|Archimedes De incidentibus aquae 1662, tr. Thomas Salusbury|
De Incidentibus Humido,
OR OF THE
NATATION OF BODIES VPON,
OR SVBMERSION IN,
OR OTHER LIQUIDS.
IN TWO BOOKS.
Translated from the Original Greek,
First into Latine, and afterwards into Italian, by NICOLO
TARTAGLIA, and by him familiarly demon
strated by way of Dialogue, with Richard Wentworth,
a Noble English Gentleman, and his Friend.
Together with the Learned Commentaries of Federico
Commandino, who hath Restored such of the Demonstrations
as, thorow the Injury of Time, were obliterated.
Now compared with the ORIGINAL, and Englished
By THOMAS SALVSBVRY, Esque
LONDON, Printed by W. Leybourn, 1662.