Henry Cornelius Agrippa's Fourth book of occult philosophy, and geomancy.
Magical elements of Peter de Abano. Astronomical geomancy [by Gerardus Cremonensis]. The nature of spirits [by Gorg Pictorius]. And arbatel of magic.
First translated into English by Robert Turner, Philomathées, 1555. And reprinted with great improvements.
|Related Names:||Pictorius, Georg approximately 1500-1569., Gherardo da Cremona 1113 or 1114-1187., Petrus de Abano approximately 1250-approximately 1315.|
Facsim. reprint. London, Askin Publishers, 1978. xvi, , 217 p. illus. 23 cm. (Source works on Mediaeval and Renaissance magic, V.4)
Translation of a work variously titled as Liber de ceremonijs magicis; and his De occulta philosophia, liber quartus.
Neither Agrippa nor Abano wrote the works here ascribed to them; the Heptameron, or Magical elements also was ascribed to Agrippa under the title: Les oeuvres magiques, with Abano as translator.
500 copies printed. No. 148.
, 217 p.
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