A History of Magic and Experimental Science: The first thirteen centuries of our era

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Columbia University Press, 1958 - History - 1036 pages
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Contents

Introduction I
1
Thomas Aquinas 593
2
THE ROMAN EMPIRE
37
Some Twelfth Century Translators Chiefly
38
Astrology from the Arabic
66
Bernard Silvester Astrology and Geomancy
99
Natural Divination and
100
Roger Bacon 616
108
Ancient and Medieval DreamBooks
290
Theurgy
298
Aelian Solinus and Horapollo
322
THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY
326
EARLY CHRISTIAN THOUGHT
335
Michael Scot 307
338
Philo Judaeus
348
The Gnostics
360

Life 619
110
Galen
117
Saint Hildegard of Bingen
124
John of Salisbury
155
The Speculum Astronomiae 692
162
Daniel of Morley and Roger of Hereford
171
Raymond Lull 862
179
Vitruvius
182
Alexander Neckam on the Nature of Things
188
Plutarchs Essays
200
Moses Maimonides
205
Hermetic Books in the Middle Ages
214
Apuleius of Madaura
221
Kiranides
229
Prester John and the Marvels of India
236
Philostratuss Life of Apollonius of Tyana
242
The PseudoAristotle
246
Cecco dAscoli 948
267
Literary and Philosophical Attacks upon Supersti
268
Solomon and the Ars Notoria
279
Spurious Mystic Writings of Hermes Orpheus
287
Thomas of Cantimpre
372
Manuscripts 1027
381
The Christian Apocrypha
385
The Recognitions of Clement and Simon Magus
400
Bartholomew of England
401
The Confession of Cyprian and Some Similar Stories
428
Origen and Celsus
436
Vincent of Beauvais
457
Other Christian Discussion of Magic Before Augus
462
Gilbert of England and William of England
477
Basil Epipha
480
Petrus Hispanus
488
Albertus Magnus
501
Augustine on Magic and Astrology
504
Life
521
The Fusion of Pagan and Christian Thought
523
As a Scientist
528
Gerbert and the Introduction of Arabic Astrology 697
540
His Allusions to Magic
548
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