References for John Dee

  1. J B Easton, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
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  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.


  3. N H Clulee, John Dee's natural philosophy : between science and religion (London, 1988).
  4. R Deacon, John Dee : scientist, geographer, astrologer and secret agent to Elizabeth I (London, 1968).
  5. P J French, John Dee : The world of an Elizabethan magus (London, 1972).
  6. D E Harkness, John Dee's conversations with angels (Cambridge, 1999).
  7. J Roberts and A G Watson, John Dee's library catalogue (London, 1990).
  8. C F Smith, John Dee (1527-1608) (London, 1909).
  9. C Whitby, John Dee's actions with spirits (New York, 1988).
  10. B Woolley, The Queen's conjuror : The life and magic of Dr Dee (London, 2001).


  11. R E Cousins, Mortlake revisited : John Dee's house and his burial in Mortlake, in R Turner (ed.), The Heptarchia Mystica of John Dee (Wellingborough, 1986), 107-115.
  12. D E Harkness, Managing an experimental household : The Dees of Mortlake and the practice of natural philosophy, Isis 55 (1986).
  13. C H Josten, An unknown chapter in the life of John Dee, J. Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 28 (1965).
  14. R Poole, John Dee and the English calendar : Science, Religion and Empire, in Electronic Seminars in History (Lancaster, 1997).
  15. P Rose, Commandino, John Dee, and the 'De superficierum divisionibus' of Machometus Bagdedinus, Isis 63 (216) (1972), 88-93.
  16. I Svitak, John Dee and Edward Kelley, Kosmas 5 (1986).
  17. U Szulakowska, Paracelsian medicine in John Dee's alchemical diaries, Cauda Pavonis 18 (1999).
  18. H Tait, The Devil's looking glass : The magical speculum of John Dee, in W Huntington Smith (ed.), Horace walpole : Writer, Politician, and Connoisseur (London, 1967).
  19. E G R Taylor, John Dee and the map of North-East Asia, Imago Mundi 12 (1955), 103-106.
  20. E G R Taylor, A letter dated 1577 from Mercator to John Dee, Imago Mundi 13 (1956), 56-68.
  21. J P Zetterberg, Hermetic geocentricity : John Dee's celestial egg, Isis 70 (253) (1979), 385-393.
  22. J P Zetterberg, The mistaking of 'the Mathematicks' for magic and Tudor and Stuart England, Sixteenth Century Journal 11 (1980), 83-97.