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Henricus Madathanus

Adrian von Mynsicht [3] and the Dyas Chymica Tripartita, both 1625 (Frankfurt, same publisher).

He wrote also the Thesaurus et Armamentarium Medico-Chymicum (1631), a medical work.[3]

Works

  • Hadriani a Mynsicht Thesaurus et armamentarium medico-chymicum. - digital edition
  • Hadriani a Mynsicht Thesaurus et armamentarium medico-chymicum : in quo selectissimorum contra quosuis morbos pharmacorum conficiendorum secretissima ratio aperitur, una cum eorundem virtute, usu, & dosi. - Lugduni : Huguetan, 1645 digital edition
  • Hadriani a Mynsicht alias Tribudenii Thesaurus et armamentarium medico-chymicum. - Lubecae : Schernwebel, 1646. digital edition
  • Hadriani a Mynsicht Thesaurus et armamentarium medico-chymicum. - digital edition
  • Hadriani a Mynsicht Thesaurus et armamentarium medico-chymicum. - Lubecae : A. J. Becker / Schmalherz, 1662. digital edition
  • Hadriani a Mynsicht Thesaurus et armamentarium medico-chymicum : hoc est selectissimorum, contra quosvis morbos, pharmacorum conficiendorum secretissima ratio, propria laborum experientia, multiplici & felicissima praxi confirmata, & nunc una cum remediorum virtute, usu, & dosi, doctrinae, & sapietiae filiis fideliter revelata & communicata. - digital edition
  • Adriani a Mynsicht Medicinisch-chymische Schatz- und Rüst-Kammer. - Stuttgart : Zubrodt / Lorber, 1686. digital edition
  • Adriani a Mynsicht Medicinisch-chymische Schatz- und Rüst-Kammer [Adrian of Mynsicht's medical-chemical Treasury and Armoury]. - Offenbach a.M. : Brunn & Metzler, 1695. digital edition

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