An Astrological Diary of the Seventeenth Century Samuel Jeake of Rye 1652-1699

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ContributionsMichael Hunter (Editor), Annabel Gregory (Editor)
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Number of Pages312
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ISBN 100198229623
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A seventeenth-century merchant and nonconformist from Rye in Sussex, Samuel Jeake had a passionate interest in astrology. In his diary--recently recovered in Los Angeles and published here for the first time--Jeake not only recorded the events of his life; he subjected them to astrological scrutiny, interspersing his text with bowvalleychorus.com: Michael Hunter.

A seventeenth-century merchant and nonconformist from Rye in Sussex, Samuel Jeake had a passionate interest in astrology. In his diary—recently recovered in Los Angeles and published here for the first time—Jeake not only recorded the events of his life; he subjected them to astrological scrutiny, interspersing his text with horoscopes.

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