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

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              de ijs lauandi rationibus, quæ cuiuſque metalli uenis propriæ ſunt, dicere
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              <s id="N1782F">Cùm anno M. D. XII.</s>
              <s id="N17832">Georgius illuſtris Saxonum Dux in Miſe­
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              na ius omnium tumulorum è fodinis egeſtorum dediſſet nobili & pruden­
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              ti uiro Sigiſmundo Malthicio, patri loannis epiſcopi Miſeni & Henrici: Is
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              Dippoldeſualdi & Aldebergi, quibus in locis
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              lapilli nigri, ex qui­
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              bus plumbum candidum
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              , reiectis pilis ſiccis, cribris amplis, mola,
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              inuenit machinam, quæ uenas udas pilis præferratis tunderet. </s>
              <s id="N17847">Venas
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              udas uocamus aquis, quæ in capſam influunt, madefactas: quo modo etiam
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              interdum pila uda nominamus, item aquis madida: contrà pila ſicca uel ue
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              nas ſiccas appellamus nullis aquis, dum pilis tunduntur, madefactas: ſed re­
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              deamus ad noſtrum propoſitum. </s>
              <s id="N17856">Hæc machina non multum diſſimilis eſt
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              ei, quæ uenas ſiccas pilis præferratis tundit: horum
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              pilorum capita di­
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              midio ſunt maiora quàm illorum: nec capſa, quæ, ex trunco querno uel fa­
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              gino confecta, in ſpacio, quod eſt inter tigna ſtatuta locatur, è fronte patet,
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              sed ex altero latere: ea longa eſt pedes tres, lata dodrantem, alta pedem & di
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              gitos ſex: ſi caret fundo, ſimiliter ſtatuitur ſuper ſaxum durum atque planum,
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              in terra paululum effoſſa poſitum: & qua
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              undique muſco ac lin
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              teolis rallis obturantur: ſin habet fundum, ſolea ferrea, longa pedes tres, la­
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              ta dodrantem, craſſa palmum in ea locatur, qua patet ad ipſam ferrea lamina
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              foraminum plena affigitur, ut inter eam & caput proximi pili ſpacium duo­
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              rum digitorum ſit: atque tantundem inter laminam & tignum ſtatutum, in
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              cuius foramine poſitus eſt canalis paruus & longiuſculus: per quem argen­
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              ti uena minutim contuſa cum aqua defluit in
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              : id, quod in canali reman­
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              ſit, batillo ligneo eijcitur in proximum ſolum aſſeribus tectum: quod in la­
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              cu ſubſedit, batillo ferreo ſeparatim in ſolum: plerique faciunt duos canales,
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              ut dum operarius unum, eo, quod reſedit, refertum, exinanit, interea aliud
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              in altero reſideat: ad alterum capſæ latus, quod eſt prope rotam, quæ machi
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              nam uerſat, aqua per canaliculum in eam influit: qua etiam operarius
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              contundendam inijcit in capſam, ne fragmenta, ſi in pila fuerint coniecta, i­
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              pſis ſint impedimento: atque hac ratione uena argenti uel auri minutim pilis
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              tunditur.</s>
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              <s id="N17893">C
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              apſa
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              A. L
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              atus capſæ patens
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              B. S
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              axum
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              C. S
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              olea ferrea
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              D.
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              L
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              amina
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              E. C
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              analis
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              F. B
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              atillum ligneum
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              G. L
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              acus
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              H.
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              B
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              atillum ferreum
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              I. E
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              ius quod ſubſedit aceruus
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              K.
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              V
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              ena contundenda
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              L. C
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              analiculus
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              M.</s>
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