Dimbleby All Past Time by Six Astronomical Lines 1897

Dimbleby, J. B., Premier Chronologist to the British Chronological and Astronomical Association, London ‘All Past Time: By Astronomical Measurements and the Zodiac’ (title stamped to front board) / ‘All Past Time by Six Astronomical Lines. Authenticated by the British Chronological and Astronomical Association, and the only Complete Record of Time published. Containing a Classification of All Eclipses and Transits from Creation, Continued in Teams to those now seen, Together with the New Use of the Zodiacal Circle, Showing All Past Years of the World, With Tables of the Kings of Babylon, Assyria, Egypt, Judah, Israel, Persia, and Roman Emperors of the First Century, on A.M. Years for Comparison’ (inner title page) – Stated Ninth Edition – E. Nister, 28, Paternoster Row, E. C., London: or can be had of The Author, 1, Gordon Road, Wanstead, London, E., 1897.

Cloth (light wear along hinges of spine; wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards). (Binding cracked at paper hinge between ffep and frontis., and partly at rear inner paper hinge.) [Frontis.] + [4] + [pp. 5-8] + [2] + [pp. 11-208].


About this Book Scan

Carefully reproduced in full colour from our original printing of the 1897 stated ninth edition.

We know little about Jabez Bunting Dimbleby, the author of this curious and detailed treatise on historical chronology with reference to astronomical cycles. He was peripheral to the astrological community, and yet this work makes explicit reference in its title to the use of the zodiac in establishing the chronology of past events.

Only the so-called eighth edition of 1894 and the present edition of 1897 are recorded in libraries, leaving the earlier edition count shrouded in mystery.