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

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              ſus erodit
                <expan abbr="aluũ">aluum</expan>
              . </s>
              <s id="N217E1">In eo maior erat peſtis, quàm ut uno eſſet eius hoſte natura
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                <expan abbr="cõtenta">contenta</expan>
              . </s>
              <s id="N217E9">Itaque & delphini immeantes Nilo, quorum dorſo,
                <expan abbr="tanquã">tanquam</expan>
              ad hunc
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              uſum, cultellata ineſt pinna, abigentes eos præda, ac uelut in ſuo tantum am
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              ne regnantes, alio quin impares uiribus ipſi, aſtu interimunt: in uentre mol­
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              lis eſt, tenuisque cutis crocodilo, ideo ſe ut territi immergunt delphini, ſube­
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              untesque aluum illa ſecant ſpina. </s>
              <s id="N217F8">Quin & gens hominum eſt huic belluæ ad­
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              uerſa in ipſo Nilo, Tentyritæ ab inſula in qua habitat appellata. </s>
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                <expan abbr="Mẽſura">Menſura</expan>
              eo­
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              rum parua, ſed præſentia animi in hoc
                <expan abbr="tantũ">tantum</expan>
              uſu mira. </s>
              <s id="N21809">Terribilis hæc contra
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              fugaces bellua eſt, fugax contra inſequentes: ſed aduerſum ire ſoli hi
                <expan abbr="audẽt">audent</expan>
              :
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                <expan abbr="quinetiã">quinetiam</expan>
              flumini innatant, dorſoque
                <expan abbr="equitantiũ">equitantium</expan>
              modo impoſiti, hiantibus re­
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              ſupino capite ad morſum, addita in os claua, dextra ac læua tenentes extre­
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              ma eius utrinque, ut frenis in
                <expan abbr="terrã">terram</expan>
              agunt captiuos. </s>
              <s id="N21823">Ac uoce
                <expan abbr="etiã">etiam</expan>
              ſola territos
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              cogunt euomere recentia corpora ad ſepulturam: itaque ei uni inſulæ croco­
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              dili non adnatant, olfactuque eius generis hominum, ut
                <expan abbr="Pſyllorũ">Pſyllorum</expan>
                <expan abbr="ſerpẽtes">ſerpentes</expan>
              , fu­
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              gantur: hebetes oculos hoc animal dicitur habere in aqua, extra acerrimi ui­
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              ſus. </s>
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                <expan abbr="Quidã">Quidam</expan>
              hoc
                <expan abbr="unũ">unum</expan>
                <expan abbr="quãdiu">quandiu</expan>
              uiuat, creſcere
                <expan abbr="arbitrãtur">arbitrantur</expan>
              : uiuit
                <expan abbr="aũt">aut</expan>
                <expan abbr="lõgo">longo</expan>
                <expan abbr="tẽpore">tempore</expan>
              .</s>
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              <s id="N2185A">Latent
                <expan abbr="etiã">etiam</expan>
              hybernis menſibus in terra ranæ omnes, exceptis temporarijs
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              iſtis minimis, quæ pallent in cæſio, & reptant in uijs & litoribus. </s>
              <s id="N21863">Hæ enim,
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              quia non ex ſemine, quod effundunt mas & fœmina, cum complexu ue­
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              ne reo
                <expan abbr="iungũtur">iunguntur</expan>
              , ſed ex puluere æſtiuis imbribus madefacto oriri uidentur,
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              diu in uita eſſe non poſſunt. </s>
              <s id="N21870">Itaque conditur uiridis illa parua,
                <expan abbr="quã">quam</expan>
              Græci &
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                <foreign lang="el">kalami/thn</foreign>
              uocant, quòd in arundinetis agere conſueuerit:
                <expan abbr="quanquã">quanquam</expan>
                <expan abbr="etiã">etiam</expan>
              ar­
                <lb/>
              bores ſcandit, atque in herbis uiuit: &
                <foreign lang="el">bre/c(anta</foreign>
              , quòd ſono ſui generis pluui­
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              as futuras prænunciet. </s>
              <s id="N2188C">Nec enim, ut Plinius à nobis diſſentiat, eſt muta & ſi
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              ne uoce. </s>
              <s id="N21891">Verno tempore ſæpenumero uidetur ex terra eminere media, me­
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              dia adhuc in ea latere. </s>
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                <expan abbr="Condũtur">Conduntur</expan>
              uirides ranæ, quæ uerſantur in fluuijs atque
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              piſcinis, & hæ quidem uocales & edules ſunt. </s>
              <s id="N2189E">Conduntur ſubliuidæ & ſub
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              cinereæ, quæ item in fluuijs, lacubus, paludibus, lacunis uiuunt: hæ partim
                <lb/>
              uocales & edules ſunt, partim mutæ & non eduntur: quas hybernis menſi­
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              bus in terra latere argumento eſt, quòd uerno tempore non tantum
                <expan abbr="earũ">earum</expan>
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              tus conſpiciantur in lacunis, ſed ipſæ ueteres etiam ranæ. </s>
              <s id="N218AD">Quare uerum non
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              eſt quod ſcribit Plinius: mirumque ſemeſtri uita reſoluuntur in limum nullo
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              cernente, & rurſus uernis aquis renaſcuntur, quæ fuere natæ: perinde occul
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              ta ratione, cum omnibus annis id eueniat: fœtus
                <expan abbr="aũt">aut</expan>
              earum ſunt primo car­
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              nes paruæ, rotundæ, nigræ, dein oculis tantum & cauda inſignes: quas Ni­
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              cander, quia caudam mouent,
                <foreign lang="el">molsuei/das</foreign>
              , Aratus quia rotundæ,
                <foreign lang="el">guei/nous</foreign>
              , alij
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              Græci
                <foreign lang="el">batraxi/das</foreign>
              , quaſi dicas, ranunculos, nominant: quorum poſtea figu
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              rantur pedes, priores ex pectore, in poſteriores finditur cauda. </s>
              <s id="N218CE">Conduntur
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              præterea ranæ pallidæ in hortis agentes, quæ
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                <expan abbr="comedũtur">comeduntur</expan>
              , & mutæ ſunt.
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              </s>
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                <expan abbr="Cõditur">Conditur</expan>
              denique rana rubeta, quæ ex rubis, ſub uepribus enim uerſari ſolet,
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              nomen inuenit: eam Poeta bufonem, Græci
                <foreign lang="el">fru/non</foreign>
                <expan abbr="uocãt">uocant</expan>
              . </s>
              <s id="N218EC">Duo eius genera,
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              altera terrena, quæ in domibus & uepribus agit: altera paluſtris, quæ ſui ge
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              neris uocem edit. </s>
              <s id="N218F3">Vtraque uenenata eſt, utraque, ſi bacillo ſæpius uerberetur,
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              inflato corpore uirus primò è clunibus exprimit longius, deinde ſudat: cui­
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              us ſudoris lactei guttæ admodum grauis & putidi ſunt odoris: ac cùm occi</s>
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