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Vol 3, No 1 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Liz Henty , Fabio Silva 1-4

Research Articles

The Dual Alignments of the Solstitial Churches in North Wales PDF
Bernadette Brady 5-28
Evidence of Churches Aligned to the Sun on the Patron Saint’s Day in Southern Spain after the Twelfth Century PDF
José M Abril 29-48
Archaeological Footprints of the “Celtic Calendar”? PDF
Marco V. García Quintela , A. César Gonzalez-Garcia 49-78
An Investigation of the possible Equinox Alignment at Mnajdra, Malta PDF
Frank J Ventura , George Agius 79-92

Theory & Method

Inferring Alignments I: Exploring the Accuracy and Precision of Two Statistical Approaches PDF
Fabio Silva 93-111
Reflecting the Sky in Water: A Phenomenological Exploration of Water-skyscapes PDF
Ilaria Cristofaro 112-126

Reprints

Whose Equinox? PDF
Clive L. N. Ruggles 127-131
Postscript: Still Our Equinox? PDF
Clive L. N. Ruggles 132-135

Reviews

Conferences

“The Astronomy in Skyscapes – Archaeoastronomy beyond Alignments”. Full day session at the National Astronomy Meeting, University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), 27th June–1st July, 2016 PDF
Frank Prendergast 136-141
“The Marriage of Astronomy and Culture: Theory and Method in the Study of Cultural Astronomy”. The 24th Conference of the European Society for Astronomy in Culture, Bath, UK, 12th–16th September, 2016 PDF
A. César Gonzalez-Garcia 142-146
“Visualising Skyscapes: Material Forms of Cultural Engagement with the Heavens”. Full day session at the 38th Annual Conference of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, TAG 2016, Southampton (United Kingdom), 19th–21st December, 2016 PDF
Daniel Brown 147-152

Book Reviews

Giulio Magli, Archaeoastronomy: Introduction to the Science of Stars and Stones Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2016. Paperback, 260 pages, colour illustrations. ISBN: 978-3319228815. £26.99 PDF
Javier Mejuto 153-155
Richard Bradley and Courtney Nimura, editors, The Use and Reuse of Stone Circles: Fieldwork at Five Scottish Monuments and its Implications Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2016. Paperback 168pp, b/w and colour illustrations. ISBN 9781785702433. £39.95. PDF
Liz Henty 156-161
David Field and David McOmish, Neolithic Horizons. Monuments and Changing Communities in the Wessex Landscape Oxford: Fonthill Media, 2016. Paperback, 192pp. b/w and colour illustrations. ISBN-13 978-1781552995. £18.99 PDF
Pamela Armstrong 162-163

Notices

Forthcoming Conferences PDF
The Editors 164
Recently Published Books PDF
The Editors 165-166
Software Notes: Stellarium V0.16.0 PDF
Georg Zotti , Alexander Wolf 167-169

Online Supplement

Supplementary Data for Evidence of Churches Aligned to the Sun on the Patron Saint’s Day in Southern Spain after the Twelfth Century PDF
José M. Abril S1–S11
Supplementary Data for The Dual Alignments of the Solstitial Churches in North Wales PDF
Bernadette Brady S1–S5
Supporting Information for Inferring Alignments I: Exploring the Accuracy and Precision of Two Statistical Approaches PDF
Fabio Silva S1–S10



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