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Gnomonica

Storia, Arte, Cultura e Tecniche degli Orologi Solari

Bollettino della Sezione Quadranti Solari dell'U.A.I., Supplemento alla rivista AstronomiA dell'U.A.I. -

Crediti: Unione Astrofili Italiani

 

Gnomonica n° 1

Gnomonica n° 2

Gnomonica n° 3

Gnomonica n° 4

Gnomonica n° 5

Gnomonica n° 6

Gnomonica n° 7

Gnomonica n° 8

Gnomonica n° 9

 

 

 

 IGB

International Gnomonic Bulletin

 

 

IGB n° 1

IGB n° 2

IGB n° 3

IGB n° 4

IGB n° 5

IGB n° 6

IGB n° 7

IGB n° 8

IGB n° 9

 

Web Gnomonices

La rivista gnomonica del web

 

WG n° 1

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Le riviste presentate in questa sezione sono state tutte ideate e realizzate dall'autore, Nicola Severino, dal 1998 al 2003. La storia della rivista Gnomonica puň essere letta sul sito principale www.nicolaseverino.it

ELENCO ARTICOLI

IGB01.pdf October 2003: N. Severino, Two medieval sundials from Italy and Greece; N. Severino, Important signs to discover another greek-roman sundial in Turkey; Fred Sawyer, Astro Compass Assistance requested...The U.S. Patent Office; G. Agnelli, cartoons, Charlot Diallist; Fer deVries, A sundial for blind children, Zeisth, Netherland; A. Gunella, A method to find the meridian line from ancient books of C. Clavio and another...; A. Suci, Did Moses make sundials; F. Pineau, Canonical sundials from France.
IGB02.pdf November 2003: Letters, R. Anselmi, Software: Astrolabium; R. Kriegler, A sundial of Theophilus W. Frese; A. Gunella, The meridian line translated; A. Gunella, Gnomonica Quiz; M. Valdés, The wall declination with CD method; N. Severino, Another nice "lemniscata" of father Angelo Secchi; N. Severino, A new roman sundial, discovered in Italy, not encloused in Gibbs and Severino books; A. Gaspani, Astronomy in the Celtic culture.
IGB03.pdf December 2003: R. Anselmi, Equivalent dials; Dennis Savoie, Passage au méridien et méridienne; M. Valdés, Emplazamiento de lor relojes canňnicos o de Misa en Espana; M. Valdés, Reloj Equatorial de Rorh; M. Valdés, En la primera moneda de los Estatos Unidos figura un reloj de sol.
IGB04.pdf December 2003: N. Severino, Archeognomonica, portable sundials from Mission San Sabŕ and Abbey River; R. Anselmi, Equivalent dials; A. Gunella, The search of extreme hours (english and italian text); G. Agnelli, Cartoons.
IGB05.pdf February 2004: Letters, N. Severino, Kircher sundial from Archivum Monacense Societate Jesus from Munchen; N. Severino, Sonnenuhren of Kaspar Schot from Organum Mathematicum 1668; N. Severino, Medieval Sundial from Lihou; N. Severino, Archeognomonics: more pocket sundials from archaeological excavations; N. Severino, Louisburg dials; Noel O'Neil, Monastic sundial from St. Cuimin's Church; Fred Sawyer, ZHOI and the Sawyer Dialing Prize.
IGB06.pdf February 2004: Miroslav Braz, Prague Sundial; Trail, Peter Daykin, Derbyshire sundials; N. Severino, Kratzer sundial in Iron Acton Court; G. Agnelli, cartoons.
IGB07.doc March 2004: G.S.J. White, An early renaissance stone polyhedral sundial found at Iron Acton Court, Nearl Bristol; Joy Sage, New Mass Dials found at Patrixbourne Church TR1855 in Kent; N. Severino, Internet curiosity; Giacomo Agnelli, Cartoons.
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April 2004: Malcolm Barnfield, Noon cannon sundial from South Africa; Bruce Robinson, Summer Solstice celebration: ancient and modern; King Siddorn, The inscription of sundial from St.Gregory's Minster, Kirkdale; T. Neil Davis, A sundial for Fairbanks (Alaska); The Agnelli Cartoons: Copernico and Galileo.
IGB08.doc

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IGB09.pdf

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May 2004: Alessandro Gunella, Oughtred; N. Severino, Sundials in the gardens, Castles, etc...