Mediterranean sundials

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

Sundial Project | Mediterranean CeramicsMediterranean Ceramics

interior walls in blue | ... style guest house mediterranean style interior interior design ideas

interior walls in blue | ... style guest house mediterranean style interior interior design ideas

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Sundial as focal point or sundial tucked among the flowers?  Can't decide.  More than one garden, so how about more than one sundial?

Sundial as focal point or sundial tucked among the flowers? Can't decide. More than one garden, so how about more than one sundial?

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Herb Garden. Sundial on chamomile circle. Edged in box, teucrium or origanum, beds of herbs - mint, lavender, fennel, catmint, rosemary, marigold and rue. Gravel paths - Coton Manor

Herb Garden. Sundial on chamomile circle. Edged in box, teucrium or origanum, beds of herbs - mint, lavender, fennel, catmint, rosemary, marigold and rue. Gravel paths - Coton Manor

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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.

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