Home

I I I I I I I I I


 

A I B I C I D I E I F I G I H I IJ I K I L I M I N I O I P I Q I R I S I T I U I V I W I XYZ I Bibliographie

 


A


  A Hermeticall banquet, drest by a spagiricall cook: for the better preservation of the microcosme. London 1652

Appleby, J. H. Arthur Dee and Johannes Banfi Hunyades. Further Information on their Alchemical und Professional Activities. In: Ambix 24, S. 96-109, 1977

Ashmole, Elias Theatrum Chymicum Britannicum, London 1652 / New York 1967 / Hildesheim 1968

 

B


Bacon, Roger The Mirror of Alchemy. (Hgg. v. St. J. Lind). New York 1992

Beretta, M. The Enlightenment of Matter: The Definition of Chemistry from Agricola to Lavoisier. Canton, MA 1993. (Uppsala Studies in the History of Science, 15)

Bergman, M. Hieronymus Bosch and Alchemy: A Study on the St. Anthony Triptych. Stockholm 1980

Boehmer, Th. Taoist Alchemy: a Sympathetic Approach through Symbols. In: Saso, M. u. Chappell, D. W.(Hg.): Buddhist and Taoist Studies I. (Asian Studies at Hawai, No. 18), Honululu 1977

Bolton, H. C. Contribution of Alchemy to Numismatics. In Am. Journal of Numismatics 24 (1890), 73-83

Bose, D.M., Sen, S.N./ Subbarayappa, B.V. (Hg.) A Concise History of Science in India, New Delhi 1971

Boyle, R.

The Sceptical Chymist, 1661 / London 1965


Breger, H.

Elias Artista — A Precursor of the Messiah in Natural Science. In: Mendelsohn; E., Novotny, H. (Hg.): Nineteen Eighty-Four: Science between Utopia and Dystopia, S. 49-62, Dordrecht 1984


Brehm, E. Roger Bacon´s Place in the History of Alchemy. In: Ambix 23, S. 53-57, 1976

Breiner, L. A. The Career of the Cockatrice. In: Isis 70, S. 30-47, 1979

Brinkman, A. An Unknown Alchemical Drawing Probably by David Teniers II. In: Ambix 13, s. 187-188, 1966

Brinkman, A. The Influence of Breughel's Print 'The Alchemist'. In: Janus 54, S. 141-145, 1967

Brinkman, A. Brueghel´s ´Alchemist´ and its Influence, in Particular on Jan Steen. In: Janus 61, S. 233-269, 1974

Browne, C. A. Rhetorical and Religious Aspects of Greek Alchemy, including a Commentary and Translation of the Poem of the Philosopher Archelauos upon the Sacred Art. In: Ambix 2, S. 129-136, 1946

Browne, C. A. Thetorical and Religious Aspects of Greek Alchemy. In: Ambix 3, S. 15-25, 1948

Bullock, A. et al. (Hg.) Images and Ideologies. Selfdefinition in the Hellenistic world, Berkeley 1996

Burland, C. A. The Art of the Alchemists, London/New York 1967

 

C


Caron, M./ Hutin, S. The Alchemists, New York 1961

Casini, P. Newton, a Sceptical Alchemist? In: Righini Bonelli, M. L., Shea, W. R. (Hg.): Reason Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution, S. 233-238, New York 1975

Castillejo, D. The Expanding Force in Newton´as Cosmos, Madrid 1981

Churchill, M. S. The Seven Chapters, with Explanatory Notes "von Newton". In: Chymia 12, S. 27-57, 1967

Clarke, L. The Chymical Wedding (Roman), London 1989

Coelho, P. The Alchemist. A Fable about Following our Dream (Roman), San Francisco 1993

  Collectanea chemica: Being Certain Select Treatises on Alchemy and Hermetic Medicine by Eirenaeus Philalethes, George Starkey, Dr. Francis Anthony, Sir George Ripley, an Anonymous Unknown, 1893 / London 1963

Corbett, J. Catalogue des Alchimiques Latins (2 Bde.), Brüssel 1939 / 1951

Corbin, H. Cyclical Time and Ismaili Gnosis, London 1983

Coudert, A. Alchemy. The Philosopher's Stone, London 1980

Craven, J. B. Count Michael Maier, London 1969

Crisciani, C. The Conception of Alchemy as Expressed in the Pretiosa margarita novovella of Petrus Bonus. In: Ambix 20, S. 165-181, 1973

Crosland, M. Historical Studies in the Language of Chemistry, London/Melbourne/Toronto 1962

 

D


Damon, S.F. De Brahm: Alchemist. In: Ambix 24, S. 77-88, 1977

Davidson, J.P. ´I am the Poison Dripping Dragon´: Iguanas and their Symbolism in the Alchemical and Occult Paintings of David Tenier the Younger. In: Ambix 34, S. 62-80, 1987

Debus, A.G. The English Paracelsists, London 1965

Debus, A.G. Robert Fludd and the Chemical Philosophy of the Renaissance. In: Organon (Polen), S. 119-126, 1967

Debus, A.G. Renaissance Chemistry and the Work of Robert Fludd. In: Ambix 14, S. 42-59, 1967

Debus, A.G. Mathematics and Nature in the Chemical Texts of the Renaissance. Ambix 15, S. 1-28, 1968

Debus, A.G. The Chemical Dream of the Renaissance, Cambridge 1968

Debus, A.G. (Hg.) Science, Medicine and Society in the Renaissance. Essays to honor Walter Pagel (2 Bde.), New York 1972

Debus, A.G. Chemistry, Alchemy and the New Philosophy 1550-1700, London 1986

Debus, A.G. Myth, Allegory, and Scientific Truth: An Alchemical Tradition in the Period of the Scientific Revolution. In: Nouvelles de la République des Lettres, S. 13-35, 1987

Debus, A.G. Alchemy in an Age of Reason: The Chemical Philosophers in Early 18th Century France. In: I. Merkel, A. G. Debus (Hg.): Hermeticism and the Renaissance: Intellectual History and the Occult in Early Moder Europe, Washington 1988

Debus, A.G. The French Paracelsians, Cambridge 1991

Dixon, L. S. Alchemical Imagery in Bosch´s Garden of Delights, Ann Arbor 1980

Dobbs, B.J.T. Studies in the Natural Philosophy of Sir Kenelm Digby. In: Part I: Ambix 18, S. 1-25, 1971; Part II: Ambix 20, S. 143-163,  1973; Part III: Ambix 21, S. 1-28, 1974

Dobbs, B.J.T. The Foundation of Newton's Alchemy or 'The Hunting of the Greene Lyon', Cambridge 1975

Dobbs, B.J.T. Newton´s Copy of Secrets Reveal´d and the Regimens of the Work. In: Ambix 26, S. 145-169, 1979

