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Hieroglyphical figures : Which he caused to be painted upon an arch in St. Innocents church yard in Paris concerning both the theory and practice of the philosophers stone (1624). Contained in this very rare book is the symbolism and allusions to the inner meanings contained within the powerful symbols that yielded their ancient secrets to Flammel. Preview this item
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Hieroglyphical figures : Which he caused to be painted upon an arch in St. Innocents church yard in Paris concerning both the theory and practice of the philosophers stone (1624). Contained in this very rare book is the symbolism and allusions to the inner meanings contained within the powerful symbols that yielded their ancient secrets to Flammel.

Author: Nicolas Flamel; Eirenaeus Orandus; W Wynn Westcott
Publisher: [Montana] : Kessinger, [1997]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicolas Flamel; Eirenaeus Orandus; W Wynn Westcott
ISBN: 1564595129 9781564595126
OCLC Number: 437861864
Description: xii, 45, [1], 44, [4] pages of plates : illustrations ; 28 cm
Other Titles: Figures hierogliphiques.
Nicholas Flammel his exposition of the hieroglyphical figures which he caused to be painted ...
Responsibility: Introduction by W.W. Westcott. Nicholas Flammel.

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