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Skywatchers: A Revised and Updated Version of Skywatchers of Ancient Mexico

Anthony F. Aveni - 2001 - 411 pages
Skywatchers of Ancient Mexico helped establish the field of archaeoastronomy, and it remains the standard introduction to this subject. Combining basic astronomy with ...
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Archaeoastronomy in the New World: American Primitive Astronomy ...

Anthony F. Aveni - 1982 - 219 pages
This volume summarises the proceedings of a conference which took place at the University of Oxford in September 1981.
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People and the Sky: Our Ancestors and the Cosmos

Anthony F. Aveni - 2008 - 252 pages
Explores the intimate relationship between historical civilizations and the cosmos, describing how people from ancient and pre-industrial times often relied on the skies for ...
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Foundations of new world cultural astronomy: a reader with commentary

Anthony F. Aveni - 2008 - 826 pages
Gazing into the black skies from the Anasazi observatory at Chimney Rock or the Castillo Pyramid in the Maya ruins of Chichen Itza, a modern visitor might wonder what ancient ...
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Uncommon Sense: Understanding Nature's Truths Across Time and Culture

Anthony F. Aveni - 2006 - 250 pages
Aveni explores the common and conflicting ways that ancient and contemporary societies have searched for literal truth about mysteries of the natural world from dinosaurs to ...
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Skywatchers of Ancient México

Anthony F. Aveni - 1980 - 355 pages
Combining as it does the romance of space with the mystery of the past, the study of pre-Columbian skywatchers of the New World has drawn increasing scientific and popular ...
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The Madrid Codex: New Approaches to Understanding an Ancient Maya Manuscript

Gabrielle Vail, Anthony F. Aveni - 2004 - 426 pages
This volume offers new calendrical models and methodologies for reading, dating, and interpreting the general significance of the Madrid Codex. The longest of the surviving ...
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