What do artists usually use these chemicals for? Can you identify the common names and uses for chemicals found hidden alongside paintings?

We found these chemicals in decorative glass bottles capped with corks hidden alongside some artwork in an ornate chest buried in our front yard by a previous tenant. The chemicals included, "Spirits of Salts", Spirits of Wine, Platonic Milk of Calystegia, Beldonia, Digitalis, Acqua Panna, Algaroth,... show more We found these chemicals in decorative glass bottles capped with corks hidden alongside some artwork in an ornate chest buried in our front yard by a previous tenant.

The chemicals included, "Spirits of Salts", Spirits of Wine, Platonic Milk of Calystegia, Beldonia, Digitalis, Acqua Panna, Algaroth, Reygulus, Aerogulus, Doryphoros, Acqua Tofani, Cinnabar of Vermillion, Naranjine Spirit of Oil, Amarillo Spirit of Oil, Flowers of Zinc, Glauber Salt, Spirit of Hartshorn, Acqua De Vida, Acqua Reggia, Oil of Lysergia, Oil of Vitriol, Milk of Rock, Goralus, Candanse, Yodo, Caducous.

These chemicals were next to numerous surreal paintings and elaborate seashell jewelry. There were also a few mixed media works with quilled paper. What would an artist use the chemicals for and can you identify as many as possible.
Update: We also found a second chest buried near it that contained similar chemicals alongside ziploc bags full of fine white powder, and a 3 beautiful seashell adorned boxes with flower like designs on the lid that contained strange blue crystals. We found three loose jars in the ground marked, "Carousine" (not... show more We also found a second chest buried near it that contained similar chemicals alongside ziploc bags full of fine white powder, and a 3 beautiful seashell adorned boxes with flower like designs on the lid that contained strange blue crystals. We found three loose jars in the ground marked, "Carousine" (not kerosene), and we found Argolus, and Polykleitos.
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