Dobbs, B.J.T. Newton's Alchemy and his Theory of Matter. Isis 73, S. 511-528, 1982

Dobbs, B.J.T. Newton´s Clavis: New Evidence on its Dating and Significance. In: Ambix 29, S. 198-202, 1982

Dobbs, B.J.T. Newton's Alchemy and his Action Principle of Gravitation. In: Scheurer, P.B., Debrock, G. (Hg.): Newton 's Scientific and Philosophical Legacy, 1988

Dobbs, B.J.T. Newton´s Commentary on the Emerald Table of Hermes Trismegistus: Its Scientific and Theological Significance. In: Merkel, I., Debus, A. G. (Hg.): Hermeticism and the Renaissance. Intellectual History and the Occult in Early Modern Europe, S. 182-191, Washington/London/Toronto 1988

Dobbs, B.J.T. Alchemical Death and Resurrection, Washington 1990

Dobbs, B.J.T. From the Secrecy of Alchemy to the Openness of Chemistry. In: Frängsmyr, T. (Hg.): Solomon's House Revisited, S. 75-94, Canton 1990

Dobbs, B.J.T. The Janus Faces of Genius: The Role of Alchemy in Newton's Thought, Cambridge 1991

Dubs, H.H. The beginnings of Alchemy. In: Isis 38, S. 62-85, 1947/48

Duncan, E.H. The Literature of Alchemy and Chaucer´s Canon´s Yeoman´s Tale: Framework, Theme, and Characters. In: Speculum 43, S. 633-656, 1968

Duveen, D.I.; Willemart, A. Some Seventeenth Century Chemists and Alchemists of Lorraine. In: Chymia 2, S. 111-117, 1949

 

E


Espagnet, Jean d' Jean d'Espagnet's The Summary of Physics restored (Enchyridion Physicae restitutae), (Übers. u. komm. T. Willard, 1651 / New York 1992

 

F


Fabricius, J. Alchemy: The Medieval Alchemists and their Royal Art, Kopenhagen 1976

Faivre, A. The Golden Fleece and Alchemy, Albany 1993

Feldman, B./ Richardson, R.D. The Rise of Modern Mythology: 1680-1860, Bloomington 1972

Ferguson, J. Catalogue of the Ferguson Collection of Books, Mainly Relating to Alchemy, Chemistry, Witchcraft and Gipsies, in the Library of the University of Glasgow (2 Bde.),  Glasgow 1943

Ferguson, J. Bibliotheca chemica (2 Bde.), 1906 / 1954 / 1955

Field, J. V. (Hg.) Renaissance and Revolution, Cambridge 1994

Figala, K. Alchemical Interpretation of the Theme Lion-Dragon in a Drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. In: Physis 14, S. 349-356, 1972

Figurevski, N.A. The Alchemist and Physician Arthur Dee. In: Ambix 13, S. 35-51, 1965

Flamel, Nicolas His Exposition of the Hieroglyphicall Figures, 1624. (Hgg. u. erläutert v. L. Dixon), New York/London 1994

Forbes, R.J. Was Newton an Alchemist. In: Chymia 2, S. 27-36, 1949

Forbes, R.J. On the Origins of Alchemy. In: Chymia 4, S. 1-11, 1953

Forbes, R.J. A Short History of the Art of Destillation, Leiden 1970

Fowden, G. The Egytian Hermes, Cambridge 1986

Franz, M.-L. v. Alchemy: An Introduction to the Symbolism and the Psychology, Toronto 1980

French, P.J. John Dee. The World of an Elzabethan Magus, London 1972

Fück, J.W. The Arabic Literature on Alchemy According to an-Nadim (A.D. 987). In: Ambix 4, S. 82-143, 1949

 

G


Geoghegan, D. Some Indications of Newton´s Attitude towards Alchemy. In: Ambix 6, S. 102-106, 1957

Geoghegan, D. A Licence of Henry VI to Practice Alchemy. In: Ambix 6, S. 10-17, 1957

Geoghegan, D. Gabriel Plattes´ Caveat for Alchymists. In: Ambix 10, S. 97-102, 1962

Gettings, F. Dictionary of Occult, Hermetic and Alchemical Sigils. London, Boston 1981

Glidewell, C. Ancient and Medieval Chinese Protochemistry. In: J. Chem. Ed. 66, S. 631-633, 1989

Goldwater, L.J. Mercury. A History of Quicksilver, Baltimore 1972

Gottlieb, J.S. Hermetic, Alchemical and Rosencrucian Works at the Newberry Library of Chicago. In: Cauda Pavonis 3, 1943

Graven, J.E. Count Michael Maier, Doctor of Philosophy and of Medicine, Alchemist, Rosicrucian, Mystic, 1568-1622. Life and Writings, London 1968

Greenaway, F. The Alchemist in an Age of Anxiety. In: Chemistry and Industry (GB), S. 52-53, 1968

Gregory, J.C. Chemistry and Alchemy in the Natural Philosophy of Sir Francis Bacon, 1561-1626. In: Ambix 2, S. 93-111, 1938

Grossinger, R. Alchemy: Pre-Egyptian Legacy, Millennial Promise, Richmond, Calif. 1979

Guinsburg, A.M. Henry Moore, Thomas Vaughan, and the Late Renaissance Magical Tradition. In: Ambix 28, S. 36-58, 1980

Gwyn, D. Richard Eden: Cosmographer and Alchemist. In: Sixteenth-Century Journal 15, S. 13-24, 1984

 

H


Hall, M.B. Newton´s Voyage in the Strange Seas of Alchemy. In: Righini Bonelli, M. L., Shea, W. R. (Hg.): Reason Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution, S. 239-246, New York 1975

Hall, M.B. The Rosencrucians and Magister Christoph Schlegel. Hermetic Roots in America, Los Angeles 1986

Hall, M.B. Henry Moore and the Scientific Revolution, Cambridge 1990

Hamarneh, S.K. Arabic-Islamic Alchemy — Three Intertwined Stages. In: Ambix 29, S. 74-87, 1982

Hanen, P./ Osler, M.J./ Weyant, R.G. (Hg.) Science, Pseudo-Science and Society, Waterloo/Ontario 1980

Hannaway, O. The Chemists and the World. The Didactic Origins of Chemistry, Baltimore 1975

Harkness, D.E. John Dee´s Conversation with Engels: Cabala, Alchemy, and the End of Nature, New York/Cambridge 1999

Haq, Syed Nomanul Names, Natures and Things: The Alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan and his Kitab al-Ahjar (Book of Stones), Dordrecht/Boston/ London 1994

