Message - Re: Azimuths of the Parthenon

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Posted by  d on December 16, 2002 at 08:27:17:

In Reply to:  Re: Azimuths of the Parthenon posted by Peter Sault on December 15, 2002 at 21:19:03:

I haven't followed this discussion closely but...

Is it possible that you are pursueing the lines of inquiry proposed by Robert Temple, who found lines of orientation connecting geodetic points, relating to oracular centres?
One of his triangular figures shows a slightly northeasterly leg of an ancient triangle connecting Dodona in Greece, Metsamor in Asia Minor, and Thebes in Egypt...
Of course, although Temple is a quite respectable scholar and an intriguing and fascinating writer, his work is a bit "far out" for the academic mainstream...

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