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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 Joseph Albo (ca 1380-ca 1444) Philosophy & Astrology & Judaism Joseph Albo was a prominent Jewish philosopher and theologian who lived in the 15th century, primarily known for his work “Sefer ha-Ikkarim” (Book Albert of Saxony (1320-1390) Astrology & Astronomy & Philosophy Albert of Saxony, born around 1320 in Rickensdorf near Helmstedt, was a German philosopher and mathematician known for his contributions to logic 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 Judah Leon Abravanel (c.1460-c1530?) Philosophy & Neoplatonism & Love Leone Ebreo as he was known, was a Jewish philosopher. The Dialoghi di Amore is his most important work, and also the most important work on Al-Kindi (801-873) Astrology & Philosophy Al-Kindi (full name: Abu Yusuf Ya’qub ibn Ishaq al-Kindi) was an Arab philosopher, scientist, and astrologer who lived in the 9th century. He was Symphorien Champier (1472-1539) Neoplatonism & Philosophy & Medicine & Hermetism was a French physician, scholar, and humanist. He was born in the small town of Savoy and studied medicine at the Alessandro Achillini (1463-1512) Medicine & Philosophy & Astronomy & Astrology Alessandro Achillini was an Italian physician, philosopher and humanist who is best known for his contributions to the scientific revolution of the 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 Porphyry of Tyre (c. 234–305 CE) Astrology & Philosophy & Neoplatonism was a Neoplatonic philosopher from Tyre, Phoenicia. He is sometimes called the “Father of Neoplatonism” for his Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494) Philosophy & Hermetism & Firenze Giovanni Pico della Mirandola was an Italian Renaissance philosopher, humanist, and Christian mystic. He is best known for his work, “Oration on 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