Haschmi, M.Y. The Beginning of Arab Alchemy. In: Ambix 9, S. 155-161, 1961

Haskins, D.H. The ´Alchemy´ ascribed to Michael Scot. In: Isis 10, S. 350-359, 1928

Heilbron, J.L. The Affair of the Countess Görlitz, Cambridge/Mass. 1994

Hershbell, J.P. Democirtus and the Beginnings of Greek Alchemy. In: Ambix 34, S. 5-20, 1987

Heym, G. An Introduction to the Bibliography of Alchemy — Part I. In: Ambix 1, S. 48-60, 1937

Heym, G. Report of Discussion upon Chemical and Alchemical Symbolism: Some Alchemical Picture Books. Ambix 1, S. 69-75, 1937

Heym, G. The Aurea catena Homeri <1723>. In: Ambix 1, S. 78-83, 1937

Heym, G. Al-Razi and Alchemy. In: Ambix 1, S. 184-191, 1938

Heym, G. An Alchemical Journal of the Eighteenth Century. In Ambix 1, S. 197-199, 1938

Hillman, J. The Imagination of Air and the Collapse of Alchemy. In: Eranos-Jahrbuch 50, S. 273-333, 1981

Hiorns, A.H. Metal-colouring and Bronzing, London/New York 1907

Hirsch, R. the Invention of Printing and the Diffusion of Alchemical and Chemical Knowledge. In: Chymia 3, S. 115-141, 1950

Hitchcock, E.A. Remarks upon Alchemy and the Alchemists, 1857 / Los Angeles 1976

Ho Peng Yoke, Li/ Qi/ Shu An Introduction to Science and Civilisation in China, Hong Kong 1985

Hogart, R.C. Alchemy. A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Manly P. Hall Collection of Books and Manuscripts, including Realted Material on Rosencrucianism an the Writings of Jacob Boehme (Eingel. v. M. P. Hall), Los Angeles 1986

Holmyard, E.J. Kitab al-'ilm al-mutasab, Paris 1923

Holmyard, E.J. An Alchemical Tract Ascribed to Mary the Copt. In: Archeion 8, S. 161-167, 1927

Holmyard, E.J. Alchemical Equipment. In: C. Singer, E. J. Holmyard, T. I. Williams: A History of Technology (Bd. 2), S. 731-752, London 1956

Holmyard, E.J. Alchemy, 1957 / Baltimore 1968

Hopkins, A.J. Bronzing Methods in the Alchemistic Leyden Papyri. In: The Chem. News 85, S. 49-52, 1902

Hopkins, A.J. A Modern Theory of Alchemy. In: Isis 7, S. 58-76, 1925

Hopkins, A.J. Alchemy - Child of Greek Philosophy, 1934 / New York 1963

Hopkins, A.J. A Defense of Egyptian Alchemy. In: Isis 28, S. 424-432, 1938

Hunter, M. Alchemy, Magic and Morality in the Thought of Robert Boyle. In: Brit. J. Hist. Sci. 23, S. 387-410, 1990

Hunter, M. (Hg.) Robert Boyle Reconsidered, Cambridge/New York 1994

 

I J


Idel, M. The Origin of Alchemy according to Zosiomos and a Hebrew Parallel. In: Revue des Études juives 145, S. 117-124, 1986

Josten, C. H. The Text of John Dastin´s ´Letter to Pope John XXIII.´. In: Ambix 4, S. 34-51, 1949

Josten, C. H. Truth´s Golden Arrow: An Unpublished Alchemical Treatise by Robert Fludd in the Bodleian Library. In: Ambix 3, S. 91-150, 1949

Josten, C. H. William Backhouse of Swallowfield. In: Ambix 4, S. 1-33, 1949

Josten., C. H. Robert Fludd´s Philosophical Key and his Alchemical Experiment on Wheat. In: Ambix 11, S. 1-23, 1963

Josten, C. H. (Hg.) Elias Ashmole (1617-1692): His Autobiographical and Historical Notes, His Correspondence and Other Contemporary Sources Relating to His Life and Work (5 Bde.), Oxford 1966

Josten, C. H. Elias Ashmole, Theatrum Chemicum (6 Bde.), 1659-1661 / Oxford 1966

Jung, C. G. The Bologna Enigma. In: Ambix 2, S. 182-191, 1946

 

K


Karpenko, V. Viridarium chymicum: The Encyclopedia of Alchemy. In: J. Chem. Ed. 50, S. 270-272, 1973

Karpenko, V. Coins and Medals Made of Alchemical Metal. In: Ambix 35, S. 65-76, 1988

Karpenko, V. Christoph Bergner: The last Prague alchemist. In: Ambix 37, S. 116-120, 1990

Kauffman, G.B./ Payne, Z.A. Contributions of Ancients and Alchemists. Part I: In: Chemistry 46, S. 6-10, April 1973; Part II: In: Chemistry 46, S. 8-11, Dec. 1973

Kauffman, G.B./ Myers, R.D./ Koob, J. Contributions of Ancients and Alchemists. Part. III: In: Chemistry 49, S. 12-17, Nov. 1976

Kauffman, G.B./ Schwartz, A.T. Experiments in Alchemy. In: J. Chem. Ed. 53, Part I S. 136-138, Part II S. 235-239, 1976

Kauffman, G.B./ Broughton, R.J. The Comte de Saint-Germain, Immortal Alchemist or Ingenious Charlatan? In: The Hexagon, S.  20-22, 1979

Kauffman, G.B. The Transmutation of Silver into Gold. In: Gold Bull. 16, S. 21-28, 1983

Kauffman, G.B. August Strindberg´s Chemical and Alchemical Studies. In: J. Chem. Ed. 60, S. 584-590, 1983

Kauffman, G.B.

The Mystery of Stephen H. Emmens: Successful Alchemist or Ingenious Swindler? In: Ambix 30, S. 65-88, 1983


Kauffman, G.B. The Role of Gold in Alchemy. In: Gold Bull. 18, S. 31-44, S. 69-78, S. 109-119, 1985

Kauffman, G.B. August Strindberg, Goldmaker. In: Gold Bull. 21, S. 69-75, 1988

Kelly, Edward The Alchemical Writings, 1893 / New York 1970

Kelly, L.G. (Hg.) Basil Valentine, His Triumphant Chariot of Antimony with Annotations of Theodore Kirkringius, 1678 / New York 1990

Kibre, P. The Alkimia minor Ascribed to Albertus Magnus. In: Isis 32, S. 267-300, 1940

Kibre, P. Alchemical Writings Ascribed to Albertus Magnus. In: Speculum 17, S. 499-518, 1942; Speculum 34, S. 238-247, 1959

Kibre, P. An Alchemical Tract Attributed to Albertus Magnus. In: Isis 35, S. 303-316, 1944

