Astro-Archaeology & Archaeoastronomy News Archive 2019

New Astro-Archaeology & Archaeoastronomy Discoveries made in 2019 will appear below
as we encounter them …

“Ancient Middle Eastern astrologers recorded the oldest-known evidence of aurorae”

October 18 2019, Astronomy Magazine, USA

“Astronomers have watched sunspots come and go on the sun’s surface for at least 400 years.

But to learn about the history of the sun’s activity before the time of telescopes, they have to turn to historical references to phenomena linked to solar activity, like the northern lights.

Now, a team of scientists have discovered what may be the oldest written records of aurorae to date.

These three Assyrian and Babylonian cuneiform tablets from about 680 to 650 B.C. seem to refer to aurorae lighting up the skies.

Chemical analysis of tree rings also show that there was likely a spike in solar activity around that time.

This extends the known time span of aurora records to about 2,700 years, as the team reported earlier this month in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.”

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[Well done Astronomy Magazine for bringing this important discovery about the competance of ancient astronomers to a much wider audience worldwide!

It seems, yet again, that the more theses ancient cunieform records are studied the more it can be seen that in ancient times skywatchers were far more capable of observing and accurately recording events in those ancient skies than has previously been acknowledged.

It’s well worth a visit to read the full story and see the diagrams of the cunieform tablets – Ed]

“Prehistoric art on TS megaliths depict constellations: Study”

July 01 2019, The New Indian Express, India

“The entire Deccan Plateau that consists of a major part of Telangana including Hyderabad is dotted by numerous megalithic sites, etched with prehistoric art.

However, till the long time, the significance of these etchings were not known to the people, but a recent research published in the TRC School of Telangana Studies has found that the prehistoric art that is found on one of these historic structure in Mudumal and at Gachbiowli depict constellations such as Ursa Major, Gemini, Orion, and others.

The research titled, Stars and Stones: The Interpretation of Megalithic Cup-Marks from South India, by K P Rao talks about the knowledge of astronomy in the megalithic community.

While talking about the cup marks at Mudumal, Rao noted that these cup marks depicted a formation, which closely resembled to a constellation called Ursa Major.”

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[Another interesting archaeological discovery in India reported by New Indian Express. The megalithic culture in India has much in common with that in other areas around the world – an understanding of astronomy only recently acknowledged. It’s well worth a visit to read the full story – Ed]

“Chile petroglyphs point to 1700-year-old star-gazing site”

February 28 2019, Cosmos, Australia

“The astronomers at the European Southern Observatory might not have been the first to stand on the spot and look upwards.

The complex astronomical measurements that underpinned many aspects of the Inca civilisation may have an ancient forerunner of 10 centuries earlier and 2000 kilometres distant, a prominent archeoastronomer suggests.

Steven Gullberg, of the University of Oklahoma, US, and chair of the International Astronomical Union Working Group for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture, is the latest scientist to comment on the origin and purpose of some mysterious stones and engravings, known as petroglyphs, at a site known as La Silla, in Chile.

The complex designs etched in rock, together with a set of standing stones, were first studied in depth by researchers in 2012.

It was suggested that the artefacts were set up to mark the positions of two very brilliant stars, Canopus and Hadar, and were the work of the El Molle, a pre-Columbian culture that occupied the region for five centuries from about 300 CE.”

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[Nice One Cosmos! This is a very interesting story about the astronomical achievements of ancient peoples in South America, who seems to have been very knowledgeable about the cosmos, and who accurately measured and recorded in stone the heliacal risings of two stars that were of significance to that culture.

Well worth a visit to read the full story and see the image of one of the carved stones – Ed]

“Origin Of 4 Kashmir Lakes”

January 25 2019, Kashmir Observer, India

“Archaeoastronomy is the study of how people in the past have understood the phenomena in the sky, how they used these phenomena and what role the sky played in their cultures.

In Kashmir such examples abound at various archaeological sites, geographically distributed from north to south.

In 2019 if you look at the sky and observe two moons or what is called on scientific parlance as Supernova you will certainly like to share the picture or video with friends on social media.

Likewise this phenomenon has puzzled people from the time immemorial and they have been recording it in different forms.

Similarly the earth has witnessed various meteorite showers through the course of history. Scientists say this is what happened back in 3600BC.

Petroglyph discovered in Burzhom is believed to be that oldest sky chart drawn which was made on a stone slab.

