Bibliography of Astrology Page 32, Case – Catalogus

Case, Paul Foster ‘The Tarot: A Key to the Wisdom of the Ages’ Macoy Publishing Company, [3011 Dumbarton Road,[1]] Richmond, Virginia, 1947. Cloth (light wear to outer corners of boards; minimal to extremities of spine) in dj (slight wear and tearing to extremities of spine; 1cm tear to upper margin of rear cover; tearing to upper extremities of flap-folds). (Separation before rear free endpaper, but webbing beneath holding.)  [7] + 26 + [2] + [pp. 29-36] + [2] + [pp. 39-46] + [2] + [pp. 49-62] + [2] + [pp. 65-72] + [2] + [pp. 75-90] + [2] + [pp. 93-100] + [2] + [pp. 103-8] + [2] + [pp. 111-6] + [2] + [pp. 119-144] + [2] + [pp. 147-152] + [2] + [pp. 155-164] + [2] + [pp. 167-172] + [2] + [pp. 175-186] + [2] + [pp. 189-192] + [2] + [pp. 195-214] + [Illustration]

Case, Paul Foster – see also under Davies, Anne, below

Caslant, Eugène ‘Les Bases Élémentaires de l’Astrologie’ Tome I – Éditions Traditionnelles, 11, Quai Saint-Michel, Paris, 1976. Unpaginated pamphlet entitled ‘Les Bases Élémentaires de l’Astrologie: Annexe Mobile Contenant les Figures Explicatives du Tome I’ laid in. Main vol.: Card covers (light tearing to top of spine; slight horizontal tearing towards foot of spine). [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. 7-13] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 17-55] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 59-371] + [pp. 373-9] + [Imprimatur]. Annexe: Paper covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [16 pp]

Caslant, Eugène ‘Les Bases Élémentaires de l’Astrologie’ Tome II – Éditions Traditionnelles, Quai Saint-Michel, Paris V, 1978. Card covers (1-inch tear to upper inner corner of rear cover). [1 leaf] + [12 pages of diagrams][2] + [1 leaf] + [3] + [pp. 9-52] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 55-89] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 93-118] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 121-265] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 269-297] + [pp. 299-303] + [Imprimatur]

Caspar, Max; ed. / tr. Hellman, C. Doris; ed. Gingerich, Owen[3] and Segonds, Alain[4] ‘Kepler’ Dover Publications Inc., 31 East 2nd Street, Mineola, N. Y., dated 1993[5]. [Front cover backed with advertisements] + [2] + [pp. 3-10] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 13-27] + [pp. 29-441] + [15 pages of advertisements] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Cassirer, Ernst; tr. / ed. Domandi, Mario ‘The Individual and the Cosmos in Renaissance Philosophy[6]’ Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1963. Cloth (light wear to extremities of hinges and outer corners of boards) in dj (small tear to upper inner corner of front cover). [1 leaf] + [2] + [p. v] + [pp. vii-xii] + [1 leaf] + [p. xv] + 191 + [pp. 193-9]

Cassirer, Ernst ‘Individuum und Kosmos in der Philosophie der Renaissance’ 2. unveränderte Auflage – Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt, 1963[7].Original cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges) with gilt title to spine. (Previous owner’s large inked note of the book author and title to rfep.) [1 leaf] + [2] + [1 leaf] + [2] + [1 leaf] + 32 + [illustration] + [pp. 33-201] + [2] + [pp. 205-297] + [pp. 299-302] + [illustration] + [pp. 303-458]

Castellucci, Greg ‘Heaven & History: Contemporary Human History as Reflected in the Heavens’ Ouranos Publishing, No Place Stated, 1992

Casulleras, Josep ‘La Astrología de los Matemáticos: La matemática aplicada a la astrología a través de la obra de Ibn Mucad de Jaén[8]’ Publicacions i Edicions Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, 2010. Card covers (bookseller’s barcode sticker adhered to rear cover). [1 leaf] + [3] + [pp. 9-33] + [pp. 35-311] + [pp. 313-335] + [pp. 337-355]

