&C...............4 | |

Astr S 46 23 shalt esely knowe, &c. Furthermore, if it so | 1376 |

Astr S 46 34 flod or of the ebbe, as it is before seyd, &c. | 1388 |

Astr S 46 39 as thou dide before, &c. Or ellis know | 1392 |

Astr S 46 45 be it night or day; &c. | 1398 |

12-PARTYES.......1 | |

Astr S 41 118 is 5 12-partyes of the heyght the space between | 1176 |

6-PARTY..........1 | |

Astr S 42 118 thou shalt finde that 10 is the 6-party of 60. | 1196 |

A................109 | |

Astr 2 1 15 a litel within the degre. And thus knowe I this | 16 |

Astr 2 1 23 the firste degre of Capricorne a lite within the | 24 |

Astr 2 3 7 west syde. Tak this manere of settyng for a | 54 |

Astr 2 3 28 bordure upon a capital lettre that is clepid | 76 |

Astr 2 3 65 have take a just ascendent by thin Astrelabie, | 112 |

Astr 2 3 66 or elles to have set justly a clokke, whan eny | 112 |

Astr 2 3 77 of the clokke, in taking of a just ascendent in | 124 |

Astr 2 3 78 a portatif Astrelabie it is to hard to knowe -- | 124 |

Astr 2 4 Rub A special declaracioun of the ascendent. | 128 |

Astr 2 4 2 as in questions and eleccions of tymes, is a | 130 |

Astr 2 4 17 is to seyn, the first hous or the est angle, is a | 146 |

Astr 2 4 33 for to be fortunat or infortunat, as thus: A | 162 |

Astr 2 4 39 But thei wol caste that thei have a fortunat | 168 |

Astr 2 4 46 fro the ascendent, as in an angle, or in a succident | 174 |

Astr 2 4 62 10 degrees, and thilke porcioun they clepe a | 190 |

Astr 2 4 63 face. And although that a planete have a latitude | 192 |

Astr 2 4 63 face. And although that a planete have a latitude | 192 |

Astr 2 5 10 over-gret a poynt of a compas (for bothe | 210 |

Astr 2 5 10 over-gret a poynt of a compas (for bothe | 210 |

Astr 2 5 18 there a prikke of ynke. Sett doun agayn the | 218 |

Astr 2 7 4 bordure set a pricke. Turne than thy riet | 258 |

Astr 2 11 10 to come fro such a tyme to such a tyme by | 322 |

Astr 2 11 10 to come fro such a tyme to such a tyme by | 322 |

Astr 2 12 8 fyl upon a Saturday, peraventure, and atte risyng | 340 |

Astr 2 14 RubA ryet, for a maner curiosite. | 392 |

Astr 2 14 3 Astrelabie, and with a pricke of ynke marke | 394 |

Astr 2 14 6 fynde a degre of thy zodiak according with the | 398 |

Astr 2 15 6 as was such a day in such a month; there varieth | 412 |

Astr 2 15 6 as was such a day in such a month; there varieth | 412 |

Astr 2 16 Rub This chapitre is a maner declaracioun | 420 |

Astr 2 17 12 est syde; and tak a newe ascendent anon-ryght | 454 |

Astr 2 17 24 longitude of a celestiall body rekned, evene | 466 |

Astr 2 17 32 if it be of a planete, rekne than the quantite | 474 |

Astr 2 19 6 And thys merveylous arisyng with a straunge | 506 |

Astr 2 20 4 degre set in the forseide lyne, and set there a | 526 |

Astr 2 20 7 and set there a nother prikke. And whan that | 530 |

Astr 2 21 5 a latitude, or for so smal a latitude, is the table | 544 |

Astr 2 21 5 a latitude, or for so smal a latitude, is the table | 544 |

Astr 2 22 18 soth, that the latitude of eny place in a regioun | 566 |

Astr 2 23 RubA place in a regioun by the preve of the height | 570 |

Astr 2 23 2 is cler and thikke sterred, wayte a tyme til | 572 |

Astr 2 23 4 over the pool artik, and clepe that sterre A; | 574 |

Astr 2 23 6 under A, and under the pool, and clepe that | 576 |

Astr 2 23 8 considrid but oonly to declare that A sitte | 578 |

Astr 2 23 10 the altitude of A from the orisonte, and forget | 580 |

Astr 2 23 11 it not; let A and F goo fare wel tyl | 582 |

Astr 2 23 12 ageynst the dawenyng a gret while, and com | 582 |

Astr 2 23 13 than ageyn, and abid til that A is evene under | 584 |

Astr 2 23 15 sitte over the pool, and A wol sitte under the | 586 |

Astr 2 23 16 pool. Tak than eftsonys the altitude of A from | 586 |

