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Author: D. C. Heggie
Publication Year: 17/12/2009 Subject: General & Reference
Format: Paperback Subject 2: Astronomy, Space & Time
Language: English ISBN: 9780521125307

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This volume summarises the proceedings of a conference which took place at the University of Oxford in September 1981.

Key Features
Author(s)D. C. Heggie
PublisherCambridge University Press
Date of Publication17/12/2009
GenreAstronomy, Space & Time

Publication Data
Place of PublicationCambridge
Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
ImprintCambridge University Press
Content Noteblack & white illustrations

Weight400 g
Width152 mm
Height229 mm
Spine16 mm

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Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)

Table Of ContentsPreface; List of contributors; Part I. Invited Papers: 1. Megalithic astronomy: highlights and problems D. C. Heggie; 2. Archaeology and astronomy: an archaeological view J. N. G. Ritchie; 3. The statistical approach P. R. Freeman; 4. Statistical and philosophical arguments for the astronomical significance of standing stones with a section on the solar calendar A. and A. S. Thom; 5. Megalithic astronomical sightlines: current reassessment and future directions C. L. N. Ruggles; 6. Aspects of the archaeoastronomy of Stonehenge R. J. C. Atkinson; 7. Implications for archaeology E. W. MacKie; 8. Pi in the sky H. A. W. Burl; Part II. Contributed Papers: 9. A survey of the Barbrook stone circles and their claimed astronomical alignments R. P. Norris, P. N. Appleton and R. W. Few; 10. Observations at Kintraw T. McCreery, A. J. Hastie and T. Moulds; 11. Decoding the Callandish complex - a progress report M. R. and G. H. Ponting; 12. Astronomy and stone alignments in S. W. Ireland A. Lynch; 13. Stone rings of Northern Poland R. M. Sadowski, M. S. Ziokowski and K. Piasecki; 14. Astronomical orientation of Neolithic sites in Central Europe W. Schlosser and J. Cierny; 15. Stone circle geometries: an information theory approach J. D. Patrick and C. S. Wallace; Part III. Invited Paper: 16. The present position of archaeoastronomy C. Pedersen; Index.

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