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

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              eiuſque extrema, quæ pro codace eſt, recta exiſtit. </s>
              <s id="N13242">Deinde altitudine pedis re
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              ſidet, rurſusque recta procedit: qua pilum teres ex eo dependet. </s>
              <s id="N13247">Poſtea tam aſ
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              ſurgit altè quà in reſedit, iterumque paululùm rectà procedit. </s>
              <s id="N1324C">Deinde altitudi
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              ne pedis aſſurgens rurſus rectà procedit: qua
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              teres ex eo ſuſpen­
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              ſum eſt. </s>
              <s id="N1325B">Poſtea tam reſidet altè quàm aſſurrexit: tum eius altera pars, quæ i­
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              tem pro codace eſt, recta exiſtit: quæ, quia ex trunco extat, ne aqua, in eum
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              tracta, erumpat duabus bracteolis ferreis orbiculi figura, cum quibus duo
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              coria eiuſdem figuræ & magnitudinis ſunt coniuncta, cauetur: quorum al­
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              ter intra truncum, alter extra, circum axiculum eſt. </s>
              <s id="N13266">Poſtremò ſequitur pars
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              eius quadrangula duo habens foramina, in quibus duo bacilla ferrea inclu­
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              duntur, eorumque capita maſſulis plumbeis aggrauantur, ut axiculus ad mo
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              tum fiat propenſior. </s>
              <s id="N1326F">Qui, poſtquam eius caput in forma uectis fuerit inclu­
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              ſum, facilè circumagi poteſt. </s>
              <s id="N13274">Superior autem trunci pars eſt humilior: inferi
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              or, altior: illa in medio ſemel fiſtulæ modo, cuius foramen ſimplicem habe­
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              at latitudinem rectà deorſum perforatur: hæc bis, nempe ad utrunque latus
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              item rectà deorſum duarum fiſtularum modo, quarum foramina duplicem
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              habeant latitudinem: quæ trunci pars imponitur duabus fiſtulis, in eum ſu­
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              periore parte incluſis, inferiore in truncos, in lacuna ſtatutos, quibus forami
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              na ſunt, per quæ aquæ in eos influunt, penetrantibus. </s>
              <s id="N13283">Deinde ferreus axicu
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              lus in trunci cauo locatur, duobus pilis ferreis, quæ ex ipſo dependent, per
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              eius foramina demiſsis in fiſtulas altitudine pedis: utrique pilo inferius eſt co
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              chlea, quæ craſſam laminam ferream, in orbiculi figuram formatam & fora­
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              minibus plenam, atque corium, quod eam tegit, continet, ut fiſtula
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              py­
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              xidem, cui eſt rotunda foricula eam claudens. </s>
              <s id="N13294">Tum ſuperior trunci pars ſu­
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              per inferiorem ex omni parte congruenter aptata imponitur: & qua
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                guntur</expan>
              latis & craſsis laminis ferreis cinguntur, paruis cuneis latis item fer­
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              reis adactis coercentur, fibulis uinciuntur: in ea ſuperiore trunci parte fiſtu­
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              la includitur: quam altera excipit, eamque rurſus tertia, atque deinceps alia ali­
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              am uſque dum ſuprema ad cuniculi canalem pertingat. </s>
              <s id="N132A5">Itaque cùm uectiarius
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              axiculum uerſat, pila uiciſsim laminis hauriunt aquas. </s>
              <s id="N132AA">Quod quia celeriter
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              fit, & duarum
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              , ſupra quas truncus eſt ſtatutus, foramina duplo ma
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              iora ſunt quàm foramen ſupra
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              ſtatutæ, nec altè pila hauriunt aquas,
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              inferiorum impetus continenter ſuperiores aſcendere & ex ſupremæ fiſtu­
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              læ apertura in cuniculi canalem effluere cogit. </s>
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                <expan abbr="Quoniã">Quoniam</expan>
              uerò truncus ligne­
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              us rimis fathiſcere ſolet: ſatius eſt eum ex plumbo, uel ære uel orichalco con
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              flato conficere.</s>
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              <s id="N132C9">T
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              runcus
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              A. T
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              runci pars inferior
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              B. E
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              iuſdem pars ſuperior
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              C.
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              F
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              ibulæ
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              D. F
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              ictulæ ſub trunco
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              E. F
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              iſtula ſuper truncum ſta­
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              tuta
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              F. A
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              xiculus ferreus
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              G. P
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              ila
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              H. E
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              orum laminæ or­
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              biculi figura
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              L. C
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              oria
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              K. F
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              oramina axis
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              L.
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              B
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              acilla quorum capita maſſulis plumbeis ſunt aggrauata
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              M.
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              V
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              ectis
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              N.</s>
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