A rich repository of factual information--maps, sketches, and various numerical tables--that reflect in particular the author's own fieldwork. Remarkably, this book will be comprehensible to a broad audience, not just specialists. . . . A splendid treatise that is not destined to get dusty on bookshelves.
For decades debates have boiled among archaeologists and astronomers over the idea that prehistoric stone monuments in Britain deliberately incorporate astronomical alignments. In this book Clive Ruggles is the first to approach the subject from the perspectives of both disciplines. He analyzes the history and lessons of previous debates, the most current research, and new agendas for future research
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