Bibliography of Astrology Page 3, Agostino – Al-Kindi

Agostino da Trento, frate eremitano di San Marco; ed. / tr. Gobbi, Domenico ‘Astrologia e Medicina[1]’ Civis, Piazza Cappuccini 1, Trento, 2009. Card wrappers. [1 leaf] + [3] + [1 leaf] + [pp. ix-lxiii] + [1 leaf] + [2] + 27 + [2] + [pp. 31-60] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 63-79] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 83-8] + [3] + [Imprimatur]. [Advertisements to rear flap.]

Agrippa, Cornelius; ed. Compagni, V. Perrone ‘[Studies in the History of Christian Thought[2], Volume XLVIII:] De Occulta Philosophia, Libri Tres[3]’ E. J. Brill, Leiden, the Netherlands, 1992. Paper-covered boards (light wear to foot of front hinge and lower outer corner of front board). [5] + [1 leaf] + 59 + [2] + [pp. 63-82] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 85-244] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 247-396] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 399-600] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 603-611] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 615-629] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 633-643] + [pp. 645-657] + [1] + [1 page of advertisements]

Agrippa, Henry Cornelius of Nettesheim; tr. Freake, James; ed. Tyson, Donald ‘Three Books of Occult Philosophy’ 8th Printing – Llewellyn Publications, St. Paul, MN, 2005

Agrippa, Cornelius; tr. Purdue, Eric; intr. Warnock, Christopher ‘Three Books of Occult Philosophy Book One, Academic Edition’ Renaissance Astrology, no place stated, copyrighted 2012[4]. Cloth in dj. [9] + 9 + [pp. 11-206]

Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius – see also under Hartmann, Dr. Franz; Raphael; and Schwei, Priscilla, below

Aguilar, Michel ‘Astrologie du 3ème Type: Psychologie du XXIème Siècle’ Guy Trédaniel Éditeur, Clamécy, 1996

Aharoni, Ruth ‘Karmic Astrology: Past Lives, Present Loves’ Second Printing – Llewellyn Publications, Woodbury, Minnesota, 2007

Aimé, Jacqueline ‘La Lune Noire: Un Monde Interdit’ Editions du Rocher, 1995

Aimé, Jacqueline ‘La Révolution Française Expliquée par l’Astrologie’ Librairie Académique Perrin, Paris, 1970. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards) in dj (small chips lost from upper and outer edges of front cover; 8mm tear to foot of front cover; tiny tear to top edge of rear cover; light wear to top of spine and extremities of flap-folds). (Final leaf of imprimatur partly adhered to rear paste-down.) [1 leaf] + [4] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 11-13] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 17-20] + [1] + [chart] + [p.23] + [1] + [pp. 25-42] + [1] + [pp. 45-58] + [1] + [chart] + [pp. 61] + [1] + [pp. 63-70] + [1] + [chart] + [p. 73] + [1] + [pp. 75-91] + [1] + [pp. 93-103] + [1] + [chart] + [1] + [pp. 107-119] + [1] + [pp. 121-133] + [1] + [pp. 135-143] + [1] + [pp. 145-154] + [1] + [chart] + [p. 157] + [1] + [chart] + [pp. 160-9] + [1] + [pp. 171-184] + [1] + [pp. 187-198] + [1] + [pp. 201-8] + [1] + [pp. 211-231] + [1] + [chart] + [1] + [pp. 235-246] + [1] + [chart] + [p. 249] + [pp. 251-272] + [1] + [pp. 275-293] + [1] + [chart] + [p. 296] + [1] + [pp. 299-315] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 319-334] + [1] + [chart] + [p. 337] + [1] + [pp. 339-359] + [chart] + [p. 361] + [chart] + [p. 363] + [chart] + [p. 365] + [pp. 367-380] + [1] + [pp. 383-398] + [1] + [pp. 401-411] + [1] + [chart] + [p. 414] + [1] + [pp. 417-428] + [1] + [pp. 431-5] + [1] + [pp. 437-446] + [1] + [p. 449] + [2 leaves of imprimatur]. [Advertisements to rear dj flap.]

Aivanhov, Omraam Mikhael; tr. Anonymous ‘Cosmic Balance: the Secret of Polarity’ Editions Prosveta, Fréjus, France, 2004

Aivanhov, Omraam Mikhael; tr. Anonymous ‘The Zodiac, Key to Man and to the Universe’ Editions Prosveta, Fréjus, France, 1986

Akasoy, Anna; Burnett, Charles and Yoeli-Tlalim, Ronit, eds. ‘[Micrologus’ Library 25:] Astro-Medicine: Astrology and Medicine, East and West[5]’ Sismel – Edizioni del Galluzo, I-50023 Tavernuzze – Impruneta (Firenze), 2008. Card wrappers.  [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. v-vi] + [1 leaf] + [pp. ix-xii] + 31 + [pp. 33-141] + [pp. 143-173] + [pp. 174-188 of illustrations] + [pp. 189-258] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 261-5] + [p. 267] + [pp. 269-277] + [imprimatur] + [2 pages of advertisements]. [Front and rear flaps with advertisements.]

