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The mystery behind Greece's temples
by Stav Dimitropoulos
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7 July 2017
On 7 July 2017 BBC News reported:
Studies show that the ancient Greek temples could have astronomical intentions -- but on what scale? Some feel the placement of Greece's temples was not random. Manolo Fernandez, a Spanish language teacher and amateur astronomy enthusiast, is sure that the perfect isosceles triangles made by the sites reflect the movements of different celestial bodies such as the sun, moon, or planets and stars in relation to the Earth's surface. George Pantazis and Evangelia Lambrou, associate professors at the National Technical University of Athens, recently used rigorous geodetic methods to determine the astronomical orientation of Ancient Greek temples. They found an extraordinarily symmetric positioning between the temples of the Parthenon and Hephaisteion, ensuring both had the same view towards the east. ... And there are a slew of other studies indicating that classical temples were built to align with the stars ...
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