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Byzantine sundial-cum-calendar, 5th-6th century
London, Science Museum, inv. 1983-1393

The most exceptional feature of this sundial-cum-calendar is its sheer antiquity. The four fragments are all that remain of a portable sundial combined with a calendar driven by gears.
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Anonymous
Byzantine sundial-cum-calendar, 5th-6th century
London, Science Museum, inv. 1983-1393

The most exceptional feature of this sundial-cum-calendar is its sheer antiquity. The four fragments are all that remain of a portable sundial combined with a calendar driven by gears.

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