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What does the Latin abbreviation "celⁱˢ" mean?

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What does the Latin abbreviation "celⁱˢ" mean?

Postby Alan Aversa » Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:25 pm

What does this Latin abbreviation mean?:

celⁱˢ

Context: I'm trying to translate:
original Latin wrote:…ex qua absque ulla ulteriore suppositione leges illæ notissimæ a celⁱˢ Ampère, Neumann, Weber, conditæ sua sponte emanabunt.

Is this a correct translation?:
translation wrote:…from which (without any further supposition) those well-founded laws of Ampère, Neumann, Weber, on their own foundations, spontaneously emanate.


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Re: What does the Latin abbreviation "celⁱˢ" mean?

Postby anphph » Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:18 am

My guess is celebrandis. But it's but a guess.
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Re: What does the Latin abbreviation "celⁱˢ" mean?

Postby Alan Aversa » Sat Mar 29, 2014 1:29 am

MiguelM wrote:My guess is celebrandis. But it's but a guess.
Nice guess, thank you :D
That seems to fit the context very well.
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