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An Astrological Diary of the Seventeenth Century

Samuel Jeake of Rye 1652-1699

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsMichael Hunter (Editor), Annabel Gregory (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7397836M
ISBN 100198229623
ISBN 109780198229629

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An Astrological Diary of the Seventeenth Century: Samuel Jeake of Rye , Samuel Jeake of Rye, Jeake was a merchant and nonconformist with a passionate interest in astrology. His diary, here published for the first time, intersperses a detailed record of his life with horoscopes. From Egyptian, Chinese, and Pre-Columbian divinatory calendars to modern Astrology, through the 15th century golden age, then the 17th century obscurantism, there is a host of things to say. Throughout the century, depending on the continent studied, astrology was perceived, accepted, and practiced in .

Apr 29,  · A page of one of Aubrey’s manuscripts, showing his sketches, corrections, and on the upper right-hand-side, a partly completed horoscope, has been reprinted by Bennett (click on the image for a clearer picture): (In Bray at al, eds, p, image taken from a British Library handout from here) Accidents also features in Samuel Jeake’s diary. Mar 30,  · In the late seventeenth century, the generation of astronomers beginning with Isaac Newton no longer believed in or practised astrology, although Newton, an astronomical autodidact, learnt his astronomy from the books of Vincent Wing and Thomas Streete, both of .


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A seventeenth-century merchant and nonconformist from Rye in Sussex, Samuel Jeake had a passionate interest in astrology. In his diary—recently recovered in Los Angeles and published here for the first time—Jeake not only recorded the events of his life; he subjected them to astrological scrutiny, interspersing his text with horoscopes.

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