Kibre, P. lbertus Magnus on Alchemy. In: J. A. Weisheipl (Hg.): Albertus Magnus and the Sciences, S. 187-202, Toronto 1980

Kibre, P. Two Alchemical Miscellanies. Vatican Latin MSS. 4041, 4092. In: Ambix 8, S. 167-176, 1980

Kitching, C. Alchemy in the Reign of Edward VI: An Episode in the Careers of Richard Whalley and Richard Eden. In: Bull. of the Inst. of Hist. Research, Univ. of London 44, S. 308-315, 1971

Knoespe K.J. The Mythological Transformations of Renaissance Sciences: Physical Allegory and the Crisis of Alchemical Narrative (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 115, S. 99-112), Boston 1989

Kohn, L. Early Chinese Mysticism. Philosophy and Soteriology in Taoist Tradition, Princeton 1992

Kren, C. Alchemy in Europe. A Guide to Research, New York/London 1990

 

L


Lange, E.F. Alchemy and the Sixteenth-Cedntury Metallurgists. In: Ambix 13, S. 92-95, 1966

Lapidus In Pursuit of Gold - Alchemy in Theory and Practice, London 1976

Lebenthal, H. In the Shadow of the Enlightenment, New York 1976

Leicester, H.M. The Historical Background of Chemistry, London/New York 1961

Levey, M. Evidence of Ancient Distillation. Sublimation and Extraction in Mesopotamia. In: Centaurus 4, S. 23-33, 1955

Levi della Vida, G. Something more about Artefius and his Clavis sapientiae. In: Speculum 13, S. 80-85, 1938

Lindberg, D.C./ Westman, R.S. Reappraisal of the Scientific Revolution, Cambridge 1990

Linden, S.J. (Hg.) The Mirror of Alchimy. Composed by the Thrice-famous and Learned Fryer, Roger Bacon (English Renaissance Hermeticism 4), New York 1992

Linden, S.J. Jonson and Sendivogius: Some New Light on Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists at Court. In: Ambix 24, S. 39-54, 1977

Linden, S.J. Francis Bacon and Alchemy: The Reformation of Vulcan. In: J. Hist. Ideas 35, S. 547-569, 1974

Linden, S.J. Alchemy and Eschatology in Seventeenth-Century Poetry. In: Ambix 31, S. 102-124, 1984

Lindsay, Jack The Origins of Alchemy in Graeco-Roman Egypt, London 1970

Lippmann, E.O. v. Some Remarks on Hermes and Hermetica. In: Ambix 2, S. 21-25, 1938

Lloyd, G.E.R. Magic, Reason, and Experience. Studies in the Origin and Development of Greek Science, Cambridge/London/New York/Melbourne 1979

Lloyd, G.E.R. Demystifying Mentalitites, Cambridge 1990

London, J.J.K. Splendor solis: Alchemical Treatises of Salomon Trismosin, London 1921

Lucas, A./ Harris J.R. Ancient Egyptian Materials and Industries, 4. Aufl. London 1962

Lukian The Works of Lucian (Hgg. u. übers. v. A. M. Harmon) 8 Bde, London/Cambridge/Mass. 1936

Luther, M.H.Jr. A History of the Psychological Interpretation of Alchemy. In: Ambix 22, S. 10-20, 1975

 

M


Mahdihassan, S. A Triple Approach to the Problem of the Origin of Alchemie. In: Scientia (It.) 101, S. 444-455, 1966

Mahdihassan, S. Basic Terms of Greek Alchemy in Historical Perspective. In: Janus 57, S. 42-52, 1970

Mahdihassan, S. Imitation of Creation by Alchemy and its Corresponding Symbolism. In: Abr-Nahrain 12, S. 95-117, 1972

Mahdihassan, S. Medicine and Alchemy in Indian Culture. In: Scientia (It.) 108, S. 857-862, 1973

Mahdihassan, S. Alchemy, with the Egg as its Symbol. In: Janus 63, S. 133-153, 1976

Mahdihassan, S. Early Terms for Elixir hitherto unrecognized in Greek Alchemy. In: Ambix 23, S. 129-133, 1976

Mahdihassan, S. Elixirs of Mineral Origin in Greek Alchemy. In: Ambix 24, S. 133-142, 1977

Mahdihassan, S. Alchemy and its Fundamental Terms in Greek, Arabic, Sanskrit and Cheinese. In: Indian Journal of the History of Science 16, S. 64-76, 1981

Martels, Z.R.W.M. v. (Hg.) Alchemy Revisited (Proceedings of the Int. Conference on the History of Alchemy at the University of Groningen, 17-19 April 1989), Leiden 1990

Matsuo, Yukitoshi A Digression of the Animal Spirits: The Changes of Concept of 'Spirit' in seventeenth century Science. In: Historia Scientiarum 25, S. 1-15, 1983

Mazzeo, J.A. Notes on John Donne´s Alchemical Imagery. In: Isis 48, S. 103-123, 1957

McCrae, J. Gold and Alchemy. In: The South African Industrial Chemist 4, S. 102-109, S. 122-128, 1950

McGuire, J.E. Transmutation and Immutability: Newton´sDoctrine of Physical Qualities. In: Ambix 14, S. 69-75, 1967

McGuire, J.E. Neoplatonism and Active Principles: Newton and the Corpus Hermeticum. In: Westman, R. S., McGuire, J. E. (Hg.): Hermeticism and the Scientific Revolution, S. 94-142, Los Angeles 1977

McGuire, J.E./ Rattansi, P.M. Newton and the ´Pipes of Pan´. In: Notes and Records of the Royal Society 21, S. 108-143, 1966

McLean, A. The Amphitheatre Engravings of Heinrich Khunrath (Übers. v. P. Tahil), Edinburgh 1980

McPhail, I. The Mellon Collection of Alchemy and the Occult. In: Ambix 14, S. 198-202, 1967

Mead, G.R.S. Thrice-greatest Hermes, London 1949

Mendelsohn, E./ Novotny, H. (Hg.) Nineteen Eighty-Four: Science between Utopia and Dystopia, Dordrecht 1984

Merkel, I./ Debus, A.G. (Hg.) Hermeticism and the Renaissance. Intellectual History and the Occult in Early Modern Europe, Washington/London/Toronto 1988

Merkur, D. The Study of Spiritual Alchemy: Mysticism, Gold-Making, and Esoteric Hermeneutics. In: Ambix 37, S. 35-45, 1990

Miles, W. Sir Kenelm Digby, Alchemist, Scholar, Courtier, and Man of Adventure. In: Chymia 2, S. 119-128, 1949

Montagu, M.F.A. (Hg) Studies and Essays in the History of Science and Learning offered in Homage to George Sarton, 1954 / New York 1969

