Agricola, Georg, De re metallica Libri XII, Quibus Officia, Instrumenta, Machinae, ac omnia ..., 1556
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              <s id="N18CEC">Sed panes ex lapide fiſſili æroſo excocto confecti, primo proijciuntur in
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              terram ut diſrumpantur, deinde faſcibus uirgultorum ſubiectis imponun­
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              tur fornacibus: tum his accenſis
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              ſepties, raro nouies: quod
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              dum fit, ſi fuerint bituminoſi, tunc etiam bitumen ardet & redolet. </s>
              <s id="N18CFD">Hæ for­
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              naces ſtructuram habent ſimilem ſtructuræ fornacum, in quibus uenæ ex­
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              coquuntur, niſi quod ex priore parte pateant: altæ uerò ſunt pedes ſex: la­
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              tæ, quatuor: quod genus fornaces tres uni, in qua conflantur panes, ſuffici­
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              unt. </s>
              <s id="N18D08">Primo autem in prima fornace cremantur: deinde cùm refrigerati fue­
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              rint, translati in
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              rurſus cremantur: tum deportantur in tertiam: po
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              ſtea reportantur in primam: conſeruaturque is ordo uſque dum ſepties uel no
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              uies crementur.</s>
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              <s id="N18D17">P
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              anes
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              A. F
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              aſces uirgultorum
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              B. F
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              oruaces
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              C.</s>
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