by Alexander Thom, Clarendon Press:Oxford
The online magazine of Richard Heath exploring the number sciences found throughout neolithic, ancient, classical and pre-modern worlds. For information related my new book, The Harmonic Origins of the World, please see this introduction or click on HARMONICS above.
The articles below, about monuments in Carnac (Brittany, France) have all been written in the last couple of months. The latest (below) enters into the methods whereby the astronomers of Carnac managed the factors of numbers contained within astronomical counts to solve problems before arithmetic had developed. The two that follow interpret the Erdevan alignments, northwest of Carnac's Le Menec alignments, then come three crucial articles on the Crucuno monuments as having counted the Octon eclipse period of 47 lunar months.
For the order in which they were written, please start at the bottom!
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