Montgomery, J.W. Cross, Constellation, and Crucible: Lutheran Astrology and Alchemy in the Age of the Renaissance. In: Ambix 11, S. 65-86, 1963

Montgomery, J.W. Cross and Crucible. Johann Valentin Andreae (1586-1654), Phoenix of the Theologians (2 Bde.), Den Haag 1973

Moran, B. The Alchemical World of the German Court. Occult Philosophy and Chemical Medicine in the Circle of Moritz of Hessen (1572-1632), Stuttgart 1991

More, L.T. Boyle as Alchemist. In: J.Hist Ideas 2, S. 61-76, 1941

Morienus A Testament of Alchemy, Being the Revelations of Morienus... to Khalid ibn Yazid (Übers. u. komm. v. L. Stavenhagen), Hanover NH 1974

Morrison, I.R. Francois de la Noue et l´alchimie. In: Bibl. d´Humanisme et Renaissance, Travaux et Documents 44, S. 587-599, 1982

Müller-Jahncke, W.D. The Attitude of Agrippa von Nettersheim (1486-1535) Towards Alchemy. In: Ambix 22, 134-150, 1975

Multhauf, R.P. The Origins of Chemistry, London 1966

 

N


Needham, J. Alchemy, medicine and religion in the China of AD 320; the Nei P'ien of Ko Hong. In: Technology and Culture 10, S. 90-92, 1969

Needham, J. Artisans et alchimistes en Chine est dans le monde hellénistiuqe. In: Pensée 152, S. 3-25, 1970

Needham, J. The Elixir Concept and Chemical Medicine in East and West. In: Organon 11, S. 167-190, 1975

Needham, J. The Shorter Science and Civilisation in China. Abridged by C. A. Ronan. Bd. 4, Cambridge 1994

Needham, J. Science and Civilisation in China. Bd. 5, Teile 2-5. Cambridge 1974-1983. Tl. 2: Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Magisteries of Gold and Immortality (1974); Tl. 3: Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Historical Survey, from Cinnanbar Elixirs to Synthetic Insulin, (1976); Tl. 4: Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Apparatus, Theories and Gifts (1980); Tl. 5: Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Physiological Alchemy, 1983

Newhauser, R. The Merlini allegoria in English. In: English Literary Renaissance 10, S. 121-132, 1980

Newman, W. Thomas Vaughan as an Interpreter of Agrippa von Nettesheim. In: Ambix 29, S. 125-140, 1982

Newman, W. R. The Genesis of the Summa perfectionis. In: Arch. Int d´Histoire des Sciences 35, S. 240-302, 1985

Newman, W. R. New Light on the Identity of ´Geber´. In: Sudhoffs Arch. 69, S. 76-90, 1985

Newman, W. R. Newton´s ´Clavis´ as Starkey´s ´Key´. In: Isis 78, S. 564-574, 1987

Newman, W. R. Technology and Alchemical Debate in the Late Middle Ages. In: Isis 80, S. 423-445, 1989

Newman, W. R. The Summa perfectiones of Pseudo-Geber, Leiden 1991

Newman, W. R. Corpuscular Alchemy. In: Bull. Hist. Chem. 13/14, S. 19-26, 1992-93

Newman, W. R. Prophecy and Alchemy: The origins of Eirenaeus Philadelphus. In: Ambix 37, S. 97-115, 1990

Newman, W. R. Gehennical Fire. The Lives of George Starkey, an American Alchemist in the Scientific Revolution, Cambridge/Mass. 1994

Newman, W. R./ Principe, L. M. Alchemy vs. Chemistry: The Etymological Origins of a Historiographic Mistake. In: Early Science and Medicine 3, S. 32-65, 1998

Newton, I. Opticks (Ausg. 1730 hgg. v. I. B. Cohen.), New York 1952

Nicholl, C. The Creature in the Map. A Journey to El Dorado, Cape Town 1994

Nierenstein, M./ Chapman, P. F. Enquiring into the Authorship of the Ordinall of Alchimy. In: Isis 18, S. 290-321, 1932

Nierenstein, M./ Price, F.M. The Identity of the MS Entitled ´Mr. Norton´s Worke, de lapide ph´orum´ with the Ordinall of Alchimy. In: Isis 21, S. 52-56, 1934

Norton, Thomas Ordinal of Alchemy (Hgg. v. J. Reidy), 125 S., London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1975

 

O


Obrist, B. (Hg.) Constantine of Pisa. The Book of the Secrets of Alchemy. Introduction, Critical Edition, Translation and Commentary, Leiden 1990

Ogrinc, W.H.L. Western Society and Alchemy, 1200-1500. In: Journal of Medieval History 6, S. 127-137, 1980

Oppenheim, A.L. Mesopotamia in the Early History of Alchemy. In: Revue d'Assyriologie et d'Archéologie Orientale 60, S. 29-45, 1966

 

P


Pagel, W. Paracelsus: Traditionalism and Medieval Sources. In: Stevenson, L.G./ Multhauf, R.P. (Hg.): Medicine, Science and Culture, S. 50-75, Baltimore

Pagel, W. The Paracelsian Elias Artista and the alchemical tradition. In: Dilg-Frank, R. (Hg.): Kreatur und Kosmos, S. 6-19, Stuttgart 1981

Pagel, W. Joan Baptista van Helmont. Reformer of Science and Medicine, Cambridge 1982

Pagel, W. From Paracelsus to Van Helmont. Studies in Renaissance Medicine and Science, London 1986

Papathanassiou, M. Stephanos of Alexandria, Pharmaceutical Notations and Cosmology in his Alchemical Work. In: Ambix 37, S. 121-133, 1990

Paracelsus Research Society Alchemical laboratory bulletins, Salt Lake City 1960-72, 492+139 Seiten

Partington, J.R. Report of Discussion upon Chemical and Alchemical Symbolism: The Origins of the Planetary Symbols for the Metals. In: Ambix 1, S. 61-64, 1937

Partington, J.R. Albertus Magnus on Alchemy. In: Ambix 1, S. 3-20, 1937

Partington, J.R. The Chemistry of Razi. In: Ambix 1, S. 192-196, 1938

Partington, J.R. Trithemius and Alchemy. In: Ambix 2, S. 53-59, 1938

Partington, J.R. A History of Chemistry (4 Bde.), London 1961-1970

Patai, R. Maria the Jewess - Founding Mother of Alchemy. In: Ambix 29, S. 175-197, 1982

Patai, R. Raymund de Tarrega: Marrano, Heretic and Alchemist. In: Ambix 35, S. 14-30, 1988

Patai, R. The Alchemical Corpus attributed to Raymundus Lullus, London 1989

Patai, R. The Jewish Alchemist: A History and Source Book, Princeton 1994

Payne, R.K. Sex and Gestation. The Union of Opposites in European and Chinese Alchemy. In: Ambix 36, S. 66-79, 1989

