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Palombara and the Magical Gate
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adammclean
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 Posted: Wed Jul 15th, 2009 06:16 pm
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Massimiliano Palombara Marquis of Pietraforte (1614 - 1680) was an Italian nobleman who developed an interest in alchemy. I am currently working with Gleb Butuzov on publishing a translation of an allegorical piece entitled La Bugia  (the candle).

I welcome any information on Palombara. He is best known today for the Porta Magica which still survives. There is an interesting video on this theme by Fausto Intilla

http://oloscience.blogspot.com/2008/11/la-porta-magica-video-documentario.html


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 Posted: Thu Jul 16th, 2009 07:46 am
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adammclean wrote:
Massimiliano Palombara Marquis of Pietraforte (1614 - 1680) was an Italian nobleman who developed an interest in alchemy. I am currently working with Gleb Butuzov on publishing a translation of an allegorical piece entitled La Bugia  (the candle).

I welcome any information on Palombara. He is best known today for the Porta Magica which still survives. There is an interesting video on this theme by Fausto Intilla

http://oloscience.blogspot.com/2008/11/la-porta-magica-video-documentario.html




Hi Adam,

I assume you know Mino Gabriele's treatise on him: "Il giardino di Hermes: Massimiliano Palombara alchimista e rosacroce nella Roma del Seicento" (con la prima edizione del codice autografo della Bugia – 1656). Editrice Ianua, Rome 1986.


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