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Welcome to part three of the constellation series. I think I forgot to mention that I'm basing this series off of the works of ancient Greek astronomer Ptolemy. He set out forty-eight constellations, based in Greek myth, of which some are still recognized to this day, and others got broken up or otherwise rearranged or added in the years that followed. The next is Ara: the altar. It's still a recognized constellation.

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Posted by on in Paths Blogs

It's time for part three of the constellation series, and this time I'm tackling a constellation I had never heard of before: Aquila. It's one of the medium sized constellations, located a little 'above' Sagittarius.

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  • Rebecca Buchanan
    Rebecca Buchanan says #
    @Hunter: the only two works of fiction of which I am aware are "Flow Down Like Silver" by Ki Longfellow; and "Hypatia, or New Foes
  • Hunter Liguore
    Hunter Liguore says #
    Very cool. Just watched "Agora" with R. Weisz and started to look for some fiction on her. Thanks for the lead.

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