Hemispherical sundial with a hole at the back

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Hemispherical sundial
with a hole at the back


Facing the North, a net of 11 hour lines (arranged at appropriately calculated distances) defines the 12 hours of the day with the help of a bright spot from the sunlight going through the little hole in the back.