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    • circa 1520 – 1540

    Found in its original plain binding of parchment, this work was most likely compiled by a practitioner of alchemy and medicine. Containing a handwritten copy of Liber lucis by John of Rupescissa (Johannes de Rupescissa)…

    • Twelfth Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Eleventh Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Tenth Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Ninth Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Eighth Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Seventh Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678

    Bound volume contains a collection of alchemical texts. Select title pages and plates are digitized including the plates illustrating The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus).

    • Sixth Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Fourth Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Second Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • Second Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • First Key from The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus)
    • 1678
    • 1678

    Bound volume contains a compilation of earlier famous alchemical texts. Select title pages and plates are digitized including the plates illustrating The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Basilius Valentinus). Also…

    • Atalanta Fleeing
    • 1618

    First published in 1617, Michael Maier's alchemical emblem book contains a preface on ancient music and the Greek myth of Atalanta and Hippomenes and consists of 50 engraved emblems, each accompanied by a discourse and…

    • Emblem 35. As Ceres accustomed Triptolemus to stay in the fire and Thetis did to Achilles, so the master does to the stone.
    • 1618
    • Emblem 31. The king swimming in the sea cries out with a loud voice: He that delivers me shall have a great reward.
    • 1618