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Cross-disciplinary Researches of Objects of Ancient Heritage on the Example of Stone Labyrinths and Petroglyph
1 Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2 Northern Ossetia‐Alania
ABSTRACT: As an example of cross-disciplinary researches of objects of ancient heritage, labyrinths ? stone constructions and petroglyphs are considered. The researches conducted by authors with application of a gnomon of solar clocks calendars open purpose of parts of labyrinths as markers of a geographical space-time. Results of the analysis of conditions of solar navigation are given in different latitudes which is considered by authors as a methodological basis of researches in culture geography. On the basis of instrumental function of objects the correct explanation of the contradictory symbolical interpretation which collected in humanitarian researches is received. Possibilities of cross-disciplinary researches with use of archaeological, historical, ethnographic data and the navigation concept of informational model operation of the world are shown.
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Citation note:
Paranina A., Paranin R., Khetagurov T.N.: Cross-disciplinary Researches of Objects of Ancient Heritage on the Example of Stone Labyrinths and Petroglyph. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 11, No. 4, doi:10.12716/1001.11.04.21, pp. 729-734, 2017

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