About Galileo nativity

This year is the anniversary of the first edition of Sidereus Nuncius (( Galileo Galilei, . Sidereus nuncius, magna… spectacula pandens… quae a Galileo Galileo,… sunt observata in lunae facie… apprime vero in quatuor planetis circa Jovis stellam disparibus intervallis… quos… novissime author depraehendit primus atque medicea sidera nuncupandos decrevit. Venetiis: apud T. Baglionum, 1610. )), which was published for the first time on the 12th March 1610.

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divisors, chronocrators, almutens and more in a Renaissance geniture

Very recently the Italian astrologer Grazia Bordoni put on line here for  her column in the  site Armonics an old lecture written  by Maurizio Malagoli  for Venice CIDA Congress about the geniture of Alfonso d’Este, illegitimate son of the Duke of Ferrara Alfonso I,  Lucrezia Borgia husband.

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