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**Translator's preface** |
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**Book Twenty-Three** |
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Preface |
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3 |

Chapter 1. |
What Astrologers Consider to be a Revolution, and How Many Kinds of Them There Are |
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Chapter 2. |
The Mundane Revolutions of the Planets |
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Chapter 3. |
The Genethliacal Revolutions of the Planets, their Force and Utility |
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Chapter 4. |
For What Place Should the Figure of a Revolution be Erected |
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Chapter 5. |
How a Genethliacal Figure of a Revolution of the Sun May be Erected |
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Chapter 6. |
Whether the Celestial Bodies are Again Determined to the Native, and by How Much |
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Chapter 7. |
Whether the Figure of a Solar Revolution can Prevail Against or Over the Figure of the Geniture or Anything not Signified by the Nativity. A Doctrine Set Forth with Reasons and 25 Figures |
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Chapter 8. |
Whether the Annual Status of the Native can be Sufficiently Known from the Revolution of the Sun Alone if the Revolutions of the Other Planets are Omitted |
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Chapter 9. |
How the Figure of the Revolution of the Moon should be Erected |
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Chapter 10. |
In Which the Force of the Revolutions of the Moon is Shown Through Their Effects in Several Genitures |
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Chapter 11. |
Whether the Genethliacal Revolutions of the Sun and the Moon Should be Distributed in Quarters, and Whether Their Figures Should be Inspected for Accidents Signified by those Revolutions |
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Chapter 12. |
Whether Revolutions Without the Concurrence of Directions can Have any Effect on the Native |
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Chapter 13. |
In Which the Accompaniment of Radical Directions by Revolutions of the Sun is Proved by Many Examples |
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Chapter 14. |
In What Way Revolutions Act; and What Must be Noted both Generally and in Particular about the Times of Their Actions |
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Chapter 15. |
Whether Their Own Directions Should be Assigned to Revolutions of the Sun and the Moon, and in What Way and the Measure of Time |
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Chapter 16. |
In Which the Verity of Revolutionary Directions is Proved by Many Examples in Revolutions of the Sun and the Moon |
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Chapter 17. |
The Ruler of the Revolution |
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Chapter 18. |
The Universal Laws of Judgments on Solar and Lunar Revolutions of Nativities |
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Chapter 19. |
Compendiously Embracing General Things that must be Looked at in Revolutions, with a Directory of Judgment |
137 |

Chapter 20. |
A Caution of no Small Importance that Must Be Observed in Judging Revolutions |
138 |

Appendix 1. |
The Equation of Time |
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Index of Persons |
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Bibliography |
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