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Most of Seneca's "Naturales Quaestiones" is given over to celestial phenomena. Book 1 discusses "lights" or fires in the atmosphere; 2, lightning and thunder; Book 3 concerns bodies of water. Seneca's method is to survey the theories of major authorities on the subject at hand and his work is therefore a rewarding guide to Greek and Roman thinking about the heavens.
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