Peirera, M. The Alchemical Corpus attributed to Raymon Lull, London 1989

Petrus Bonus The New Pearl of Great Price (Übers. u. hgg. v. A. E. Waite), 1894 / London 1963

Plass, P. A Greek Alchemical Formula. In: Ambix 29, S. 69-73, 1982

Principe, L. ‘Chemical Translation’ and the Role of Impurities in Alchemy: Examples from Basil Valentine´s Triumph-Wagen. In: Ambix 34, S. 21-30, 1987

Principe, L.M. The Gold Process. Directions in the Study of Robert Boyle's Alchemy. In: Martels, Z.R.W.M. v. (Hg.): Alchemy Revisited, S. 200-205, Leiden 1990

Pritchard, A. Thomas Charnock´s Book Dedicated to Queen Elisabeth. In: Ambix 26, S. 56-73, 1979

Pritchard, A. Alchemy: a Bibliography of English-language Writings, London 1980

 

Q


Quincey, Th. de The Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, New York 1978

 

R


Rashed, R. (Hg.) Encyclopedia of the History of Arab Science (3 Bde.), Routledge 1995

Rather, L.J. Alchemistry, the Kaballa, the Analogy. In: Episteme (It.) 6, S. 83-103, 1972

Rattansi, P.M. Alchemy and Natural Magic in Raleigh´s History of the World. In: Ambix 13, S. 122-138, 1966

Rattansi, P.M. Newton´sAlchemical Studies. In: Debus, A.G. (Hg.): Science, Medicine and Society in the Renaissance (2 Bde.), Bd. 2, S. 167-182, New York 1972

Rattansi, P.M. Some Evaluations of Reason in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Natural Philosophy. In: Teich, M., Young, R. (Hg.): Changing Perspectives in the History of Science, S. 148-166, London 1973

Rattansi, P.M./ Clericuzio, A. (Hg.) Alchemy and Chemistry in the 16th and 17th Century, Dodrecht/Boston/London 1994

Ray, P.C. Origins and tradition of alchemy. In: Indian J. Hist. Sci., S. 1-21, 1967

Ray, P.C. History of Chemistry in Ancient and Medieval India, incorporating the History of Hindu Chemistry (2 Bde.), 1909 / Calcutta 1956

Read, J. Prelude to Chemistry: An Outline of Alchemy, Its Literature and Relationships, London 1936

Read, J. Alchemy under James IV of Scotland. In: Ambix 2, S. 60-67, 1938

Read, J. The Alchemist in Life, Literature and Art, London 1947

Read, J. Through Alchemy to Chemistry. A Procession of Ideas & Personalities, 1957 / New York 1982

Regrove, H.S. Alchemy, Ancient and Modern, 2. Aufl. 1922 (Neu eingel. v. H. J. Sheppard), East Ardsley/ Wakefield/Yorks. 1973

Reidy, J. Alchemy as Counter-Culture. In: Indiana Social Studies Quarterly 24, S. 41-51, 1971

Reidy, J. (Hg.) Norton, Thomas: The Ordinal of Alchemy, Oxford/London 1975

Righini Bonelli, M.L./ Shea, W.R. (Hg.) Reason Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution, New York 1975

Roberts, G. The Mirror of Alchemy. Alchemical Ideas and Images in Manuscripts and Books, London 1994

Robinet, I. Original Contributions of Neidan to Taoism and Chinese Thought. In: L. Kohn (Hg.): Taoist Meditation and Longevity Techniques, S. 297-330, Ann Arbor 1989

Ross, G.M. Leibniz and the Nuremberg Alchemical School. In: Studia Leibniziana 6, S. 222-248, 1974

Rossi, P. Hermeticism, Rationality and the Scientific Revolution. In: Righini Bonelli, M.L., Shea, W.R. (Hg.): Reason Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution, S. 247-273, New York 1975

Ruska, Julius Methods of Research in the History of Chemistry. In: Ambix 1, S. 21-29, 1937

 

S


Sadler, L.V. Realtions between Alchemy and Poetics in the Renaissance and 17th Century, with Special Glances at Donne and Milton. In: Ambix 24, S. 69-76, 1977

Sadoul, J. Alchemists and Gold, London 1972

Salzberg, H.W. From Caveman to Chemist. Circumstances and Achievements, Washington 1991

Scarborough, J. Gnosticism, Drugs, and Alchemy. In: Pharm. Hist. 13, S. 151-157, 1971

Schuler, R.M. William Blomfild, Elisabethan Alchemist. In: Ambix 20, S. 75-87, 1973

Schuler, R.M. Alchemical Poetry (English Renaissance Hermetism 5), New York 1995

Schwartz-Salant, N. Jung on Alchemy, Selected and Introduced by N. Schwartz-Salant, Princeton 1995

Secret, F. Palingenisis, Alchemy and Metempsychosis in Renaissance Medicine. In: Ambix 26, S. 81-92, 1979

Scopa, J.P. Boerhaave on Alchemy. Synthesis (Cambridge) 4, S. 24-37, 1979

Scott, W. Hermetica (4 Bde.), Boston 1985

Seaton, E. Thomas Hariot´s Secret Script. Ambix 5, S. 85-110, 1956

Sheppard, H.J. Gnosticism and Alchemy. In: Ambix 6, S. 86-101, 1957

Sheppard, H.J. The Egg Symbolism in Alchemy. In: Ambix 6, S. 140-148, 1958

Sheppard, H.J. The Redemption Theme and Hellenistic Alchemy. In: Ambix 7, S. 42-46, 1959

Sheppard, H.J. A Survey of Alchemical and Hermetic Symbolism. In: Ambix 8, S. 35-41, 1960

Sheppard, H.J. The Origin of the Gnostic-Alchemical Relationship. In: Scientia 97, S. 146-149, 1962

Sheppard, H.J. The Ouroboros and the Unity of Matter in Alchemy. In: Ambix 10, S. 83-96, 1962

Sheppard, H.J. Colour Symbolism in the Alchemical Opus. In: Scientia 99, S. 232-236, 1964

Sheppard, H.J. Alchemy, Origin or Origins. In: Ambix 17, S. 69-84, 1970

Sheppard, H.J. The Mythological Tradition and Seventeenth-Century Alchemy. In: . In: Debus, A. G. (Hg.): Science, Medicine and Society in the Renaissance. Essays to Honor Walter Pagel (2 Bde.), Bd. 1, S. 47-59, New York 1972

Sheppard, H.J. Chinese and Western Alchemy: the Link thorough Definition. In: Ambix 32, S. 32-37, 1985

