Thomas Norton est un alchimiste et poète anglais de la fin du Moyen Âge, né vers 1433[réf. souhaitée] et mort le 30 novembre 1513. Il est l'auteur d'un célèbre poème alchimique en moyen anglais intitulé The Ordinall of Alchemy (« L'Ordinaire d'Alchimie »), daté de 1477.

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  • Thomas Norton est un alchimiste et poète anglais de la fin du Moyen Âge, né vers 1433[réf. souhaitée]span / et mort le 30 novembre 1513. Il est l'auteur d'un célèbre poème alchimique en moyen anglais intitulé The Ordinall of Alchemy (« L'Ordinaire d'Alchimie »), daté de 1477.
  • Thomas Norton (ca.1433-ca.1513) was een Engels dichter en alchemist. Hij is de auteur van 'The Ordinall of Alchemy' (1477), een alchemistisch gedicht van ongeveer 3000 regels. Volgens Jonathan Hughes werd Norton geboren in Calne, Wiltshire. Hij werd een alchemist in de jaren 1450 en was een hoveling aan het hof van Edward IV van Engeland, aan wie hij het gedicht ook opdroeg.The Ordinall (Het Wijdingsboek) kreeg ook een wijdverspreide faam toen Michael Maier een Latijnse vertaling van het gedicht opnam in zijn 'Tripus Aureus'. Het originele Engelse gedicht werd ook toegevoegd aan het uit 1652 daterende Theatrum chemicum Britannicum van Elias Ashmole.
  • Thomas Norton (d.1433 -ö.1513) İngiliz şair ve simyacıdır. 300 mısradan oluşan Simya'nın Ordinali (Ordinall of Alchemy) (1477) isimli simya esinli şiir kitabı ile tanınır. Jonathan Hughes'un Arthuryen Mitler ve Simya isimli kitabına göre Norton, Colne-Wiltshire'da dünyaya gelmiş, 1450'lerde bir simyacı olmuştu ve IV.Edward İngiltere'sinde yaşayan bir saray mensubu idi."Ordinall", Michael Maier'in kitabı latinceye (Tripus Aureus olarak) çevirmesi ile büyük bir şöhret sahibi olmuştur.
  • Thomas Norton (* 1433 in Colerne, Wiltshire; † 1513) war ein englischer Alchemist und Dichter. Er hat das alchimistische Werk Ordinall of Achimy verfasst, ein 3000 Zeilen umfassendes Gedicht über die Alchimie.
  • Thomas Norton (c.1433-c.1513) was an English poet and alchemist. He is known as the author of the Ordinal of Alchemy (1477), an alchemical poem of around 3000 lines. According to Jonathan Hughes, Norton was born in Colne, Wiltshire, although he gives no evidence for this. However Reidy reckons that Norton was born in Colerne, Wiltshire, because this fits the description in the poem of the youngest alchemist (most likely Norton) being born under a cross at the end of three shires. He became an alchemist in the 1450s, and was given the secret of the stone in 1461. Later that year he became an esquire of the body to Edward IV of England, receiving fifty marks a year, and in 1465 he was warden of Gloucester castle. He began the Ordinal in 1477.The earliest known manuscript of the Ordinal (British Library MS Additional 10302, late 15th century) is famous for having the earliest known illustration of a scientific balance; that is, one which is enclosed by glass so as to prevent drafts disturbing the balance. This illustration also features a pelican, a vessel for repeated re-distillations of the same liquid, and several alembics stacked on top of each other for some form of distillation.Another of the illustrations is of alchemical elections to be used at four stages of the process to produce the philosopher’s stone. They are constructed for a latitude of 52 degrees north which is a good approximation for Bristol, and employ the Alchabitius house system. However three of the figures are impossible from an astronomical point of view, and therefore the elections are unworkable and probably the astrological meaning is either a mistake on Norton’s part or a window dressing for the book rather than an attempt at serious alchemical astrology.The Ordinall gained a wide reputation in a Latin verse translation, in the 1618 Tripus Aureus of Michael Maier. The English original was included in the 1652 Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum of Elias Ashmole.
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  • Thomas Norton est un alchimiste et poète anglais de la fin du Moyen Âge, né vers 1433[réf. souhaitée]<span /> et mort le 30 novembre 1513. Il est l'auteur d'un célèbre poème alchimique en moyen anglais intitulé The Ordinall of Alchemy (« L'Ordinaire d'Alchimie »), daté de 1477.
  • Thomas Norton (d.1433 -ö.1513) İngiliz şair ve simyacıdır. 300 mısradan oluşan Simya'nın Ordinali (Ordinall of Alchemy) (1477) isimli simya esinli şiir kitabı ile tanınır. Jonathan Hughes'un Arthuryen Mitler ve Simya isimli kitabına göre Norton, Colne-Wiltshire'da dünyaya gelmiş, 1450'lerde bir simyacı olmuştu ve IV.Edward İngiltere'sinde yaşayan bir saray mensubu idi."Ordinall", Michael Maier'in kitabı latinceye (Tripus Aureus olarak) çevirmesi ile büyük bir şöhret sahibi olmuştur.
  • Thomas Norton (* 1433 in Colerne, Wiltshire; † 1513) war ein englischer Alchemist und Dichter. Er hat das alchimistische Werk Ordinall of Achimy verfasst, ein 3000 Zeilen umfassendes Gedicht über die Alchimie.
  • Thomas Norton (c.1433-c.1513) was an English poet and alchemist. He is known as the author of the Ordinal of Alchemy (1477), an alchemical poem of around 3000 lines. According to Jonathan Hughes, Norton was born in Colne, Wiltshire, although he gives no evidence for this. However Reidy reckons that Norton was born in Colerne, Wiltshire, because this fits the description in the poem of the youngest alchemist (most likely Norton) being born under a cross at the end of three shires.
  • Thomas Norton (ca.1433-ca.1513) was een Engels dichter en alchemist. Hij is de auteur van 'The Ordinall of Alchemy' (1477), een alchemistisch gedicht van ongeveer 3000 regels. Volgens Jonathan Hughes werd Norton geboren in Calne, Wiltshire.
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