alchemical drawings by Nicolas Flamel (1330?-1418)  - National Library of France

alchemical drawings by Nicolas Flamel (1330?-1418) - National Library of France

Nicolas Flamel (prob. Pontoise, ca 1330 – Paris, March 22, 1418) was a successful French scribe and manuscript-seller. After his death, Flamel developed a reputation as an alchemist believed to have discovered the Philosopher's Stone and achieved immortality.

Nicolas Flamel (prob. Pontoise, ca 1330 – Paris, March 22, 1418) was a successful French scribe and manuscript-seller. After his death, Flamel developed a reputation as an alchemist believed to have discovered the Philosopher's Stone and achieved immortality.

Auberge Nicolas Flamel, the oldest stone house in Paris, at 52 rue de Montmorency

Auberge Nicolas Flamel, the oldest stone house in Paris, at 52 rue de Montmorency

Symboles alchimiques : Emblèmes de Solidonius Alchimie de Nicolas Flamel (1330 ?-1418) Manuscrit à peintures, 395 pages, 23 x 20 cm BnF, Dép...

Symboles alchimiques : Emblèmes de Solidonius Alchimie de Nicolas Flamel (1330 ?-1418) Manuscrit à peintures, 395 pages, 23 x 20 cm BnF, Dép...

Alchemy:  Alchemical drawings by Nicolas Flamel (1330?-1418) - National Library of France. An #Alchemy artwork.

Alchemy: Alchemical drawings by Nicolas Flamel (1330?-1418) - National Library of France. An #Alchemy artwork.

Le Mercure animé (caducée) Alchimie de Nicolas Flamel (1330 ?-1418) Manuscrit à peintures, 395 pages, 23 x 20 cm BnF, Département des Manusc...

Le Mercure animé (caducée) Alchimie de Nicolas Flamel (1330 ?-1418) Manuscrit à peintures, 395 pages, 23 x 20 cm BnF, Département des Manusc...

Nicolas Flamel, the French Alchemist (1330 - 1417). His Exposition of the Hieroglyphical Figures - His Secret Booke of the Blessed Stone called the Philosopher's. London, 1624.

Nicolas Flamel, the French Alchemist (1330 - 1417). His Exposition of the Hieroglyphical Figures - His Secret Booke of the Blessed Stone called the Philosopher's. London, 1624.

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