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WORLD IN ITS FINAL MOMENTSIN ANNAin its final momentsIn Anna and the Lion's Blood Tara Nummedal reconstructs the extraordina. ,
Ry career and istorical afterlife of alchemist courtier and prophet Anna Zieglerin She situates Anna's story within the wider frameworks of Reformation Germany's religious political and military battles; the rising influence of alchemy; the role of apocalyptic eschatology; and the position of women within these contexts
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