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Definition word count : 37 -- Definition Id : 136 -- Definition active date : 2010-08-04 -- Definition views : 2245

Category : Archaeoastronomy
Plural form : N/A

Archaeoastronomy is the study of ancient civilizations" knowledge of astronomy as evidenced by their surviving architectural ruins and artifacts. The best known examples are Stonehenge, and the pyramids built by the Egyptian, Hindu, Mayan, and Aztec civilizations.



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