The Resource Calendarium naturale magicum perpetuum profundissimam rerum secretissimarum contemplationem totiusque Philosophiæ cognitionem complectens

Calendarium naturale magicum perpetuum profundissimam rerum secretissimarum contemplationem totiusque Philosophiæ cognitionem complectens

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Calendarium naturale magicum perpetuum profundissimam rerum secretissimarum contemplationem totiusque Philosophiæ cognitionem complectens
Title
Calendarium naturale magicum perpetuum profundissimam rerum secretissimarum contemplationem totiusque Philosophiæ cognitionem complectens
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Summary
The print depicts and describes a hermetic universe, with fourteen horizontal parts, each subdivided vertically into a number of sections connecting with others. The print incorporates alchemical, astrological and mystical elements
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Assessed: Condition report in research file;
Cataloging source
CMalG
Characteristic
graphic
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1593-1650
  • 1546-1601
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Merian, Matthaeus
  • Grossschedel von Aicha, Johann Baptist
  • Brahe, Tycho
Runtime
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/not-applicable
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Alchemy
  • Zodiac
  • Magic
Label
Calendarium naturale magicum perpetuum profundissimam rerum secretissimarum contemplationem totiusque Philosophiæ cognitionem complectens
Link
https://archive.org/details/calendariumnatur00meri
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Publication
Note
  • Three sheets joined on linen mount
  • Print with letters: Auth. Iohan Babtista [Gro]ssschedel ab Aicha; Io. Theodore de Bry excudeb.; Thico Brahae inuentor 1582
  • Print lacking date, attributed to Matthaeus Merian after images and text by Johann Baptist Grossschedel von Aicha
  • Cf. Gilly: the reference to Tycho Brahe as inventor implies only that the Calendarium imitates the method employed by the Danish astronomer
  • Ref.: Magic, alchemy and science 15th-18th centuries : the influence of Hermes Trismegistus, ed. Carlos Gilly, Cis van Heertum. Florence: Centro Di, 2002; The magical calendar: a synthesis of magical symbolism from the seventeenth century renaissance of medieval occultism, ed. Adam McLean. Edinburgh: Magnum Opus, Hermetic Sourceworks, 1979
Extent
1 online resource (1 print (3 sheets)
Governing access note
Open for use by qualified researchers
Immediate source of acquisition
mlan
Other physical details
engraving)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Calendarium naturale magicum perpetuum profundissimam rerum secretissimarum contemplationem totiusque Philosophiæ cognitionem complectens
Link
https://archive.org/details/calendariumnatur00meri
Publication
Note
  • Three sheets joined on linen mount
  • Print with letters: Auth. Iohan Babtista [Gro]ssschedel ab Aicha; Io. Theodore de Bry excudeb.; Thico Brahae inuentor 1582
  • Print lacking date, attributed to Matthaeus Merian after images and text by Johann Baptist Grossschedel von Aicha
  • Cf. Gilly: the reference to Tycho Brahe as inventor implies only that the Calendarium imitates the method employed by the Danish astronomer
  • Ref.: Magic, alchemy and science 15th-18th centuries : the influence of Hermes Trismegistus, ed. Carlos Gilly, Cis van Heertum. Florence: Centro Di, 2002; The magical calendar: a synthesis of magical symbolism from the seventeenth century renaissance of medieval occultism, ed. Adam McLean. Edinburgh: Magnum Opus, Hermetic Sourceworks, 1979
Extent
1 online resource (1 print (3 sheets)
Governing access note
Open for use by qualified researchers
Immediate source of acquisition
mlan
Other physical details
engraving)
Specific material designation
remote

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