7,804 Works

Figure 1 for ICG 1524

Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae
Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae

Image of Dialface ID 711

Berlin Sundial Collaboration
Photographs of the sundial in Nafpaktos, Greece, (object-ID 649 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

Image of Dialface ID 694

Berlin Sundial Collaboration
Photographs of the Sundial in Selcuk (of the object-ID 633 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

ÄE9285

Dr. Joanne Rowland & Dr. Geoffrey Tassie

Figure 2 for ICG 2362

Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae
Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae

Image of Dialface ID 237

Schaldach & Karlheinz
Photographs of the Sundial in the Stadtmuseum Wiesbaden (of the object-ID 239 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

Entasis, San Crisogono, Porticus

Bernhard Fritsch
Plot of the entasis of the column based on the Jupyter notebook 'Entasis', see http://repository.edition-topoi.org/collection/CLMN/single/00206

Entasis, Temple of Venus and Rome

Bernhard Fritsch
Plot of the entasis of the column based on the Jupyter notebook 'Entasis', see http://repository.edition-topoi.org/collection/CLMN/single/00206 based on the Jupyter notebook 'Entasis', see http://repository.edition-topoi.org/collection/CLMN/single/00206

Figure 1 for ICG 2467

Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae
Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae

Figure 1 for ICG 3698

Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae
Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae

Figure 1 for ICG 1232

Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae
Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae

Image of Dialface ID 386

Berlin Sundial Collaboration
Photographs of the Sundial in Aphrodisias (of the object-ID 346 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

Roman Villa of Milreu, Portugal

Bernhard Fritsch
Image of the Roman Villa of Milreu, Portugal

Figure 2 for ICG 1232

Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae
Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae

33.419

Dr. Joanne Rowland & Dr. Geoffrey Tassie

UW25060

Dr. Joanne Rowland & Dr. Geoffrey Tassie

Ancient Sundials

Gerd Graßhoff
In antiquity, sundials served mainly for timekeeping, but were only functional under consideration of the respective geographical latitudes. Furthermore, different types of sundials have been distinguished, such as conical, spherical, cylindrical or planar. Even smaller, portable specimen exist. The research project aims to re-analyze as many as possible of the 550 to 600 known Greek or Roman sundials using modern analytical methods such as 3D modeling. Modern technologies allow insights into the level of ancient...

MM16065

Dr. Joanne Rowland & Dr. Geoffrey Tassie

Image of Dialface ID 103

Berlin Sundial Collaboration
Photographs of the Sundial in the Epigraphic Museum of Athens (of the object-ID 106 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

MM14224D.22

Dr. Joanne Rowland & Dr. Geoffrey Tassie

Image of Dialface 428

Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos
Images of the Sundial in Episkopi, Cyprus (of the object-ID 388 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

Image of Dialface 428

Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos
Images of the Sundial in Episkopi, Cyprus (of the object-ID 388 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

Image of Dialface 428

Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos
Images of the Sundial in Episkopi, Cyprus (of the object-ID 388 in the database on Greek and Roman sundials BSDP0001)

Registration Year

  • 2017
    7,804

Resource Types

  • Dataset
    7,804

Data Centers

  • HU Berlin - Excellence Cluster Topoi, Freie Universität Berlin/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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