22 inches / 56 cm diameter
This large and impressive “double horizontal” dial was commissioned to replace a badly weathered early 18th century dial by Richard Glynne in a University College garden. It took many months to calculate, design, set out and to hand engrave.
The dial tells the time. It also tells the date, the times of sunrise and sunset, the position of the sun in relation to the Point of Aries and the time by moonlight. It includes an equation of time table and a compass rose.
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