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CA227: Archaeoastronomy: Home

Research materials for Archaeoastronomy


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Helpful Databases

The library has a large collection of databases to find academic journals. A great place to start is EagleSearch, which looks for articles, books, ebooks, images, streaming media, DVDs, and more in a single powerful search.

Use the "Advance Search" option for EagleSearch to use multiple keywords, and to select the specific source type you are looking for.

Some recommended keywords to use:

  • "ethnoastronomy"
  • "cultural astronomy"
  • "historical astronomy"

For more, searching power, check out the following databases:

Open Educational Resources and Primary Sources