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Figure 1.17: An astronomical chart by A. Durer that was published in the first edition of the Allmagest From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p. 14

Figure 1.17: An astronomical chart by A. Durer that was published in the first edition of the Allmagest From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p. 14

Representation of the Sun on the main horoscope on different Egyptian zodiacs. Figure 5.51 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.108

Representation of the Sun on the main horoscope on different Egyptian zodiacs. Figure 5.51 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.108

Representation of Mercury on the main horoscope on different Egyptian zodiacs (some symbols not related to Mercury were intentionally shrank). Figure 5.46 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.105

Representation of Mercury on the main horoscope on different Egyptian zodiacs (some symbols not related to Mercury were intentionally shrank). Figure 5.46 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.105

Representations of the Moon in the main horoscope of different Egyptian zodiacs. Figure 5.56 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.111

Representations of the Moon in the main horoscope of different Egyptian zodiacs. Figure 5.56 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.111

Partial horoscope of the autumn equinox on the Long Denderah zodiac. Figure 5.59 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.113

Partial horoscope of the autumn equinox on the Long Denderah zodiac. Figure 5.59 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.113

Color annotated Brugsch's zodiac. All three horoscopes are marked in yellow. Figure 8.8 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.229

Color annotated Brugsch's zodiac. All three horoscopes are marked in yellow. Figure 8.8 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.229

A fragment of the Long Denderah zodiac showing Mars in the main horoscope and with a pull-out symbol. Figure 5.62 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.115

A fragment of the Long Denderah zodiac showing Mars in the main horoscope and with a pull-out symbol. Figure 5.62 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.115

Planetary elements of the partial horoscope of the autumn equinox on the Long Denderah zodiac. Figure 7.13 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.157

Planetary elements of the partial horoscope of the autumn equinox on the Long Denderah zodiac. Figure 7.13 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.157

Brugsch's zodiac with the three horoscopes indicated. Figure 3.15 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.65

Brugsch's zodiac with the three horoscopes indicated. Figure 3.15 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.65

The Egyptian astronomical hieroglyph of Gemini with a minimal partial horoscope of the summer solstice. Figure 5.72 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.123

The Egyptian astronomical hieroglyph of Gemini with a minimal partial horoscope of the summer solstice. Figure 5.72 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.123

Two figures of Saturn on the Round Denderah zodiac: one (marked in yellow) in the main horoscope, another (marked in blue) in the partial horoscope of the autumn equinoox (surrounded by blue contour). Figure 5.29 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p. 91

Two figures of Saturn on the Round Denderah zodiac: one (marked in yellow) in the main horoscope, another (marked in blue) in the partial horoscope of the autumn equinoox (surrounded by blue contour). Figure 5.29 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p. 91

The color-annotated Round Denderah zodiac. Meaning of colors: RED-zodiacal constellations, YELLOW-planets in the main horoscope, LIGHT BLUE-partial horoscopes and solstice and equinox symbols, and GREEN-supplementary figures and scenes. Figure 7.21 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.168

The color-annotated Round Denderah zodiac. Meaning of colors: RED-zodiacal constellations, YELLOW-planets in the main horoscope, LIGHT BLUE-partial horoscopes and solstice and equinox symbols, and GREEN-supplementary figures and scenes. Figure 7.21 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.168

Representations of Mars in the main horoscope on different Egyptian zodiacs. Figure 5.38 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p. 98

Representations of Mars in the main horoscope on different Egyptian zodiacs. Figure 5.38 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p. 98

The Lower Part of the Ramses VI zodiac containing the main horoscope. The zodiac was cut in the middle to better fit this page. (This picture was taken from [181]) Figure 8.32 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.266

The Lower Part of the Ramses VI zodiac containing the main horoscope. The zodiac was cut in the middle to better fit this page. (This picture was taken from [181]) Figure 8.32 From "Mysteries of Egyptian Zodiacs and other Riddles of Ancient History: A Guide to Dating Ancient Astronomical Data" by Anatoly T. Fomenko, Tatiana N. Fomenko, Wieslaw Z. Krawcewicz, Gleb V. Nosovsky, p.266

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