One Of The World's Oldest Ancient Egyptian Sundials Discovered! - MessageToEagle.com | Ancient Egypt and Nubia | Scoop.it

The sun dial was found in an area of stone huts that were used in the 13th century BC to house the men working at the construction of the graves.

The sundial was possibly used to measure their work hours. However, the division of the sun path into hours also played a crucial role in the so-called netherworld guides that were drawn onto the walls of the royal tombs.