Draco, the Dragon

One of the largest constellations in the northern sky, Draco represents the Dragon and protects the gardens of Hesperides in Greek mythology. Draco is home to many famous stars, like Delta Draconis. This star is about 800 million years old and 59 times more luminous than our Sun.


Watercolor on Paper


Eva Bod ’20

Curated Resources

Clive Ruggles, Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy, 2015

Springer Press Historical and Cultural Astronomy Series, 2016-present

Archaeoastronomy, 1978-2014

Journal of Astronomy in Culture, 2016-present

Ocarina Books

International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture