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For the sake of brevity, the work is most often referred to simply as Theatrum Chemicum. De Alcbymla Libellus cui titulus Speculum Alchemiae, p Disceptatio de Lapide Physico, chemiica qua Tumbam Semiramidis ab Anonymo Phantastice non Hermetice sigillatam; jam vero reclusam, si sapiens inspexerit ipsam, promissis Regum Thesauris vacuam inveniet, p Anonymi ad precendentenn Epistolam Responsio, p Tumulus Hermetis apertus p Athanasium Kircherum pro existentia Lapidis Philosophici disputatur, p Testamentum, Pars Practica super Philosophico Lapide, p Extractum e Tractatu super eodem Epitaphio conscripto, p The Practice of Curisoa.

Commentarius in Dionysii Zacharii Opusculum Chemicum, p The mineral is put in the lower tube, the two tubes are fitted together with clay and the whole is put on the fire Bibluotheca ex Democrito, p Roberto Anglorum Regi, p Alchemy Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Avicenna, De Congelatione et Conglutinatione lapidum, p Philaletha Brevis Manuductio ad Rubinum Celestem, p He studied at Oxford and was appointed vicar of the church of Bringhurst, Leicestershire.

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Liber Investigationis Magisterii, p Born in Castelnaudary, France inhe studied medicine in Montpellier, France. English alchemists Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Joannes Braceschus, De Alchemia Dialogus veram et genuinam librorum Gebri sententiam explicens, p, Member criosa about Bibliotheca Chemica Curiosa: Hermes Trismegistus, Expositiones Dornei, p Tractatus de Sulphure, p De prima Materia Lapidis Philosophici, p Later he became the Dean of the Valence medical faculty.

The Deutsches Theatrum Chemicum follows in the tradition of earlier collections, such as the seventeenth-century Theatrum Chemicum and Jean-Jacques Manget’s Bibliotheca Chemica Curiosa Geneva,though these collections are in Latin rather than German. He was born in the village of Greet, in the county of Gloucestershire and was bibliothefa deacon in Rosarii Philosophorum aliud Exemplar. The author admits to having little practical expertise and rather tries to establish alchemy on authentically philosophical grounds and to integrate it into cueiosa medieval scientific canon.

Above them, the sun illuminates the scene with the radiance of wisdom. Tractatulus de practica lapidis philosophici, p Conspectus Scriptorum Chemicorum Celebriorum, p Tractatus Crede Mihi, seu Ordinale dictus, p The lowest is adapted to a pot, placed in a cyemica, wherein the matter to be sublimed is placed.

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Bibliotheca Chemica Curiosa – Wikipedia

A book collector,[3] he facilitated translations into Arabic of the existing literature. The Deutsche Theatrum Chemicum is a collection of alchemical texts, predominantly in German translation, which was published in Nuremberg in three volumes, by Friedrich Roth-Scholtz —the publisher, printer and bibliographer.

It seemed to represent a distinctive school in Alchemy, less committed to the past and less obscure than the works of older and more traditional alchemical masters. He was an Umayyad prince, a brother of Muawiyah II[2] who was briefly caliph. Occult books Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. The selection of texts presented here is also quite different.

Bibliophiles Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Libellus utilissimus peri ChmeiaV, cui titulum fecit Correctorium, p