The Adumbratio Kabbalae Christianae appeared anonymously at the end of the second volume of Christian Knorr von Rosenroth’s Kabbala denudata (1684). The Adumbratio has generally been attributed to Francis Mercurius van Helmont, who collaborated with Knorr in translating many of the texts collected in the Kabbala denudata into Latin. The paper aims to support the opinion recently expressed by Anna Maria Vileno that the Adumbratio was the result of van Helmont’s close collaboration with Knorr.

THE ADUMBRATIO KABBALAE CHRISTIANAE AND THE PROBLEM OF ITS AUTHORSHIP

Giuliana Di Biase
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The Adumbratio Kabbalae Christianae appeared anonymously at the end of the second volume of Christian Knorr von Rosenroth’s Kabbala denudata (1684). The Adumbratio has generally been attributed to Francis Mercurius van Helmont, who collaborated with Knorr in translating many of the texts collected in the Kabbala denudata into Latin. The paper aims to support the opinion recently expressed by Anna Maria Vileno that the Adumbratio was the result of van Helmont’s close collaboration with Knorr.
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