Astr 2 23 20 firste altitude of A excedith his secunde altitude, | 590 |

Astr 2 23 29 A in the evenyng is 56 degrees of height; | 600 |

Astr 2 23 38 another faire conclusioun, thou must have a | 608 |

Astr 2 23 39 plomet hongyng on a lyne, heygher than | 610 |

Astr 2 23 40 thin heved, on a perche; and thilke lyne | 610 |

Astr 2 23 43 seen yf A sitte evene over the pool, and over | 614 |

Astr 2 23 45 pool and over A or day. | 616 |

Astr 2 24 4 fro the orisonte, and make a nombre of | 622 |

Astr 2 25 2 place in a regioun is verrely the space bytwixe | 628 |

Astr 2 25 29 Now yf so be that the semeth to longe a | 656 |

Astr 2 26 20 someres and two wynters in a yer han these | 708 |

Astr 2 26 22 her Astrelabyes ben streight as a lyne, so as | 710 |

Astr 2 27 4 touchith the bordure, and set there a prikke; | 732 |

Astr 2 28 4 and there set a prikke. Turne than thy | 748 |

Astr 2 28 8 and set there a nother prikke. Rekene than | 752 |

Astr 2 29 21 evene upon a smothe ground, and than wol | 808 |

Astr 2 30 1 Loke whan that a planete is in the lyne | 818 |

Astr 2 30 8 fro the wey of the sonne such a quantite of | 824 |

Astr 2 30 13 a quantite of latitude as shewith by thin | 830 |

Astr 2 34 4 there a prikke. Tak than anon-right upon the | 894 |

Astr 2 35 2 a planete, and note it wel; and tak eke anon | 916 |

Astr 2 35 7 a planete, wheither so he moeve forward or | 920 |

Astr 2 38 1 Tak a round plate of metal; for werpyng, | 998 |

Astr 2 38 3 a just compas a lite within the bordure. And | 1000 |

Astr 2 38 3 a just compas a lite within the bordure. And | 1000 |

Astr 2 38 6 in the ground; and ley it evene by a level. | 1004 |

Astr 2 38 8 evene pyn, or a wyr, upright, the smaller the | 1006 |

Astr 2 38 9 better; set thy pyn by a plom-rule evene | 1006 |

Astr 2 38 11 a quarter of the dyametre of thy compas, | 1008 |

Astr 2 38 16 heer-mele; and marke there a pricke with inke. | 1014 |

Astr 2 38 22 than a compas, and mesure evene the myddel | 1020 |

Astr 2 38 23 bitwixe bothe prickes, and set there a prikke. | 1020 |

Astr 2 38 24 Tak me than a rule and draw a strike evene | 1022 |

Astr 2 38 24 Tak me than a rule and draw a strike evene | 1022 |

Astr 2 38 27 in that same place. And yif thou drawe a | 1024 |

Astr 2 39 1 Thys lyne meridional is but a maner descripcioun, | 1032 |

Astr 2 39 25 The longitude of a climat is a lyne ymagined | 1056 |

Astr 2 39 25 The longitude of a climat is a lyne ymagined | 1056 |

Astr 2 39 27 And the latitude of a climat may be | 1058 |

Astr 2 39 33 clepe the latitude of a cuntrey the arch meridian | 1064 |

Astr 2 39 37 of a clymat evene ageynst the pool artik is the | 1068 |

Astr 2 39 38 latitude of a clymat forsoothe. | 1070 |

Astr 2 40 13 tok I a subtil compas, and clepid that oo point | 1086 |

Astr 2 40 14 of my compas A, and that other point F. Than | 1088 |

Astr 2 40 15 tok I the point of A and sette it in the ecliptik | 1088 |

Astr 2 40 26 waxed my label in manere of a peire tables to | 1100 |

Astr 2 40 30 up my compas and sette the point of A in | 1104 |

Astr 2 40 38 the prickes of A and of F; tho turned I my ryet | 1112 |

Astr 2 40 47 a planete in Capricorne ne may not be take by | 1120 |

Astr 2 40 54 meridional; tho tok I the point of A and sette | 1128 |

Astr 2 40 63 longitude; tho sette I the point of A on my | 1136 |

Astr 2 40 79 not in a degre of hir longitude but litel | 1152 |

Astr S 41 15 thy rewle ligge even in a poynt. Ensample as | 1162 |

Astr S 42 14 of 1; I sette ther a prikke at my fot; than | 1182 |

Astr S 42 114 that at the ferste altitude of 1, thou settest a | 1192 |

Astr S 43 5 altitude, and set at thy foot a prikke. Than | 1214 |

Astr S 45 11 wrot a 1397; than withdrow I the laste | 1304 |

Astr S 45 44 is lasse than the yer of oure Lord a 1397, and | 1338 |

Astr S 45 53 findest with thy rote the yer of oure Lord a | 1346 |