Al-Andarzaghar, Zadanfarrukh; ed. / tr. Burnett, Charles and Al-Hamdi, Ahmed ‘On Anniversary Horoscopes[6] in ‘Zeitschrift fur Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften[7] Band 7: 1991/92[8]’ Institut fur Geschichte der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften an der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat, Frankfurt am Main, 1992. Cloth. [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. v-vi] + 398 + [14] + [1]

Al-Biruni; tr. / ed. Sachau, Edward C. ‘Alberuni’s India: an Account of the Religion, Philosophy, Literature, Geography, Chronology, Astronomy, Customs, Laws and Astrology of India about AD 1030 – Volumes I and II (bound in one)’ Low Price Publications, A-6, Nimri Commercial Centre, Near Ashok Vihar Phase-IV, Delhi, 2003[9]. Paper-covered boards (light wear to feet of spine hinges and most outer corners of boards). [1 leaf] + [2] + [1 leaf] + [pp. vii-l] + [2 leaves] + [pp. 3-408] + [1 leaf] + [246] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 249-355] + [pp. 357-431] + [2 pages of advertisements]

Al-Biruni; tr. Bezza, Giuseppe; intr. Panaino, Antonio ‘L’Arte dell’Astrologia: Il Piu Completo Trattato di Astrologia della Cultura Islamica’ Associazione Culturale Mimesis, Alzaia Nav. Pavese 34, Milano, 2005. Card covers (patch of light wear to upper margin of front cover; light wear to feet of spine hinges). [2] + [pp. 5-21] + [1] + [pp. 23-5] + [p. 27] + [pp. 29-137] + [pp. 139-181] + [p. 183] + [pp. 185-200]

Al-Biruni, Abu’L-Rayhan Muhammad Ibn Ahmad; tr. Wright, R. Ramsay, M.A. Edin., LL.D. Tor. and Edin., Emeritus Professor of Biology, University of Toronto ‘The Book of Instruction in the Elements of the Art of Astrology, reproduced from Brit. Mus. MS. Or. 8349’ Luzac & Co., 46 Great Russell St., London, 1934[10]. Edition limited to 100 hand-numbered copies of which this is no. 97. This copy with the former ownership label of Sir W. Louis Primrose, Baronet to second ffep. Original cloth (light wear to extremities of spine and along hinges; moderate wear to outer corners of boards. Varying degrees of separation at inner paper hinges between pp. ii-iii; after p. 40; after p. 48; after p. 56; after p. 64; after p. 151; after p. 159; after p. 167; after p. 212; after p. 220; after p. 268; after p. 276; after p. 331; and before first index leaf; cords seem fairly strong beneath but volume needs handling with care to avoid straining them further). [3] + xviii + [pp. 1-72 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [p. 72a of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 73-195 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 195a-195b of translation with unpaginated facing source diagrams] + [pp. 196-200 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 200a of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 201-296 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [p. 296a of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 297-333 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [5]

Al-Biruni, Abu’L-Rayhan Muhammad Ibn Ahmad, reproduced from Brit. Mus. MS. Or. 8349 and tr. Wright, R. Ramsay ‘The Book of Instruction in the Elements of the Art of Astrology’ Publisher not stated, undated.[11] Original cloth (wear to extremities of spine; light wear to outer corners of boards). (Separation to upper half of inner paper hinge after title page.) [2] + xviii + [pp. 1-64 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [p. 72a of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 73-195 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 195a-195b of translation with unpaginated facing source diagrams] + [pp. 196-200 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 200a of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 201-276 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [p. 283 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 278-282 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [p. 277 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 284-296 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [p. 296a of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [pp. 297-333 of translation with unpaginated facing source script] + [5]

Al-Biruni; tr. / ed. Sachau, Dr. C. Edward ‘The Chronology of Ancient Nations; an English Version of the Arabic Text of the Athar-Ul-Bakiya of Albiruni, or “Vestiges of the Past”, Collected and Reduced to Writing by the Author in A.H. 390-1, A.D. 1000. Translated and edited, with Notes and Index, by Dr. C. Edward Sachau, Professor of the Royal University of Berlin’ UMI Books on Demand, Proquest Company, 300 North Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2002[12]. Card covers (light wear to foot of spine). [1 leaf] + [5] + [pp. v-xvi] + 154 + [2 blanks bearing a central legend “This Chart Will Be the First Chart Appearing at the End of This Film”] + [pp. 155-365] + [pp. 367-464] + [table (bound upside-down)]

