This page gives a comprehensive list of links to sundial related
pages in the WWW. Usually new links are added on top.
Keywords: sundial (English), Sonwyser (Afrikaans), sa'a shamsiyya (Arabian1), Eguzki-erloju (Basque), slanchev chasovnik (Bulgarian2), rellotge de sol (Catalan), ri gui (Chinese3), slunecní hodiny (Czech), solur (Danish), zonnewijzer (Dutch), Sunhorlogho (Esperanto4), päikesekell (Estonian), aurinkokello (Finnish), cadran solaire / gnomon (French), Sonnenuhr (German), Heliako roloi / Heliako oroloio (Greek, modern5), dhupghadi (Hindi), napóra (Hungarian), Meridian (Indonesian), orologio solare / meridiana (Italian), hidokei (Japanese6), haesigye (Korean7), Eura da Suredl (Ladin), saules pulkstenis (Latvian), saulės laikrodis (Lithuanian), jam matahari (Malaysian), solskive / solur (Norwegian), sA'ate AftAbiy / sA'ate churschiydiy (Persian), zegar sloneczny (Polish), relógio de sol / quadrante solar (Portuguese), Sulagl (Rhaeto-Romanic), Cadran solar (Romanian), solnecnye casy (Russian), reloj de sol / cuadrante solar (Spanish), solur / solvisare (Swedish), suriya kadiharam (Tamil), günes saati (Turkish), suncani (Yugoslavian).NEW: Sundial books
1 Graphics by Peter Herkenrath (Cologne)
2 Graphics by Todor Todorov
3 Graphics by K P Cheung (Hong Kong University), please also visit his page.
4 Graphics by Yvon Massé (Pontoise)
5 Graphics by Angelo Valtzis (Cologne)
6 Graphics scanned from the cover of Vol. 1, No. 1 of the Journal of the Japan Sundial Society
7 Graphics by D H Kim (Seoul)
Thanks to all the contributors for the links (especially to Steven Woodbury, Frederick W. Sawyer III, and Bill Thayer for their continuing submissions)!
If you know of other interesting links to pages in the WWW concerning sundials, please send a mail to email@example.com (Daniel Roth). Then I can include it here.