Archimedes, Archimedis De iis qvae vehvntvr in aqva libri dvo

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[41. COMMENTARIVS.]
[42. LEMMA I.]
[43. LEMMA II.]
[44. LEMMA III.]
[45. LEMMA IIII.]
[46. LEMMA V.]
[47. LEMMA VI.]
[48. II.]
[49. III.]
[50. IIII.]
[51. V.]
[52. DEMONSTRATIO SECVNDAE PARTIS.]
[53. COMMENTARIVS.]
[54. DEMONSTRATIO TERTIAE PARTIS.]
[55. COMMENTARIVS.]
[56. DEMONSTRATIO QVARTAE PARTIS.]
[57. DEMONSTRATIO QVINT AE PARTIS.]
[58. FINIS LIBRORVM ARCHIMEDIS DE IIS, QVAE IN AQVA VEHVNTVR.]
[59. FEDERICI COMMANDINI VRBINATIS LIBER DE CENTRO GRAVITATIS SOLIDORV M.]
[60. CVM PRIVILEGIO IN ANNOS X. BONONIAE, Ex Officina Alexandri Benacii. M D LXV.]
[61. ALEXANDRO FARNESIO CARDINALI AMPLISSIMO ET OPTIMO.]
[62. FEDERICI COMMANDINI VRBINATIS LIBER DE CENTRO GRAVITATIS SOLIDORVM. DIFFINITIONES.]
[63. PETITIONES.]
[64. THEOREMA I. PROPOSITIO I.]
[65. THEOREMA II. PROPOSITIO II.]
[66. THE OREMA III. PROPOSITIO III.]
[67. THE OREMA IIII. PROPOSITIO IIII.]
[68. ALITER.]
[69. THEOREMA V. PROPOSITIO V.]
[70. COROLLARIVM.]
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Cardinalis, has lucubrationes meas dicare conſtitue-
rim.
tantis enim beneficijs à te affectus, quanta fem-
per &
meminero, & prædicabo; tanta liberalitate cõ-
plexus, quantam ne optare quidem unquam auſus eſ
ſem.
cupio memorem, & erga te gratum animũ qua
ratione poſſum, oſtendere.
quãuis ſi de te nihil aliud
præter auditum haberem, ſi amplitudini tuæ tanto-
pere deuinctus non eſſem;
tua in omni genere diſci-
plinarum excellentia, tua grauitas, atque innocentia
me magnopere hortata eſſet, ut te potisſimum deli-
gerem, ſub cuius clarisſimi nominis ſplendore hi Ar-
chimedis libri ab obliuione hominum, atque à ſilen-
tio uindicarentur.
uerecundius de te in præſentia di-
cerem, ne uiderer aſſentationi potius, quàm ueritati
ſeruire;
niſi omnibus perſuaſisſimum eſſet, diuinas &
inauditas uirtutes tuas cum ſingulari eruditione con
iunctas in illo ſanctisſimo Reip.
chriſtianæ conſilio
tanquam lumen aliquod elucere.
quamobrem ea,
qua ſoles, benignitate, fidelisſimi clientis tui munus
accipies;
quod tibi, qui & mathematicis diſciplinis,
&
phiſiologiæ ſtudijs tantopere delectaris, non iniu-
cundum fore confido.

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