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Re: VMs: michiton oladabas explained
I would also ask why each grouping separated by + is structured thusly:
_AS + _AS + _AS
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From: "GC" <glenclaston@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, April 20, 2003 1:48 PM
Subject: RE: VMs: michiton oladabas explained
> Just one of those historical artifacts that needs to be studied
> in-depth is this "marginalia" thing.
> My copy of Banke's Herbal (1526) from the British Library also has
> marginalia on the title page, and this is also divided by the
> "plus" sign.
> It says (in jittery hand) FAS + MEAS + LAAS. Not only do we have
> the plus sign divisions here, the seemingly indecipherable words,
> but the "S" ending that is so common on folio 116v of the VMS.
> Any ideas on why two different manuscripts would have these "plus
> divided" words, and what they were for? This writing is clearly
> not in the same hand of the VMS.
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