Historia astronomiae temporibus antiquissimis coepit, quia astronomia est veterrima ex scientiis naturalibus, ex antiquitate oriens, atque in religiosas, mythologicas, cosmologicas, calendricas, astrologicasque historiae fides et rationes nitens, quarum vestigia in astrologia iam inveniuntur, disciplina cum astronomia publica diu implicata et revera non omnino in Europa per novationes Copernicanas ex anno 1543 coeptas separata. In nonnullis culturis, data astronomica ad res astrologice vaticinandas adhibebatur. Multae institutiones, praecipue ecclesia Christiana a saeculo duodecimo ad ad aevum Illuminationis[1] investigationibus astronomicis favebant.

Machinatio Anticytherensis fuit computatrum analogicum ex 150 ad 100 a.C.n., ut locos rerum astronomicarum computaret designatum.

Astronomi antiqui stellas a planetas distinguebant, quia stella per saecula loco constantes manent, cum planetae tempore brevi moventur, ita ut percipi possint

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  1. Heilbron 1999: 3.

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  • McCluskey, Stephen C. (1998). Astronomies and Cultures in Early Medieval Europe. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-77852-2 
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  • Pingree, David (1998), "Legacies in Astronomy and Celestial Omens", in Dalley, Stephanie, The Legacy of Mesopotamia, Oxford University Press, pp. 125–137, ISBN 0-19-814946-8 .
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  • Walker, Christopher, ed. 1996. Astronomy before the telescope. British Museum Press. ISBN 0-7141-1746-3.

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