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Albertus, Magnus, ? 1193-1280 (Saint)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: ? 1193-1280

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

De corpore Domini by Albertus Magnus (abridged version), followed by other short theological works, 15th century

 part
Identifier: MS 78/ff. 82r-93v
Contents The treatise known as De corpore Domini ('On the body of the Lord') or Liber de sacramento Eucharistiae ('On the sacrament of the Eucharist') belongs to the corpus of Albertus Magnus, ('Albert the Great', c. 1193 - 1280), German Dominican friar, bishop, theologian and philosopher, labelled Doctor universalis due to his impressive knowledge. This manuscript contains...
Dates: 15th century

Excerpts from Semita recta by Pseudo-Albertus Magnus, 1478

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Identifier: MS 131/ff. 112r-115r
Contents The work from which this text has been extracted is one of the alchemical treatises attributed to Albertus Magnus (c. 1193 - 1280), German Dominican friar, bishop, theologian and philosopher, labelled Doctor universalis due to his impressive knowledge. Although Albertus' interest for some aspects of alchemy are documented from his authentic writings and the Semita recta show a clear and concise style which is similar to Albertus'...
Dates: 1478