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  • Traditions of the Sun [pick] [read review]
    Explores how anicent observatories in the northern Yucatan peninsula and Chaco Culture National Historical Park interact with the Sun.
  • Aeon: A Journal Of Myth & Science
    A journal of myth, science, and ancient history specializing in archaeoastronomy and comparative mythology.
  • Astronomy Sites in Asuka
    Information about astronomy among ancient tombs and relics in Asuka, Japan. Includes pictures and descriptions of the Takamatsu Zuka Kofun burial tomb.
  • Archaeoastronomy: The Journal of Astronomy in Culture
    The official journal of The Center for Archaeoastronomy and ISAAC (the International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture) published by University of Texas Press
  • Cloudbait Observatory Archaeoastronomy
    Offers an introduction to British, Aztec, Egyptian, Native American, Indian, and Mayan systems of archaeoastronomy.
  • Archaeoastronomy in the American Southwest
    Depicting documented calendar systems noting knowledge of celestial patterns along migratory and trade routes throughout the American Southwest.
  • VCSU's Medicine Wheel
    Native American solar calendar made of rocks and boulders.
  • Ancient Egyptians and the Constellations
    Take a look at ancient relics detailing how Ancient Egyptians mapped constellations, discovered precession, and invented hieroglyphs.
  • ArchaeoAstronomy
    Read an hosted interview with David S. P. Dearborn, a astrophysicist and founding member of ISAAC (International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture).
  • Archaeoastronomy in Denmark
    Providing examples and photos of prehistoric constructions in Denmark that seemingly point in archaeoastronomic directions.
  • Archaeo-Astronomical Hypotheses on Some Ligurian Engravings
    Offering an archaeoastronomic hypothesis developed from examining some of the engravings which are oriented towards the four cardinal points.
  • Archaeoastronomy Pages
    Collection of archaeoastronomy research papers by James Q. Jacobs. Includes a tool used to calculate temporally variable astronomic constants, photo galleries, and source information.
  • Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences
    Discusses palaeoastronomy and archaeoastronomy studies all over the world.
  • BBC: The Material World
    Archived episode of the BBC Radio 4 program discussing archaeoastronomy, celestrial lore, and mythologies of ancient cultures. Host Quentin Cooper interviews Clive Ruggles, a Professor of Archaeoastronomy from Leicester University and Dr. Frank Prendergast, an archaeoastronomer at the Dublin Institute of Technology.
  • International Institute of Astroarchaeology
    Researching and promoting the astronomical, anthropological, and artistic aspects of worldwide archeological monuments in relation to the principles of astroarchaeology.
  • University of Maryland, College Park - Center for Archaeoastronomy
    Dedicated to advancing research, education, and public awareness of archaeoastronomy. Includes online materials for ISAAC (the International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture).
  • Archaeoastronomy: An Introductory Field Guide
    Takes a look at the field of study dedicated to examining humanity's historic understanding and interpretation of the cosmos.

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