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|Abbreviations a very few in this text. Even the nomina sacra terms are not used. The main abbreviation is the Tironian et. The abbreviation for in, consisting of a small slash over i, seems to be an attempt to untangle a transcription error in the expression in neomenia.|
|Luttrell Psalter (British Library, add. ms. 42130, f.149r), c.1340. Images from The New Palaeographical Society, 1904.|
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