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Periodical: Archiv fur Freimaurer und Rosenkreuzer

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Archiv fur Freimaurer und Rosenkreuzer.
1783--1785 Irregular
Berlin, Germany. Language: German. Publisher: August Mylius. Editor: Konrad Friedrich Uden.
1/1, 1783-1785.

Uden (1754-1823) was a German physician who published the first journal in German on forensic and legal medicine at the same time he was publishing this journal, and then practiced in Russia and published there the first medical journal in Russian. He was a friend of the art historian and pioneering Hellenist Johann Joachim Winkelmann, an admirer of J.J. Rousseau, and a writer on Freemasonry, publishing a Masonic "ephemerides" for the year 1785, and Fragments pro and con Freemasonry in 1782. The journal, published in Berlin, includes excerpts from Gabriel Naudé and Eugenius Philalethes, and the complete text of the Algemeine Reformation and Fama Fraternitatis. It also included antiquarian articles on the likes of "The Origin of the Word Magic and Early Christian Magic." John Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica (Glasgow, 1906), 2:292. University of Chicago; Cornell University; ZDB Stuttgart WLB; Munchen BSB; Berlin SBB Haus Potsdamer Str; Munster Inst Ethik Gesch Med; Dresden SLUB, ZB; Innsbruck Univ.

Issues:Archiv fur Freimaurer und Rosenkreuzer V1 1783
Archiv fur Freimaurer und Rosenkreuzer V2 1785

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