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... known by the Latin epithet Regiomontanus, was a German mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, translator, instrument maker and Catholic bishop. In 1461 Regiomontanus left Vienna with Cardinal Bessarion and spent the next four years traveling...
...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...