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Arhaeoastronomical analysis of Levinsadovka sacrificial complex (South Russia)

@article{Vodolazhskaya2013ArhaeoastronomicalAO,
  title={Arhaeoastronomical analysis of Levinsadovka sacrificial complex (South Russia)},
  author={L. Vodolazhskaya and Vera Larenok},
  journal={arXiv: History and Philosophy of Physics},
  year={2013}
}
The article presents research data using arhaeoastronomical methods of Levinsadovka settlement sacrificial complex in Northern Black Sea coast. In this work, new method of accounting terrain elevations using topographic maps was developed in arhaeoastronomical studies. Calculations of azimuths of the sun and moon rise and set in the astronomically significant moments of the year were made and astronomical regularities in the organization of the sacrificial complex identified. Related to the… Expand
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