Among the works written by, or attributed to, Claudius Ptolemy (ca. AD 100–ca. 170), those which enjoyed the warmest reception in the Renaissance were: (1) the Almagest, (2) De Analemmate, (3) Planetary Hypotheses, (4) Quadripartitum and the (spurious) Centiloquium, (5) Geography, (6) Planisphaerium, (7) Optics, (8) Harmonics, and later (9) Phaseis, and (10) On the Criterion (of Truth) and the Commanding-Faculty with the Canobic Inscription.

Ptolemy in the Renaissance

Matteo Cosci
2021

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Among the works written by, or attributed to, Claudius Ptolemy (ca. AD 100–ca. 170), those which enjoyed the warmest reception in the Renaissance were: (1) the Almagest, (2) De Analemmate, (3) Planetary Hypotheses, (4) Quadripartitum and the (spurious) Centiloquium, (5) Geography, (6) Planisphaerium, (7) Optics, (8) Harmonics, and later (9) Phaseis, and (10) On the Criterion (of Truth) and the Commanding-Faculty with the Canobic Inscription.
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