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

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              nonum pondus. </s>
              <s id="N162D9">At decimum eſt
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              octo: undecimum, quatuor:
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              duodecimum, duarum, decimumtertium, unius ſemunciæ: decimumquar­
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              tum, ſicilici: decimumquintum, unius drachmæ: decimumſextum, dimidiæ
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              drachmæ. </s>
              <s id="N162E6">Ita diſtribuuntur maiora pondera. </s>
              <s id="N162E9">Minora uerò ſunt portiones
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              factæ ex argento uel orichalco, uel ære: quarum prima & maxima plerunque
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              pendit drachmam unam: quanto enim minora fuerint, tanto utiliora ſunt:
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              minus enim & uenæ, uel metalli
                <expan abbr="experiẽdi">experiendi</expan>
              , & plumbi nobis opus eſt. </s>
              <s id="N162F6">Ea au
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              tem portio nominatur centumpondium, reſpondetque maiori librarum nu­
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              mero: quas item centum pendit. </s>
              <s id="N162FD">Secunda eſt librarum quinquaginta: tertia,
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              quinque & uiginti: quarta, ſedecim: quinta, octo: ſexta, quatuor: ſeptima, dua­
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              rum, octaua, unius libræ: nona, ſelibræ: decima, octo ſemunciarum: undeci­
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              ma, quatuor: duodecima, duarum: decimatertia, unius: decima quarta, ſicili­
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              ci: quæ eſt ultima. </s>
              <s id="N16308">Nam portiones, quæ reſpondent drachmæ & dimidiæ
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              drachmæ non ſunt uſitatæ. </s>
              <s id="N1630D">In his autem portionibus ponderum minorum
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              omnibus numeri librarum & ſemunciarum ſunt inſcripti. </s>
              <s id="N16312">At metallici qui­
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              dam ærarij minora, ut etiam maiora, pondera aliter diſtribuunt in partes: e­
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              tenim eorum maximum pondus pendit libras centum & duodecim, quæ
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              prima particula eſt: ſecunda, quatuor & ſexaginta: tertia, duas & triginta:
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              quarta, ſedecim: quinta, octo: ſexta, quatuor: ſeptima, duas: octaua, unam: no
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              na, ſelibram, ſiue ſemuncias ſedecim: decima,
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              octo: undecima, qua­
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              tuor: duodecima, duas: decimatertia, unam.</s>
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              <s id="N1632C">Verùm minorem ſelibram, quam noſtri, ut ſæpe dixi, appellant marcam,
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              Romani beſſem
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              , æquè ac maiorem monetarij, qui cudunt
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              ,
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              partiuntur in quatuor & uiginti binas ſextulas: ſingulas binas ſextulas in
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              quatuor ſemiſextulas: ſingulas ſemiſextulas in tres quaternas ſiliquas. </s>
              <s id="N1633D">Sin­
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              gulas præterea quaternas ſiliquas
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              in quatuor ſiliquas: ſed plerique o­</s>
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