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Bernard R. Goldstein,
What's new in Ptolemy's Almagest?
Nuncius, 22 (2007) 261-285. [FCUL acesso interno]

Noriss S. Hetherington; Colin A. Ronan,
Ptolemy's Almagest. Fourteen centuries of neglect,
Journal of the British Astronomical Association
, 94 (1984) 256-262. [Nasa ADSABS]

Alexander Jones,
Hipparchus' computations of solar longitudes,
Journal for the History of Astronomy
, 22 (1991) 101-125. [Nasa ADSABS]

A.Pannekoek,
Ptolemy's precession,
Vistas in Astronomy, 1(1) (1955) 60-66. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Y. Maeyama,
Determination of the Sun's Orbit Hipparchus, Ptolemy, al-Battānī, Copernicus, Tycho Brahe,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 53 (1998) 1-49. [Acesso interno FCUL]

G. J. Toomer,
Hipparchus on the Distances of Sun and Moon,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 14 (1974) 126-142. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Noel M. Swerdlow,
On the retrogradation of planets,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 15 (1984) 30-32. [Nasa ADSABS]

Alexander Jones,
Ptolemy's First Commentator,
(Philadelphia: American Philos. Soc., 1990). [Google books]

Stanley E. Babb Jr.,
Accuracy of Planetary Theories, Particularly for Mars,
Isis, 68 (1977) 426-434. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Owen Gingerich,
The Trouble with Ptolemy,
Isis, 93 (2002) 70-74. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Alexander Jones,
The Adaptation of Babylonian Methods in Greek Numerical Astronomy,
Isis, 82 (1991) 440-453. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Tom M. Apostol,
Ptolemy's Inequality and the Chordal Metric,
Mathematics Magazine, 40 (1967) 233-235. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Noel M. Swerdlow,
Hipparchus's determination of the length of the tropical year and the rate of precession,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 21 (1980) 291-309. [Acesso interno FCUL]

James Evans,
On the function and probable origin of Ptolemy's equant,
American Journal of Physics, 52 (1984) 1080-1089. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Glen Van Brummelen,
Lunar and Planetary Interpolation Tables in Ptolemy's Almagest,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 25 (1994) 297-311. [Acesso interno FCUL] [Nasa ADSABS]

R. C. Riddell,
The Latitudes of Venus and Mercury in the Almagest,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 19 (1978) 95-111. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Noel Swerdlow,
The empirical foundations of Ptolemy's planetary theory,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 35 (2004) 249-271. [Nasa ADSABS]

Alexander Jones,
A Route to the ancient discovery of nonuniform planetary motion,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 35 (2004) 375-386. [Nasa ADSABS]

Bernard R. Goldstein,
Ancient and medieval values for the mean synodic month,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 34 (2003) 65-74. [Nasa ADSABS]

George Saliba,
Whose Science is Arabic Science in Renaissance Europe ?
[Publicação online]

Dennis Duke,
Mean motions in Ptolemy’s Planetary Hypotheses,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 63 (2009) 635-654. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Dennis Duke,
Ptolemy's treatment of the outer planets,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 59 (2005) 169-187. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Bernard R. Goldstein and José Chabás,
Ptolemy, Bianchini, and Copernicus: tables for Planetary Latitudes,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 58 (2004) 453-473. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Glen Van Brummelen,
Taking latitude with Ptolemy: Janshid al-Kashi's novel geometric model of the motions of the inferior planets,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 60 (2006) 353-377. [Acesso interno FCUL]

B. L. van der Waerden,
The earliest form of the epicycle theory,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 5 (1974) 175-185. [Nasa ADSABS]

Glenn Elert,
Ptolemy's Table of Chords.
[Hypertextbook.com]

O. Gingerich,
Was Ptolemy a fraud?,
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 21 (1980) 253-266. [Nasa ADSABS]

J. Chabás and A Tihon,
Verification of parallax in Ptolemy's 'Handy tables',
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 24(8) (1993) 123-141. [Nasa ADSABS]

