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Illuminated Manuscript, Compendium of computistical texts, Diagram of the Zodiac. Created in England in the late twelfth century, this manuscript was intended to be a scientific textbook for monks. The manuscript is brief at nine folios, and was designed as a compendium of cosmographical knowledge drawn from early Christian writers such as Bede and Isidore, as well as the later Abbo of Fleury.

Illuminated Manuscript, Compendium of computistical texts, Diagram of the Zodiac. Created in England in the late twelfth century, this manuscript was intended to be a scientific textbook for monks. The manuscript is brief at nine folios, and was designed as a compendium of cosmographical knowledge drawn from early Christian writers such as Bede and Isidore, as well as the later Abbo of Fleury.

Arabic illustration explaining the phases of the Moon.  Medieval manuscript on exhibit at the Getty Research Institute at the Getty Center.

Arabic illustration explaining the phases of the Moon. Medieval manuscript on exhibit at the Getty Research Institute at the Getty Center.

Occult Manuscript-Talisman-Ahmad ibn ‘Ali al-Buni

Occult Manuscript-Talisman-Ahmad ibn ‘Ali al-Buni

Shems el-meʿarif ve letaïf el-ʿavarif- Ahmed ibn ʿAli ibn Yousouf el-Bouni-1575-1600

Shems el-meʿarif ve letaïf el-ʿavarif- Ahmed ibn ʿAli ibn Yousouf el-Bouni-1575-1600

Manuscript-Metaliʿü'l-saadet ve yenabiʿü-l-siyadet Seyyid Mohammed ibn Emir Hasan el-Suʿudî, 1582, Gallica,BnF

Manuscript-Metaliʿü'l-saadet ve yenabiʿü-l-siyadet Seyyid Mohammed ibn Emir Hasan el-Suʿudî, 1582, Gallica,BnF

An Imperial Ottoman Calendar made for Sultan Abdulmecid I, drafted by Mehmet Sadullah, Turkey, dated 1260 AH/1844 AD | lot | Sotheby's

An Imperial Ottoman Calendar made for Sultan Abdulmecid I, drafted by Mehmet Sadullah, Turkey, dated 1260 AH/1844 AD | lot | Sotheby's

Manuscript-Metaliʿü'l-saadet ve yenabiʿü-l-siyadet Seyyid Mohammed ibn Emir Hasan el-Suʿudî, 1582, Gallica,BnF

Manuscript-Metaliʿü'l-saadet ve yenabiʿü-l-siyadet Seyyid Mohammed ibn Emir Hasan el-Suʿudî, 1582, Gallica,BnF

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Anwār al-nujūm (The lights of the stars) by an author who appears to have stated his name as Jamist al-Rumi (Jamist the Byzantinian). The work is based on Al-zīj al-jadīd (The new astronomical tabulations) by Alī ibn Ibrāhīm Ibn al-Shāṭir (died 1375).

Anwār al-nujūm (The lights of the stars) by an author who appears to have stated his name as Jamist al-Rumi (Jamist the Byzantinian). The work is based on Al-zīj al-jadīd (The new astronomical tabulations) by Alī ibn Ibrāhīm Ibn al-Shāṭir (died 1375).