Thanks Dave, could you provide a link to the paper with its appendices - I missed it!
Also, to others I apologise for the mangling of correct protocol by simply coming in after the relevant post. Some guys are so fussy. To my eye, both markers seem to be best labelled Moon A and Moon B. Did the keepers appreciate the solar system to any degree - that's doubtful isn't it?
Best of Xmas to all, Tony
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From: thomas dave
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Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Stonehenge Aubrey Hole Eclipse mechanism
if you look at appendix 2 in the paper this phenomenon is shown in graphic
On 21 December 2014 at 18:42, Simon B <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> At 10:25 +0000 21/12/14, Tony Marsh wrote:
> The other is why assign the name "Sun marker" for one of the rotating
>> attachments to the aubrey positions?
> It's a Sun marker because the way it's moved causes it to circle the AH
> ring completely once every year (approx). My diagrams, for simplicity,
> start with the Sun and Moon in the AH next to the axis in the NE even
> though the eclipse shown happens on March 20th.