Sundials of Guadalajara

In the long excursions through the lands of Guadalajara looking for sundials, the oldest that have been detected correspond to those traced by the settlers who came from the Christian kingdoms of northern Spain. The first sundials and the most abundant of those detected in Guadalajara belong to the 12th and 13th centuries, of which there are very interesting specimens. Those of Viana de Mondejar, Villaverde del Ducado, Trillo **Nuestra Señora del Campo**, Molina de Aragón ** Santa Clara**, Alcocer and Henche are worth mentioning. EXHAUSTED


Presentation: 9

Foreword by the president of the Association of Friends of Sundials: 11

Introduction: 15

Guadalajara sundials: 17

Before you start: 23

Primitive clocks: mass and canonical: 27

Catalogue: 35

The Countryside: 37

La Alcarria: 55

The Serranías: 153

The Manor of Molina: 267

Missing sundials: 325

Summary table: 343

Bibliography: 349

Number of pages351
AuthorJavier Martin-Artajo G.; Jacinto del Buey Pérez
PublicationGuadalajara Provincial Council, Culture Service. 2003
Dimensions23 x 16.5cm

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