Supplementary Data for The Dual Alignments of the Solstitial Churches in North Wales

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  • Bernadette Brady University of Wales Trinity Saint David

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/jsa.34233

Keywords:

churches, North Wales, pre-Christian orientations, solar alignments, solstice

Author Biography

Bernadette Brady, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Bernadette Brady has a PhD in Anthropology (2012) and MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology (2005). She is currently a tutor in the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture (University of Wales Trinity Saint David, UK). Her archaeoastronomical work is focused in the cultural influence of stars, the role of star phases and the cultural history of the constellations. Her publications include her work on the linking of the Egyptian Ascension mythologyof the Pyramid Texts with the phases of the stars (CRE XII proceedings, Oxbow 2012), the arguing for the use of star lines in the megalithic period (SEAC 2011 proceedings, BAR forthcoming), the cultural implications of the persistence of the shape of constellations (Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 7(1) 2013) and the ethnographical/astrological work on the Star of Bethlehem (SEAC 2012 proceedings, Slovene Anthropological Society 2013).

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Published

2017-08-09

How to Cite

Brady, B. (2017). Supplementary Data for The Dual Alignments of the Solstitial Churches in North Wales. Journal of Skyscape Archaeology, 3(1), S1–S5. https://doi.org/10.1558/jsa.34233

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