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Articles in Janus

Janus: Revue Internationale de l'histoire des Sciences, de la Medicine, de la Pharmacie et de la technique. Leiden. Brill.
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Mahdihassan, S. Alchemy and its Connection with Astrology, Pharmacy, Magic and Metallurgy. [46]

Ho Ping-Yu and Needham, Joseph. Elixir poisoning in Mediaeval China. [48]

Siegel, R.E. On the relation between early Greek scientific thought and mysticism: is Hestia, the central fire, an abstract astronomical concept? [49]

Mahdihassan, S. Alchemy in the Light of its Names in Arabic, Sanskrit and Greek. [49]

Mahdihassan, S. Dualistic Symbolism in a Medieval Work on Pharmacy. [51]

Mahdihassan, S. Significance of the Four Elements in Alchemy. [51]

Thorndike, Lynn. Relation between Byzantine and Western Science and Pseudo-Science before 1350. [51]

de Jong, H. M. E. Michale Maier's Atalanta fugiens, Commentary on emblem XLVIII. [52]

Brinkman, A.A.A.M. The influence of Breughel's print "The Alchemist". [54]

de Jong, H.M.E. Glauber und die Weltangschauung der Rosenkreuzer. [56]

Mahdihassan, S. Basic terms of Greek alchemy. [57]

Mahdihassan, S. Colloidal gold as an alchemical preparation. [58]

Brinkman, A.A.A.M. Breughel's "Alchimist" and its influence in particular on Jan Steen. [61]

Mahdihassan, S. Alchemy, with the Egg as its Symbol. [63]