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...Third edition of Abu 'l-Saqr al-Qabisi's tenth-century text al-Madkhal , ‘Introduction to the Art of Astrology’, translated to Latin in the twelfth century by Johannes Hispalensis, with the fourteenth century commentary by Johannes...
...The second edition of this splendidly illustrated manual on the constellations and the zodiac by the leading Muslim astrologer and astronomer. This edition is remarkable for the entirely new suite of woodcuts especially made for Sessa...
...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...
...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...
...This is a very rare first edition of Farghānī’s best known and most influential work, on Ptolemaic astronomy, dated 3 September 1493. The text is descriptive and non-mathematical, which, along with its clear and well-organised presentation,...
...1. Logyca. 2. Sufficientia. 3. De caelo et mundo. 4. De intelligentiis. 5. De anima. 6. De animalibus. 7. Philosopia prima. These represent the first editions of the first 4 titles, the last 3 having appeared as individual incunable...