3 edition of Vitulus aureus found in the catalog.
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 909, no. 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||243|
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Contemporary half calf over speckled boards, raised bands, gilt spine decorations, red edges, title page printed in red and black.8vo., x cm. an ancient city an ancient forest , Joakim Philander [pseudonym; Friedrich Christian Schoenau], “The Adventure of the Inn ”, in Vitulus Aureus: The Golden Calf. Or, A Supplement to Apuleius ’s Golden Ass.
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marksAuthor: Joakim Philander. Vitulus Aureus Quem Mundus Adorat Et Orat Paperback – by Johann Friedrich Helvetius (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Johann Friedrich Helvetius. Johann Friedrich Schweitzer or Sweitzer, usually known as Helvetius ( – ) was a Dutch physician and alchemical writer of German extraction. He is known for his books Vitulus Aureus (The Golden Calf), published inIchts aus Nichts, für alle Begierigen der Natur from and Miraculo transmutandi Metallica, Antwerp, Helvetius was born or baptized 17 Vitulus aureus book in.
Vitulus may refer to. Vitulus Aureus (the golden calf), a book by Dutch alchemist Johann Friedrich Schweitzer; Hexanchus vitulus, the bigeyed sixgill shark, a shark species; a Roman cognomen.
Vitulus aureus: The golden calf. Or, A supplement to Apuleius's Golden ass. An enquiry physico-critico-patheologico-moral into the nature and efficacy of gold: the prodigious changes it causes in the minds of men; so as sometimes to make a fool become a man of parts, and a man of parts a fool. Vitulus aureus: The golden calf.
Or, A supplement to Apuleius's Golden ass. An enquiry Vitulus aureus book into the nature and efficacy of gold: the prodigious changes it causes in the minds of men; so as sometimes to make a fool Pages: Full text of "Vitulus aureus: The goldenA supplement to Apuleius's Golden ass.
An enquiry physico-critico-patheologico-moral into the nature and efficacy of gold: the prodigious changes it causes in the minds of men; so as sometimes to make a fool become a man of parts, and a man of parts a fool".
Get this from a library. Johannis Friderici Helvetii Vitulus aureus: quem mundus adorat & orat, in quo tractatur de rarissimo naturæ miraculo transmutandi metalla: nempe quomodo tota plumbi substantia vel intra momentum ex quavis minima lapidis veri philosophici particula in aurum obryzum commutata fuerit Hagæ Comitis.
[Johann Friedrich Helvetius]. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification:++++The golden calf which the world adores and desires in which is handled the most rare and incomparable wonder of nature in transmuting metals, viz, how the intire substance of lead was in one moment transmuted into gold-obrizonVitulus aureus, quem mundus.
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English Title: The Golden Calf, Which the World Adores, and Desires. Musaeum Hermeticum ("Hermetic library") is a compendium of alchemical texts first published in German, in Frankfurt, by Lucas Jennis. Additional material was added for the Latin edition, which in turn was reprinted in Its purpose was apparently to supply in a compact form a representative collection of relatively brief and less ancient alchemical writings; it could be regarded.
'Vitulus Aureus, oder Guldenes Kalb. Nach der andern Lateinischen vermehrten Auflage ins Hoch-teutsche übersetzt ', in Roth-Scholtz, F. Deutsches Theatrum Chemicum, Vol. 1, 'Vitulus aureus, oder guldenes Kalb', in Roth-Scholtz, Deutsches Theatrum chemicum, Johann Friedrich Schweitzer, also known as John Frederick Helvetius was a Dutch physician and alchemical writer, of German extraction.
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The title of this novel, Vitulus aureus, the Golden Calf, alludes to Apuleius’ Golden Ass, and the author’s name is a der claims to write a supplement to Apuleius’ novel and to make the inner workings of the mind visible to the naked eye, and open to inspection and comprehension.
(transitive) To recommend the opposite or negation of; to advise against. Antonyms: endorse, recommend, supportJoakim Philander [pseudonym; Friedrich Christian Schoenau], “The Adventure of the Inn”, in Vitulus Aureus: The Golden Calf.
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