Casulleras, Josep and Samso, Julio, eds. ‘From Baghdad to Barcelona: Studies in the Islamic Exact Sciences in Honour of Prof. Juan Vernet[9]’ Vol. I[10] – Instituto “Millas Vallicrosa” de Historia de la Ciencia Arabe, Barcelona, 1996. Card covers. [1 leaf] + [Frontis.] + [2] + [pp. 9-37] + [pp. 39-57] + [pp. 59-101] + [pp. 103-157] + [pp. 159-179] + [pp. 181-265] + [pp. 267-347] + [pp. 349-381] + [pp. 383-443] + [pp. 445-475] + [pp. 477-525]

Casulleras, Josep and Samso, Julio, eds. ‘From Baghdad to Barcelona: Studies in the Islamic Exact Sciences in Honour of Prof. Juan Vernet’ Vol. II[11] – Instituto “Millas Vallicrosa” de Historia de la Ciencia Arabe, Barcelona, 1996. Card covers. [1] + [Frontis.] + [2] + [pp. 533-653] + [pp. 655-735] + [pp. 737-753] + [pp. 755-767] + [pp. 769-827] + [2 pages of tables] + [1]

Cataldo, Leonard and Pelletier, Robert ‘A Look at Tomorrow Today’ Whitford Press, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., West Chester, PA, 1989

Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum[12]:

