secundo scotiaeque tricesimo septimo

Terry S.

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Oculos bonos habes, o domina!
 

Terry S.

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It could be "and of/to/for Scotland", but it depends on the age of the document. Scotia was also used to refer to Ireland or the north east portion of it in the early mediaeval period.
 

Mafalda

Civis Illustris
It could be "and of/to/for Scotland", but it depends on the age of the document. Scotia was also used to refer to Ireland or the north east portion of it in the early mediaeval period.
It says Iacobi above there, it should be something like the year of James's reign being the second in England and the thirty seventh in Scotland.
 

Terry S.

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James VII of Scotland was James II of England. Don't know what the thirty is about.
 
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