Historical Sources

Manilius(c.20 CE): Astronomica (translated by G. P. Goold)

Dorotheus of Sidon(c.75 CE): Carmen Astrologicum (translated by David Pingree)

Ptolemy(c.100-178 CE): Tetrabiblos

Vettius Valens(c.120-175 CE): Anthology

Antiochus of Athens(c.200 CE): in Definitions and Foundations (translated by Robert Schmidt)

Porphyry(c.233-304 CE): in Definitions and Foundations (translated by Robert Schmidt)

Firmicus Maternus(c.280-360 CE): Mathesis

Paulus Alexandrinus(c.378 CE): Introductory Matters

Hephaestio of Thebes(380-? CE): Apotelesmatics

Rhetorius the Egyptian(c.505 CE): Astrological Compendium

Māshā’allāh(c.740-815 CE): Book of Aristotle; Works of Sahl & Māshā’allāh

Umar al-Tabari(c.815 CE): Three Books of Nativities

Abu ’Ali al-Khayyat(c.770-835 CE): On the Judgments of Nativities

Sahl Ibn Bishr(c.800-850? CE): Introduction to the Science of the Judgements of the Stars; Works of Sahl & Māshā’allāh

Abu Ma’shar(c.787-886 CE): Abbreviation of the Introduction to Astrology; On the Revolutions of the Years of Nativities

Al-Kindi(c.801-870 CE): On the Stellar Rays; The Forty Chapters

Abu Bakr(c.850-900? CE): On Nativities

Al-Qabisi(c.967 CE): Introduction to Astrology

Al-Biruni(c.973-1048 CE): Book of Instructions in the Elements of the Art of Astrology

Avraham Ibn-Ezra(c.1089-1167 CE): The Beginning of Wisdom;Book of Nativities and Revolutions; Book of Reasons

Guido Bonatti(c.1220-1300? CE): Book of Astronomy

Johannes Schoener(1477-1547 CE): The three books on the Judgment of Nativities

Johannes Kepler(1571-1630 CE): Concerning the more certain Fundamentals of Astrology

Jean Baptiste Morin(1583-1656 CE): Astrologia Gallica

William Lilly(1602-1681 CE): Christian Astrology

Nicholas Culpepper(1616-1654 CE): Astrological Judgement of Diseases

William Ramesey(1626-1676 CE): Astrology Restored

John Gadbury(1627-1704 CE): Doctrine of Nativities

Henry Coley(1633-1707 CE): Key to the Whole Art of Astrology

John Partridge(1644-1715 CE): Opus Reformatum; Mikropanastron

Ebenezer Sibly(1752-1799 CE): The Complete Illustration of the Celestial Art of Astrology

John Worsdale(1766-1826 CE): Celestial Philosophy or Genethliacal Astronomy