Catalog Record: Michaelis Majeri Viatorium, hoc est, De montibus planetarum septem seu metallorum : tractatus tam utilis, quam perspicuus, quo, ut Indice Mercuriali in trivijis, vel Ariadnêo filo in Labyrintho, seu Cynosurâ in Oceano Chymicorum errorum immenso, quilibet rationalis, veritatis amans, ad illum, qui in montibus sese abdidit De Rubea-petra Alexicacum, omnibus Medicis desideratum, investigandum, uti poterit | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Michaelis Majeri Viatorium, hoc est, De montibus planetarum septem seu metallorum : tractatus tam utilis, quam perspicuus, quo, ut Indice Mercuriali in trivijis, vel Ariadnêo filo in Labyrintho, seu Cynosurâ in Oceano Chymicorum errorum immenso, quilibet rationalis, veritatis amans, ad illum, qui in montibus sese abdidit De Rubea-petra Alexicacum, omnibus Medicis desideratum, investigandum, uti poterit.

Main Author: Maier, Michael, 1568?-1622
Related Names: Berthelin, Jean (Rouen) , ed.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Rothomagi : sumpt. Ioannis Berthelin ..., 1651.
Subjects: Astronomía > Obras anteriores a 1800.
Physical Description: 224 p. : il. ; 8o.
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