DOUBLE ANALEMMATIC DIALS
In these dials, one stands on the appropriate point on a month scale and one's shadow falls on a hour point. These points are on a an ellipse, which is the projection of the equatorial circle onto the ground. By splitting the ellipse into morning and afternoon and giving each half a separate month scale, it possible to make a mean time dial.
In Australia, there are a number of single analemmatic dials (or, as they called there, "dials of human involvement"). Here the normally straight month-marker line is replace by an analemma with the months marked along it. This method makes attractive dials - but theoretically they do not give mean time.
MOVING STYLE EQUIANGULAR DIALS