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  • ...to by Muslim scholars as ''Megale Syntaxis'', ''Migisti'', and finally ''Almagest''. The first translation from the Greek was ordered by [[Harun al-Rashid]] The Almagest is divided into 13 thoroughly mathematical books and [[astronomy]] and [[tr
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  • ...(2nd century AD) Egyptian astronomer and geographer whose main work, the ''Almagest'', a compendium of contemporary astronomical knowledge, was in use into the
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  • | pagename = Almagest | abc = Almagest
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  • ...to by Muslim scholars as ''Megale Syntaxis'', ''Migisti'', and finally ''Almagest''. The first translation from the Greek was ordered by [[Harun al-Rashid]] The Almagest is divided into 13 thoroughly mathematical books and [[astronomy]] and [[tr
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  • Ptolemy's main work is the [[Almagest]], in which is compiled all the then existing astronomical knowledge. In Pt The ''Almagest'' and the ''Geographia'' had an enormous influence up until the [[Renaissan
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  • ...and astronomy. He also studied Muslim jurisprudence, philosophy and the [[Almagest]].
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  • ...as later edited and increased by [[Ptolemy]] which he published in the ''[[Almagest]]'' (possibly between 127 and 150 A.D.), one of the most prominent works in
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  • [[Almagest]] | [[De Revolutionibus]] | [[Nuncius Sidereus]] | [[Astronomia Nova]] | [[
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  • ...t of all the celestial motions." Generally, the planetary motions in the ''Almagest'' are composed of epicycles with centers on deferents, but Ptolemy also int ...[[Toledo]] (the center of learning in the Córdoba Caliphate) and Ptolemy's Almagest and most of Aristotle's astronomical and physical writings were translated
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  • ...hilosophy of Science, University of Cambridge.</ref> Ptolemy’s work, the ''Almagest'', is the largest source of information on Hipparchus. '''Ptolemy''' credit ...olabe' or star-taker made of rings or bracelets, which he described in the Almagest Book 5, chapter 1 [http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/starry/hipparchus.html Hipparch
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  • ...W-a-t to populate that page. Finally, he added a few external links to [[Almagest]] for earning the partier status. Next day he came back to have a look at [ ...ut history's most serious book on the serious science of astronomy, the [[Almagest]] (did I forget to mention that [[Ptolemy]]'s work is to be taken seriously
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  • ...ts that predated Ptolemy and wrote a new textbook and guide to Ptolemy's ''Almagest''. Peurbach's ''New Theory of the Planets'' (published 1454) addressed prob
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