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Revue d'histoire de la pharmacie
Jehan de Louvegny, Apothecary in Amiens in 1500. In the records of Amiens, one finds the inventory drawn up after the death in 1520 of an apothecary of the town, Jehan de Louvegny; this document describes the shop and laboratory as well as the rooms where the family lived with all the furniture: the drugs, ustensils, crockery, and also clothes for men and women - but not a single book. J. de L. was not an alchemist, but a good townsman and a craftsman of pharmacy.