Paracelsus was based upon a study of the original narrative, and Sordello was a historical though a very indefinite person.
Your forefather, who, in the revival of science, sought the secrets of Apollonius and Paracelsus.
Paracelsus he describes, with some justice, as very lofty, but very diffuse.
Paracelsus gives very minute directions for the making of a magic mirror.
He published several pieces bearing on medicine, astrology and alchemy, and attacking the system of Paracelsus.
Wurzburg, where Festus and Paracelsus had been as students, is on its banks.
On each of the title-pages the author was named as the writer of “Paracelsus,” “Sordello” being ignored.
Copernicus lived from 1473 to 1543, and was contemporary with Paracelsus and Raphael.
After eight years, two of which he had spent roving through Germany with Paracelsus, she died, leaving her property to relations.
Paracelsus has written at length on the same aspect of the subject.
Paracelsus Par·a·cel·sus (pār'ə-sěl'səs), Philippus Aureolus. 1493-1541.
German-Swiss alchemist and physician who introduced the concept of disease to medicine. He held that illness was the result of external agents attacking the body rather than imbalances within the body and advocated the use of chemicals against disease-causing agents.