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Author Taylor, Ken, 1959-

Title Celestial geometry : understanding the astronomical meanings of ancient sites / Ken Taylor.

Publication Info. London : Watkins Pub., 2012.


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Seneca PL Adult Non-Fiction - SEBB-3  520.9 TAYLOR    AVAILABLE
Description 240 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 26 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 235) and index.
Summary Since the dawn of civilization, humans have sought inspiration and guidance in the night sky. "Celestial Geometry" explores the remarkable achievements of ancient astronomers at over 60 archaeological sites, from European stone circles like Stonehenge to the pyramids of Egypt and Central America, the medicine wheels of North America, the carved monoliths of Easter Island, and lesser-known structures like the sun clock of Goseck. Combining myths and legends with modern science, this beautifully illustrated book is a profoundly illuminating celebration of human curiosity and creativity.
Subject Archaeoastronomy.
Landscape archaeology.
Megalithic monuments.
ISBN 9781780283869

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