History of Astrology and Pseudo-Ptolemy’s “Karpos” with Darin Hayton
In this episode we talk with Darin Hayton, associate Professor of History and Chair of History Department at Haverford College. Professor Hayton has published several woks on the history of astrology and the mathematical sciences in the contexts of courtly politics, among which his book The Crown and the Cosmos. Astrology and the Politics of Maximilian I (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2015). In this podcast he talks about his academic path in the history of astrology and presents his current research on the Greek version of Ptolemy’s Ὁ Καρπός (better known by its Latin title, Centiloquium or Liber Frutus).
For Darin Hayton’s work see: https://www.haverford.edu/users/dhayton