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Gibbs 7001G Tinos inv A 139 multiple sundial

Authors: Jones, Alexander
Subject Keywords: Greek astronomy;Greco-Roman time reckoning
Date of digital object: 10-Jun-2019
Date of object depicted: c. 100 BCE
Technical designation of object: Tinos archaeological museum inv. A 139
Gibbs 7001G
Berlin Ancient Sundials ObjID268 Dialface ID 280-283
IG XII,5 891
Bonnin fiche 577
Winter Tenos 1
Language: grc
Description of particular view: Entire object except bottom surface
File format: Compressed (ZIP) waveform OBJ. Each compressed file contains .obj, .mtl, .obj.mtl, and .jpg files.
Technical specifications: Generated by photogrammetry (Agisoft Photoscan Standard 1.4.5) from 124 photographs taken with a Nikon D7100.
Additional description: Dimensions of sundial: width 0.58 m, height 0.69 m, depth (top) 0.57 m, depth (base) 0.49 m
Bibliographic citation: Alexander Jones, "Greco-Roman Sundials: Precision and Displacement." In K. Jackson Miller and S. Symons, eds., Down to the Hour: Short Time in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East, Leiden: Brill (forthcoming).
Rights: Distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY) license.
Appears in Collections:Ancient Sundials

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