Al-Biruni; tr. De Martino, Giorgio; ed. Bezza, Giuseppe [13] ‘[Cielo e Terra – collana diretta da Joe Fallisi:] Gli Astri il Tempo il Mondo: Viaggio nell’India Segreta[14]’ Xenia Edizioni, Via Carducci 31, 20123 Milano, 1997. Card wrappers. [5] + 15 + [pp. 17-41] + [pp. 43-61] + [pp. 63-9] + [pp. 71-103] + [pp. 105-115] + [pp. 117-123] + [pp. 125-135] + [pp. 137-143] + [pp. 145-7] + [pp. 149-157] + [pp. 159-167] + [pp. 169-185] + [pp. 187-193] + [pp. 195-211] + [pp. 213-9] + [pp. 221-287] + [pp. 289-291] + [pp. 293-5]

Al-Biruni, Abu Al-Rayhan Muhammad Ibn Ahmad; tr. Saffouri, Mohammad and Ifram, Adnan; ed.[15] Kennedy, E. S. ‘[Publication of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Oriental Series No. 32: Sources and studies in the History of the Exact Sciences 1:] On Transits: a Study of an Arabic Treatise entitled… [Arabic script]’ American University of Beirut, 1959. Original cloth (light wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards; patch of wear to front side of spine; extraneous print adhesions to upper outer margins of boards, presumed from former shelving adjacent to printed sheets). [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. v-ix] + [1 leaf] + 119 + [1 leaf] + [pp. 123-201]

Al-Biruni, Abu Al-Rayhan Muhammad Ibn Ahmad; tr. Saffouri, Mohammad and Ifram, Adnan; ed. Kennedy, E. S. and Toomer, G. J. ‘[Islamic Mathematics and Astronomy[16] Volume 33:] On Transits: a Study of an Arabic Treatise entitled Tamhid al-mustaqarr li-tahqiq ma’na al’mamarr’ Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science at the Johan Wolfgang Goethe University, Beethovenstrasse 32, Frankfurt am Main, 1998[17]. Edition stated limited to 100 copies. Cloth. [6] + [pp. v–ix] + [1 leaf] + 119 + [1 leaf] + [pp. 123-201] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 45-72] + [4]

Al-Biruni – see also under Nasr, Seyyed Hossein; and Said, Hakim Mohammed, below

Al-Bitruji; tr. Scot, Michael; ed. Carmody, Francis J. ‘De Motibus Celorum: Critical Edition of the Latin Translation of Michael Scot[18]’ University of California Press, Berkley and Los Angeles, California / Cambridge University Press, London, 1952. Later quarter cloth-tape-covered boards (light wear to extremities of spine hinges) with paper-covered boards (moderate wear to outer corners) with typed label on sticker to front board (small former library classification sticker to same; library barcode sticker and ticket pocket adhered to inside of front board). Internally retaining original card wrappers. (Former library stamps to upper, outer and bottom edges of page block. Former library withdrawal stamp to upper margin of title page.) [3] + [pp. 7-8] + [2] + [pp. 11-180] + [imprimatur]

Al-Kashi, Jamshid Ghiyath Al-Din – see under Anonymous (13) below

Al-Kindi; ed. / tr. Dykes, Benjamin N., Ph.D. ‘The Forty Chapters of al-Kindi: Traditional Horary & Electional Astrology[19]’ The Cazimi Press, 621 5th Avenue SE #25, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2011. Card covers. [2] + [1 leaf] + ix + 27 + [pp. 29-237] + [1] + [pp. 239-255] + [1] + [pp. 257-280] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 282-292] + [1 page of advertisements]

Al-Kindi; tr. Zoller, Robert; ed. Hand, Robert ’On the Stellar Rays [Project Hindsight Latin Track Volume I]’ The Golden Hind Press, Berkeley Springs, WV, 1993. Card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [3] + [pp. iii-xxvi] + 59

Al-Kindi, Ya’ kub ibn Ishâk ibn Sabbâh; tr. Zoller, Robert ‘De Radiis Stellicis: On the stellar Rays, C9th AD[20]’ 2nd Electronic Publication – New Library Ltd., London, 2002[21]. A4-sized glossy paper front cover overlain with clear plastic sheet, and outwardly textured card rear cover. Bound by plastic comb threaded through holes punched in inner margins. [2] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 5-81]

