Sundials, incised dials or mass-clocks: a study of the time-markers of medieval churches, containing descriptions, photographs, diagrams and analysis of dials, chiefly in Hampshire, but also in various other counties
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a.m. line accurate Aspect Barfreston Baughurst Binstead Burghclere buttress Chaddesley Corbett chancel church clock complete circle correct diagram dial facing due divided duodecimal system east jamb end in holes equinoxes Experimental Dial faces due south ﬁgures ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁtted ﬁve lines ﬁxed Glos gnomon Greenwich Greenwich Mean ground Herriard Himbleton horizontal line illustration inches in diameter inches long incised Kilmersdon Laverstoke line marked lines radiating lower half lower western quadrant Mass-clocks Mass-line Nateley nave Newton Valence noon-line o’clock Plate VII Plate XIV position priest’s probably quoins records right angles Saxon dial Saxon sundial scientiﬁc seen shadow Sherborne St side south doorway SOUTH HAYLING south-east angle Standard Dial Steventon Stoke Charity stone style style-hole sundial theory thirteen lines thirteenth century three dials three lines time-markers Timsbury upper half vertical line Victoria County History VII VIII Visited July Warnford Weaverthorpe well-marked west jamb west of south XI XII