Agricola, Georg, De re metallica Libri XII, Quibus Officia, Instrumenta, Machinae, ac omnia ..., 1556

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              quia graſſator ferro uitam uiatori eripuit, ut eum ſpoliaret ueſte? </s>
              <s id="N10FE8">ſimilis
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              eſt poſſeſsio auri & argenti. </s>
              <s id="N10FED">Quoniam uero his omnibus
                <expan abbr="hominũ">hominum</expan>
              uita be
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              ne carere non poteſt, cauebimus à prædatoribus, & quia ſemper non poſ
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              ſumus ex eorum manibus effugere, eſt
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              munus magiſtratus, ſcele
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              ratos & nefarios homines ad tortorem & carnificem rapere. </s>
              <s id="N10FFE">Belli etiam
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              cauſa res foſsiles non ſunt: ut enim cum unus aliquis Tyrannus magno a­
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              more
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              in mulierem egregia forma, facit bellum oppidanis, iſti­
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              uſmodi belli in effrenata tyranni libidine eſt culpa, non in facie mulieris:
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              Ita cum alius cæcus cupiditate auri & argenti bellum infert diuitibus po­
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              pulis, metalla extra cauſam ponere debemus, & omnem culpam in auari­
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              tiam transferre. </s>
              <s id="N11011">Nam furentes impetus & turpes
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              , quæiura
                <expan abbr="gentiũ">gentium</expan>
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              & ciuium
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              & uiolare ſolent, oriuntur ex noſtris uitijs. </s>
              <s id="N11022">Quare
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              non recte Tibullus in aurum contulit belli culpam, cum inquit:</s>
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              <s id="N11029">Diuitis hoc uitium eſt auri, nec bella fuerunt
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              Faginus aſtabat cum ſcyphus ante dapes.</s>
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              <s id="N11030">At Virgilius dicit homicidij culpam in auaritia reſidere de Polyme­
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              ſtore loquens:</s>
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              <s id="N11037">Fas omne abrumpit, Polydorum obtruncat, & auro</s>
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              <s id="N1103C">Vipotitur. </s>
              <s id="N1103F">quid non mortalia pectora cogis</s>
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              <s id="N11044">Auri ſacra fames?</s>
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              <s id="N11049">Et iterum recte, cum loquitur de Pigmaleone, qui Sicheum interfecit.</s>
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              <s id="N1104E">atque auri cæcus amore,</s>
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              <s id="N11053">Clam ferro incautum ſuperat.</s>
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              <s id="N11058">Fames enim & cupiditas auri aliarumque rerum reddit homines cæcos. </s>
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              Atque impia iſta
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              cupiditas omnibus omni tempore & loco pro
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              bro fuit & crimini. </s>
              <s id="N11065">Quin etiam auaritiæ tantum dediti, quod eius ſerui eſ­
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              ſent, ſemper illiberales & ſordidi ſunt habiti. </s>
              <s id="N1106A">Similiter auro & argento,
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              & gemmis expugnauerit aliquis pudicitiam mulierum, multorum fidem
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              labefactarit, emerit iudicia, innumera ſcelera fecerit, iterum res foſsiles in
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              culpa non ſunt, ſed inflammatus atque ignitus furor
                <expan abbr="hominũ">hominum</expan>
              , uel
                <expan abbr="animorũ">animorum</expan>
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              cæca & impia cupiditas. </s>
              <s id="N1107D">Quan quam autem in aurum &
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              dicta, in
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              pecuniam potiſsimum dicantur, tamen quia nominatim eam carpunt Po­
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              etæ, ipſorum conuicia infringenda ſunt: quod uno illo fieri poteſt. </s>
              <s id="N11088">His
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              pecunia eſt bono, qui ea bene utuntur: dat damnum aut malum, qui ma­
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              le. </s>
              <s id="N1108F">Quamobrem rectiſsime Horatius:</s>
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              <s id="N11094">Neſcis quid ualeat nummus, quem præbeat uſum</s>
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            <p id="N11097" type="main">
              <s id="N11099">Panis ematur, olus, uini ſextarius.</s>
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            <p id="N1109C" type="main">
              <s id="N1109E">Atque etiam in alio loco.</s>
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              <s id="N110A3">Imperat aut ſeruit collecta pecunia cuique,</s>
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            <p id="N110A6" type="main">
              <s id="N110A8">Tortum digna ſequi potius quàm ducere funem.</s>
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              <s id="N110AD">At homines ingenioſi & ſolertes cum
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              rerum permutati­
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              onem, qua quondam homines rudes uſi ſunt, & hodie immanes quæ­
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              dam & barbaræ nationes utuntur, qualis eſſet, id eſt, quam difficilis factu
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              & laborioſa,
                <expan abbr="reperierũt">reperierunt</expan>
              pecuniam. </s>
              <s id="N110BE">Ea uero nihil utilius excogitari potuit. </s>
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              Siquidem parua auri argentique maſſa, precium eſt rei magnæ & grauis. </s>
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