In ancient times, the time was usually recorded in a few more days, and the habit of playing more was retained to tell people what time it was. What time is it now in the middle of the night? Let’s give you a detailed introduction.
The third watch refers to the midnight, while the third watch day is near the third watch, which is equivalent to 23:00 of the current day to 1:00 of the next day.
The night, the ancient time nouns.
Take the first moment of the evening as one change, the second moment of the first moment of the night as the second change, the whole time of the child as the third change, the ugly second moment as the fourth change, and the fourth moment of Yin Zheng as the fifth change.
Divide the night by five more (4:00), press more drum, every more five (6). Every 1.2 hours is equivalent to the current 2.4 hours, or 144 minutes, so only 24 minutes per point.
Ancient times do not necessarily have strict time significance, and there are quite a few commonly used names. Generally speaking, when the sun rises, it can be called the day, the morning, the morning, and when the sun comes in, it can be called the night, the evening, and the evening. The middle of the sun is called mid day, noon, and Tingwu. The middle of the day is called Yuzhong, and the west is called Zao and Japanese products.