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The Musée de Picardie in Amiens, France, is hosting a temporary exhibition on ”Le Temps des Romains: perception, mesure et instrument” that will run from 27 October 2012 until 24 March 2013. The exhibition will focus on time-keeping in antiquity, taking into account time measuring traditions and devices in the Mediterranean, including portable sundials.

The Musée de Picardie in Amiens, France, is hosting a temporary exhibition on ”Le Temps des Romains: perception, mesure et instrument” that will run from 27 October 2012 until 24 March 2013. The exhibition will focus on time-keeping in antiquity, taking into account time measuring traditions and devices in the Mediterranean, including portable sundials.

A sculpture-sundial sits atop the Paranoids dunes near Nida, one of the spots on the Curonian Spit where you can see both the Curonian Lagoon and the Baltic Sea. Photo: Spud Hilton / The Chronicle / ONLINE_YES

A sculpture-sundial sits atop the Paranoids dunes near Nida, one of the spots on the Curonian Spit where you can see both the Curonian Lagoon and the Baltic Sea. Photo: Spud Hilton / The Chronicle / ONLINE_YES

At the Schuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany: Heavenly Bodies The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery 8/7/2016-30/10/2016 The myths surrounding precious metals are closely linked to our celestial bodies. In many early cultures and on all continents, the sun, moon and stars were considered to be divine signs in the sky that were revered as much as they were feared, being regarded both as preservers of happiness and prosperity and as harbingers of evil. Poets, composers, painters and artisans from…

At the Schuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany: Heavenly Bodies The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery 8/7/2016-30/10/2016 The myths surrounding precious metals are closely linked to our celestial bodies. In many early cultures and on all continents, the sun, moon and stars were considered to be divine signs in the sky that were revered as much as they were feared, being regarded both as preservers of happiness and prosperity and as harbingers of evil. Poets, composers, painters and artisans from…

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