This sundial, dated 1 823, bears the motto of Louis XIV "Nec pluribus Impar" (no one is above me).
Sundials of great simplicity
The sundials that adorn the facades of the houses of the
Verdon have long been useful to everyday life,
before the clockwork spread. These dials painted in
lime or engraved in stone or mortar do not contain
not always a currency. Unlike alpine dials
or transalpine, their decoration is often limited to the frame or the calligraphy.
This sundial is located on a facade built in a limestone structure that has been left visible. The sundial was made on a...