Anton Kirchweger (died February 8, 1746) He was the editor or the author of the influential hermetical book Aurea Catena Homeri (Golden Chain of Homer); Aurea Catena Homeri oder, Eine Beschreibung von dem Ursprung der Natur und natürlichen Dingen (The Golden Chain of Homer, or A Description of Nature and Natural Things). The book was read by Pietists and later influenced the young Goethe. It was first published in Leipzig in 1723, in the German language, followed by other editions: 1723, 1728, 1738 and 1757 (Latin edition). Another Latin version was issued at Frankfurt in 1762. Sometime in the late eighteenth century Sigismund Bacstrom translated parts of the work into English. In 1891, part of the translation was published in the Theosophical Society journal Lucifer.

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  • Anton Kirchweger (died February 8, 1746) He was the editor or the author of the influential hermetical book Aurea Catena Homeri (Golden Chain of Homer); Aurea Catena Homeri oder, Eine Beschreibung von dem Ursprung der Natur und natürlichen Dingen (The Golden Chain of Homer, or A Description of Nature and Natural Things). The book was read by Pietists and later influenced the young Goethe. It was first published in Leipzig in 1723, in the German language, followed by other editions: 1723, 1728, 1738 and 1757 (Latin edition). Another Latin version was issued at Frankfurt in 1762. Sometime in the late eighteenth century Sigismund Bacstrom translated parts of the work into English. In 1891, part of the translation was published in the Theosophical Society journal Lucifer. (en)
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  • Anton Kirchweger (died February 8, 1746) He was the editor or the author of the influential hermetical book Aurea Catena Homeri (Golden Chain of Homer); Aurea Catena Homeri oder, Eine Beschreibung von dem Ursprung der Natur und natürlichen Dingen (The Golden Chain of Homer, or A Description of Nature and Natural Things). The book was read by Pietists and later influenced the young Goethe. It was first published in Leipzig in 1723, in the German language, followed by other editions: 1723, 1728, 1738 and 1757 (Latin edition). Another Latin version was issued at Frankfurt in 1762. Sometime in the late eighteenth century Sigismund Bacstrom translated parts of the work into English. In 1891, part of the translation was published in the Theosophical Society journal Lucifer. (en)
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