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Celtic / Insular Illuminated Manuscripts:

  • Book of Kells
  • Book of Armagh
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  • Book of Deer
  • Book of Dimma
  • Book of Durrow
  • Book of Mulling
  • Cathach of St. Columba
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  • Carolingian Manuscripts:

  • Ebbo Gospels
  • Echternach Gospels
  • Sacramentary of Gellone
  • Romanesque / Protogothic manuscripts:

  • Martyrdoms of St. Peter & Paul (MS 28)
  • Passionale (MS Harley 624)
  • Gothic manuscripts:

  • Bestiary (MS Sloane 3544)
  • Miscellaneous manuscripts:

  • The Book of the White Earl (MS. Laud Misc. 610)
  • Old-Time books (XVI-XIX):

  • Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735)
  • Aztec and Mesoamerican manuscripts:

  • Codex Borgia
  • Codex Magliabechiano
  • Codex Telleriano-Remensis
  • Florentine Codex
  • Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735)

    Language
    German
    Century
    XVIII
    Origin
    Germany, Erfurt

    The 18th century alchemical work by Abraham Eleazar the Jew, "Uraltes chymisches Werck", Erfurt, 1735, contains a work entitled Donum Dei by Simon (Samullis ) Baruch, which has a series of engravings related to the Eleazar series.

    The book was formerly written by the author, partly in Latin and Arabian, partly in Chaldee and the Syriac Language and Written Afterwards by one who remains Anonymous. Translated to German.

     

    Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) Illustrations

    Illustration 1
    Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) - Ouroboros. In front of a tree bare of leaves, two serpent dragons seize each other's tail and form an ouroboros. The upper snake is winged and wears a crown. On the left foreground a tulip-like flower is growing.Page (Folio): n/a

    Ouroboros. In front of a tree bare of leaves, two serpent dragons seize each other's tail and form an ouroboros. The upper snake is winged and wears a crown. On the left foreground a tulip-like flower is growing.

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    Vector Clipart: Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) - Ouroboros

    Illustration 2
    Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) - Serpents Ouroboros. Two serpent dragons seize each other's tail and form an ouroboros. The upper snake is winged and wears a crown. The signs of the four elements are set in a square around them. Associated with Water at the top left is Philosophical Mercury and Spirit; Air at the top right has Philosophical Sulphur and Soul; Fire at the bottom left has Philosophical Salt and 'Leib' - body or belly; while at the bottom right is Philosophical Earth and 'Corpus' - Body.Page (Folio): n/a

    Serpents Ouroboros. Two serpent dragons seize each other's tail and form an ouroboros. The upper snake is winged and wears a crown. The signs of the four elements are set in a square around them. Associated with Water at the top left is Philosophical Mercury and Spirit; Air at the top right has Philosophical Sulphur and Soul; Fire at the bottom left has Philosophical Salt and 'Leib' - body or belly; while at the bottom right is Philosophical Earth and 'Corpus' - Body.

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    Vector Clipart: Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) - Serpents Ouroboros

    Illustration 3
    Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) - Serpent Ouroboros. A single serpent dragon or snake seizes its tail and forms the ouroboros. It is crowned. In a square around it are 'The fixed fire' at the top left; 'The Holy Earth' on the bottom left and the 'First Paradise' at the lower right.Page (Folio): n/a

    Serpent Ouroboros. A single serpent dragon or snake seizes its tail and forms the ouroboros. It is crowned. In a square around it are 'The fixed fire' at the top left; 'The Holy Earth' on the bottom left and the 'First Paradise' at the lower right.

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    Vector Clipart: Abraham Eleazar (Samullis Baruch), Donum Dei (1735) - Serpent Ouroboros

     

     
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