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

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              ni, & ad
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              tabella picta illius
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                <expan abbr="exprimẽs">exprimens</expan>
              affigi. </s>
              <s id="N1EEA5">Cuiuſque caſæ parietes,
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              uel ex terra fornacei ſunt, uel craticij craſſo luto illiti: quanque
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              lapidei aut
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              latericij fieri poſſunt: qui ſunt in lateribus alti plerunque ſunt pedes ſedecim:
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              itaque ſi
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              in
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              quatuor & uiginti aſſurgit, eos, qui in fron­
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              te & tergo exiſtunt, altos eſſe quadraginta pedes oportet: ut etiam interio­
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              rem parietem intermedium. </s>
              <s id="N1EEC2">Tectum autem conſtat ex tabulis longis pedes
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              quatuor, latis unum, craſſis digitos duos: ad quas inferius, qua longis & an­
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              guſtis aſſerculis, ad tigna in imo diuaricata, & in ſummo coniuncta affixis,
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              imponuntur, ſtramina luto illita, & ad digiti craſſitudinem coagmentata ap
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              ponuntur: ſuperius uerò eis item ſtramina luto illita, & ad ſeſquipedis craſſi
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              tudinem coagmentata ſuperimponuntur: ut caſæ ab incendio
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              non
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              ſit, & ab imbribus tuta eſſe, atque calorem ad maſſas ſalis ſiccandas
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              continere poſſit. </s>
              <s id="N1EEDB">Quæque autem caſa in tres partes eſt diſtributa: in quarum
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              prima ligna uel ſtramina collocantur: in media, inter quam & primam pari­
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              es
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              exiſtit, focus eſt, ſuper quem imponitur cortina: ad cuius
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              eſt cupa, in quam ſalſa, in caſam à baiulis aſportata, infunditur: ad ſiniſtram
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              ſcamnum, in quo ſalis maſſæ plus minus triginta
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              . </s>
              <s id="N1EEF2">Sed triplo ple­
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              runque plures in poſtrema caſæ parte: quæ, ex luto & cinere facta, octo pedi­
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              bus altior eſt quàm ſolum: quam altitudinem
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              ſcamnum habet: nam ma
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              giſter & miniſtri, cùm ſalis maſſas de cortina deportant, ex illa in hoc eunt. </s>
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              In eam uerò ad cortinæ dextram aſcendunt, non gradibus, ſed terra cliuuli
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              inſtar aggerata. </s>
              <s id="N1EF05">In ſummo poſtremi parietis ſunt duæ feneſtellæ, & tertia i­
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              bidem in tecto, per quas fumus eluctatur: eum tam poſteriore quàm priore
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              foci parte emiſſum excipit operculum: ſub quo progreſſus ad feneſtellas a­
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              ſcendit. </s>
              <s id="N1EF0E">Hoc operculum conſtat ex aſſeribus, quorum aliud alio paululum
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              eſt impoſitum: eos autem duæ trabes paruæ ſuſtinent: quas trabes caſæ: in­
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              termedius paries è regione foci
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              habet patentem, altam pedes octo, la
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              tam quatuor: per quam lenis aura, quæ fumum in poſtremam partem agat,
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              inſpiratur. </s>
              <s id="N1EF1D">Eiuſdem altitudinis et latitudinis ianuam habet primus paries in
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              altero latere: utraque igitur tanta eſt, ut per eam ligna uel ſtramina, atque ſalſæ
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              importari, ſalis maſſæ exportari poſſint. </s>
              <s id="N1EF24">Sed hæc, cum uentus flauerit, ne co
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              ctioni
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              ſit,
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              eſt: quinetiam in primi iſtius parietis fene­
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              ſtras uitrea ſpecularia ſunt impoſita, ut
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              excludant, lumen
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              .</s>
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              <s id="N1EF3D">C
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              aſæ
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              A. E
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              arum tabellæ pictæ
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              B. E
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              arundem,
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              P
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              rima pars
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              C.
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              M
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              edia
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              D. P
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              oſtrema
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              E. D
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              uæ feneſtellæ in poſtremo pariete
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              F. T
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              ertia feneſtella in tecto
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              G. P
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              uteus
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              H. A
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              lterius generis
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              puteus
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              I. M
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              odulus
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              K. P
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              ertica
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              L. B
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              aiulorum furca in
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              quas defatigati perticam imponunt
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              M.</s>
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