The Centre for the Study of Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at Bath Spa University, UK
Cesare Berrini's hypotheses concerning the relationships between bas-relief carvings on the Gateway of the Sun, the annual solar cycle, and geometric time measurement.
Founded in 1978 at the University of Maryland to advance research, education and public awareness of archaeoastronomy.
A project to build a stone circle aligned to the sunrises and sunsets of the solstices and equinoxes, as well as the north pole star, for use by the community as a tool for education and outreach.
This site makes extensive use of Quicktime to describe and demonstrate the workings of an Hohokam observatory.
Well developed site featuring articles and photographs on a number of significant sites and their Archaeoastronomy
Native American Astronomy, with a focus on Lakota star knowledge.
A detailed examination of M. Griaule's 1950 paper "Un Systeme Soudanais de Sirius" in terms of both ethnography and astronomy.
The earliest dioptra (c.300 BCE) was a device for measuring the angle, in parts of a "Sign", between two celestial objects. Photos and descriptions of how to make one and how they work.
Introduction to Irish megalithic complexes; includes future astronomical sight times.