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

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              feriatum ſedet: dum munus uoluendi exercent, unus uectes trahit, alter tru­
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              dit, tympana ad machinam facilius circumagendam adiuuant.</s>
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              <s id="N139EC">A
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              xes
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              A. V
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              ectes
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              B. T
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              ympanum dentatum
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              C. T
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              ympanum
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              ex fuſis conſtans
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              D. T
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              ympanum in quo infixæ ſunt fibulæ ferreæ
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              E.</s>
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              <s id="N13A16">Sextæ machinæ item duo ſunt axes: inferior altera parte habet
                <expan abbr="rotã">rotam</expan>
              , quæ
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              à duobus calcantibus uerſatur, altam pedes tres & uiginti, latam quatuor,
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              ut alter iuxta alterum ſtare poſſit: altera tympanum dentatum. </s>
              <s id="N13A21">Inferiori ue­
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              rò ſunt duo tympana & una rota: alterum tympanum ex fuſis conſtat, in al­
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              tero infixæ ſunt fibulæ ferreæ. </s>
              <s id="N13A28">Rota ſimilis eſt ei, quam habet ſecunda ma­
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              china, quæ terras &
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              fragmenta potiſsimùm ex puteis extrahit. </s>
              <s id="N13A31">Cal­
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              cantes autem ne cadant manibus prehendunt perticas, ad rotæ latera interi
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              us affixas: quam cùm uerſant tympanum dentatum ſimul circumactum im­
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              pellit alterum, quod ex fuſis conſtat, quo modo rurſus annuli catenæ ducta
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              riæ tertij tympani fibulis inhærentes aquas pilis per fiſtulas hauriunt altitu
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              dine pedum ſex & ſexaginta.</s>
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              <s id="N13A40">A
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              xes
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              A. R
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              ota quæ calcatur
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              B. T
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              ympanum dentatum
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              C.
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              T
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              ympanum exfuſis conſtans
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              D. T
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              ympanum, in quo infixæ
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              ſunt fibulæ ferreæ
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              E. A
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              ltera rota
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              F. P
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              ilæ
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              G.</s>
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