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Work C.3.8.2

John Holbroke
Commentary on Pseudo-Ptolemy’s Dixerunt Ptolomeus et Hermes quod locus Lune…

Text ‘(London, BL, Egerton 889) ‘Dixerunt Ptholomeus et Hermes quod locus Lune in quo erat Luna in hora in qua infunditur sperma est gradus ascendentis nativitatis — et hoc expertus fuit multociens. Nota: Pro invenienda figura conceptionis nati omnibus aliis pretermissis, si hora coniunctionis vel preventionis fuerint due planete equales in virtute — Lune vero 9, hec sunt secundum Alkabitium. Quod H.’

Content A commentary on Pseudo-Ptolemy’s Dixerunt Ptolomeus et Hermes quod locus Lune… (B.1.2a).

Origin Written by John Holbroke, master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, from 1418 to 1431. The only known MS of this text is John Holbroke’s autograph.

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London, BL, Egerton 889, s. XV, f. 109r-110rImages