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6(3), 738–750 = Horosc. L 80, in: Otto Neugebauer – H[enry] B[artlett] Van Hoesen, Greek Horoscopes, Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, 48 (Philadelphia: 1959), p. 92. the culture of astrology from ancient to renaissance Fig. 95 But these are exceptions; and indeed, modern research has only recently been able to devise computer programs for assigning the anonymously transmitted data to specific historical persons. In contrast, in the Renaissance anonymity was the exception,96 and people self-consciously published their own nativities or those of their children.
Hildesheim: 1966), pp. 226–278. 83 Ernst Cassirer, Individuum und Kosmos in der Philosophie der Renaissance (Leipzig – Berlin: 1927, reprinted Darmstadt: 1963 and later). 84 August Buck, “Die Auseinandersetzung mit Jacob Burckhardts Renaissancebegriff,” in Respublica Guelpherbytana: Wolfenbütteler Beiträge zur Renaissance- und Barockfor schung. Festschrift für Paul Raabe, ed. August Buck and Martin Bircher (Amsterdam: 1987), pp. 7–34, in paricular on individualism pp. 10–12, 24–28 and 33. See also Clemens Zintzen, “Antike und Renaissance,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 31,2 (1996): 103–129, in particular pp.
253–272. For the horoscope of Augustus recently Alfred Schmid, Augustus und die Macht der Sterne. Antike Astrologie und die Etablierung der Monarchie in Rom (Cologne: 2005). Simonetta Terio, Der Steinbock als Herrschaftszeichen des Augustus Orbis antiquus. 42 (Münster: 2006), pp. 134–155. 52 Andreas Goldmayer, Strassburgische Chronica, astrologisch beschrieben (Straßburg: 1636). ] der Stadt Würtzburg (Nuremberg: 1645). See Wilhelm Knappich, Geschichte der Astrologie (Frankfort: 1967, 19983), 286.