G. Van Brummelen,
Lunar and planetary interpolation tables in Ptolemy's 'Almagest',
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 25(4) (1994) 297-311. [Nasa ADSABS]

M. Shevchenko,
An analysis of errors in the star catalogues of Ptolemy and Ulugh Beg,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 21(2) (1990) 187-201. [Nasa ADSABS]

J. Samso and F. Castello,
An hypothesis on the epoch of Ptolemy's star catalogue according to the authors of the Alfonsine tables,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 19(2) (1988) 115-120. [Nasa ADSABS]

D. MacMinn,
An analysis of Ptolemy's treatment of retrograde motion,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 29(3) (1998) 257-270. [Nasa ADSABS]

J. Wlodarczyk,
Notes on the compilation of Ptolemy's catalogue of star",
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 21(3) (1990) 283-295. [Nasa ADSABS]

N. M. Swerdlow,
The enigma of Ptolemy's catalogue of stars,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 23(3) (1992) 173-183. [Nasa ADSABS]

B. R. Goldstein,
Saving the phenomena : the background to Ptolemy's planetary theory,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 28(1) (1997) 1-12. [Nasa ADSABS]

S. J. Goldstein,
Problems raised by Ptolemy's lunar tables,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 13(3) (1982) 195-205. [Nasa ADSABS]

J. Evans,
On the origin of the Ptolemaic star catalogue (Part 1),
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 18 (1987) 155-172. [Nasa ADSABS]

J. Evans,
On the origin of the Ptolemaic star catalogue (Part 2),
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 18 (1987) 233-278. [Nasa ADSABS]

J. Nevalainen,
The accuracy of the ecliptic longitude in Ptolemy's Mercury model,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 27(2) (1996) 147-160. [Nasa ADSABS]

N. M. Swerdlow,
Ptolemy's theory of the inferior planets,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 20(1) (1989) 29-60. [Nasa ADSABS]

Curtis Wilson,
The sources of Ptolemy's parameters,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 15 (1984), 37-47. [Nasa ADSABS]

John P. Britton,
Ptolemy's determination of the obliquity of the ecliptic,
Centaurus, 14 (1969) 29-41. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Viggo M. Petersen,
The Three Lunar Models of Ptolemy,
Centaurus, 14 (1969) 142-171. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Anton Pannekoek,
The Planetary Theory of Ptolemy,
Popular Astronomy: A Review of Astronomy and Allied Sciences, 55 (1947) 459-476. [Nasa ADSABS]

Henri Michel,
Sur l'origine de la théorie de la trépidation,
Ciel et Terre: Bulletin de la Société Belge d’Astronomie, de Météorologie et de Physique du Globe, 66 (1950) 227-234. [Nasa ADSABS]

Dennis W. Duke,
Comment on the Origin of the Equant papers by Evans, Swerdlow, and Jones
[http://people.sc.fsu.edu/~dduke/path2.pdf]


   
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E. S. Kennedy and Victor Roberts,
The Planetary Theory of Ibn al-Shạ̄tir,
Isis, 50(3) (1959) 227-235. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Victor Roberts,
The Planetary Theory of Ibn al-Shạ̄tir: Latitudes of the Planets,
Isis, 57(2) (1966) 208-219. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Bernard R. Goldstein,
Theory and Observation in Medieval Astronomy,
Isis, 63 (1972) 39-47. [Acesso interno FCUL]

G. J. Toomer,
A Survey of the Toledan Tables,
Osiris, 15 (1968) 5-174. [Acesso interno FCUL]

M. S. Mahoney,
Ptolemaic Astronomy in the Middle Ages,
(preprint of article since published in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. J.R. Strayer, s.v. "Astronomy, Ptolemaic") [Princeton University]

Stanley E. Babb Jr.,
Accuracy of Planetary Theories, Particularly for Mars,
Isis, 68 (1977) 426-434. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Victor Roberts,
The Solar and Lunar Theory of Ibn ash-Shạ̄tir: A Pre-Copernican Copernican Model,
Isis, 48 (1957) 428-432. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Fuad Abbud,
The Planetary Theory of Ibn al-Shạ̄tir: Reduction of the Geometric Models to Numerical Tables,
Isis, 53 (1962) 492-499. [Acesso interno FCUL]

