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Alchemical manuscript ‘Clavis Artis’

Snake women, dragons and other esoteric imagery from the alchemical manuscript ‘Clavis Artis’

Alchemical manuscript ‘Clavis Artis’

Picture of the manuscript Zoroaster Clavis Artis, MS. Verginelli-Rota, Library Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, vol.

Frontispiece from Christopher Love Morley Collectanea chymica Leydensia, Leiden, 1693.  alchemywebsite.com

Frontispiece from Christopher Love Morley Collectanea chymica Leydensia, Leiden,

Le Mercure animé (caducée) Alchimie de Nicolas Flamel (1330 ?-1418) Manuscrit à peintures, 395 pages, 23 x 20 cm BnF, Département des Manusc...

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Clavis Artis is the title of an alchemy manuscript created in Germany in the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century, attributed to the Persian Zoroaster (Zarathustra).

images from the 18th century manuscript on alchemy Clavis Artis, attributed to Zoroaster. Biblioteca dell’Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma.

☤alquimia - images from the century manuscript on alchemy Clavis Artis, attributed to Zoroaster.

Images from the 18th century manuscript on alchemy Clavis Artis, attributed to Zoroaster. Biblioteca dell’Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma. (Source)

Image from the century manuscript on alchemy Clavis Artis, attributed to Zoroaster.

Clavis Artis is the title of a manuscript of alchemy published in Germany in the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century and is attributed to the Persian Zoroaster. The work is in three volumes of medium size, the text is in Gothic script cursive German and is accompanied by numerous illustrations in watercolor depicting alchemical images. There are also some pen drawings depicting laboratory instruments. Learn More

Clavis Artis is the title of a manuscript of alchemy published in Germany in the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century and is attributed to the Persian Zoroaster. The work is in three volumes.

Tree on a mountain, blown by the north wind, surrounded by dragons – an image from Nicholas Flamel’s ‘The Figures of Abraham the Jew’

52 Weeks of Inspiring Illustrations, Week 4: Weird and Wonderful Alchemical Illustrations

52 Weeks of Inspiring Illustrations, Week Weird and Wonderful Alchemical Illustrations

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The Dragon and The Serpant

From the century manuscript on alchemy Clavis Artis, attributed to Zoroaster. Represents an ourobouros.

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