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Sun dials and roses of yesterday : garden delights which are here displayed in very truth and are moreover regarded as emblems

Author: Alice Morse Earle
Publisher: New York : Macmillan Co., 1902.
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Earle, Alice Morse, 1851-1911.
Sun dials and roses of yesterday.
New York : Macmillan Co., 1902
(OCoLC)656649170
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Morse Earle
OCLC Number: 938250
Notes: Includes index.
Title within green ornamental border.
"The Rosicrucians": p. 366-389.
Description: xxiii, 461 pages : illustrations, plates ; 20 cm
Contents: The charm and sentiment of sun-dials. --
Noon-marks, spot-dials, window-dials. --
Classification of sun-dials. --
The construction of sun-dials. --
Ingeniose diallers. --
Portable dials. --
The sun-dial as an emblem. --
Symbolic designs for sun-dials. --
Pedestals and gnomons. --
The setting of sun-dials. --
Sun-dial mottoes. --
The sun-dial as a memorial. --
Pliny saieth: concerning roses and garlands. --
Rosa solis, rose plate, and rosee. --
The emblem of the rose in English history. --
Our grandmothers' roses. --
The Rosicrucians. --
The sun-dial of Ahaz. --
Rural saints and prophets. --
A story of four dials.
Responsibility: Alice Morse Earle.

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