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Kitchen Alchemy

Tesoro del Mondo, "Ars Preparatio Animalium"Antonio Neri 1598-1600, f. 10r (MS Ferguson 67).Between 1598 and 1600, Antonio Neri wrote a manuscript filled with alchemical recipes. He entitled it Tesoro del Mondo or "Treasure of the World" and...
From: Conciatore on 20 Mar 2020

Women in Alchemy

Antonio Neri, 1598-1600,MS Ferguson 67, f. 25r.It is certain that women have participated in the practice of alchemy since its beginnings, but hard documentation is scant. Maria Prophetissima, also known as Mary the Jewess, is perhaps the best known female...
From: Conciatore on 18 Mar 2020

Alchemy of Plants

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, f. 9r."Arts Preparatio frugu vel Piantar."In a 1598 manuscript devoted to "all of alchemy", Antonio Neri singled out four particular practices, each of which he made the subject of a detailed illustration. Each is devoted...
From: Conciatore on 20 Dec 2019

Kitchen Alchemy

Tesoro del Mondo, "Ars Preparatio Animalium"Antonio Neri 1598-1600, f. 10r (MS Ferguson 67).Between 1598 and 1600, Antonio Neri wrote a manuscript filled with alchemical recipes. He entitled it Tesoro del Mondo or "Treasure of the World" and...
From: Conciatore on 22 Nov 2019

Women in Alchemy

Antonio Neri, 1598-1600,MS Ferguson 67, f. 25r.It is certain that women have participated in the practice of alchemy since its beginnings, but hard documentation is scant. Maria Prophetissima, also known as Mary the Jewess, is perhaps the best known female...
From: Conciatore on 15 Nov 2019

We Were Trojans

Giovanni Domenico Tipeolo, Procession of the Trojan Horse in Troy. 1773In January of 1600, Antonio Neri finished an ambitious manuscript called Treasure of the World, which was devoted to "all of alchemy." On the first page of text after...
From: Conciatore on 25 Oct 2019

Alchemy of Plants

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, f. 9r."Arts Preparatio frugu vel Piantar."In a 1598 manuscript devoted to "all of alchemy", Antonio Neri singled out four particular practices, each of which he made the subject of a detailed illustration. Each is devoted...
From: Conciatore on 10 May 2019

Early Modern Lapidaries

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, 1598-1600f. 7v, "Ars Preparatio Lapidum"In 1598, in his early twenties, before his glassmaking career began, Antonio Neri completed an extraordinary manuscript. Tesoro del Mondo or 'Treasure of the World' was...
From: Conciatore on 8 May 2019

Women in Alchemy

Antonio Neri, 1598-1600,MS Ferguson 67, f. 25r.It is certain that women have participated in the practice of alchemy since its beginnings, but hard documentation is scant. Maria Prophetissima, also known as Mary the Jewess, is perhaps the best known female...
From: Conciatore on 25 Mar 2019

Kitchen Alchemy

Tesoro del Mondo, "Ars Preparatio Animalium"Antonio Neri 1598-1600, f. 10r (MS Ferguson 67).Between 1598 and 1600, Antonio Neri wrote a manuscript filled with alchemical recipes. He entitled it Tesoro del Mondo or "Treasure of the World" and...
From: Conciatore on 20 Mar 2019

We Were Trojans

Giovanni Domenico Tipeolo, Procession of the Trojan Horse in Troy. 1773In January of 1600, Antonio Neri finished an ambitious manuscript called Treasure of the World, which was devoted to "all of alchemy." On the first page of text after...
From: Conciatore on 1 Feb 2019

Alchemy of Plants

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, f. 9r."Arts Preparatio frugu vel Piantar."In a 1598 manuscript devoted to "all of alchemy", Antonio Neri singled out four particular practices, each of which he made the subject of a detailed illustration. Each is devoted...
From: Conciatore on 20 Jul 2018

Reniassance Lapidaries

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, 1598-1600f. 7v, "Ars Preparatio Lapidum"In 1598, in his early twenties, before his glassmaking career began, Antonio Neri completed an extraordinary manuscript. Tesoro del Mondo or 'Treasure of the World' was...
From: Conciatore on 18 Jul 2018

Kitchen Alchemy

Tesoro del Mondo, "Ars Preparatio Animalium"Antonio Neri 1598-1600, f. 10r (MS Ferguson 67).Between 1598 and 1600, Antonio Neri wrote a manuscript filled with alchemical recipes. He entitled it Tesoro del Mondo or "Treasure of the World" and...
From: Conciatore on 16 Jul 2018

We Were Trojans

Giovanni Domenico Tipeolo, Procession of the Trojan Horse in Troy. 1773In January of 1600, Antonio Neri finished an ambitious manuscript called Treasure of the World, which was devoted to "all of alchemy." On the first page of text after...
From: Conciatore on 2 May 2018

Kitchen Alchemy

Tesoro del Mondo, "Ars Preparatio Animalium"Antonio Neri 1598-1600, f. 10r (MS Ferguson 67).Between 1598 and 1600, Antonio Neri wrote a manuscript filled with alchemical recipes. He entitled it Tesoro del Mondo or "Treasure of the World"...
From: Conciatore on 16 Mar 2018

Women in Alchemy

Antonio Neri, 1598-1600,MS Ferguson 67, f. 25r.It is certain that women have participated in the practice of alchemy since its beginnings, but hard documentation is scant. Maria Prophetissima, also known as Mary the Jewess, is perhaps the best known female...
From: Conciatore on 2 Mar 2018

The Alchemy of Plants

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, f. 9r. "Arts Preparatio frugu vel Piantar." In a 1598 manuscript devoted to "all of alchemy", Antonio Neri singled out four particular practices, each of which he made the subject of a detailed illustration. Each is devoted...
From: Conciatore on 11 Sep 2017

Lapidaries in 1698

Antonio Neri, Tesoro del Mondo, 1598-1600 f. 7v, "Ars Preparatio Lapidum" In 1598, in his early twenties, before his glassmaking career began, Antonio Neri completed an extraordinary manuscript. Tesoro del Mondo or 'Treasure of the World'...
From: Conciatore on 28 Aug 2017

Alchemy in the Kitchen

Tesoro del Mondo, "Ars Preparatio Animalium" Antonio Neri 1598-1600, f. 10r (MS Ferguson 67). Between 1598 and 1600, Antonio Neri wrote a manuscript filled with alchemical recipes. He entitled it Tesoro del Mondo or "Treasure of the World"...
From: Conciatore on 25 Aug 2017

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