I'll start with a disclaimer -- this is not a question about astrology itself, I'm neither trying to refute nor to defend astrology. I'm interested in purely technical things, which are mostly related to astronomy.
Given a time and a place (usually related to the moment of birth of a person) one can create a horoscope -- kinda diagram, which represents the positions of planets, Sun and Moon, usually projected on ecliptic. The information about position is usually represented in a form of astrological "houses", which are related to the horizon position.
I'm interested in a "reverse" process: given the horoscope with ecliptic coordinates of Sun and Moon and planets, and given those "houses" -- can one find the place and time for which the horoscope was constructed? I'm pretty sure that such kind of problems would be interesting for, say, historians -- maybe there are some research papers or literature describing techniques that allows one to do such things?