Culture and Cosmos

Culture and Cosmos is a peer-reviewed academic journal in the history of astrology and cultural astronomy published by the Sophia Centre Press in partnership with the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture, Faculty of Humanitiies and the Performing Arts, at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Vol. 19 (2015) will be a double issue featuring papers based on the 2013 Sophia Centre conference on Celestial Magic and is scheduled for publication in February 2017. Please see here for a table of contents. Vol. 20 (2016) will be a double issue featuring papers based on the 2014 Sophia Centre conference on the Marriage of Heaven and Earth and is scheduled for publication in March 2017. Vol. 21 no 1 is scheduled for May 2017. Vol. 21 no 1 will feature papers presented at the 2016 conference of the European Society for Astronomy in Culture.

Volume 11

Volume 11- Special Double Issue

Out of Print/Reprinting September 2013

Culture and Cosmos Vol 11


Price £20.00


Table of Contents

Author

Title

Editor: Nick Campion

Guest Editors: Charles Burnett and Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum

Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter 2007

Special Double Issue: The Winding Courses of the Stars: Essays in Ancient Astrology

Charles Burnett and Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum

Introduction

Micah Ross

A Survey of Demotic Astrological Texts

Francis Schmidt

Horoscope, Predestination and Merit in Ancient Judaism

Stephan Heilen

Ancient Scholars on the Horoscope of Rome

Joanna Komorowska

Philosophy among Astrologers

Wolfgang Hubner

The Tropical Points of the Zodiacal Year and the Paranatellonta in Manilius' Astronomica

Aurelio Perez Jimenez

Hephaestio and the Sonsecration of Statues

Robert Hand

Signs as Houses (Places) in Ancient Astrology

Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum

Calculating the Lots of fortune and Daemon in Hellenistic Astrology

Susanne Denningmann

The Ambiguous Terms

Joseph Crane

Ptolemy's Digression: Astrology's Aspects and Musical Intervals

Giuseppe Bezza

The Development of an Astrolgical Term - from Greek hairesis to Arabic hayyiz

Deborah Houlding

The Transmission of Ptolemy's Terms: An Historical Overview, Comparison and Interpretation

Contact Us

Dr. Nick Campion, n.campion@uwtsd.ac.uk, (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) Chair

For queries about technical issues or the website:
Dr. Frances Clynes, frances.clynes@sophia-project.net (University of Wales Trinity Saint David)



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