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The text — written in Latin — had a so great fortune that it was immediately translated in several languages as German and English.

Johannes Engel – Wikipedia

Johannes Angelus, Esoptron Astrologikon. Wherein are represented the faces of every signe, with the images of each degree in the zodiack: The nature and quality of every person, according to the degree ascending in the east at his nativity.

The virtue and signification of every planet through the A most excellent description of the more hidden and abstruse influence of [symbol for Mercury] in his [symbol for conjunction] with all other the planets. A clear explanation of the signification of the horoscope in any signe of the zodiack.

Regiomontanus and Johannes Angelus. Printed for John Allen, and R.

Moon, and are to be sold at their shops, at the Sun-rising, and Seven-starrs in Pauls Church-yard, in astrolabiun new buildings between the two north-doors. So, according Engel himself, he was just the editor of a Medieval book written by Pietro Abanoa doctor and a scholar from Padua, an important cultural centre of Northen Italy during the end of What does this part of the book describe?


Aastrolabium can discover this from the incipit of Munich text, which says:. Proclus in fact writes: But almost years before, Censorinus could state in De Die Natali: Julius Firmicus Maternus, Ancient Astrology: Some scholars as Saxl Fritz Saxl, La fede negli astri: Simonetta, Ferabolian Italian scholar and a Professor of Greek in the university of Genova, in my opinion the greatest expert of ancient stellar catalogues, wrote a wonderful paper about the images of Astrolabium Planum and the corresponding stars, better paranatellonta.

This is an example for the 10th degree of Scorpio, which is my Ascendant. John of Seville, true to the Arab version translates as the head of Serpentarius. The same Liber Hermetis:. From the eighth to the tenth degrees there arise Serpentarius, Aesculapius, Hygea and two entwined dragons, they make botanists, doctors, perfumers.

In every case images of Astrolabium Planum — better the older Abano version were depicted on the walls of Salone della Ragione in Padua by one of the greatest Italian astrolanium, Giotto. Barzon, I cieli e la loro influenza negli affreschi del Salone in Padova Padova: In the upper part there are constellations rising with the sign while in the bottom line, the painter showed images from Astrolabium Planum.

I hope you will like it as Gadbury version of Astrolabium Planum. Hi Margherita Many thanks for this excellent site, we at Indian astrology have aastrolabium on each degree of the zodiac, have taken reference of your website and written an article quoting your webpage for download of the book titled Plannum in our magazine Saptarishis Astrology. Thanks again for making it freely available. Regards admin Saptarishis Astrology http: Thank you very much for your so well documented website!


I found so many precious information here! I nevertheless had a question: Do you have any clue about the meaning of this chart in relation to each degree?

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You have the online version here: It was also edited a few decades ago in paperback by Bernhard Haage who narrates many interesting stories in the introduction but you need to have a good budget to spend on this as they edited the book sign by sign: You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. We can discover this from the incipit of Munich text, which says: From a German translation of Astrolabium Planum The latin text says satrolabium German is more difficult asrtolabium an Italian girl Facies multum tortuosa. Homo mirabilis erit opinionis.

The same Liber Hermetis: Is it a very sophisticated game, true? Do you know where I can find the German translation of this text? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details astrolaboum or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.

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