Friday, March 24, 2006

Books I've read recently of interest to Astrologers

  • Burnett, Charles, Jan P. Hogendijk, Kim Plofker and Michio Yano, Ed. 2004. Studies in the History of the Exact Sciences in Honour of David Pingree. Brill: Leiden.

  • Connor, James A. 2004. Kepler's Witch. An Astronomer's Discovery of Cosmic Order amid Religious War, Political Intrigue, and the Heresy Trial of his Mother. HarperSanFrancisco: San Francisco.

  • French, Roger. 2003. Medicine before Science. Cambridge University Press: New York.

  • Gutas, Dimitri. 1998. Greek Thought, Arabic Culture. Routledge: London.

  • Ho Peng Yoke. 2000. Li, Qi and Shu : An Introduction to Science and Civilization in China. Dover: New York.

  • Ho Peng Yoke. 2003. Chinese Mathematical Astrology. RoutledgeCurzon: New York.

  • Hogendijk, Jan P. and Abdelhamid I. Sabra, Ed. 2003. The Enterprise of Sciences in Islam. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

  • Lucas, John Scott. 2003. Astrology and Numerology in Medieval and Early Catalonia. Brill: New York.

  • McEvilley, Thomas. 2002. The Shape of Ancient Thought: Comparative Studies in Greek and Indian Philosophies. Allworth Press: New York.

  • Newman, William R. and Anthony Grafton. 2001. Secrets of Nature. Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe. The MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

  • Noegel, Scott, Joel Walker and Brannon Wheeler, Ed. 2003. Prayer, Magic and the Stars in the Ancient and Late Antique World. Univ. of PA Press: University Park.

  • Pingree, D. and C. Burnett, Ed. 2004. Studies in the history of the exact sciences in honour of David Pingree. Brill: Leiden ; Boston.

  • Possanza, D. Mark. 2004. Translating the Heavens. Aratus, Germanicus and the Poetics of Latin Translation. Peter Lang: New York.

  • Rochberg, Francesca. 1998. Babylonian Horoscopes. American Philosophical Society: Philadelphia.

  • Rochberg, Francesca. 2004. The Heavenly Writing. Divination, Horoscopy and Astronomy in Mesopotamian Culture. Cambridge Univ. Press: New York.

  • Rubenstein, Richard E. 2003. Aristotle's Children. How Christians, Muslims and Jews rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and illuminated the Dark Ages. Harcourt: New York.

  • Tinniswood, Adrian. 2004. By Permission of Heaven. The True Story of the Great Fire of London. Riverhead Books: New York.

  • Turner, Gerard L'E. 2003. Renaissance Astrolabes and their Makers. Ashgate: Burlington, VT.

  • Twicken, David. 2000. Classical Five Element: Chinese Astrology Made Easy. Writers Club Press: Lincoln, NE.

  • vanden Broecke, Steven. 2003. The Limits of Influence. Pico, Louvain and the Crisis of Renaissance Astrology. Brill: Boston.

  • Walters, Derek. 2005. The Complete Guide to Chinese Astrology : The Most Comprehensive Study of the Subject Ever Published in the English Language. Watkins/Duncan Baird: London.

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