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the drawing up and interpretation of horoscopes

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All the 440 students were examined clinically by horoscopy findings noted and the following 102 students have hearing impairment.
This seminal work set the tone for her subsequent researches on the ancient Near Eastern scientific traditions, and since then she has been producing various pivotal scholarly articles, as well as two important monographs, Babylonian Horoscopes (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1998) and The Heavenly Writing: Divination, Horoscopy, and Astronomy in Mesopotamian Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ.
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 recognition of the zodiac in the fifth century then developed into horoscopy in the very late stages of cuneiform culture, the Achaemenid (sixth to fourth centuries) and the Seleucid eras (third to second centuries).
In fact it is on the basis of the techniques of horoscopy that Marsilio deals with the qualities of Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco dei Medici.