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Manuscript from Lichtenberger's own hand
Johannes Lichtenberger (died 1503) [1 ] was a noted [2 ] German astrologer.
He was much published, and various pseudonyms are attributed to him.
His 1488 [3 ] Prognosticatio in latino, published at Heidelberg, was well known and appeared in numerous subsequent editions and translations.
He seems to have been, briefly in the early 1470s, court
astrologer to the Emperor Frederick III.
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^ Also Johann, or Johannes von Lichtenberg
^ Alternately 1458-1510. .
^ These include Claromontanus (Joannes, Johannes, Johann, Giovanni di Claromonte), Peregrinus Ruth, Johannes Grümbach. See Hans-Josef Olszewsky (1992). "Johannes Lichtenberger". In Bautz, Friedrich Wilhelm. (in German) Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) 3. Herzberg: Bautz. cols. 461–464. ISBN 3-88309-035-2.
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