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Egyptian astronomical texts

O. Neugebauer

Egyptian astronomical texts

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Published by Brown University Press, Lund Humphries in Providence, RI, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astronomy, Egyptian.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby O.Neugebauer and Richard A.Parker. 3, Decans, planets, constellations and zodiacs : text.
    SeriesBrown egyptological studies -- 6
    ContributionsParker, Richard Anthony, 1905-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination273 p. :
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21567975M

    Neugebauer and Parker published three volumes of ancient Egyptian astronomical texts from before the time of Alexander the Great (see Neugebauer and Parker). These many texts from ancient Egypt show that we have an understanding of their ancient knowledge of astronomy.


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One of the most important Egyptian astronomical texts was the Book of Nut, going back to the Middle Kingdom or earlier. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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The coffin texts of the Middle Kingdom and the various religious books of the New Kingdom and the Late Period (Am-Duat, Book of Day and Night, Book of Caverns, Book. EGYPTIAN ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, AND CALENDRICAL RECKONINGINTRODUCTIONTHE FIRST CALENDARLATER CALENDARSTHE HOURS OF THE NIGHT AND DAYTHE DECANS IN TRANSITTHE RAMESSIDE STAR CLOCKSASTRONOMICAL MONUMENTSTHE NORTHERN CONSTELLATIONSTHE PLANETSTHE DECANS IN THE ZODIACTHE ZODIACS OF.

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The Papyrus Carlsberg Collection Hop til / Skip to: O. Neugebauer - R. Parker, Egyptian astronomical texts, I: The early decans (Rhode Island, ), esp. 36. The Ancient Egyptian astronomical texts give the position of the stars during the 12 hours of the night at intervals of 15 days, and from this information, the change in location of a particular point in the sky can be measured.

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The Egyptian Origins of Planetary Hypsomata by Joanne Conman This paper is dedicated with much thankfulness to the memory of Dr. Jorge Roberto Ogden Aquino Abstract Specific Egyptian decan stars that were venerated in Middle Kingdom Coffin Texts appear to have survived as the "places of secret" in later Babylonian astrological texts and.Author of The exact sciences in antiquity, History of Ancient Mathematical Astronomy, Egyptian astronomical texts, Greek horoscopes, Astronomical Cuneiform Texts, Astronomy and history, Astronomical Cuneiform Texts: Babylonian Ephemerides of the Seleucid Period for the Motion of the Sun, the Moon, and the Planets (Sources in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences) (v.

5). In their Egyptian Astronomical Texts (4 Volumes, ). Neugebauer and Parker deal solely with surviving astronomical texts. years of Egyptian astronomy filled just 3 volumes of text (comprising some pages only). This is meagre when compared to Babylonian astronomy sources (particularly late Babylonian sources).