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sphujidhvajaの例文

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  • Accordingly, the versification by Sphujidhvaja was made in 269 CE.
  • Bhattotpala records that Sphujidhvaja and Janaka were.
  • However the only version that survives is the later verse version of Sphujidhvaja which dates to AD 270.
  • I shall explain it concisely according to the instruction of the Greeks . " ( Chapter 79 / 1 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • They have various clothes, forms, and colors; I will describe them with all their qualities beginning with their characteristic signs . " ( Chapter 3 / 1 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • The iconography and use of the drekkana s is mention earliest by Sphujidhvaja in Yavanajataka ( 269-70 CE ), and given detailed treatment by Varahamihira in his Brihat-Samhita ( 550 CE ).
  • The earliest reference employing object numbers is a " Yavanajtaka " ( literally " Greek horoscopy " ) of Sphujidhvaja, a versification of an earlier ( ca . 150 CE ) Indian prose adaptation of a lost work of Hellenistic astrology.
  • :* " There was a wise king named Sphujidhvaja who versified this entire ( text ), which was seen by him in the year 191, in 4, 000 indravajra verses . " ( Chapter 79 / 62 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • :* " There was a wise king named Sphujidhvaja who versified this entire ( text ), which was seen by him in the year 191, in 4, 000 indravajra verses . " ( Chapter 79 / 62 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • Based on Pingree's interpretation, the original translation, made in 149 150 CE by " Yavanesvara " ( " Lord of the Greeks " ) under the rule of the Western Kshatrapa king Rudrakarman I, is lost; only a substantial portion of the versification 120 years later by Sphujidhvaja under Utpala.
  • :* " The seventh place from the ascendent, the descendent, is called jamitra ( diametros ) in the language of the Greeks; the tenth from the ascendent, the mid-heaven, they say, is the mesurana ( mesouranma ) . " ( Chapter 1 / 49 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • :* " Some who are students of the laws ( of astronomy ) find that it is good to follow the opinion of the sage Vasistha; ( but according to ) the best of the Greeks ( the yuga ) should consist of 165 years . " ( Chapter 79 / 3 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • :* " This is said to be the method of determining the strength or weakness of the signs and planets according to the teaching of the Greeks; they say that, of the complete set of influences in horoscopy, there is an enormous number . . . " ( Chapter 1 / 92 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • :* " The rule concerning the actions of people which was described by the foremost ( astrologers ) of the Greeks with respect to the planetary week-days is to be established in a similar rule with respect to the hours ( hora ) which pass through the days " ( Chapter 77 / 9 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • :* " If the ascendant is an upacaya of his birth-ascendant and is occupied by a benefit planet, but not conjoined with a malefic, and if the Moon is in a good and favourable sign, the Greeks say that he always succeeds in his undertakings . " ( Chapter 78 / 3 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)
  • The oldest surviving treatises, such as the Yavanajataka or the Brihat-Samhita, date to the early centuries AD . The oldest astrological treatise in Sanskrit is the " Yavanajataka " ( " Sayings of the Greeks " ), a versification by Sphujidhvaja in 269 / 270 AD of a now lost translation of a Greek treatise by Yavanesvara during the 2nd century AD under the patronage of the Western Satrap Saka king Rudradaman I.
  • :* " Previously Yavanesvara ( the lord of the Greeks ), whose vision of the truth came by favor of the Sun and whose language is flawless, translated this ocean of words, this jewel-mine of horoscopy, which was guarded by its being written in his tongue ( i . e ., Greek ), but the truth of which was seen by the foremost of kings ( in the year ) 71; ( he translated ) this science of genethlialogy for the instruction of the world by means of excellent words . " ( Chapter 79 / 60-61 The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja)