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The Book of Fixed Stars by Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi https://www.facebook.com/stephen.ellcock/media_set?set=a.10152658834560337.1073742075.674815336&type=3

The Book of Fixed Stars by Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi https://www.facebook.com/stephen.ellcock/media_set?set=a.10152658834560337.1073742075.674815336&type=3

The last lunar mansion of Scorpio القَلْبُ "al-ḳalb" - (the heart [of the Scorpion]) in Arabic, ज्येष्ठा “Jyeṣṭhā” (The Eldest, Most Excellent) in Sanskrit or रोहिणी “Rohiṇī” (The Red One) in Sanskrit, symbolized by a round talisman, ring or earring in Jyotish from [Wellcome MS Persian 373] Thumbnail 184 of Nujum al-'Ulum 'Stars of Sciences' copied from an earlier work (dated AD 1575), which was probably commissioned by ‘Ali’ Adil Shah II of Bijapur in India.

The last lunar mansion of Scorpio القَلْبُ "al-ḳalb" - (the heart [of the Scorpion]) in Arabic, ज्येष्ठा “Jyeṣṭhā” (The Eldest, Most Excellent) in Sanskrit or रोहिणी “Rohiṇī” (The Red One) in Sanskrit, symbolized by a round talisman, ring or earring in Jyotish from [Wellcome MS Persian 373] Thumbnail 184 of Nujum al-'Ulum 'Stars of Sciences' copied from an earlier work (dated AD 1575), which was probably commissioned by ‘Ali’ Adil Shah II of Bijapur in India.

A dragon (thu‘ban) Illustration from Marvels of Things Created and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing (Ajā’ib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharā’ib al-mawjūdāt - كتاب عجائب المخلوقات وغرائب الموجودات) by Zakarīyā’ ibn Muḥammad al-Qazwīnī, originally published in 1283

Maravillas de las cosas creadas y aspectos milagrosos de las cosas existentes / illustrated version of a Arabic treatise by Zakariya al-Qazwini titled ‘Ajā’ib al-makhlūqāt wa-gharā’ib al-mawjūdāt

Ikd al-Juman fi Tarihi Ahl al-Zaman by Imam Kadi Mahmud ibn Ahmed ibn Musa ibn Huseyin ibn Yusuf ibn Mahmud Bedreddin al-Ayni of Antep (d. 1451), known as Imam Ayni translated into Turkish by Mirzazade Salim Efendi (d, 1743) who added 46 miniature paintings depicting the fixed stars and zodiac signs. The 48 illustrations are on pages 19b-30b of the manuscript.

Ikd al-Juman fi Tarihi Ahl al-Zaman by Imam Kadi Mahmud ibn Ahmed ibn Musa ibn Huseyin ibn Yusuf ibn Mahmud Bedreddin al-Ayni of Antep (d. 1451), known as Imam Ayni translated into Turkish by Mirzazade Salim Efendi (d, 1743) who added 46 miniature paintings depicting the fixed stars and zodiac signs. The 48 illustrations are on pages 19b-30b of the manuscript.

Kitab suwar al-kawakib al-thabita (Book of the Images of the Fixed Stars) of al-Sufi Author: `Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi  (903–86) Object Name: Illustrated manuscript Date: late 15th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions: H. 10 3/16 in. (25.8 cm) W. 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm)

Kitab suwar al-kawakib al-thabita (Book of the Images of the Fixed Stars) of al-Sufi Author: `Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi (903–86) Object Name: Illustrated manuscript Date: late 15th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Ink and gold on paper; leather binding Dimensions: H. 10 3/16 in. (25.8 cm) W. 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm)

Navagraha - Nine Planets. All the navagraha have relative movement with respect to the background of fixed stars in the zodiac. This includes the planets: Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn, the Sun, the Moon, as well as positions in the sky, Rahu (north or ascending lunar node) and Ketu (south or descending lunar node). According to some, Grahas are the "markers of influence" that point out the karmic influence on the behavior of living beings.

Navagraha - Nine Planets. All the navagraha have relative movement with respect to the background of fixed stars in the zodiac. This includes the planets: Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn, the Sun, the Moon, as well as positions in the sky, Rahu (north or ascending lunar node) and Ketu (south or descending lunar node). According to some, Grahas are the "markers of influence" that point out the karmic influence on the behavior of living beings.

Less familiar in the West, but no less influential, is the tenth-century Persian astronomer Ἁbd al-Raḥmān al-Ṣūfī (903–986), usually known simply as al-Ṣūfī, or Azophi in Latinized form. Al-Ṣūfī was the Arabic successor to Ptolemy at a time when the Greek tradition in astronomy had died out in the West but was being rediscovered in the Middle East   https://www.facebook.com/stephen.ellcock/media_set?set=a.10152658834560337.1073742075.674815336&type=3

Less familiar in the West, but no less influential, is the tenth-century Persian astronomer Ἁbd al-Raḥmān al-Ṣūfī (903–986), usually known simply as al-Ṣūfī, or Azophi in Latinized form. Al-Ṣūfī was the Arabic successor to Ptolemy at a time when the Greek tradition in astronomy had died out in the West but was being rediscovered in the Middle East https://www.facebook.com/stephen.ellcock/media_set?set=a.10152658834560337.1073742075.674815336&type=3

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