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Work C.1.25

Johannes Noviomagus
Isagoge in Ptolomaei Phaenomena

Text ‘(ed. Cologne 1537) Isagoge in Ptolomaei Phaenomena. Ut igitur Phaenomena quae astrologiae primordia sunt rectius intelligantur a studiosis vocat in Meteoris. Finis.’

Content Explanation of the star catalogue of the Almagest.

Origin Published by Johannes Noviomagus [Johannes Bronkhorst] in 1537, as an introduction to his edition of Ptolemy’s star catalogue in George of Trebizond’s translation (A.1.4). Noviomagus addressed his work to Reinhard von Westerburg-Leiningen.

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Cologne, Publisher unknown, 1537, sig. Aiiv-[Aiv]vImages