Diptychs

Dyptich dials, also known as Pocket Sundials. Commonly used between 16th-17th Centuries.

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Diptychs

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  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass......served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used.  Their diversity of shapes, materials and decorations was vast and...

  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used.  Their diversity of shapes, materials and decorations was vast and...

  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used. This model has Compass Rose in the upper part with a needle to...

  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used.  This model has Compass Rose in the upper part with a needle to...

  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used. Their diversity of shapes, materials and decorations was vast and...

  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used.  Their diversity of shapes, materials and decorations was vast and...

  • Quadrants with a compass, introduced in the 15th century, were the first portable sundials. The compass served to face the quadrant toward the north and the gnomon (a bit of cord or a flexible triangle) could be raised or lowered to accommodate the latitude where the compass is used.  Their diversity of shapes, materials and decorations was vast and...

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