File:Serpiente alquimica.jpg

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Description
Español: Simbolo alquímico
English: Ouroboros drawing from a late medieval Byzantine Greek alchemical manuscript.
Date 1478; uploaded 04/10/07
Source Fol. 279 of Codex Parisinus graecus 2327, a copy (made by Theodoros Pelecanos (Pelekanos) of Corfu in Khandak, Iraklio, Crete in 1478) of a lost manuscript of an early medieval tract which was attributed to Synosius (Synesius) of Cyrene (d. 412).

The text of the tract is attributed to Stephanus of Alexandria (7th century).

cf. scan of entire page here.
Author anonymous medieval illuminator; uploader Carlos adanero
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