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SwanC

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Monday, March 11th 2019, 9:29pm

Help with 2 Latin words

I've shortened the previous request, I only need 2 words:

1. structurariorum
2. nove

They are from this context:

Othonis de Zywan, structurariorum nomine2 ecclesie Marie virginis antedicte
Otto von Schwan, structurariorum name2 church of the virgin Mary aforesaid

2 Vorlage: nove.
2 Template: nove.

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Christiana Swan

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Sunday, March 17th 2019, 10:00pm

We have learned: No transkription without a picture (scan etc.) :!:

For example, I am sure there is written "ecclesiae" - and not "2", but perhaps "S." :rolleyes:
Viele Grüße
h :) nry

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Saturday, March 23rd 2019, 5:52pm

Picture added

See below
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Saturday, March 23rd 2019, 7:34pm

Hi Christiana,
http://ducange.enc.sorbonne.fr/STRUCTUARIUS
Here's an explanation of the word structu[r]arius, and I understand he is a person entrusted with managing/looking after buildings/edifices.
The word "nove" is just a faulty version of what is really meant to read "nomine" ( as I think, caused by the abbreviation noie for nomine).
And, by the way, ecclesie (in medieval Latin) is identical with ecclesiae (in classical Latin).
Hope this helps a bit.
MfG, J. Steffen

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Monday, March 25th 2019, 3:40pm

Thank you