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Main titleMusaeum hermeticum reformatum et amplificatum, omnes sopho-spagyricae artis discipulos fidelissime erudiens, quo pacto summa illa veraque lapidis philosophici medicina, qua res omnes qualemcunque defectum patientes, instaurantur, inveniri & haberi queat : continens tractatus chimicos XXI. Praestantissimos, quorum nomina & seriem versa pagella indicabit; in gratiam filiorum doctrinae, quibus Germanicum idioma ignotum est, Latina lingua ornatum
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Gloria mundi, alias, paradysi tabula, hoc est: vera priscae scientiae descriptio, quam Adam ab ipso deo didicit: Noe, Abraham et Salomo, tamquam summorum divinorum donorum unum, usurparunt, omneis sapientes, omnibus temporibus, pro totius mundi thesauro habuerunt, & solis piis post sese reliquerunt, nimirum de lapide philosophicorum
ImprintFrancofurti : apud Hermannum a Sande, 1677
DescriptionS. 203-304
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceVD17 3:311130W; Ferguson II, 119
Providing InstitutionStiftung der Werke von C.G.Jung, Zürich, online
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-7700 
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ReferenceMusaeum hermeticum reformatum et amplificatum, omnes sopho-spagyricae artis discipulos fidelissime erudiens, quo pacto summa illa veraque lapidis philosophici medicina, qua res omnes qualemcunque defectum patientes, instaurantur, inveniri & haberi queat / Gloria mundi, alias, paradysi tabula, hoc est: vera priscae scientiae descriptio, quam Adam ab ipso deo didicit: Noe, Abraham et Salomo, tamquam summorum [...]. Francofurti : apud Hermannum a Sande, 1677. Stiftung der Werke von C.G.Jung, Zürich, online, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-7700 / Public Domain Mark