What were the megaliths found in the north of Europe - cult buildings, burial places or maybe ancient observatories? When did representatives of ancient civilizations start counting months and years? Where and how did the first characters appear? What ideas about astronomical phenomena did our ancestors have? Answers to these and many other questions important to the history of modern civilization are tried to be found in the book 'Seno ojagtu lokos'. Jānis Klētnieks is an honorary doctor of LZA (Dr.sc.ing.h.c.), a researcher of the history of geodesy, a member of the Latvian Astronomical Society, and the author of several books and publications, including the highly popular book 'Svētie sūrymti'. He was awarded the Order of Three Stars in 2006. J. Klētnieks has studied the connection between the astronomical ideas of the ancient Baltic inhabitants and the religious beliefs, traditions and cultural-historical expressions of other European and Middle Eastern peoples. He participated in the research work of Karnak Temple and Djoser's Pyramid in Egypt, as well as in the survey of other ancient monuments in different countries.
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