Since the events of the Astro section happened in the Pisces/Aries/Taurus part of the sky, I wondered, if f67v1 is Tycho’s 1572 supernova, why it would be there since it happened in Cassiopeia.
After much searching online, I discovered the reason is its astrological position was 07 Taurus.
I think I have identified all of the stars on the folio, and discovered that all of the named stars are astrologically also in Taurus!
Here are the folio and a star chart from Starry Night for comparison:
Having an astrological position, I checked to see if it is represented in the Zodiac section, and I think it is.
The folio order is Taurus Light, Taurus Dark, then Gemini, so the first 15 degrees of the sign would be on Taurus Light.
On other folios, the small square “start here” point is generally on the 10:00 position. The nymph at the top of the inner circle has a can with a unique design, so I think it is first.
The pattern is easy to see, and the nymph at the 7° position is holding a unique star, representing the supernova.
This may also indicate how to “read” the Zodiac folios.