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What does Medieval .n. stand for?

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What does Medieval .n. stand for?

Postby autophile » Tue Aug 04, 2009 5:17 pm

Salvete,

What does .n. stand for in these sentences?

Est .n. haec scientia chaos infinitae altitudinis, q nemo perfecte comprehendere potest: quia quantumlibet in hac arte doctus & expertus fueris; semper tamen minus apprehendisti, quam illud est, quod nescis. Habet .n. haec profunda secretissimaeque ars eam proprietatem, ...


Valete,

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Re: What does Medieval .n. stand for?

Postby autophile » Tue Aug 04, 2009 8:26 pm

Never mind -- it seems to stand for enim.
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