Ocellus Lucanus.
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Ocellus Lucanus. On the nature of the universe. Taurus, the Platonic philosoher, On the eternity of the world. Julius Firmicus Maternus Of the thema mundi; in which the positions of the stars at the commencement of the several mundane periods is given. Select theorems on the perpetuity of time, by Proelus.

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London,Printed for the translator,1831.

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Science

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Ocellus Lucanus. On the nature of the universe. Taurus, the Platonic philosoher, On the eternity of the world. Julius Firmicus Maternus Of the thema mundi; in which the positions of the stars at the commencement of the several mundane periods is given. Select theorems on the perpetuity of time, by Proelus.

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Taylor, Thomas, 1758-1835
Firmicus Maternus, Julius.
Ocellus Lucanus
Proclus, ca 4-0-48
Taurus Berytius.

Genre

Book

Publication info

London,Printed for the translator,1831.

Subjects

Science

Call Number

Q151 .T24

Language

English

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LCCN: 09019315
OCLC: 6398862

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.18234

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