This chapter explores the many different resources available to aspiring alchemists in the sixteenth-century Holy Roman Empire. Many practitioners gained alchemical expertise by reading all or part of the vast corpus of treatises on the subject, and the overlapping fields such as metallurgy and medicine provided them with an invaluable source for essential skills and tools. However, no single method of alchemical training prevailed.
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