|Theodosius of Bithynia's Sundial|
|Effects||Time related abilities|
|Source||Theodsius of Bithynia|
|Activation||Spinning the cog like sundial|
This ancient sundial was created by the Greek astronomer, Theodosius of Bithynia. Theodosius was the first to invent a sun dial that could keep time no matter where that person may be on Earth.
Time related. If used along with Karl Schwarzschild's Pocket Watch, Pierre-Simon Laplace's Telescope and H.G. Wells' Time Machine, it allows a person to travel through time. When active, the dial turns like a cog and lights up with energy trailing upwards towards an object.
This artifact is housed in Warehouse 13 and was used by Paracelsus to travel through time to June 10th 1541.