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See detailZosimus, alchemist
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in Bagnall, Roger S.; Brodersen, Kai; Champion, Craige B. (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Ancient History (2013)

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See detailZosimos of Panopolis
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in Koertge, Noretta (Ed.) New Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Volume 7 (2008)

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See detailGraeco-Egyptian Alchemy in Byzantium
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in Magdalino, Paul; Mavroudi, Maria (Eds.) The Occult Sciences in Byzantium (2006)

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See detailAlchemy, Hermetism and Gnosticism at Panopolis c. 300 A.D. : the Evidence of Zosimus
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in Egberts, A.; Muhs, Brian P.; van der Vliet, Jacques (Eds.) Perspectives on Panopolis : an Egyptian Town from Alexander the Great to the Arab Conquest. Acts from an international Symposium held in Leiden on 16, 17 and 18 December 1998 (2002)

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See detailLes alchimistes grecs. Tome IV,1 : Zosime de Panopolis, Mémoires authentiques
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Book published by Les Belles Lettres (1995)

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See detailPourquoi Isis est-elle appelée προφῆτις ?
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in Chronique d'Egypte : Bulletin Périodique de la Fondation Egyptologique Reine Elisabeth (1989), 64(127-128), 260-266

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See detailSur la trace des anges rebelles dans les traditions ésotériques du début de notre ère jusqu’au XVIIe siècle
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in Ries, Julien (Ed.) Anges et démons : actes du Colloque de Liège et de Louvain-la-Neuve (25-26 novembre 1987) (1989)

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See detailUne scène d’initiation alchimique: la "Lettre d’Isis à Horus"
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in Revue de l'Histoire des Religions (1988), 205(1), 3-24

In keeping with the practices customary in occult sciences during the first centuries AD, the short alchemical Greek treatise known as the Letter of Isis to Horus presents the secret recipe for the ... [more ▼]

In keeping with the practices customary in occult sciences during the first centuries AD, the short alchemical Greek treatise known as the Letter of Isis to Horus presents the secret recipe for the preparation of gold and silver as the result of an act of revelation. A number of themes characterizing late minor literature can be detected in it : initiation in exchange for a sexual favour, the oath of the initiate, the law of silence, and transmission of the secret to one’s son only. In the present article, these themes are examined in the light of their connections with the Corpus Hermeticum, astrology, Gnosis and, particularly, magical papyri. [less ▲]

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