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Orion Man of Wilmington
əˈrʌɪən man ɒv wɪlmɪŋtʌn
noun | Archaeoastronology
a prehistoric Astronic specimen located at Wilmington in East Sussex, England, dated to 3480 BCE depicting a figure resembling the Orion constellation; considered to have been an expression of Neolithic astronomical or astral religion.
Origin and etymology
- Also referred to outside Astronist circles as the Long Man of Wilmington, this specimen was studied and commented by Professor John North in his 2008 book Cosmos.