Wednesday, July 24, 2013

A New & Extended Case for Lunar (& Solar) Astronomy at the Newark Earthworks


 New & Extended Case for Lunar (& Solar)
Astronomy at the Newark Earthworks

Ray Hively and Robert Horn, the archaeoastronomers who first made the case that the Newark Earthworks encoded the principal alignments of the 18.6-year long lunar cycle in its geometrical architecture are back with an extended argument for lunar, and now solar, astronomical alignments at the Newark Earthworks.

Their new paper appears in the just published Spring 2013 issue of the Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology. 
For more information Brad Lepper of the Ohio Archaeology Blog has written a posting here.
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