Sheppard, H.J. European Alchemy in the Context of a Universal Definition. In: Meinel, C. (Hg.): Die Alchemie in der euopäischen Kultur- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte, S. 13-17, Wiesbaden 1986

Shirley J.W. The Scientific Experiments of Sir Walter Raleigh, the Wizard Earl, and the Three Magi in the Tower, 1603-1617. In: Ambix 4, S. 52-66, 1949

Shumaker, W. The Occult Sciences in the Renaissance. A Study in Intellectual Patterns, Berkeley 1972

Simrock, A.V. Alchemy and the World of Science. An Intellectual Biography of Frank Sherwood Taylor. In: Ambix 34, S. 121-139, 1987

Singer, D.W. The Alchemical Testament Attributed to Raymond Lull. In: Archeion 9, S. 43-52, 1928

Singer, D.W. Catalogue of Latin and Vernacular Alchemical MSS in Great Britain and Ireland Dating Before the XVI. Century (3 Bde.), Brüssel 1929-1931

Singer, D.W. Michael Scot and Alchemy. In. Isis 13, S. 5-15, 1929/30

Singer, D.W. Alchemical Writings Attributed to Roger Bacon. In Speculum 7, S. 80-86, 1932

Singer, D.W. Alchemical texts Bearing the Name of Plato. In: Ambix 2, S. 115-128, 1946

Sivin, N. Chinese Alchemy. Preliminary Studies, Cambridge/Mass. 1968

Sivin, N./ Nakayama (Hg.) Chinese Science. Explorations of an Ancient Tradition, Cambridge/Mass./London 1973

Sivin, N. Chinese Alchemy and the Manipulation of Time. In: Isis 67, S. 513-527, 1976

Sivin, N. The Theoretical Background of Elixir Alchemy. In: J. Needham: Science and Civilisation in China. Bd. 5, Tl. 4, S. 210-305, Cambridge 1980

Sivin, N. Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in Ancient China, Brookfield 1995

Sleeper, H.J. The Alchemical Fugues in Count Michael Maier´s Atalanta fugiens. In: J. Chem. Ed. 15, S. 410-415, 1938

Smith, P.H. The Business of Alchemy: Science and Culture in the Holy Roman Empire, Princeton 1994

Stapleton, H.E. (Hg) Muhammed ibn Umail. Three Arabic Treatises on Alchemy, Calcutta 1933

Stapleton, H.E. The Antiquity of Alchemy. In: Ambix 5, S. 1-43, 1953

Stapleton, H.E. The Gnomon as a Possible Link between one Type of Mesopotanmain Ziggurat and the Magi Square Numbers on which Jabirian Alchemy was based. In: Ambix 6, S. 1-9, 1957

Stapleton, H.E./ Husain, H./ Azo, R.F./ Lewis, G.L. Two Alchemical Treatises Attributed to Avicenna. In: Ambix 10, S. 41-82, 1962

Stavenhagen, L. The Original Text of the Latin Morienus. In: Ambix 17, S. 1-12, 1970

Stevenson, L.G./ Multhauf, R.P. (Hg.) Medicine, Science and Culture, Baltimore 1968

Stillman, J.M. The Story of Alchemy and Early Chemistry, 1924 / New York 1960

Stock, J.T. Development of the Chemical Balance, London 1969

Stock (van der Stock), H. Contemplations on the Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosencreuz, Whitby 1981

Stolzenberg, D. Unpropitious Tinctures. Alchemy, Astrology & Gnosis according to Zosimos of Panopolis. In: Arch. Int. D`Hist. Sci. 49, S. 3-31, 1999

Strickmann, M. On the Alchemy of T'ao Hung-ching. In: Welch, H., Seidel, A. (Hg.): Facts of Taoism. Essays in Chinese Religion, New Haven/London 1979

Szulakowska, U. The Tree of Aristotle: Images of the Philopher´s Stone and their Transference in Alchemy from the 15th to the 20th Century. In: Ambix 33, S. 53-77, 1986

 

T


Taylor, F.S. A Survey of Greek Alchemy. In: J. Hellenic Studies 50, S. 109-139, 1930

Taylor, F.S. The Alchemical Works of Stephanos of Alexandria. Part I: In Ambix 1, S. 116-139, 1937; Part II: In: Ambix 2, S. 38-49, 1938

Taylor, F.S. Report of Discussion upon Chemical and Alchemical Symbolism: Symbols in Greek Alchemical Writings. In: Ambix 1, S. 64-67, 1937

Taylor, F.S. The Origins of Greek Alchemy. In: Ambix 1, S. 30-47, 1937

Taylor, F.S. The Visions of Zosimos. In: Ambix 1, S. 88-92, 1937

Taylor, F.S. The Evolution of the Still. In: Annals of Science 5, S. 185-202, 1945

Taylor, F.S. Thomas Charnock. In: Ambix 2, S. 148-176, 1946

Taylor, F.S. George Ripley´s Song. In: Ambix 2, S. 177-181, 1946

Taylor, F.S. Alchemical Papers of Dr. Robert Plot. In: Ambix 4, S. 67-76, 1949

Taylor, F.S. The Alchemists. Founders of Modern Chemistry, 1949 / St. Albans 1976

Taylor, F.S./ Josten, C.H. Johannes Banfi Hunyades, 1576-1650. In: Ambix 5, S. 44-52, 1953

Taylor, F.S. An Alchemical Work of Sir Isaac Newton. In Ambix 5, S. 59-84, 1956

Teich, M./ Young, R. (Hg.) Changing Perspectives in the History of Science, London 1973

Temkin, O. Medicine and Graeco-Arabic Alchemy. In: Bull. of the Hist. of Medicine 29, S. 134-155, 1955

  The Hermetic Museum, Restored and Enlarged, 1678 / New York 1973

Theissen, W.R. John Dastin ´s Letter on the Philosopher´s Stone. In: Ambix 33, S. 78-87, 1986

Thomas, P.D. The Alchemcial Thought of Walter of Odington. In: Actes du XIIe Congrès Int. d´Histoire des Sciences IIIA (1968), S. 141-144, Paris 1971

Thomson, S.H. The Texts of Michael Scot´s Ars alchemiae. In: Osiris 5, S. 523-559, 1938

Thorndike, L. A History of Magic and Experimental Science (Bde. 1-8), New York 1923-1958

Thorndike, L. Seven Salts of Hermes. In: Isis, S. 187-188, 1930

Thorndike, L. Alchemy during the First Half of the Sixteenth Century. In: Ambix 2, S. 26-37, 1938

Thorndike, L. Some Alchemical Manuscripts at Bologna and Florence. In: Ambix 5, S. 85-110, 1956

Titley, A.F. Report of Discussion upon Chemical and Alchemical Symbolism: The Macrocosm and the Microcosm in Medieval Alchemy. In: Ambix 1, S. 67-69, 1937

