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Sanlúcar la Mayor, Sevilla

Sanlúcar la Mayor, Sevilla

Sundial: taking into account latitude, longitude and the angle of the wall to the sun, these sundials can mark the passing of the year through both equinoxes from summer solstice to midwinter.

Clock Hourglass Sundial Time: Taking into account latitude, longitude, and the angle of the wall to the Sun, vertical sundials can mark the passing of the year through both equinoxes and solstices.

Download, print out and make this elegant equatorial sundial, line it up with the North/South line and, once the sun comes out, you can read the time from the shadow on the dial. This fascinating m…

Download, print out and make this elegant equatorial sundial, line it up with the North/South line and, once the sun comes out, you can read the time from the shadow on the dial. This fascinating m…

Torquetum-type sundial, English, late 17th century This sundial was constructed to make celestial measurements according to a number of different systems. The lower dial, set in the equatorial plane, can be used as an equatorial sundial while the upper dial tells the time according to the stellar coordinates. The sundial is constructed so that it can show both solar and sidereal time. The levelling screws, compas and plumb bob on the base are made to ensure that the instrument can be…

Torquetum-type sundial, English, late century This sundial was constructed to make celestial measurements according to a number of different systems. The lower dial, set in the equatorial plane, can be used as an equatorial sundial while the.

El cuboctaedro: reloj de sol, arte, adorno, .... ¡¡alegrando la vida!! | Matemolivar

El cuboctaedro: reloj de sol, arte, adorno, .... ¡¡alegrando la vida!! | Matemolivar

27. Polyhedral dial by Nicolaus Kratzer, London, c.1525  Type: instrument Inv. No. 54054 Source: MHS  The dial is unsigned but was made for Cardinal Wolsey (bearing his arms, the arms of York Minster and two representations of a cardinal’s hat), almost certainly by Nicholaus Kratzer. He was lecturing at Corpus Christi College, Oxford in the 1520s, under Wolsey’s patronage, on elementary astronomy, the construction of the astrolabe and Ptolemy’s geography.

Polyhedral sundial made for Cardinal Wolsey (bearing his arms, the arms of York Minster and two representations of a cardinal’s hat), almost certainly by Nicolaus Kratzer although the dial is unsigned.

Detalle | Reloj de Sol de la Corrala de la Calle del Espino | Calle de Miguel Servet semiesquina con Calle de Mesón de Paredes | Barrio de Lavapiés - Madrid

Detalle | Reloj de Sol de la Corrala de la Calle del Espino | Calle de Miguel Servet semiesquina con Calle de Mesón de Paredes | Barrio de Lavapiés - Madrid

Balbacienta (GURIEZO)

Balbacienta (GURIEZO)

Horizontalsonnenuhr - horizontal sundial -- Dresden, Germany, 1611

Horizontalsonnenuhr - horizontal sundial -- Dresden, Germany, 1611

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