Greek text with English translation; introduction and commentary in English.
Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE ASTROLOGY 1. Introduction: All the World's a Stage 2. Ars Divina 3. Human Science 4. The Manethoniana 5. Ps.-Manetho Books 2, 3, 6, and their Comparanda The Comparanda The Relationship between Ma and the Comparanda The relationship between Ma and `Par. Anub.' Remarks on Method Streamlining Treatment of detail Condensation Conclusions pt. TWO POETICS 1. Orthographica, Phonologica, Morphologica Orthographica Accentuation Articulation Aspiration Diphthongs Remedies for lengthened short vowels in final syllables Varia Phonologica α/η ρρ/ρσ ττ/σσ Contraction Vowel quantities Morphologica Stem Ending Conclusion Word-Formation 2. Syntax Particles Definite Article Pronouns Adjectives Prepositions `Aπo' `Eν' Es (temporal) Expressions for `with' Nouns and pronouns placed before their governing preposition Tmesis Verbs Conditional and temporal clauses Indirect questions Relative clauses Final clauses Causal clauses `Before' and `until' Summary 3. Poetic Diction Early Greek Hexameter Poetry Note on tragedy, lyric, and elegy Hellenistic Poetry 4. Techniques of Adaptation On Creating an Astrological Vocabulary ... ... And on Using It 5. Information Structure and Segmentation Connections Word-Order Book 2 Book 3 Book 6 In sum: information density Narrator and Addressee 6. Style Protasis and Apodosis Filling the Line with Content Particularisations Miscellanea 7. Metre Outer Metric Schemes Numbers Inner Metric Caesuras Word-break and the second foot Bulloch's Law Hermann's Bridge Tiedke's Law Tetracola Final monosyllables Prosody Muta cum liquida/Attic correption Hiatus Crasis and synizesis Elision Lengthening Summary pt. THREE THE WORLD OF ASTROLOGY 1. Introduction 2. The Self 3. Class and Status 4. Social Groups 5. The Family 6. Ethics Virtue Honour Amiability Other virtues Vice Conclusion 7. Money 8. Professions, Professionals A. Letters B. Technical Expertise C. Money D. Law E. Religion F. Crafts G. Performing Arts H. The Rest 9. The Body The Person under Scrutiny The Sick Body The Sick Mind 10. Conclusions: The Stars and the Emotions pt. FOUR TEXT 1. The Manuscript (Laur. Plut. 28.27) The Collectio Philosophica Palaeographical Description; Later Corrections Organisation of the text Scholia and glosses Textual criticism Marginal signs Orthography Humanist Copies 2. The Edition Prosody Dialect Syntax Apparatus Note on the Translation 3. Sigla 4. Text and Translation pt. FIVE COMMENTARY Book Two 2.1 140. Circles 2.141 9. Transition 2.150 398. Toπικαι Διακρισεισ 2.399 438. Planets with the Sun 2.438 502. Synaphai and Aporrhoiai of the Moon Book Three 3.1 7. Proem 3.8 131. Planets in the Kentra 3.132 226. Planets in Opposition across the Kentra 3.227 362. Aspects 3.363 98. Luminaries and Gender 3.399 428. On the Length of Life Book Six Sample Charts Table of Correspondences 6.1 18. Introduction 6.19 112. Nurture 6.113 223. Marriage 6.224 306. Children 6.307 39. Siblings 6.339 543. Technai 6.544 631. Harms 6.632 84. Loss of Wealth 6.684 731. Birth of Slaves 6.732 7. Recusatio 6.738 50. Sphragis: Horoscope APPENDICES Appendix 1 Technical Vocabulary Divisions of the heavens Individual kentra Behind and before Aspect Witness Regard Types of aspect Planets The Moon Note on Motion Appendix 2 Planetary Names and Epithets Types of name The use of epithets The planets' epithets: semantic range and sources Conclusions.