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Arabe 6040. >tānī zīj, MS. P1: Iran, Parliament Library, no. 72; MS. P2: Iran, Parliament Library, no. 6027. >tānī, MS. T: Turkey, Aya Sophia Library, no. 2694; MS. Y: Iran, Yazd, Library of ‘Ulūmī, no. 546, its microfilm is available in Tehran University Central Library, no. 2546; MS. P: Iran, Parliament Library, no. 6435. Acknowledgements The author notes with the best thanks and gratitude the suggestions and comments of Dr. Benno van Dalen (Germany), Prof. Alexander Jones, and Prof. Noel Swerdlow (United States).
33 Thiele 1898, 168. 25 42 Proceedings of 5th International Conference of the ESHS, Athens 2012 They all preserve the image of the tail of Draco which ends at the head of the Great Ursa, as Aratus describes it34. Other ancient Aratean characteristics can be found in these mss. 10v and in Basil. 1v, Virgo is without wings, just as it was in Aratus verses35. 10v36 shows constellation images that match the description of the Catasterisms, like the rare old Equus without wings37. Bodm. 7, f. the figure looks like a man crouching.
Their application described in our subsequent contribution proved that the globe also fits with the ancient Greek tradition in mathematical astronomy. References Ackermann, S. (2009), Sternstunden am Kaiserhof. Michael Scotus und sein Buch von den Bildern und Zeichen des Himmels. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Aratus (1997), Phaenomena. Ed. Kidd, D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. BTL-2 (2002), Bibliotheca Teubneriana Latina. CD-ROM. München – Turnhout: K. G. Saur – Brepols. 22 “Habet enim Draco caput erectum, Hercules autem dextro genu nixus, sinistro pede capitis eius dextram partem obprimere conatur; dextra manu sublata ut feriens, sinistra proiecta cum pelle leonis, ut cum maxime dimicans apparet” (Hyginus, De astronomia 2,6).