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Petrus Bonus (14th century) Alchemy 1602 M. Petri Boni Lombardi Ferrarensis Physici & chemici excellentiss. Introdvctio in artem chemiae integra, ab ipso authore inscripta Margarita Bernardus Trevisanus (1406-1490) Hermetism & Alchemy Bernardus Trevisanus (Bernard of Treviso) was a fictional Italian alchemist. His biography has been composed by editors and commentators of Johann von Teschen (1406-1464) Alchemy John, nicknamed the Alchemist was a Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach and served as the peace-loving Margrave of Brandenburg after the abdication of Johann Faulhaber (1580-1635) Mathematics & Magic & Alchemy Johann Faulhaber, also known as Johann Faulhauber, was a German mathematician, engineer, and fortification builder. Born in Ulm, Germany, in 1580, Jacob Schalling (1587-after 1615) Rosicrucians & Medicine & Alchemy D. S. G. PHILOSOPHIA TRANSNATURALIS è SANCTA SCRIPTURA NATURAE OBVIIS EXEMPLIS, sapientium virorum sparsis testimoniis ACCINCTA Per labores Julius Sperber Rosicrucians & Alchemy & Mysticism Born around 1540 in Seebergen, Germany, Julius Sperber, also known as Julianus de Campis, was a prominent figure in the mystical and philosophical Stephan Michelspacher (ca 1571-1627) Rosicrucians & Alchemy & Book history & Paracelsus Stephan Michelspacher was a Tyrolean printmaker and physician active in Augsburg during the early seventeenth century. A Lutheran, he likely left Alchemy and Related Subjects - a Catalog Alchemy A. B. C. Vom Stein der Weisen. Berlin, Friedrich Maurer, 1782 D➤ Alchymistisch Sieben-Gestirn, Das ist, Sieben schöne und außerlesene Tractätlein, Ashmole Alchemy Elias Ashmole (1617–1692) Elias Ashmole was a fascinating English figure known for his many contributions. He studied at Oxford’s Brasenose College Alanus de Insulis (1128 - 1203) Alchemy & Philosophy Alanus de Insulis, also known as Alan of Lille, was a distinguished medieval scholar, theologian, philosopher and alchemist who represents one of Nicolas Flamel (circa 1330 - 1418) Alchemy Nicolas Flamel was a 14th and 15th-century Parisian scribe, who turned into an alchemical legend, and remained an enduring enigma. He was born Atalanta fugiens and a curious case of 17th-century applied art Atalanta fugiens & Emblems & Alchemy Introduction A visitor today walking along the Keizersgracht in Amsterdam will encounter an elegant canal mansion where since November 2017 the Johannes Rhenanus Rosicrucians & Alchemy & Medicine is not to be confused with the famous 16th century humanist. He was a medical doctor, and known for his chemical experiments Heinrich Khunrath (1560-1605) Rosicrucians & Alchemy & Medicine Heinrich or Henricus Khunrath was a notable figure in the world of Rosicrucianism during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Born in 1560 in Michael Potier (1564-1631) Alchemy & Rosicrucians & Witchcraft & Demonology Ferguson says the following about Potier: Potier was apparently a Frenchman. For many years he travelled over the whole of Europe, and finally Philippus à Gabella Rosicrucians & Alchemy We do not know who hid under the pseudonym Philippus à Gabella. Raphael Eglin and Johannes Rhenanus have been suggested as the author, who, Pietro Francesco Alberghetti (17th century?) Alchemy Alberghetti was a medical doctor from Bologna. Fisiologia chimica … secondo la dottrina di Hermete Paracelso, & altri. Roma, Francesco Corbeletti, Daniel Agricola (early 17th century) Alchemy Nothing is known about the author. Galerazeya. Sive Revelator secretorum. 1. De lapide philosophorum. 2. De Arabico elyzir. 3. De auro potabili, & Charles d’Acqueville (17th century) Alchemy Charles d’Acqueville was a priest from Normandy. Discours touchant les merveilleux effets de la pierre divine. Paris, Louis Billaine, 1681 ➤ | ➤ Abraham ben David de Portaleone (?