The rock art depicts the two bright objects in the sky with shapes of humans and animals.

In Bomai, Sopore such rock engravings represent the meteorite shower which experts believe has occurred some 40000 to 6000 years back.”

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[An excellent story from the Kashmir Observer! That meteoritic impacts can create lakes is well known from other areas around the world, and this is a great example of this in India.

The interpretation of the symbols carved into stone petroglyphs is insightful, and other archaeologists should take note – ancient peoples were very capable observers of temporary celestial phenomena such as meteorite showers, and more than capable of recording those observations in stone.

It really is well worth avisit to the site to read the full story – Ed]

“Nazca Revelation: How ancient Incas used astronomical knowledge in major breakthrough”

January 17 2019, Daily Express Online, UK

“Astronomical knowledge was used by the Incas to identify solstices, seasonal changes, and the best time for sowing and harvesting, resulting in the ancient civilisation becoming the largest empire in the western hemisphere.

The Inca civilisation in Peru placed great importance on astronomy.

They were the only culture in the world to define constellations of both light and darkness.

The Incas not only identified constellations and individual stars, but they also assigned each a purpose.

They believed that everything in and around our world was connected.

It has long been known that astronomy played a central role in the culture, religion, and daily lives of the Inca, who used astronomical events to govern ceremonial occasions and for planning agricultural activities.

Cusco for example lies on a radial plan, mimicking the sky and pointing to specific astronomical events on the horizon.”

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[Well Done Daily Express Online for this excellent article! Written succinctly by Matthew Kirkham, a journalist who seems to know what he’s talking about regarding advanced knowledge of astronomincal reality in ancient societies, it is a most welcome addition to the body of knowledge about such matters that has developed over the past few decades.

Sadly, the ‘Great European Reconnaissance’ of the world starting 500 or so years ago, seems now to have deliberately set about trashing all the ancient societies they encountered in their global pillaging rampage, with a main focus on destroying all evidence of their advanced knowledge of the natural world – a world which did not end at the horizon, but which continued on out into the cosmos and was the perspective of all ancient societies.

This article is an excellent place to start in any new understanding that our own interpretation of ancient celestial events needs to be as much urgently reviewed as does the standard archaeological paradigm of the abilities of ancient peoples to accurately record them.

We highly recommend a visit to read the full story, but the page also has several links to ‘ancient aliens’ conspiracy nonsense, theories that are themselves designed to belittle the amazing astronomical knowledge and achievements of ancient peoples in order to perpetuate the racist Euro-centric narrative that has dominated since the global rampage itself. So be aware…. – Ed]


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Astro-Archaeology & Archaeoastronomy Discoveries that were

made in 2018 are listed below …

“Prehistoric Cave Paintings Show That Ancient People Had Pretty Advanced Knowledge of Astronomy”

November 30 2018, Universe Today, USA

“For some time, scholars believed that an understanding of complex astronomical phenomena (like the precession of the equinoxes) did not predate the ancient Greeks.

However, researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh and Kent recently revealed findings that show how ancient cave paintings that date back to 40,000 years ago may in fact be astronomical calendars that monitored the equinoxes and kept track of major events.

The study team included Martin B. Sweatman (an associate professor at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Engineering) and Alistair Coombs – a researcher and PhD candidate with the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Kent.

Together, Sweatman and Coombs studied the details of Paleolithic and Neolithic art featuring animal symbols at sites located in Turkey, Spain, France and Germany.

What they found was that all of these sites used the same method of date-keeping, even though the artwork was created by people living tens of thousands of kilometers and years apart.

According to the team’s analysis, the cave paintings were not simply depictions of wild animals (as previously thought) but instead represented star constellations in the night sky.

These paintings were apparently used to represent dates and mark major astronomical events like comet strikes.

In this sense, they demonstrate that ancient humans kept track of time by monitoring the precession of the equinoxes.”

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[A really brilliant story in Universe Today!! The more we discover about the abilities of ancient peoples to accurately observe and record live-sky events many millennia ago, the more we begin to understand that temporary celestial phenomena, events such as comet and asteroid strikes, are the likeliest of celestial encounters they would have recorded.

That such events were catastrophic goes almost without saying, but there is strong resistance by archaeologists and prehistorians to the very idea that these ancient peoples were as intellectually capable as we are today – and probably moreso.

This study shows that our interpretation of ancient celestial events needs to be as much urgently reviewed as the standard paradigm of the abilities of ancient peoples. to accurately record them.

