Critodemus

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Critodemus was a Greek astrologer. "One of the earliest known authors on astrology",[1] he was used as a source by Pliny and Vettius Valens among others. His dates are uncertain but 1st century AD at the latest.[1]

References[edit]

  • Neugebauer, H. B; Van Hoesen, H. B. (1987). Greek Horoscopes, Volume 48. Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society. p. 185. LCCN 59-11559.