Title, Artephii Liber Secretus. Author, Artephius. Translated by, William Salmon. Published, Length, 10 pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Secret Book (liber Secretus). Front Cover. Artephius. English Grand Lodge, Rosicrucian order, AMORC – Alchemy – 52 pages. Salmon, William, , Khālid ibn Yazīd al-Umawī, 7th cent., Jābir ibn Ḥayyān., Artephius. Liber secretus artis occultae. English., Flamel, Nicolas, d.
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University of O xford T ext A rchive. Of the Alchymie of Mercury. A Continuation of the Explication of the First Operation. To the extent possible under law, the Text Creation Partnership has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described wrtephius, according to the terms of the CC0 1.
Of the Alchymie of Venus. Of Ceration, and its Cause. A farther Explication of this matter. Of Digestion, and how the Spirit is made thereby.
The Names and First Operation Explicated. Of the Cholick or Belly-ach. Of the Solution of the Stone compounded, and Coagulation of the Stone dissolved. Of what Substance Metalls are to consist in order to this work. Original English source from the Bibliography, p. Of the nearest Matter of Our Stone, yet more plainly.
Of the Colours, Accidental and Essential, appearing in the Work. Of the Quality of the Vessels and Fornaces. Of Distillation, Causes, Kinds, and Fornaces.
Artephius is said to have written this [work] in the 12th century The transcriber has included his own notes in the text in square brackets. Of Coagulation, and its Causes. The Introduction to this Second Book. This transcription error gave us “Artephius”, an alchemist without a historical personality.
Title proper taken from beginning of electronic text proper Includes a brief introduction to the electronic text secretys the transcriber From the introduction: Of the Alchymie of Sulphur. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Exlmen by Vapors of acute things. Liber secretus artis occultae. Of the Alchymie of the Marchasite. The Preface to the Arch-Bishop of York. Of Cementation, and its Causes.
Liber secretus artis occultae. English
Of Decoction, and its Effects. Archived from the original on 18 June A Dialogue between Hermes and liver Son. Alchemy and chemistry in medieval Islam. A farther Discourse of the Philosophers Mercury.
Nicholas Flammel, his Exposition of the hieroglyphicall figures which he caused to be painted upon an arch in St.
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English Title Liber secretus artis occultae. How Ingression is procured. Harbi al-Himyari Ja’far al-Sadiq. This waiver does not extend to any arfephius images or other supplementary files associated with this work, which may be protected by copyright or other license restrictions.
The Enterance into the Work, beginning with Argent Vive. Of the Alchymie of Magnesia, Tutia, and other Minerals. Of Abortion or Misearriage.
The Examen by Fusion or Melting. Of the Difficulties of this Art. Although the roots of the texts are unclear and the identity of their author obscure, at least some of them are Arabic in origin. He is named as the author of several libdr, the Ars sintrilliaClavis sapientiae or Clavis maioris sapientiaeand Liber secretus.
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