  • ‘Codices Florentinos. Descripsit Alexander Olivieri. Accedunt Fragmenta Selecta Primum Edita ab Francisco Boll, Francisco Cumont, Guilelmo Kroll, Alexandro Olivieri’ – In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1898. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. v-vii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-75] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 79-173] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 177-9] + [pp. 181-2] + [plate]
  • ‘II: Codices Venetos. Descripserunt G. Kroll et A. Olivieri. Accedunt Fragmenta Selecta Primum Edita a Francisco Boll, Francisco Cumont, Guilelmo Kroll, Alexandro Olivieri’ – In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1900. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + 74 + [2 leaves] + [pp. 79-216] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 219-224] + [plate]
  • ‘III: Codices Mediolanenses. Descripserunt Aemygdius Martini et Dominicus Bassi’ – In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1901. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-21] + [2] + [pp. 25-52] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 55-7] + [pp. 59-60]
  • ‘IV: Codices Italicos. Praeter Florentinos, Venetos, Mediolanenses, Romanos. Descripserunt Dominicus Bassi, Franciscus Cumont, Aemygdius Martini, Alexander Olivieri’ In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1903. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [pp. vi-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-16] + [3 leaves] + [pp. 23-4] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 27-36] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 39-46] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 49-66] + [3 leaves] + [pp. 73-8] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 81-192] + [2 plates]
  • ‘V: Codicum Romanorum Partem Priorem. Descripserunt Franciscus Cumont et Franciscus Boll’ In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1904. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-57] + [1] + [pp. 59-60] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 63-82] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 85-242] + [1] + [pp. 245-256]
  • ‘Tomi V Pars II: Codicum Romanorum Partem Secundam. Descripsit Guilelmus Kroll’ In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1906. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [2 leaves] + [pp. 3-23] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 27-140] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 143-159] + [pp. 161-2] + [1 leaf] + [plate]
  • ‘Tomi V Pars III: Codicum Romanorum Partem Tertiam. Descripsit Iosephus Heeg’ – In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1910. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-72] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 75-147] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 151-160]
  • ‘Tomi V Pars IV: Codicum Romanorum Partem Quartam. Descripsit Stephanus Weinstock. Accedit Porphyrii Philosophi Introductio in Tetrabiblum Ptolemaei ab Aemilia Boer et Stephano Weinstock Edita – Sumptibus R. Academiae Belgicae’ In Aedibus Academiae, Bruxellis, 1940. Original paper covers. (Leaves comprising pp. 157-160 still joined at outer edges; need separating. Mostly slight separation to upper parts of paper hinges between pp. 48-9; pp. 64-5; pp. 80-1; 160-1; 176-7; 192-3; heavier separation between 208-9; 224-5; and [240]-[241].) [2 leaves] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-114] + [1 leaf] + [1] + [pp. 118-183] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 187-228] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 231-3] + [pp. 235-9] + [pp. 241-9] + [pp. 251-3] + [rear cover featuring publisher’s advertisement for the present series]
  • ‘VI: Codices Vindobonenses. Descripsit Guilelmus Kroll’ In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1903. This copy with a library lending ticket date-stamped 1958 for the Hochschulbibliothek, Giessen, stamped and seemingly also signed by Dr. H. Gundel, laid in. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + 57 + [1 leaf] + [pp. 61-88] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 91-113] + [2] + [pp. 117-9] + [pp. 121-2]
  • ‘VII: Codices Germanicos. Descripsit Franciscus Boll’ In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 20, Rue du Marché au Bois, Bruxellis, 1908. Paper scrap of Gundel handwritten notes laid in between pp. 224-5. Part of a custom half-cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. (Separation at inner paper hinge following p. 268, but cords beneath very strong.) [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-29] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 33-66] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 69-76] + [2] + [pp. 79-81] + [2] + [1 leaf] + [1] + [pp. 88-249] + [pp. 251-3] + [pp. 255-263] + [pp. 265-8] + [2 plates]
  • ‘Tomi VIII Pars I: Codicum Parisinorum Partem Primam, Descripsit Franciscus Cumont – Adiuvante Societate ad Studia in Universitatibus Belgicus Fovenda’ In Aedibus Mauricii Lamertin, 58, Rue Goudenberg, Bruxellis, 1929. Form headed ‘Dieser Zettel ist von dem Studierenden selbst für jede belegte Vorlesung auszufüllen und dem Dozentum bei der Nachsuchung um das Testat bis spätestens 23. November 1929 zu überreichen’, laid in, and filled in with the name of a Dr. Helnike from whom a student whose hand-signed name is hard to decipher had learned ‘Latein (Mittelstufe)’[13]. Part of a half- cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. (Moderate wear to extremities of front spine hinge, lower edges of boards, and lower outer corners of boards.) [2 leaves] + [pp. v-vi] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-128] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 131-290] + [1] + [plate]
  • ‘Tomi VIII Pars II: Codicum Parisinorum Partem Secundam, Descripsit Carolus Aemilius Ruelle. Accedunt Hermetica Edita ab Iosepho Heeg’ In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 58, Rue Goudenberg, Bruxellis, 1911. Part of a half- cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. (Moderate wear to extremities of front spine hinge, lower edges of boards, and lower outer corners of boards.) [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-33] + [1 leaf] + [1] + [pp. 38-136] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 139-189] + [pp. 191-5] + [3 pages of plates]
