Magia universalis naturae et artis

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Magia universalis naturae et artis is the most famous work by Kaspar Schott, made up by 4 volumes, written in Würzburg between 1657 and 1659, filled with many mathematical problems and physical experiments, mostly from the areas of optics and acoustics.
The whole book can be found on Archive.org.