This facsimile reprint of the 1831 edition is a group of brief translations dealing with astrotheology. Maternus was one of the most famous early ...Show synopsisThis facsimile reprint of the 1831 edition is a group of brief translations dealing with astrotheology. Maternus was one of the most famous early astrologers and is second in authority only to Ptolemy of Alexandria. His horoscope of the world is included from the 1533 edition of the Libri Matheseos and his discussion of the Thema Mundi. Proclus' contribution deals with the mystery of time as explained in Neoplatonism.Hide synopsis
Title: Ocellus Lucanus on the Nature of the Universe; Taurus, the Platonic Philosopher on the Eternity of the World; Julius Firmicus Maternus: of the Thema Mundi, in Which the Positions of the Stars at the Commencement of the Several Mundane Periods is Given Author:Thomas Taylor (Translator) ISBN-13:9780893144036 ISBN:0893144037
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