De gradu ascendentis investigando
A commentary on v. 34 of the Centiloquium in Plato of Tivoli’s translation (C.3.1.1) and on Pseudo-Ptolemy’s Dixerunt Ptholomeus et Hermes quod locus Lune… (B.5), i.e. on the rectification of nativities according to both Ptolemy’s animodar and the ‘Trutina Hermetis’. The text is extant in a single manuscript, copied in the fifteenth century probably in Italy and which is likely to be the author’s copy. In this manuscript, the commentary is preceded on f. 83r-84r by Ptolemy’s chapter on the animodar from the Quadripartitum (III.2), together with Haly Abenrudian’s commentary in Egidius de Tebaldis’s translation (C.2.2).
‘(Vienna, ÖNB, 3124) De gradu ascendentis investigando secundum Ptolomeum et secundum alios invenitur facies vel saltem signum. [