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An Irish Astronomical Tract

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Table of Contents

Background details and bibliographic information
Preamble
The CELT edition as a single file

Sources of the Work.

The MSS.

Possible Date.

Caibidil 1

p.6

Firmamentum est etcetera.

Caibidil 2

p.8

Do na cethri duilibh & da n-inadaibh & mar da orduig an tuismiteoir iat.

Caibidil 3

p.10

Dicunt philosophi etcetera.

Caibidil 4

p.12

Calor et Frigheditas etcetera

Caibidil 5

p.16

Terra est in medio etcetera

Caibidil 6

p.18

Notum est unum quodque quatuor elementorum etcetera .

Caibidil 7

p.20

Argumentum ad rotunditatem terrae etcetera.

Caibidil 8

p.34

Maria et flumina diuersa loca matant etcetera.

Caibidil 9

p.38

Calor et frigidus opus uetimens in terrum, etc.

Caibidil 10

p.44

Don da cnoc ar lasadh atara(?) .i. Etna an Sisaile & Ueranes is in Apaile a inad(?) na sulfure . Dico quod occacio huius ignis est etcetera .

Caibidil 11

p.44

Luna uisbiliter in mare etcetera.

Caibidil 12

p.48

Solent quidam imperiti aserere etcetera

Caibidil 13

p.56

Dico sicut superius ueraciter etcetera.

Caibidil 14

p.62

Quando Deus firmamentum creauit etcetera.

Caibidil 15

p.72

Sciendum est etcetera.

Caibidil 16

p.76

Qui perfecte circulos liniasque etcetera.

Caibidil 17

p.80

Dexamlacht ergi & dul fai na greine a moran da cricaib .

Caibidil 18

p.84

Do med na greini .

Caibidil 19

p.86

Si autem sol minoris esset cainnditatis etcetera.

Caibidil 20

p.86

Nissisario idhitur fadentum est.

Caibidil 21

p.88

Luna nicel luminis abet nisi etcetera.

Caibidil 22

p.92

Da cuis eclipsis an re .

Caibidil 23

p.94

Manifestum est etcetera.

Caibidil 24

p.100

Dico quod Luna Soli quasam eclipsis etcetera.

Caibidil 25

p.104

Luna non uidetur priusquam etcetera .

Caibidil 26

p.106

Degsamlacht soluis an re & na n-airdrinnach. A n-egsamlacht. Dico qud Luna ac sidera etcetera.

Caibidil 27

p.108

Constat quod quatuor spere lune etcetera.

Caibidil 28

p.112

Da cercallaib na greine .

Caibidil 29

p.114

D'ordugad na deich speireadh .

Caibidil 30

p.118

Sciendum est quia maccima spera etcetera.

Caibidil 31

p.120

Secunda spera post macsimam speram etcetera.

Caibidil 32

p.124

Dico quod Saturnus per catuor etcetera..

Caibidil 33

p.128

Postquam Saturne sperus motus etcetera.

Caibidil 34

p.132

Da speir na n-airdrinnach n-daingin.

Caibidil 35

p.132

Ad hec indiganda geomitrica sunt.

Caibidil 36

p.134

Antiqui linea ab Oriente ad Occidentem etcetera .

Caibidil 37

p.142

Do na h-inadaibh a na fuil an bliadain uile na h-en la & na h-en aithe.

Caibidil 38

p.146

Do na gaethaib, cred iat & casa ticit siat.

Caibidil 39

p.150

Do na nelaibh, don toirnidh & don fertain & do na soidnenaibh .

Caibidil 40

p.156

Do na h-ainminntib fastacha nemcedfadaca .

Caibidil 1

p.7

Firmamentum est, etcetera.

Caibidil 2

p.9

The four elements, and their positions as the Creator ordained them.

Caibidil 3

p.11

Dicunt philosophi, etcetera.

Caibidil 4

p.13

Calor et frigiditas, etcetera.

Caibidil 5

p.17

Terra est in medio, etcetera.

Caibidil 6

p.19

Notum est unum quodque elementorum, etcetera.

Caibidil 7

p.21

Argumentum ad rotunditatem terrae, etcetera.

Caibidil 8

p.35

Maria et flumina diversa loca mutant, etcetera.

Caibidil 9

p.39

Calor et frigus opus vehemens in terram, etcetera.

Caibidil 10

p.45

Concerning the two Volcanoes, Etna in Sicily and Vesuvius in Apulia, in the sulphurous region. Dico quod occasio huius ignis est, etc.

Caibidil 11

p.45

Luna visibiliter in mare, etcetera.

Caibidil 12

p.49

Solent quidam imperiti asserere, etcetera.

Caibidil 13

p.57

Dico sicut superius ueraciter, etcetera.

Caibidil 14

p.63

Quando deus firmamentum creauit, etcetera.

Caibidil 15

p.73

Sciendum est, etcetera.

Caibidil 16

p.77

Qui perfecte circulos lineasque etcetera.

Caibidil 17

p.81

Concerning the different sunrise and sunset in many countries.

Caibidil 18

p.85

Concerning the size of the sun.

Caibidil 19

p.87

Si autem sol minoris esset quantitatis, etcetera.

Caibidil 20

p.87

Necessario igitur fatendum est.

Caibidil 21

p.89

Luna nihil luminis habet nisi suscipet a sole, etcetera.

