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

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              nali deuexo, uel in amplo lacu, uel in area curta, uel in area linteis extenſis
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                tecta</expan>
              , uel in cribro anguſto. </s>
              <s id="N17201">Cæteræ uerò lauandi rationes aut alicuius me­
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              talli propriæ ſunt, aut cum ratione pilis tundendi uenas udas
                <expan abbr="cõiunctæ">coniunctæ</expan>
              . </s>
              <s id="N1720A">Ca
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              nalis autem ſimplex ſic ſe habet: primò caput altius eſt quàm canalis,
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              pedes tres, latum ſeſquipedem: quod conſtat ex aſſeribus ſuper tigna impo
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              ſitis & ad ea affixis: eius latus utrunque habet tigillum in aſſeres immiſſum:
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              quod aquam in id per fiſtulam uel canaliculum influentem arcet, cogitque re
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              ctà defluere. </s>
              <s id="N1721B">Eius uerò medium aliquanto depreſſius eſt, ut in eo glareæ ſa­
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              xorum & maiuſcula metallorum ramenta ſubſidere poſſint: ad altitudinem
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              dodrantis ſub capite eſt canalis depreſſus in
                <expan abbr="terrã">terram</expan>
              , longus pedes duodecim,
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              latus & altus ſeſquipedem: cuius fundum & utrunque latus eſt ex aſſeribus fa
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              ctum, ne terra ſorbeat metallorum ramenta, aut aquis madefacta incidat in
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              canalem,
                <expan abbr="eiuſdẽ">eiuſdem</expan>
              infima pars obſtruitur tabella humiliore quàm canalis eſt:
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              cum hoc canali recto
                <expan abbr="cõmittitur">committitur</expan>
              alter canalis tranſuerſus, longus pedes ſex,
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              latus & altus ſeſquipedem, atque ſimiliter aſſerum munitione ſeptus: infima
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              parte occluditur tabella, ſed etiam humiliore, ut aqua defluere poſſit: quam
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              tertius canalis excipit, & extra domicilium deducit. </s>
              <s id="N1723C">In illo canale ſimplici la
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              uatur materia metallica, quam quinque cribra ampla tranſmiſerunt in offici­
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              næ ſolum: ipſam enim auectam & coaceruatam lotor inijcit in caput cana­
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              lis, & aqua in ipſum per fiſtulam & canaliculum immiſſa, cam, quæ in medi­
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              um caput defluxit & reſedit, agitat rutro ligneo: ſic poſthac appellabimus
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              inſtrumentum
                <expan abbr="confectũ">confectum</expan>
              è pertica, in tabellam, longam pedem & latam pal­
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              mum, infixa: qua agitatione aqua fit turbida, rapitque limum & arenam, atque
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              minutula metallorum ramenta in ſubiectum canalem: maiuſcula uerò cum
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              glareis remanent in capite: quæ ablata adoleſcentes in abacum ampli lacus
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              aut in aream curtam conijciunt, eaque à glareis diſcernunt: poſtquam canalis
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              limo & arenis refertus fuerit, lotor fiſtulam, per quam aqua influit in caput,
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              occludit. </s>
              <s id="N17259">Mox ea, quam continet canalis, effluit: quod quamprimum
                <expan abbr="factũ">factum</expan>
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              fuerit, limum & arenas, cum minutulis metallorum ramentis permiſtas, ba­
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              tillo eijcit, & eas in area linteis extenſis contecta lauat: quinetiam canali non
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              dum repleto perſæpe adoleſcentes eas in alueum iniectas, in eandem aream
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              inferunt & lauant. </s>
              <s id="N17268">In capite huius canalis etiam farina metallica lauatur, ſed
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              maxime ea, in qua lapilli nigri inſunt, quo modo in
                <expan abbr="canalẽ">canalem</expan>
              abiegnus ramus
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              conuolutus imponitur, ſicuti quoque, cùm uenæ udæ pilis tunduntur, in ma
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              gnos canales imponi ſolet. </s>
              <s id="N17275">Lapilli autem maiuſculi, qui in ſuprema canalis
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              parte reſident, ſeparatim lauantur in canali deuexo: ſeparatim in eodem me
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              diocres, qui in media ſubſidunt: ſeparatim limus, cum minutulis lapillis mi
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              ſtus, qui poſt ramum in infima canalis parte ſubſidit in area linteis extenſis
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              contecta.</s>
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              <s id="N17282">C
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              aput canalis
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              A. F
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              iſtula
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              B. C
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              analis
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              C. T
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              abella
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              D.
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              C
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              analis tranſuerſus
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              E. B
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              atillum
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              F. R
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              utrum
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              G.</s>
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