  • ‘Tomi VIII Pars III: Codicum Parisinorum Partem Tertiam, Descripsit Petrus Boudreaux’ – In Aedibus Henrici Lamertin, 58, Rue Goudenberg, Bruxellis, 1912. Part of a half- cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. (Moderate wear to exremities of spine hinges; wear to outer corners of boards.) [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-88] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 91-199] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 203-5] + [pp. 207-213] + [pp. 215-9] + [pp. 221-2] + [double-page spread of plates]
  • ‘Tomi VIII Pars IV: Codicum Parisinorum Partem Quartam, Descripsit Petrus Boudreaux, Edidit Appendice Suppleta Franciscus Cumont – Sumptibus Instituti Francogallici (Ex Legato Debrousse) – In Aedibus Mauritii Lamertin, 58, Rue Goudenberg, Bruxellis, 1921. Part of a half- cloth vol. with different cloth-covered boards. [2 leaves] + [pp. v-vii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-96] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 99-262] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 265-7] + [pp. 269-283]
  • ‘Tomi IX Pars I: Corices Britannicos, Descripsit Stephanus Weinstock, Pars Prior: Codices Oxonienses – Sumptibus R. Academiae Belgicae (Ex Legato Cumont)’ – In Aedibus Academiae, Bruxellis, 1951. Part of a half-cloth vol. (light wear to top of front hinge) with different cloth-covered boards. (Slight damage to footnotes at feet of pp. 136-7 as a result of the facing pages having previously adhered to each other in a small patch (8*5 mm, and their mutual separation having wrested part of the paper from p. 136 to join the adhesive patch on p. 137. A similar but much more minor effect is found to pp. 152-3, where just a couple of characters of Greek text are obscured, one on each page.) [2 leaves] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-98] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 101-190] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 193-209] + [pp. 211-12]
  • ‘Tomi IX Pars II: Codices Britannicos, Descripsit Stephanus Weinstock. Pars Altera: Codices Londinenses, Cantabrigienses, Bibliothecarum Minorum – Accedunt Codices Batavi, Danenses, Sueci’ In Aedibus Academiae, Rue Ducale, 1, Bruxellis, 1953. Part of a half-cloth vol. (light wear to top of front hinge) with different cloth-covered boards. [2 leaves] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-38] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 41-54] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 57-84] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 87-97] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 101-4] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 107-8] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 111-189] + [pp. 191-208]
  • ‘Tomus X: Codices Atheniensis, Descripsit Armandus Delatte’ – In Aedibus Mauritii Lamertin, 58, Rue Coudenberg[14], Bruxellis, 1924. Library form of unclear relevance on orange paper laid in, bearing the following details: Verleihende Bibliothek: MB Heidelberg; Leihfrist: 27.2.65; Entlieiher: Prof. Gündel. Another, smaller slip, on the same pink paper, bears the stamp of Prof. Dr. H. Gundel, 63 Giessen, Am Alten Freidhof 20. Four columns of text constituting a printed review by H. G. Gundel of C. C. A. G. Tomus IX Pars prior pasted to endpapers. A further printed review by H. G. Gundel of C. C. A. G. Tomi IX Pars II bound in between final rear end-paper and rear paste-down. Old price list for the full set of CCAG, possibly extracted from the original rear cover of one of the final volumes released, adhered to rear paste-down. Part of a half-cloth vol. (light wear to top of front hinge) with different cloth-covered boards. [1 leaf] + [3] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-53] + [1 leaf] + [1] + [pp. 58-200] + [2] + [pp. 203-251] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 25-287] + [pp. 289-291]
  • ‘Tomi XI Pars I: Codices Hispanienses Descripsit Carolus Orestus Zuretti – Pars Prior: Codices Scorialenses’ – In Aedibus Mauritii Lamertin, 58, Rue Coudenberg, Bruxellis, 1932. Part of a half-cloth vol. (light wear to foot of spine) with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [pp. v-vii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-127] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 131-271] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 275-288]
  • ‘Tomi XI Pars II: Codices Hispanienses, Descripsit Carolus Orestes Curetti, Pars Altera: Codices Scorialenses Matritenses Caesaraugustani’ – In Aedibus Mauritii Lamertin, 58-60, Rue Coudenberg, Bruxellis, 1934. Part of a half-cloth vol. (light wear to foot of spine) with different cloth-covered boards. [2 leaves] + [pp. v-vii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-48] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 51-100] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 105-6] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 109-194] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 197-213] + [pp. 215-7]
  • ‘Tomus XII: Codices Rossicos, Descripsit Mstislav Antonini F. Sangin – Adiuvante Instituto Historiae Scientiarum et Artium Technicarum Academiae Scientiarum URSS’ – In Aedibus Mauritii Lamertin, 58-60, Rue Coudenberg, Bruxellis, 1936. Six printed single-sided leaves[15] from an unidentified treatise of astrology[16], with considerable annotations in the hand of one of the Gundels, laid in or (inthe case of the fifth) tipped in. Old price list for the full set of CCAG, possibly extracted from the original rear cover of one of the final volumes released, adhered to rear paste-down. Part of a half-cloth vol. (light wear to foot of spine) with different cloth-covered boards. [3] + [1 leaf] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-61] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 65-84] + [5 leaves] + [pp. 95-166] + [3] + [pp. 170-201] + [1] + [pp. 203-229] + [pp.231-2] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 235-263] + [pp. 265-8] + [colour plate] + [5 plates]

