ASTR 3410 - Archaeo-Astronomy
Open to non-science students. Discussion of prescientific astronomy, including Mayan, Babylonian, and ancient Chinese astronomy, and the significance of relics such as Stonehenge. Discusses the usefulness of ancient records in the study of current astrophysical problems such as supernova outbursts. Uses current literature from several disciplines, including astronomy, archaeology, and anthropology.
Prerequisite/corequisite: A 1000- or 2000-level ASTR course, or instructor permission.