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In 1969, a book was published which put forth a long-overdue reinterpretation of ancient mythology. The authors argued that myth was the technical language of a lost science, a science that mainly encoded a profound grasp of astronomy. That book was Hamlet’s Mill, and the authors were well respected historians of science, Giorgio de Santillana [...]