Archimedes, Archimedis De iis qvae vehvntvr in aqva libri dvo

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ARCHIMEDIS DE IIS
QVAE VEHVNTVR IN AQVA
LIBER PRIMVS.

CVM COMMENTARIIS FEDERICI
COMMANDINI VRBINATIS.

POSITIO.

PONATVR humidi eam
eſſe naturam, vt partibus ip-
ſius æqualiter iacentibus, &

continuatis inter ſe ſe, minus
preſſa à magis preſſa expella
tur.
Vnaquæque autem pars
eius premitur humido ſupra
ipſam exiſtente ad perpendiculum, ſi humidum
ſit deſcendens in aliquo, aut ab alio aliquo preſ-
ſum.

PROPOSITIO I.

SI ſuperficies aliqua plano ſecetur per idẽ ſem-
per punctum;
ſitq́; ſectio circuli circunferen-
tia, centrum habens punctum illud, per quod pla
no ſecatur:
ſphæræ ſuperficies erit.

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