 

[1] Address taken from dj – not on title page

[2] The equivalent for the present volume of the ‘Annexe Mobile’ that was packaged as a separate pamphlet with Tome 1, here instead bound in as part of a single volume, with its own separate title page on the front side of the first leaf

[3] “With a new Introduction and References by Owen Gingerich”

[4] “Bibliographical Citations by Owen Gingerich and Alain Segonds”

[5] The date given is that of the first printing of the Dover edition, but this is clearly (from the website address in the advertising) a later reprint of Dover’s own 1993 edition, which in turn is said to be an enlarged republication of the translation first published by Abelard-Schuman, London, in 1959, of the German original of 1948.

[6] A translation of the main part of the original 1927 edition of the work below, but without the Latin text appendices that comprised half the original volume.

[7] A reprint of the original edition published in Leipzig and Berlin in 1927 as Heft 10 in the series “Studien der Bibliothek Warburg”. The contents after p. 201 are appendices consisting of two Latin texts. The first is the “Liber de Mente” of Nicolaus Cusanus, edited by Dr. Joachim Ritter and presented with a facing German translation by Heinrich Cassirer. The second is the “Liber de Sapiente” of Carolus Bovillus, edited in Latin only by Raymond Klibansky

[8] A study of the Risala fi matrah al-shuacat (Treatise on the projection of rays), an 11th century work by an Andalusian mathematician and astronomer named Ibn Mucadh al-Jayyani. It is said to deal with the astrological topics of house division and the “projection of rays”

[9] At the foot of the title page, both volumes are identified by their collective place in the series “Anuari de Filologica (Universitat de Barcelona)” as: XIX (1996) B-2

[10] This first volume contains 17 essays on Arabic science, mathematics and astronomy, by different scholars including David Pingree and J. D. North.

[11] This second volume contains 11 essays on Arabic astrology, astronomical instruments, and popular astronomy, by different scholars including E. S. Kennedy, J. D. North, Julio Samso, Paul Kunitzsch and David A. King.

[12] A collective scholarly endeavour, thus appears under its own title in the index and not scattered among the names of the separate editors. This set formerly in the possession of the prominent 20th century scholars of the history of astrology Wilhelm and Hans-Georg Gundel (q. v. under Gundel below), and bearing mostly occasional but sometimes quite extensive hand annotations, both inked and pencilled, of one or possibly both of them. The stamp of Prof. Dr. Wilh. Gundel, Roenstr. 6, Gießen, appears to the ffeps of the hardbound volumes containing all parts from Tomus I to Tomus VIII Pars IV, except Tomus V Pars 4. A different stamp, probably of Prof. Dr. H. Gundel, though the H. is partly faded to the point of unclear legibility, with the address of Am Alten Friedhof 20, 63 Giessen, appears to the ffep of the volume containing Tomi IX and X. The Vol. comprising Tomus VIII Pars I and Tomus VIII Pars II additionally bears the signature of Franz Cumont, ‘Hommage dévoueé de Franz Cumont’, presumed in dedication to Gundel, followed by a handwritten address ‘Paris, 13 Avenue Kleiber’ in a different ink.

[13] How this ended up in this volume is unclear, but it would seem plausible that in 1929 Dr. Helnike was a lecturer at the same educational establishment as Wilhelm Gundel and that the form had come into Gundel’s possession through that connection.

[14] [Sic]

[15] They have been hand-numbered in pencil 31-36 but are presented out of order.

[16] The print type is modern, but a handwritten note at the top of the first leaf mentions as a possible clue to the identification of the text ‘Gergis philosophi de astronomia id. est: Georgius Antiochenus (???? (illegible) XI) cf. Thorndike History of magic II (1923) p. 718’

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