October 20, 2012
Did you know that there is a special field in modern science called “archaeo-astronomy?”
Of course you did. And so did I.
Who are the archeologists who decipher the astronomical and mathematical functions of Machu Picchu in Peru, or Chichen Itza in Mexico, or Stonehenge in England, or Karnak in Egypt? Why archaeo-astronomers, of course!
Now I’m no scientist. I’m just a traveler who likes to see the sights. So when I read about Zarats Karer in southern Armenia, I made a slight detour at Sisian.