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              <s id="N1CE9F">GEORGII AGRICO
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              LAE DE RE METALLICA
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              LIBER VNDECIMVS.</s>
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              <s id="N1CEA8">Dixi de modo, quo aurum ab argento ſecernitur,
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              quo
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                <expan abbr="argentũ">argentum</expan>
              ab auro, quo æs ab eodem, quo
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                <expan abbr="plumbũ">plumbum</expan>
              tam ab auro quàm ab
                <expan abbr="argẽto">argento</expan>
              , quo denique
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              duo illa precioſa metalla perpurgantur:
                <expan abbr="nũc">nunc</expan>
              dicam
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              de ratione, qua argentum ab ære, qua idem à ferro
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              ſeparari debeat. </s>
              <s id="N1CEC8">Officina autem, ſiue
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              ne­
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              ceſſarium ad opportunitatem, & uſum eorum, qui
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                <expan abbr="argentũ">argentum</expan>
              ab ære ſecernunt, ita ſe habeat. </s>
              <s id="N1CED6">Primò qua­
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              tuor muri longi ducantur: quorum primus, qui ad
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                <expan abbr="alueũ">alueum</expan>
              fluminis exiſtat, & ſecundus longi ſint pedes ducentos ſexaginta qua
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              tuor: ſed ſecundus ubi longus fuerit pedes centum quinquaginta unum de
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              ſinat, & quaſi interciſus poſt pedes quatuor & uiginti rurſus uſque eo duca­
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              tur, dum primi longitudinem exæquet. </s>
              <s id="N1CEE6">Tertius autem longus ſit pedes cen
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              tum & uiginti: qui ex pede aliorum murorum ſeptimo ex ſexageſimo uſque
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              ad centeſimum octogeſimum ſextum pertineat. </s>
              <s id="N1CEED">Quarti uerò longitudo ſit
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              pedum centum quinquaginta unius. </s>
              <s id="N1CEF2">At cuiuſque muri, ut etiam duorum reli
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              quorum & tranſuerſorum, de quibus poſthac dicam, altitudo ſit pedum de
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              cem, craſſitudo duorum & totidem palmorum. </s>
              <s id="N1CEF9">Solus tamen ſecundus mu­
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              rus longus propter fornaces, ad eum conſtruendas, altus ſit pedes quinde­
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              cim: uerùm primus murus longus à ſecundo diſtet pedibus quindecim, &
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              totidem pedibus tertius à quarto: ſed ſecundus à tertio pedibus nouem &
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              triginta. </s>
              <s id="N1CF04">Deinde muri tranſuerſi ducantur: quorum primus à capite primi
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              muri longi ad caput ſecundi muri longi perducatur: ſecundus uerò à capite
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              ſecundi muri longi ad caput quarti: nam tertius murus longus eo non perti
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              net. </s>
              <s id="N1CF0D">Tum ex capite tertij muri longi
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              duo muri: alter ad ſecundi mu
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              ri longi pedem ſeptimum & ſexageſimum: alter ad
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              numero pedem
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              quarti muri longi: ſed à quarto muro tranſuerſo ad decem pedes uerſus ſe­
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              cundum murum tranſuerſum, ex quarto muro longo ducatur quintus mu­
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              rus tranſuerſus longus pedes uiginti. </s>
              <s id="N1CF20">Ac uerò etiam ex eodem quarto mu­
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              ro longo, qua diſtat ab altera parte quarti muri tranſuerſi pedibus triginta
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              ducatur ſextus murus tranſuerſus uſque ad tergum tertij muri longi. </s>
              <s id="N1CF27">Septi­
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              mus uerò murus tranſuerſus à ſecundo capite ſecundi muri longi, ubi pri­
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              mò deſinit, perducatur ad tertium murum
                <expan abbr="longũ">longum</expan>
              : & ab eius tergo octauus
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              ad inferius quarti muri longi caput: deinde à ſeptimo muro tranſuerſo, qua
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              diſtat à ſecundo muro longo pedibus decem & nouem perducatur quin­
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              tus murus longus: cuius longitudo ſit pedum centum & nouem: ex quo ad
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              pedes quatuor & uiginti ducatur nonus murus tranſuerſus ad tertium ca­
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              put ſecundi muri longi: & ex eiuſdem quinti muri longi capite inferiore du
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              catur decimus murus tranſuerſus ad poſtremum caput ſecundi muri longi: </s>
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