By Claudia Kren
This entire annotated bibliography, first released in 1990, courses the person helpfully via the place to discover info on a variety of parts on alchemy while discovering. Divided into different types to assist discovering the ideal niche, this booklet varieties a special reference tool.
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137. E. " Ambix, 5 (1953), 2-43. Argues that the significance of the number 28, the sequence 1, 3, 5, 8 = 17, as well as the 9-magic square, all found in the labirian corpus was known to Greek alchemy Early Alchemy 29 as well as to the Chinese. Opts for a very early age for the origin of alchemy in Mesopotamia. 138. E. " Ambix, 6 (1957), 2-9. Argues that there is a relationship between the ninecelled magic square of the Jibirian alchemical corpus and the Pythagorean gnomon, as well as a connection between the square and the architecture of one type of Babylonian ziggurat.
Indices chemicorum Graecorum. I. Papyrus Leidensis, Papyrus Holmiensis. Rome: Edizione dell'Ateneo, 1983. Pp. xxvii + 135. Indexes to the previous volume dealing with the Leiden and Stockholm papyri. See item 106. 108. Hammer-Jensen, Ingebord. Die alteste Alchemie. Det KgL Danske Vulenskabernes Selskab, Historisk-Filologiske Meddelelser, 4. Copenhagen, 1921. Pp. 159. Surveys Greek alchemy, especially the allegorical works associated with Democritus, Zosimus, Olympiodorus, and Stephanus. 109. Hershbell, Jackson P.
Scarborough, John. " Pharmacy in History, 13 (1971), 151-157. 129. J. " (1957), 86-101. Ambix, 6 Argues the interconnection between gnostic thought and alchemy in the Hellenistic period; both shared a common mystical, anti-rational outlook and often employed the same symbols. The latter persisted for a long time, as can be seen in the emblem literature. 130. J. " Ambix, 6 (1958). 140-148. Shows the importance of the egg in alchemy. A key factor in the creation myths of several religions, the egg played a gamut of roles in alchemy from an interesting reagent to a complex symbol.
Alchemy in Europe: A Guide to Research by Claudia Kren