Andrea Argoli (1570–1657), born in Tagliacozzo, was a versatile Italian scholar. He was a jurist, mathematician, astronomer and astrologer, and medical writer. His father was Ottavio and his son, Giovanni.
He was professor of mathematics at the University of Rome La Sapienza, from 1622 to 1627, and then the University of Padua 1632 to 1657. His astrology pupils may have included Placido Titi, and Giambattista Zenno, astrologer to Wallenstein.
- Also Andreas, Andreae; Argolus, Argolo.
- The Pandosion sphaericum of 1644, a large-scale geocentriccosmography , includes also description of the circulation of the blood following Jan de Wale.
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