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The psychology of oneiromancy
Aristotle and Plato discuss dreams in various works. Artemidorus gives a list of authors mentioned in his Oneirocritica, the longest of the ancient dreambooks. All of the referenced works are lost, but fragments are preserved in Artemidorus and other ancient authors. Achmet wrote an edition of Artemidorus' Oneirocritica in addition to his own. Astrampsychus was the pseudonymous author of a number of divinatory, magical and medical works, including an Oneirocriticon.
Oneiromancy in cultures round the world
- Dream dictionary
- Beginning Oneiromancy. Article about oneiromancy.
- Dream Interpretation Resources. Ancient Astrology and Divination on the Web (Tim Spalding).
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