Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              Franciſco De Andrea, Leonardo à Capua, Luca Antonio Por­
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              tum, adiunxeris, ne Vacuis manibus accedam, tibi ecce Vir
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              Excellentiſſime offero hoc meum Opus de Naturalibus Motio­
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              nibus à grauitate pendentibus, quod eſt ſecundum præcedentium
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              Doctrinam de Animalium motibus, in quo rationes Philoſophi­
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              cæ, quam plurimorum Experimentorum naturalium afferuntur,
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              quidem, Vir Optimè, in hoc libro aliqua reperies, quæ natura­
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