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The Council Rocks site, located on a remote mountain in Northeastern Pennsylvania appears by all evidence to be a fully-intact, 4,000 year old archaeoastronomy site.
What the Hell Is an Archaeoastronomer? (And How to Become One)
These are the kinds of questions that the fledgling field of archaeoastronomy was made to answer. The field is a hodgepodge, interdisciplinary attempt to understand how ancient cultures interacted with the sky and space.
Moving on from Stonehenge: Researchers make the case for archaeoastronomy
Dr Daniel Brown of Nottingham Trent University, who presented updates on his work on the 4000-year-old Gardom's Edge in the UK's Peak District, which he believes to be astronomically aligned, said: "there's more to archaeoastronomy than Stonehenge.
Archaeoastronomy in Georgia
One of our newest doctoral programs is in Archaeoastronomy and Cultural Astronomy, the first in the world dedicated specifically to this area of research.

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