An astrology encyclopedia dating back to the 12th century has been re-edited by the University of California, San Diego.
According to the university, the dictionary was founded in 1772 by the British astronomer Sir Isaac Newton, which was published in 1796.
Its new edition is the first to use the term “Astrology” instead of “Astronomy”, according to a press release.
The dictionary will be re-published by the Astrology Foundation in 2017, the university said.
Its current edition was published by the United States National Library of Medicine in 2015.
According a statement on the Astrological Society of North America’s website, the new edition of the Astrologers Dictionary is the most up-to-date edition of astrological terms in the world.
The Astrologer Dictionary is one of the oldest and most widely used dictionaries on the internet.
Its predecessor was the Astrography Dictionary published in the United Kingdom in 2004.
It was launched by the Society of Astrologists in 1875.