Astronomy & Archaeoastronomy

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PUBLICATIONS

1. Liritzis and Kosmatos D. (1995) Solar – climate cycles in a tree-ring record from Parthenon. J. Coastal Res., No. 17, Ch. 11, 73-78.

2. Liritzis I. and Galloway R.B. (1995) Solar-climatic effects on lake/marine sediment radioactivity variations. J. Coastal Res., No. 17, ch. 10, 63-71.

3. Liritzis I., Xanthakis J. and Poulakos C. (1995) Solar-climatic cycles in the 4190-year Lake Saki mud layer thickness record. J. Coastal Research., No. 17, ch. 12, 79-86.

4. Liritzis, I (1996) Early Greek astronomy (aesthetics of the universe & some thoughts), Special Issue about Ancient Greece, National Technical University of Athens (Metsovion Polytechnic School, Athens), 22, 89-94.

5. Liritzis, Y. and Petropoulos, B., (1987). Latitude dependence auroral frequency in relation to solar-terrestrial and interplanetary parameters. Earth, Moon and Planets, 39., 75-91.

6. Liritzis Y. (1988) Aurorae boreales and geomagnetic inclinations as aids to archaeomagnetic dating. Earth, Moon and Planets, 42, 151-162.

7. Mavromichalaki H., Belehaki A. and Liritzis Y. (1989) Power spectrum analysis of local geomagnetic disturbances and their relationship to cosmic-ray and auroral intensity. Earth, Moon and Planets, 45, 1-15.

8. Liritzis I., Xanthakis J., Petropoulos B., Banos C., and Sarris E. (1994) Detailed spectrum analysis of Jupiter's great red spot relative intensities for the period 1963-1967. Planetary & Space Sci. 43, 9, 1067-1078.

9. Xanthakis J., Liritzis I., Petropoulos B., Banos C., and Sarris E. (1994) Stochastic variability in the atmospheric activity of Jupiter. Earth, Moon, Planets, 66, 189-212.

10. Liritzis (1994) Quasi-periodic variation in the solar neutrino flux revisited. Solar Physics, 161, 29-47.

11. Liritzis I., Petropoulos B., Banos C. and Sarris E. (1996). Solar – Planetary cycles in Jupiter's great red spot darkness. Earth, Moon, Planets (73, 167-179).

12. Liritzis I., Gregori K. (1997) Astronomical forcing in cosmogenic Be-10 variation from east Antarctica coast. Journal of Coastal Research, 14 (3), 1065-1073.

13. Liritzis I. (1998) Bronze Age Greek Pyramids and Orion's belt. Griffith Observer, vol.63, n.10, 10-21.

14. Liritzis I., and Fairbridge R. (1998). Time Series analysis of high resolution     lake Saki varves: some astrochronological and climatic aspects. Terra Nostra, 98/6, 76-81.

15. Liritzis.I, Preka-Papadema.P, Petropoulos.B, Banos.C, Kostopoulos.T (1999) Spectrum analysis of Jupiter’s great red spot parameters: area, rotation, latitude and longitude (1963-67). Planetary and Space Science, 47, 469-492.

16. Liritzis.I (2001) Archaeoastronomical orientation errors: the case of the two     Hellenic pyramidals. J. Radioanalytical & Nuclear Chemistry, vol.247, No 3, 723-725.

17. Liritzis.I and Vassiliou.H (2002) Astronomical orientations of ancient temples at Rhodes and Attica with a tentative interpretation. Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry, vol.2, No 1, 69-79.

18. Liritzis.I and Vassiliou.H (2003) Archaeoastronomical orientation of seven significant ancient Hellenic temples. Archaeoastronomy International, vol.17, 94-100.

19. Mavromichalaki.H, Preka-Papadema.P, Liritzis.I, Petropoulos.B, and Kurt.V. (2003) Short-Term variations of cosmic-ray intensity and flare related data in 1981-1983. New Astronomy, 8, 777-794.

20. Liritzis.I and Fairbridge.R (2004) Remarks on astrochronology and time-series analysis of lake Saki varved sediments. J. Balkan Geophysical Soc., vol.6, No.3, 165-172.

21. Liritzis.I and Vassiliou.H (2006) Were Greek temples oriented towards aurora? Astronomy & Geophysics, vol.47, 2, 1.14-1.18.

