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Danish Star Stone
ˈdeɪnɪʃ stɑː stəʊn
noun | Archaeoastronology
an ancient Astronic specimen dated to 1700 BCE located in Venslev, Denmark; a star chart engraved into stone depicting the constellations Cassiopeia, Auriga, Cepheus, Ursa Major, and Gemini.
Origin and etymology
- Astro-English: from Astronese, the phrase Danish Star Stone was first coined by Cometan during his initial scholarship of the Astronic tradition in his Master’s Dissertation. An alternative title for this specimen is the Venslev Constellation Stone.