Original talismans drawings of the 28 mansions of the moon and the names of their guardian spirits as seen on the old manuscript known as “De Imaginibus Caelestibus”.
Lunar station talismanic icons in De imaginibus caelestibus (1480-1481). Latin translation by Flavius Mithridates of Arabic work by Ibn al-Hātim (c. 939).
This treatise is part of a codex that also contains a translation of suras 21-22, and Flavius’s own work on eclipse computation. It was made for Federico de Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino, in the 1480s. All bilingual.