Classical Quarterly 29 (01):203- (1979)

In her Greek and Roman Sundials , Sharon Gibbs discusses with success the identification of the archaeological finds of ancient sundials with the description of the types given briefly by Vitruvius . There is, however, an important piece of evidence from another ancient literary source which, though it does not alter her conclusions, ought to be added and clarified
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