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Abu Saqr al-Qabisi. Introductions to Traditional Astrology is a joint translation of two classic medieval works: Abu Ma'shar's Abbreviation of the Introduction to Astrology, and al-Qabisi's Introduction to Astrology. It also includes numerous passages from Abu Ma'shar's Great Introduction never before published in English , and other medieval astrologers on how to interpret traditional conce Introductions to Traditional Astrology is a joint translation of two classic medieval works: Abu Ma'shar's Abbreviation of the Introduction to Astrology, and al-Qabisi's Introduction to Astrology.
It also includes numerous passages from Abu Ma'shar's Great Introduction never before published in English , and other medieval astrologers on how to interpret traditional concepts: quadruplicities, dignities, relationships to the Sun, and planetary configurations. It includes lengthy accounts of planetary natures and conditions, longevity techniques, a review of predictive techniques, and valuable aids to students: a complete Glossary, description of primary directions, organization of Lots and planetary configurations, and the relationship to concepts in Antiochus and Porphyry.
This book is invaluable for students of all levels, whether studying alone or taking a course. It covers material spanning all areas of the traditional period: Hellenistic, medieval Arabic and Latin, Renaissance and early modern astrology. It is also the introductory text to the entire Essential Medieval Astrology series, a new series of translations of medieval works covering all branches of traditional astrology. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Friend Reviews.