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  1. Archaeoastronomy is the study of ancient or traditional astronomies in their cultural context, utilizing archaeological and anthropological evidence.
  2. Archaeoastronomy is the anthropology of astronomy, to distinguish it from the history of astronomy. (Web site)
  3. Archaeoastronomy is a synthesis of 2 words - archaeology and astronomy.
  4. Archaeoastronomy is a discipline pioneered at Stonehenge and other megalithic sites in Britain and France. (Web site)
  5. Because Archaeoastronomy is an interdisciplinary field, whatever is being investigated should make sense both archaeologically and astronomically.

Case Studies

  1. Archaeoastronomy - A comprehensive introduction to archaeoastronomy including a look at various people groups and case studies of sites.


  1. ISAAC - International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture - Contact details for this international academic society.

Background Information

  1. Includes background information on archaeoastronomy and a listing of monuments which can be visited. (Web site)


  1. For further information, see Archaeoastronomy and Stonehenge. (Web site)


  1. Alun Salt's Clioaudio ranges freely across the discipline, but often returns to his interest in archaeology and archaeoastronomy. (Web site)

Ancient Astronomy

  1. Ancient Astronomy - An interactive atlas of the world links to the archaeoastronomy and multicultural cosmology of ancient times.


  1. Intijalsu (Archaeoastronomy) Intijalsu is the name of a group of Chilean amateur Archaeoastronomers (study of astronomy in ancient civilizations).
  2. All three major international scholarly associations relate archaeoastronomy to the study of culture, using the term Astronomy in Culture or a translation. (Web site)


  1. Another branch, archaeoastronomy, is not as well known as archaeology, but deals with the study of ancient or traditional astronomies in cultural context.
  2. Archaeoastronomy: the study of ancient or traditional astronomies in their cultural context, utilising archaeological and anthropological evidence. (Web site)


  1. Cultural Context
  2. Ancient Times > Ancient Astronomy
  3. Interdisciplinary Field
  4. Anthropological
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History > Archaeology
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