Magister Salernus

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Magister Salernus (died 1167) was a medieval alchemist from the School of Salerno who provided one of the first recipes for the fractional distillation of alcohol.[1] He was one of the supposed founders of the Salerno School, along with the Jewish Helinus, the Greek Pontus, and the Arab Adela.


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