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

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Indices

INDEX OF PERSONS
Abano, Pietro d’, 13, 18
Abelard, Peter, 9–10
Abenragel, Haly, 22, 46, 95–96, 206, 237, 240
Achillini, Alessandro, 48
Adrian vi, 43, 139
Afinius, Henricus, 48, 52
Agrippa, Cornelius, 145
Ailly, Pierre d’, 8, 11, 47–48, 53, 60–61, 92, 95, 99, 159
Alardus of Amsterdam, 119
Alba, Duke of, 222–223
Albategnius, 75
Albert of Hohenzollern, 204
Albertus Magnus, 46, 48, 92, 95
Al-Biruni, 12
Albohali, 22
Albumasar, 14–15, 22, 60–61, 75, 88, 91–92, 95–96, 141, 145, 199
Alcabitius, 18, 22, 46, 95
Alderotti, Taddeo, 13
Aleander, Jerome, 139
Alfonso x, 164
Alfraganus, 180
Algoet, Livinus, 120
Alhazen, 177–178
Al-Kindi, 11, 22, 72, 77, 170, 207, 211
Almansor, 105
Alpetragius, 166
Angelo, Jacopo d’, 114
Angelus, Joannes, 11, 48
Apian, Petrus, 117, 121, 123, 126–127, ‘86
Aquinas, Thomas, 10, 19, 21, 58–59
Arias Montanus, Benito, 223
Aristotle, 8, 20–21, 23–26, 46, 50–51. 59- 67–71, 88, 96, 165–167, 171, 173, 212–213, 259, 267
Arnaut of Zwolle, Henry, 34
Arsenius, Gualterus, 241, 263
Augustine, 8, 50, 101, 217–220
Avenrodoan, Haly, 22, 76, 93, 174–177
Aventinus, Joannes, 203
Avicenna, 67
Bacherius, Petrus, 223
Bacon, Roger, 61, 72, 99, 171, 173, 177
Baers, Sebastian, 187
Baius, Michael, 224
Barbaro Ermolao, 81
Barlandus, Adrianus, 117, 194
Barlandus, Hubertus, 193–194
Bate, Henricus, 92
Bazelius, Nicolaus, 159–160
Beausard, Petrus, 124, 130, 192
Becker, Jan, 194
Bellanti, Lucio, 13, 17, 24–27, 56, 79–253-254
Beneventanus, Marcus, 85
Bergagne, Antoine-Marie, 174
Berghen, Adriaan van, 97
Bessarion, Cardinal, 51, 240
Biem, Martin, 203
Biesius, Nicolaus, 195
Block, Joannes, 42
Bodier, Thomas, 254
Bodin, Jean, 223
Boethius, 40, 110–111, 124
Boileau de Buillon, 186
Bollaert, Roeland, 114, 117–118
Bonatti, Guido, 8, 45, 105, 256
Bovelles, Charles de, 110
Brahe, Tycho, 4, 212, 257, 263269

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