Echoes of the ancient skies: the astronomy of lost civilizations
Popular, authoritative look at the world of archaeoastronomy, the study of ancient peoples' observation of the skies and its role in their cultural evolution. 208 illustrations.
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The Lights We See
The Skies We Watch
The Gods We Worship
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ancient archaeologist associated astronomical astronomical alignments Aveni axis Aztec Big Dipper burial cairn calendar cardinal directions celestial objects celestial pole ceques ceremonies Chichen Itza Chinese circle circular cosmic order cosmology cosmos Coyolxauhqui Cuzco cycle death Desana disk Dynasty E. C. Krupp earth east Egyptian equinox feet four glyph gods Griffith Observatory heaven horizon huacas Huitzilopochtli Inca Indians intercardinal Kintraw kiva Krupp light lunar marked Marshack Maya measure Medicine Wheel megalithic Mexico month monuments moon moon's Mound myth Newgrange night observations oriented Orion Osiris passage pattern pecked crosses planets Pleiades prehistoric priests Pueblo pyramid realm ring rising ritual Robin Rector Krupp sacred Sapa Inca seasons sense shaman shrines Sirius solar solstice sunset space stars stone Stonehenge structure summer solstice sun's sunlight symbols temple Tenochtitlan Teotihuacan Thom tomb tradition universe Venus wall Warao window winter solstice zenith