Archimedes, Natation of bodies, 1662

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              <s>ARCHIMEDES
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              HIS TRACT
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              De Incidentibus Humido,
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              OR OF THE
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              NATATION OF BODIES VPON,
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              OR SVBMERSION IN,
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              THE
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              WATER
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              OR OTHER LIQUIDS.</s>
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              <s>IN TWO BOOKS.</s>
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              <s>Tranſlated from the Original Greek,</s>
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              <s>Firſt into Latine, and afterwards into Italian, by
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              NICOLO
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              TARTAGLIA,
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              and by him familiarly demon­
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              ſtrated by way of Dialogue, with
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              Richard Wentworth,
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              a Noble Engliſh Gentleman, and his Friend.</s>
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              <s>Together with the Learned Commentaries of
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              Federico
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              Commandino,
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              who hath Reſtored ſuch of the Demonſtrations
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              as, thorow the Injury of Time, were obliterated.</s>
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              <s>Now compared with the ORIGINAL, and Engliſhed
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              By
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              THOMAS SALVSBVRY,
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                <expan abbr="Eſq.">Eſque</expan>
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              <s>
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              LONDON,
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              Printed by
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              W. Leybourn,
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              1662.</s>
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