How do we learn and interpret the past which is recorded in stone? What stone remains exist today for us to study? What's the fascination with building stone monuments that mark celestial phenomena? What other evidence of the past do we have that isn't made of stone, and what do they mean? How have these Stories persisted through history and evolved?
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