You can find the original study by Sweatman and Coombs referred to

, and is essential reading for those wanting a more accurate view of prehistoric peoples abilities to observe and record events they witnessed in the ancient skies.

It’s well worth a visit to read the full story, and do read the original study as well – Ed]

“Ancient Egyptians Were Aware Of The Variability Of The Algol Triple Star System Thousands Of Years Ago”

November 13 2018, Inquisitr, USA

“Researchers have determined that ancient Egyptians were well aware of the variability of the Algol triple star system thousands of years before modern astronomers after studying the Cairo Calendar, which documents this star system’s brightness.

As reports, the Cairo Calendar has also been called the Calendar of Lucky or Unlucky Days and was determined to have been written between the years 1244 and 1163 BC.

This special calendar would have allowed Egyptians to learn what days were either favourable or unfavourable for them by assigning particular days, and even certain times during these days, as either good days or bad days.

But besides allowing ancient Egyptians the opportunity to decide whether certain days would be good or not, the Cairo Calendar was also found to have had an astronomical function, which included ascertaining the changing brightness of Algol.”

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[An excellent story from Inquisitr! The more we discover about the abilities of ancient peoples in general, and the ancient Egyptians in particular. to accurately observe and record live-sky events many millennia ago, the more we begin to understand that mainstream archaeology has concocted a very inadequste picture of the ancient peoples of Africa. It’s well worth a visit to read the full story and see the images and video – Ed]

“Ancient lake holds secrets to Mayan civilisation’s mysterious collapse: study”

August 03 2018, Stuff, New Zealand

“The sediment under a lake in Mexico contains some of the long-sought answers to the mystery of the Mayans’ demise.

Ancient Mayans, primarily concentrated in what is now Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, were among the most advanced civilisations of their time.

Mayans were some of the first to build cities.

They used astronomy to advance agricultural production, and they created calendars and used advanced mathematics.

But despite all of their progress, the Mayan empire, built over thousands of years, may have crumbled in just a few hundred.”

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[A really great story from Stuff! Why such a great ancient civilisation went into decline and crashed so quickly is the subject of great controversy and debate. It’s well worth a visit to read the full story and see the many images, diagrams and video – Ed]

“From the pyramids to Stonehenge

were prehistoric people astronomers?”

March 20 2018, Heritage Daily, UK

“Ever since humans could look up to see the sky, we have been amazed by its beauty and untold mysteries. Naturally then, astronomy is often described as the oldest of the sciences, inspiring people for thousands of years.

Celestial phenomena are featured in prehistoric cave paintings.

And monuments such as the Great Pyramids of Giza and Stonehenge seem to be aligned with precision to cardinal points or the positions where the moon, sun or stars rise and set on the horizon.

Today, we seem to struggle to imagine how ancient people could build and orient such structures. This has led to many assumptions.

Some suggest prehistoric people must have had some knowledge of mathematics and sciences to do this, whereas others go so far as to speculate that alien visitors showed them how to do it.

But what do we actually know about how people of the past understood the sky and developed a cosmology?”

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[A really fascinating article from Heritage Daily! One of the main focal points of The Morien Institute research has been the obvious fascination ancient peoples worldwide had with events observed in the skies, and this article is a welcome addition to the growing corpus of research about ancient astronomy as reflected in all aspects of the monuments they left behind.

So to answer the question in the title – ‘were prehistoric people astronomers?’ – YES it’s very obvious that they were, and they certainly didn’t need any ancient aliens to help them.

In fact, ancient African peoples were far more intelligent and capable not only of recording accurate observations of celestial events than they have ever been given credit for by the authors of the Euro-centric version of prehistory that has been taught in schools, colleges and universities over the past 200+ years, but also of recording those observations in accurately positioned megalithic monuments on almost every continent.

In fact, it is becoming blatantly obvious that ‘Out of Africa’ came the science of the ancient world, which they spread to amlost every corner of it. It’s well worth a visit to read the full story and follow many of the expertly selected relevant links – Ed]

“Secret to Great Pyramid’s Near-Perfect Alignment

Possibly Found”

February 19 2018, Live Science, USA

“Though it’s slightly lopsided, the towering Great Pyramid of Giza is an ancient feat of engineering, and now an archaeologist has figured out how the Egyptians may have aligned the monument almost perfectly along the cardinal points, north-south-east-west – they may have used the fall equinox.

