Vol. 2 No. 3 Fall 1986
ISSN 8756-3029

A publication of
The Institute for the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory

Editor: David Griffard

Horus is a tri-annual magazine (published in February, June and October) featuring articles on archaeoastronomy, myths, rituals, symbols, and other subjects related to ancient conceptions of natural and human history.

Cover text:
...when we find how lavishly the remains of prehistoric races are scattered over the length of the North American continent, we realize that ancient monuments are no more numerous on this side of the Atlantic than over there! [London Spectator, 1892]

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Cover photos: David Griffard.
Front -- Summer solstice sunrise; Great Circle Mound, Newark.

Back -- Great Circle and Octagon Mound Complex, Newark, Ohio.

Copyright (c) October 1986 by The Institute for the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory

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