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8.Pellonius, Paulus († 1551)

De judiciis astrorum cum electionibus et quaestionibus.
Avrāhām Ibn-Ezra (1089/92-1164/67). Tractatus de significationibus planetarum.
Pellonius, Paulus. On the process of stars with selection and investigation.
Abraham Ibn Ezra. Treatise on the signs of the planets.
1540, Germany, in Latin.
Binding of the 16th century: boards, embossed leather, clasps.
Lat. O.v.III № 1

The book contains astrological treatises by the medieval Arab scholar Abraham Ibn Ezra and the 16th century German scientist Paulus Pellonius. The manuscript was produced in a small size on parchment, each its leaf is one sixteenth the size of the full sheet. The original binding has survived: the manuscript is bound in boards covered in leather with a blind embossed frame and metal clasps.

9. Magisterium de lapide philosophorum et alia curiosa chymica

Manual on the philosopher's stone and the other curious chemistry.
17th century, in Latin and Italian.
Binding of the 17th century, made of the sheet of parchment.
Razn. О.III.8

10. Corbinelli, Jean (1615-1716)

Collection of the philosophical maxims, reflections and teachings.
17th century (2nd half), France, in the French language.
Binding of the 17th century: cardboard, covered by parchment.
Fr. F.III.5

The guarding sheet at the beginning of the book carry the coat of arms of Marquis de Grasse, inscribed by hand. However, an attempt to find out the exact name of the owner of the manuscript has not yet succeeded. One of the most famous members of this family - Francois Jean Paul de Grasse († 1788), a French admiral, who helped the United States to struggle for its independence from the British Crown during the American Revolutionary War.