The fall equinox occurs halfway between the summer and winter solstices, when Earth’s tilt is such that the length of the day and night are almost the same.

About 4,500 years ago, Egyptian pharaoh Khufu had the Great Pyramid of Giza constructed; it is the largest of the three pyramids – now standing about 455 feet (138 meters) tall – on the Giza Plateau and was considered a ‘wonder of the world’ by ancient writers.

Turns out, the pyramid builders somehow designed this ancient wonder with extreme precision.

‘The builders of the Great Pyramid of Khufu aligned the great monument to the cardinal points with an accuracy of better than four minutes of arc, or one-fifteenth of one degree’, Glen Dash, an engineer who studies the Giza pyramids, wrote in a paper published recently in The Journal of Ancient Egyptian Architecture.”

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[An interesting story, but the use of sticks and stone gnonoms to determine solar positions has been known about for some time. They also used distance hills and mountain peaks to determine the exact times and days of the equinoxes and solstices as viewed from appropriate backsites. It’s worth a visit to read the full story and see the diagram – Ed]

“Two suns? No, it’s a supernova drawn 6,000 years ago

say scientists”

January 10 2018, The Guardian, UK

“For decades, stone carvings unearthed in the Himalayan territory of Kashmir were thought to depict a hunting scene.

But the presence of two celestial objects in the drawings has piqued the interest of a group of Indian astronomers.

According to a study published in the Indian Journal of History of Science, the Kashmir rock drawings may be the oldest depiction of a supernova, the final explosion of a dying star, ever discovered.

Archaeologists found the carvings nearly half a century ago in Kashmir’s Burzahama site, where the oldest settlements have been dated to about 4,300BC.

It showed two hunters, a bull, and two beaming disks in the sky initially speculated to be two suns.

That explanation did not satisfy Mayank Vahia and a team of astrophysicists in India and Germany.

They settled on Supernova HB9, a star that exploded around 4,600BC.

Viewed from Kashmir, the supernova would have occurred somewhere near the Orion constellation, ‘Which is known as the scene of a hunter’, said Vahia

‘The supernova also went off just above the constellation of Taurus, the bull, which is also seen in the drawing’, Vahia added.”

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[What an amazing story from The Guardian! Well Done! The many ways and symbols used by ancient peoples to depict events they observed in the skies continue to again surprise us.

But it should also be remembered that in that area of the sky at those times was the bright fragmenting comet known as proto-Encke, which was responsible for many bombardments of Earth with cometary debris from the Taurid debris streams. Two large pieces of any fragmenting comet may well appear as two suns to observers on Earth.

A full review of all ancient petroglyphs and carvings is urgently needed, and it may be better directed by open-minded astronomers than left to mainstream archaeologitsts – but take them along too as they may well learn something useful.

It’s well worth a visit to read the full story and see the images of the carvings and their projection onto a star chart – Ed]

“Depiction of mythical Aztec universe discovered in natural pond near Mexico’s Iztaccihuatl volcano”

January 04 2018, IB Times, UK

“A team of archaeologists in Mexico have discovered a stone shrine in a pond that depicts the design of the universe, as imagined by ancient Aztec civilisations.

The stone “tetzacualco” or sanctuary was found at Nahualac, a site at the foothills of the Iztaccihuatl volcano.

According to the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), along with the stone shrine, ceramic fragments, lithic materials, lapidaries and organic remains were found nearby, which have been associated with the Aztec rain god Tlaloc.

The researchers have surmised that the placement of the stones is meant to portray a miniature model of the mythical universe.

The placement itself creates the effect of making it seem like the stones are ‘floating’ on the water’s surface rather than lying on the pond bed.”

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[A great story from IB Times! The ingenuity of ancient peoples when portraying the cosmos never ceases to amaze as new discoveries uncover very, very different ways of perceiving the universe that do modern peoples. It’s well worth a visit to read the full story and see the images – Ed]

“Was God Mithras Born on December 25?”

January 03 2018, Netral News, Indonesia

“An 1,800-year-old temple in northern England that is dedicated to the god Mithras was built to align with the rising sun on Dec. 25, a physics professor has found.

The temple is located beside a Roman fort in Carrawburgh, near Hadrian’s Wall, which served as the most northerly frontier to the Roman Empire, beginning around AD 122.

Some modern-day scholars believe that the Romans celebrated Mithras’ birthday on Dec. 25 – the same day eventually chosen by Christians to celebrate the birth of Christ.

