III. The Falcon and the Dragon in Ancient Astronomy
A. Which stars belonged in ancient days to the constellation Draco and which to the constellation of the Falcon (i.e. Ursa Minor)?
Clear evidence that Thuban did not belong to Draco in ancient times is found on the astronomical rock drawings of Haugsbyn (Högsbyn) in Dalsland, Sweden, west of Lake Vänern and northeast of the Tanum rock drawings at Tanumshede.
I already deciphered the Tanum rock drawings as astronomy several years ago. Tanum as a word corresponds to the Egyptian term Tanem, the Hebrew Tannim and the Aramaic Tannin, all meaning "dragon".
Figure 2: Heaven’s Center
depicted on a Rock Drawing at Haugsbyn, Sweden.
The original rock drawing is left and the interpretation is right.
 Andis Kaulins, The Norse Pharaohs: Prehistoric Astronomy and History, 89 pages (also as a CD-ROM), published in the series, Origins - Studies in the History of Mankind and its Languages, Volume 9, 1999. A subscriber of this series is the Harvard University Library. See also LexiLine and Andis Kaulins Publications.