[Milton-L] Kepler translation

Rose Williams rwill627 at suddenlink.net
Thu Jun 5 08:55:14 EDT 2008

I translated a good bit of Kepler's Latin writing for author Josh Gilder 
when he was writing "Heavenly Intrigue." Some of my translations are in the 
book, and others only mentioned. I did not make a full translation of any 
one writing. I only did the bits Josh requested, so I doubt the work would 
be of much help.
Rose Williams
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>A small part of it was translated in 'A prophecy of the white king' by
> William Lilly (1644): "Kepler his Prediction upon the fiery Trygon,
> beginning 1603". An interesting piece of 'astral republicanism' as such
> (for a Miltonic connection), but not much from Kepler, though: pp. 27-28.
> Hope this helps,
> Antti Tahvanainen
> p.s. Here's the complete reference (from EEBO):
> A prophecy of the white king: and dreadfull dead-man explaned. To which is
> added the prophecie of Sibylla Tibvrtina and prediction of Iohn Kepler: 
> all
> of especiall concernment for these times. By William Lilly student in
> astrology. Ob peccata mutat sceptra Deus, variata Reges. Published
> according to order.
> Author: Lilly, William, 1602-1681.
> Other authors: Kepler, Johannes, 1571-1630.
> Imprint: London : Printed by G. M. and are to be sold by John Sherley and
> Thomas Vnderhill, at the Golden Pellican in little Brittaine, and Bible in
> Woodstreet, 1644.
> Lainaus "Burbery, Timothy" <burbery at marshall.edu>:
>> Dear List,
>> Does anyone know if Kepler's treatise on the 1604 supernova ("De Stella
>> Nova ...") has been translated into English? If so, can you supply a
>> reference?
>> Thanks, and sorry if this is off-topic.
>> Dr. Timothy J. Burbery
>> Professor of English
>> Marshall University
>> One John Marshall Drive
>> Huntington, WV 25755-2646
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>> burbery at marshall.edu<mailto:burbery at marshall.edu>
>> "Limitation makes for power: the strength of the genie comes from his
>> being confined in a bottle." Richard Wilbur
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