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... Iatrochemiker Janus, vol. 41 (1937), pp. 1–28. Joly Bernard , ‘La rationalité de l’hermétisme: la figure d’Hermès dans l’alchimie à l’âge classique Methodos, no. 3 (2003). Kahn Didier , Alchimie et paracelsisme en France (1567–1625) ( Geneva...
...Davisson, William William Davisson, Davidson or Davissonne, was born in Aberdeen Aberdeenshire Aberdeenshire in 1593 and died in Paris Paris in 1669. After studying in Aberdeen he arrived in Paris in 1617. He may have gone to Montpellier...
...Le Febvre, Nicaise Royal Society of London Nicaise Le Febvre was born in Sedan Sedan in around 1610 and died in London London in 1669. He trained as an apothecary with his father and took over the business after his father died. He...
... Renaissance de Marcile Ficin à Pierre Gassendi ( Turnhout , 2005), pp. 217–65, 407–33. Hiraï Hiro , ‘Les Paradoxes d’Étienne de Clave et le concept de semence dans sa minéralogie , Corpus, no. 39 (2001), pp. 45–71 . Joly Bernard , ‘Les...
... 1705); repr. with a French trans. in Bernard Joly, La Rationalité de l’alchimie au 17e siècle ( Paris , 1992). Opera reliqua volumine hoc posteriore comprehensa ( Frankfurt , 1652; 1656). Of the 112 chymical arcana of Peter Faber, in William...
... of Chemistry ( Baltimore , 1975). Joly Bernard , ‘L’édition des Cours de chymie aux 17e et 18e siècles: obscurités et lumières d’une nouvelle discipline scientifique in Marie-Thérèse Isaac and Claude Sorgeloos (eds), La diffusion du savoir...
...Académie royale des sciences Caen Clave, Étienne de Montpellier Rouen Nicolas Lémery was born in Rouen in 1645 and died in Paris in 1715. He was one of the most illustrious chemists of his era, as shown by the numerous reprintings of his...