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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • of one Henry Cornelius, generally known as Agrippa of Nettesheim, in the
    • Like others whom we have considered, Henry Cornelius studied at the
    • In 1486, the year before Henry Cornelius was born, the son of Frederick IV,
    • While he was still a young man, Henry Cornelius was appointed secretary in
    • But Henry Cornelius' lectures did not long escape the attention of the
    • lecturing at Ghent. In London Henry Cornelius was a welcome guest in the
    • After his return to the Continent, Henry Cornelius went to Italy with
    • In all, Henry Cornelius remained in Italy about seven years, and they were a
    • Henry Cornelius was active as a physician during his first years in Italy,
    • France. Henry Cornelius returned to Germany, and in 1518, the year Zwingli
    • life of Henry Cornelius. Second, a woman was tried in Metz for witchcraft.
    • In his position as town advocate Henry Cornelius went to her defense, with
    • Henry Cornelius quietly left Metz for Cologne, where he remained in discreet
    • That Henry Cornelius was considered an able scholar is evidenced by the fact
    • uncertainty of conditions. Henry Cornelius also had published several works
    • Cornelius was able to live for some time at Cologne and Ronn under the
    • Henry Cornelius was married three times, and was the father of a large
    • genius, Henry Cornelius was typical of the men whose lives spanned the
    • sciences. This same Abbot of Sponheim had greatly influenced Henry Cornelius
    • waiting. Among his patients was one Canon Cornelius von Lichtenfels, who had
  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • walked by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa of Nettesheim (1487–1535) and



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