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233. A collection of alchemical texts by little-known French authors. 94. Zetzner, Lazarus. Theatrum chemicum. 6 vols. Strassburg, 1659-1661. A collection of 209 alchemical texts. Detailed list of contents in Ferguson, Biblioteca chemica (item 9). EARLY ALCHEMY 95. Bauer, Konrad F. " Gutenberg-Jahrbuch, 27 (1952), 913. Traces the mystical and magical as well as the commonplace origins of alchemical symbols. 96. Beatrice, Guy. Sainte Anne d 'alchimie. Provenance hermhique et tradition chretienne.
Ix + xx + 141. A sUlVey which emphasizes the connection between religion and alchemy. 76. de Rola, Stanislas Klossowski. Alchemy, the Secret Art. New York: Avon Books, 1973. Pp. 128. Discusses the procedures and goals of esoteric alchemy-a search for redemption and a higher reality which has little to do with actual processes. Reproduces an unusually large number of alchemical illustrations from manuscripts and early editions. 77. , and Eilhard Wiedemann. II Sitzungsberichte derphysiklliisch-medizinischen Societat zu Erlangen, 56 (1924), 17-36.
Anzeiger fUr deutsches Altertum, 10 (1972), 150-160. Speculates as to the identity of the author of this alchemical text, and points out that there are more MS 34 Alchemy in Europe versions than those known to Ganzenmuller. See item 176. 160. carbonelli, Giovanni. " Istituto storieo italiano dell'arte sanitaria, 23 (1924), 230-236. 161. azard, P. " Mhaux et civilisations, 1 (1945), 5-10, 41-45. Treats chemical technology, primarily recipes drawn from alchemical texts. 162. Chevreul, E. " Journal des savants, (1867), 767-784; (1868),45-59, 153-157,209-224, 644-655.