A Fourth Lunar Foresight for the Brogar Ring

  title={A Fourth Lunar Foresight for the Brogar Ring},
  author={Archibald Stevenson Thom and Alexander Strang Thom},
  journal={Journal for the History of Astronomy},
  pages={54 - 55}
  • A. Thom, A. Thom
  • Published 1 February 1977
  • Physics
  • Journal for the History of Astronomy
REFERENCES 1. A. Thorn and A. S. Thorn, "The Carnac Alignments", Journal for the history ofastronomy, iii (1972), 11-26. 2. A. Thorn and A. S. Thorn, "The Kermario Alignments", ibid., v (1974),30-47. 3. T. Cato Worsfold. "The French Stonehenge", Journal of the British Archaeological Association, iv (1898), 159-76. 4. A. Thorn and A. S. Thorn, "The Astronomical Significance of the Large Carnac Menhirs", Journal for the history of astronomy, ii (1971), 147-60, Fig. 5. 5. Werner Hiille, Steinmale… 
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