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|The abbreviations are mostly standard Latin types. Note that while the word et is not abbreviated, the Tironian et is used as part of the abbreviation for etcetera. To find the abbreviations in the other text block, go to the text section and check it against the transcript.|
|The Politics and Economics of Aristotle, from a 1451 copy of a Latin translation (from a private collection). Images from The New Palaeographical Society, 1907.|
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