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John Dee: The World of an Elizabethan Magus
by Peter French
Dorset Press, New York, 1972, 243pp, HC.
[England, 16C]

  1. John Dee's Reputatin
  2. The Development of an English Magus
  3. Elizabethan England's Greatest Library
  4. John Dee and the Hermetic Philosophy
  5. Magic, Science and Religion
  6. John Dee and the Sidney Circle
  7. John Dee and the Mechanicians: Applied Science in Elizabethan England
  8. John Dee as an Antiquarian
  1. Letter from Dee to Queen Elizabeth
  2. Frontispiece to Meric Casaubon's A True and Faithful Relation of What Passed for many Years Between Dr. John Dee...and Some Spirits
  3. Figures illustrating the Lullian art
  4. The divine mens descending into the human body
  5. Correspondencies between the microcosm and the macrocosm.
  6. Title page of John Dee's Monas Hieroglyphica
  7. The structure of the universe
  8. The function of the senses, imagination and intellect in the mind
  9. The Copernican universe
  10. Dee's minutes of the first angelic conference at which Edward Kelley acted as a medium
  11. Design for John Dee's great seal
  12. Correlation of the monochordum mundi with the elemental, planetary and angelic spheres
  13. John Dee's 'Groundplat' for the English Euclide
  14. John Dee's original title page for the General and Rare Memorials
  15. A page from John Dee's 'Of Famous and Rich Discoveries'
  16. Letter from John Dee to John Stow