Leo From an egyptian manuscript from the 14th/15th centuries. It reproduces a persian astrological treatise from ~9th century - 'Kitâb al-Mawalid' - by Abû Ma'shar, said to have been the most influential document in the development of western astrology. [Possibly otherwise known as 'The Book of Nativities' or 'The Book of Revolution of the Birth Years'.]
Al-Jazari's largest astronomical clock was the "castle clock", which was about 11 ft. high and had multiple functions besides time-keeping. It included a display of the zodiac and the solar and lunar orbits.
Traité des nativités, par le Ḥakîm , titre qui, probablement, désigne Aboû Maʿschar