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One of the pentacles found in the “Key of Solomon” manuscripts. This one is identified as “The Great Pentacle” and appears in Bodleian Library Michael MS. 276, a 17th century Italian manuscript. An equivalent figure also appears in a Latin version, Bodleian Library, Aubrey MS. 24, dated to 1674. The figure is a variant of the Sigillum Aemeth published by Athanasius Kircher in Oedipus Aegyptiacus (Rome, 1652–4, pp. 479–81).

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One of the pentacles found in the “Key of Solomon” manuscripts. This one is identified as “The Great Pentacle” and appears in Bodleian Library Michael MS. 276, a 17th century Italian manuscript. An equivalent figure also appears in a Latin version, Bodleian Library, Aubrey MS. 24, dated to 1674. The figure is a variant of the Sigillum Aemeth published by Athanasius Kircher in Oedipus Aegyptiacus (Rome, 1652–4, pp. 479–81).

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