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

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              collocent. </s>
              <s id="N1D34F">Etenim maſſæ quæ pendunt circiter
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              & ſexaginta centum­
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              pondia ſimul in ea imponi & liquari ſolent. </s>
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                <expan abbr="">Tum</expan>
              operarius carbones in maſ­
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              ſas conijciat: quæ omnia ueſperi parentur: quare, ſi metuerit pluuias, ea te­
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              cto, quod huc atque illuc portari poteſt, operiat. </s>
              <s id="N1D362">Id poſteriore parte duos ha­
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              beat pedes, ut pluuiæ, quas excepit, è decliui defluant in aream: ſequenti die
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              mane prunas batillo in carbones conijciat: quo modo maſſæ plumbeæ car­
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              bonibus ſubinde adiectis liqueſcunt. </s>
              <s id="N1D36B">Plumbum, quàm
                <expan abbr="primũ">primum</expan>
              id ipſum con
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              ceperit catinus, cochleari ferreo effundat in catillos æreos, qualibus ſecretor
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              uti ſolet. </s>
              <s id="N1D376">Quod ſi ſtatim refrigeratum non fuerit, tum
                <expan abbr="aquã">aquam</expan>
              affundat & mal­
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              leo cuſpidato, in ipſum infixo, extrahat: cuius mallei pars cuſpidata ſit, lon­
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              ga palmos tres: teres, digitos duos. </s>
              <s id="N1D381">Sed catillis aquam lutoſam illinire opor
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              tet, ut ex eis inuerſis, & mallei parte terete, quæ lata eſt, percuſſis panes
                <expan abbr="plũ­bei">plum­
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                bei</expan>
              facile excidant: qualis aqua ni catillis illinatur, periculum eſt, ne
                <expan abbr="plumbũ">plumbum</expan>
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              per colliquefactos penetret. </s>
              <s id="N1D392">Alij in ſiniſtram ſumunt lignum inferiore par­
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              te graue, coque catillum percutiunt: dextra uerò mallei aciem in panem plum
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              beum infigunt, atque ſic ipſum extrahunt. </s>
              <s id="N1D399">Mox operarius aliud plumbum in
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              catillos uacuos infundat: idque faciat, donec munus plumbi liquandi perfe­
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              cerit. </s>
              <s id="N1D3A0">Cùm autem plumbum liquatur, quiddam ſpumæ argenti ſimile naſci­
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              tur: nec mirum, cùm ea quondam Puteolis ex ſolo plumbo, in ſecundis for
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              nacibus acri igni cocto, facta ſit, & nunc fieri poſſit. </s>
              <s id="N1D3A7">Iſti porrò plumbei pa­
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              nes in conclaue plumbarium inuehantur.</s>
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              <s id="N1D3AE">F
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              A. S
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              axa in terra defeſſa
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              B. M
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              urus qui quartum mu­
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              rum longum ab iniuria ignis tuetur
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              C. C
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              atinus
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              D. M
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              aſſæ
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              plumbeæ
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              E. V
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              ehiculum
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              F. E
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              ius orbiculi
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              rus
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              igna
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              atilli
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              ochlear
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              alleus
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              anes
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              O.</s>
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