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Astronomical Symbols on Ancient Coins
Examines possible connections among astronomical events of the past and their representation on coins of Greece and Rome.
Astronomy of the Mayan culture
Dating of the eclipse table of the Dresden Codex and the correlation problem
A Quest for Creation Answers
Presented at this web site is a collection of articles and books that explore a creation origin of the Earth and Moon system (and more). The current compilation of online publications also includes an analysis of time cycles tracked and celebrated in the ancient Middle East.
This website, maintained by a French Astrophysicist named Karine GADRE, aims at spreading the latest results of research work into astro-egyptology or Ancient Egyptian Astronomy.
Astronomy and Antiquity of Vedic Culture
Vedic culture's antiquity can be - among other methods - confirmed by astronomy.
Carving the Cosmos
Astronomical analysis of petroglyphs on sandstone panels, Arizona.
Age of Aquarius
Organized to establish an Aquarian Age Congress, to adopt new calendars for the Aquarian Age; to adopt new star maps that will return us to our calendrical roots, put us back in step with the rhythm of the natural world, and initiate the Aquarian Age in the year 2000.
A review of prehispanic astronomic knowledge: numeration, calendars, dates, stelae, codices and architecture. Extensive bibliography
Culture and Cosmos
Bi-annual peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of the history of astrology and cultural astronomy. Back issues, abstracts and subscription information.
Astro-Archaeology at Stonehenge
Explores the theories of Gerald Hawkins and Sir Fred Hoyle who claim that stones are an eclipse predictor.
Oxford Conferences on Archaeoastronomy
Introduces the 'Oxford Conferences' which are held on a three-yearly basis. Contains more detailed information on Oxford V, held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
Archaeoastronomy, Astrology & Ancient Egypt
A consideration of the role of the Pyramids in a astronomical plan for Giza