horoscopy


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the drawing up and interpretation of horoscopes

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Rochberg's chief intention is to collect her key articles pertaining to Babylonian celestial divination, horoscopy, astronomy, and their legacy, particularly in the Greco-Roman world, for scholars who are increasingly interested in the development and transmission of these areas.
She details the rise of Babylonian horoscopy traditions, which emerge in around 500 B.
If you watch any morning TV programme, you will find one thing common to many of them: every show has a witch doctor who, in the name of Allah, psychology or horoscopy claims that he or she can fix your problems no matter how serious or incurable they sound.
The essays, originally published in journals and festschrifts cover the development of astrology, divination, the Zodiac and horoscopy.