Al-Kindi; ed. / tr. Bos, Gerrit and Burnett, Charles ‘[The Sir Henry Wellcome Asian Series[22]:] Scientific Weather Forecasting in the Middle Ages – the Writings of Al-Kindi:  Studies, Editions, and Translations of the Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Texts’ Kegan Paul International Limited, London WC1B / 61 West 62nd Street, New York, NY, 2000. Cloth in transparent acetate dj (light wear to some extremities of spine hinges; 1.5 cm separation to top of front flap-fold; light wear to top of rear flap-fold). [6] + [1 leaf of illustrations] + [2] + 39 + [pp. 41-95] + [pp. 97-135] + [pp. 137-159] + [pp. 161-323] + [pp. 325-419] + [pp. 421-455] + [pp. 457-507] + [pp. 509-539] + [pp. 541-9] + [pp. 551-573] + [8 pages of tables]

Al-Kindi – see also under Travaglia, Pinella, below

 

[1] The heart of this book comprises a modern typeset edition of a manuscript entitled: Augustini de Tridento O. E. S. A. “Opusculum de Astrologia et Medicina” – In Universitate Perusiae, 1340; and a modern typeset edition of another manuscript edition of the same work, dated 1348. A lengthy modern study precedes them.

[2] A series of publications edited by Heiko A. Oberman, Tucson, Arizona, in co-operation with four other scholars

[3] A critical edition of the text of the printed 1533 Latin edition, completely reset in modern type, with footnotes indicating sources for Agrippa’s contents

[4] But this copy was printed in 2014

[5] A collection of eleven essays by different scholars including Hilary Carey and Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum

[6] Comprises pp. 294-398 of the overall volume, and consists of an introduction, an English translation, and finally the Arabic source text. The source text is said to have been a part of a lost longer book by the author known as kitab al-mawalid (“book of the nativities”), but to have survived in the form of excerpts in the Majmu’aqawil al-hukama’ al-munajjimin of AbuSa’id Mansur ibn ‘Ali Bundar a-Damaghani, a text composed in 1113, and as a complete Latin translation in Book IV of the Liber Aristotilis of Hugo of Santalla (q.v.). The surviving Arabic excerpts are edited here

[7] A series of publications edited by Fuat Sezgin, in collaboration with M. Amawi, C. Ehrig-Eggert, and E. Neubauer

[8] In addition to the edition of Al-Andarzaghar, this volume contains nine studies by different scholars, including Paul Kunitzsch, Edward S. Kennedy and Gerrit Bos

[9] The fourth LPP printing after those of 1989, 1993 and 1996, being a facsimile reproduction of the original edition of 1910

[10] The true first edition, distinguished by the navy blue cloth binding with gilt spine label, 2½ inch-thick page block, and hand-filled limitation notice

[11] Hardbound undeclared reprint of the above, distinguihed by black cloth binding with Arabic script printed in green on the rear board, thinner paper, and the lack of the original limitation page. Internally, the original title page specifying Luzac as the publisher is retained but in facsimile (thus inauthentically). Attributed speculatively by Worldcat records to Baghdad, 1970s (but may be earlier). It is not clear why pp. 65-72 are missing in this copy – this could be a binder’s error affecting just this copy or might be set in print and thus common to all copies of this edition, though the mis-binding of pp. 277 and 283 in each other’s places in this copy would suggest great carelessness in any case.

[12] A workmanlike monochrome facsimile reproduction of the original edition whose publication credits read: “Published for the Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain & Ireland, by William H. Allen and Co., 13 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, London, Publishers to the India Office, 1879”

[13] The translator is credited only on the copyright page, and the stated editor, who provides the main introduction, only on the title page. Series editor Joe Fallisi provides an additional, shorter introduction following that of Bezza.

[14] A translation of Al-Biruni’s Kitab tahqîq mâ li’l-Hind min maqbûla fi’l- ‘aql aw mardûla.

[15] (‘With a commentary by…’)

[16] A series of publications edited by Fuat Sezgin

[17] A recent facsimile reprint of the above, with added copy of a lengthy review of the original book by G. J. Toomer, reprinted from Orientalia (Rome) N.S. 34, 1965

[18] Michael Scot’s translation is dated to 1217 by Carmody, who opines that the Arabic original was completed some time after 1185. He further notes that a Hebrew edition was prepared in 1259 by Moses ben Samuel ben Tibbon and itself gave rise to a derivative separate Latin translation by Calonymos ben David that was printed in Venice in 1531.

[19] An annotated English translation, primarily from the twelfth century Latin translation of Hugo of Santalla, although also with reference to another twelfth century Latin translation by Robert of Ketton. Al-Kindi’s text was originally composed in Arabic in the ninth century

[20] An annotated English translation from the Latin edition entitled “De Radiis Stellicis”, as edited by M. T. D’Alverny and F. Hudry in Archives d’histoire doctrinale du Moyen Age, Vol. 41, 1974

[21] After the first New Library edition of 2000, following the original Project Hindsight edition shown above

[22] A series of publications edited by Lawrence I. Conrad, Paul Unschuld and Dominik Wujastyk, together with an editorial board of three further members

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