Rylands Medieval Collection, Latin MS 53, f. 58v. Christianus Prolianus and Joachinus de Gigantibus (?), Astronomia (1478)
“Comparative view of the magnitudes of the Sun (a large disc of burnished gold), the Moon (silver), Mars (gold), Venus (gold), Mercury (gold) and Earth (pale). Framed in a green wreath of leaves and blue background.”
THE SEPHIROTIC TABLE - the Division of their Labours according to the Ten Circles and Figures of the Hieroglyphic Process
Planets and zodiac around a man pierced with converging blades, Italian manuscript, c. 1400
Mantegna Deck, The First Cause
HIEROGLYPHIC PLAN OF THE ANCIENT ZODIAC
Kudurru emblazoned with the celestial symbols of Gods - planets and zodiacs - within the heavenly circle, embraced by an undulating serpent that represented the Milky Way.