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Journal Articles Aveni, A. F.
1981 Archaeoastronomy in the Maya Region: A Review of the Past Decade, Archaeoastronomy, 3 ( JHA, 12: S1–S16).

Aveni, A. F., E. Calnek, and H. Hartung
1987 Myth, Environment, and the orientation of the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan, American Antiquity 53:287–309.

Bricker, Harvey M.
1983 Prediction of solar eclipses. Current Anthropology 24:1–18

Carrasco, David
1987 Star gatherers and wobbling suns: astral symbolism in the Aztec tradition, History of Religions 26:279–294.

Dearborn, David
1986 The Death of an Inca, Griffith Observer 50(8):17–20.
1987 Blinded by the Light, Archaeoastronomy 10:24–27.

Dearborn, David and Katherina Schreiber
1986 Here Comes the Sun: The Cuzco–Macchu Picchu Connection, Archaeoastronomy 9:15–37.

Dearborn, David, Katherina Schreiber, and Ray White
1987 Intimachy, A December Solstice Observatory, American Antiquity 52(2):346–352.

Dearborn, David, and Ray White
1983 The Torreon at Macchu Picchu as an Observatory, Archaeoastronomy, (JHA, 5:S37–S49).

David Druker
1987 The Mexican (Aztec) and Western Yucatec (Landa) Maya 365–day Calendars: A perpetual Relation, American Antiquity 52:816–819.

Farrer, Claire R.
1990 The sun’s in its heaven, all’s not right with the world: Rejoinder to Swan. The American Indian Quarterly, 14(5):155. (response to Edith Swan’s articles in vol. 12(3):4),

Iwaniszewshi, Stanislaw
1994 Archaeology and Archaeoastronomy of Mount Tlaloc, Mexico, a Reconstruction. Latin American Antiquity 5(2):158–176.

Lounsbury, Floyd G.
1981 Maya Numeration, Computation, and Calendrical Astronomy, Dictionary of Scientific Biography 15:759–818.

MacPherson, H. G.
1987 The Maya lunar season, Antiquity 61:440–449 .

Malville, J. McKim
1991 Prehistoric Astronomy of the American Southwest, The Astronomy Quarterly 8:1–36.
1993 Astronomy and Social Integration Among the Anasazi Proceedings of the Anasazi Symposium, 1991. Ed Jack E. Smith and A Hutchinson, Mesa Verde Museum Association, pp 155–166

Malville, J. McKim, Frank Eddy, and Carol Ambruster
1991 Lunar Standstills at Chimney Rock, Archaeoastronomy, 22(JHA, 16:S43– S50).

Mixon, Benjamin and Raymond White
1991 Skywatchers of the Salt River Valley Hohokam, The Astronomy Quarterly 8(4): 245–254.

McCluskey, Steve
1990 Calendars and Symbolism: Functions of Observation in Hopi Astronomy, Archaeoastronomy, 15( JHA, 21: S1–S16).

Murray, William Breen and Juan Pablo Camacho Nunez
1990 Caballito Blanco (Oaxaca): Rock Art and Astronomy in Context, American Indian Rock Art Vol. 16, Ch 13. ed. S Turpin, San Miguel California, American Rock Art Research Association.

Robbins, R. and R Westmoreland
1991 Astronomical Imagery and numbers in Mogollon Pottery, The Astronomy Quarterly 8:47 et. seq.

William Romain
1995 In search of Hopwell Archaeoastronomy, Ohio Archaeologist 45(1): 35–41.

Robiou–Lamarche, Sebastian
1990 Island Carib Mythology and Astronomy, Latin American Indian Literature Journal 6(1): 36–54.

Watanabe, John M.
1983 In the world of the sun: a cognitive model of Mayan cosmology, Man 18 (Dec. ‘83) p. 710–728

Wetherill, Chris
1991 Astronomical Imagery in Navajo Weaving, The Astronomy Quarterly 8:37–46.

Young, Jane
1991 Permiable Boundries: Ambiguity and Metaphor in Zuni Ceremonialism in Daily Life, Southern Folklore 48:159–189. A folklorist, Jane Young, has done a number of good pieces on Zuni ethno-astronomy.

Zeilik, Mike
1991 Historic Lunar Calendars in the Pueblo Southwest: Examples from Zuni and Hopi, The Astronomy Quarterly 8:89 et. seq.

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