Visualising Skyscapes book review
Issue: Vol 6 No. 1 (2020)
Journal: Journal of Skyscape Archaeology
Author: Susan Greaney
Chadburn, Amanda and Clive Ruggles. 2017. Stonehenge World Heritage Property, UK: IAU Extended Case study. International Astronomical Union’s Astronomy and World Heritage Working Group. Available at: https://www3.astronomicalheritage.net/index.php/show-entity?identity=49&idsubentity=1
Gaffney, Vince, Simon Fitch, Eleanor Ramsey, Ron Yorston, Eugene Ch’ng, Eamonn Baldwin, Richard Bates, Christopher Gaffney, Clive Ruggles, Tom Sparrow, Anneley McMillan, Dave Cowley, Shannon Fraser, Charles Murray, Hilary Murray, Emma Hopla and Andy Howard. 2013. “Time and a place: a luni-solar ‘time-reckoner’ from 8th millennium BC Scotland.” Internet Archaeology 34, https://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue34/gaffney_index.html
Henty, Liz. 2015. “An examination of the divide between archaeoastronomy and archaeology”. In Skyscapes: The Role and Importance of the Sky in Archaeology edited by Fabio Silva and Nicholas Campion, 20–31. Oxford: Oxbow.
Henty, Liz. 2016. “Skyscape archaeology: an emerging interdiscipline for archaeoastronomers and archaeologists.” Journal of Physics: Conference Series 685(1): 012003
Ruggles, Clive. 1999. Astronomy in Prehistoric Britain and Ireland. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Pauketat, Timothy. 2016. “A ray of theoretical sunshine.” Journal of Skyscape Archaeology 2(2): 251–4.
Silva, Fabio. 2015. “The role and importance of the sky in archaeology: an introduction.” In Skyscapes: The Role and Importance of the Sky in Archaeology edited by Fabio Silva and Nicholas Campion, 1–7. Oxford: Oxbow.
Silva, Fabio. and Liz Henty. 2015. “Editorial.” Journal of Skyscape Archaeology 1(1): 1–8.