Caibidil 22

p.93

Concerning the cause of the eclipse of the moon.

Caibidil 23

p.95

Manifestum est, etcetera.

Caibidil 24

p.101

Dico quod Luna Soli causam eclipsis, etcetera.

Caibidil 25

p.105

Luna non videtur priusquam, etcetera.

Caibidil 26

p.107

The characteristic of the light of the moon and of the constellations. Their characteristic (sic).

Caibidil 27

p.109

Constat quod quatuor sphaerae Lunae, etcetera.

Caibidil 28

p.113

Concerning the spheres of the sun.

Caibidil 29

p.115

Concerning the order of the ten spheres.

Caibidil 30

p.119

Sciendum est quia maxima sphaera, etcetera.

Caibidil 31

p.121

Secunda sphaera post maximam sphaeram etcetera

Caibidil 32

p.125

Dico quod Saturnus per quattuor, etcetera.

Caibidil 33

p.129

Postquam Saturni sphaera motus, etcetera.

Caibidil 34

p.133

Concerning the sphere of the fixed stars.

Caibidil 35

p.133

Ad haec indicanda geometrica sunt.

Caibidil 36

p.135

Antiqui linea ab oriente ad occidentem, etcetera.

Caibidil 37

p.143

Concerning the places where the whole year is one day and one night.

Caibidil 38

p.147

Concerning the winds; what they are, and whence they come.

Caibidil 39

p.151

Concerning the clouds, thunder, rain and lightning.

Caibidil 40

p.157

Concerning animate, growing objects, destitute of sensation.

Caibidil 1

p.135

FIRMAMENTUM EST, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 2

p.136

The four elements, and their positions as the Creator ordained them.

Caibidil 3

p.137

. DICUNT PHILOSOPHI, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 4

p.138

CALOR ET FRIGIDITAS, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 5

p.139

TERRA EST IN MEDIO, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 6

p.140

NOTUM EST UNUM QUODQUE ELEMENTORUM, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 7

p.141

ARGUMENTUM AD ROTUNDITATEM TERRAE, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 8

p.145

MARIA ET FLUMINA DIVERSA LOCA MUTANT, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 9

p.147

CALOR ET FRIGUS OPUS VEHEMENS IN TERRAM, ETCETERA.

Caibidil 10

p.149

Concerning the two volcanoes, Etna in Sicily and Vesuvius in Apulia, in the sulfurous region. DICO QUOD OCCASIO HUlUS IGNIS EST, ETCETERA.

Caibidil 11

p.150

LUNA VISIBILITER IN MARE, ETCETERA.

Caibidil 12

p.152

SOLENT QUIDAM IMPERIT ASSERERE, ETCETERA.

Caibidil 13

p.154

DICO SICUT SUPERIUS VERACITER, ETCETERA.

Caibidil 14

p.156

QUANDO DEUS FIRMAMENTUM CREAVIT, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 15

p.159

SCIENDUM EST, ETCETERA.

Caibidil 16

p.161

QUI PERFECTE CIRCULOS LINEASQUE ETCETERA..

Caibidil 17

p.162

Concerning the different sunrise and sunset in many countries:

Caibidil 18

p.164

Concerning the size of the sun:

Caibidil 19

p.165

SI AUTEM SOL MINORIS ESSET QUANTITATIS, ETCETERA..

Caibidil 20

p.166

NECESSARIO IGITUR FATENDUM EST..

Caibidil 21

p.166

LUNA NIHIL LUMINIS HABET NISI, ETCETERA..

Caibidil 22

p.170

Concerning the cause of the eclipse of the moon:

Caibidil 23

p.172

MANIFESTUM EST, ETCETERA..

Caibidil 24

p.175

DICO QUOD LUNA SOLI CAUSAM ECLIPSIS, ETCETERA..

Caibidil 25

p.178

LUNA NON VIDETUR PRIUSQUAM, ETCETERA..

Caibidil 26

p.178

The characteristic of the light of the moon and of the constellations:

Caibidil 27

p.180

27. CONSTAT QUOD QUATUOR SPHAERAE LUNAE, ET CETERA..

Caibidil 28

p.182

Concerning the spheres of the sun.

Caibidil 29

p.183

Concerning the order of the ten spheres.

Caibidil 30

p.186

SCIENDUM EST QUIA MAXIMA SPHAERA, ET CETERA..

Caibidil 31

p.187

SECUNDA SPHAERA POST MAXIMAM SPHAERAM ETCETERA.

Caibidil 32

p.188

DICO QUOD SATURNUS PER QUATUOR ETCETERA..

Caibidil 33

p.192

POSTQUAM SATURNI SPHAERA MOTUS, ETCETERA..

Caibidil 34

p.193

Concerning the sphere of the fixed stars.

Caibidil 35

p.194

AD HAEC INDICANDA GEOMETRICA SUNT..

Caibidil 36

p.196

ANTIQUI LINEA AB ORIENTE AD OCCIDENTEM, ET CETERA..

Caibidil 37

p.199

DUO IN TERRE LOCA ESSE NOVIMUS, ET CETERA.

Caibidil 38

p.201

Concerning the winds; what they are, and whence they come.

Caibidil 39

p.201

Concerning the clouds, thunder, rain and lightning.

Caibidil 40

p.204

Concerning animate, growing objects, destitute of sensation.

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