Corollaries Chapter 6 Statistical and precision-related properties of the Almagest catalogue 1. The disposition of the ecliptic poles for each of the seven regions of the Almagest star atlas 2.3. Our analysis of individual Almagest constellations 3.1. In reality, the system invented by Tycho Brahe is identical to the Copernican 7.4. Nosovskiy (Moscow, Veche, 2002) Chapter 12 The Egyptian zodiacs 1. Input data for the Horos program that yielded finite interpretation options 5.The compiler of the Almagest may have made a different error in case of every minor constellation group 3.2. Is it true that the book of Copernicus, first published in the alleged year 1543, has reached us in its initial shape and form? Could Johannes Kepler be the editor or even co-author of the "canonical version" of the Copernican oeuvre known to us today? The heliocentric cosmology and the Biblical "stopped sun" 8. In other words, Ptolemy couldn't have lived earlier than the XII century a.d. Obvious dating of the Ptolemaic epoch on Ptolemy's portrait in the old German "Global Chronicles" by Hartmann Schedel 10. The Egyptian zodiacs and the likelihood of their reliable astronomical dating (continuation ) 2. Julian day numbers and the days of solstices and equinoxes as taken for the beginnings of centuries in the past 6.Paperback – July 9, 2007 Delamere Publishing Translated from Russian by Michael Jagger. Project management by Franck Tamdhu (It is published with the permission of the publisher) history.Overview of the seven volumes About the Author Also by Analoly T. The dubious nature of the traditional opinion that Ptolemy's text implies actual "observations" on his part, as well as his "personal participation" in the stellar measurements and observations described in the Almagest 10. Shiryaev Publisher's Note Publisher's Advice Preface by A. Mediaeval catalogues are subject to becoming erroneously dated to an antediluvian epoch 9.What ecliptic point did Ptolemy use for longitudinal reference? Peters' sinusoid in Almagest latitudes Chapter 3 Unsuccessful attempts of dating the Almagest. Our new approach and a brief account of our results 1.
The compensation of the systematic error discovered in the catalogue gives us an opportunity of dating the latter 5.6. Calculating parameters γ(t) and ϕ(t) with the method of minimal squares 4. The dating of the Almagest's creation and how this book assumed its present form. The "ancient" Hipparchus as the apparent phantom reflection of Tycho Brahe, the famous astronomer 7. The identity of the "ancient" Emperor Pius, in whose reign many of Ptolemy's astronomical observations were performed. Scaligerian datings of the manuscripts and the printed editions of the Almagest 4.1. The astronomical boom of the Renaissance: original, not repetition 6.4.1. Bottom-line chronological diagram which demonstrates oddities inherent in the development of the astronomical science in the consensual chronological paradigm of Scaliger and Petavius 6.6. What we know about Copernicus and his astronomical endeavours. Symbolism of the spring equinox point in Pisces 8.4. The "astronomical hieroglyph" of Gemini with a minimal horoscope 9. Tables of fast and named stars of the Almagest that can be identified reliably 2. In re the reliability of latitudinal and longitudinal measurements contained in the Almagest 8.1. Seven areas of the Almagest star atlas revisited with a new concurrence with the previous results 8. The analysis of the coordinate versions as specified in different manuscripts of the Almagest catalogue. Important research of the Almagest by the astronomer Robert Newton and his book entitled "The Crime of Claudius Ptolemy" Chapter 1 Some necessary information related to astronomy and history of astronomy 1. The analysis of the informata distribution across the Almagest catalogue 6.Why the dating of the Almagest by individual star movements gives us no reliable result 2. Verification table for the astronomical solution Chapter 17 Dates ciphered in the monumental temple zodiacs of Dendera and Esna 1. The decipherment of the dating contained in the zodiac from the Greater Temple of Esna (EB) 5.1.