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earliest authentic works extant on European alchemy are those of the English
monk Roger Bacon and the German philosopher Albertus Magnus; both believed in
the possibility of transmuting inferior metals into gold. This idea excited the
imagination, and later the avarice, of many persons during the Middle Ages...
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This idea excited the
imagination, and later the avarice, of many persons during the Middle Ages.
They believed gold to be the perfect metal and that baser metals were more
imperfect than gold. Thus, they sought to fabricate or discover a substance,
the so-called philosopher's stone, so much more perfect than gold that it could
be used to bring the baser metals up to the perfection of gold...
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