Georgia Selected Sundials

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Atlanta Georgia USA Equatorial Dial 272
4' Steel, iron. Sundial has an arrow crossing diagonally upward through a half circle. Rests on a triangular base that has an eagle carved on all three sides.
 
Augusta Georgia USA Analemmatic Dial 353
An analemmatic dial in brick and stone.
 
Elberton Georgia USA Calendrical Dial 587
A calendrical dial consisting of six granite slabs and standing 19 feet high arranged as a center stone with four surrounding stones and a capstone. A channel through stone indicates the celestial pole and a horizontal slot indicates the annual travel of the sun. The stone faces are engraved with ten guidelines or principles in eight different languages.
 
Macon Georgia USA Horizontal Dial 226
A horizontal dial 16 inches in diameter located beside the observatory, just outside the museum. Includes hour markings for EST and DST and an EOT graph. Hour lines corrected for longitude. Mounted on a 24 inch high pedestal low enough for children to enjoy.
 
Pine Mountain Georgia USA Analemmatic Dial 386
Interactive analemmatic dial set in an herb garden. Visit website
 
Savannah Georgia USA Armillary Dial 706
A six foot diameter armillary sphere of steel and bronze with equatorial, meridian, equinoctial colure, ecliptic, Arctic and Antarctic rings. Equatorial ring has Roman hour numerals but no hour marks and includes gold plated Zodiacal symbols on exterior of ring. The sphere base is supported on the backs of cast tortoises atop a 3 foot high square marble pedestal. This dial is located under a heavy canopy of trees and likely never gets direct sunlight today.
 
Savannah Georgia USA Horizontal Dial 705
A 10 inch round bronze horizontal dial on an octagonal stone atop a 3 foot high brick pedestal. The pedestal is in the center of a 10 foot square stone area raised about 6 inches. Dial face has Roman numerals, hour lines, five minute marks and a central compass rose. This dial is located under a heavy canopy of trees and likely never gets direct sunlight today.
 
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