-1612) Alchemy & Medicine Abraham Portaleone was an Italian-Jewish physician in Mantua. he studied the possible medical uses of gold. De auro dialogi tres. Venetiis, Joh, Giovan Francesco Aggravi (fl.1664-1678) Alchemy & Medicine & Pharmacy Antilucerna fisica oroscopante la conservatione della sanita. Padova, Mattio Cadorin, 1664 ➤ | ➤ Miroretechium sive methode compositivo medicinale Petrus Constantius Albinius Astrology & Alchemy Magia astrologica hoc est, P. Constantii Albinii Villanovensis, clavis symphatiae septem metallorum & septem selectorum lapidum ad planetas. Pro Johann Agricola (1590-1668) Alchemy & Medicine Agricola was born in Neunburg vorm Wald in the Upper Palatinate. In 1607 he matriculated at the University of Königsberg. From 1611 to 1614 he Georgius Agricola (1494-1555) Alchemy & Medicine & Metallurgy Georgius Agricola was a leading scholar and scientist of the German Renaissance. He is widely regarded as the father of mineralogy and is known for Stanislaus Reinhard Acxtelmeier (1649-1715) Alchemy & Hermetism & Philosophy Little is known about the historian and polymath Acxtelmeier. He is supposed to be from Augsburg, where most of his works were published. Der Rabbi Abraham Eleazar Alchemy Fictitious author. While pretending that this book was used as a source by Nicolas Flamel, it was in fact based on his work. The 18th century editor Antonius de Abbiata Alchemy Drey Vortreffliche und noch nie im Druck gewesene Chymische Bücher. als I Johannis Ticinensis eines Böhmischen Priesters opusculum, genant Processus Geber (8th century) Alchemy Jabir ibn Hayyan, also known as Geber, was a prominent alchemist and chemist who lived during the 8th century in the Islamic Golden Age. He is Levinus Lemnius (1534-1568) Astrology & Alchemy was a Dutch physician, theologian, and philosopher of the Renaissance era. He is best known for his work De Occulta Nicolas Lemery (1645-1715) Alchemy was a French pharmacist and chemist who is best remembered for his contributions to the development of modern chemistry Isaac Baulot Alchemy The Mutus Liber, or Mute Book (from Latin: Silent Book), is a Hermetic philosophical work published in La Rochelle in 1677. It ranks amongst the Arnaldus de Villanova (1235-1311) Alchemy & Astrology Arnaldus de Villanova was a medical doctor, religious reformer, astrologist, and alchemist. He translated medical texts from the Arabic, including Raffaele Petrilli Alchemy Considerazioni fisico-chimiche intorno ai fenomeni che dalla luce si producono su gli esseri che costituiscono i tre regni della natura minerale, Artephius (12th century?) Alchemy Artephius is supposed to haven been an Arabian alchemist and purported author of a book called “The Secret of Secrets”, on the secrets of alchemy. Guillaume Postel (1510-1581) Astrology & Alchemy & Philosophy Guillaume Postel was a French scholar, linguist and theologian who lived during the Renaissance. He was born in Rouen, France, and was educated at Michael Maier (1568-1622) Alchemy & Hermetism Michael Maier was a German alchemist, physician, and polymath who lived during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. At 15, he began studying in Robert Fludd (1574-1637) Mysticism & Astrology & Alchemy & Neoplatonism & Hermetism Robert Fludd was an English philosopher, physician and astrologer. He is best known for his work on alchemy, astrology and mysticism. The son of a John Dee (1527–1608/9) Alchemy & Divination & Hermetism John Dee was an English mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, occult philosopher, and advisor to Queen Elizabeth I. He spent much of his life on Girolamo Cardano (1501-1576) Astrology & Science & Alchemy Cardano was an Italian polymath, whose interests and proficiencies ranged through those of mathematician, physician, biologist, physicist, chemist, George Starkey (1628-1665) Alchemy George Starkey was an American chemist and alchemist who was active in the 1600s. He is best known for his pioneering work in iatrochemistry and the Albertus Magnus (c. 1200 — 1280) Alchemy & Medicine & Philosophy Albertus Magnus was a German theologian, philosopher, scientist, and Catholic saint. He is known as Albert the Great and Albert of Cologne. He was a Paracelsus (1493-1541) Alchemy & Astrology & Medicine Paracelsus was a Swiss physician, alchemist, and astrologer who revolutionized medicine in the 16th century. He is considered one of the most Johann Conrad Creiling 1673-1752 Alchemy Creiling was a professor of Mathematics and Philosophy in Tübingen. He also was an alchemist, with little succes. Abhandlung vom Goldenen Vliess Johann Grasshoff (1560 - 1623) Alchemy Grashoff was a Pomeranian jurist and alchemical writer. He is also recorded as a medical advisor to Ernest of Bavaria, an Episcopal counselor. Theodor Kerckring (1638-1693) Alchemy Theodor Kerckring was a famous Dutch anatomist and alchemist. Cosimo III de Medici visited him in Amsterdam in 1667. Kerckring was born in