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              <s id="N16927">Eislebij quoque & in finitimis locis cùm
                <expan abbr="urũt">urunt</expan>
              lapides fiſſiles bituminis
                <expan abbr="">non</expan>
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              expertes, ex quibus æs conflatur, non utuntur ſtrue lignorum, ſed faſcibus
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              uirgultorum: quondam id genus lapides ex puteis extractos mox ſuper fa­
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              ſces uirgultorum ſubſtratos inijciebant, eisque accenſis urebant. </s>
              <s id="N16938">Nunc
                <expan abbr="eoſdẽ">eoſdem</expan>
                <lb/>
              primò in unum aceruum conuehunt: deinde ad quoddam tempus ita
                <expan abbr="iacẽt">iacent</expan>
              ,
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              ut aer & imber eos aliquo modo molles efficiant: tum prope aceruum ſter­
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              nunt faſces uirgultorum: atque in ipſos inuehunt proximos lapides: poſtea
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              rurſus in uacuo loco, à quo primi lapides ablati ſunt, faſces uirgultorum po
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              nunt: & lapides primis proxime adiunctos eis inijciunt: quod
                <expan abbr="faciũt">faciunt</expan>
              uſque ad
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              eum finem dum lapides omnes fuerint in faſces uirgultorum coniecti, fiatque
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              tumulus: poſtremò incendunt faſces uirgultorum: uerùm non ea parte, qua
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              flat uentus ſed oppoſita, ne ignis ui uenti
                <expan abbr="cõcitatus">concitatus</expan>
              antè conſumat faſces uir
                <lb/>
              gultorum quàm lapides urantur & molles fiant: quo ſane modo lapides eti
                <lb/>
              am faſcibus uicini ignem concipiunt, eumque communicant cum proximis:
                <lb/>
              atque hi iterum cum finitimis: ardetque ſic pyra ſæpenumero dies triginta plu­
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              resue continuos. </s>
              <s id="N16963">Lapis autem iſte æroſus fiſſilis copioſius, ut aliàs dixi, exu
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              dat illud, cui natura eſt ſimilis amianto.</s>
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              <s id="N1696A">A
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              ceruus lapidum æroſorum
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              A. P
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              yra accenſa
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              B.
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              L
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              apides inuehens in faſces uirgultorum
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              C.</s>
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