the branch of archaeology that deals with the apparent use by prehistoric civilizations of astronomical techniques to establish the seasons or the cycle of the year, especially as evidenced in the construction of megaliths and other ritual structures.
Archaeoastronomy (also spelled archeoastronomy) is the study of how people in
the past "have understood the phenomena in the sky, how they used these ...
Overview of archaeoastronomy. Includes maps, almanacs and video archive.
Founded in 1978 at the University of Maryland to advance research, education
and public awareness of archaeoastronomy.
is the the study of ancient methods and reasons for studying the stars and planets, including but not limited to tracking the solar and lunar years. Ancient observatories and rock art are often the focus of this study. People who make care... More »
A Brief Introduction to Archaeoastronomy. The study of the astronomical practices
, celestial lore, mythologies, religions and world-views of all ancient cultures we ...
The journal produced by the Center for Archaeoastronomy on an annual basis.
Published by University of Texas Press.
The tenth “Oxford” International Symposium on Archaeoastronomy took place in
Cape Town, South Africa, on July 14–18, 2014. The conference theme was ...
Archaeoastronomy: (Prehistoric Astronomers). For a long time now the scientific
establishment has shown a resistance and even disregard to the idea of ...
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