| 1 Horoscope from Rhetorius for the year 497 CE. ||83|
| 2 Ecliptic and equator. ||87|
| 3 Ecliptic and equator against the visible sky. ||87|
| 4 Latitude and longitude. ||88|
| 6 The direction of the Sun’s diurnal movement. ||89|
| 7 The orbit of the Earth. ||91|
| 8 The Sun seen against the zodiac. ||92|
| 9 Positions of the planets in their orbits relative to Earth. ||93|
| 10 The same positions represented in the birth chart. ||93|
| 11 Diagram from first-century CE papyrus. ||94|
| 12 Types of diagrams in manuscripts. ||94|
| 13 The cardines (as at the equator). ||95|
| 14 Zodiacal houses of the planets. ||96|
| 22 Horoscope of Prince Charles. ||116|
| 23 Figures of the thirty-six decans from a manuscript. ||192|
| 24 Housesteads: schema of Mithraic birth-scene. ||201|
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Book title: Ancient Astrology.
Contributors: Tamsyn Barton - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1994.
Page number: viii.
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