An alembic is an alchemical still consisting of two vessels connected by a tube,
used for ... According to Zosimos of Panopolis, the alembic was invented by Mary
the Jewess. The anbik is described b...
The Alembic still is a simple apparatus used for distilling. It has been used ... It
was he, too, who invented the alembic, which has been used ever since to distil ...
Alembic definition, a vessel with a beaked cap or head, formerly used in ... Origin
of alembic ... This is the crucible from which is distilled the alembic of power.
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May 22, 2009 ... Alembic (8th century) What it is: An apparatus for distilling liquids Why it matters:
Islamic culture forbids the drinking of alcohol, but early Muslim ...
Origin and Etymology of alembic. Middle English, from Middle French & Medieval
Latin; Middle French alambic & Medieval Latin alembicum, from Arabic ...
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Aeneas Coffey (1780 – 1852), the inventor of the Coffey or columnar still, was an
Irish ... It is less expensive to operate than any alembic still and much faster.
Nov 20, 2013 ... The alembic is the oldest and most recognized still design. ... attribute the
invention of the alembic still to Muslim alchemists in the Middle Ages, ...
Historians state the alembic was probably invented around AD 200 - 300 by
Maria the Jewess, or Zósimo of Panoplies an Egyptian alchemist and his sister ...