Galilei, Galileo, The systems of the world, 1661

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Copernicus repu­
teth the earth œ
Globe like to a Pla­
net.
Cœleſtial ſubſtan­
ces that are inalte­
rable, and Elemen­
tary that be alte­
rable, are neceſſary
in the opinion of
Ariſtotle.
Ariſtotle maketh
the World perfect,
becauſe it hath the
threefold demenſi­
on.

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