Libellus de Alchimia, Ascribed to Albertus Magnus. Translated from the Borgnet Latin Edition, Introduction and Notes by Sister Virginia Heines, Etc. [With. Libellus de alchimia: ascribed to Albertus Magnus. Front Cover. Saint Albertus ( Magnus). University of California Press, – Body, Mind & Spirit – 79 pages. Libellus de Alchimia: Ascribed to Albertus Magnus (Heines, Virginia). Authors: Edelstein, Sidney M. Publication: Journal of Chemical Education, vol. 35, issue 9 .
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