Since most of the CCAG was printed in the early part of the 20th century much of it is in the public domain at this point. These volumes are available below as. Okt. Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum. hg. F. Cumont und F. Boll u.a., Bruxelles, , 12 Bände in 20 Büchern. alle Bände bei. This book is part of the collection held by the Bodleian Libraries and scanned by Google, Inc. for the Google Books Library Project. For more information see.
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Franz Boll was a philologist in the early 20th century who devoted much of his work to studying Ptolemy.
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Nechepsonis et Petosiridis fragmenta magicaed. This page contains a collection of astrological texts from the Hellenistic tradition in their original languages.
Here are a few:. Dorotheus of Sidon The standard critical edition of the work of the 1st century astrologer Dorotheus of Sidon was published in by David Pingree as Dorothei Sidonii Carmen Astrologicum.
Book 5 of his work Against the Professors consists of a skeptical critique of astrology, and the first half of this work provides a rather decent overview of some of the basic terms and technical concepts employed by Hellenistic astrologers.
The standard codocum edition of the work of the 1st century astrologer Dorotheus of Sidon was published in by David Pingree as Dorothei Sidonii Carmen Astrologicum.
These volumes are available below as PDF files: The critical edition of the Greek was scanned by Google Books.
Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum
Scanned by Google Books, and available through WilbourHall. Since most of the CCAG was printed in the early part of the 20th century much of it is in the public domain at this point.
Here are a few notable entries:. Scanned by Google Books: This work is still seen by many in the academic community as being the standard scholarly reference work on Hellenistic astrology, although it is largely out-of-date given the amount of work that has been done in the field over the course of the past century.
In the 4th or 5th century a Roman astrologer named Maximus wrote a treatise on katarchic astrology titled On Inceptions Peri Katarche. The first critical edition of the work of the 2nd century astrologer Vettius Valensknown as astrolotorum Anthologywas published by Wilhelm Kroll in Vettius Valens The graecorun critical edition of the work of the 2nd century astrologer Vettius Valensknown as the Anthologywas published by Wilhelm Kroll in Here are a few: Volume 2 of the critical edition, containing bookswas recently made available by the Internet Archive:.
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Scanned by Google Books:. One of his most notable works was his book Sphaerain which he published and discussed some of the recently discovered works of Teucer of Babylon, Vettius Valens, and Antiochus of Athens. The articles page contains a collection of articles and links to important papers on our website. Firmicus Maternus The primary critical edition of the astrological work of the 4th century astrologer Firmicus Maternusknown as the Mathesiswas published in two volumes by Kroll, Skutsch and Ziegler from An excellent monograph on Manilius was also recently published by Katharina Volk: For more detailed entries on individual authors please see the astrologers page.
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This is conveniently available in an English translation by Goold as part of the Loeb edition of Manilius. The Hellenistic Astrology Website Promoting the study of the history, philosophy and techniques of ancient astrology. Texts Translations and Critical Editions This page contains a collection of catalogs texts from the Hellenistic tradition in their original languages.
This edition is available for download below thanks to Google Books. Manilius and his Intellectual Background. Google Books has scanned volume 1 of the critical edition, which contains books 1 through 4 of the Mathesis in the original Latin: Ancient Astrologers The Hellenistic astrologers page fatalogus detailed biographies of each of the major astrologers from the Hellenistic and Roman periods.
The book is written in German, and it was recently scanned by Google Books.
Since the book was published in it is now in the public domain. Over the course of the next graecoum years they indexed all of the Greek manuscripts that they could find, and they published their catalog with a number of long excerpts from the texts in a 12 volume collection known as the Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum Catalogue of the Codices of the Greek Astrologersor CCAG for short.