July 1988
Archaeology;Jul/Aug88, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p18
Reports on re-creation of the SunWatch, an American Indian solar-calendar village in Dayton, Ohio, by archaeologists from the Dayton Museum of Natural History. Woodhenge type of calendar; Excavation and experimental archaeology activities at the site; Architectural description of the village.


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