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  • Astronomy and Ceremony in the Prehistoric Southwest: Revisited.  Collaborations in Cultural Astronomy

Anthropological Papers No. 9, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico

Authors:  Gregory E. Munson, Todd W. Boswick, and Tony Hull

Date: 2014

Description: This collection of papers is a follow-up to Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Anthropological Papers No. 2, published in 1983.  Individual chapters explore sites of archaeoastronomical significance in the Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde regions, as well as the Verde Valley.  Also included are chapters on the history and development of archaeoastronomy, Navajo cultural astronomy, archaeoastronomical methodology, and Mesoamerican-Southwest links.  (163 pages plus illustrations and front matter)

Astronomy and Ceremony in the Prehistoric Southwest: Revisited. Collaborations in Cultural Astronomy

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