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

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              carentem, concipiant & coerceant, conſtruere: quo ſane modo duæ
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                fornaces</expan>
              coniunguntur ſub unam teſtudinem: quam murus, ad quem illæ
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              ſunt extructæ, & quatuor pilæ ſuſtinent: ſub qua uenarum excoctores
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              : quæ quò latior eſt, eò plus ſumi con
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              cipit. </s>
              <s id="N1A318">In huius media ſupra teſtudinem parte eſt foramen,
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              palmos tres,
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              latum duos: Id utriuſque fornacis fumum, ad cameræ latera
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              uſque
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              ad eius teſtudinem, & cùm eluctari
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              poſſit rurſus deſcendentem, excipit:
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              & per caminum, quem Græci
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              , nomine ex re inuento,
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              ,
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              emittit: qui totus in muro incluſus habet aliquot bracteas ferreas, ad quas
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              materia metallica, cum fumo ſublata, tenuior adhæreſcit, ut craſſior, ex qua
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              fit cadmia, ad cameram, quæ non raro in ſtirias concreſcit: in altero cameræ
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              latere eſt feneſtra, in quam uitrea ſpecularia ſunt impoſita, ut
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              tranſmit­
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              tere,
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              pholyx
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              dens per eam in cameram ingredi poſſit: ea uerò fuligo
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              pompholyge per
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              <s id="N1A365">Tales autem came­
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              ræ, quæ materiam
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              cum fumo ſublatam excipiunt, utiles ſunt, cùm
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              ad omnes uenas metalli diuites, tum maxime ad minutulas particulas me­
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              tallicas, ex uenis ſaxisque contuſis & lauatis collectas: quod hæ ipſæ ex igni
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              fornacum ſoleant euolare.</s>
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