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...Translation by Hermann of Carinthia of: Al-Mudkhal al-kabīr ilā ʻilm ahḳām al-nujūm. With woodcuts of planetary and zodiacal signs, and astrological diagrams....
...Fragments from the Kitāb al-milāl wa al-duwal, manuscript, 10th century. North Africa. The famous astrologer Abū Ma`shar (d. 886) named his book Kitāb al-Milal wal-Duwal, 'The Book of Religious Communities and Dynasties'....
...First edition of the famous astrologer Abū Ma‘shar's (Albumasar, c. 787–886) De magnis coniunctionibus, translated into Latin probably by John of Seville. The Arabic original was known by titles including Kitāb fi duwal wa-al-milal (Book...
...Rare first edition of this important work on the interpretation of dreams, sometimes attributed to Ahmad Ibn Sirin, but more likely to be the work of Albumasar (Apomasar being a further corruption of the usual Latin corruption of Abu...
...Two first editions of works by the famous astrologer Abū Ma‘shar (Albumasar, c.787–886), both translated into Latin probably by John of Seville. 1. Flores astrologiae. This is the Latin version of Abū Ma‘shar's Kitab Tahewil sini 'l-alam...