Full text: Vitruvius: Gvlielmi Philandri Castilionii ... In decem libros M. Vitruuii Pollionis de architectura annotationes

GVL. PHIL. ANNOT. circunflexu teguntur cuncta, à perfecta abſoluta elegan
tia ita adpellatus vt Græcis {κό}{σμ}ος, alio nomine cœlum
dicitur, à cœlando, deſcripto circulo qui ſignifer vocatur in
duodecim animalium effigies. Auct. est Plin. lib. ſecundo. cap. 4. aliis placet à concauitate dictum, nam {κο}ι{λὸ}ν
id est quod concauũ. Id Laertius Diogenes ait eſſe Sphæ
ram volubilẽ & immenſum tectum. Mercurius Triſme-
gistus in Pimandro. Alcinous lib. de doctrina Platonis,
Iamblichus lib. de mysteriis, & Syneſius lib. de ſomniis
tradunt Mundũ eſſe animal. ID VOLVITVR
CONTINENTER CIRCVM TER-
RAM. Vnde & æther vocatus est ab æterno & irre-
quieto ambitu quaſi ᾀ{εὶ}θέων, ideſt ſemper currens, qua
in ſententia video fuiſſe Ariſtotelem Alii {ᾀτ\‘ρ} {τοῦ} ᾀ{εὶ}
{θέ}ρ{ει}ν Ἤ {το}ι {θε}ρ{μαί}ν{ει}ν, ideſt à ſemper calefaciendo. PER AXIS CARDINES EXTRE-
MOS. ᾌξων {κό}{σμ}ου inquit Proclus ἐ{στὶ}ν ἡ {δι}ά-
με{τρ}ος {πε}{ρὶ}ἣν {στρ}έφε{ται}, Axis mundi eſt dime-
tiens circum quem verſatur. Lucanus lib. 1.

Ætheris immenſi partem ſi preſſeris vnam,
Sentiet axis onus, & c. Et Prudentius.

Etſciſſus axis cardinem mundi ruentis ſoluerit, & c. ALTERVM TRANS CONTRA
SVB TERRA. Duriuſculum loquendi genus. IBIQVE CIRCVM EORVM CAR-
DINVM ORBICVLOS. Scribo circum eos
cardines. Quod Sulpitianus codex agnoſcit, vt ſitſenſus. Perfecit circum axis cardines, idest extremas partes, & veluti cnodaces, orbiculos, qui a Cræcis {πό}{λο}ι vocan-

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