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

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              <s id="N164DF">Sed metallorum, quæ pura uel rudia ſunt effoſſa, quod genus ſunt argen
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              tum purum, aut rude plumbei uel cinerei coloris, maſſas præſides
                <expan abbr="fodinarũ">fodinarum</expan>
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              lapidi ſuperimpoſitas malleis quadrangulis & craſſis percutientes dilatant:
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              quas laminas deinde uel trunco impoſitas ferreis cuneis malleo percuſſis ſe
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              cant in partes: uel ferramento, forficis ſimili concidunt: eius altera chela, in
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              trunco immobili infixa, longa eſt pedes tres: altera, quæ metallum concidit,
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              ſex. </s>
              <s id="N164F2">Eas autem metalli partes poſthæc excoctores in catillis ferreis calfactas
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              in ſecundis fornacibus excoquunt.</s>
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              A. M
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              alleus
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              B. C
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              C.
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