satellitium

satellitium

(ˌsætəˈlɪtɪəm; -ˈlɪʃɪəm)
n
(Astrology) astrology a group of three or more planets lying in one sign of the zodiac
[C17: from Latin, literally: bodyguard, retinue, from satelles an attendant. See satellite]
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Vives, Satellitium animi vel symbola (Lovaina, Martens, 1524, no.
Vives advocated universal education and devoted enormous energy to publishing pedagogical works, such as the hugely popular Introductio ad sapientiam (Introduction toWisdom) and Satellitium animae (The Escort of the Soul) of 1524, designed to guide the young princess Mary towards moderation of the emotions, right reason, virtue, and knowledge of God.