Galilei, Galileo, The systems of the world, 1661

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THE
SYSTEME
OF THE
WORLD:
IN FOUR
DIALOGUES.
Wherein the Two
GRAND SYSTEMES
Of PTOLOMY and COPERNICUS
are largely diſcourſed of:
And the REASONS, both Phyloſophical and Phyſical,
as well on the one ſide as the other, impartially
and indefinitely propounded:
By GALILEUS GALILEUS LINCEUS,
A Gentleman of FLORENCE: Extraordinary Profeſſor of
the Mathematicks in the UNIVERSITY of PISA; and
Chief Mathematician to the GRAND DUKE of TVSCANY.
Ingliſhed from the Original Italián Copy, by THOMAS SALUSBURY.
ALCINOUS,
Δεῑ δ̓ ἐλευγέριον εἰ̄ναι τῃ̄ γνωμῃ̄ ρ̀ν μέλλοντα φιλοσοφεῑν.
SENECA,
Inter nullos magis quam inter PHILOSOPHOS eſſe debet aqua LIBERTAS.
LONDON,
Printed by WILLIAM LEYBOURNE. MDCLXI.

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