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1collocatis, uda tunditur in longa capſa, cui duæ ſunt laminæ foraminum ple­
næ, per quæ uena comminuta ſimul cum aqua defluit in ſubiectum canalem
tranſuerſum: ex quo duobus canaliculis defertur in capita arearum linteis ex­
tenſis contectarum: utrunque ex craſſo & lato aſſere, qui attolli & erigi poteſt,
& ad quem utrinque eminentes tabellæ ſunt affixæ, conſtat: in eo aſſere mul­
ta ſunt caua catillis, in quorum ſingulis ſingula oua mollia uel ſorbilia locan­
tur, & magnitudine æqualia & figura ſimilia: quibus cauis deorſum uerſus
breues ſunt receſſus auri uel argenti ramenta recipientes: quibus cum caua
ferè plena fuerint, aſſer in alterum latus erigitur, ut ramenta excidant in alter
um grandem: caua etiam aquis affuſis eluuntur.
Separatim autem hæc ramen
ta lauantur in alueo, ſeparatim ea quæ in linteis reſederunt: alueus ille læuis
& altus duos digitos tranſuerſos figura ferè nauiculæ ſimilis eſt: nempe pri
ore parte latus, poſteriore anguſtus: in cuius medio canaliculus eſt tranſuer
ſus: in quo auri uel argenti ramenta pura ſubſidunt, arenæ quod leuiores;
ex eo excidunt.
Pila A. Capſa B. Laminæ for aminum plenæ C. Canalis tranſuerſus D.
Aſſeres cauis pleni E. Canaliculi F. Alueus in quem ramenta incidunt G.
Areæ linteis contectæ H. Alueus nauiculæ fere ſimilis I. Lacus areis ſubiecti K.
110[Figure 110]
In quibuſdam præterea Marauiæ locis auri uena, quæ ex lapidibus lique

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