22. Liritzis.I and Vassiliou.H (2006) Does sunrise day correlate with eastern orientation of Byzantine Churches during significant solar dates and Saint’s day name? A preliminary study. Byzantinische Zeitscrift (K.G.Saur Munchen, Leipzig) 99, 2, 523-534.

23. Liritzis, I and Coucouzeli, A (2007) Ancient Greek Heliocentric Views Hidden from Prevailing Beliefs? Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 11(1), 39-49.

24. Liritzis, I and Artelaris, G (2010) Astronomical orientations of Dragon Houses (Palli Laka, Kapsala, Oche) and Armena Gate (Euboea, Greece). Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry, Special Issue, (D.Keller, Guest editor.), Vol.10, No.3, 41-52.

25. Liritzis.I, Petropoulos.B and Zachariadis.Th (1983) Variation of aurorae frequency of occurrence as a function of solar indeces and geomagnetic intensity Proceedings of 3rd Hellenic Physicists Conference, 226-227.(in Greek)

26. Petropoulos, B. and Liritzis, Y. (1984). Ozone concentration and Aurora frequency in relation to solar-terrestrial indices; Proc. Quadrennial Symp. on Ozone, Chalkidiki (Greece), eds. Zerefos C.S. and Chazi A., D., Reidel & Co., Dordrecht, 691 – 696. (refereed)

27. Liritzis.I (2000) The future role of archaeoastronomy of Greece in 2000+, Proceedings of the Panhellenic Conference on: Astronomy 2000+ Greek prospects for the 21st century, Penteli Astronomical Station 12 & 13 Nov. 1998, (J.Ventura, R.Korakitis, E.Kontizas, eds.), Greek National Committee for Astronomy, 101-105.(refereed).

28. Liritzis.I and Vassiliou.H (2006) Highligting New Archaeoastronomical Results From Greece (prehistoric, classical and Byzantine temples). In Lights and Shadows in Cultural Astronomy, Proceedings of SEAC 13, 2005, Regione Autonoma Della Sardegna & Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, Isili, Sardinia, 220-238.

29. Liritzis.I and Vassiliou.H (2006) Further solar alignments of Greek Byzantine churches. Proceedings of SEAC 14, Rhodes, Special Issue of Mediter. Archaeology & Archaeometry, Vol.6, No.3, 7-26 (refereed).

30. Liritzis.I (2006) The birth of God Sun: the Winter solstice and the symbols in various societies. TYPOS in HISTORY, No.1, 23 Dec. 2006, 12-14 (in Greek)

31.Ioannis Liritzis and Belén Castro (2013) :  DELPHI AND COSMOVISION: APOLLO’S ABSENCE AT THE LAND OF THE HYPERBOREANS AND THE TIME FOR CONSULTING THE ORACLE, Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 16(2), 184-206 (2013).

32. Castro Belen, Liritzis I, and Nyquist, A (2015) Oracular Functioning And Architecture of Five Ancient Apollo Temples Through Archaeastronomy:Novel Approach And Interpretation Nexus Network Journal, Architecture & Mathematics, 18(2), 373-395 (DOI:10.1007/s00004-015-0276-2)

33. Liritzis, I, Al-Otaibi, F.M, Castro, B, Drivaliari, A (2015) Nabatean tombs orientation by remote sensing: Provisional results. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 15, No 3, pp. 289-299 (DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.33835

34.Liritzis, I, Bousoulegka E, Nyquist A, Castro Belen, Fahad Mutlaq Alotaibi, Drivaliari A. (2017) New evidence from archaeoastronomy on Apollo oracles and Apollo-Asclepius related cult. Journal of Cultural Heritage (in press). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.culher.2017.02.011

35. Ioannis Liritzis, Panagiota Preka-Papadema, Panagiotis Antonopoulos, Konstantinos Kalachanis and  Chris G.Tzanis (2017) Does astronomical and geographical information of Plutarch's De Facie describe a trip beyond the north Atlantic ocean?. Journal of Coastal Research (in press)139. Liritzis Ioannis, Panou Evangelia, Changhong Miao, Fengxian Xu, Cai Shuhui (2017) Aurorae αnd archaeomagnetism from the 1st millennium BC. China, Greece and Italy: a brief overview and critical assessment. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 17, No 3, pp. 273-300

 

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