Archaeology Expert Discusses How Prehistoric People Used Astronomy
Our next story takes us back in time … to prehistoric times, that is. Prehistoric civilizations in the Southwest didn’t have iPhones to keep track of the hour or even a calendar with months and days of the year marked out.
They used the sun and the stars to track time. And that mattered a lot for their survival.
Tonight, Ken Zoll, the executive director of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center, will be talking about how prehistoric people in the Southwest used astronomy, and he joins me now.