Stagnum


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STAGNUM, estates. A pool. It is said to consist of land and water, and therefore by the name of stagnum, the water and the land may be passed. Co. Litt. 5.

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John's Apocalypse ("et Diabolus, qui seducebat eos, missus est in stagnum ignis, et sulphuris, ubi et bestia, et pseudopropheta cruciabuntur die ac nocte in saecula saeculorum", 20, 10), (50) as a wild sea of fire engulfing the souls of the damned.
VI, 203: <<primam vocari Ombriom nullis aedificiorum vestigis: habere in montibus stagnum, arbores similes ferulae ex quibus aqua exprimatur, e nigris amara, ex candidioribus potui iucunda>>.
tin & lead), (alloys, slags and artificial stagnum (probably a silver-lead metallurgical alloy), electrum (a gold-silver products)--book 9 alloy)) - Mista et composita (mixtures and composites)--book 10 De ponderibus (weight measures) Treated by Agricola in his metrological works De mensuris (volume measures) (1533 and 1550).
Latine stagnum, piscina; es estanque pequeno donde recogen el agua para regar las huertas".
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