Titley, A.F. Paracelsus: A Resume of Some Controversies. In: Ambix 1, S. 166-183, 1938

Trenn, T.J. Transmutation Natural and Artificial, London/Philadelphia/Rhein 1981

Trinick, J. The Fire-Tried Stone (signum atque signatum), An Enquiry into the Development of a Symbol. Marazion/Cornwall 1967

 

U


   

   

 

V


Vasoli, C. Alchemy in the Seventeen Century: The Euopean and Italian Sacene. In:Righini Bonelli, M. L., Shea, W. R.: Reason Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution, S. 49-58, New York 1975

Vaughan, Thomas The Works of Thomas (Eugenius Philaletes), (Hgg. v. A. Rudrum u. J. Drake-Brockman), Oxford 1984

Vickers, B. (Hg.) Occult and Scientific Mentalities in the Renaissance, Cambridge 1984

 

W


Waite, A.E. (Hg.) The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus the Great (2 Bde.), Chicago 1910

Waite, A.E. The Secret Tradition in Alchemy, 1926 / New York 1969

Waite, A.E. Alchemists through the Ages. Ist Developments and Records, 1888 / New York 1974

Waite, A.E. (Hg.) The Turba Philosophorum, 1896 / New York 1970

Webb, E. The Alchemy of Man and the Alchemy of God: the Alchemist as Cultural Symbol in Modern Thought. In: Religion and Literature 17, S. 47-60, 1985

Webster, C. From Paracelsus to Newton: Magic and the Making of Modern Science, Cambridge 1982

Weeks, M.E./ Leicester, H.M. Discovery of the Elements, 7. Aufl. Easton 1967

Welles, E.B. The Unpublished Alchemical Sonnets of Felice Feliciano. An Episode in Science and Humanism in 15th Century Italy. In: Ambix 29, S. 1-16, 1982

Wellesz, E. Music in the Treatises of Greek Gnostics and Alchemists. In Ambix 4, S. 145-155, 1951

West, M. Notes on the Importance of Alchemy to Modern Science in the Writings of Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle. In: Ambix 9, S. 102-114, 1961

Westfall, R.S. Newton and the Hermtic Tradition. In: Debus, A. G. (Hg.): Science, Medicine and Society in the Renaissance (2 Bde.), Bd. 2, S. 183-198, New York 1972

Westfall, R.S. Isaac Newton´s Index chemicus. In: Ambix 22, S. 174-185, 1975

Westfall, R.S. The Role of Alchemy in Newton´s Career. In: Righini Bonelli, M. L., Shea, W. R. (Hg.): Reason Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution, S. 189-232, New York 1975

Westfall, R.S. The Influence of Alchemy on Newton. In: Hanen, P., Osler, M. J., Weyant, R. G. (Hg.): Science, Pseudo-Science and Society, S. 145-169, Waterloo/Ontario 1980

Westfall, R.S. Alchemy in Newton´s Library. In: Ambix 31, S. 97-101, 1984

Westfall, R.S. Newton and Alchemy. In: Vickers, B. (Hg.): Occult and Scientific Mentalities in the Renaissance, S. 315-335, Cambridge 1984

Weyer, J. The Image of Alchemy in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Histories of Chemistry. In: Ambix 23, S. 65-79, 1976

Wilkinson, R.S. New England´s Last Alchemists. In: Ambix 10, S. 128-138, 1962

Wilkinson, R.S. the Alchemical Library of John Winthorp, Jr. (1606-1676) and His Descendants in Colonial America. In: Ambix 11, S. 33-51, 1963

Wilkinson, R.S. George Starkey, Physician and Alchemist. In: Ambix 11, S. 121-152, 1963

Wilkinson, R.S. The Problem of the Identity of Eirenaeus Philalethes. In: Ambix 12, S. 24-43, 1964

Wilkinson, R.S. Some Bibliographical Puzzles Concerning George Starkey. In: Ambix 20, S. 235-244, 1973

Willard, T. Alchemy and the Bible. In: Centre and Labyrinth: Essys in Honour of Northrop Grye, S. 115-127, Toronto 1983

Wilson, C.A. The Jabian numbers, Pythogorean numbers and Plato's Timaeos. In: Ambix 35, S. 1-13, 1988

Wilson, W.J. An Alchemical MS by Arnaldus de Bruxella. In: Osiris 2, S. 220-405, 1936

Wilson, W.J. Catalogue of Latin and Vernacular Alchemical MSS in the US and Canada. In: Osiris 6, S. 1-836, 1939

 

XYZ


Yates, F. The Rosencrucian Enlightenment, London/Boston 1972

Yosida, M. The Chinese concept of nature. In: Sivin, N. u. Nakayama (Hg.): Chinese Science. Explorations of an Ancient Tradition, S. 71-89, Cambridge/Mass./London 1973

Young, J.T. Faith, Medical Alchemy and Natural Philosophy: John Moriaen, Reformed Intelligencer, and the Hartlib Circle, Brookfield 1998

Yu Ying-shih Life and Immortality in the Mind of Han China. In: Havard J. Asiatic Studies 25, S. 80-122, 1964/5

Zimmermann, R.E. The Structure of Mythos: on the Cultural Stability of Alchemy. In: Ambix 31, S. 125-137, 1984

Zinguer, I. Alchemy, ´Locus´ of Renewal for Writing in the Moyen de parvenir of Béroalde de Verville (1610). In: Ambix 31, S. 6-15, 1984

 

Bibliographie


Brüning, Volker Fritz

Bibliographie der alchemistischen Literatur, Bd. 1: 2004 / Bd. 2: 2006 / Bd. 3: 2007


Duveen, Denis I.

Bibliotheca alchemica et chemica, London 1949 / Utrecht 1986


Duveen, Denis I.

Catalogue 62 - The Duveen collection of alchemy & chemistry, New York 1953 / Utrecht 1986


Ferchl, Dr. Fritz Chemische-Pharmazeutisches Bio- und Bibliographikon, Mittenwald 1938

Schmieder, K. C. Geschichte der Alchemie, 1832 / Halle 1837 / Ulm 1959

Stöckinger, A./ Telle, J. (Hrsg.) Die Alchemiebibliothek Alexander von Bernus in der Badischen Landesbibliothek Karlsruhe. Katalog der Drucke und Handschriften, Wiesbaden 1997

 

 

 


© Frater Eidolon letzte Änderung 17.01.2016. Eidolons Alchemie ist nicht für die Inhalte fremder Seiten verantwortlich, die über einen Link erreicht werden.

Für Heilsversprechungen, Erlösungstrips und Egowahn konsultieren Sie bitte einen Arzt oder Apotheker, ...oder treten Sie einer Sekte bei!