The Limits of Influence: Pico, Louvain, and the Crisis of Renaissance Astrology

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1.View of LOUVAIN, c. 1600. (Copyright Leuven, Universiteitsbibliotheek.)
2.Paul of MIDDELBURG, Invectiva (…) in supersticiosum quondam astrologum [Johannem Lichtenberger] (Antwerp, 1492). Title page. (Copyright Paris, Bibliothèque nationale.)
3.Joannes LAET, Prognostic acie voor 1478 (Louvain, 1477). Fragments. (Copyright Paris, Bibliothèque nationale.)
4.Cornelius Duplicius de SCEPPER, Assertio fidei adversus astrologos (…) (Antwerp and Cologne, 1523). Astrological chart of the conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter in Pisces (1 February 1524).
5.Gemma FRISIUS in his Louvain workshop (Jan van Stalburch, 1557). (Copyright Brussel, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Prentenkabinet.)
6.Gemma FRISILJS, De principiis astronomiaeCosmographiae (…) (Antwerp, 1544). Title page. (Copyright Leuven, Universiteitsbibliotheek.)
7.Gerard MERCATOR, Astrological disc (Louvain, 1551). Front. (Copyright Basel, Historisches Museum.)
8.Gerard MERCATOR, Astrological disc (Louvain, 1551). Front: Libra to Sagittarius. (Copyright Basel, Historisches Museum.)
9.Gemma FRISIUS, De Radio Astronomico & Geometrico liber (…) (Antwerp and Louvain, 1545). Title page. (Copyright Leuven, Universiteitsbibliotheek.)
10.Joannes STADIUS, Tabulae Bergenses (…) defixis stellis Commentarius(…) (Cologne, 1560),p. 238. Update for 1560 of Ptolemy’s astrological star catalogue, constellations of Leo and Virgo. (Copyright Leuven, Universiteitsbibliotheek.)
11.Joannes STADIUS, Ephemerides novae et auctae (…) (Cologne, 1560). Birth chart of René de Châlon (4 February 1519). (Copyright Leuven, Universiteitsbibliotheek.)

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