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Martin Ruland the Younger (11 November 1569 – 23 April 1611), also known as Martinus Rulandus or Martin Rulandt, was a German physician and alchemist. He was born in the Bavarian town of Lauingen, the son of the physician and alchemist Martin Ruland the Elder. Ruland the Younger practiced at Regensburg during the 1590s and later at Prague. In Prague, he belonged to Emperor Rudolf II's retinue at the Habsburg court which during Rudolf's reign promoted the study of alchemy and astrology. Rudolf II conferred nobility upon Ruland the Younger in 1608.

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  • Martin Ruland der Jüngere, auch Martinus Rulandus oder Martin Rulandt (* 11. November 1569 in Lauingen; † 23. April 1611 in Prag), war ein deutscher Arzt und Alchemist. Er galt als Anhänger der durch Paracelsus begründeten Chemiatrie. (de)
  • Marteno Rulando la Juna (1569-1611) estis germana kuracisto kaj alkemiisto, fondinto de la Kemiatrio aŭ iatrokemio, filo de Marteno Rulando la Maljuna, kaj samkiel lia patro, sekvanto de Paracelsus. (eo)
  • Martin Ruland the Younger (11 November 1569 – 23 April 1611), also known as Martinus Rulandus or Martin Rulandt, was a German physician and alchemist. He was born in the Bavarian town of Lauingen, the son of the physician and alchemist Martin Ruland the Elder. Ruland the Younger practiced at Regensburg during the 1590s and later at Prague. In Prague, he belonged to Emperor Rudolf II's retinue at the Habsburg court which during Rudolf's reign promoted the study of alchemy and astrology. Rudolf II conferred nobility upon Ruland the Younger in 1608. Ruland's 1612 Lexicon alchemiae (Dictionary of Alchemy) is cited by the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung in his writings on alchemy. Waite translated the book into the English language. Ruland the Younger was also the editor of his father's works. (en)
  • Martin Ruland, o Jovem, Martinus Rulandus ou Martin Rulandt (nascido em (* 11 de novembro de 1569 em Lauingen, † 23 de abril de 1611, em Praga, era um médico e alquimista alemão. Ele foi considerado um seguidor de Paracelsus e foi o fundador da ou Iatroquimica. (pt)
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  • Martin Ruland der Jüngere, auch Martinus Rulandus oder Martin Rulandt (* 11. November 1569 in Lauingen; † 23. April 1611 in Prag), war ein deutscher Arzt und Alchemist. Er galt als Anhänger der durch Paracelsus begründeten Chemiatrie. (de)
  • Marteno Rulando la Juna (1569-1611) estis germana kuracisto kaj alkemiisto, fondinto de la Kemiatrio aŭ iatrokemio, filo de Marteno Rulando la Maljuna, kaj samkiel lia patro, sekvanto de Paracelsus. (eo)
  • Martin Ruland, o Jovem, Martinus Rulandus ou Martin Rulandt (nascido em (* 11 de novembro de 1569 em Lauingen, † 23 de abril de 1611, em Praga, era um médico e alquimista alemão. Ele foi considerado um seguidor de Paracelsus e foi o fundador da ou Iatroquimica. (pt)
  • Martin Ruland the Younger (11 November 1569 – 23 April 1611), also known as Martinus Rulandus or Martin Rulandt, was a German physician and alchemist. He was born in the Bavarian town of Lauingen, the son of the physician and alchemist Martin Ruland the Elder. Ruland the Younger practiced at Regensburg during the 1590s and later at Prague. In Prague, he belonged to Emperor Rudolf II's retinue at the Habsburg court which during Rudolf's reign promoted the study of alchemy and astrology. Rudolf II conferred nobility upon Ruland the Younger in 1608. (en)
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  • Martin Ruland la Juna (eo)
  • Martin Ruland der Jüngere (de)
  • Martin Ruland the Younger (en)
  • Martin Ruland, o Jovem (pt)
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