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Nicholas Flammel his exposition of the 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. ...

Author: Nicolas Flamel; Eirenaeus Orandus; W Wynn Westcott
Publisher: [Bath, R.H. Fryar, 1890]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicolas Flamel; Eirenaeus Orandus; W Wynn Westcott
OCLC Number: 42019739
Notes: Preface signed W.W. Westcott.
"One hundred copies."
Description: xii, 45 p. front., illus. 22 cm.
Responsibility: Done into English out of the French copy, by Eirenaeus Orandus ... London, Printed by T.S. for T. Walsley, 1624.

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