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<SPAN name="ap-2" id="ap-2">Appendix II.</SPAN></h1> <h2>Bibliography.</h2> <p> For a full account of the various systems of Kepler and his predecessors the reader cannot do better than consult the &#8220;History of the Planetary Systems, from Thales to Kepler,&#8221; by Dr. J.L.E. Dreyer (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1906). The same author&#8217;s &#8220;Tycho Brahe&#8221; gives a wealth of detail about that &#8220;Ph&#339;nix of Astronomers,&#8221; as Kepler styles him. A great proportion of the literature relating to Kepler is German, but he has his place in the histories of astronomy, from Delambre and the more modern R. Wolfs &#8220;Geschichte&#8221; to those of A. Berry, &#8220;History of Astronomy&#8221; (University Extension Manuals, Murray, 1898), and Professor G. Forbes, &#8220;History of Astronomy&#8221; (History of Science Series, Watts, 1909). </p> <h1>
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