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Astronomical Interpretation of the Signs on the Vessel of the Bronze Age (Central Donbass)

@article{Vodolazhskaya2015AstronomicalIO,
  title={Astronomical Interpretation of the Signs on the Vessel of the Bronze Age (Central Donbass)},
  author={Larisa N. Vodolazhskaya and Anatoliy N. Usachuk and Mikhail Yu. Nevsky},
  journal={arXiv: History and Philosophy of Physics},
  year={2015}
}
The article presents the results of multidisciplinary study carried out with the help of archaeological and astronomical methods. The aim of the study was to analyze and interpret the signs - elements of the composition, incised on the outer side surface of the vessel of the Late Bronze Age, owned to Srubna culture and discovered near the Staropetrovsky village in the northeast of the Donetsk region. The measurements and astronomical calculations revealed that all signs have astronomical… 

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