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Censorinus

(sĕnsōrī`nəs), fl. c.238, Roman grammarian. He wrote De die natali [on the day of birth], an essay partly astrological, partly chronological, which affords much information on ancient methods of computing time.
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Censorinus 1503 De die natali liber aureus, Milan, Joannes Angelus Scinzenzeler.
29) Merula (1519) and (1521) was printed from editions of 1516, with the addition of Erasmus' annotations from a similar title printed in Basel in 1518: Merula's translation of Dio's lives of Nerva, Trajan and Hadrian had already appeared in Censorinus (1503).
Crater Timing Predictions ENTRANCES EXITS Feature UT Feature UT Grimaldi 1:11 Grimaldi 3:31 Aristarchus 1:15 Billy 3:33 Billy 1:18 Campanus 3:37 Kepler 1:18 Tycho 3:38 Pytheas 1:25 Kepler 3:43 Copernicus 1:26 Aristarchus 3:45 Timocharis 1:28 Copernicus 3:51 Plato 1:30 Pytheas 3:53 Campanus 1:31 Timocharis 3:58 Aristoteles 1:38 Plato 4:04 Eudoxus 1:39 Manilius 4:05 Manilius 1:39 Dionysius 4:06 Menelaus 1:42 Menelaus 4:08 Tycho 1:43 Censorinus 4:11 Dionysius 1:45 Plinius 4:11 Plinius 1:46 Eudoxus 4:11 Censorinus 1:53 Aristoteles 4:12 Proclus 1:55 Goclenius 4:12 Taruntius 1:57 Langrenus 4:16 Goclenius 2:00 Taruntius 4:18 Langrenus 2:05 Proclus 4:20
Taking into account, however, that its most pointed self-definition as a libellus non tam diserte quam fideliter scriptus is found--of all places--in the biography of the fictitious emperor Censorinus, (81) the Historia Augusta exposes its own disingenuousness, colluding with the sophisticated reader that it wants to be seen primarily as a literary work with historical contents.
After Rome disarmed the Carthaginians in 149, the consul Censorinus commanded them to more 10 miles from the sea, 'for we are resolved to raze your city to the ground'.
Relocation answers that demand, and the consul Censorinus, in
Censorinus is here recycling a passage from Plato's Laws,
GREEK TEXT OMITTED] with the soul, the body, and even the universe: it was in that tradition that Censorinus, having reported Asclepiades' cures of phrenetics and Herophilus' doctrine of rhythms, commented (12.
Predicted Contacts with the Umbra on October 28th ENTRANCES Feature UT Grimaldi 1:15 Billy 1:19 Kepler 1:25 Aristarchus 1:27 Campanus 1:28 Copernicus 1:34 Birt 1:37 Pytheas 1:37 Tycho 1:37 Timocharis 1:43 Harpalus 1:44 Manilius 1:51 Pico 1:51 Dionysius 1:53 Plato 1:54 Menelaus 1:55 Plinius 1:59 Censorinus 2:01 Eudoxus 2:02 Aristoteles 2:03 Goclenius 2:05 Taruntius 2:09 Proclus 2:11 Langrenus 2:12 EXITS Feature UT Harpalus 3:48 Aristarchus 3:51 Grimaldi 3:53 Plato 3:56 Kepler 3:57 Pico 3:58 Billy 4:00 Pytheas 4:01 Timocharis 4:02 Copernicus 4:04 Aristoteles 4:05 Eudoxus 4:07 Campanus 4:12 Manilius 4:17 Birt 4:19 Menelaus 4:19 Tycho 4:22 Plinius 4:23 Dionysius 4:25 Proclus 4:32 Censorinus 4:33 Taruntius 4:37 Goclenius 4:41 Langrenus 4:46
According to Censorinus, the idea that primitive earth developed wombs out of which emerged the first humans belongs to Epicurus (Bailey 1453).
TIMES WHEN CRATERS ENTER AND EXIT THE UMBRA Feature Entry (UT) Grimaldi 1:17 Billy 1:18 Campanus 1:24 Tycho 1:29 Kepler 1:29 Birt 1:32 Aristarchus 1:34 Copernicus 1:36 Pytheas 1:41 Abulfeda E 1:42 Timocharis 1:47 Dionysius 1:51 Manilius 1:51 Stevinus A 1:53 Menelaus 1:55 Harpalus 1:54 Censorinus 1:56 Plinius 1:58 Goclenius 1:58 Plato 2:00 Taruntius 2:04 Langrenus 2:04 Eudoxus 2:05 Proclus 2:07 Aristoteles 2:07 Feature Exit (UT) Harpalus 3:35 Aristarchus 3:36 Grimaldi 3:37 Kepler 3:43 Billy 3:43 Plato 3:46 Pytheas 3:48 Timocharis 3:50 Copernicus 3:50 Campanus 3:55 Aristoteles 3:55 Eudoxus 3:57 Birt 4:02 Tycho 4:04 Manilius 4:04 Menelaus 4:07 Abulfeda E 4:11 Dionysius 4:11 Plinius 4:12 Censorinus 4:20 Proclus 4:21 Taruntius 4:24 Goclenius 4:26 Stevinus A 4:28 Langrenus 4:31
UMBRAL ENTRY AND EXIT TIMES OF FEATURES DURING THE NOVEMBER 28-29 LUNAR ECLIPSE Feature Entry (UT) Feature Exit (UT) Grimaldi 4:47 Grimaldi 7:08 Aristarchus 4:50 Billy 7:10 Kepler 4:55 Tycho 7:10 Harpalus 4:56 Campanus 7:12 Billy 4:57 Kepler 7:23 Pytheas 5:02 Aristarchus 7:26 Copernicus 5:04 Copernicus 7:32 Timocharis 5:06 Pytheas 7:36 Plato 5:06 Harpalus 7:39 Pico 5:07 Timocharis 7:41 Campanus 5:14 Pico 7:48 Aristoteles 5:16 Dionysius 7:48 Eudoxus 5:17 Manilius 7:48 Manilius 5:20 Plato 7:49 Menelaus 5:23 Menelaus 7:52 Plinius 5:27 Goclenius 7:52 Dionysius 5:28 Censorinus 7:53 Tycho 5:31 Plinius 7:55 Censorinus 5:37 Eudoxus 7:57 Proclus 5:37 Langrenus 7:57 Taruntius 5:41 Aristoteles 7:57 Goclenius 5:45 Taruntius 8:01 Langrenus 5:50 Proclus 8:04 Endymion 8:06