E. S. Kennedy,
Late Medieval Planetary Theory,
Isis, 57 (1966) 365-378. [Acesso interno FCUL]

E. S. Kennedy,
"Parallax Theory in Islamic Astronomy"
Isis, 47 (1956) 33-53. [Acesso interno FCUL]

E. S. Kennedy and Ahmad Muruwwa,
Bīrūnī on the Solar Equation,
Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 17 (1958) 112-121. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Hala Salam and E. S. Kennedy,
Solar and Lunar Tables in Early Islamic Astronomy,
Journal of the American Oriental Society, 87 (1967) 492-497. [Acesso interno FCUL]

A. S. Kennedy and Walid Ukashah,
Al-Khwārizmī's Planetary Latitude Tables,
Centaurus, 14 (1969) 86-96. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Roser Puig,
Al-Zarqālluh's graphical method for finding lunar distances,
Centaurus, 32 (1989) 294-309. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Otto Neugebauer,
Thabit Ben Qurra 'On the Solar Year' and 'On the Motion of the Eighth Sphere,
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 106 (1962)
264-98. [Acesso interno FCUL]




Owen Gingerich,
'Crisis' versus aesthetic in the Copernican Revolution,
Vistas in astronomy, 17 (1975) 85-95, reprinted in The eye of heaven: Ptolemy, Copernicus, Kepler (New York: American Institute of Physics, 1993) [Acesso interno FCUL]

F. Jamil Ragep,
Copernicus and his Islamic predecessors: Some historical remarks,
History of Science, 45 (2007) 65-81. [Acesso interno FCUL]

F. Jamil Ragep,
̣Tūsī and Copernicus: The Earth's Motion in Context,
Science in Context 14(1/2) (2001) 145-163. [Acesso interno FCUL]

O. Neugebauer,
On the planetary theory of Copernicus,
Vistas in Astronomy, 10(1) (1968) 89-104. [Acesso interno FCUL]

C. A. Gearhart,
Epicycles, Eccentrics, and Ellipses: The Predictive Capabilities of Copernican Planetary Models,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 32 (1985) 207-222. [FCUL acesso interno]

Bernard R. Goldstein,
Copernicus and the origin of his heliocentric system,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 33 (2002) 219-235. [Nasa ADSABS]

V. E. Thoren,
Tycho and Kepler on the Lunar Theory,
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 79(470) (1967) 482-489. [Nasa ADSABS]

Peter Barker,
Copernicus and the Critics of Ptolemy,
Journal for the History of Astronomy, 30 (1999) 343-358. [Nasa ADSABS]

Noel M. Swerdlow,
The derivation and first draft of Copernicus' Planetary Theory: A translation of the commentariolus with commentary,
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 117 (1973) 423-512. [Acesso interno FCUL]

W.S. Contro et al.,
Zur Kinematik der Planetenbewegung in Copernicus' Commentariolus,
Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 6 (1970) 360-371. [Acesso interno FCUL]

     
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 Martin C. Gutzwiller,
Moon-Earth-Sun: The oldest three-body problem,
Reviews of Modern Physics, 70(2) (1998) 589-638. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Norwood Russell Hanson,
The Mathematical Power of Epicyclical Astronomy,
Isis, 51 (1960) 150-158. [Acesso interno FCUL]

Ng Yoke Leng,
Mathematical Supplement to Sun in the Church
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme in Science (UROPS) Projects Supervised by Helmer Aslaksen Department of Mathematics at National University of Singapore, (2001) [Aslaksen]

John David Bond,
The Development of Trigonometric Methods down to the Close of the XVth Century,
Isis, 4 (1921) 295-323. [Acesso interno FCUL]

A. Wittmann,
The obliquity of the ecliptic,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 73 (1979) 129-131. [Acesso interno FCUL]







     
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