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  • Poem, Thomas Moravius to Bernard Gilles Penot; Latin
Source: Egidius de Vadis, Dialogus inter naturam et filium philosophiae, ed. Bernard Gilles Penot, Frankfurt am Main: Johannes Saur for Johann Rex, 1595, sig. K3v = pag. 134 [BP.Penot.1595-01]
The epigram encourages readers interested in the medical and alchemical arts to study the works of Bernard G. Penot. It suggests that by doing so, one will uncover solutions to complex mysteries, avoid pitfalls, and learn the healing powers of metals. This study will benefit not only physicians and chemists but also those seeking cures, promising them greater rewards than they hope for, thanks to Penot's expertise.

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