Ulugh Beg's Catalogue of Stars, revised from all Persian manuscripts existing in Great Britain, with a vocabulary of Persian and Arabic words

@article{DUlughBC,
  title={Ulugh Beg's Catalogue of Stars, revised from all Persian manuscripts existing in Great Britain, with a vocabulary of Persian and Arabic words},
  author={J. L. E. D.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={100},
  pages={185-186}
}
THIS work forms a sequel to Mr. Knobel's edition of Ptolemy's Catalogue (see NATURE, vol. xcvii., p. 282). Owing to the war he has only been able to use codices existing in England, but these are fortunately rather numerous, and twenty-two Persian and Arabic MSS. have been collated. A partial collation of three Persian MSS. at Paris by the late Prof. C. H. F. Peters has also been utilised.Ulugh Beg's Catalogue of Stars, revised from all Persian manuscripts existing in Great Britain, with a… Expand
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