Using satellite imagery and astronomical software that shows the direction of the sunrises and sunsets, ‘we can easily see that the building is in good alignment along the sunrise on December 25’, wrote Amelia Carolina Sparavigna, a physics professor at the Politecnico di Torino in Italy, in a paper published online recently in the journal Philica. The paper has not been peer reviewed.

There is also an alignment between the Mithras temple and the rising sun on the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, Sparavigna said.

Roger Beck, an emeritus professor of Classics at the University of Toronto, who has written extensively on the cult of Mithras, said that he hypothesized that such an alignment existed in a paper published in 1984 in the journal Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen.

In that 1984 paper, he speculated that the rays of the sun might have illuminated a statue and altar within the Mithras temple on the winter solstice.

In his 1984 paper, Beck did not propose that the reason for such an alignment was to celebrate the birthday of the god Mithras on Dec. 25, and he’s skeptical that the Romans celebrated the god’s birth on that day.”

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[A great story from Netral News to open the new year with, and all the more so because of the Decmber 21 Winter Solstice confusion with December 25th – the supposed birth of Jesus. The solsticial sunrise itself was not what they were observing ritually but scientifically.

The ritual sunrise observation was the following day when the sun began to rise higher in the sky and was portrayed as ‘reborn’. This ritual was true of many ancient cultures, as was the scientific observation on the solstice day itself. It represented a marking point from which to start the new solar year. Well worth a visit to read the full story and see the temple image – Ed]

“The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project”

Cardiff/Athens Universites (Cymru/Greece)

[In October 1900, Captain Dimitrious Kondos was leading a team of sponge divers near the the island of Antikythera off the coast of Greece. They noticed a shipwreck about 180 feet below the surface and began to investigate. Amongst the artifacts that they brought up was a coral-encrusted piece of metal that later archaeologists found was some sort of gear wheel.

The rest of the artifacts, along with the shape of the boat, suggested a date around 2000 years ago, which made the find one of the most anomalous that had ever been recovered from the Greek seas. It became known as The Antikythera Mechanism.

In 2006 the journal “Nature” published a letter, and another paper about the mechanism was published in 2008, detailing the findings of Prof. Mike G. Edmunds of Cardiff University. Using high-resolution X-ray tomography to study the fragments of the anomalous Antikythera Mechanism, they found that it was in fact a bronze mechanical analog computer that could be used to calculate the astronomical positions and various cycles of the Moon – as seen from the Earth: – Ed]

Part of the Antikythera Mechanism

an image of Part of the Antikythera Mechanism, which is also a clickable link directly to the Lichfield Blog story

Antikythera Mechanism Research Project

2000-year-old analog computer recreated

More Antikythera Mechanism Information & Commentary:

“Antikythera Man”

Archaeology Magazine (USA)

“Human Skeleton Found on Famed Antikythera Shipwreck”

Scientific American (USA)

“Scientists decipher purpose of mysterious astronomy tool made by ancient Greeks”

CBC News (Canada)

“Beyond the Antikythera mechanism”

Nature Blogs (UK)

“Archimedes’ legendary sphere brought to life”

Nature News (UK)

“Discovery about the Antikythera Mechanism reveals surprising advances in early Greek science”

University of Puget Sound (USA)

“World’s oldest computer is more ancient than first thought… “

The Daily Mail Online (UK)

“New international mission ready to explore Antikythera shipwreck”

eKathimerini (Greece)

“Return to Antikythera: Divers revisit wreck where ancient computer found”

The Guardian Science Blog (UK)

“In search of lost time”

Nature (UK)

“World’s First Computer Displayed Olympic Calendar”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Antikythera Mechanism – World’s earliest existing analogue computer”

HotnHit News (India)

“In search of lost time”

Nature (UK)

“Imaging the Antikythera Computer”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Decoding an Ancient Computer: Greek Technology Tracked the Heavens”

Scientific American (USA)

“2,000 Year Old Computer Yields Her Secrets”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Watch a video explaining the Antikythera mechanism”

Nature (UK)

“Antikythera mechanism”

Wikipedia (USA)

“World’s First Computer Rebuilt, Rebooted After 2,000 Years”

Wired Gadget Lab (USA)

“Antikythera: A 2,000-year-old Greek computer comes back to life”

The Guardian Science Blog (UK)

Google image search results for The Antikythera mechanism

Google (USA)


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