Benedetti, Giovanni Battista de, Io. Baptistae Benedicti ... Diversarvm specvlationvm mathematicarum, et physicarum liber : quarum seriem sequens pagina indicabit ; [annotated and critiqued by Guidobaldo Del Monte]

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                  quartis, iterum multiplicemus per .10. ſortem cum lucro vnius librę quod eſt .4. pro-
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                  ductum erit .40. differens à primo ſol .2. cum quarta parte, multiplicemus pariter
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                <head xml:id="echoid-head574" xml:space="preserve">DE DIGNITATIBVS PLANETARVM.</head>
                <head xml:id="echoid-head575" style="it" xml:space="preserve">Adriano Panetio.</head>
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                    <emph style="sc">QVod</emph>
                  eam diſtinctionem orbium, quæiam inualuit, nonteneas, ſed putes
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                  totum eſſe quoddam continuum excipiens corpora ſtellarum, nouum
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                  eſt, nam nonnulli ſolidæ doctrinæ Philoſophi idem cenſuerunt. </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4927" xml:space="preserve">Sed
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                  quod attinet ad dignitates planetarum in ſignis zodiaci, ſcias huiuſmo-
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                  di ordinem me compręhendere eſſe deſumptum ab ordine antiquo orbium
                    <reg norm="ipſorum" type="context">ipſorũ</reg>
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                  planetarum, quiquidem ordo erat, vt ſtatim poſt Lunam ſuccederet Sol, poſt So-
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                  lem Mercurius, tum Venus deinde Mars, poſtea Iupiter, & tandem Saturnus per
                    <lb/>
                    <reg norm="eoſdemque" type="simple">eoſdemq́;</reg>
                  orbes, retro redibant, atque hoc cognoſcitur conſtituendo Cancrum do
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                  micilium Lunæ, Leonem, Solis, Virginem, Mercurij, Libram, Veneris, Scorpio-
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                  nem, Martis, Sagittarium, Iouis, Capricornum, Saturni, Incipientes deinde ab
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                  Aquario, quiad nos propius accedit
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                  tribuentes Saturno, Piſces, Ioui,
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                  Arietem, Marti, Taurum, Veneri, & Gemellos, Mercurio, ſeptem Planetas cum
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                  duodecim ſignis zodiaci concordes reddebant.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4928" xml:space="preserve">Quod deinde Ariſtoteles in libris de ſenſu & ijs quæ ſenſibus percipiuntur, dicit
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                  pupillam oculi eſſe nigram, non ita ſe habet, nam idem eſt, ac ſi quis diceret
                    <reg norm="nigrum" type="context">nigrũ</reg>
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                  eſſe illud medium, quod permitteret tranſitum lumini per ſuam diaphaneitatem, nul
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                  lum lumen à ſeipſo reflectens, & etiam ac ſi quis diceret nigrum eſſe aerem alicuius
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                  cubiculi vndequaque clauſi tenebroſi.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4929" xml:space="preserve">Quod etiam idem Ariſtoteles volens adducere cauſam, cur oculus magis mate-
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                  riam aquæ, quam aeris participet, dicensidea ratione fieri, quod aqua magis quam
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                  aer ſeruari poſſit, eodem libro ſcribit, eſt reuera admirandum. </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4930" xml:space="preserve">Ibi enim clarè de-
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                  monſtrat ſe planè ignorare, & conſtructionem oculi, & cauſam diuerſitatis eorum
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                  humorum tam in ſubſtantia, quam in figura, quæ non aliunde dependet quam quod
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                  diuerſam refractionem radiorum luminoſorum producat, qui per pupillam ingre-
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                  diuntur, vt ad proprios
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                  deſtinatos locos dirigantur radij, vt à virtute viſiua per
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                  fectius ſen tiantur.</s>
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                <head xml:id="echoid-head576" style="it" xml:space="preserve">De ratione Frigiditatis locorum umbroſorum.</head>
                <head xml:id="echoid-head577" xml:space="preserve">AD EVNDEM.</head>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4931" xml:space="preserve">VEra ratio vnde fiat, vt quanto magis ſentitur calor in locis expoſitis Soli, tan-
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                  to minus ſentiatur in vmbra, vbi Solis radius non reflectitur, eſt quia cum ra
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                  refactus eſt aer à vehementi calore radij ſolaris, ſeipſum colligit, & condenſatur in
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                  locis, à quibus à calore, ratione rarefactionis, non expellitur, & quia naturaliter ca-
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                  lor ſequitur rarum, rarum calorem, & frigidum
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                  , &
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                  frigidum, vt vnicui
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                  que ſanę mentis patet, hanc ob cauſam ſequitur rem ita ſe habere vt diximus. </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4932" xml:space="preserve">Poſſu
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                  mus etiam abſque dubio credere huiuſmodi ratione fieri, vt frigus matutini tempo
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                  ris, in crepuſculo maius eſſe eo, quod noctu viguit. </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4933" xml:space="preserve">Nam materia conſiſtens in co-
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                  no vmbræ terræ, ſemper denſior eſt ea, quæ extra reperitur, imo noua materia con
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                  tinuo condenſatur, propter motum vmbrę, quæ ſemper corpori ſolari opponitur. </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4934" xml:space="preserve">hęc </s>
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